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Rajni’s game changer ‘Kochadaiiyaan’ to release in Bhojpuri among seven languages

    Kochadaiiyaan: the game-changer production Chennai: After months of delay, superstar Rajinikanth‘s Tamil period-drama “Kochadaiiyaan” is slated to release worldwide April 11, and its director Soundarya Rajinikanth Ashwin views the film as the next step in Indian cinema. “Following last year’s celebrations of India’s filmmaking centenary, we view the release of ‘Kochadaiiyaan’ as part of the next step of Indian cinema. For the first time a full length feature has been made using performance capture technology in India and I truly hope this creates a whole alternate... 

संयोग : पंडारा के बम शंकर जी की दास्तान

  सच्चिदानंद सिंह when hunting backfired! पंडारा के बम शंकर सिंह जी बम तो नहीं पर एक बन्दूक अमूमन हमेशा साथ रखते थे. सुबह के नाश्ते के बाद उनका पहनावा उन्नीसवी सदी के किसी अंग्रेज शिकारी का हो जाता था – घुटनों के नीचे तक पहुंचते बूट, खाकी पैंट के... 

मेरा भागलपुर: “बनफूल”

  सच्चिदानंद सिंह  बनफूल I भागलपुर में एक पैथोलजिस्ट हुआ करते थे बलाई बाबू; डा. बलाई चंद मुखोपाध्याय. खलीफाबाग बाज़ार के निकट ही उनका दवाखाना था. दवाखाने के बरामदे पर लाल रंग का एक साइनबोर्ड लगा था जिस पर बड़े बड़े सफ़ेद अक्षरों में... 

Bhagwandas Morwal’s ‘Ret’ [Sand]: reading the novel and its aura!

    by Ratnakar Tripathy Bhagwandas Morwal I really love it when I discover a good writer – a poet, a short story writer or a novelist. Recently, when a friend introduced to me the great Albanian novelist Ismail Kadare, lending me three of his books in Pune at a go, my shame at discovering this author so late in life was easily outweighed by the glow of joy that stayed with me for several days. I found myself looking for excuses to mention or if possible, discuss Kadare at length in the unlikeliest company and circumstances. I also felt a deep gratitude towards my friend that only... 

|| नमो चालीसा ||: NaMo Chaleesa, a poetic proposition!

By Sachidanand Singh Author’s note: After he was formally declared the BJP candidate for prime ministership, just to straighten my own thoughts, I had been toying with the idea of writing about Modi. While recalling his life and career I got tempted to put it in verse – something like a ballad. But ballads get terribly lengthy and I lack perseverance. To limit the size I decided on the form of “Chaaleesa”. I expressly state that I do not consider Mr Narendra Modi a sankat mochan nor do I dream of myself as a Tulsi Das. भयानक या भय से बचानेवाला... 

बहुभाषिकता एक सहज स्थिति है:क्यों और कैसे !

जीतेन्द्र वर्मा बहुभाविकता: एक सहज स्थिति भाषाविज्ञान की एक धारा का मानना है कि किसी देश में भाषा की अधिकता उस देश के विकास में बाधक तत्त्व की भूमिका निभाती है। अगर कोई व्यक्ति भी बहुभाषिक है तो उसका भी विकास सही ढंग से नहीं हो पाता... 

Welcome, गाँव कनेक्शन [GaonConnection]: India’s first rural newspaper!

GaonConnection : releasing inaugural issue! Bihardays welcomes GaonConnection, the first rural newspaper in India making use of the latest technology and resources. A unique and timely effort, this may be the paper that India has been waiting for. Apart from the rural reader, it will, it should receive a warm welcome and loyal readership among those city-dwellers who wish to keep in touch with the village, their own as well as others. In brief, bravo, GaonConnection!! The following material is  from the website of GaonConnection and will give the potential reader a taste of the new idea, the... 

Hindi to be taught in Australian schools!

Welcome Hindi Melbourne: Declaring that Asia’s rise is “unstoppable”, Australia on Sunday unveiled an ambitious plan aimed at forging deeper links with India and other booming economies of the region, including through teaching languages like Hindi and Mandarin in its schools. “While Australia was changing — Asia was changing too. Whatever else this century brings, it will bring Asia’s return to global leadership, Asia’s rise,” said Prime Minister Julia Gillard, who was recently on her maiden official visit to India. “This (Asia’s rise) is... 

Finally, Manto honoured by Pakistan: टोबा टेक सिंह

Saadat Hasan Manto Islamabad: Acclaimed writer Saadat Hasan Manto was on Monday  honoured with the Nishan-i-Imtiaz, Pakistan’s highest civilian award, 57 years after he died in virtual penury following several trials on charges of obscenity.  Manto is best known for his short stories, especially those that explored the impact of the partition of the subcontinent into India and Pakistan in 1947.  He ended a career as a scriptwriter in Mumbai to move to Pakistan with his family in early 1948. His frank style angered conservatives in Pakistan and he faced trial three times on charges of obscenity.... 

हाय!हयात

Dev N Pathak Dear home: Letters from an NRB हाय!हयात By Dev Nath Pathak मानसून की बेवफाई से इस साल एक मामूली सा हादसा ये होगा कि बियर बहुत बिकेगा बियर बेली बहुत बढेगा काली कोक और पीली माज़ा भी बिकेंगी शेक में थोडा सा बेचारा आम होगा किसी का मुनाफा और किसी का नुकसान होगा और... 
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