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Spacegirl - 9 hours ago

It's been a rather dull period at the movies. A suggestion to see the latest installment of Alien had been swiftly turned down by a friend, who cited bad reviews and ratings for not intending to catch it at all. I don't usually follow critics' choices. A highly-rated Get Out turned out to be an extremely uninteresting "horror" flick, and I literally fought to the death in defending my stand, citing that lone critic whose views I totally agreed with. I love horror films, and hated the movie for the fact that it pretended to be one.

Alien: Covenant, with an average rating of 7/10, doesn't really seem like a bad movie. Isn't 7 out of 10 considered above average? The ratings are all based on personal opinions anyways.

In any case, since the movie is hailed from one of my best-loved sci-fi series, I'll most definitely watching it. And if I've got more free time, perhaps a second viewing of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2.

With fewer distractions from the silver screen, I've more time to immerse in book reading. I enjoy all the drama in the fictitious world, but not interested at all, when it comes to real-life drama of any sorts.




Indo Romanian Film And Cultural Forum Moves Further

asiannewsagency - 21 hours ago

New Delhi: Indo Romanian Film & Cultural Forum, formerly inaugurated by H.E. Radu Dobre the Ambassador of Romania to India during the Global Film Festival Noida 2015, has moved much ahead.

IRFCF- Indo Romanian Film And Cultural Forum has recently handed over a scholarship of a short term course of World class film school –AAFT to the Ambassador for the deserving candidate from Romania. A film from Romania has been a part of Global Film Festival too. Many other arrangements including shooting of Bollywood films in Romania are under consideration.

H.E. Cristina Tarteata the visiting Secretary of the State from Ministry of Tourism, Government of Romania to New Delhi has recently appreciated Sandeep Marwah Chairman Indo Romanian Film And Cultural Forum in a grand function at Maurya Shreton.


xanerious - 1 day ago

So what is it that makes life interesting for you? 

What is it that makes you want to wake up to?





What is it that makes you happy?



skyz08 - 1 day ago

我們 像沒發生事一樣
自顧地 走在路上


8th BCS Ratna Award Honors Sandeep Marwah

asiannewsagency - 1 day ago

New Delhi: “A remarkable progress of International Chamber of Media And Entertainment Industry under the leadership of Sandeep Marwah President Marwah Studios has already impressed the stake holders,” said Dr. K.B. Rohtagi President 8th BCS Ratna Awards at a grand function at Hotel Lalit, New Delhi.

Interaction with 164 countries of the World, students of film and media from 120 countries enrolled, and international events like Global Film Festival, Global Festival of Journalism, Global Literary Festival, Global Fashion Week, International Festival of Cellphone Cinema etc. on the annual basis have become international properties of India.

Global Tourism Summit, Global Education Summit, Global Leadership Summit, Global Media And Entertainment Summit, Global Cooperative Summit all have attracted more than 100 countries to India.

The award committee honored Sandeep Marwah for his untiring contribution to the industry by presenting a memento. “Every award adds new responsibility on your shoulders. I will put extra efforts to make things more smooth in the industry,” said Sandeep Marwah on receiving award.

Later Sandeep Marwah presented quite a number of awards to the industry leaders for their vast contribution in their respective fields. N. S. Tomar Minister of Rural Development Government of India appreciated the efforts of Marwah.


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The Good Life.

AshleyJo - 2 days ago


So much has transpired. So much has gone through my head. I've been pondering over the big Qs of late and it makes me wonder abt the definition of The Good Life. Clearly, it is one of a highly subjective nature. 

J and I were discussing the ever intriguing "what-makes-us-happy" topic. To her, simple joys come in the form of being able to read tonnes of books and likewise for me, indulging in my weekly pursuits makes me a happy woman. But going beyond our ephemeral pleasures on a day-to-day basis, what truly gives us The Good Life which will sustain our existence on a more spiritual level and in a more self-aware manner? 

