Norman Pritchard – India’s first Olympic Medalist
Pritchard was the first Indian-born athlete to participate in the Olympic Games. He was also the first athlete from India and first athlete representing an Asian nation to win an Olympic medal. He won two silver medals at the 1900 Summer Olympics in Paris, coming second in the 200 metres behind Walter Tewksbury of the United States and second in the 200 metres hurdles behind the legendary Alvin Kraenzlein, also of the United States. He reached the final of the 110 metres hurdles, but did not finish, and also participated in the 60 metres and 100 metres sprints, in which he failed to qualify for the finals. … more click here
“Nobody can go back and start a new beginning,
but anyone can start today and make a new ending.”
— Maria Robinson
Rabindranath Tagore – The Nobel Prize in Literature 1913
The celebrated Indian poet, musician, and painter, Rabindranath Tagore was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature for “his profoundly sensitive, fresh and beautiful verse”. Rabindranath Tagore also called the Bard of Bengal and Gurudev, Tagore was one of the greatest literary figures of India. He composed the national anthems of India and Bangladesh and the national anthem of Sri Lanka is believed to have been inspired from his poetry. Tagore’s songs, poetry, novels, and essays are now cult classics.
“Time flows in the same way for all human beings;
every human being flows through time in a different way.”
~ Yasunari Kawabata
What’s in a Page ?
– Pages are where you put your evergreen or pillar content — timeless information. Your About page is a Page, not a post, because it’s not going to change much over time.
That’s not to say you’ll never go back and edit or make changes on a page. Of course you can, and you will. But changes will be infrequent.
Pages are hierarchical. That means you can arrange sub-pages under pages. Google likes structure and hierarchy, so creating pages and sub-pages will please the search engine gods as well.
What’s in a Post ?
– Unlike pages, posts are designed to encourage social interaction and sharing. You don’t care if readers share your About page, but you definitely want them to share your article on the latest whiz-bang development in your industry.
You can’t create a hierarchy with posts, but you can make them searchable using tags and categories.
Posts go into a blog feed. If you have a blog on your site, the most recent post is at the top. Pages don’t go there. If you set up an RSS feed so your readers get an email when you add something new to your site, they only get emails for posts, not pages.