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    PostIndia is a book we wish to write that would delve into the Indian psyche and find the common threads the runs through the diversity of this magnificent nation. It seeks to tell the story of our great nation, its bustling cities, its myriad by lanes and of the people that inhabit it. A lot has been written about India, and a lot more will be, but we wish to explore what it means for you to be part of this country and some place you call home. Tell us about the place you come from, the place you go to work and the experiences that you have along the way. In a place as diverse as ours one could not help but be daubed with colors, black and white, saffron and green, and a multitude of colors along the way.There is an India that exists in us, a very personal India that exists only in our hearts and minds. One that no one would talk about normally. PostIndia is a project to unravel that India.Do write back with your views, experiences, photographs and grandmother tales.You can [...]
    This is the twenty-fifth film I saw at the 19th Busan International Film Festival.Gosh, I really regretted picking this film. I didn't remember why I picked it when the movie started as I had forgotten the synopsis, but soon I understood why: the film deals with a group of filmmakers who are finding the business rather difficult to get into.Except that the whole thing is just rather aimless and boring. Our main character is Sang-seok, who is in ennui. His friend Jae-ho decides that he's not getting enough roles as an actor, so why not make their own films? So Jae-ho pulls together just a few friends who constitute his skeleton crew, but doesn't know a thing about directing, and annoys his DP by not getting location permits first, and perplexes his actress when she saw that they're filming with an iPhone. By the middle of the film the little filmmaking venture Jae-ho is attempting has clearly fallen apart.Then the film changes direction with its story; it's not a [...]
    This is the twenty-fourth film I saw at the 19th Busan International Film Festival. This was the film I gave up Boyhood for. If only I had been able to get into an earlier screening, I wouldn't have to make such compromises, sigh …It's nothing more than a documentary that shows us the going-ons of London's National Gallery. I have fond memories of the place, it's probably my favourite of London's museums or galleries. I was never good at art, nor did I have the aptitude for art appreciation, but I remember feeling happy walking past all those paintings and looking at them. One of the paintings, a portrait of a young man, had caused me to halt my steps and stare at it longer than usual. I was happy to see it again in the film, made me smile.Well, having been there, what does this film offer that's special? Besides showing us the gallery space and the visitors who look at the paintings and the guides who explain to the members of the public the stories behind the [...]
    This is the twenty-third film I saw at the 19th Busan International Film Festival. It marks the first time I've seen a Mohsen Makhmalbaf film. It's not too bad.It's a really nice idea for a film, and one that taps into the zeitgeist. A dictator rules his country with an iron fist. Unfortunately at this point I fell asleep for about fifteen minutes, but in between I was vaguely aware of two women in the dictator's limousine arguing bitchily, presumably the dictator's daughters. I read in a synopsis later on that later on the dictator would order the entire city's lights to be switched off as a prank, then finds to his surprise that it couldn't be switched back on. This was the straw that broke the oppressed citizens back, who finally revolt and launch a revolution to overthrew the dictator.When I woke up, it was for the scene when the revolution begins. Travelling in the limo with his grandson, who at 5 years old has been trained to be respond to His Royal Highness and [...]
    Kailash Satyarthi and Malala Yusufzai have won the Nobel Prize for Peace. It is a victory for all the children who are denied their very basic rights, children who have no voice, children who are used and abused, children whose rights are hijacked with impunity. It is truly celebration time for all those, who like us at Project Why believe that every child has the right to a childhood, a right to go to school, to play and laugh and a right to dream. We have strived for the past 3 decades to ensure that the children who walk into the doors of Project Why dare to dream.The two laureates are crusaders who are fighting to end child labour and trafficking in any form and ensure that every girl goes to school. The reason we need to celebrate is that with the Nobel Prize, these issues have come out of the closet and are now centre stage. We cannot shy away from them even if we want to and that is cause to celebrate. The office of Bachpan Bachao Andolan is close to ours and I have [...]
    NEW DELHI: The Narendra Modi government, which believes itself to be efficient and hard working, got a slap on the wrist on Thursday from the Supreme Court which said it behaved like 'Kumbhakarna', the mythological character who loved sleeping for long periods, and 19th century story character 'Rip Van Winkle', who shirked hard work. A bench of Justices Dipak Misra and R F Nariman compared the Union government to these two characters while frowning upon the ministry of environment and forests' for failing to submit a report despite grant of two months time on the biodiversity impact of 24 hydro-electric projects on Alaknanda and Bhagirathi river basins in Uttarakhand. The court had stayed work on these projects awaiting the report. "The report should have been here. It is the fault of the Union government. You are behaving like Kumbhakarna. We are at a loss to understand why the Union government has not placed the report before us. What is your intention? So [...]
