Monthly Archives: January 2016

An experiment with truth is always worth making it

Today it’s become a fashion to curse Mahatma Gandhi, the Father of the Nation of India. Perhaps a sizable chunk of our generation born in free India, especially after the seventies, considers him only as the root cause of many … Continue reading

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An idealistic suspense thriller

Today is the birthday of Preity Zinta whom I consider as one of the most talented heroines of her time. This Lyril girl debuted in Bollywood through Maniratnam’s Dil Se .. (1998) and her dimples stole the hearts of millions … Continue reading

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My favourite SRK starrer

Shah Rukh Khan is the superstar of today, who started his acting career from TV serials and on getting the right break, climbed on to the sky of wealth and fame, just like a fairy. He has many super-duper hit … Continue reading

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Gandhian values of life can never be outdated

Today is Shaheed Divas, the day of sacrifice of our beloved Baapu and the Father of the Nation of India, i.e., Mahatma Gandhi. On this occasion, I am reviewing a 16 years old movie which I had watched on the … Continue reading

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They also have a right to live, don’t they ?

In my blog¬†¬†‘Soft Targets’, I have highlighted this fact that the poor and innocent animals who are killed for the sake of their flesh and skin by the human-beings are also a soft target like many others. The so-called animal … Continue reading

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Soft targets

The attack of Swami Swaroopanand, the Shankaracharya of Dwaarkapeeth on Saibaba and his devotees prompted me to pen this long overdue post without further delay. For a pretty long time, I had been planning to write this blog. Swami Swaroopanand’s … Continue reading

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Land is the mother for an Indian peasant

While reading about the Indian economy as a part of my syllabus during B. Com., I learnt that the Indian economy as well as the Indian agriculture is termed as a gamble on monsoon (i.e., the rainy winds entering India … Continue reading

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