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Guest post by SHANKAR GOPALAKRISHNAN Over the last few weeks, the blizzard of news about the Aam Aadmi Party - and the move of many independent intellectuals and some activists into the party - has seemed like a roller coaster ride. One week we were told the world had changed, the following week that it...
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This package allows you to search for snippets from the cloud and inserts them into your code without leaving Visual Studio.
Okay, it might sound as a Bing ad. We are talking about Bing for God's sake! But, this! This is the best thing I have ever used.
Spread across Mumbai over a decade, the film is about the relationship between the quirky, rebellious Meeta (Parineeti Chopra), and the mischievous Nikhil (Sidharth Malhotra) struggling with their respective families to fit in. Nikhil bumps into Meeta on the occasion of her sister Deeksha’s wedding while Meeta is on the run. He falls in love with Meeta’s sister Karishma on the same day. The film jumps to the eve of Nikhil and Karishma’s engagement. Karishma’s wealthy father, Devesh Solanki, does not approve of Nikhil as he finds him to be a lackadaisical young man.
Not that great. A one time watch if you enjoy vanilla romantic comedy. A really predictable plot and repeated bollywood romcom scenes drives away the enthusiasm for the movie. Parineeti is awesome as usual, she carries the movie on her shoulders.
Almost five years ago we started WhatsApp with a simple mission: building a cool product used globally by everybody. Nothing else mattered to us. Today we are announcing a partnership with Facebook that will allow us to continue on that simple mission.
This is an aquisition that is definitely going to be talked about for a long time. I sincerely hope the user experience does not go down and it still remains competent enough.
Director José Padilha delivers a somber reboot of an '80s classic Paul Verhoeven's RoboCop was a singular work of pop art thanks to its sharply defined future, incisive satire of 1980s commercialism, and the almost comically patriotic idea of a savior being manufactured out of a deteriorating American industrial center.
RoboCop is one of the few cartoons that I watched as a child. Hoping to see it on the big screen.