    Note:Shreyas was recommended at 69 bucks to members, hardly 2 weeks ago.Company since then has moved quite a bit and ended the last trading day at 88 bucks(up 3% in Friday's trade).The target penned was 97rs but with falling crude prices and considering the 'Sudden interest" of some of my big HNI acquaintances,the same is raised to 130 rs.So open blog readers,there's nearly 50% gain to pocket up folks.Stock tip:-Scripscan:Shreyas Shipping & Logistics LtdTraded in:Nse-bseCMP:69rsTarget:130rsDuration:6-10 monthsPercentage return:85%Quote:This note has been penned by my elder brother Ram,who also happens to be a member of mine.He is an amazing research guy and counts in my list superior to many renowned analysts.With assimilation of my thoughts,here's the quintessence.Note:As you all know,am bullish on the entire logistics sector.Previously recommended the likes of Gati,TCI and Balmer lawrie of the world.Its the time for Shreyas now.Company: Shreyas Shipping & [...]
    Here is the First look of the most glamourous Sonakshi Sinha in movie Action Jackson. Sonakshi moves from being the desi beauty in Prabhu Dheva’s last film R…Rajkumar to a completely glam avatar in his upcoming film Action Jackson. We bring you her exclusive look from her recent shoot in Austria, for which she seems ... The post First look of the most glamourous Sonakshi Sinha in Action Jackson appeared first on Bollyone.com.
    In Object Oriented Programming word, whenever there is clash between names, programmers prefix it with another name to make whole phrase unique. If there is a clash between function names, prefixing with object names them unique in that space. If there is clash between different objects of different classes, concept of namespaces comes to rescue. […] The post Venkat Chicken Gravy appeared first on Aayis Recipes.
    Ek Villain and Haider movie actress Shraddha kapoor sizzles on the cover page of Star Week October 2014 Magazine. Riding high on the success of her latest release, ‘Haider’, Shraddha Kapoor oozes sex appeal as she appears on the cover of a bollywood magazine. Her next forthcoming movie ABCD 2 with Varun dhawan in which ... The post Shraddha kapoor on the cover page of Star Week October 2014 Magazine appeared first on Bollyone.com.
    Happy Ending is the next upcoming Bollywood movie in which Saif and Ileana playing the lead role. One of the most funniest scenes of the movie is between Ileana and Saif, in which Saif Ali Khan teaches Ileana Dcruz how to ask for a hitch hike and help her to get the lift on the ... The post Ileana D’Cruz Strips for a Lift in Happy Ending Movie appeared first on Bollyone.com.
    Kanthanpara waterfalls, Wayanad was an unplanned visit. After realizing the hard way that Meenmutty and Chetalayam falls are closed, made an impulsive decision to visit Kanthapara falls, on seeing a roadside board that indicated it is about 2 kms from the main road.The first impression was not good. A small stream of what you see below. But soon we realized that we need to walk few hundred meters downstream to see the main falls.Below are some photos of the Kanthanpara waterfalls. It was worth all the effort and compensated well for the other waterfalls we couldn't visit.On Map Phantom Rock, Wayanad * 
    Got my copy of Half Girlfriend last week Wednesday, just in time for train journey to Blr. Read it in bits all through the Wayanad trip and managed to finish reading it by Sunday. It took another week to make some time and compile this review.As you know already by now the book is pretty good and worth a read. The first 80 odd pages felt very typical of a Bollywood movie without anything substantial. Boy from small town comes to Delhi, happens to meet a beautiful girl, starts liking her, girl doesn’t want this love business, relationship goes bad, girl gets married… This part doesn’t have anything new, so I got a feeling that this book is just another typical love story with one and only uniqueness being the term “half girlfriend”But story gets interesting in the second part, with our hero Madhav Jha returning to hometown with a though of helping his mother in running the school. Challenges of running a village school with no government support, lack of basic [...]
    The red circled person is the HERO we are talking about.NARENDRA MODI HAS ASKED THE PEOPLE TO VOTE FOR A DONOn Thursday, such a fact came to light.Addressing three to four rallies a day, Narendra Modi held a rally to win support for a hardened criminal in Rahuri.The Prime Minister asked for support for a candidate by the name of Shivaji Kardile.More than a dozen criminal cases have been filed against which include kidnapping and murder.He was the sitting MLA from Rahuri and the BJP has again given him the ticket to stand from there.Prime Minister Narendra Modi has appealed to the electorate not to vote for for criminal candidates of the Congress Party and the NCP. In the same rally, he has appealed to the people to vote for Shivaji Kardile.
    Maharashtra Election Watch and Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) have analysed the self-sworn affidavits of 2336 candidates out of 4119 candidates who are contesting in the Maharashtra Assembly Elections of 2014.​​Find the following attachments along with this mail;Report on Criminal, financial and other background details of candidates contesting in the Maharashtra Assembly elections 2014Annexure 1 ​Asset Details of High Asset CandidatesAnnexure 2 Details of Candidates with Serious Criminal Cases​Criminal BackgroundCandidates with Criminal Cases: Out of the 2336 candidates analysed, 798 (34%) candidates have declared criminal cases against themselves. Out of 1318 candidates fielded by INC, BJP, MNS, Shiv Sena and NCP, 640 (49%) candidates have declared criminal cases against themselves. During the previous Maharashtra Assembly elections in 2009, out of 698 candidates fielded by INC, BJP, MNS, Shiv Sena and NCP, 352 (50%) [...]
