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December 26, 2020

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  1. The first persons to reach Mount Everest: Sherpa Tenzing, Edmund Hillary
  2. The first person to reach North Pole: Robert Peary
  3. The first person to reach the South Pole: Amundsen
  4. The first religion of the world: Hinduism
  5. The first country to print book: China
  6. The first country to issue paper currency: China
  7. The first country to commence a competitive examination in civil services: China
  8. The first President of the U.S.A: George Washington
  9. The first Prime Minister of Britain: Robert Walpole
  10. The first Governor-General of the United Nations: Trigveli (Norway)
  11. The first country to prepare a constitution: U.S.A
  12. The first Governor-General of Pakistan: Mohd. Ali Jinnah
  13. The first country to host NAM summit: Belgrade (Yugoslavia)
  14. The first European to attack India: Alexander, The Great
  15. The first European to reach China: Marco Polo

  16. The first person to fly aeroplane: Wright Brothers
  17. The first person to sail around the world: Magellan
  18. The first country to send a man to the moon: U.S.A
  19. The first country to launch Artificial satellite in the space: Russia
  20. The first country to host the modern Olympics: Greece
  21. First human in space: Yuri Gagarin (Russia)
  22. The first city on which the atom bomb was dropped: Hiroshima (Japan)
  23. The first person to land on the moon: Neil Armstrong followed by Edwin E. Aldrin                                                                                          
  24. The first shuttle to go in space: Columbia
  25. The first spacecraft to reach on Mars: Viking-I

  26. The first woman Prime Minister of England: Margaret Thatcher
  27. The first Muslim female Prime Minister of a country: Benazir Bhutto (Pakistan)
  28. The first woman to climb Mount Everest: Mrs. Junko Tabei (Japan)
  29. The first woman cosmonaut of the world: Valentina Tereshkova (Russia)
  30. The first woman President of the U.N. General Assembly: Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit
  31. The first batsman to score three test century in three successive tests on debut: Muhammad Azharuddin
  32. The first man to have climbed Mount Everest twice: Nawang Gombu
  33. The first U.S. President to resign Presidency: Richard Nixon
  34. Chinese Traveller to India: Fahein
  35. Foreign Invader to India: Alexander the Great

  36. Person in Space: Yuri Gagarin
  37. The person on Moon: Neil Armstrong
  38. -The first woman to climb Mount Everest: JunkoTaibei
  39. The first European to visit China: Marco Polo
  40. Man to walk in Space: Alexei Leonov
  41. The first -woman Prime Minister of a country: Mrs. Srimavo Bhandarnaike
  42. The first woman President of a country: Maria Estela Peron
  43. The first -woman to Command a Space Mission Colonel: Eileen Collins (U.S.A.)
  44. First talkie movie in the world: “The jazzSinger” (1927).
  45. The first residents of International Space station: Bill Shepherd (USA), Yuri Gidzanko and SergeiKrikalev (Russia)
  46. The first blind man to scale Mt. Everest: Erik Weihenmayer (USA, May 25, 2001)
  47. The first Muslim woman to become the Secretary General of Amnesty International: lrine Zubeida Khan
  48. The first space astronaut to go into space seventimes till date: Jerry Ross (U.S.A.)
  49. The first South African to become the secondspace tourist: Mark Shuttleworth
  50. The first woman Prime Minister of South Korea: Ms. Chang Sang
  51. The first youngest grandmaster of the world inches: Sergey Karjakin (Ukraine)
  52. The first adventurer flying successfully across the English Channel without aircraft: Felix Baumgartner (July 2003)
  53. China‟s first man in space: Yang Liwei
  54. The first Muslim woman to receive Nobel Prize: Shirin Ebadi (Nobel Peace Prize 2003)
  55. The woman with the highest individual Test score making a new world record: Kiran Baloch (Pakistani cricketer, scoring 242 runs playing women‟s cricket test against WestIndies in Karachi in March, 2004)
  56. The first woman of the world to climb Mt.Everest four times: Lakpa Sherpa (Nepali)
  57. The first woman to cross seven important seas of the world by swimming: Bula Chaudhury (India)
  58. First Asian city to host Olympics: Tokyo, Japan (1964)
  59. First woman black tennis player to win a singlestitle at Wimbledon : A Gibson (1957)
  60. The first woman to win a Grand Slam: Maureen Catherine (1953)
  61. First woman to win an Olympic Gold Medal: Charlotte Cooper, UK, Tennis singles (1900)
  62. First professional woman bullfighter : Patricia Mccormick (1952)
  63. First man to fly solo non stop across the Atlantic: Charles Lindbergh (1927)
  64. First person to cross Antarctic Circle: James Cook (1773)
  65. First people to reach the North Pole: Lt Col. Joseph O. Fletcher and Lt. William P. Benedict (1952)
  66.  A First person to conquer the Everest twice: Nawang Gombu Sherpa(1965)
  67. First person with only one arm to climb the Everest: American Gary Guller (2003)
  68. The first woman to fly solo around the world: jerrie Fredritz Mock.(1964)
  69. First woman to fly solo across the English Channel: Hariiet Quimby
  70. First ascent of Everest without bottled oxygen: Peter Habeler (Austria) and Reinhold Messner, (Italy) (1978)
  71. The first woman to set foot on North Pole–Ann Bancroft, USA (1986) : Jointly developed by Sony and Philips (1978)
  72. First Atom Bomb : “Little Boy” dropped over Hiroshima by the US during the second world war (1945)
  73. First manned space vehicle : Vostok 1,USSR (1961)
  74. The first human to walk on the Moon : Neil Armstrong, Apollo 11(1969)
  75. The first human to walk in space : Alexei Arkhovich Leonov (1965)

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