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  1. Stradivari's violins are known for their exquisite craftsmanship. They cost between $8 million and $20 million
  2. Who doesn’t love compliments? Not a single person on this planet could honestly say that they don’t like compliments, even if they’d like to pretend otherwise. Well-received praise has the ability to turn a seemingly ordinary day into one of the best days of our lives. Fragrances are a bit of a hit-or-a-miss. Some can smell absolutely divine, whereas there are quite a few scents that stop just short of inspiring a migraine in others. This is why, you know when someone compliments you on your fragrance, that you’ve made your presence felt in a tasteful manner. Here are a few men sharing names of their favourite fragrances that always get them compliments: 1. “I’d bought it to be my daily perfume considering it wasn’t expensive at all, however, what really surprised me were the reactions I received from people around me. Villain Eau De Parfum is rich and spicy, which my girlfriend took to liking instantaneously. So consider me a happy customer!” - Rohit, 25 __ECOMPRODUCT__3164__ 2. "Chanel’s Platinum Egoiste’s sillage really sets it apart from other popular perfumes. Surprisingly it lasts long too. You don’t need to spray more than two spritzes at any given point." - Arshad, 31 3. "The perfume I wear changes, depending on the weather. If it’s hot, then I wear the Chanel AHEB or Aventus. For the days when it’s cold, I reach out for my Tobacco Vanille or Burberry classic." - Aakash, 29 4. "My Issey Miyake undoubtedly attracts the most compliments from people. I remember, this one time, a friend of mine leaned in for a hug and wouldn’t leave because of the way I smelled. I think that was one of the best compliments I could have received for my perfumes." - Gurkirat, 27 5. "If there’s one perfume that has got to be the star performer for me, it’s got to be my T’erre D’Hermes. Its citric notes and incredible sillage makes it perfect for a hot summer day. No matter the time of the day, I’d be smelling fresh, thanks to the way it undulates." - Roshan, 30 Which is your favourite perfume? Let us know in the comments below! View the full article
  3. Christie's says the highest price paid for a Warhol was for the painting "Silver Car Crash (Double Disaster)," which sold for $105 million in 2013
  4. We are just a few days away from the Indian Premier League (IPL) mega auction and every cricket fan is thinking about one thing only -- who will fetch the biggest bid at the auction table in Bengaluru. 590 players, including some of the biggest international stars like David Warner, Kagiso Rabada and Ravichandran Ashwin, are set to go under the hammer as 10 IPL teams look to strengthen their squad. As of now, South Africa all-rounder Chris Morris is the most expensive buy in an IPL auction, as the Rajasthan Royals had bought him for a whopping Rs 16.25 crores at last year's player auction. RECORD ALERT Chris Morris sold to Rajasthan Royals for Rs 16.25 crore. He's the most expensive buy at any #IPLAuction ever. pic.twitter.com/eO13YClXWG — Cricbuzz (@cricbuzz) February 18, 2021 Ashwin, assessing the upcoming IPL mega auction on his YouTube channel, opined that an Indian wicket-keeper batter is set to break all records and become the most expensive buy in an IPL auction. Ashwin said that Ishan Kishan can be a massive asset to any team since his wicketkeeping adds a massive value to any team and he can bat at the top of the order. We gave everything we had tonight and we have so much to learn from this season. Thank you to all the fans for your constant support. Our #OneFamily pic.twitter.com/rOe4IWjNwB — Ishan Kishan (@ishankishan51) October 8, 2021 "Ishan Kishan is one exciting option. But Mumbai also used him in the middle-order. So, he is a 3-in-1 package since his main dynamic of being a keeper adds a massive value. A keeper who can bat at the top, in the middle and he provides another variety of him being a left-hander as well," said Ashwin. Ashwin further mentioned that the young keeper is even chirpier than Rishabh Pant while keeping the wickets and he is bound to fetch a huge bid. "The general perception is that he will go for 15-17 crores. I don't know about the exact value. But he is worth every crore that you are gonna be spending. So, Ishan Kishan will go for plenty since he is a 5-in-1 player. And he can sledge you from behind the stumps as well. In fact, he sledges you more than Rishabh Pant," he added. View this post on Instagram Ishan Kishan did well for Mumbai Indians, and his ability to hit the ball a fair distance is expected to start a bidding war when all the 10 franchises sit at the auction table in Bengaluru. View the full article