Money and Success have never been determinants of what constitutes a Good Life for me. Yet to many, and amongst them I count them some of my friends and ex lovers, the precepts of the Good Life are dictated by say, one's own house (or a bigger house?), travelling, car (or a nicer car?), branded wallet/bag/shoes/whatever material possession one can "own". As it is, The Good Life means differently to diff individuals. 

If we were to pit suffering against success, it's a no contest. At least by the measure of the human mind that's been so conditioned by societal expectations. The world at large credits success but nobody gives value to Suffering. And I can understand why, because I wouldn't want to suffer either and I would hate to see my loved ones going through suffering in life. But I've come to appreciate the value of suffering, not just from a spiritual perspective but truly understand that some forms of suffering are indeed worthwhile to bring abt other positives in life. Hence, value creation from suffering. I'm thankful to have gained a more in-depth understanding that suffering for a greater cause until the day I die is a life well-lived. As ironical as it sounds. And perhaps, this is what The Good Life truly means. 



Spacegirl - 2 days ago

Traveling in space doesn't require much company, as it's a quiet place for one to rest, recharge or go on an adventure. Spacedog is totally cool with it, as long as I keep her entertained with cookies and a bit of belly rub. 

Sometimes we land on a friendly planet, and catch up with the inhabitants. They often update us with what's going on in their lives, mainly about relationships and the complications that arise from them. We listen, even though we are more interested in topics that involve time-traveling and magical thinking. 

While Spacedog gets busy licky her paws, which is a sign of boredom, I'll attempt to work out the logic behind the complicated parts of the relationship. Usually I won't find any, and so I'll start counting in my head 1 to 100, then 100 to 1, repeatedly, which is a sign of boredom. 

Once Spacedog begins pacing around with all four of her paws wet with saliva, and me losing count in between 1 and 100, I'll inform the friendly inhabitants politely that I have to walk Spacedog, and bid them farewell. 

Onboard our spacecraft, which roars its way into space again, we feel our spirits rise as we head towards our next adventure. 


How to Hook New Customers with Your Explainer Video

williamhawk - 2 days ago

Animated explainer videos are a perfect tool for attracting visitors to your site and telling them about the key benefits and features of your product.According to Nielsen Research, Training and Consulting Group, the average user spends about 10-20 seconds on a site if there is no compelling reason to stay longer.And the first ten seconds are critical for giving the user this reason to stay by clearly setting out your value proposition.Having such a short period of time, you cannot rely only on text and graphic ways to attract their attention.If you do differ from your competitors, have a distinct advantage, or offer a unique service/product, you have to SHOW this to the users, who often have neither time, nor desire to investigate why they should take YOUR offer.

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Asian Education Group Congratulated Sonam Kapoor on National Award

asiannewsagency - 2 days ago

New Delhi; “We extend our heartiest congratulations to Sonam Kapoor on receiving National Award for her dynamic performance in feature film Neerja Directed by Ram Madhvani,” said Sandeep Marwah President Marwah Studios complimenting Sonam and greeting to Anil Kapoor at Vigyan Bhawan.

The Honorable President of India Shri Pranab Mukerjee bestowed upon the National award for Best Feature Film- Neerja and Special Mention to Actress Sonam Kapoor in a majestic function at Vigyan Bhawan in the august presence of Who’s Who of India.

Sonam Kapoor has won many accolades, she was ranked seventh on The Times of India‘s 2010 “Most Desirable Woman” list,. She was in the top ten of UK magazine Eastern Eyes “World’s Sexiest Asian Women” list from 2011 to 2014. In 2012 and 2013 she also held 48th and 45th place, respectively, on the Indian edition of Forbes “Celebrity 100” lists, based on the income and popularity of Indian celebrities.

She was named Woman of the Year by the men’s magazine GQ India in 2013.Kapoor has also acquired several titles at the Filmfare Glamour and Style Awards. “We are proud of Sonam Kapoor.” added Marwah.


