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#TheLunchbox: The Wrong Train Taking You To The Right Place

That The Lunchbox would be a good film, was never in doubt when I booked my ticket. ( One can sense these things.) But how good, and in what ways good were the questions in my mind.  Well first thing first, the film is every inch as good as it is being made out to be.  So that gets  ‘ How good’ out of the way. Now to ‘ In what ways’ good… Everyone to

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Crime Featured Opinion Top

दंगा महोत्सव- 2013! हर-हर गंगे, दंगे ही दंगे

हर-हर गंगे, दंगे ही दंगे। खुदा का जलवा, बलवा ही बलवा। जो इन आवाज़ों से घबराता है, इन आवाज़ो के ख़िलाफ आवाज़ उठाता है, वह सच्चा भारतीय नहीं हैं, क्योंकि यही आवाज़ें हमारी असली रवायत हैं, हमारी सांस्कृतिक पहचान है। जिस तरह स्पेन में टमैटिनो है, बुल फाइटिंग है, फ्रांस में वाइन फेस्टिवल है, ब्रिटेन में हैलोवीन है, उसी तरह भारत में दंगे हैं। याद कीजिये आज से पच्चीस-तीस साल पुराना वक्त, जब भारत अंतरराष्ट्रीय

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Crime Featured Rape Top

#It’sMyFault (Too)!!! Review Of The #AllIndiaBakchod Video On Rapes

With the rising sexual crimes against women rampant in India, followed by wide media coverage over these issues, it’s always disheartening to hear a string of hateful (and downright stupid) annotations against women, especially about the victims. There is zero respect and tact when it comes to dealing with issues of sexual violence. In the wake of the recent sexual assaults on women, a group of stand-up comedians who call themselves “All India Bakchod” have

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Environment Featured Globalisation Top

Globalization: Green Or Not

There has been an extended debate over globalization being good for building strong economies or not.  Our future however is not all about building prosperous economies, but reducing the rate at which we are unsympathetically impacting the planet. Globalization plays a key role in both, greening our planet and the unfortunate opposite. On one hand, globalization is enabling manufacturing companies to transfer greener technologies and products throughout the globe but on the other, it is

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Entertainment Featured Movie Review Top

Movie Review: Phata Poster Nikla Hero: A Ruined Script With No Saving Grace

Cast: Shahid Kapoor, Illeana D Cruz, Padmini Kolhapure. Direction: Raj Kumar Santoshi. Introduction: The director is famous for his love for tandoori chicken, it seems he wrote this movie while eating a really bad one. Plot: The protagonist wants to be an actor (suits him best), his mother wants him to be s police officer (writers have run out of ideas), eventually he is mistaken to be a cop and how the film unfolds is

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Featured Generation Y Love Top

How Love Dies In A Relationship – 1

Love is a heavenly feeling that a human have no control over. A relationship is just a practice of maintaining feelings like love, care etc with changing time and age. Love is something that comes from your heart and relationship is the ultimate outcome of feelings and commitment, which society measures between each other. I have a friend who is recently married to his long time girlfriend. Before marriage he was really confused on whether

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Architecture Arts Featured Top

Baroda Architecture: Semblance Of Modernity: 3

Besides a great patron of art, architecture, theatre and music, Sayajirao was considered to be a great connoisseur of art. Connoisseurship is practiced by the connoisseur with a context of past and present attributions by scholars, professionals and collectors, in short within an art world and within history.[1] As a connoisseur he examined the quality of work of art by making their visual discrimination and constantly made aware himself by equating the work of art

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Bollywood Featured Movie Review Top

Movie Review: The Lunchbox Is Simple, Fun And Awesome

Cast: Irrfan Khan, Nimrat Kaur & Nawazuddin Siddique. Introduction: A dabbawala delivers tiffin to the wrong address and this develops into a contemporary quirky urbane romance. Plot: The Lunchbox is set in contemporary Mumbai where the protagonists reach out to each other through scribbled notes in an era of electronic, mobile messages and social media. Ila (Nimrat Kaur), egged on by an elderly neighbor who we only hear but never see (voice of Bharti Achrekar), seeks

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Featured Feminism Generation Y Top

Mirror Mirror On The Wall, Who’s The Fairest Of Them All

On a dull boring long day, the above image on a popular blog site caught my attention and had me thinking! Do women really spend more time getting ready?!? As always, Google came to my rescue and boy, I just did a double take when I realised it’s just the contrary. Looks like my day has just become brighter!!! The perception that women take much longer to prepare themselves than men has been around for

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Entrepreneurship Featured Generation Y Top

When You Are In MBA, Learn The Labour’s Job First

Few things I have learned during and after my MBA classes. Based on my experience, I would like to put up few guidelines and suggestions. 1: Try to enjoy the association: Always remember, everyone in your class have mastered a special power. The student sitting at the corner seat, can be good at excel or the lady sitting next to you can have a good business plan for future. Don’t underestimate people and try to learn

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