  5. The IPL auction is as much about experienced campaigners from around the world as it is about young and exciting uncapped Indian players. History tells us that teams that have shown faith in local talents have generally done well in the tournament. © Twitter IPL It’s been a trend in the last few years. It’s been the case since the beginning of the IPL. We saw how Rajasthan Royals filled with some exciting young talents clinched the title in the inaugural season. All the team owners know that filling up their squads with big-ticket players won’t guarantee them silverware. For that they need to have a perfect mix of experience and youth in their squad. © Twitter IPL That’s why every year we see teams fighting to sign relatively unknown cricketers because of the value they bring to the squad. So, this year also there are several uncapped Indian cricketers who are expected to start a bidding war among franchises. Here are six uncapped Indian cricketers who can fetch huge amount at the IPL 2022 auction: KS Bharat (Base Price: Rs 20 lakh)Mustafizur strikes! KS Bharat departs after a fine knock of 44. Live - https://t.co/4IK9cxv4qg #RRvRCB #VIVOIPL pic.twitter.com/iLwuypDlpE — IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) September 29, 2021 Batting in the middle-order, KS Bharat played a couple of match-winning knocks for RCB last season. Who can forget his last-ball six that helped RCB beat Delhi Capitals in a nail-biting contest last year? He is one of the best wicketkeeper-batters in the country and franchises looking for a quality middle-order can bid huge for him. Avesh Khan (Base Price: Rs 20 lakh)Another one for Avesh Khan! #KKR 5 down as Dinesh Karthik gets out. #VIVOIPL #KKRvDC @DelhiCapitals Follow the match https://t.co/TVHaNszqnd pic.twitter.com/MdHqss07MU — IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) September 28, 2021 Avesh Khan was the second highest wicket-taker in IPL last season and given his last year’s IPL performance, it was a surprise that Delhi Capitals did not retain him. The demand for Indian fast bowlers is always high and one should not be surprised if several teams bid huge to sign him. Shahrukh Khan (Base Price: Rs 40 lakh)Shahrukh Khan misses out on a maiden 50 by three runs as he is caught at deep midwicket for 47 off 36 balls. A fine knock comes to an end. https://t.co/P8VzT4XXbb #PBKSvCSK #VIVOIPL pic.twitter.com/LihKIumMPV — IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) April 16, 2021 Shahrukh Khan is regarded as one of the most explosive batters in the country. He was the reason behind Chennai’s Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy triumph last year. It was his last-ball six that helped Chennai beat Karnataka in a nerve-wracking final. I have no doubt there will be plenty of suitors lined up for him in the auction. Yash Dhull (Base Price: Rs 20 lakh)WHAT A HIT Yash Dhull's stunning six dancing down the track is the @Nissan #POTD winner from the #U19CWC Super League semi-final clash between India and Australia pic.twitter.com/rFiEAsv2G4 — ICC (@ICC) February 3, 2022 The captain of India’s Under-19 World Cup team, Yash Dhull showed a glimpse of his extraordinary talent when he smashed a match-winning century in the semi-final against Australia. His base price is only Rs 20 lakh but teams looking to sign him will have to spend much more than that. Raj Angad Bawa (Base Price: Rs 20 lakh)Raj Bawa reaching 150 with a cracking shot is voted the @Nissan #POTD from the #U19CWC clash between India and Uganda pic.twitter.com/567zwmNKG2 — ICC (@ICC) January 23, 2022 The rarest entity in Indian cricket is a quality fast-bowling all-rounder. Bawa has been impressive with both bat and ball in the ongoing Under-19 World Cup. He picked up four wickets in the opening group game against South Africa and then smashed 162* against Uganda. His all-round skills make him a hot property at the auction. Rajvardhan Hangargekar (Base Price: Rs 30 lakh)Rajvardhan Hangargekar smashing three consecutive sixes is the winner of the @Nissan #POTD from the #U19CWC clash between India and Ireland pic.twitter.com/texqEd4gZy — ICC (@ICC) January 20, 2022 A new-ball bowler who can tonk the ball to a fair distance. Not many Indian players can claim to have the same ability as India’s Under-19 star Rajvardhan Hangargekar. Apart from opening the bowling for India U-19 side, he is also used as pinch-hitter, which speaks volumes about his six-hitting prowess. This one-of-a-kind player is expected to create chaos in the bidding room. View the full article