Exhibition of Paintings by Special Children Inaugurated by Sandeep Marwah

asiannewsagency - 3 days ago

New Delhi: “My good wishes to all of you on this auspicious occasion of Mother’s Day. Today is the right day to highlight the art presented by special children. It is nice to see the paintings dedicated to mother,” said Sandeep Marwah President Marwah Studios while inaugurating the exhibition of paintings at Hungarian Information and Cultural Centre at New Delhi.

The Hungarian Information and Cultural Centre is meant to promote both Indian and Hungarian art. Today we have blended both the arts on the walls of centre as a gesture of strong relationship,” added Wilhelm Zoltan Director of the Centre.

Prof. Ramesh Kumar Pandey Vice Chancellor of Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidhyapetha also spoke on the occasion.

The exhibition was presented by Santoshpur- Agantuk under the title Anya and attended by large number of people from all strata of life including young artists Hemavathy Guha, Sangeeta Kumar Murthy, Ragini Sinha, Swarnali Pal, Madhubanti Chatterjee, Rinku Bhadra and Zsuzsa Gajdan who all displayed their paintings.


One nice poem

fflovelife - 4 days ago

Generating compassion does not mean actually freeing beings from their sufferings; it is wishing that they be free. Of course, if there are things we can do to help, we should do them. Sometimes our efforts will work, sometimes not. The most skilled doctor is unable to cure every patient, and the most courageous rescue worker can't save every life. No matter how strong we may wish someone to be free from a problem, we may not be able to bring this about. We can only try our best, and then accept whatever the result maybe.


Master Class by Priyanka Kothari at AAFT

asiannewsagency - 4 days ago

Noida: It was lucky day for the department of Acting at Asian Academy of Film And Television when students got an opportunity to interact with renowned film actress Priyanka Kothari at campus.

“Strong determination and focused requirements can get you to a place what you are dreaming for. Continuous efforts and PR exercise is the requirement of the trade,” said Priyanka Kothari while answering the non-stop questions asked by the students.

“Every student must be ready for the interviews and auditions, which is the trend in the industry now. Aim big to be a big man. Your desires must be backed and supported by honest work to be a successful person,” added Sandeep Marwah President Asian Academy of Film And Television.

Priyanka Kothari started her carrier with Madhavan in a film Jay Jay and no looking back. More than 30 feature films in Hindi, Tamil, Telgu and Malayalam are to her credit. Some of the famous films were Sarkar, Bullet Rani, Bin Bulaye Barati, Agyaat, Aag, Darling, Darna Zaroori Hai, Killer, Shiva and many more.



Spacegirl - 4 days ago

These days, reading can become a more social activity, with all the different book clubs on social media that one can join. And not forgetting Bookstagram. It's through all these connections that I widen my scope of reading. 

I caught up with a bookstagram user recently for a book exchange. After the quick meet up, we chatted on Whatsapp and then came the question "Do you have a boyfriend?" 

I had not been asked this question in the longest time and was quite tickled by it. I thought I looked lesbian enough to most people. So I told her that I'm gay and she asked if I had a girlfriend. Then came the discussion on how tough it has been for me to find a compatible partner in an ever-shrinking pool of potential matches.

That reminded her of a local writing that she read once, and how she was moved to tears by it. She strongly recommended it to me.
Alfian Sa'at's The Invisible Manuscript is probably the most openly gay writing that I have come across in local literature. Although it's written from a gay man's perspective, I find resonance in many of Sa'at's poems. 

The one that strikes me the most is "Penmanship (for N)": 

"If I could gather all the premature full stops in your letters I would thread a bridge of ellipses back to where we left off, back to where we never started. My life's now a mess. You gave up your illusions on love so I could create my own."

Awesome words there.




