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On 14th November, The Detail of other Important events recorded in the history of the world.

The date of November 14 is recorded as the Birthday of Independent India's first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru. After his death, this day was celebrated as a children day.

Jawaharlal Nehru was born on November 14, 1889, in Allahabad in Uttar Pradesh, Jawaharlal Nehru was very attached to the children and the children used to call him "Chacha Nehru".

In India, till 1964, Child day was celebrated on 20th November, but after the death of Jawaharlal Nehru, it was decided to celebrate his birthday as a child day on November 14.

In many countries, one June is celebrated as Children's Day.

Some countries celebrate Children's Day on November 20, according to the UN declaration.

1922: British Broadcasting Corporation: BBC: Launched Radio Service in the UK.

1935: Shah Hussain was born in a leading role in the production of modern Jordan. He ruled Jordan from 1953 to 1999.

1948: The Birth of Prince Charles She is the eldest son of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip.

1969: Apollo-12 was launched, reaching the moon while crossing the infinite depths of the sky, with three space shutters.

1973: Queen Elizabeth, the only daughter of Queen Elizabeth, married the lieutenant Marc Phillips in the army. This was a great opportunity for any member of the royal family to marry a common urban one.

1991: US blames two Libyan officials for the terrorist attack and demanded to hand them over to the US.

2006: Foreign Secretaries of India and Pakistan agreed to develop a counter-terrorism mechanism during an important meeting in New Delhi.

2008: Moon Impact probe landed on the moon surface.


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