Category: Journals


Top 30 U.S. Companies by Revenue

The Top 30  U.S. companies are listed below based on their total revenue in the financial year ending on or before Jan 31, 2018 Assumptions: Some of these companies are involved in multiple economic sectors; the Infograph shows only their primary ones. Top 30  U.S. companies by Revenue […]

Coffee Facts

Coffee Facts – 2019

Last Updated: 13th January, 2019 Fact #1: Coffee Consumption Fact #2: Types of Beans Fact #3: How it’s made Fact #4: Weirdest Coffee Flavors Fact #5: Most Expensive Coffee Fact #6: Best Coffee Cup Fact #7: How to make Latte Art at Home Fact #8: Impressive COFFEE Facts […]


Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi

National-award winning actress, the feisty Kangana Ranaut will be seen playing the courageous Rani Laxmibai in Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi next year. The story is based on the famous Jhansi ki Rani. Directed by Telugu film-maker Krish, the movie is hands down one of the highly-anticipated films […]

What’s coming in iOS 12

Wondering what’s new in iOS 12? Get a sneak peak here: Performance Improvements: iOS 12 is designed to make everyday tasks really fast and the users will get a feel of better response time with a major performance improvements across the Operating System. Grouped Notification: Multiple notifications from […]

Hrithik Roshan’s Super 30 posters.

What could be a better day than Teacher’s Day to share the poster of a movie, that’s based on the journey of famous Indian mathematician Anand Kumar? On Teacher’s Day, Hrithik Roshan shared posters of his awaited film Super 30 and soon after, Twitterati applauded Hrithik Roshan’s transformation into […]

Google Celebrates 130th Birth Anniversary of Oskar Schlemmer with a Doodle

Happy Birthday, Oskar Schlemmer ! Google celebrates the 130th Birth Anniversary of German painter, sculptor, designer and choreographer Oskar Schlemmer, who was a German artist and choreographer known for both his paintings and ballet productions. His best-known work, The Triadic Ballet (1922), reflected Schlemmer’s interest in the convergence of colors, shapes, and human movement. “If today’s arts love the machine, […]