US Movie Explained – A Saga of Tunnels and Scissors

It was a weird day. We reached the movie theatre hoping for a movie which would thrill us, and delighted we were. For there were posters of the movie “Us”. Marked as an adult horror, and directed by Jordan Peele, renown for his work in ” Get Out “. Little did we know that we were venturing for the never seen before melodramatic zombies. (A … Continue reading US Movie Explained – A Saga of Tunnels and Scissors

The Indian year 2017 in a review

In the inception of the year 2017, numerous people made new year resolutions. Many failed to oblige, while some made waves in their pursuit of the resolutions. However, there were some instances and theatrics in the Indian political subcontinent which stood out of the box. It felt as if Schrodinger had taken the media cat out of the political paradox. As it started, the television … Continue reading The Indian year 2017 in a review

The Return Of Nokia, Nostalgia and The Love Of The Past

Once upon a time, there was a phone like none other. The Nokia 3310! Don’t get me wrong, there were fancier flip phones and sleeker models, but the original Nokia held its own. With the return of Nokia comes back its nostalgic wonders. The Nokia 3310 was not just a phone, it was a legend. The story goes that one could use it like Thor’s … Continue reading The Return Of Nokia, Nostalgia and The Love Of The Past

GST Tax reform- reporting the bigger picture

GST is not merely a product of objective analysis. The national debate on its implementation is a case in point i.e. to be weighed upon a broader taxation policy perspective. The question at stake is the viability of taxation policy in the whole, which is a dire reflection of the economic policy, highly apprehended by the duties of a state. As per reports, India’s present … Continue reading GST Tax reform- reporting the bigger picture