I said yes on the 20th of May

stephie - 6 days ago

I said yes. It's a big step for me. One year ago I was asked this question but I didn't have the faith in myself. I couldn't make such promise. It's a life time commitment, so I had to think through it thoroughly. Could I do it then? Yes. But I was still hesitant of my level of faith. I knew this is the path I want to walk on, but in life everything can and does change. 

For every commitment I made believing it would last a life time, turned out I was proven wrong, so how can I be sure this time is different? And it is. If any part is to change it will only be me. So I need to be sure I am committing myself a life time once I say the 2 words.

So now after these exposures and training, my faith is growing and I feel I am becoming a more and more happy person and i finally agreed, on the 20th of May 2017. I said yes. I do.

Today is a new day. I start count down and look forward till my big day. 5 months to go. My big day taking refuge to Buddha.



tigertan - 6 days ago

我來到 你的城市 走過你來時的路

想像著 沒我的日子 你是怎樣的孤獨

拿著你 給的照片 熟悉的那一條街

只是沒了你的畫面 我們回不到那天

你會不會忽然的出現 在街角的咖啡店

我會帶著笑臉 揮手寒喧 和你坐著聊聊天

我多麼想和你見一面 看看你最近改變

不再去說從前 只是寒喧 對你說一句

只是說一句 好久不見


xanerious - 1 week ago

Never did I realised, how tall these walls are, built from fragments and shards, of broken memories and heartbreaks. 


My fortress.



Looking for a soulmate, someone to share everything with.

Ares374 - 1 week ago

Looking for a soulmate, someone to share everything with. Someone who shares my belief that we never stop growing individually professionally and personally and as a couple. I give all I have in a relationship and expect the same in return. Love to laugh and share new experiences with someone.. It's important that they are independent of mind and outlook but see the importance of being in a relationship..Someone who will take good care of me and show up much attention as well. E-mail: huntime374@gmail .com..They say that marriages are made in heaven. I want to find someone special to fly to heaven of passion and pleasure together. I am sure my destiny is here!



Love_Poet - 1 week ago

She who shall not be named.

Have you ever loved someone so much that after the wheel of times spins for years, and both of you have parted ways, and those brief yet beautiful memories are still etched to your heart and mind, like eternity?

I still think of her. I still think of her whenever I see a passing train that reminds me of the last day I saw her face and held her tight in my warm embrace for one last time. I still think of her when the nights seem lonely and the moon tends to shy away up above the sky, it feels as if she is still standing next to me, to feel her breath just an inch from my ears. I still think of her when I look at the sunshine on my window, to see her shadow walks by then disappears. I still think of her and I still do. While others might have thought that I have erased her name, buried the memories and forgotten the stories, she still lives in me. Sometimes it will be much easier to pretend and hide the truth, than to reveal everything that is inside your heart so no questions will be asked and no justifications have to be given. 

And as for now, let her be the secret of my heart.













Of moving on and letting go.

Love_Poet - 1 week ago

A broken heart can be mended.

I have seen so many broken hearts walking down the road of recovery with their head bowed down in outpouring tears and inconsolable grief. When hopes are dashed and vows are broken, what is there left to say and what is there left to do but to walk away and wish the other party nothing but all happiness that this world could ever offer. And what is more calming than walking in the rain with tears flowing heavily on the cheeks, a good disguise for those who refuse to conceal the matter of the heart from the naked eyes of strangers walking on the same path or driving around town when the night is drizzling with loud music turned on so that no one could hear your cries and wiles, surrending your broken heart and soul to the sad raindrops falling on the car's rooftop. The truth is, a broken heart might take years to be fully healed, a long journey to mend on and a winding road to retain the sanity of one's spirit and mind but in the end, this too shall pass. The day when you could look at those distant memories and feel as if they were just withering meadow leaves swept away by the gush of the whistling wind, that is the day when your wounds are going to start to heal. The past has no longer pierced you nor has it torn you apart. When you finally let go the attachment of the past hurt, that is when your moving on adventures will be unveiled and your hopes for the future will be unfolded.



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