On This Day: On this day, Margaret Thatcher was elected as the first female Prime Minister of Britain, know the important events recorded in history on May 4

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Britain’s first female Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher

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Margaret Thatcher, the first female Prime Minister of not only Britain but the whole of Europe, is known as the Iron Lady in the world. She was elected the Prime Minister of Britain on May 4.

Like the rest of the year, May 4 has also registered its name in history due to many incidents. Margaret Thatcher, the first female Prime Minister of not only Britain but the whole of EuropeMargaret Thatcher) is known in the world as Iron Lady. He was sent to Britain only on the day of 4th May. Britain) was elected prime minister. Talking about some other incidents related to this day, the first edition of the London Daily Mail was published only on 4 May, and the Oscar award-winning Motion Pictures Arts Academy (Motion Pictures Arts Academy) was also established in America on May 4. The sequence details of other important events recorded on the date of May 4 in the history of the country are as follows-

1799: Tipu Sultan of Mysore dies in the battle of Srirangapatnam.

1854: India’s first postage stamp is formally issued.

1896: The first edition of the London Daily Mail is published.

1924: Eighth Olympic Games begin in Paris.

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1980: Announcement to celebrate this day as Coal Mines Day.

1927: Establishment of the Academy of Film Arts (Academy of Motion Picture Arts) in America, which started giving ‘Oscar’ awards.

1928: Hosni Mubarak, the President of Egypt for nearly three decades, was born.

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1959: Organized the first Grammy Awards.

1975: Charlie Chaplin, star of silent films like ‘The Kid’ and ‘Great Dictator’, is knighted at Buckingham Palace.

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

1980: Zimbabwe’s presidential leader, Robert Mugabe, wins a landslide victory in the election and becomes the first black president.

1983: China conducts a nuclear test.

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

2020: Death cases due to COVID-19 in the country increased to 1,389 and the total number of infection cases reached 42,836.

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