Why is Japan not producing mobiles like China?

Galapagos Mobile

Japan was one of the earliest developers of mobile phones and started the world first internet access services called “i-Mode”. Refer to Wiki for details; i-mode - Wikipedia It became very popular in Japan and became a national standard, while in other part of the world, it was way too advanced and Japan failed to make it a global standard.

Yet i-Mode was so popular, further domestic development continued to win the domestic competition and made the Japanese mobile market far different from any other countries. It was then called as Galapagos Mobile because of its pretty unique evolution just like those uniquely evolved creatures in Galapagos islands.

Soon after an iPhone was released, many Japanese jumped to it as well making the i-Mode obsolete very quickly. But again due to the domestic competition, Japanese phone makers continued releasing new Galapagos mobiles allowing Google to launch Android which in parallel with iPhone became global standards.iPho…

Some of The Unsolved Mysteries of INDIA

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Pakistani Army dropped over 3000 bombs targeting the “Mateshwari Tanot Rai Mandir” in Jaisalmar,Rajasthan during 1965 & 1971 Indo-Pak war but not even one exploded!

The Miracle in 1965 war:
In the 1965 war against Pakistan, Indian Army was under immense pressure as Pakistan fire power was more menacing then ever before and Indians weren't equipped with adequate weaponry to respond to Pakistan's shelling. Pakistani forces while taking advantage of this captured large areas including Kishangarh near Sadewala post where Indian forces were in thick numbers.
13 Grenadiers fighting at Sadewala knew that since their supply lines have been cut by Pakistani capture of key areas, they have fight the battle of their lives to sustain and secure their post. Soon the shelling started on November 17 on Sadewala, a post near Tanot Mata temple but surprisingly none of the bombs could meet the target and those which fell near post didn't explode.
The legend says that Pakistan army dropped more than 3000 bombs till 19 November but the temple of Tanot mata remained unscathed. The story goes on saying that deity herself came in dream of soldiers and promised to protect them if they stay in close vicinity of temple.
The Longewala miracle 1971:
When India Army was thrashing them in erstwhile East Pakistan, Pakistan decided to engage Indian Army on two fronts and opened the western front in Rajasthan.
But this time, they didn't chose Sadewala as it was well guarded by Indians suspecting that Pakistan would repeat their 1965 faux pas. This time Pakistanis chose Longewala another post near Tanot temple. It was guarded by a company of 120 men led by Major Kuldeep Singh Chandpuri.
Despite several odds, jawans didn't lose hope and kept their belief on Tanot Mata. On December 4, Pakistan attacked Longewala with a full battalion and tank squadron. But again the bombs which fell near deity didn't explode and just a company of 120 men went on to crush Pakistani hubris clad a squadron of tanks.
Longewala is one of the greatest battles ever fought in the history of Independent India.
After 1971 :
Post 1971 war, the fame of Tanot Mata and her temple reached heights and BSF constructed a big temple on that site along with a Museum where the unexploded bomb shot at Indian Army were kept. Indian Army built a Vijay Stambha to mark the victory of Longewala inside the temple compound and each year a celebration takes place on December 16 as commemoration of the great victory over Pakistan in 1971.

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