  6. The stage is set for the IPL 2022 mega auction as the BCCI released the names of 590 players who would go under the hammer to become a part of the world’s biggest T20 league. From David Warner to Shreyas Iyer, Kagiso Rabada to Pat Cummins, the auction will decide the fate of some of the biggest names in world cricket. 𝘽𝙞𝙜 𝙉𝙖𝙢𝙚𝙨 𝙖𝙩 𝙩𝙝𝙚 𝙈𝙚𝙜𝙖 𝘼𝙪𝙘𝙩𝙞𝙤𝙣 A bidding war on the cards Here are the Marquee Players at the #IPLAuction pic.twitter.com/lOF1hBCp8o — IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) February 1, 2022 With this being a mega auction, fans can expect franchises to go all out to sign the player of their choice, even if that meant breaking all sorts of previous records. For the last three seasons, Virat Kohli was the most expensive player in the league as the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) had shelled out Rs 17 crores to make him a part of their squad. © Twitter/RCB Tweets After holding on to this tag for the last three years, the former RCB skipper has already lost this ‘most expensive player’ tag after signing a new contract for a reduced fee of Rs 15 crores. Ahead of the auction, there are several players who have been handed a more lucrative contract than Kohli. KL Rahul has been signed by Lucknow Super Giants for a whopping Rs 17 crores, while Rohit Sharma, Rishabh Pant and Ravindra Jadeja have been retained for Rs 16 crore each by Mumbai Indians, Delhi Capitals and Chennai Super Kings, respectively. © Twitter/IPL However, these are not the only players who are expected to take home a bigger paycheck than the former India skipper in this year’s IPL, there are several other players who could fetch more money at the mega auction. Here are the five Indian cricketers who could get a more hefty contract than Kohli Ishan Kishan View this post on Instagram The wicketkeeper-batters are always in high demand at the auction, especially those who can bat in the top order. After he couldn’t make it to Mumbai Indians’ retention list, Ishan Kishan had offers from the two new franchises Lucknow and Ahmedabad but he turned both of them down and decided to become a part of the auction. If he gets going Kishan can torment any bowling attack in the world. The IPL 2020 was a turning point in his career as he earned his maiden Indian call-up after amassing 500 runs in that title-winning campaign. His stocks have risen significantly in the last couple of years and don’t be surprised if several franchises go all out to acquire his services at this year’s auction. Shreyas Iyer View this post on Instagram Shreyas Iyer missed the first leg of last year’s IPL due to an injury. He returned for the second phase but didn’t get his captaincy back as Delhi Capitals (DC) decided to carry on with Rishabh Pant as their skipper. There are several teams like RCB, KKR and Punjab Kings who are in the market for a captain and Iyer, who guided DC to their only IPL final, is the ideal candidate for that role. The 27-year-old has maturity beyond his age and it’s a trait that is not found in many players. Given what he brings to the table, there is a high chance that his name can start a ferocious bidding war among franchises. Deepak Chahar View this post on Instagram Players like Deepak Chahar are a rare commodity in Indian cricket. He can open the bowling and is no stranger to using the long handle. His all-round ability is what sets him apart from the rest and the franchises are always ready to shell out extra bucks for a player of his profile. His previous franchise CSK would do everything in their capacity to sign him back but it won’t be an easy task. In fact, former Indian opener Aakash Chopra feels that given his utility, Chahar should be the most expensive pick at the auction. Shardul Thakur View this post on Instagram Shardul Thakur is not known for bowling with the new ball but he does guarantee you four overs. ‘Lord Thakur’, as he is famously called by his supporters, has all sorts of variations in his repertoire which make him even more dangerous. Apart from his premier skill, Thakur is also known for his big hits. Having a player like him in the Playing XI is always a plus for any franchise as he can turn the tide with both bat and ball. Sides looking for Indian all-rounders, I expect them to bid huge. Harshal Patel View this post on Instagram Last year’s IPL completely transformed Harshal Patel’s life. He was traded off to RCB by Delhi Capitals and everything he touched turned into gold. With 32 wickets from just 15 matches, Patel finished the tournament as the leading wicket-taker and clinched the Purple Cap. Bowling in the slog overs is an art and Patel's analysis proved he had mastered that. He doesn’t have express pace but his slower variations are good enough to deceive any world-class batter. The recent performances always play an important role in determining a players’ price at the auction and Patel is definitely going to benefit from that. View the full article
  7. Muhammad Ali's passion for art was little known but he liked to sketch as a way of unwinding after a fight or training.
