1930: In the European country of Belgium, a law was made for the wages of young children.
1935: The Government of India Act 1935 was approved by the British Monarchy.
1954: The Government of Pakistan agreed to adopt the song written by Hafiz Jalandhar as the national anthem.
1956: The country’s first nuclear research reactor Apsara was started.
1967: The construction of Nagarjuna Sagar, the world’s longest masonry dam, was completed.
1997: Mohd. Khatami was sworn in as the new President of Iran.
2002: The 17th Commonwealth Games were held in Manchester, England.
2004: NASA named the Altix supercomputer KC us Kalpana Chawla.
2007: The American spacecraft to explore marks was launched.
2008: Navratna’s status was accorded to the Shipping Corruption of India by the government.
2014: Hamas and Israel agreed on a 72-hour ceasefire.
2018: Chief justice of Uttarakhand K. M. Joseph, Chief Justice of Madras India Banerjee, and Chief Justice of Odisha Vineet Saran was appointed supreme court judges.
2020: In Himachal Pradesh, the Union Education Minister Ramesh Pukhriyal Nishank laid the foundation stone of the Indian Institute of Management (IIM) at Dhaula Kuan in the Sirmaur district.
2020: Pakistani pm Imran Khan released in the new political map that shows Junagadh, sir Creek and Manavadar in Gujarat its territory, along with Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh. The move was taken on the occasion of the first anniversary of the abortion of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir.
Borns On This Day in History 04 Aug
1522: Rana Udai Singh, the ruler of Mewar the father of Maharana Pratap, was born.
1730: Sadashivrao Bhau, a famous Maratha hero in Hindi history, was born.
1845: Feroze shah Mehta an Indian politician and the architect of the Bombay Municipal Communication (Chapter) was born.
Deaths On This Day in History 04 Aug
2006: Nandini Satpathy the first woman chief minister of Orissa and writer, died. Her birthday is celebrated as national daughters’ Day-Nandini diwas.