5 years ago today, seven billionth baby was born. It is called the Day of Seven Billion. The day has been designated by the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) as the approximate day on which the world’s population reached seven billion people. It was said that there is no way that the U.N. or anyone […]Read More 31 Oct : Seven billionth baby was born today
“Father of the Indian nuclear programme” – Homi Jehangir Bhabha was born today in 1909. Bhabha was more into art and culture. He was a painter and a lover of classical music and opera. It all began with his doctorate in nuclear physics degree, to teaching physics and then convincing then Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru […]Read More 30 Oct : Father of the Indian nuclear programme was born
Today in 1969, the Advanced Research Projects Agency Network (ARPANET) was used to send information from one computer to another. ARPANET was the predecessor of Internet. It was an early packet switching network and the first network to implement the protocol suite TCP/IP. Both technologies became the technical foundation of the Internet. #Hindi 1969 में […]Read More 29 Oct : Foundation stone of today’s internet was laid
It was today in 1886 that France gifted it to America on the centenary of America’s independence. It is the “Statue of Liberty”. The message with this statue was “liberty enlightening the world’. It was made in Paris by the French sculptor Bartholdi, in collaboration with Gustave Eiffel, who also designed the Eiffel Tower, was […]Read More 28 Oct : Symbol of friendship or an icon of freedom ?
Every now and then we come to know about the ongoing crisis in Jammu and Kashmir. Although its official that Jammu and Kashmir are integral part of India, there has been a tussle between India and neighbouring country Pakistan over its ownership. The dispute continues since a referendum was conducted after independence, to determine status […]Read More 26 Oct : How Jammu and Kashmir became a part of India ?
Today in 1962, it was the beginning of Nelson Mandela’s twenty-seven years in South African prisons. He was initially sentenced to five years imprisonment for inciting African workers to strike and for leaving the country without valid travel documents. In less than a year, even more serious charges we imposed on him under the Sabotage […]Read More 25 Oct : The man who died fighting for apartheid
The United Nations officially came into existence on 24 October 1945. It is currently made up of 193 Member States. In 1945, nations were in ruins. World War II was over, and the World wanted peace. 51 countries gathered and signed a document. The document was a Charter, creating a new organisation, the United Nations. […]Read More 24 Oct : United Nations was born today
The era of iPod is over. But just like any other Apple product, iPods were a revolution. Launched today in 2001, iPods were a success soon after the launch. Liked by every music lover, iPods offered ‘1000 songs in your pocket’, which was just like a dream come true. The first iPod was simply named […]Read More 23 Oct : The Walkman of the 21st century launched
Moon has been associated to be like your beloved face or kids uncle, but either way have you ever thought of how the moon actually looks like ? Why it looks white from the earth ? Are there really some stigma on the moon ? These questions were not the reason to explore the moon […]Read More 22 Oct : First Indian mission to the moon Chandrayaan
With latest technology, you can switch on the bulb with the help of your phone. But there was a time when the bulb was lightened for the first time. Thomas Edison devised a workable electric light at his laboratory today in 1879. It took 14 months of testing with an incandescent electric light bulb that […]Read More 21 Oct : Bulb was ignited forever