Ambani’s new house is called Antilia and according to a number of reputable publications, it is the most expensive home in the world. Antilia is actually the first house to exceed a net worth of one billion dollars.
Anant Ambani, the 17-year old son of India’s richest man, is exceptionally spiritual. Numerous reports state that Anant Ambani is visiting the Lord Balaji temple as frequently, as possible.To prove his faith, the affluent teenager decided to make a special donation for the temple. Anant Ambani ended up providing a sacred white elephant as a special present to Lord Balaji.
Mukesh loves showering family members with love and affection. On the occasion of one of her birthdays, Nita Ambani received a jet plane worth 62 million dollars.
Isha Ambani, the daughter of Mukesh and Nita, and is the youngest billionaire heiress. Isha, who was only 16 at the time, ranked second in the Forbes list of top ten billionaire heiresses in 2008. At that tender age, Isha was the owner of an 80-million dollar share of Reliance Industries.
Mukesh Ambani holds a number of awards and records. Fortune magazine gave him the 13th place in a ranking of Asia’s Most Powerful People in Business.
Jack Ma, is the chairman of Alibaba’s record-shattering $25 billion IPO, which now sits as one of the largest companies on the market.
1. JACK MA’S LIFE IS FULL OF FAILURES -- When he applied for admission to the Hangzhou Teacher’s Institute (now Hangzhou Normal University), Ma failed the college entrance exam twice. He eventually graduated in 1988 with a bachelor’s degree in English.
By 1995, he decided teaching wasn’t for him, so he decided to try his hand at business. Around this time, he even applied to a job at KFC in Hangzhou, only to be rejected. Ma also started a translation company, and on a trip to Seattle, he discovered the internet, inspiring him to start his first legit business, China Yellow Pages. While it is regarded as China’s first internet-based company, China Yellow Pages was also a failure.
As we all know, however, Ma’s second company, Alibaba, is doing much better.
2. His First Salary was just 12-15 USD per month -- At the University where he taught English, he was the only teacher assigned to 500 students. His pay was 100 to 120 Renminbi, which is around $12 to $15 per month. Before moving on, he taught there for 5 years.
3. He used to guide tourists for free for 8 years and that’s how he learned speaking English fluently -- When Jack was 12 years old, he grew a strong desire to learn English. He’d guide tourists from foreign countries for free and learn English by conversing with them. It went on like this for 8 years.
4. This is why Jack chose the name ‘Alibaba’ -- Jack was always clear that he wanted to take his company to the global level and that’s why he wanted a global name. Alibaba is easy to spell, and people everywhere associate that with “Open, Sesame,” the command that Ali Baba used to open doors to hidden treasures in One Thousand and One Nights.
5. Forest Gump is his lifelong hero.-- Every time he gets stressed out, he watches the movie again. What does Ma get from Forest Gump? “No matter whatever changed, you are you.”
6. Products from China do not hold a high reputation in much of the world. Due to this among other factors, the US government had listed Ma’s website, Alibaba.com as a “notorious market” for some time. This is defined as a company that does not follow US government copyrights and business regulations.
7. In January of 2013, Jack Ma announced his unexpected resignation as CEO of Alibaba Group in May of the same year. He stated that he would still be working for the company as Executive Chairman, saying he was too old for the Internet now. His resignation has raised many questions regarding his health and the real reason he has decided to retire at the young age of 48.
1. Robert Augustus Chesebrough, was an American scientific expert who found oil jam, which he set apart as Vaseline. He asserted to eat a spoonful of Vaseline ordinary. Before propelling the item, he tried Vaseline all alone hands and legs ordinary. To illustrate, he would consume his skin with open fire and than would apply the oil jam.
2. Stephen Hawking kept on working all through his illnesses. In any case, one of the uncommon truth says, Hawking could talk single word every moment. He does this by jerking his cheek to control a cursor on a screen. Notwithstanding, as per different sources, it is said that Intel buckled down and plans to lift Hawking's discourse from one to ten words for each minutes.
3. Did you know who is the innovator of flame hydrant? All things considered, nobody thinks about it. Since the designer of flame hydrant was scorched in flame while testing the gadget.
4. The Process of water moved from the roots to the leaves known as transpiration was first broadly proposed in 1895 and comparable process was penned by Isaac Newton amid his undergrad years in 1660's. Berling authors, "We have no clue to what extent Newton spent considering the workings of plants or what provoked these musings".
