Category: Entertainment

Gaming ka Tempo high hai

Gaming ka Tempo high hai

With Diwali just in the past, and the inconvenient prospect of the end semester examinations sending chills down students’ spines there is hardly any time left for people to sit down and relax. November is a tough time for KGPians. Amidst all this madness of slogging for tests, struggling to keep up with deadlines and working for hours at length for Illumination, […]

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Offbeat Comedians: Armando Iannucci

Offbeat Comedians: Armando Iannucci

‘The Thick Of It’ gathered a cult following so strong that the show actually contributed a new word to the English lexicon (That word being ‘Omnishambles’. Microsoft Word doesn’t dare taint it with its red underline).

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Street Fighting to be included in Sports GC 2015-16

Street Fighting to be included in Sports GC 2015-16

Student members of the Hall Council, the Hall Senate, the Hall Parliament and the Hall Administrative Board have all unanimously given the green signal to include Street Fighting into the Sports GC 2015-16. The respective secretaries of the various halls have also promised to coordinate with Ankit to draw up a general rulebook for the event over the summer.

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2 Hours Post Election Results, Shadow Realizes He Was A Shadow (Poltucally Incorrect)

2 Hours Post Election Results, Shadow Realizes He Was A Shadow (Poltucally Incorrect)

But if they were bright, they wouldn’t be called shadows.

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The Poster Girls of Feminism

The Poster Girls of Feminism

Preface “…the other day, I heard they were honouring the Canadian men and women who fought at the frontline during the world wars. How can you explain that since women were not authorized to go to the frontline??? Will we hear of Caesar’s female legions and female galley slaves who of course took up 50% of the ranks of history, […]

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‘Third Time’s The Charm’, Third Year Reassures Himself, Before SF ’15 (Poltucally Incorrect)

‘Third Time’s The Charm’, Third Year Reassures Himself, Before SF ’15 (Poltucally Incorrect)

Sources report that Hardik, who names Barney Stinson as his personal hero, is going all out to ensure that this Spring Fest is the one in which he actualizes his Lakeside dreams.

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Beyond Mt. Fuji and Cherry Blossoms

Satoshi Kon is a man whose movies, contrary to our notion of anime, deal with emotions, perceptions and life in general. Not only is he a master of the surreal but also an ingenious painter of human emotions and life’s contradictions. The depth that one finds in his frame-by-frame-hand-drawn movies is hard to match even when compared to big budget […]

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Sab Q-tiyapa Hai

Sab Q-tiyapa Hai

Biswapati Sarkar – Does the name ring a bell? The man who’s written,directed and acted in plays that have been praised by the folks of Kgp spoke to The Scholars’ Avenue about The Viral Fever, placements, doing what you love and life, in general. Read on to know more.

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The Rise & Rise of Alternative Cinema

The Rise & Rise of Alternative Cinema

‘Yeh Wasseypur hai, yahan kabutar bhi ek pankh se udta hai aur doosri se apni izzat bachata hai.‘ Gritty, dark, mafia-esque, obscene, sensationalist and masterpiece – these are some of the words that best describe Anurag Kashyap’s modern day celluloid saga Gangs of Wasseypur. Yet, what lies at the heart of this gripping tale and is perhaps its most noticeable […]

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And the Oscar did not go to…

And the Oscar did not go to…

Every year, the American Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences hosts a grandiose ceremony to celebrate cinematic excellence in various aspects of film-making. Needless to say, the Oscar (as the award has come to be known in popular parlance) is THE most prestigious award of its kind in the English speaking world. Ever since it’s inception, hardly a year […]

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