What happened in history on 15 April by business Culture World Art history tragedies

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Posted on 15-04-2021 by Admin


What happened in history on 15 April by business Culture World Art history tragedies

 A series of other important events recorded on the date of April 15 in the history of the country of the country are as follows

2019: A fire broke out in the Notre-Dame Cathedral, the historic cathedral of Paris, the capital of France. It was declared a global heritage by UNESCO in 1991.

2004: French President Jack Chirac signed a law banning the wearing of any kind of religious insignia in government schools.

1994: India signed the General Agreement of Trade and Tariff ie GATT with 124 other countries.

1981: Boeing 720 aircraft abducted by Pakistan Airways were rescued two weeks later from Syria. To free 147 people aboard, the Government of Pakistan had to release 54 people jailed.

1980: 6 non-government banks were nationalized in India.

1976: India announces sending its envoy to Beijing for the first time in 15 years.

1948: Establishment of Himachal Pradesh.

1940: Birth of India s famous Sarangi player and classical singer Sultan Khan.

1923: Insulin became available in the market for people suffering from diabetes.

1689: France declares war against Spain.

1563: Birth of Guru Arjan Dev, the fifth Guru of the Sikhs.

History of 15 April: Baba Nanak, the first Guru and the founder of the Sikh Panth, was born on this day. It took place on 15 April 1469 in Talwandi Rai Bhoi Ki (now in Pakistan), now called Nankana Sahib.

1469: Birth of Guru Nanak, the founder of Sikhism.

1658: Aurangzeb defeated King Jaswat Singh in the Battle of Dharmat. Singh was sent by Dara Shikoh and Shah Jahan to fight with Aurangzeb.

1689: France declares war against Spain.

1948: Establishment of Himachal Pradesh.

1976: India announces sending its envoy to Beijing for the first time in 15 years.

1980: Six non-government banks were nationalized. Earlier also some banks were nationalized in a similar manner.

1981: Boeing 720 aircraft abducted by Pakistan Airways were rescued in Syria after two weeks of efforts. To free this ship and 147 people aboard it, the Government of Pakistan had to release 54 people jailed.


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