First Impression

  The pavements of big cities not only give shelter to the homeless but also to things of intellectual curiosity-books and films. In a recent trip to Chennai I bought around 40 DVDs containing roughly about 150 films. They are masterpieces of world cinema not available in the VCD/DVD parlours…

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Un-sung Heros

You see there is something known as “love as first sight”. But do you really believe in? Am I asking you? You betcha! I am! And I ask myself the same thing. Do I really believe in love at first sight? …. uummmm! well I never did… it really didn't…

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I faked it!

I had to!… didn't feel like goin to work…seeing the same old faces..listening to the same old complaints… attending the same old calls… smiling seepishly at the same old people …. makeing those same old reports…. & sipping the same old cuppacinno in Cafe Coffe day…. So I faked a…

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The wonder of Passwords!!!

Geez!! Forgotten passwords can get a person in trouble. We now live in a life full of passwords and numbers. Even to get into my flat, I now need a password otherwise I stay out or rather bother so many people before they can help me out. Life is kinda…

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Recent Mexican Cinema

Recent Mexican Cinema Mexico is a Spanish speaking Latin American country which produces about 25-30 films annually. It became an independent state in 1821 and a republic in1823.Interestingly Mexico or United Mexican States is the only South American country not to have a military coup in the post-war period. As…

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A Wish

The book recently I have finished reading is  Baghhaal Baghjaal Aaru Manuh. It is a novel written by Purobi Bormudoi and published way back in year 2000. I know it is quite late to read and write about a novel which was published seven years ago. But things have not…

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