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Pink vs Wrong Side Raju: Comparative movie reviews

Comparative movie reviews of two courtroom drama movies - Pink and Wrong Side Raju

Last week I happened to watch two movies which can be loosely categorized as courtroom dramas. Both movies had strong backing! While ‘Pink’ was backed by Shoojit Sircar and Amitabh Bachchan; ‘Wrong Side Raju’ (WSR) was backed by Phantom (Anurag Kashyap, Vikramaditya Motwane, Vikas Bahl) and Cineman (Abhishek Jain, Mikhil …

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A Fangirl Review of The Cursed Child


The last time I completed a book within a day, I was sixteen – then life found me and my reading time was considerably shorter. But the return of Harry Potter series in the form of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child required me to shut everything out and read. …

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Angry Birds: My Perspective

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Angry Birds is the story of a bird village on an island filled with happy flightless birds. They have a protector called The Mighty Eagle that whom they doubt to be imaginary. As all they know about him is that he lives up in the tallest mountain beside the wisdom …

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Harry Potter and the Little Girl: J.K. Rowling Tribute


On the occasion of J.K. Rowling’s birthday, here is a poem about how Harry Potter series influenced my life and changed me from being a fearful, lonesome introvert who was too scared to share her thoughts and ideas to a confident person who was able to write her own story …

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A Poet’s Tribute to the dotty Luna Lovegood

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Let me introduce to a girl, amusingly eccentric, In the world of wizardry, witchcraft and magic, Her ways unconventional, Her beliefs sensational, She is truly unique! Her pale eyebrows on fleek. She is the anti-Hermione. With her knack of embarrassing honesty, Her eyes explore the alternate version of magical reality. …

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The Incredible Media: Who’s the Inventor?

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Don’t trust the media. You have heard that enough times already. The thought that newspapers, television or the internet are authentic sources of information is an idea that influences a vast majority of people.  Well, I am not going to lecture you about how news is deceiving you and how …

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Fantastic Creations: A J.K. Rowling Tribute


Describing the art of writing, E. L. Doctorow stated, “Good writing is supposed to evoke sensation in the reader – not the fact that it is raining, but the feeling of being rained upon.” One of the writers that come to my mind which made me experience the story in …

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Eliza’s Melancholy, A Woman’s Desolation

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On the occasion of G. B. Shaw’s birthday, who was a remarkable playwright with sharp and often precisely analytic views about the society, here is a poem inspired by one of his characters Eliza Doolittle as a tribute to the phenomenal writer. What is my worth? Contemplating since birth Am …

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Musical Intelligence: Blending Technicality with the Unknown

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Characterized by perception, consciousness, self-awareness, and volition, human intelligence can be defined as an intellectual capacity of a human being to learn, understand, conceive, and implement. Based on thoughts and experiences, humans develop their intelligence and use the same as a key element in decision-making, problem-solving and in many other …

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Scope of Technology in Rural India: Digital Empowerment


Rural India is the most ignored yet rawest part of this country. As per data census, there are more than 600,000 villages in India and the development of these villages can bring about the overall development of our nation.  This one reason is why rural development is an integral part …

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Character Analysis: Homunculus


Being an avid anime watcher, I just had to do this to an anime antagonist. I recently re-watched the anime series, Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood. Those who watch anime surely must’ve heard of this name. It is truly a masterpiece. The story revolves around two brothers on a journey to get their …

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Bracing for the Worst and the Coup that Wasn’t

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Like many other coups, the one in Turkey last Friday had failure written all over it, right from the moment it began. There was no serious attempt to seize power or muzzle the administration, no leader ready to take over the cudgels, no communication between the plotters, no propaganda over …

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Fiction and Escapism


  When the screaming obscenities, I started to hear, I knew that the time was near, And soon I was held close to her bosom as a dear, “With you,” Whispered my owner, “Reality, I need not fear.” – For the love of books — Once upon a time, I …

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New World Order: A Conspiracy Theory


“National Socialism will use its own revolution for the establishing of ‘a new world order’, “said Adolph Hitler, a German Chancellor who led the Nazi party from 1933 to 1945. Reading this, I felt curious to know about ‘a new world order’ and started browsing for the facts behind the …

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Barbarians as Leaders: The Legacy of the Vikings


You may all have heard about a powerful barbaric race known as the Vikings, whether it be from history textbooks or the scintillating TV series by the same name. These pagans and barbarians inhabited the European regions of Scandinavia, Norway, Sweden and Denmark. They were a feared and ruthless people, …

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