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 I love movies. And when I say movies it includes all kinds, right from  the sallu flicks to the thought provoking movies. Off late Salman Khan has been at the receiving end due to his mindless action flicks and people have started appreciating movies with dark humour, e.g. Gangs of Wasseypur (I and II). Had
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IAS Day after day a new scam is unearthed, a new ministry is implicated, and the govt is questioned. In 2G scam, conveniently the whole blame was shifted on A. Raja . Earlier whenever a scam came out in the open, only the bureaucrats were framed. One will be imprisoned; a few will be transferred
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  IKEA has been in the news for quite some time. Indian law states that for anything more than 51% investment, 30% source must be from domestic cottage enterprises. They have requested this 30% to be relaxed over a 10 year period, so that they can establish themselves here and gradually increase their domestic dependence.
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  We share the same sky we share the same sun we walk the same earth and drink the same water We think different hence have different opinions our ideas differ and they have to cause if everything was the same, things would have been too sane what would be the point of a discussion
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Yesterday night on Times Now on Newshour Mr. Arnab Goswami, had in his hands a 1300 page report (as usual) made by tax auditors. Only this time the one being audited was none other than the self imposed, anti-corruption crusader Baba Ramdev.  To be specific it was one of his organisations – Patanjali. I was
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We speak of independence; celebrate it, while our fellow Indians have to face hatred, live in fear. What independence are we talking about, if fear rules our mind, what is the use of such an independence day when a person is abused by his own people. When decisions are to be made in fear, when
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What a week it was, andyet it is far from over. First north-east suffered from a blackout then north India joined them. It is claimed to be the worst blackout in the history of independent India affecting half of the Indian population, roughly around 670 million not much just around 10% of the world’s population.
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A few days back was Amelia Earhart’s 115th birthday, the woman who was not the first woman to fly but was the first person to fly solo. She has many firsts accredited to her. And whenever she was not flying she promoted flying among women all over America. She took part in many a flying
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The news is rife with the most recent molestation that took place in the city of Guwahati. Facebook is full of pages and people sharing images of the molesters and abusing them. Everyone is condemning this ghastly act, bashing police for late, inadequate action and rightly so. These incidents happen on a daily basis. Few
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