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Arun Jaitely: Chidambaram, the Second ?

The Last National budget tabled by the new government in office at New Delhi, seems more or less extension of the previous government’s budget with few exceptions. When Mr Arun Jaitely raised to present the...






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The Peanut Man

We all know that peanut is rich in energy and consists of a good list of nutrient profiles. However, that plain brown shell, not only has amazing nutritional powers, it also comprises of things that...






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Fighting for Nothing !

Most of the workspaces in Indian cultural arena are multi-talented and pretty diverse. In recent past, I have had meetings with my colleagues. I felt it is not difficult for a situation to get more...






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Filling all the Baskets

      Little Durga is a cute 6 year old girl. She is a naïve and soft spoken, tiny tot who doesn’t wish to hurt anyone but to please everyone, instead. She wouldn’t mind...






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Best Bureaucratic Black Comedies — II

  Wag the Dog (1997) Barry Levinson’s malefic satire deals with an outrageous and exaggerated scenario, where a Hollywood producer joins hands with a White House spinmeister. In order to divert the public’s attention from...






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Best Bureaucratic Black Comedies — I

  Every revolution evaporates and leaves behind only the slime of new bureaucracy. — Franz Kafka A century ago German sociologist Max Weber esteemed ‘bureaucracy’ as ‘superior to any other organizational form’ because of its...






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Vacuum in Tamil Nadu’s Politics

The bastion of Dravidian politics which is experiencing revolving door politics between two Dravidian parties seems to be witnessing a political vacuum. Tamil Nadu is presently under the rule of AMMA Jayalalithaa’s All India Anna...






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FIFA: India loves to Watch than to Kick

More than half of the globe is electrified. Everyone loves to kick now. It is Soccer season across the globe. But the two major human producing industries of the world – India and China are...