On This Day in History: April 22

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What Happened On This Day in History 22 April

  1. 1906: The 10th Olympic games begin in Athens, Greece.
  2. 1915: During World war l, the German army used poisons cash for the first time.
  3. 1921: Netaji Subhash Chandra BOS resigned from the Indian Civilian service.
  4. 1931: Egypt and Iraq Sing a peace agreement.
  5. 1958: Admiral R D Katari become the first Indian chief of the Indian Navy.
  6. 1970: Earth Day is commemorated for the first time in the year 1970.
  7. 1983: The spacecraft T-8 returned to earth.
  8. 1991: Intel launches 486SX chip.
  9. 1917: Army inters the Japanese Embassy in Peru and the four-month-long siege.
  10. 2012: A 30-year-old female contestant dies suddenly during a London Marathon.
  11. 2016: More than 170 countries signed the Paris Treaty on Climate Change. It was implemented in November 2016.
  12. 2018: Soccer forward Mohammed Salah of Liverpool was awarded the professional football Association’s Player of the year award.
  13. 2020: Professional Ordinance approving new Epidemic Diseases act. 1987 by the Union Cabinet. This amendment ensured the safety of health workers and ended the volume against them. Following this Ordinance, a provision of resources meant of imprisonment 6 months to 7 years for a person who commits violence to health workers.
  14. 2020: Facebook announces rupees 43,474 crore investment in Reliance jio 4 9.99% stake. It become the largest foreign direct investment (FDI) in the technology sector. This movie this move will help in achieving the ambitious plan to make India digital.
  15. 2020: Iron’s Revolutionary Guard Crops announced in a statement that iron launched its first military satellite on 22 April. The satellite was named Noor and was launched from the central lizard in the morning.
  16. 2020: Adam Higginsbottom’s book “Midnight in Chernobyl: the untold story of the world’s Greatest Nuclear District” won the William E. Colby Award.
  17. 2020: World champion PV Sindhu was elected the brand ambassador under the badminton World Federation (BWF)’s”I AM Badminton”awareness is camping. The camping honors the players for their game.
  18. 2020: Central government reduced the subsidy on non-urea fertilizers. The decision was taken during a meeting of the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
On This Day in History

Famous Peoples Borns and Deaths

  1. 1870: Lenin, the father of the Russian Revolution was born.
  2. 1974: Indian writer Chetan Bhagat was born.

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