India is one of the biggest producers of films in the world in a number of languages. In a year more than hundreds movies are made in India alone including the Hindi and other Indian languages based movies. The Indian film industry is denoted as Bollywood, which is centered in Bombay (Mumbai) the financial capital of India. On the contrary, Hollywood is a town in America, which is a hub of film makers and produces. This film city is based in Los Angeles, California in the United States, wherein a number of movies in English languages are produced. Both the movies differ in many ways, so let’s check the 5 major differences found in between the Bollywood and Hollywood movies as under:
After the advent of Web 3.0 and HTML5, and other modern web technologies; most of the popular websites have a great look and feel and are very user friendly. Take the example of Facebook, YouTube, Gmail. These sites are powered by very complex processes and algorithms behind the scene. These sites employ many servers and load balancing equipment such as Cisco Content Services Switches to distribute visitor loads over multiple computers at multiple locations. Have you every thought, what did YouTube, Gmail look like the first time you visited the site? How’d the IBM, HP and Apple homepage look back in 1996? Today, I will go back in time and bring you early versions of 50 popular websites.
Ramayana is my second favorite story. Of course the first one is Mahabharata. Ramayana is one of the great Hindu epics, which beautifully describes the duties of different relationships. It portrays ideal human characters such as the ideal father, ideal mother, the ideal brother, the ideal wife and the ideal king. Most of the us have heard this story time and again. Also, several people have already tried earlier to modify its story and fit it into the canvass of Facebook. Here is another attempt to tell the Ramayana story in Facebook style. Please go through the Ramayana retold in the age of Facebook. Please note, this post is not intended to hurt the sentiments of any Hindu community or individuals, living or dead, and is desired to be a satirical and humorous take on all things that appeared in the age of Ramayana.
Do you remember the old Doordarshan characters whom you watched leaving all other important things, years or may be decades ago? Those days, Television was not available 24/7. We used to wait whole day to watch our favorite TV serials. As Doordarshan was the only channel, remote controls were not the part of the living room. However, its shows and characters always fascinated and mesmerized the people from my generation and that is still nostalgic about it.
I think no one will argue with me when I say Amitabh Bachchan is the biggest and most influential star of Indian Cinema. He first gained popularity in the early 1970s as the "angry young man" of Hindi cinema, and has since appeared in over 180 Indian films in a career spanning more than four decades. Once upon a time, a famous French director François Truffaut called him a "one-man industry" when he saw his dominance of the movie scene in the 1970s and 1980s. BBC rated him as the star of the millennium. This fact is also evident from the posters of his movies. Today, I am going to share the biggest collection of posters that showcase Hindi cinema’s biggest star, Amitabh Bachchan.
The entire nation is worried, angry and frustrated with the misgovernance of the incumbent United Progressive Alliance (UPA) laid by Indian National Congress. The Government has become a national calamity as the country is suffering from economic slowdown, depression in the currency, high inflation rate, scam after scam, huge corruption in Government offices and companies, day by day increasing petrol and diesel prices, terror attacks, threats from neighboring nations, issues of women’s safety. This list is endless. The so called India’s aam aadmi is almost on the verge of bankruptcy. He is desperately looking for change. Anyway, right now we can’t do anything but at least see and appreciate these 5 satirical cartoon on UPA Government and its ministers.
Filmfare is one of the most popular film magazines of India. It mainly concentrates on Bollywood Hindi Films, actors and actresses. The magazine is currently published by The Times Group, India’s largest media services conglomerate. Filmfare has also created two motion picture awards: the Filmfare Awards for movies in Hindi, and the Filmfare Awards South for movies in the Kannada, Malayalam, Tamil, and Telugu languages. The Filmfare ceremony is one of the oldest and most prominent film events dedicated to Hindi films in India. Today, I am going to share 100 old Filmfare magazine covers. Hope, you will like the collection and share it with your facebook and twitter friends.
Islam has always been criticized for the treatment of women in Islamic law and practice. Another criticism of muslims is that they always try to protect their identity. Most of the time, you can easily recognize a Muslim even if you see them in Siberia or in the jungles of Africa or in New York or in Pakistan. Miss World Muslimah is nothing but just another attempt to suppress women in Islam and to protect their so called identity in the world. Eka Shanti, the founder of this contest claims that it is Islam’s answer to Miss World.
The long wait is over! Finally, the BJP parliamentary board has nominated Narendra Modi as its prime ministerial candidate for 2014 general elections. He has been the chief minister of Gujarat state since 2001. 3 month back in June, he was chosen to lead the party’s campaign for the election. He is the man who helped Gujarat to become one of India’s most prosperous states. He is a corruption free, efficient administrator and charismatic mass leader from the state of Gujarat. He has a big support base among India’s rising middle classes and business community.
In simple words, you can define secularism as the method of separating state (politics and government) from the religion. The basic idea behind secularism is to eliminate discrimination on the basis of religion. According to Indian Constitution, India is a secular country as it prohibits discrimination against members of a particular religion, race, caste, sex or place of birth. However, there is huge difference between secularism practiced in India and western countries. The Indian secularism is actually minority appeasement. It is a big fraud and a complete failure.
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