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You must have also heard the songs. One must have sent a voice message to someone. record voice. Listening to recorded voice sounds very simple today. All this was possible today. When the voice was first recorded and heard again.

When in 1877 Thomas Alva Edison created the world’s first phonograph. The voice could be recorded in this phonograph and could be heard later. But this discovery was not a pre-plan search, but an accidental search.

In fact, Edison, the inventor of the bulb, was searching for telegraphs and telephones. He was making a machine to send messages on paper tape and then send them via telegraph. During this time, he heard his own recorded voice again. Addison sang the nursery rhyme “Mary Had a Little Lamb” and recorded it and listened again. The phonograph itself later became known as Gramophone.

Indo-China war ended for a month
The war between India and China started on 20 October 1962. The armies of the two countries came face to face after claims of occupation of Indian territories by China. In a month-long war, China had fielded more than 80 thousand soldiers to fight about 11-12 thousand soldiers of India.

A month later on 20 November, China declared a ceasefire. Also agreed to withdraw from the disputed area. After this the war ended on 21 November 1962. In this war, 1 thousand 383 Indian soldiers were martyred on behalf of India. At the same time, 722 Chinese soldiers were killed.

This picture is from the time of the 1962 Indo-China war.  Due to the hilly terrain, the Indian Army had to face a lot of problems in carrying and carrying its weapons.  China also attacked suddenly at that time.  India was not even ready for war at that time.

This picture is from the time of the 1962 Indo-China war. Due to the hilly terrain, the Indian Army had to face a lot of problems in carrying and carrying its weapons. China also attacked suddenly at that time. India was not even ready for war at that time.

The role of this war came from a dispute about four months ago. Actually, the Indian Gorkha soldiers made a post on 4 July 1962 to reach the valley. The post cut off the communication network of Samangling’s One Chinese Post. Which China described as an attack on itself.

The Chinese troops then surrounded the Gorkha post at a distance of 100 yards. India had threatened China to evacuate it at any cost. After this, India continued food and military supplies via chopper at this post for four months. This infuriated China entered the Indian border at Tawang in Arunachal and Chushul in Jammu and Kashmir. After this the war started.

Nobel-winning great scientist CV Raman died on this day in 1970
On this day in 1970, the great scientist CV Raman died. He discovered ‘why the sky and the sea are blue in color’. This is called the Raman effect. He made this discovery on 28 February 1928. Hence National Science Day is celebrated every year on 28 February.

Important events of November 21 in India and the world are as follows:

  • 1571: The death of Delhi ruler Sikander Lodhi.
  • 1783: Two people flew to Paris for the first time in Hot Air Balloon. This balloon was made by Mont Golfer Brothers. However, there were two common French citizens traveling in it.
  • 1906: China banned opium business.
  • 1963: The first rocket named ‘Naik-Apache’ was released from Thumba in Kerala. With this, India’s space program started.
  • 1965: Russia (then the Soviet Union) conducted a nuclear test in eastern Kazakhstan.
  • 1996: The United Nations declared the day as World Television Day. Television was invented by Scottish engineer John Logie Baird.
  • 2017: Robert Mugabe, who ruled Zimbabwe for nearly 37 years, had to resign after impeachment proceedings began.

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