Perhaps one of the darkest shadows hovering over India is the corruption that oozes through the country.
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At a peak hour of commuting, Mumbai was once again visited by the ghastly shadow of terror.
While Part II does have its highlights, you’ll probably leave the theater with a sense of deja-vu once you’ve seen it.
What do you do when the world’s most wanted terrorist is found in your neighbor’s backyard? It’s been about three weeks now since the world’s most wanted terrorist was gunned down in an epic mission by the U.S. Navy Seals … Continued
Gaddafi has begun employing mercenaries from neighboring countries in Libya. But who are these soldiers of fortune?
The numbers say India’s booming. However, scams and other forms of corruption are holding the country back.
Long before Isaiah Mustafa preached his message “Smell like a man, Man” to the world, you probably remember a damsel awaiting the return of her man from sea, because unlike others, “some would rather just sail into life with the … Continued
I was at a church talent contest when I received the call. “Did you hear about Deep? He passed away yesterday.” The voice of my friend, shaken and full of grief, tumbled out of the phone. I didn’t know how … Continued
It was ol’ Socrates who said, “Beware the barrenness of a busy life.” The one thing the ancient Greeks never failed to stress and strive for was balance. We should consider taking a few pointers to find that integral balance between fun and work — considering how long they’ve been around, the Greeks probably picked up a thing or two.
I’m a copywriter from Mumbai, India. When I’m not writing advertisements, I’m scribbling down for my blog, a play or perhaps prospective short film or graphic novel (I’m a graphic novel freak!). Any form of art works for me. There’s just something amazing about it. I can’t live without movies and music. The latter is a part of me. The rest of the time, I’m just a regular fun-loving guy, looking to make sense of rather interesting world.