Historical Events of 27 April

Historical Events of 27 April

Historical Events Of Today



  • 1999 - Today announces the Ararianga a new prize for a Korean folk singer by UNESCO
  • 1999 - Signing extradition treaty between South Korea and Thailand on today.
  • 2005 - On this day, Airbus built world's largest airliner A-380 in Tuluz (Fras) took the first test flight.
  • 2008 - On this day, the Rajasthan Government has decided to set up Mobile Courts for disabled people at each district headquarter.
  • 2008 - Today, Pakistan has dismissed its Foreign Secretary Riaz Muhammad Khan and appointed Pakistan's Ambassador to China Salman Bashir as Foreign Secretary in place of him.
  • 2008- Today 55 people die in a fire factory in Morocco's factory factory in Morocco.
  • 2010 - Today the Unique Identification Authority of India introduces new brand name 'Aadhaar' and new logo to Unique Identification Number which is going to become a big proof of identity of citizens of India.


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Historical Events of 27 April


Today's Famous Birthdays


  • 1820 - Today, Herbert Spencer, renowned academician, philosopher and sociologist was born.
  • 1912 - Today, Zohra Sehgal - famous actress and theater artist was born.
  • 1920 - Today, the famous freedom fighter was born Manibhai Desai
  • 1947 - Today, Harish Rawat, the seventh Chief Minister of Uttarakhand was born.
  • 1949 - Today, P. Sathasivam - Judge of the Supreme Court of India was born.



Who Died Today in History


  • 1820 - Today, Herbert Spencer, renowned academician, philosopher and sociologist was born.
  • 1912 - Today, Zohra Sehgal - famous actress and theater artist was born.
  • 1920 - Today, the famous freedom fighter was born Manibhai Desai
  • 1947 - Today, Harish Rawat, the seventh Chief Minister of Uttarakhand was born.
  • 1949 - Today, P. Sathasivam - Judge of the Supreme Court of India was born.

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