Month: July 2013

The Game of wings and feathers

[infopane color=”7″ icon=”0072.png”]People will start thinking what kind of game is this? Wings and feathers! Oh! I see.It’s our very own home game of Badminton. It’s a game which every common people in the world would play and especially during the winters with lights on during the night. This would always help us relax and feel good about our health and for this even the elderly people would take up the sport.[/infopane] We will see what this sport is all about and what makes it so interesting that every individual want to have a play when he or she...

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Techyard (Summer ’13)

Nokia Lumia 1020   Since its unveiling on July 11, the Nokia Lumia 1020 has created quite a stir with its 41 MP camera. Touted as the best camera phone in the market, Lumia 1020 smartphone features a technology called Dual Capture, which takes two shots at the same time, one at 38MP resolution and the other at 5MP. The former is meant for photo editing, while the latter is ideal for social media uploads, said Nokia. The 41MP Zeiss camera has six lenses and features Nokia’s PureView imaging technology, along with two types flash – one LED and the other...

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Book Review: Inferno

Inferno is Dan Brown’s latest offering in the thriller/adventure genre. This is the fourth novel featuring the famous Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon as he tries to save his life as well as the world. If you are expecting the Da Vinci type fireworks, then you will be hugely disappointed. The book is good, but it is far from great. The reader will be tested in many places with a narrative that seems quite opposite to gripping. There are long instances of just historical ramblings which anyone with an interest can get from an encyclopaedia. But still, Brown does create...

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An Interview With Sudeep Nagarkar

A man who needs no introduction. The romantic author of Modern India and the most heart throbbing icon of today’s youth ‘Sudeep Nagarkar’ comes up with his new love tale ‘It Started With A Friend Request’. Thousand Miles Team had a close interaction via email and here it goes: TM: What is the inspiration behind your current novel ‘It started with a friend request? Sudeep: I always want to write true stories based on real life rather than reel life. When I completed my 2nd book, I knew there won’t be another part of Aditya-Riya love story as it...

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Water- The Movie

Introduction: Water is a 2005 Canadian film directed by Deepa Mehta and written by Anurag Kashyap. It is well set in 1938 and penetrates into very lives of widows at an asylum in Varanasi, India. The film is also the third and final installment of Mehta’s Elements trilogy. It was preceded by Fire (1996) and Earth (1998).Water is a dark introspect into the tales of rural Indian widows in the 1940s and covers controversial subjects such as misogyny and ostracism. Plot: The film is set in the year 1938, when India was still under dominance of  British . Old Curse for today- Child marriage was common practice back then. Widows( a garbage product Of...

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