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India calls for 'quota-based resource base' for IMF
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India calls for 'quota-based resource base' for IMF

Washington/New Delhi : Calling for a timely review of the International Monetary Fund (IMF)'s quota system, India has urged for the creation of a robust quota-based permanent resource base for the multilateral lender to mitigate risks to the international ... Sify, 1 day ago

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Nanu Ki Jaanu review: Of boring bhoots & blah bullies

'This mess is an all boo, no show,' says Sukanya Verma. For the first ten minutes, Abhay Deol is an insufferable lout and professional extortionist. And going by that disastrous attempt to shake his booty, an awful dancer too. Ten minutes later, he is the nicest man in Noida. Not only does he rush to provide urgent medical attention to a badly hurt victim of a road accident, but loses all sleep and spleen following her prompt demise. Without his swaggering impressions, business is going bust.
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Westworld 2 review: Faster, bigger, better sci-fi television

Westworld 's premiere season took the concept of prestige TV to new heights. In the process, it ran the risk of losing casual viewers with its meta storylines, slow pace, and cautious handling of the parallel storyline. In the second season, showrunners ...
 DNA1 week ago The Peripheral: 'Westworld' creators are adapting new sci-fi novel for Amazon  DNA6 days ago

Should you buy Nokia 8 Sirocco for Rs 49,999?

Khalid Anzar reviews the unconventional flagship smartphone. Photograph: Courtesy nokia.com Finnish mobile phone manufacturer Nokia earlier had a knack for rolling out devices with unconventional designs and form factors. However, its game plan seems to have changed a little since another Finnish company, HMD Global, took it over to resurrect the dying Nokia brand. In the past year, HMD Global has rolled out almost a dozen devices -- smartphones and feature phones. The range earlier ...
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Beyond the Clouds Review: Ishaan Khatter shows promise

Alternating between brat and boy, deception and decency, Ishaan Khatter speaks with a passion that will be heard Beyond the Clouds, predicts Sukanya Verma. A large billboard peddling a sweet deal looms above a flyover's fast moving traffic until a speck of a man's silhouette comes in broad view. The camera draws out and zooms under bypass to reveal a scruffy street rat and his shady preoccupations. As he vrooms past on his pal's bike against an endless pipeline to pursue his awry ambitions, ...
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Ready Player One Movie Review

The division of his professional life into two neat halves - as a kiddie movie director of films like ‘E.T.’, ‘Jaws’ and‘Jurassic Park’ and as an adult art film maker of ‘The Colour Purple’ and ‘Lincoln’ - has turned Steven Spielberg a ...
 Open Magazine1 week ago Baaghi 2 Movie Review  Open Magazine3 weeks ago Ready Player One Review: Spielberg's love song is a thumping joyride  Rediff.com3 weeks ago First Pacific Rim Uprising. Then Ready Player One. Why are movies being cancelled in India?  catchnews.com3 days ago

October Movie Review

Towards the end of the month of October in Delhi, the night jasmine - ‘raat ki rani’ - ends its short life. White blossoms lie scattered across gardens and walls and roads. This movie is a delicately composed ‘raag’ to the brevity of this flower’s ...
 Open Magazine1 week ago
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Review: October is a wonder

'October is the month when the sweet-smelling flower, known as parijat, shiuli, harsingar, night jasmine or prajakta, enters bloom.''But the lesson of love and loss in Shoojit Sircar's poignant drama is likely to linger all year long,' says Sukanya Verma. We live in the times of apathy and desolation. We rage and recover. We mourn and move on. It is the age of instant gratification and short-lived woe. Shoojit Sircar's October speaks to a thick-skinned audience with life-affirming simplicity.
 Rediff.com1 week ago

US to review trade preferences for India, Indonesia and Kazakhstan

The United States said today it was considering revoking import preferences for India, Indonesia and Kazakhstan over concerns about trade barriers and worker rights.Exports from those countries could lose duty-free access to the US market if the US Trade ...
 Business Standard1 week ago
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Crime against eves down by 12%: Gulabchand Kataria

A monthly review meeting of the police department was held on Wednesday under the Chairmanship of Home Minister Gulabchand Kataria for the prevention of crime incidents in the state. Presiding over the meeting, Gulabchand Kataria discussed with senior police ...
 DNA1 week ago
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