  8. We all have played gully cricket growing up and made some terrific memories that we continue to cherish till date. Unlike a normal cricket match which operates as per the laws of the game, gully cricket doesn’t have any set rules and regulations, which vary from place to place depending on the surroundings and mutual understanding. © BCCL That said, one thing that is common in gully cricket no matter where we play it, is that players have to be extremely careful while playing a big shot because whenever a batter smashes the ball out of bounds, he is responsible for retrieving the ball. Dhoni's Sixes Our love for Thala Out of bounds#WhistlePodu #Yellove @msdhoni pic.twitter.com/PA8smfxuw5 — Chennai Super Kings - Mask Pdu Whistle Pdu! (@ChennaiIPL) August 24, 2021 We saw something similar when MS Dhoni was made to retrieve the balls after hitting them out of the park during a net session. With less than three weeks left in the resumption of Indian Premier League 2021, Chennai Super Kings players have begun their preparations and are currently training at the ICC Academy in Dubai. As part of his training routine, Dhoni freed his arms and played some exquisite shots. True to his batting style, the wicketkeeper-batsman smashed several towering sixes, sending the balls sailing over the boundary ropes into the bushes. © Twitter/CSK The shots were so powerful that several balls went missing and Dhoni took it upon himself to retrieve them and began his search in the bushes beyond the fence. Watching the ‘Thala’ do the unimaginable, the CSK fans were in complete awe of their talisman who was humble enough to go searching for the ball when he could’ve left it to others. Rule no 7 of gully cricket Jisne ball mara hoga vahi khojne jayega pic.twitter.com/pVqIAr6ALF — Ravi Desai Champion ICT (@its_DRP) August 24, 2021Dhoni hits ball out of ground and searching for balls — Shiva Dhoni 7 (@ShivaDhonifan7) August 24, 2021Everyday during childhood,, pic.twitter.com/lUGvOAiXBG — Mortal@132000 (@Mortal1320001) August 24, 2021Seeing this video remembers me of my past cricket experience with plastic ball and sponge ball and searching for that ball in ground — Shiva Dhoni 7 (@ShivaDhonifan7) August 24, 2021Jisne ball mara hai vahi jakar lana ball wapas pic.twitter.com/Zw2eQI7iCG — Neninthe (@NenintheTweetzs) August 24, 2021This video seemed like Gully Cricket ...Hit a Six ..and then search for the ball.. childhood memories Thala — Kiran Kumar Majhiᴿᵃᵈʰᵉˢʰʸᵃᵐ (@kiran_perfect) August 24, 2021 Many of the supporters were reminded of their childhood memories when they used to spend hours searching for the missing balls - sometimes without any luck. The second phase of IPL 2021 will begin on September 19 with the Chennai-based outfit taking on Rohit Sharma’s Mumbai Indians at the Dubai International Stadium. © Twitter/CSK Dhoni looked out of touch in the first phase of this year’s IPL but given how he is smashing sixes for fun in the nets at the moment, CSK fans would hope he gets his Midas touch back and guides them to their fourth IPL trophy. View the full article
  9. The sneaker range were the first to be launched by West´s Yeezy brand, and caused a fashion furore when he wore them during a 2008 Grammys performance.
