Originally posted on Movie Research Company:
The First Family of Indian Horror Genre The story begins with a pivotal moment in history – India’s partition. Like many many families during the era, F U. Ramsay along with his wife and seven sons migrated to India. But unlike many, this family made a mark at a…
Originally posted on Movie Research Company:
The taste is one thing that unites us. If you think about the nation which cannot find a single language, religion or customs to represent everyone, but it will always can be defined by the taste. It does not mean that I am undermining the culinary diversity of the country, which in fact is as… Read More The tale of taste
Every blogger is an impostor- they all lie about something. I have met so many of them and I know that they are not real. They are hiding something beyond your pictures, smiles, posts and prose- there is something beyond their blog that they are protecting – and their this ability to disguise make them… Read More School of Rock for Blog
Me and my laptop are inseparable. I rarely leave it behind, it’s always in my backpack. Actually I have been told by so many people that why can’t I leave your apartment without your backpack ? It’s difficult to make people understand the constant need to be closer to the laptop. What if I get… Read More My First Post from the Wordpress Mobile App
I am finding it difficult to write these day- this is my seventh draft in seven days. I went back and read some of my old posts- I found nothing amusing there. I read some of the old stories that I had written. I got smitten by some of the characters that I had created-… Read More The Sloth Gone Missing !
Also in the series : Recent Book loves Book twins (Part 1) On the same theme of the Book Twins, I present you following book twins from my list: 3. Da Vinci Code & The Krishna Key : Dan Brown’s Da Vinci code was a genre defining book in every prospect. It broke the best… Read More Book Twins (Part II)
“We have reached an age where we will see death of people we admired, frequently. “ My friend texted me this message when she read about the death of David Bowie. David Bowie was our kind of rockstar. He was an avid reader, a creator and a thinker. He questioned major television networks, political parties… Read More Death on the door step (RIP- Harper Lee )
When I was younger, the stories always ended with a moral. A lesson with the each story was a compulsive necessity. At first, we were told the morals, and then we were asked to find them. Our stories had kings, queens, magicians, elephants, crows and beggars. The honesty was celebrated, the evil was shamed, the… Read More What is this story about ?
After waiting in the queue to watch Taxi Tehran for almost 20 minutes, I gave up and went to the screening of Heavenly Nomadic in next Audi in PVR-Lower Parel. Heavenly Nomadic or Sutak, is the movie from Kyrgyzstan, about Kirghiz nomad family based in the mountains. A family consists of the Old couple, their widowed daughter-in-law,… Read More MAMI reviews #2 Heavenly Nomadic ( Sutak)
Originally posted on Italophilia:
I visited Siena on a radiant day from Florence. Although a few hours is not enough to see this gorgeous Tuscan town, I wanted to go anyway. Gothic Siena Palazzo Tolomei Banners of Siena The Duomo from a distance A hill town known globally for its Palio- a horse race that happens twice every year…
More and more businesses are now using Mobile Instant Messengers for business communication. Earlier, only handful of the projects, finance and marketing oriented professionals were exclusively using Blackberry Messengers (BBM) and subscribing to Blackberry’s enterprise solutions. With the smartphone revolution let by Android devices has made Mobile messengers more common. Whatsapp is not only the… Read More Whatsapp and the Business Communication
Personally, I am from school of thought that also believes that annual review of employees is the lazy attempt to keep track of in-house talent, their performance & their appraisal . There are many qualitative aspects that gets completely or marginally ignored in this system.
Originally posted on The Greatbong Blog & Podcast:
[From here] Jindal stresses how he avoided telling his parents of his new faith and how disappointed they were when they found out. He said he read the Bible by flashlight to prevent being discovered by his folks, and compared his clandestine study to the early Christians…
A good family always believe in keeping in an eye on their kids even if it includes creeping them out and asking annoying questions about their friends. Some parents even try hard to discover the sexuality of their kids by invoking Justin Bieber, One Direction, Varun Dhawan and Miley Cyrus in the casual discussion. However… Read More Sanskaari Social Media Advice
Originally posted on Ashish Shakya:
The Great Indian Wedding Season is drawing to a close, which is sad because I look at weddings the same way I look at getting tasered – it’s great fun if it’s happening to someone else. The best one I attended was basically a beach-and-beer party where there just happened…
Every 4 years, brands in India are taken back to the drawing board to design an engaging campaign for the cricket world cup. Maybe now, the need of this engagement is diminishing because of too much cricket and rise of other sports in India. Brands like Vodafone and Hyundai are more focused on IPL while… Read More The best CWC campaign-Britannia khao, World Cup Jao
Sharing my guest post that I contributed to Aman’s blog. Amandeep is one of my favorite blogger and it was honor to feature in his blog. Do check out his blog if you have not done so already.
Before I discovered the fun loving, alcohol dipped dudes and food frenzy of Delhi, I was introduced to the cruel summer heat and hopelessly rude city during my first real encounter with the capital. My hosts for the chaos were Sushil and Sunil, and in the streets where you will find Manish Sisodia campaigning these… Read More A like for Dahi Please !
Originally posted on NightSoulWhisperer:
Ever felt the joy when you stumble upon a favourite article of yours that you had written long time back and had forgotten all about it? I felt the same when I chanced upon this article I had made on Jhumpa Lahiri, after attending her much-talked-about prologue session in conversation with…