It's been such a long journey for Kaushik Ganguly. From his first script in Class IX, to his first role — as an extra in Gurudakshina! — it's been a life full of surprises. But the storyteller in him has never run out of ideas. With Chotoder ... Times of India, 4 days ago
'No other actor in India was as lucky as me,' Soumitra Chatterjee tells Indrani Roy/ Rediff.com The brilliant actor Soumitra Chatterjee turns 80 today, January 19. On this occasion, we re-publish this interview, dated May 2012. Fame rests easy on actor Soumitra Chatterjee's shoulders.That, perhaps, is natural for an actor for whom success is achieved only through hard work and an insatiable hunger to excel."I could have given you the interview on Sunday but since I have a show (a ...Rediff.com, 6 days ago
"Nobody should be buying a stock at a rate higher than its intrinsic (actual) value, because then you are looking at the greater fool theory to come into play -- that someone would buy it again from you enabling you to make a profit." At the Morningstar Investment Conference 2014, Parag Parikh, Founder & Chairman, PPFAS AMC Pvt. Ltd, shared his views in a panel discussion on value investing. Parikh is an expert on behavioural finance, a stock market veteran and an author. Here is an ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
Footsteps. Draupadi. 'Is he dead?' she asks. 'Yes,' I say. 'I promised.' The Bhimasena of Mahabharata? The unmatched strongman who tore Jarasandha into two, who broke open Dushasana's chest and drank blood, who vanquished Duryodhana to make Yudhistira the unchallenged ruler of Indraprastha… Bhimasena, the son of Vaayu, father of Ghatotkacha, husband of Hidimbi -- that Bhimasena? "Yes, that Bhimasena!" says Chindu Sreedharan, who retold the Mahabharata on Twitter from the point of view of ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
'The government, supposedly manned by wise and experienced officers, was all at sea, unable to act cohesively, and with restraint. Each agency was out to score brownie points.' Nitin Gokhale recalls the events of six years ago. On the sixth anniversary of 26/11, easily India's most horrific terror attack, everyone has a personal memory. For some, who lost family members, it is a painful recollection; for others in the police, the NSG, the army and the navy, it is about remembering lessons ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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