is looking to launch a frontal attack on the "roti, kapada, makaan" of the aam Bihari. That was in reaction to the state government's decision to impose 13.5 per cent tax on luxury items including popular snacks samosa and kachauri and sweets priced more than ... Business Standard, 1 month ago
3 February 2016, New Delhi, Sidharth Mishra Shine in Modi's armour is proportional to the rust in Opposition's gear. Your reporter isn't very literate when it comes to the subject of economics. At least, I do not understand the kind of ...Millennium Post, 1 week ago
They share a few things in common besides patriotism in their movies. Manoj Kumar began his career as a mendicant in a song cameo in the 1957 Fashion-the song was a patriotic number, ' Dharti Ki God Mein ', which uncannily put a patriotic imprint on Manoj ...Bollywood Hungama, 3 weeks ago
'In 2015 I watched films in so many places. I attended several film festivals around the world -- Berlin, Tribeca (New York), Telluride, Toronto, Zurich, Mumbai, Dharamsala and Goa,' says Aseem Chhabra, author of a forthcoming book on Shashi Kapoor. IMAGE: A scene from the epic film, Baahubali. As a journalist who often writes about films, I end up seeing many, many films -- at festivals, in museums in New York City and sometimes even when I have to buy tickets. But it is impossible to ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
1953- Bimal Roy (Do Bigha Zamin) 1954 - Bimal Roy (Parineeta) 1955- Bimal Roy (Biraj Bahu) 1956- V Shantaram (Jhanak Jhanak Payal Baaje) 1957- Mehboob Khan (Mother India) 1958- Bimal Roy (Madhumati) 1959 - Bimal Roy (Sujata) 1960 - ...FilmFare.com, 1 month ago
Positive angle We often hear people say everything is going wrong in our society and that the future for society is doomed. Destructive ideologies have been built upon the notion that everything is wrong it leave us at a loss and to quote AE ...The Gulf Today, 2 months ago
In Asian societies, young employees don't talk back to senior managers. In Silicon Valley, it is the young people who are driving the show since they have strong views. This is my second meeting with Mayank Ashar, chief executive officer and managing director, Cairn India, and I soon realise he is different from the several other CEOs I have met. As I drive into The Oberoi in Gurgaon’s bustling Udyog Vihar, I see that the hotel building is virtually invisible from outside the main ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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