Caped Crusader: The first Adventure

On the eve of Justice League being released,lets take a look at the one hero who is the odd duck in a team of super-powered human beings, the one mortal who stood toe to toe with gods and earned their respect. Lets take a look at his first outing which changed the way how superhero movies will be perceived for every movie to follow.

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The thick line between science and pseudo-science

“Is science bullshit? No, but there is a lot of bullshit currently masquerading as science.” In 21st century, when Science constantly opened doors and became the light bringer, the masters of the dark understood that simply shoving bullshit won’t work on masses anymore. They invented a new tool. The science of bullshit.

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Journalism in India: A 24×7 show of Sensational Breaking News

With recent black out order of NDTV a debate has arisen about Free speech of media. But in a country which has almost the 3rd highest number of media outlets, how capable or responsible are our media ? Why are they constantly trying to have our attention ?The answer might not be so simple yet so obvious.

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Game of Thrones: George R.R. Martin’s Masterclass in playing with the Audience

It is easy to think that a complex story like “Game of Thrones” will be told in a complex way. But in truth it is an exact opposite. Because of the vast numbers of characters, locations and story lines each theme has leaned heavily onto a basic fundamental of storytelling. It would be an understatement to say that people get attached to the characters of Game of Thrones. So how does a show which presumably has nothing new except tried and tested Sex, Politics, Battles, Dragons and medieval kingdoms bring audiences from around the world in and evoke such strong emotions?

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History Lies

It is important because history helps you understand the past to predict the future and help in creating it. Studying history gives us wide opportunities to get better understanding of our past experiences to count on the great achievements and avoid the horrific mistakes.But as in our country the syllabus is ever-changing , editing and updating and twisting we need to look at it at a different point of view.

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Programming: The art of instructions

With ever rising increase number of Software Engineers in our country also in the decline of IT services it may get lost that the heart of it all Programming is not only a tool to make computer do stuff that takes out manual labor.A lot of debate has happened if programming can be called art or just a craft, but with the internet and the new breed of aesthetic programmers we now sure have enough to prove my argument.

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