Get Me Press Launches an Online PR Agency Focused on Startups and Founders

Get Me Press’ founders are excited to announce the launch of their online public relations agency, which will focus on startups and entrepreneurs.

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The company’s mantra, according to a spokeswoman, is “We Tell Your Story Online.” The team of experts collaborates closely with their clients, writing, editing, and publishing their story in prominent online journals and industry publications.

“We understand that entrepreneurs and company founders have ideas, and we have the infrastructure to help them turn those ideas into published contributions in prominent online journals.”

“We understand that entrepreneurs and company founders have ideas, and we have the infrastructure to help them turn those ideas into published contributions in leading online journals. This is why Get Me Press focuses on startups and founders,” the spokesperson explained, adding that Get Me Press’ writers have extensive expertise writing for major magazines and understand how to effectively communicate their clients’ messages.

According to the spokesperson, advice and profile pieces are one of the most successful ways to boost a Google Search ranking by driving hundreds of visitors to a website. Online content, on the other hand, tend to stay online longer than social media links, resulting in free organic traffic.

Articles generate new SEO, which will aid in the development of a strong digital presence and a high search engine rank. These articles will generate free organic traffic while also providing backlinks and directing viewers to their clients’ websites.

According to the spokesperson, this publicity could provide a number of advantages, including the following:
– Supercharged SEO
– The entrepreneur’s name on page one, two and three of the google-news search engine,
– Increased brand visibility, credibility, and equity
– Inbound traffic and leads to content and offers will improve.
– Speaking engagements, capital investors, talent acquisition, and requests to be included in new online publications and podcasts are all exciting and unexpected prospects.

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Unsolicited Press Publishes Pushcart Prize Nominee Emily Paige Wilson’s Poetry Collection, Jalubí

 In what ways does lineage resemble language, and are there aspects of both which will always feel untranslatable? With Prague as a backdrop, Jalubí explores this question as it attempts to balance on the fraught fulcrum point of what in the speaker’s family history has been accurately preserved and what has been turned into a myth by way of intentional and accidental misrepresentations. Set in the shadows of witches, dragons, and a great-grandmother’s ghost, this collection suggests history itself is haunting.

Like a persistent spirit, history refuses to cast itself in the sepia-toned filter of nostalgia: it’s instead, the gold leaf which gilds theaters in Prague; the glinting burgundy of the city’s garnets fashioned into heirloom earrings; the gray of castles and cathedrals; canola fields fawn and flaxen in a small farming village near the Slovakian border. Amidst the colors and customs of Prague, the speaker shares the struggle of trying to understand and be understood across languages. Translation in these poems are both play and performance, invitation and isolation.

Framed in sections which mark various arrivals and departures, the collection posits whether a person can ever truly inhabit a place with any degree of fixedness or whether one’s identity must always remain in flux. Through these arrivals and departures, Jalubí chronicles the search for a family’s small farming village of origin and ultimately becomes a search for self.

Praise for Emily Paige Wilson

“In this book, a keen ear for sound and a powerful love of language combine to create intelligent, lyrical poems that live vibrantly in the borders between nationalities and relationships where understanding truly happens. The result is a lively, rich and deeply felt debut of arrivals and departures that honor Wilson’s family and heritage, as well as language itself. I am duly impressed.” – Mark Cox, Author of Readiness and Sorrow Bread, New and Selected Poems: 1984-2015

About Emily Paige Wilson

Emily Paige Wilson is the author of Jalubí (Unsolicited Press, 2022) and two chapbooks: Hypochondria, Least Powerful of the Greek Gods (Glass Poetry Press, 2020) and I’ll Build Us a Home (Finishing Line Press, 2018). Her work has been nominated for Best New Poets, Best of the Net, and the Pushcart Prize.

About Unsolicited Press

Unsolicited Press was founded in 2012 and is based in Portland, OR. The press strives to produce exceptional works of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry from award-winning authors.

