1670 – After the order of Leopold I came out to bring Jews out of Stria.
1879 – Artificial sweetener Sacrine was discovered by Russian chemist Constantine Fallberg. During the research on the materials of coal wire, the sweetness of any substance remained in their hands. He called this substance ‘sacharin’. This was the first artificial sweeteners to become commercially available.
1880 – Thomas Alva Edison patented the electric bulb.
1921 – International Working Union of Socialist Party was formed in Vienna.
1931 – Revolutionary and freedom fighter Chandrashekhar Azad shot himself to avoid arrest in an encounter with British police in Alfred Park, Allahabad.
1932 – 38 people died in an explosion in a coal mine in Bossein, Virginia in the US.
1932 – British physicist James Chadwick discovered neutron. In the molecule, protons and neutrons together form the nucleus of the molecule. The electrons revolve around this nucleus. After this discovery, it was possible to separate the nucleus of the molecule, which led to the way to make nuclear bombs.
1951 – Under the 22nd amendment to the American Constitution, two terms are limited to the President.
1956 – Women got the right to vote for women in Egypt.
1965 – France conducted underground nuclear tests in Acre Algeria.
1974 – President V. V. Giri dedicates the Nehru Memorial Museum to the nation, located three statues of New Delhi.
1974 – U.S. weekly magazine ‘People’ started selling.
1982 – Abul Fattal Mohammed Ahsanuddin Chowdhury is appointed the President of Bangladesh.
1988 – The helicopter post service was inaugurated for the first time.
1995 – A car bomb exploded in Jakhoe, northern Iraq, killing about 54 people.
1999 – Elections for civilian rule in Nigeria were held.
2001 – The order of the Taliban to destroy all the idols in Afghanistan
2002- A crowd of Sabarmati train near Godhra Railway Station set fire to the crowd that killed 59 people. Due to these deaths, communal violence spread in Gujarat.
2004 – In the Philippines, a terrorist shot a boat with a bomb, killing 116 people.
2005 – Maria Sharapova won the title ‘Qatar Open’.
2007 – Lansana Coyte becomes New Prime Minister of Guyana.
2008 – For the seventh consecutive year, 25 women have been given ‘significant contribution’ in different areas. R-8 honors’
2008 – Government of Pakistan withdraws all allegations against corruption against Asif Ali Zardari
2009 – Former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee entrusted his party’s senior party leader Lal G Tandon to the Lok Sabha seat.
2010 – India secured first place in the eighth Commonwealth Shooting Championship, winning 35 gold, 25 silver and 14 bronze with a total of 74 medals. England finished third, winning 31 medals, including four gold, and Wales with 13 gold medals, including four gold. Australia secured fourth place after winning 19 medals, including three golds.
2012 – India will be the world’s third largest economy by 2030, but its energy demand will drop to 4.5 percent. BP estimates the energy company’s global company BP
2013 – 20 people died in a market fire in West Bengal’s Kolkata.
Born on 27th February
1882 – Vijay Singh Pathik – was the famous freedom fighter of Rajasthan.
Death on 27th February
1931 – Chandrasekhar Azad, famous freedom fighter.
1956 – Ganesh Vasudev Mavalankar – was the first freedom fighter and the first president of the Lok Sabha.
1976 – K. C. Reddy – the first Chief Minister of Karnataka and the former Governor of Madhya Pradesh
1997 – Indivar – Famous Indian songwriter of Hindi films
2010 – Nanaji Deshmukh – A strong column of ‘Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh’ and a renowned social worker
Important Events and Festivals of February 27
Amar Shahid Shri Chandra Shekhar Azad Shahidi Din.