YOUR INSIGHT OF THE DAYThe small happy moments add up. A little bit of joy goes a long way.Melissa McCarthy - Actress-Comedian-Producer-Writer-Fashion Designer

Indian Population Worlometer     India Population (LIVE) 1,396,864,841     Yearly Population Growth Rate (%) Date Yearly Growth Rate (%) 1951 1.61 1952 1.68 1953 1.73 1954 1.78 1955 1.81 1956 1.84 1957 1.88 1958 1.91 1959 1.94 1960 1.98 1961 2.02 1962 2.05 1963 2.08 1964 2.09 1965 2.1 1966 2.11 1967 2.11 1968 2.14 1969 … Continue reading Indian Population Worlometer

17 Insightful Quotes From ‘Game of Thrones’

In 1991, George R. R. Martin began writing A Game of Thrones, the first volume in his fantasy series A Song of Ice and Fire. Martin originally planned the series as a trilogy, but the whole thing expanded and, so far, five out of a planned seven volumes have been published. The books have sold around 100 … Continue reading 17 Insightful Quotes From ‘Game of Thrones’

14 Lines From the Love Letters of Famous Writers

Some may say letter-writing is a dying art in the 21st century, yet nothing matches the power of someone's handwritten thoughts and confessions. After all, for most of history, writing letters was the only way expressions of love could be exchanged with a distant lover. Fortunately for us, many of these epistles have survived their … Continue reading 14 Lines From the Love Letters of Famous Writers

Is the Australia-UK-USA Trilateral Security Partnership (AUKUS) a Gamechanger?

SITUATION REPORTS - September 16, 2021By Geopolitical Monitor

10 Acid Bath Horror Stories by Abraham Rinquistfact checked by Jamie Frater Tales of human remains dissolving in acid fill us with a special dread. Given that homicide investigations need bodies, acid baths will always be a hit among murderous fiends. In some cases, unfortunate people accidentally dissolve themselves in acid. Acid steals our identity and reduces … Continue reading

10 Ways Dolphins Show They Have a Darker Side

by Terri DeVorefact checked by Darci Heikkinen Dolphins are not only the sweet-natured, lovable mammals we have all been led to believe. They also have a darker side—with some disturbing tendencies that may just surprise you! When you hear the word “dolphin,” you might picture a cute, silvery mammal frolicking happily in the ocean with his dolphin … Continue reading 10 Ways Dolphins Show They Have a Darker Side

The AUKUS Dominoes Are Just Starting to Fall

The world’s newest security partnership is a window into how the world works—and the unpredictable places it’s heading. By Stephen M. Walt, a columnist at Foreign Policy and the Robert and Renée Belfer professor of international relations at Harvard University.


An expert's point of view on a current event. Israel Isn’t Strong Enough to Attack Iran The Israeli government is ramping up its rhetoric, but political and military constraints are too great.

Seth Godin’s Newsletter

 * Messing with Strathern's Law [ %5D“When a measure becomes a target, it ceases to be a good measure.” Marilyn Strathern expanded on Charles Goodhart's comment about monetary policy and turned it into a useful law of the universe. As soon as we try to manipulate behaviors to alter a measure, it's no longer useful. That's … Continue reading Seth Godin’s Newsletter

Billionaire Space Tourist Tries to Explain Lack of Footage From Inside Spaceship

It's not easy to broadcast from space.

THIS DAY IN HISTORY Billie Jean King triumphs in “Battle of the Sexes" On September 20, 1973, in a highly publicized “Battle of the Sexes” tennis match, top women’s player Billie Jean King, 29, beats Bobby Riggs, 55, a former No. 1 ranked men’s player. Riggs (1918-1995), a self-proclaimed male chauvinist, had boasted that women were inferior, that they couldn’t … Continue reading THIS DAY IN HISTORY

Requested Ministry-wise PIB releases.

This email has been sent by PIB on your request to subscribe PIB releases. Requested Ministry-wise PIB releases. •Union Steel Minister says Collaborative action needed for enhancing domestic Steel Consumption in National Infrastructure Pipeline and in Rural Areas ; Holds Meeting with Indian Steel Association •Auction for Sale (re-Issue) of (i) ‘5.63% GS 2026’, (ii) … Continue reading Requested Ministry-wise PIB releases.

Australia Badly Needs Nuclear Submarines The Royal Australian Navy submarine HMAS Rankin is seen during a maritime exercise between the Royal Australian Navy and the Indian Navy in Darwin, Australia, on Sept. 5. YURI RAMSEY/AUSTRALIAN DEFENCE FORCE VIA GETTY IMAGES It’s rare that a submarine deal—or any military partnership—creates quite as many waves as the Australia-United Kingdom-United States agreement (known … Continue reading Australia Badly Needs Nuclear Submarines

Did you know…

Did you know... ... that today is Respect for the Aged Day? Also known as Keiro No Hi, Japan honors its aged citizens on this day through volunteer work, travel, gift-giving and political activity for the betterment of its senior citizens. Celebrate with your favorite senior citizen today and let them know how special they … Continue reading Did you know…

46 Common sense quotes that will explain its significance

46 Common sense quotes that will explain its significance Bliss QuoteMay 18, 2020change, common sense quotes, encouragement, famous, inspirational, life, motivational46 Common sense quotes that will explain its significance. Here are the best common sense quotes to read from famous people that will surely inspire you. Common sense is a practical judgment, the ability to behave or think concerning everyday matters … Continue reading 46 Common sense quotes that will explain its significance