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Monthly archives: April 2018

Why It is Not Fair To Smear Asifa’s Plight In A Religious Hue?

Over the past few weeks the commentary is turning almost hoarse on the plight of the eight year old girl, Asifa. The heinous crime committed against her is now taking a religious hue. People suddenly seem to forget the kind of torture that was meted out to an innocent eight year old. Instead a whole new angle of religious inconsistencies is being highlighted. Strangely I am reminded of the fateful […]

 
 
 

Ryan Reynolds’ Deadpool 2 Final Trailer

Ryan Reynolds’ Deadpool is certainly the quirkiest superhero who loves to break the fourth wall, even when he’s getting beaten up. The final trailer of the film is out and reveals a fair bit of the story. Deadpool released in 2016 and became the biggest R-rated grosser and with the trailer of Deadpool 2, it looks like this one will be even better. Alongside Ryan Reynolds and Josh Brolin, the […]

Why this India priest carried an 'untouchable' into a temple

A Hindu priest from a temple in the southern Indian city of Hyderabad made headlines for carrying a Dalit (formerly known as untouchable) man on his shoulders into the temple’s inner sanctum. It has been seen as a dramatic move because Dalits have historically been denied entry into temples as they are considered “impure” by many conservative Hindus. Even today, most temples in India do not allow Dalits to enter. […]

48 MPs, MLAs have cases of crime against women, says rights body

At least 48 MPs and MLAs have declared cases related to crime against women, with BJP having the highest number of such politicans at 12, a report said on Thursday amid a nation-wide outrage over rape incidents, including UP’s Unnao where a ruling party lawmaker is an accused. “Out of 1,580 (33 per cent) MPs/MLAs analysed with declared criminal cases, 48 have declared cases related to crime against women,” as […]

Beyond The Clouds movie review

Iranian filmmaker Majid Majidi’s cinema is spicy curry for the soul. It doesn’t soothe, but it gets you agitated. You want to reach out and touch the lives of his lead characters, offering them succour. Shot at realistic locations like the Mahim chawls, Sewri jetty and Bandra-Worli Sea Link, the movie introduces us to the lives of the downtrodden and the maximum city’s dark underbelly; a place you know exists, […]

Meet The Worlds Best Teacher

What does it mean to be the best teacher in the world Teach with a mission to make sure you help every child to unlock and reach their full potential .Make sure that whatever the child needs to achieve , a teacher would inspire them and help to make it happen for them .Inspire those looking to enter the teaching profession and shine a powerful spotlight on the incredible work […]

 
 
 

Vijay Devarakonda’s "Taxiwaala" teaser

Vijay Deverakonda’s upcoming film, Taxiwaala, is a thriller and Vijay plays the role of a taxi driver in the film. The teaser of the film, which was released on Wednesday, features an intriguing set of characters. Vijay Devarakonda released the trailer on Twitter and wrote, “After #Pellichoopulu and #ArjunReddy comes My Part 3 of the New Age Cinema – New Directors! New Concepts! New Starcasts! And big guns GA2 and […]

What can cause the current cash crunch in the country?

Many parts of India has been undergoing a so called cash crunch. Though the overall impact of crunch is fairly limited in cities like Mumbai, the ATMs in many of the rural and select urban locations are running dry. What can be the possible reasons for this? Is there really any cash crunch in the country or is the RBI regulating the cash flow? There are many theories doing the […]

 
 
 

The Hereditary trailer

The Hereditary trailer which stars Toni Collette, Alex Wolff, Milly Shapiro, Ann Dowd and Gabriel Byrne. Written and directed by Ari Aster and produced by Lars Knudsen and Kevin Frakes. Hereditary is getting a wide release on June 8, 2018. Watch the Trailer here: Please follow and like us:

I was wrong. Too much technology is ruining lives

Just four years ago I was a cheerleader. Social media was supposed to be the great hope for democracy. I know because I told the world so. I said in 2014 that no one could predict where this revolution would take us. My conclusion was dusted with optimism: a better connected human race would find a way to better itself. I was only half right: nobody could indeed have predicted […]