5. Leo Fender, who is the designer of telecaster and strastocaster, couldn't play guitar.
6. The main telephone call was made in 1973 by Martin Cooper, who is the previous Motorola innovator.
7. A New Molecule called Tetranitratoxycarbon was incidentally created by a 10-Year-Old in 2012 in Science Class.
8. The primary Credit card by imagined by a man who confronted a humiliation to pay the bill for supper yet overlooked his wallet.
9. James Watson is one of the researchers who found the helical structure of DNA. He trusts that idiocy is an illnesses and morons ought to be cured. He trusted that individuals from Africa are less canny and furthermore does not wish to contract chubby individual because of their corpulence.
10. Charles Richter, who is the innovator of the Richter scale was a nudist some time recently.
11. Rudolf Diesel, who concocted the Diesel Engine submitted suicide in 1913 on the grounds that he thought this creation of diesel motor was a waste, and could never prevail in future.
1) The name Sri Harmandir Sahib literally means the “Temple of God” and reflects the true meaning and purpose of this majestic shrine, which stands for treating God as one and making no distinction among his worshipers on the basis of cast, color, creed and religion.
2) In 1581 Guru Arjan Dev Ji, the son of Guru Raam Das became the fifth Guru and helped in completing the construction of lake and the stairways on every side to be paved with bricks.
3) The foundation of the gurudwara was amazingly laid down by a Muslim sage called Mian Mir, though its construction was started by Guru Ram Das in 1588 and completed by another Sikh Guru, Guru Arjun Dev.
4).The Golden Temple stands in all its glory in the middle of a holy tank called the Amrit Sarovar, which is a man made tank. Pilgrims who visit the shrine usually take a dip in the sarovar, which is believed to bear special healing powers.
5) The temple was devastated again and again, first by the Mughals and the Afghans and later during a clash between the Indian Army and terrorists in the Operation Blue Star of the eighties. But it has now been renovated and stands as a mark of glory of the Sikh religion.
6) The main hall of the Golden Temple houses the Guru Granth Sahib, the sacred scripture of the Sikh religion. It is placed on a raised platform under a canopy studded with precious jewels.
7) The Golden Temple has been a monument of worldwide fame on account of organizing the largest langar sewa in the world, where more than 35000 people are fed on a daily basis.
8) Structurally, the temple is located on a level below the ground level as it signifies that one must be humble and go down to reach the temple of God. This design is quite opposite to that of the Hindu temples, most of which are built at an elevated level.
Shipping transport is the physical process of transporting commodities and merchandise goods and cargo. The term shipping originally referred to transport by sea, but is extended in American English to refer to transport by land or air (International English: "carriage") as well. "Logistics", a term borrowed from the military environment, is also fashionably used in the same sense.
1. Shipping and World Trade
Around 90% of world trade is carried by the international shipping industry. Without shipping the import and export of goods on the scale necessary for the modern world would not be possible.
2. Safety and Regulation
Shipping is the safest and most environmentally benign form of commercial transport. Perhaps uniquely amongst industries involving physical risk, commitment to safety has long pervaded virtually all deep sea shipping operations.
3. Environmental Performance
Shipping is the least environmentally damaging form of commercial transport and, compared with land based industry, is a comparatively minor contributor to marine pollution from human activities.
4. Somali Pirates
In 2010, Somali pirates captured a ship and were holding 544 seafarers hostage. Every year, more than 2,000 sailors die at sea around the world, and an two ships are lost every day in the sea. In 2012, the total numbers of attacks on seafarers was higher than the number of violent crimes in South Africa which is the highest-crime nation on Earth. The pirates are the biggest problem for the shipping industry since its beginning.
5. Ships Are Very Expensive
In March 2010, the average price for a geared 500-ton container ship was $10 million, while gearless ships of 6,500 and 12,000 TEU averaged prices of $74 million and $105 million respectively.
6. One of the largest employer in the World
There are roughly around 1.5 million people that are employed all over the world in the global shipping industry.
7. A Shipping Container for Every Purpose
It is possible to find a suitable shipping container to transport your cargo, no matter what your cargo may be. A shipping container allows you to transport cargo to any place in the world at a very cost effective price.
8. More than 55,000 merchant ships
There are more than 55,000 merchant ships operating internationally and transporting every kind of cargo.
9. Natural Necessity
In 2011 alone the commercial ports of the United States of America received goods from different countries worth $1.73 trillion. The U.S. also relies on shipping for its two-thirds of oil supply.