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The MO matters more than the issues

  In over its two years of digital presence Creofire has responded only once to the comment over an article with another article exclusively. It was over the piece of writing that pondered ‘The Wendy...






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Island Nation on the Brink of Disaster

The Maldives are the most beautiful and remote island chains that almost look like tear drops embellishing Indian Ocean, north of the Equator. The constant threat & possibilities of Maldives atolls being swamped by rising...






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The Martian (2015)

    Ridley Scott’s last few outings weren’t worth remembering (though they rang the bells in the box office). But this time, with ‘The Martian’ it’s indeed his comeback. The film is gonna certainly remind...






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“Sans Soleil” – A Unique Audio-visual Experience

Internationally acclaimed French film-maker Alain Resnais (“Hiroshima mon Amour”, “Last Year at Marienbad”) once called the mystic and prophetic film-maker Chris Marker as an ‘alien’. It is not because Marker had inhuman-like physical attributes; it’s...






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The Legend of the Japanese Cats

The artistic and cultural depiction of cats by humans is said to have been persisting for more than nine thousand years. Cats were considered highly sacred beings in the ancient Egyptian history (Called as ‘Mau’)....






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The Boon & Bane of Maquiladoras

The Maquiladora industry is a term that is used to describe the multinational factories that hire sweatshop labor from Central America to Far East. The original set of maquiladora industries were, however, started as a...