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TODAY - Nov 16, 2018

Thought of the Day

My attitude is that if you push me towards something that you think is a weakness, then I will turn that perceived weakness into strength.

Today's Birthday

George Simon Kaufman
George Simon Kaufman Theatre Director, American(1889)

An American playwright and producer who wrote several musicals, notably for the Marx Brothers. He received Pulitzer Prize in 1932 and 1937 for Drama.

Paul Hindemith
Paul Hindemith Composer, German(1895)

A German composer and violist.

Frank Bruno
Frank Bruno Boxer, British(1961)

An English boxer who won the WBC heavyweight championship in 1995.

Dwight Gooden
Dwight Gooden Baseball Player, American(1964)

An American baseball player who played in Major League Baseball for the New York Mets and New York Yankees.

Tiberius Emperor , Rome(42BC)

The elder son of Livia and Tiberius Claudius Nero Drusilla and second emperor of Rome

This day in History


On Nantucket Island, located in the English colony of Massachusetts, local authorities hire William Bunker to establish the first prison in the America colonies.


Oklahoma becomes the 46th state of the United States.


The United States and USSR establish diplomatic ties.


The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), headquartered in Paris, come into operation.


President Bill Clinton arrives in Hanoi to popular acclaim, becoming the first incumbent president to visit Vietnam since the Vietnam War.

Man who made the difference

Tiberius (42 BC-AD 37)


The elder son of Livia and Tiberius Claudius Nero Drusilla and second emperor of Rome, was born on 16November 42 BC, Rome, Italy. Tiberius's coldness and reserve and his desire for economy in government rendered him unpopular with the people and, together with his supposed depravity, gave him a bad name in legend and history. His mother divorced his father after his birth and married the Roman Emperor Augustus Triumvir Octavian, who educated him carefully. In AD 14, Tiberius, unopposed, succeeded to the throne, When Augustus died at Nola. His reign was marked by revolts and rebellions in Pannonia, Germany, Gaul, and other parts of the empire. Domestically, the reign of Tiberius was at first beneficent. He kept the army in strict discipline, improved the civil service. With great generosity and ability he managed the finances. The provinces were governed more efficiently during his rule than ever before. Eventually, a change took place, and the latter part of his reign was marked by a series of conspiracies and consequent executions. Tiberius left Rome in AD 26.

He died on 16 March, 37 AD, at Misenum.

Author : Dr. Nidhi Jindal