Monday, May 3, 2021

History Of 4 May | On This Day In World

History Of 4 May | On This Day In World


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

1767: Renowned poet and musician of Carnatic music Tyagaraja was born.

1799: Tipu Sultan of Mysore died in the battle of Srirangapatna.

1896: First edition of London Daily Mail is published.

1897: Fire in Paris market in France killed about 200 people.

1902: The first Chief Minister of Karnataka and former Governor of Madhya Pradesh K.C. Reddy was born.

1905: Anna Chandy, the first woman judge of India, was born.

1922: Eugenie Clark, an American marine biologist known as the 'Shark Lady', was born.

1924: The 8th Olympic Games begin in Paris.

1945: The German army surrenders in the Netherlands, Denmark and Norway.

1959: First Grammy Award held.

1975: Charlie Chaplin, the star of silent films such as 'The Kid' and 'Great Dictator', was knighted at Buckingham Palace.

1979: Margaret Thatcher was elected Prime Minister of Britain. She was the first woman in Europe to hold this position.

1980: Coal Miners Day was announced.

1980: Zimbabwean leader Robert Mugabe won a landslide election and became the first black president.

1983: China conducts nuclear tests.

1989: American spacecraft STS-30 launched.

2006: Nepal's Maoist rebels agree to participate in peace talks with the country's new government.

2008: Renowned tabla player Pandit Kishan Maharaj passed away.

2020: World leaders pledge $ 8 billion for research treatment and a vaccine for COVID-19, in which the US and Russia were not participating.

2020: Union Minister for Rural Development, Panchayati Raj, Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Narendra Singh Tomar launched "The Saras Collection" on the Government e-Marketplace (GeM) portal at Krishi Bhavan, New Delhi.

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