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NCIS | Introduction To A Nice Police Procedural From USA

The rise of ECommerce made it possible for the viewers around the globe to explore some fantastic movies, books, magazines and TV Shows without worrying about geographical boundaries. The rise of Amazon Prime, especially in recent times, in India and Reliance Jio’s digital library made many of English TV Shows from USA and UK available in India. We got a ... Read More »

RIP by Mukul Deva | Book Reviews

RIP by Mukul Deva - Book Cover

Recently we got a chance to read a thriller named RIP (not – Rest In Peace – but – Resurgent Indian Patriots : 1) by author Mukul Deva. It was really a nice experience and here are our detailed views and reviews for the same. The book falls into the thriller category and despite being a crime thriller, just considering ... Read More »

Safari Magazine | Gujarati Edition | October 2017 Issue | Views And Reviews

Safari Magazine - Gujarati Edition - October 2017 Issue - Cover Page

Like every month there are probably thousands of magazines are published. But, how many of them are actually worth your time and money? Based on your area of interest(s), the list can be of different size. There are very few magazines which bring some substance in terms of knowledge and information and fall in “must read” category. Safari – a ... Read More »

The Tournament Of Champions Part 2 | Episode 13 of Baahubali: The Lost Legends Animation Series | Views and Reviews

Let us talk about the last episode of the first season of Baahubali: The Lost Legends. It explores the events happened after barbarian attack during the tournament. And thus, rightfully titled as “The Tournament Of Champions – Part 2”. TV Serial : Baahubali – The Lost Legends Season : Season 1 : 19 Apr, 2017 Episode # : 13 Episode ... Read More »

The Woman on the Orient Express by Lindsay Jayne Ashford | Book Reviews

The Woman on the Orient Express - a book by - Lindsay Jayne Ashford - Cover Page

If you are an avid reader who loves to explore thrillers, murder mysteries and crime fiction, the chances are very rare that you haven’t heard about Agatha Christie. She is popularly known as the queen of crime (fictional works)! Agatha Christie’s own life had some mysterious phases too. Her sudden disappearance from public eyes and then reappearance (in 1928) is ... Read More »