  10. Princess Diana's letters' collection was sold at auction for a whopping amount of £82,000 (about $113,000)
  11. White truffles fetch 75,000 euros at Italian auction. Photo: AFP ALBA: A lot of around 850 grammes (1.9 pounds) of white truffles was sold for 75,000 euros ($87,500) in a top Italian auction on Sunday. The buyer from Hong Kong placed their winning bid via satellite at the World Alba White Truffles Auction at the Grinzane Cavour castle in Piedmont, northwestern Italy. Isabelle Gianicolo of the National Truffle Study Centre noted that the auction price was "symbolic" and did not necessarily reflect the true market price since the proceeds were donated to charitable causes. Nevertheless, dry conditions this year had sent the market price soaring to 6,000 euros per kilogramme from 3,000-4,000 euros last year, she told AFP. A recent drought influenced the quantity, "but not the quality of the truffles," Gianicolo said. "The situation has recently improved slightly, but it?s clear that it?s not going to be a great year. There certainly aren?t going to be very large truffles up for auction, even if they?re still very good truffles," she said. Alba has hosted Italy?s most famous white truffle market, during which the auction is held, for close to 90 years.
  12. The Apollo 11 Contingency Lunar Sample Return Bag used by astronaut Neil Armstrong is displayed for Sotheby's Space Exploration auction in New York City, U.S., July 13, 2017. Photo: REUTERS NEW YORK: The long-lost bag used by US astronaut Neil Armstrong to bring back to Earth the first samples of moon dust is expected to sell for up to $4 million when it is auctioned with other space memorabilia next week in New York City. The sale at international art auction house Sotheby's also features the Apollo 13 flight plan annotated by its crew, a spacesuit worn by US astronaut Gus Grissom, and lunar photographs taken by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). The auction will be held on July 20, the 48th anniversary of the first moon landing, and organizers hope it will draw large crowds. "It (space) is one of few subjects that I think are not culturally specific. It doesn't matter your religion, where you're from, what language you speak," Cassandra Hatton, a vice president and senior specialist at Sotheby's, said on Wednesday. "We all have the common experience of staring up at the sky and wondering what's going on amongst the stars." The fate of the bag, which measures 12 inches by 8.5 inches and is labeled "Lunar Sample Return", was unknown for decades after Armstrong and his Apollo 11 crew came home in July 1969. For years it sat in a box, unidentified, at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Hatton said. It ultimately surfaced in the garage of the manager of a Kansas museum, Max Ary, who was convicted of its theft in 2014, according to court records. The bag was seized by the US Marshals Service which put it up for auction three times, drawing no bids, until it was bought in 2015 for $995 by a Chicago-area attorney, Nancy Lee Carlson. She sent the bag to NASA for authentication, and when tests revealed it was used by Armstrong and still had moon dust traces inside, the US space agency decided to keep it. Carlson successfully sued NASA to get the bag back, and the attention created by her legal challenge prompted many inquiries from potential buyers, according to Sotheby's. That led Carlson to decide to auction it again. Hatton said she was sure the bag would find a good home. Such artifacts usually go through the hands of several different owners over the years, she added. "Just know that the kind of person that would pay money like this for this item is going to take excellent care of it," Hatton said. "Nothing is lost forever."
  13. Letters written by Albert Einstein about God, Israel and physics fetched nearly $210,000 at a Jerusalem auction Tuesday, with the highest bid going to a missive about God's creation of the world. Eight letters, written in English between 1951 and 1954 and signed by Einstein, were sold by Winners auction house which had initially estimated their combined value at between $31,000 and $46,000. The highest bid of $84,000 was for a letter to eminent physicist David Bohm. In it Einstein wrote: "If God has created the world his primary worry was certainly not to make its understanding easy for us". In another missive to Bohm, which sold for $50,400, Einstein discussed the link his colleague made between quantum theory and "relativistic field theory". "I must confess that I am not able to guess how such unification could be achieved," Einstein wrote. The typewritten letter includes an equation added in neat handwriting and the writer's signature. Bohm, born in the United States to Jewish immigrant parents, had worked with Einstein at Princeton University before fleeing to Brazil after losing his post in Senator Joseph McCarthy's anti-communist witch-hunts. Israeli illusionist and magician Uri Geller bought a 1954 letter in which Einstein discusses the possibility of Bohm moving to Israel. "Israel is intellectually alive and interesting but has very narrow possibilities and to go there with the intention to leave on the first occasion would be regrettable," wrote Einstein. Bohm took up a visiting professorship at Israel's renowned Technion technological institute in 1955 and moved to England two years later. The auction house said the letters came from the estate of Bohm's late widow.
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