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Insurance of Dame Agatha Mary Clarissa Christie

By: Insurancepe April 10, 2023

Agatha Christie, the bestselling author of the Hercule Poirot detective novels, is so popular that her books are outsold only by the Bible and the works of Shakespeare. When Christie
Insuring Charles Dickens

By: Insurancepe April 10, 2023

In November 1841, Charles Dickens took out a life insurance policy worth £5,000 (£360,000 today). At this time, he had already published five novels including Nicholas Nickleby and Oliver Twist.
FRANZ KAFKA, the Writer, a man of Insurance

By: Insurancepe April 10, 2023

You have heard of Franz Kafka (1883 – 1924), one of the greatest existential novelists of the century past. If you have not, we suggest you read his works. To
Are Indians the worst drivers in the world?

By: Insurancepe April 10, 2023

According to a recent study by an Australian insurance company ‘Compare the market’, Indian drivers are among the worst in the world. The fourth worst, to be precise, and only
Life Insurance of Queen Victoria

By: Insurancepe April 10, 2023

We dug patiently into the insurance archives and found that Queen Victoria had a life insurance policy! As per the records, Queen Victoria had a policy worth £2,000 (= £200,000
Mahatma Gandhi & Life Insurance

By: Insurancepe April 10, 2023

From ‘My Experiments with Truth’:   “About the time I took up chambers in Bombay, an American insurance agent had come there a man with a pleasing countenance and a
Father of Life Insurance

By: Insurancepe April 10, 2023

Elizur Wright, a 19th century American who started his career as a mathematician is widely considered to be the father of life insurance. In 1844, there was a public auction
Shri. T V Sundaram Iyengar – The pioneer of motorized public transport in India

By: Insurancepe April 10, 2023

This is an advertisement that the TVS Motor Company placed in The Hindu in 1958. In 1912, T. V. Sundaram Iyengar took a risk and provided people with a new,