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Interview of Vikram Balagopal, author of SIMIAN graphic novel trilogy

Posted on: 25th Jan, 2015

Many authors have critically taken on the mythology of India. Vikram Balagopal is the first to take on the Ramayana in form of graphic illustration, and that too through the viewpoint of Hanuman, an epic character in the Indian mythology. SIMIAN is Vikram Balagopal’s graphic novel trilogy that dissects the decisions one has to make […]

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An Open Letter to Arnab Goswami

Posted on: 23rd Jan, 2015

Dear Mr. Arnab Goswami, I am all praise for your stand against the vandalism that RSS recently carried out to stop the screening of Raj Kumar Hirani’s PK movie at a few theatres and your protest against the unjust arrest of the journalist (who slapped Mamata Banjeree’s nephew in West Bengal) on fake charge of […]

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Most Controversial Statements by Indian Politicians

Posted on: 20th Jan, 2015

The New Year 2015 began with a controversy that a shocking comment for the Hindu women by Sakshi Maharaj, a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party and RSS, created across the country. Not only Hari Sakshi Maharaj but many other Indian politicians from Rajiv Gandhi to Mamata Banerjee have sent shivers of shock down the […]

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Interview of Shrenik Gandhi, Founder of White Rivers Digital

Posted on: 8th Jan, 2015

Digital marketing is the need of the hour for businesses to thrive in the dog-eat-dog world and reach their ROI goals. White Rivers Digital is one of the leading drivers of digital marketing, helping businesses with branding and promotion in an efficient fashion. Mr Shrenik Gandhi, a digital marketing entrepreneur, enthusiast and expert, is the […]

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“Kill Them on the Spot”

Posted on: 17th Dec, 2014

A fight between heroes and villains was the popular climax of Bollywood movies till the year 2000. In most of the movies of the 20th century, the heroes were common men cum lovers cum family persons. The climax would culminate with the arrival of the police to arrest the wounded villains or the heroes for […]

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Interview of Olivier Lafont, author of Warrior

Posted on: 6th Dec, 2014

Born in France and brought up in India, he is a tale of two countries. A versatile talent, he is a known face on television commercials for reputed brands. He has been seen in cameos in such Bollywood blockbusters as 3 Idiots and Guzaarish. He is a regular columnist for a men’s magazine too. He […]

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An Open Letter to Happy New Year’s director Farah Khan

Posted on: 2nd Nov, 2014

To Dear Farah ji, How are you enjoying the attention of media over the success of Happy New Year? Your overjoyed face with beaming eyes is flashing across the media channels. Why not? You have been felicitated with congratulations by Mamata Banerjee, Chief Minister of West Bengal whose brand ambassador is your favorite Shah Rukh […]

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KCR & Mamata Banerjee are two sides of the same coin

Posted on: 26th Oct, 2014

Kalavakuntala Chandrashekar Rao or KCR is a politician of different qualities which are similar to the traits of no other Indian diplomats than Mamata Banerjee. Both are chief ministers. They have many things in common with each other. They are more or less the same in behavior and leadership. Amazing similarities are found in their […]

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Interview of Manas Wadhwa, founder of WeddingPlz

Posted on: 17th Oct, 2014

Manas Wadhwa is a promising entrepreneur in both IT and non-IT sectors. His life is the story of a self-made, hard-working man with never-say-die attitude. His uphill journey from a college dropout to a successful entrepreneur is full of interesting glimpses. He started working at the young age of 19. He distributed pamphlets at promotional […]

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Open defecation in the city of Taj Mahal

Posted on: 5th Oct, 2014

On 1st September, I was returning as a happy traveler from Agra to New Delhi by Intercity Express (14211) which left Agra Cantonment at 6 am. Though Intercity Express is a superfast passenger, it runs at the speed of a local train. It whimsically stops on the way between every two stations and unnecessarily halts […]

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