December 5, 2020
All of these people belong to highest ranks of their respective fields. All had won Nobel Prize, the best and most prestigious award on earth. But at a certain phase of their life all of them had to leave...
On 15 April 1912 at 2:00 am, the most famous passenger ship in the history ‘RMS Titanic’ sank into the North Atlantic Ocean, specifically 400 miles south of Canada’s Newfoundland. The giant ship was carrying around 2200 passengers and...
20 July 1969 is one of the greatest day not only in human history, but also of universe’s. For the first time, members of one planet reached to another. Centuries of dreams, decades of plans and years of efforts...
In 1939, during the initial days of World War II, scientists came to know that Hitler’s physicists had already discovered the process of splitting uranium atom. Albert Eintein and Enrico Fermi, who had to fled from Nazi Germany and...
Soon after the World War II ended, another psychological war emerged throughout the world. It was between the democratic countries led by United States and the communist nations by Soviet Union. Continued for several decades, named as the Cold...
The 16th and probably the most popular president of the United States of America, Abraham Lincoln was assassinated on the night of 14th April 1865. A racial confederate believer, John Wilkes Booth shot with and killed President Lincoln at...