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  • From Haseena Parker to Sanjay Dutt, 15 upcoming biopics to watch out for

    After action, romance, comedy, horror and crime, Bollywood is now investing and experimenting more on biographical dramas. Biopics are quite popular in Bollywood lately. Whether, it is of freedom fighters, politicians, sport stars, underworld dons, businessmen or outlaws, they in one way or the other draw inspiration for a common man like you and me. The huge success of biopics such as Sonam Kapoor’s Neerja, Sushant Singh Rajput’s MS Dhoni and Aamir

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    Indian Air Force Day: 5 Bollywood films with air force connection

    We tend to leave behind the patriotism in us in our day to day life. It appears only twice either during an India-Pakistan match or while we watch reports on border issues. For a country like India where citizens don’t have an easy access to knowledge when it comes to armed forces, there is Bollywood which spun stories which portray (at least try to) air force’s internal mechanisms and the life of

  • RaGa 2.0: Will Rahul Gandhi’s revitalised approach help Congress win Lok Sabha Elections 2019?

    After a few months sabbatical, a rejuvenated Rahul Gandhi has transformed himself to such an extent, where he has surprised his critics and his admirers, too. The new-found aggression with which he has been targeting the NDA government at Centre in general, and Prime Minister Narendra Modi in particular, we are seeing a new avatar of the Congress Vice President.

  • ‘Legends are born in October’, or are they?

    Since October 1, I have called, or texted, at least one person daily to wish them birthday. Some of them have been close friends with whom I keep in touch regularly; some long-lost ones. Now, claiming to be a writer meant a simple ‘Hello, happy birthday dear’ was too simple for the egotist in me.

  • The true meaning of prayer & the mighty Om

    We all pray or have prayed at least once in our life. It is a discipline that has come down generations in every culture. Different cultures have different chants. However, the practice of praying has now become a mere routine.

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    Just three films old, Bhumi Pednekar is breaking stereotypes

    Three-film-old actress Bhumi Pednekar, who played an overweight married woman in her debut movie “Dum Laga Ke Haisha”, says she has been able to break the stereotype in Bollywood about heroines.

  • Exploring the unseen faces of protests

    Filmmaker Samarth Mahajan of Kahaani Wale explores the human faces behind the culture of agitation in the country through a social media campaign, writes Shillpi A Singh 

  • Stop wasting food, share the plate!

    At a time when India is fighting malnutrition and poverty, it’s sad to see people wasting food during social gatherings. But there are few who bear the torch on awareness, writes Vibha Singh

  • Don’t mind be typecast as a villain: Judwaa 2 actor Vivan Bhatena

    Actor Vivan Bhatena, who was last seen in Athiya Shetty and Sooraj Pancholi-starrer “Hero”, as the villain, has once again played the role of an antagonist in the box office hit “Judwaa 2”.  A-model-turned-actor, Vivan is a popular face on television, and has been seen in quite a few films lately including last year’s Aamir Khan-starrer “Dangal”. With “Judwaa 2”, touching the Rs 100 crore mark, Vivan talks about embracing success

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    Smart Home Automation Safety Tips

    Smart home automation technology can offer homeowners peace of mind, convenience and efficiency, making it possible to automate systems and equipment ranging from home security to thermostats. With a smartphone acting as a control center, homeowners can remotely monitor video cameras, lock or unlock doors, turn on lights or automatically shut off the water to their home if a leak is detected

  • The Banker whose Art is Worth more Zeroes than you can Count

    Krishen Khanna lives in a beautiful bungalow in the tony DLF 1 neighborhood of Gurgaon. As I ring the doorbell, I expect to be ushered in by the house-help. But the door is held open by the legend himself. Krishen Khanna. Art maestro. Genius. Padma Sri. Padma Bhushan. 92 years of age. Yet, ram-rod straight. With film-star good looks. A full head of classy white hair, gracefully parted. A twinkle in his

  • Rasayana Cikitsa: Rejuvenation Therapy

    The physical strength and health of a person never remains constant. At a certain stage, growth rate and development of the body is very fast while in other stages it becomes slow or even arrested. Sometimes a condition arises when, instead of development, the body starts decaying. The same is the condition of physical strength in the body. At various levels of age, strength of the body also changes. On this basis,

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    Time management apps to organise your life

    Here are few time management apps to help you free up your schedule, find time for your personal life, and focus on getting your work done.