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Sep 232014
 

Begging pays handsome dividends. And Indian crook Dinesh D’Souza is perfect evidence of that. Despite pleading guilty to the felony crime of violating U.S. federal campaign election laws, Dinesh has managed to escape a prison term. Instead, he was sentenced today to five years of probation, with eight months during the first year to be […]

Sep 212014
 

Impeccably written, beautifully enacted, frequently funny and charmingly photographed, Le Week-End (2013) is an absolute treat. British director Roger Michell directed this delightful film based on the story by Hanif Kureshi (of My Beautiful Laundrette and the Buddha of Suburbia fame). How I stumbled upon this gem I can’t recollect now but I’m glad I […]

Sep 172014
 
Raghunandan Yandamuri - Jury Picture

The murder-kidnapping drama involving Telugu bidda Raghunandan Yandamuri is wearily trudging into the trial phase. Raghunandan Yandamuri has been charged with the murders of baby Saanvi Venna and her 61-year-old grandmother Satyavathi Venna during a botched kidnapping for ransom incident on October 22, 2012 in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania. Montgomery County (PA) prosecutors are seeking […]

Sep 152014
 
Android One is a Ripoff Because ...

A smartphone that provides Indians with a paltry 2GB of internal storage in late 2014 is nothing short of a ripoff and deserves to be treated with contempt. Even if it’s offered at $105. I checked out two Android One smartphones that were introduced in India today – Karbonn Sparkle V and Spice Dream UNO […]

Sep 142014
 

In the scientific or media world, to slam a person’s positions on a sensitive subject as that of a end-of-days mystic is tantamount to calling him/her a blithering idiot. And that’s precisely how New Yorker buggered Vandana Shiva. Vandana – Vocal Opponent Worship her or dismiss her as a rabble-rousing idiot, it’s hard to ignore […]

Sep 132014
 
Finding Fanny - Of Love, Lust & Regret

Finding Fanny easily makes it to the thin list of my favorite Indian movies. The story is delightfully offbeat, highly original and the acting an endless treat. Love, lust and regret hang heavy in the decrepit air of Goan village Pocolim that time seems to have passed by. Love Pocolim’s postmaster, the old bachelor Ferdie (Naseeruddin […]