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Review; Gunday

Remember the early 90’s show ‘Baywatch’ where models who couldn’t act would randomly run on the beach saving lives? Gunday reminded me of it but in an awful manner. Instead of saving lives, these Gundas here are sometimes running for their lives, sometimes for their work but mostly for no reason at all Are you a big slo-mo action fan? ...

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Bullett Raja; review

#LSD Review: Bullett Raja aaye zarur par garmi dur dur tak badhne ka koi asaar nahi. Being a Tigmanshu Dhulia fan I was psyched to watch Bullet Raja but in spite of having a few Dhulia touches the film is a pile of sour curd that could have easily gotten rotten. Bullet Raja is better than most of the South-Indian ...

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5 Facts about Malala that make her what she is

“The roots of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet”, Aristotle, the Greek philosopher had perhaps foretold the recent plight of Pakistani children back in the 300 BC. Here are some very interesting facts about Malala, the sate of education in Pakistan and of girls in the Swat Valley. 1. Constitution of Pakistan obligates the state to provide free and ...

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Students in Free Enterprise

SIFE is an international non-profit organization that organises college students to make a significant difference in their communities. SIFE is a team-based activity – you’ll be a member of a team that represents your university to work within the community. These teams of students apply business concepts to new projects with a wide outreach that improve the standard of living ...

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