Category Archives: Facts & Trivia

10 Most Crazy, Wackiest Facts About Human Body

You may think you know your body, but we suggest you do a recheck. That’s because the human body is among the most fascinating creations of nature and evolution. Yes, there are theories about alien technology and slavery as well, but that is a topic for another day. To satisfy your curiosity, here’s a look at some of the most ... Read More »

Who Is Most Evil Person Ever Born?

In our lifetime, most of us come to realize that the world is a mix of good, bad and ugly. However, there is another category of people, who can be described as pure evil. They can be termed as such, as they have been responsible for innumerable crimes against humanity including thousands of deaths of innocent people. To get a ... Read More »

Deadliest Bridge Collapse Accidents Of All Time

Building bridges is an old technology and it has been refined and advanced over the years. While bridges are usually considered among the safest of human created structures, accidents do happen. A bridge can partially or fully collapse due to various reasons such as structural defects, overloading and lack of proper repairs and maintenance. Other factors why a bridge may ... Read More »

Unbelievable Facts And Mysteries Of Shree Padmanabhaswamy Temple

Located in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, the Shree Padmanabhaswamy Temple is among the most sacred Hindu temples in the world. Shree Padmanabhaswamy Temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu, who has been enshrined in ‘Anantha Shayana’ posture. The temple is managed and controlled by erstwhile Travancore royal family. The main temple deity Padmanabhaswamy is the tutelary deity of the Travancore royal family, currently ... Read More »

How Human Flesh Tastes Like?

Cannibalism, or the act of eating flesh of one’s own species, was quite commonplace among ancient tribes. Even today, we come across news stories where people were found indulging in the act of eating human flesh. While just the thought of cannibalism among humans seems repulsive, it merits a scientific investigation to understand why some people indulge in such acts. ... Read More »

Macquarie University’s study aims to change the narrative around menopause in workplace

As World Menopause Day approaches, a new study aims to shape policies that will change the way the workplace values and supports older women. Delhi, 17 October 2022: Professor Rebecca Mitchell, of Macquarie Business School, is leading a study that draws together Macquarie Business School’s Health & Wellbeing Research Unit and Psychological Sciences researchers, including Professor Kerry Sherman, of the ... Read More »

Why Nuclear Bomb Was Not Used On Hitler’s Germany?

When Germany was the epicenter of World War II, it makes us wonder why Japan was bombed and not Germany. Well, there are several reasons for this, although not every aspect may be verifiable. Some things are top secret, which are hardly ever revealed in public domain. However, based on available factual information, it is possible to get an idea ... Read More »


Korean Cultural Centre India is going to introduce a special ‘Korean Traditional Wedding ceremony at the two day Korean cultural fest ‘ Rang De Korea’ on (Sat, Sun) 15th – 16th Oct at DLF Avenue Saket, New Delhi. Wedding is always a joyous occasion, filled with happiness, and hope. Korea and India both having the same values put a lot ... Read More »

The Art of Writing, Is it a Pair of Shoes or a Hat?

Delving into the current trend of treating good writing skills as an accessory for a PR person, rather than the necessity I think we can all agree that having good communication skills tops the list of “what makes a good PR person”. It makes sense too, when our jobs revolve around establishing positive relationships with several key stakeholders, figuring the ... Read More »