Monday, August 3, 2020

History Of 4 August | On This Day In World

History Of 4 August | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 4 August are as follows: -

1666: A maritime battle ensues between the Netherlands and England.

1870: Establishment of British Red Cross Society.

1886: Columbia adopted the constitution.

1914: Germany declares war against Belgium and Britain declares war against Germany.

1929: Birth of actor, singer, director Kishore Kumar.

1930: Legislation was enacted in Europe of Belgium for the wages of young children.

1935: Government of India Act 1935 got the approval of the British monarchy.

1954: The Government of Pakistan agreed to adopt the song written by Hafiz Jalandhari as the national anthem.

1956: The country's first nuclear research reactor Apsara started.

1964: The bodies of three civil rights activists missing in the US since June 21 were buried in the ground near an under-construction dam in Philadelphia.

1967: Construction of Nagarjunasagar, the world's longest masonry dam.

1997: Mo Khatami was sworn in as the new president of Iran.

2000: Queen Elizabeth of Britain celebrates her hundredth birthday. She is the first member of the royal family to cross the age of hundreds.

2002: The 17th Commonwealth Games ended in Manchester, England.

2004: NASA named Altix Supercomputer Casey as Kalpana Chavna.

2007: Launch of American spacecraft to search for Mars.

2008: Government conferred Navratna status to Shipping Corporation of India.

2014: Agree to ceasefire for 72 hours for Hamas and Israel.

2018: Chief Justice of Uttarakhand K. M. Joseph, Chief Justice of Madras Indira Banerjee and Chief Justice of Odisha Vineet Saran were appointed as judges of the Supreme Court.

2018: In Rajasthan, Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje started the first phase of the statewide Rajasthan Gaurav Yatra from Rajsamand district.

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