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Indians know about juicy Mangoes from 3000 years

Mangoes

Indians have been biting into juicy mangoes for 3,000 years. But the western world came to know about it only 300 years ago! Read More »

World’s largest and most powerful earthquake

chilean earthquake

The World’s largest and most powerful earthquake ever recorded, rating 9.5 on the moment magnitude scale occurred on May 22, 1960 near Valdivia, in southern Chile. It is referred to as the “Great Chilean Earthquake” and the “1960 Valdivia Earthquake”. Its resulting tsunami affected southern Chile, Hawaii, Japan, the Philippines, eastern New Zealand, southeast Australia, and the Aleutian Islands in ... Read More »

Antonov An-225 – world’s longest airplane

Antonov An-225 world's longest airplane

On December 21, 1981 the world’s longest airplane made it’s maiden flight. The An-225, which is built by the Russian company Antonov, was manufactured to carry the Buran orbiter, Russia’s version of the Space Shuttle. The An-225 holds over 200 records, including the world’s longest airplane at 84 meters or 276 feet. It is powered by six turbofan engines and ... Read More »

History of telephone Call

bells first telephone

Bell System engineers achieved the first voice transmission across the Atlantic, connecting Virginia and Paris briefly in 1915. A year later, they held the first two-way conversation with a ship at sea, and in 1926. The first two-way conversation across the Atlantic. On January 7, 1927, commercial telephone service (using radio) began between New York and London. Over the next several years, service ... Read More »

The Boston Tea Party took place in 1773

The Boston tea party

“The Boston Tea Party” took place in 1773, that was an act of direct action protest by the American colonists against British Government in which they destroyed many crates of tea bricks belonging to the British East India Company on ships in Boston Harbor. Read More »

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