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In his inimitable style of making another thriller, Mukul Deva demonstrates his plot with unusual ease and tackles the storyline with believable characters.
RIP is a story set in the times of peaceful anti corruption movement of 2011, while the country is agitated with the corruption and the masses join the movement, elsewhere a group of ex-SPG men led by Col Krishna Athawale decide to form Resurgent Indian Patriots and teach the politicians a lesson in a way that they would understand, ofcourse it needed to hurt them literally and they chose the violent route.
The RIP chooses its targets with precision that would would only be a mark of a former army personnel. They know its a gamble that they are on and especially if they mis-step even once, that would be the end of their mission and even their life. But the team is committed and works its plan to the tee and executes them to the dot.
Raising the stakes much higher, they announces their intent so that they police and the govt make all necessary precaution and to make their point continue to literally execute the offenders.
The story also has the Govt.’s angle with the Home Minister Karunakaran deciding to do a private investigation and derail the RIP. He in fact hires Raghav again an ex special protection group personnel, to ground the RIP. What would it be without the real police or the investigating wing in here and you have the CBI Director also playing an important role in the story.
The story also has some emotional moments with the personal side of the characters and how they cope with the stress of the work and try balancing it personally.
The character of Reena and of the kids add to the emotional value to the storyline, which otherwise is just the professional working of the RIP in action.
The last and the final assault of RIP is gripping to the core especially as the narrative turns on from the central Delhi to the Noida the final stages giving in to real suspense.
The book has the script of the movie showing in front of your eyes, and you could sometimes see yourself in the drivers seat and visualise whats happening in front of you and also in the rear view mirror.
The romance of Reena and Krishna though a bit exaggerated adds for some nice conversations and in that the author gives way to the human side of the characters .
The villain of the piece Raghav gets to play his role though he is late by a minute which in this story is very very late.
Though you might get to draw parallels to the characters and situations in the story, I think given a chance the reader and the country men at large will want an exercise like that, atleast a fanciful one if it could change the face of the country and wipe off the corrupt.
Thanks to the author’s background, he has a vivid and interesting way to present the armed forces and their role in the nation building especially when during peace times or the things they do to avert a war.
This was one of the best moments in my life! Being with the F1 car atop the Khardung La – the highest motorable road in the world!
Thanks RedBull for the opportunity!
So that’s was a pleasant surprise when I heard from Blogadda that I am getting to test the all new Tata Indica Vista D90 the one which is yet to be launched.
The car arrived at my office on that day, was feeling elated, it’s a new car and few people have access to it. The ever smiling Tushar Shah from Tata Motors was my connect for the car.
Very sporty look with a dual tone alloy wheels, and a standard TATA front grill, chrome plated fog lamps (front & rear) and a pretty wide eyes – triple barrel headlamps almost going to the door greeted me at the first look! The car comes with ABS, the airbags as standard, in the car I drove which is spice red it had a contrast roof a black one!
You open the car doors to a wide interiors looking menacingly with the beige interiors adding to the space. You could seat comfortably smug in the bucket seat and with steering tilt adjust it to your convenience.
A look at the steering wheel and you get the smart controls at your finger tips. The music, the phone which can be connected via Blue tooth and much more! A peek into the clean dash board gives you the nice interface on the speedometer and the rpm you rev.
The centrally located dashboard has the 2din music system which has connectivity on USB and also the Blue tooth! You could pair upto 5 devices and the moment you are in the car it will automagically connect you to the device, well you could prioritise the device list.
So you know you got to only think about driving your passionate vehicle and only enjoy the drive. You can pick up the call right from the steering wheel, don’t have to take your hands off anytime.
Just above the console that houses the time machine blinking on the you, is all new Driver Information System. Mindblowing insight into consumer insight is my way of looking at that. It gives you the distance left to the Fuel station, the average mileage that you are clocking at any instant and also the temperature and the time all at alternate clicks of the button.
