Today 7 April in History

Today 7 April in History

In History, many such incidents took place on 7th April, which became memorable. Among them, WHO’s establishment and cricket match-fixing revealed major.

1827 British chemist John Wacker started selling matches

1920 Pandit Ravi Shankar was born.

1939 Italy occupied Albania during World War II.

1940 Booker T. Washington became the first black American to appear on American postage stamps.

1942 Actor Jitendra was born.

1948 The United Nations Health Affairs Agency World Health Organization was established. That is why today is celebrated as World Health Day.

Internet born as a 1969 U.S. Army project

1978 US President Jimmy Carter bans the work of the development and production of controversial neutron bombs.

1999 Trade organization concludes a long-standing dispute over the trade of banana between the European Union and the United States, and in the United States the decision has been ruled out.

In 2000, Delhi Police had exposed the cricket match-fixing and betting racket of crores of rupees in Delhi.