Media & Entertainment Records
Media not only covers record making, breaking events, but also makes records itself under the category of Media & Entertainment records, according to India Book of Records
Media & Entertainment records, awards by India Book of Records are everlasting since Media & Entertainment as fields are ever existing, with just new forms, covers and the like taking over older ones.
Media & Entertainment are growing by each passing day, feels India book of Records. Improvements, innovations are required in the field of Media & Entertainment to cope up with the growing pressure on them, according to India Book of Records. Anyone doing the needful, falls in the category of Media & Entertainment records, awards bestowed on one by India Book of Records.
Media & Entertainment are for making life of people simpler, knowledgeable, much more aware, educated and the like and the felicitation towards them falls in the category of Media & Entertainment records, awards registered, undertaken by India Book of Records. New-age media i.e. social media could be worthy of Media & Entertainment records, awards, feels India Book of Records. These are in context of multifarious activities which go on in social media, feels India Book of Records. Social media platform Facebook could be awarded, registered in records’ category of India Book of Records, for being the No 1. social media site at present, as far as its use, popularity among masses are concerned.
Twitter could be tried and felicitated by India Book of Records and registered in its records’ group, for thinking on the lines of trying, increasing its character limit to 280 in the future. However, it is not only social media site Twitter here in this context, which is ahead of everything, everyone, finds out India Book of Records. But an entity with the name of Terribly Tiny Tales (TTT) has promised providing people with short, tiny stories of not more than 140 characters in total, along with interesting assortment of social media posts of users for readers to read and enjoy, discloses a survey with which stands India Book of Records. TTT as someone even ahead of Twitter can be felicitated, its name registered in its records under the category of Media & Entertainment records by India Book of Records possibly.
Write ups comprising minimum words can be the scenario in the future and India Book of Records shows promise of awarding the same, registering them in its records’ sections under its category of Media & Entertainment records. Speaking about traditional Media & Entertainment records of India Book of records they comprise, contests witnessing most number of songs sung by budding or already established singers of a legendary singer/singers in minimum time possible, speaking on most number of important issues, words, sentences uttered in respect of the same in the shortest time possible etc.
The record for writing a book titled Guru Pranati in one sentence in the Assamese language was set by Ramen Das (born on August 26, 1961) of Guwahati, Assam. Continue reading “REMARKABLE BOOK WRITTEN IN ONE SENTENCE IN ASSAMESE” »
The longest series of letter to the editor in newspaper comprises 34 parts and this record was set by Vinod Chandrashekhar Dixit (born on December 01, 1964) of Ahmedabad, Gujarat. Continue reading “LONGEST SERIES OF LETTER TO THE EDITOR IN NEWSPAPER” »
The record for completing the maximum number of post-doctorate major research projects in the area of Banking and Finance was set by Dr. Rajinder Kumar Uppal (born on November 10, 1960) of Malout, Punjab. Continue reading “MAXIMUM POST DOCTORATE OF MAJOR RESEARCH PROJECTS IN THE AREA OF BANKING AND FINANCE” »
The record for writing the maximum number of books on the banking system and finance was set by Dr. Rajinder Kumar Uppal (born on November 10, 1960) of Malout, Punjab. Continue reading “MAXIMUM NUMBER OF BOOKS WRITTEN ON BANKING SYSTEM AND FINANCE” »
The record for writing an award-winning book on economic crime and police was set by Dr Jalam Singh (born on May 26, 1978) of Jaisalmer, Rajasthan. Continue reading “AWARD WINNING BOOK ON ECONOMIC CRIME AND POLICE” »
The record for dubbing a film in the maximum number of languages was set by Deep Narayan Sinha (born on May 25, 1970) of Hyderabad, Telangana. Continue reading “FILM DUBBED IN MAXIMUM LANGUAGES BY A SINGLE ARTIST” »