Jalubí is available on May 24, 2022 as a paperback (104 p.; 978-1-956692-15-0) and e-book (all major retailers). The title is distributed to the trade by Ingram. The author is open to speaking with the media, holding readings, and engaging in other author opportunities.

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In exercise of the power conferred by Article 223 of the Constitution of India, the President is pleased to appoint, Shri Justice Nongmeikapam Kotiswar Singh, senior most puisne Judge of the Gauhati High Court, to perform the duties of the office of the Chief Justice of that High Court with effect from the date Shri Justice Sudhanshu Dhulia relinquishes the charge as Chief Justice of the Gauhati High Court consequent upon his appointment as a Judge of the Supreme Court of India.



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Press Statement

A recent article, following closely on the heels of a series of similar pieces by certain media platforms, makes conjectures and tries to sensationalize routine purchase of crude oil by Indian Oil Companies from Russia based on concocted “source-based” stories. Such blatant misuse of the freedom of the Press could be disregarded but cannot, in this case, because this is a part of a pre-meditated attempt to further destabilize an already fragile global oil market.

The comparison of selective data in the article in order to produce a false narrative is clearly a part of an orchestrated campaign. The article also contains several inherent contradictions.

India’s energy needs are enormous with daily consumption of around 5 million barrels and a refining capacity of 250 MMTPA. For energy security and to fulfill its objective of providing energy justice to each of its citizens, Indian Energy companies buy from all major oil producers in the World. On an average, India has the unique distinction of servicing 60 million visitors at its petrol pumps every single day. Despite challenging times, it is important for the Government to ensure access to affordable energy to our citizens.

Our top 10 import destinations are mostly from West Asia. In the recent past, USA has become a major crude oil source for India, supplying almost $13 bn worth of energy imports, with almost 7.3% of market share of crude oil imports.

India has been constrained to pay ever increasing prices charged by certain oil suppliers, which is leading India to diversify its sources of procurement. Meanwhile, energy demand in India remains inelastic. At the current price levels, many countries in the immediate neighborhood are facing severe fuel shortages and chaos due to high fuel inflation.

Indian Energy companies have been sourcing energy supplies from Russia, on a sustained basis, over past several years. Yearly figures may have varied due to variety of reasons, including operational necessities. If suddenly, now, as a huge importer of crude oil, India pulls back on its diversified sources, concentrating on the remaining, in an already constrained market, it will lead to further volatility and instability, jacking up international prices.

Despite attempts to portray it otherwise, energy purchases from Russia remain miniscule in comparison to India’s total consumption. Journalists who wish to get a better understanding of the ever evolving energy situation would be well advised to turn their attention to other parts of the World to countries which are major consumers of energy supplied from Russia.

India’s legitimate energy transactions cannot be politicized. Energy flows are yet to be sanctioned. Based on unverified sources, such journalistic pieces are intended to increase their own readership. Instead of responsibly informing debate, such sensationalistic reports, end up serving vested interests including speculators, leading to negative impact on the global economic recovery.



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Press Release on Prime Minister’s meeting with Prime Minister of Denmark

Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi held a bilateral meeting today with the Prime Minister of Denmark, H.E. Ms. Mette Frederiksen.

The two leaders held talks in a one-on-one format, followed by delegation level talks.

Both Prime Ministers reviewed progress of the India-Denmark Green Strategic Partnership. Discussions covered cooperation in renewable energy, especially offshore wind energy and green hydrogen, as well as skill development, health, shipping, water and the Arctic, among others.

Prime Minister appreciated the positive contribution of Danish companies in India to our flagship programmes. Prime Minister Frederiksen highlighted the positive role of Indian companies in Denmark.

Both leaders lauded the expanding people to people ties between the two countries, and welcomed the Declaration of Intent on a migration and mobility partnership.

Both leaders also exchanged views on regional and global issues.

A Joint Statement was adopted after the Delegation Level Talks, which may be seen here.

List of agreements that were concluded may be seen here.



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