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How DDLJ Changed Love In Bollywood

Directed by Aditya Chopra and starring the dream couple, Shahrukh Khan and Kajol, the film was greeted as a refreshing change by the Indian audience. With its decked up stars, beautiful foreign locales and expensive sets, DDLJ shifted the cinema’s attention to celebration of love instead of the wrath...

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Sony Leak Scandal: A Serious Breach To Privacy.

Hacking into their computer systems, jarringly adroit cyber geniuses have made the hypersensitive information of Sony Pictures, public. Rendering the reputed entertainment corporation’s operations immobile, and playing hide and seek with a series of highly private reports, these hackers have dumbfounded the authorities with their scandalous expertise. Approximately two...

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Champions League: Group Stage Overview

Among these European giants, current holders Real Madrid are in the driving seat to retain Europe’s top crown. They are one of the only six teams ever to finish the group stages with maximum points. They won all of their six matches scoring an impressive 16 goals in the...

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Workspaces And The Missing Gender Lens

So, it was in 2012 when I was headed towards Mumbai for an interview at the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) and then it-the monthly ordeal-began. Euphemisms, by the way, are taught from childhood to refer to this very simple phenomenon called menstruation; and every name as my...

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Uber Driver Shiv Kumar: A Background

In yet another horrific incident in the capital, a working girl was raped by the trusted cab service, Uber driver, Shiv Kumar. The case has raised several debates that have brought into the circle question against the cab driver, the cab service firm, the government officials, etc; who is...

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CIA Tackled Terror With Torture: Report Out

According to the CIA records, around 119 prisoners were involved; however, the CIA officials kept the public in dark by misrepresenting the numbers at less than 100. A lot of prisoners did not even meet the stated criteria for their imprisonment. Torturous and inhumane tactics like waterboarding, rectal feeding...

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Infosys Founders Sell Stock Worth 6500cr

This sale has resulted in sharp fall in the IT giant’s share price. Infosys shares dropped by 4.75 percent on Monday and ended the day at 1,972 rupees. The sale has further, triggered doubts over the reasons for the sale. Shareholders were but obviously precarious about the whole situation....

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ISL #Grassroots Football Young Champs Launched

Nita Ambani is also the founder and chairperson of Football Sports Development Limited under which ISL had successfully taken off in September this year. Ambani was heard saying, “Now that we are approaching the business-end of the league, we are launching the soul of ISL, the grassroots program.”

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The Black Money Issue

As clichéd as it may sound, the job is easier said than done. The income tax probe concerning 627 Indians has been a nightmarish experience for Mr. Modi and his team. Among the 627, around 400 names have been identified by the government. However, according to...

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Asian Of The Year: Narendra Modi.

Adorning the Prime Minister of India with rave reviews, The Strait Times, a Singaporean daily has named Narendra Modi “Asian of the Year” for 2014. The editors of this Singaporean press group take upon themselves the responsibility of rewarding an Asian whose efforts to bring about constructive changes to...

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Celebrating The 43rd Navy Day In India.

Commemorating the exceptional naval triumph on Karachi harbor during the Indo-Pak war of 1971, India celebrates the 43rd Navy Day, today. The tribute that has been scheduled to take place in Visakhapatnam, where as per the reports, as many as 20 ships, 23 aircrafts and a submarine have exhibited...

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Cricket: The Game And The Blows

The death of Phillip Hughes is undoubtedly one of the most tragic moments in the history cricket. Other cases of injuries and wounds abound in the past including Mike Gatting’s broken nose while being struck by one of Marshall Malcom’s deliveries in 1986. These have in turn raised questions...

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Ban Bouncers: An Unrealistic Solution

The reality is that over the past few decades, the gentleman’s game has undergone vast improvements in relation to the security of players. These safety measures have rendered cricket safer than it has ever been. In the early 1990’s only one bouncer per over was allowed. This was increased...

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Badlapur Teaser: Varun Dhawan Steals The Screen

The much-awaited Badlapur teaser is finally out and the trailer showcases a promising trailer. Starring Varun Dhawan , Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Yami Gautam and Huma Qureshi, Badlupur is a thriller film set in Badlapur district in Thane, Maharashtra. The film is directed by Sriram Raghuvan who has risen to fame...

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Over 102 Dead In Kano Mosque Blasts

A doctor on November 29, 2014 told reporters that more than 150 people got injured, and a lot of people dropped off in multiple explosions that hit the Kano Mosque on Friday. One can conjure up the situation in Nigeria from the fact that hundreds of people are in...

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Problem of Anorexia Nervosa

Different people give different excuses. Some might say that they actually don’t feel hungry while others might say that they are on a diet and are working towards losing weight. But it all usually boils down to one thing, Anorexia Nervosa.

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Ebola Epidemic: No Empathy For Africa

The Ebola outbreak has been termed the deadliest yet with it having majorly affected the people of western Africa. The World Health Organisation (WHO) in an official statement released on Thursday said that the epidemic has taken a total of 5,689 lives so far since its outbreak in December...

