Archive for: August 2014

Our Take on PM Modi’s Maiden I-Day Speech

 My initial gut reaction to Modi’s maiden Independence Day speech could best be encapsulated in the words of Tushar Gandhi, the great-grandson of Mahatma Gandhi. He told Barkha Dutt of NDTV, in a special programme produced to analyse the PM’s speech, “I had come here to criticise Modi, but, after having heard his speech, I must say, it’s difficult to do that.” I have been a journalist in the past, and it was drilled into my impressionable mind by my seniors then, that one of the attributes of any journalist worth his salt was “objectivity”. I don’t intend to use up space to speculate on the possibility, or lack of it, of ever reaching the mirage of total objectivity. I shall leave such philosophical introspection for another post, perhaps sometime in the future. For now, however, I do beg your pardon, particularly, if you happen to find me being somewhat indulgent towards Modi, in this article.

Continue Reading..


Cliff Samuel
An article by:
Cliff Samuel

Singham Returns: Movie Review

Cast:Ajay Devgn, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Mahesh Manjrekar, Amol Gupte, Anupam Kher, Zakir Hussain, Dayanand Shetty, Sharat Saxena, Pankaj Tripathi, Ganesh Yadav, Ashwini Kalsekar

Director: Rohit Shetty   Writer: Farhad, Sajid, Yunus Sajawal, Rohit Shetty

Music: Ankit Tewari, Jeet Gangulli, Meet Bros Anjjan, Yo Yo Honey Singh

Running Time:145 minutes Continue Reading..

Prity Poddar
An article by:
Prity Poddar

The Ace Times

As it begins…..

After the most successful event ACE-MUN which held in Jan, 2014 here is the second edition of it named as ACE-Intra City Summit 2014. The inaugural ceremony started with the delegates quickly filling up the conference hall. The principal, dean and the HOD of civil department were welcomed on the dais followed by the Sec. General of ACE-ICS 2014 Avinash. Then the Sec. General along with the dignitaries on the dais lightened the lamp and started the ceremony. After the effective speeches by the Principal and Dean of the ACE college and the Sec. General declared the conference open. Then the delegates were sent off to their respective councils from where the council’s respective chairs took over the conference. Continue Reading..


Intellectual Post
An article by:
Intellectual Post