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On this day, Nov .25…………

1837 – The first U.S. patent for a silk figure power loom was issued to William Crompton. The figure or pattern of the cloth was made on a chain.

1867 – Alfred Nobel patents dynamite.

1922 – Archaeologist Howard Carter opened the first of two doorways to the tomb of King Tutankamun. In his diary, Carter recorded, “….These were disturbing elements as they pointed towards plundering.”

1948 – Cable television was invented by Leroy “Ed” Parsons of US.

1948 – National Cadet Corps was first established.

1975 – The first U.S. patent for a whole-body X-ray scanner was issued to Robert S. Ledley.

2009 – A Pakistan court charges seven suspects involved in the 2008 terrorist attacks in Mumbai.

2018 – EU leaders approve an agreement for Britain to leave the EU (Brexit).


2021 – India has more girls than boys for the first time in its history and its population boom is ending, according to new government survey.


1844 – Karl Friedrich Benz was a German mechanical engineer who designedand in 1885 built the world’s first practical automobile to be powered by an internal-combustion engine.

1879 – Sri Thanwardas Lilaram Vaswani, professor, saint poet, great orator and prolific writer. He was the founder of Mira Movement.

1929 – Surinder Kaur, songwriter.

1966 – Roopa Ganguli, actor.

1977 – Dilip Tirkey, sportsman.

1978 – Rakhi Sawant, actor.


1984 – Yashwantrao B. Chavhan, first Chief Minister of Maharashtra and former Deputy Prime Minister.

You may have known….

Dinosaurs lived on Earth for around 165 million years before they became extinct.

Good morning. Have a nice day.
                                                                                                                                  {Compiled by Lt. Gen. (R) Raj Kadyan}


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