    Ah! the little joys of life. One of them being when your perennial favorite brand launches a new collection. And along with the new collection, they launch a brand new web store. You think that's all the joy you could handle in a day, but wait, there's more. To add to the festive cheer, they also offer a fabulous discount to you and to your splendid readers. Well, I am extremely overjoyed. To put it mildly. It's taking all my poise and restrain to not inundate this paragraph with happy exclamation marks and add in twinkling stars and chirpy birds and fluffy kittens while I am at it. Read on to know all about my top-of-the-lust-list brand - Coppre, and the passion with which Coppre's team is reviving and making relevant the old age tradition and skill of metal crafting. Not only will you fall in love with Coppre's beautifully hand crafted products, but I will also share the discount code that you can use to bring these goodies into your home, at the click of a [...]
    The producers of “Tamanchey” (Guns) are being sued by a man who claims to have directed the film but hasn’t been credited for it. That is hardly new or surprising in an industry not known for respecting writers and directors. What’s really baffling is that someone would actually want to take credit for this appalling gangster film.
    Love him or hate him, you cannot ignore him. If you’re in India, the chances are that there’s at least one of his novels on your bookshelf or one of his columns in the newspaper in front of you on the table. If you still haven’t escaped him, there are tons of interviews lately like this one showing up in front of you.
    I picked up the following books on Sunday:1. 'Emma' by Jane Austen2. 'Mister Johnson' by Joyce Cary3. 'Face of the Morning' by Ganeshwar Mishra4. 'All About H.Hatterr' by GV Desaniand also 'My Mistress's Sparrow is Dead' ed Jeffrey Euginides on Friday last at a bookstore. Since my son took the camera and the iPad along with him to Puducherry and will be back on Monday I plan to do a detailed post along with the pictures of the book covers on Tuesday. Come back on Tuesday
    by Viral Shah. From 2010, I worked in the Aadhaar project for three years. This helped me learn how Government works and how it does not. The one big takeaway from my experience of working with the Executive arm of the Government was that to bring about true and lasting change, to restructure our defunct institutions and build new ones, one needs to engage with the Legislative arm, with politicians. Politics in India is a cottage industry. Everybody loves to talk about it; most are cynical; very little is known about how things actually work. The professional ways of working -- which are found in business, science and slowly in government -- are least visible in politics. In particular, the crucible of politics -- the election campaign -- is just black art. In the last 20 years, we have seen family businesses get shaken up, professionalise, and embrace technology and process engineering. We have seen some parts of government do the same. We have seen [...]
    After humshaakals Saif is back with his genre romantic comedy in his upcoming film Happy Ending. Directed by duo Raj Nidimoru and Krishna D.K., Happy Ending also stars Ileana D’Cruz, Kalki Koechlin and Ranvir Shorey in key roles. The film is slated to hit the screens on Nov 28. The post Happy Ending Movie New Posters appeared first on Bollyone.com.
    Saif Ali Khan, Ileana D’Cruz and Kalki Koechlin attended the vifrp trailer launch of their upcoming Bollywood movie “Happy Ending”. Happy Ending is an upcoming Hindi romance comedy film directed by Raj Nidimoru and Krishna D.K. and produced by Illuminati Films. The film stars Saif Ali Khan, Ileana D’Cruz, Govinda, Ranvir Shorey and Kalki Koechlin ... The post Saif, Ileana & Kalki at Happy Ending movie launch appeared first on Bollyone.com.
    Bollywood actress Esha Gupta during the unveiling of the fifh edition of The Hindu Bridal Mantra magazine, in Mumbai, India on October 9, 2014. Dressed in a red pencil skirt and crop top, Esha looked lovely and so cute in that dress but we think there was way too much red in this look. The post Esha Gupta unveils 5th edition of Hindu Bridal Mantra appeared first on Bollyone.com.
    Today the Financial Express has a story, where LED bulbs costing Rs.400 will be sold at Rs.10 with the government paying for the difference. Does this make sense? I think it does not, and that this situation calls for a lot more sophistication in thinking about public policy. What's the market failure? The first and obvious place where this spending program fails to make the grade is on the question of public goods. I get a gift of Rs.390 to have a LED bulb, I benefit. The bulb is a private good. A gift to people who buy LED bulbs is as wrong as government spending on other private goods. Just as we criticise a government which runs health clinics for perambulatory care, we should criticise the government when it gifts money to people for the folks who buy LED bulbs. This is just the faddish thinking of one bunch of hausfraus running policy versus another. The guiding question, in all design of government, should be: What's the market failure? I am not able to [...]
    Red Hot deepika Padukone walks the red carpet in backless dress at Star Box Office India Awards 2014. These days the actress is busy in the promotion of her next upcoming movie “Happy New Year”. In which she is playing the lead actress role opposite shahrukh khan, this one is her third movie with SRK ... The post Red Hot Deepika Padukone at Star Box Office India Awards 2014 appeared first on Bollyone.com.
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