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New York Precinct " THE SEVEN FIVE "

Spend an evening with former members of New York’s finest, Officer Michael Dowd and Officer Walter Yurkiw; who in the 80’s became two of the most dangerous drug dealers in uniform. 340 more words

Martyr's Day: Remembering Bapu

Lots of conspiracies came up when Baapu was assassinated by Nathuram Godse on 30th January 1948, a few months after we gained Independence. We proudly talk about Gandhi’s contributions in Indian freedom struggle but do we really know the facts about him. 383 more words


Epics of India, We Indians are Unaware of

The Indian Epics are treasures of Indian literature then why aren’t we aware of the greatest epics barring Mahabharata and Ramayana?  Though Ramayana and Mahabharata were born in India, but they belong to the collective dream of all Asians. 472 more words


Movies That Came Ahead of Their Time

Here is a list of movies that we think would have done much better if released later –

Pyaasa: The whole concept of existentialism was dug and presented in the soulful song of the movie… 1,453 more words


Latest Releases You Wouldn't Want To Miss!

Hello Lazy Pumpkins!

Have winters numbed you down and restricted your stay indoors? Are you getting bored and have nothing to do?

So, here we bring to you the fabulous 5 latest releases of 2016. 669 more words

Critically Acclaimed

Erin Brockovich, 2000

Erin Brockovich, released in 2000, is a critically acclaimed biographical film that dramatises the true story of Erin Brockovich, who fought against the corporation Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E). 326 more words

Jazz: Melding Beauty into Beauty

Music deeper than what meets the ear: Jazz – rhythmic, formal, and harmonic.

In “Ruby, my dear” performed by the jazz icons, John Coltrane and Thelonious Monk, it is almost like an amorous conversation between the dour, soothing saxophone and the elegant, sophisticated piano. 106 more words

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