From the badlands of interior Jharkhand, few teenage kids ace in the art of conning people by calling up and getting their debit and credit card details. At the outset, you will mock at the foolishness of the victims giving … Continue reading Netflix Series: Jamtara is a raw tale of phishing from the badlands
Once the corona dust has settled, the value of India as a safer destination to open offices will increase; the employability of Indians will increase; America and some of the leading western nations, who are losing lives in thousands, will be seething in anger at anything Chinese. India must strike, now that the iron has got real hot. Such an opportunity may not come soon again.
Tanhaji is a must watch..in 3D… Continue reading Movie Review: Tanhaji is yet another Bollywood History lesson that NCERT forgot to give
Its the year 2019 and India still talks about ‘them minority Muslims’, ‘those oppressed Dalits’, mob lynching over cows, women scared to venture out after sunset in small towns and villages, force to say Vande Mataram, force people to say … Continue reading Movie Review: Article 15 is a tale to hang our heads in shame
Ten reasons a non-resident Indian (NRI) must invest in a property in India in 2019. 1. Fast growing market India is amongst the fastest growing markets in the world. While the growth rate this year will be a function of … Continue reading NRI Watch: Ten reasons 2019 is a good year to invest in the India property market?
At the stroke of interval, Vicky Kaushal, charges his PARA Special Forces troops with a stirring speech. He ends it with ‘How’s the josh (energy)?’ .. ‘High Sir’… ‘I said how’s the josh?’… ‘HIGH SIR’…. ‘Jai Hind’ … ‘JAI HIND’. … Continue reading Movie Review: URI is high on josh, adrenaline and revenge
Singapore’s racial integration, harmony and equality efforts compare to no other country in the world. So we entered Changi Airport yesterday, to be greeted by a pretty lady, in Indian saree, offering sweets to all passengers. She had the traditional … Continue reading Changi Airport & Singapore celebrates Deepavali / Diwali
Generalization and divisiveness are centuries old global trends. If I commit a mass crime here, Singapore papers will report it as ‘Indian Banker does …’ .. that’s two generalizations; and it’s fair. But I would expect both, Indians and bankers, … Continue reading Movie Review: A flawed ‘Mulk’ has its heart in the right place
In a way Fauda (meaning chaos) is an antithesis to the recent Netflix Series Sacred Games. Whereas all destructive decisions in Fauda are attributed to the will of Allah (albeit wrongly), Sacred Games stays clear with the notion that ‘Bhagwan ko … Continue reading Netflix series: Fauda is a tribute to the chaotic human mind
I have tried to piece the entire chain of activities that lead to cow-related lynchings happening in India, the last eight years. Thanks to an excellent debate conducted by NDTV’s ‘The Big Fight’ show, with anchor Vikram Chandra. The key … Continue reading Politics: Stitching together facts behind India’s ‘cow’ related lynching incidents