4 June in Indian and World History
4 June in Indian and World History is celebrated, observed, and remembered for various reasons. 4 June is the birth anniversary of Bina Rai, Ashok Saraf, Anil Kumar Shastri, and Anil Dhirubhai Ambani.
4 June is also observed as the death anniversary of Achanta Lakshmipathy.
4 June in Indian history is celebrated as the birth anniversary of the following personalities:
Bina Rai (13 July 1932 – 6 December 2009) a famous Hindi film actress. His real name was ‘Krishna Sarin’. She was one of the finest actresses of the fifties. He started his film career in 1951 with the film ‘Kali Ghata’. After marriage, Bina Rai together with her husband Produced films like ‘Shagufa’ (1953), ‘Golconda Ka Qaidi’ (1954) and ‘Samundar’ (1957) under the banner of Films. Also, this pair of husband and wife also acted in these films. Apna Ghar Apni Kahani, made in 1968, was Bina Rai’s last released film, after which she broke away from the film industry and completely engrossed in the household. She was born on 13 July 1932 in Lucknow.
Ashok Saraf, an Indian film and stage actor and comedian. He has appeared in many Marathi language films and stage plays in lead roles and in Hindi language films and TV serials in supporting roles. Among his awards are five Filmfare Awards, a Maharashtra government award for Pandu Havaldar, a Screen Award for Sawai Havaldar, a Bhojpuri Film Award for Maika Bitua, ten state government awards for Marathi films, and Best Comedian for Maharashtracha Favorite Kon. He was born on 4 June 1947 in Bombay.
Anil Kumar Shastri, a senior leader of the Indian National Congress. He is known in the party for his outspokenness. At present, Anil Ji is a special invitee member of the All-India Congress Committee for the President of Congress Working Committee and Hindi Department. He was elected to the ninth Lok Sabha from Varanasi in 1989 and was a minister in the Ministry of Finance, Government of India. He was born on 4 June 1948 in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh.
Anil Dhirubhai Ambani, an Indian businessman. He was the chairman of Reliance Group, which was created in July 2006 following a demerger from Reliance Industries Limited. He was born on 4 June 1959.
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4 June in Indian history is observed as the death anniversary of the following personalities:
Achanta Lakshmipathy (3 March 1880 – 4 June 1962), a famous for the promotion of Ayurvedic medicines. He was a supporter of the establishment of a separate Andhra Pradesh state. The thoughts of the famous saint Ramana Maharishi had a great influence on him. He was born on 3 March 1880 in Andhra Pradesh.
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Notable events on 4 June in Indian and World history
4 June 1039 – Henry III became emperor of Rome.
4 June 1845 – The Mexican-American War began.
4 June 1944 – The American Army entered Rome during World War II.
4 June 1964 – Maldives framed the constitution.
4 June 2001 – Gyanendra Veer Bikram Shah took power in Nepal after the death of his brother and son.
4 June 2003 – Emilia Vega, an 18-year-old beauty from the Dominican Republic, became ‘Miss Universe’.
4 June 2005 – LK Advani described Mohammad Jinnah as a secular person in Karachi.
4 June 2006 – Montenegro, the former Republic of Yugoslavia, declared independence.
4 June 2008 – the Haryana government announced to extend the benefit of family pension to girls below the age of 25 years.
4 June 2008 – Barack Obama won the Democratic Party’s candidacy for US President, overtaking New York Senator Hillary Clinton.
4 June 2011 – Senior Al Qaeda commander Ilyas Kashmiri was killed in a US drone strike in the tribal area of Waziristan (Pakistan).
4 June 2011 – 24 people were killed in bomb attacks on a mosque and a hospital in central Iraq.
4 June – International Day of Innocent Children Victims of Aggression
United Nations (UN) International Day of Innocent Children Victims of Aggression is observed every year on 4 June to raise awareness about the children who suffer a great deal throughout the world and are victims of physical, mental, and emotional abuse. UN affirms its commitment to protecting children’s rights on this day.