Did you know... ... that today is $80 Million Painting Day? In a 1990 Christie's auction, Vincent van Gogh's "Portrait du Dr. Gachet" sold for $82.5 million to Ryoei Saito, head of the Japanese firm of Daishowa Paper Manufacturing. It was the first $80 million painting sold at that time. The current record price is … Continue reading DID YOU KNOW…


WORD OF THE DAY Refectionrə-FEK-shunPart of speech: nounOrigin: Middle English, early 1300s 1(literary) Refreshment by food or drink.2A meal, especially a light one.   Examples of Refection in a sentence "After a brief stop for refection, the Johnsons continued their drive home." "The backpackers made sure to pack a refection for later in the hike."

Global Security landscape via IntelligenceFusion…

Here's your weekly rundown of the global security landscape, highlighting key incidents that have taken place from each region in the last seven days;  MIDDLE EAST & ASIAIsrael and PalestineEscalations between armed factions based in Gaza and Israel have continued after days of rocket attacks targeting Israeli population centres, and airstrikes targeting sites in the … Continue reading Global Security landscape via IntelligenceFusion…

Conventional and famous – by Seth Godin

Conventional and famous [ https://p.feedblitz.com/r3.asp?l=178211137&f=1081591&c=7665709&u=5102652 %5D We can gain a lot of clarity if we insert the right words into daily conversation. “That's a good college,” is more accurately stated as, “that's a famous college.” Or perhaps, “That person is beautiful,” might be better as, “that person is conventionally beautiful.” So many choices and measures seem obvious. … Continue reading Conventional and famous – by Seth Godin

Positive Day

Bob Marley’s music has achieved an enduring legacy that finds new listeners every day. Hailing from Jamaica, he was a pioneer of reggae music and helped popularize the genre around the world. When he converted to Rastafari (a religious and social movement) in the 1970s, the songs he played with his band, Bob Marley and … Continue reading Positive Day

International Day of Families – 15 May

International Day of Families – 15 May Both in traditional and modern societies, families are fundamental for a community to thrive. For most of our growing years, we were nurtured by our families. Every year, on this day, we take a moment to celebrate our families. Content marketing ideas:    Listicle idea: X Unhealthy behaviors parents need to … Continue reading International Day of Families – 15 May

Requested Ministy-wise PIB Releases

Requested Ministry-wise PIB releases.   •Mega make-shift COVID centre set up at Kochi Refinery premises; •No Heat wave conditions likely •PM greets people on Eid-ul-Fitr •Launch of Defence National OPD on e-Sanjeevani portal •Update on COVID Vaccine Allocation •India’s Cumulative Recoveries exceed 2 Crore •Heavy to Very Heavy Rainfall at a few places with Extremely Heavy Falls at … Continue reading Requested Ministy-wise PIB Releases