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Blasphemy Laws Making Pakistan Murkier

The actress participated in a pretend marriage on a Geo TV show in which musicians sang a devotional song related to the wedding of Prophet Muhammad’s daughter. She, along with her husband, Asad Bashir Khan, and the chief of the country's biggest media group, Mir Shakil-ur-Rahman, have been each...

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Why Rap Music Isn’t Dead In India

Raftaar invites us to a clinic on how to rap well. Few emcees have access to such a wide skill set. He spits his verses in seamless fashion and yet manages to integrate a powerful storytelling element. His final verse is an outstanding demonstration of rap at its zenith.

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World Awakening To The Myth Of Bill Cosby?

However, what seems disturbing is that people are having a hard time seeing their beloved comedian in the image of a criminal. Many have discarded the allegations by the victims as “cheap tricks” to earn easy money and a shortcut to fame. Such backlash against the victims is bothersome...

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Dive Into Your Career

Self Contained Under Water Breathing Apparatus, popularly known as SCUBA diving is not a run-of-the-mill kind of a career option. To pursue a career in this field, all you need is love for the sea, its vast flora and fauna and a bit of an adventurous spirit; although there...

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Unfriendly Video Games

Not all video game players are victims to such problems; it’s only the addicts who face such consequences. In a recent analysis, statistics show that almost 65 percent of video game addicts are obese. Video games do have beneficial effects too, if used moderately. There are games such as...

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Pet Adoption: A Solution And A Reward

At the same time, there are countless homeless and stray animals across India that are in desperate need of proper shelter and care. There are dogs, cats, birds, rabbits, frogs, hamsters, and many more—both stray and domestic—that are put up for adoption, yet are unable to find kind owners...

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Something Is Wrong About Cricket In India

In India, cricket is always in the headlines, but it has been there for all the controversial reasons since last year. The sport has lost a lot of credibility. The structure and involvement of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) officials in IPL team ownerships has...

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The Indian Pharmaceuticals

The Indian Pharmaceutical Industry today is in the front rank of India’s science-based industries. It has wide ranging capabilities in the complex field of drug manufacture and technology. It is directly related with health of people and therefore it has inherent value being an important and a highly organized...

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Career Option: A Paradox Unsolved

Innumerable times we have heard a medical student cursing the progenitor of biology and allied subjects, the same applies to engineers and many other wannabe professionals. I carry no ancestral roots to Einstein, Newton and the like, yet the fact remains that Newton studied and formulated theories of motion...

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Parents Kill Daughter: So Much For Honour!

According to the Firstpost, Bhawna Yadav was a 21-year-old Delhi University Sanskrit student enrolled with Shri Venkateswara College. She was in a relationship with Abhishek, a 24-year-old Punjabi boy pursuing Computer Application; Abhishek was also working as an assistant programmer at Rashtrapati Bhavan. Bhawna had made it clear that...

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No Time For Gym?

One of the simplest ways to begin getting fitter is running; it is typically possible regardless of where you live. All you’ll have to do is to invest in a good pair of running shoes so that you can avoid injuring your joints, but besides that you won’t need...

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Inception Of Entrepreneurship

We managed to design a shoddy product that I know didn’t exist and maybe could be a rage if it did. The marketing strategies were there in place and so was the pricing. The allotted time was nearing its end and with great reluctance we handed over our “piece...

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Reuse And Recycle

India produces about 3, 80,000 tones of e-waste per annum, which includes only the waste generated from television sets, mobile phones and computers; a major chunk of these come from organisations. E-waste produced in India includes over 100,000 tones from refrigerators, 275,000 tones from TVs, 56,300 tones from...

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Retail Biz On A Rise

Retailing as an industry first emerged in US. After the Second World War and with the emergence of the suburbs in the US and Canada the concept of supermarkets and specialty Chains came into being. Indian retailing has come to light as one of the most profitable retail markets...

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Free Love In A Free Country

So what is wrong with falling in love? Many would say there is absolutely nothing wrong in it. It is one the most fundamental human emotions. No one can or ever has lived without loving anyone. It is a fact which can never be questioned. But, why then are...

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A Tryst With Adventure

It maybe starting an inn in a small village in Manali, or a cafe in Goa or simply touring the country, giving people a thirst for adventure; a taste of what nature has to offer. Adventure tourism is finding new grounds in India. There is a sudden surge of...

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Life And Ambition

In India especially, ambition is very highly regarded; greater the ambition, greater the respect one is likely to get. Ambition has a hierarchy of its own. Being ambitious, being driven by high aim is considered to be synonymous with being confident, audacious, and people look up to you as...

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Broken Internet, Broken Mind

As the probe makes way for landing, it suffers a bounce or two. The landing is far from perfect, but the imminent aim is achieved. The “bouncy” touch-down marks the first successful landing ever by a probe on a comet. The Philae Lander, much like its name, “philanders” on...

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