Unfortunate Consequence of Triumph: Kishore Kumar’s Displeasure amidst Film Success
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by Shivam Jaiswal
11h ago
Every filmmaker aspires to unleash a masterpiece of the silver screen, one that not only commands the box office, but also leaves an imperishable mark on the collective consciousness of cinemagoers. When a motion picture graces the cinema, diverse audiences are known to elicit varying reactions. The crux of the matter rests upon the film’s success and box office takings. Some, like Guru Dutt, seek solace from a harsh reality, whilst others, such as Shah Rukh Khan, fixate on the commercial viability of the picture. However, there are those who are left bewildered by the success of their own pro ..read more
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The unforgotten Voice: Abhijeet Bhattacharya and the Bollywood Music Mafia
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by Paurush Gupta
12h ago
In Bollywood, several actor-singer duos have contributed to each other’s success, such as Mukesh for Raj Kapoor, Mohammed Rafi for Dilip Kumar and Mahendra Kapoor for Manoj Kumar. One such pair was Abhijeet Bhattacharya and Shah Rukh Khan. Abhijeet greatly impacted SRK’s cinematic success. However, it is unfortunate that the music mafia elements pushed him to the sidelines and deprived the industry of his melodious voice for a long time. Overall singing journey On October 30, 1958, Abhijeet was born into a middle-class Bengali family from Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh. In 1981, he completed his gradua ..read more
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Adani Group shares deliver big for LIC: 26,000 crore Return on Investment
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by TFIPOST News Desk
13h ago
The release of the Hindenburg hit-piece against the Adani Group was over ten days ago. It led to a gigantic loss of $118 billion in market value for India’s former largest conglomerate. Here, this article addresses doomsday predictions and dispel the rumour mongering regarding the fundamentals of the Indian economy, its banks, insurers and leading industrialists. LIC’s Adani Group Exposure Within Boundaries Breaking the silence on Adani-Hindenburg row, top government functionaries have dispelled misgivings about the state of investment made by India’s largest insurer LIC and banking major SBI ..read more
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Religious site at risk: Ram Janmabhoomi threatened with bombing
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by TFIPOST News Desk
14h ago
Two sacred Shaligram stones, weighing 31 tonnes and 15 tonnes, arrived in Ayodhya on Thursday. The stones will be used for carving out the idols of Bhagwan Shri Ram and Maa Janki for the Ram Temple. Shaligram stones are revered by Hindus as they are believed to be a representation of Bhagwan Vishnu. However, as the stones reached Ayodhya, a threat call gained all the attention. Threat to bomb Ram Janmabhoomi On the day Shaligram stones reached Ayodhya, a threat call was received by a local resident. The unidentified caller threatened to blow up the Ram Janmabhoomi mandir complex. As per report ..read more
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Reliance Retail leads the way with Digital Rupee payments
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by Abhishek Kumar Singh
16h ago
Private sector has decided to promote Digital Rupee. In partnership with Innoviti Technologies, ICICI Bank and Kotak Mahindra Bank, Reliance Retail has become the first retailer to accept Digital legal tender. Initially, the facility is available at Freshpik stores and will eventually expand to all retail stores. Its mechanism will be the same as we transfer money through QR code, except for the fact that banks won’t be an intermediary in transfer of digital Rupee. Journey of Digital Rupee Digital Rupee is a long-awaited project of the Indian government. Its need arose because of massive Inter ..read more
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Kejriwal under fire: Liquor scam rocks the capital
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by Paurush Gupta
17h ago
A democratic system without adequate checks and balances will not be sustainable in the long run. It will quickly follow the path of anarchic setup. In that case, the administrative heads may become despots, making decisions at their leisure. The Aam Aadmi Party government evaded responsibility and avoided accountability for their actions and alleged wrongdoing. They made it possible by causing a commotion through their time-tested strategy of politicising agencies and institutions. However, recent times have seen a shift. The responsible authorities have refrained from succumbing to the party ..read more
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Given the enemies at our door, India’s defence budget is awfully low
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by Shubham Bajpai
18h ago
The budget for the next year is the most anticipated event before the end of a fiscal year. On February 2, 2023, the budget was announced with allocations for each department, including defence. The Defence sector has been allocated a budget of Rs. 5.94 lakh crores ($72 billion). Shocking reduction The increase in the defence budget is crucial for India’s security, especially amid recent stand-offs and skirmishes with China in the past few years. But shockingly India has reduced its defence spendings. As of 2021, the defence expenditure of India was 2.7 percent of the GDP. The estimated GDP by ..read more
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The silent war to cancel Mahabharat and why Sanatanis need to speak against it
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by Pranav Bharadwaj
20h ago
In days of yore, Mahabharat was a staple of households everywhere. Yet, no one can tell precisely how or when the notion that it should not be kept inside the home began to gain traction. Some say it is not advisable to recite any form of Mahabharat at home, as this can lead to disagreements and arguments between family members. This rumour has been proven to be false. The truth is that Mahabharat is a profound and influential work of ancient Indian culture and literature, and should be kept and studied in homes. It has been an integral part of Indian culture and tradition for centuries. It co ..read more
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Amartya Kumar Sen is a threat to the legacy of Rabindranath Tagore
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by TFIPOST News Desk
20h ago
Rabindranath Tagore, the Bengali poet, whose prose and poetry were later adapted into films by Satyajit Ray, cementing his place as an immemorial icon of Hindi cinema. Tagore was the first non-European to receive the Nobel Prize for literature. Tagore was one of his kind who proposed that if a student wanted to climb up a tree while studying, he or she must be allowed to do so and then welcomed back to the class. Based on his version of education, Tagore founded, in 1901, an experimental school in rural West Bengal at Shantiniketan. There, he sought to blend the best of Indian and Western trad ..read more
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WhatsApp Privacy Policy: Supreme Court Smacks Down Attempt to Trample User Choice
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by Abhishek Kumar Singh
21h ago
The 2016 privacy policy of WhatsApp is before the Indian Supreme Court. Before that year, Whatsapp had assured its users that their data wouldn’t be shared with anyone. As soon as Facebook bought it, Whatsapp asked people to share their data with Facebook. In the 2021 update, consumers like me and you were not left with the option to even opt out. The issue of whether the right to privacy under Article 21 is violated is before the Supreme Court now. Whatsapp in Court While the new Data Protection Bill is on the horizon, Whatsapp has told the Apex Court that it stores only the phone number and ..read more
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