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4 November Special day in India
1918, 4th November: In World War I, Austria and Hungary surrendered to Italy.
1921, 4th November: Assassination of Japanese Prime Minister Hara Takashi in Tokyo.
1922, 4th November: Discovery of the main entrance to the famous pyramid of King Tutankhamen.
1948, 4th November: Dr. The incident committee headed by Babasaheb Ambedkar presented the draft constitution.
2001, 4th November: Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone premiered in London.
2008, 4th November: Barack Obama became the first black president of the United States.
4 November in Indian History – Famous Birthdays & Birth Anniversaries on November 4
1845: Vasudev Balwant Phadke, Indian revolutionary.
1871: Sharad Chandra Roy, Indian anthropologist.
1884: Jamnalal Bajaj, a famous Gandhian activist, freedom fighter, and founder of Bajaj Industries.
1884: Harry Ferguson, Irish-born British mechanic, inventor of the tractor.
1897: Janaki Ammal, Indian botanist.
1916: Ruth Handler, maker of the Barbie doll.
1929: Jaikishan Dahyabhai Panchal, Indian music composer.
1929: Shakuntala Devi, an Indian mathematician, astronomer, and a fast arithmetic Indian woman.
1930: Ranjit Roy Chaudhary, Indian pharmacologist and academic.
1950: Nig Powell, co-founder of the Virgin Group.
1955: Alhaj Maulana Ghosi Shah, Indian writer, poet, and scholar.
1971: Tabu, Indian actress.
1986: Suhas Gopinath, an Indian entrepreneur.
4 November in Indian History – Death Anniversaries of famous people on November 4
1918: Wilfred Owen, an English poet, and soldier.
1970: Pt. Shambhu Maharaj, Indian-Kathak dancer of Lucknow family.
1992: George Klein, maker of a motor-wheelchair.
1995: Yitzhak Rabin, Israel’s fifth prime minister, defense minister, and Nobel laureate.
1998: Nagarjuna, Indian-Hindi poet.
1999: Malcolm Denzil Marshall, West Indies cricketer.
2008: John Michael Crichton, an American author, and filmmaker.
2011: Norman Foster Ramsey Jr., an American physicist.