Tuesday, April 6, 2021

History Of 7 April | On This Day In World

History Of 7 April | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 7 April are as follows: -

➧ 1818: The British Government introduced the Bengal State Prisoners Regulation Act, a law to deport and detain people without trial. This law remained in effect till the independence of the country.

➧ 1827: There was a time when matches were the need of every household. The sale of matches was started. It was started by John Walker, a British chemist.

➧ 1919: Baberian Soviet Republic is established.

➧ 1920: India's great sitarist Pandit Ravi Shankar was born.

➧ 1929: The first commercial flight arrived in India, when the London-Cairo service of Britain's Imperial Airways was extended to Karachi.

➧ 1935: Famous Indian scientist Shankar Abaji Bhise died.

➧ 1939: Italy is annexed by Albania in the Second World War.

➧ 1940: Black American booker T. Washington was printed for the first time on postage stamps in America.

➧ 1946: Syria's independence from France is approved.

➧ 1948: World Health Organization was established. In his memory, 7 April is celebrated every year as World Health Day.

➧ 1955: Winston Churchill resigns as Prime Minister of Britain.

➧ 1978: US President Jimmy Carter prohibits development of neutron bomb.

➧ 1969: A major revolution took place in the field of information technology in the world. Internet was born on this day.

➧ 1999: The World Trade Organization rules in favor of the United States in its long-running trade dispute with the European Union over bananas.

➧ 2000: A racket of match fixing and betting worth crores of rupees was uncovered in India.

➧ 2010: A special court in Patna sentenced 16 convicts to death and 10 to life imprisonment in the case of killing 58 Dalits in Laxmanpur and Bathe villages of Arwal district on 1 December 1997 in Bihar.

➧ 2011: Famous poet Janaki Vallabh Shastri passed away.

➧ 2012: Avalanche near Siachen Glacier capsizes 130 Pakistani army personnel.

➧ 2017: US President Donald Trump ordered a missile attack on Syrian airspace after a chemical weapons attack on Khan Shekhan.

➧ 2020: China overcame its lockdown of Wuhan after no new deaths occurred in the country, the city being at the center of the COVID-19 pandemic for 76 days.

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