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Focus on parking issues: Sreehari

The government and local bodies in the city need to focus on parking-related issues instead of promoting events like Open Streets, opined M.N. Sreehari, traffic expert and an advisor to the State... The Hindu, 2 days ago

Why Meeruthiya Gangsters is an absolute original

'Why is it that we are so forgiving of the glaring problems in grand multi-starrers like Dil Dhadakne Do,' asks Sreehari Nair, 'but when a small film with a truly personal vision seeks our approval, we analyse it through a prism of formal perfection?' 'With its Seinfeldian humour, episodic structure and performers who play off each other's energies, Meeruthiya Gangsters goes farther than most Hindi movies.' In Meeruthiya Gangsters, two characters holed up inside a jail get into an argument ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Prostrate before the Arnab experience

'While Television generally tends to Clarity,' says Sreehari Nair, 'Arnab Goswami's The Newshour Debate portrays our confusions. Each episode offers both the potency of an intensely-fought boxing match and the giddy pleasures of an orgy.' The August 10, 2015 episode of Arnab Goswami's The Newshour Debate focused on the Radhe Maa Controversy. If you've been tuning in to the show regularly, you'd know it's the kind of subject that Arnab dines out on. However, on that particular day, a certain ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

What makes Drishyam so smashingly effective

'The true conceit of Drishyam,' says Sreehari Nair, 'is that it makes its audience an honorary accomplice in the crimes that its lead characters commit.' Warning! Spoilers ahead. The final sequence in Jeethu Joseph's Drishyam has Mohanlal's character George letting the audience in on a major secret. It's a secret that most characters in the movie don't know. The scene plays out like a private conversation that the actor has with those present in the theatre. The true conceit of Drishyam is ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Talvar: Closure, first. Propaganda, next. Justice, later

'The propaganda aspect of the movie -- despite it stemming purely from the writer's deepest convictions -- is a clincher for it is highly unlikely that you'll walk out of a screening of Talvar saying, "I loved the movie, but I still think the parents are guilty".' 'If you are swept away by the power of the movie, it's also sure to swing your perception in a certain direction,' says Sreehari Nair. IMAGE: Konkona Sensharma and Neeraj Kabi in a scene from Talvar   When Rajesh and Nupur ...
 Rediff.com18 hours ago
The Hindu

Chat on roads in Bengaluru

Better Bengaluru aims to create lasting improvements and celebrate those who are championing civic change, helping the conservation of heritage or those less privileged. Better Bengaluru aims to create lasting improvements and celebrate those who ...
 The Hindu1 day ago
New Indian Express

BBMP's Pothole Deadline May Get Rained Out

BENGALURU: With the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) predicting heavy rain or thundershowers for the next two days, Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) authorities fear they might not be able to meet the deadline of filling potholes ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago
Deccan Chronicle

Bengaluru: Schools refuse to learn, residents in jam

Bengaluru: Sunny Alexander, a resident of 8th cross in Indiranagar, has a harrowing time whenever he has to take out his vehicle to attend an emergency. For, private vehicles are parked haphazardly in front of his house blocking the main gate as ...
 Deccan Chronicle2 weeks ago
Deccan Chronicle

Bengaluru is a city of killer potholes!

Bengaluru : On an average, for every 1-kilometre stretch of the road, there 10-20 potholes in the city. Areas like Marathahalli Outer Ring Road, Marathahalli Junction, Service Roads starting from Eco Space, Kundanahalli Gate, Cunningham Road and ...
 Deccan Chronicle2 weeks ago Cannot Fill Potholes Now Due to Rains: BBMP  New Indian Express2 weeks ago

Car-free roads, beyond tokenism

Open Streets: Two buzzwords to rid roads of motorised private vehicles for a day, boosting public transport and freeing up space for walkers and cyclists. For motorists trapped hopelessly in chaotic traffic gridlocks, the concept might sound Utopian; yet, ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago
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