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Review: Bhopal: A Prayer For Rain is a haunting film

Review: Bhopal: A Prayer For Rain is a haunting film

The images of those who suffered in the industrial disaster will stay with you for quite some time, says Prasanna D Zore. Director Ravi Kumar’s Bhopal: A Prayer For Rain was in the cans for almost four years before a distributor took up the project. Now that it has been released in theatres, the story of the victims of that horrifying industrial disaster will finally be heard. Bhopal: A Prayer For Rain will be released 30 years and two days to the day since one of the ..., 1 month ago

Review: Ungli begins with a bang and that's about it!

Much as you try to like this film, you end up feeling sad as the Ungli turns limp, says Prasanna D Zore. Director Rensil D’Silva and dialogue writer Milap Zaveri team up to dish out an inane thriller that lacks originality as well as a solid plot. Ungli is about four friends -- Abhay (Randeep Hooda), Maya (Kangna Ranaut), Kaleem (Angad Bedi) and Gautam alias Goti (Neil Bhoopalam) -- and their brave attempt to clean the system of corruption in their unique vigilante style. The friends ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Review: Watch Baby for Akshay-Kher-Danny troika

Neerja Pandey's Baby, one must say, wouldn’t have been as interesting without the lead troika, writes Prasanna D Zore.   Rakesh, an Indian counter-intelligence officer, has been double crossed, and is captured by terrorists, somewhere in Istanbul. A bunch of six or seven toughies take turns to slap him, punch him in the face. They torture him. There is lot of blood on his face. His eyes are swollen. But when he spits, there is no trace of blood. One wonders, how a ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Five Reasons To Watch Akshay Kumar's Baby  24Dunia1 week ago

CDC warns against opiod painkiller use for pregnant women

US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is issuing a warning about the use of prescription painkillers by women of childbearing age and its connection to birth defects., the CDC revealed that one-fourth of privately-insured women between ...
 24Dunia1 week ago

The interview Narendra Modi MUST read!

'Narendra Modi has had very good luck. Firstly, the fall of oil prices. You don't get that very often in your life and you certainly don't get that often when you are in government.' 'Secondly, the fantasy of Indian reforms has led to very strong capital inflows to have made his job much, much easier.' 'You ride the winds in times of fortune and he hasn't done that. At least, not yet.' 'Those winds of fortune which are blowing your way can certainly turn around easily. There are quite a few ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

'If one fails to plan, he plans to fail'

"I am a corporate story teller. I write stories that people can relate to," says Partha Basu, author of Mid-Career Crisis…Why Some Sail Through And Others Don't, his fourth till date, in which he charts out a plan to tackle mid-career crisis and offers insights into how you can achieve success in your career.. Photograph: Maria Ly/Wikimedia Commons Global Director with multinational company Akzo Nobel, and based out of Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Partha has to his credit books like Make ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

'Given who we had in the past, Parrikar is a gem of wisdom'

'It is just that we have our standards so low that anybody looks good now.' 'His sort of extremely terminological inexactitude is a serious problem. He doesn't seem to understand the difference between exclusive economic zones, territorial waters...' 'I am expecting a lot of confusion because of this... Unless Parrikar starts going into the depth of the problems, he is only going to compound the problem rather than resolve it.' There is no stopping retired army colonel and strategic affairs, ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

India's tiger numbers up. Salute to unsung women who have helped!

In the jungles of the Pench National Park and Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve, 28 brave women walk 20 km every day. They often come across tigers, leopards, bears, bison and other wild animals. But there is another species far deadlier that often crosses their path: Humans. Prasanna D Zore reports on a mini women’s army in India’s fight back against poachers and hunters, which has shown promising results as latest figures show that tiger numbers are up 30 per cent. Photograph: ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

It's 0.25%! Why the RBI cut the repo rate

The muted CPI inflation print at five pc earlier this week, followed by a similar WPI number released Wednesday, seems to have spurred India's central bank into action. That's how economists are reading into Reserve Bank of India governor Raghuram Rajan's 25 basis point cut in repo rate, reports Prasanna D Zore/ Repo rate is the rate at which the RBI lends money to the banks, which in turn lends the same to you and I. It is for this reason that the repo rate is considered a ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Mutual Funds plunge as markets tank on oil and Greek crises

Mutual Funds across categories plunged on Tuesday as the Sensex crashed more than 900 points intraday (the biggest absolute fall since July 6, 2009) on fears of global slowdown post steep fall in crude oil prices and uncertainty over Greece.utual ...
 24Dunia3 weeks ago
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