The leg room is ample for the fornt seat as well as the back seats and the back seat can comfortably seat three people. Behind the seat is a socket for you to charge your electronic devices. Just in case the battery charger is in use near the driver’s console.
The back seat also folds itself to give you more space in case you want at times.
Now you start the car and it responds with a low sound, and you would want to confirm yourself with pushing the accelerator, then you know it’s a diesel engine. Once you get into the driving mode the engine responds so very agile and gets to push faster of course if you have a clear road ahead.
The engine throwing up 90 bhp and with VGT as the state of the heart, responds quickly even at low rpms for you to navigate the city traffic and the traffic signals with ease.
Driving in traffic, it squeezes through cutting corners with the very responsive power steering and the turning radius is awesome to say the least.
The engine responds with a 0-100 kmph in over 15 seconds flat and can touch a top speed of over 150 kmph.
Sometimes intelligence is also at the back of the car like here in D90, where in case its raining your rear wiper will go into action automatically when you are reversing the car. Yeah I had forgot to mention the rear demister too! May be two days later I would have got the wind of the same in Delhi when it rained.
A very nice package from TATA and looking forward to it being a runaway success. A very powerful car in its class and with the host of new features it would be a great steal! I am sure you are gonna enjoy the long drive!
This is a part of Blogadda Sponsored Review Program! (http://blog.blogadda.com/2012/12/27/30-bloggers-review-vista-d90-diesel)
As a part of the Columbia University School of Journalism celebrating its centennial, they had a panel discussion on Social Media Power and Pitfalls at Taj Mansingh, New Delhi.
The event had Sanjeev Bikhchandani, Founder & CEO, Infoedge (Naukri.com) introducing the panelist,Sree Sreenivasan, Chief Digital Officer, the social media guru for us and Barkha Dutt, Managing editor, NDTV, also a Columbia School of Journalism Alumni.
Before the actual panel discussion started with Barkha Dutt and Sree Sreenivasan asking her questions and discussing how the social media is influencing the main stream media, we were privileged to listen to his take on how social media would change things for the future.
I would also like to share a few of the things he put up on his slides.
So looking at the picture, I remember a similar one with 1 million as the standard, and to think that it has been taken to 50 Million is a pointer to the way things are fast paced and also what holds in future.
He also took us on the way how the print/news industry in US is now looking for drastic solutions unlike their Indian counterparts. The classic final cover of Newsweek was a revelation with a hashtag #LastPrintIssue.
We also got to know that Associated Press has started to print news along the bills and invoice receipts, so the next time you make a purchase you could also get your bills with the latest developments. This is one of the trial that the media is trying out.
The best of his interaction was when he put up this slide:
I believe this is pretty true even on a macro level. If we were to think that people are sitting in front of their seats and waiting for an update from you and me, forget that or from a brand, then yes we have a problem.
The sheer size of the data that it generates is the real issue, times have changed and so have the number of users across media platforms, with so much of updates, tweets and videos, the challenge lies in being heard and being noticed and it’s just that we will almost be missed especially on Social Media.
He also touched upon the changing media habits and how we should be making ourselves more knowledgeable with whats happening which he suggested as changing media diet.
According to him the year 2013 would be the year of Social, Mobile, Video and Geo location/Local.
Now onto the panel discussion with Barkha Dutt and Sree Sreenivasan, it was also a peek into the minds of the media and also the reader.
Barkha Dutt was candid in admitting that social media has made it to prominence and on a personal note she was happy about being able to talk to people. That twitter has made it easy to access the people has brought about a great change in the attitude of some celebrities.
She gave a ring side view of how she takes the divergent and sometimes over the top opponents – described as ‘trolls’ and their comments. On the other side, she felt that she should be able to take the discussion offline and also extend to know the person offline.
The general perception is that the television or the print media is not that threatened as much as in the west may be for the next 5 -10 years. But yes Barkha made a clear point when she said she was doubtful if Indian viewers will ever pay for content as they have been always getting them for free!
To me it was a learning experience especially with the two mega minds in business. Sree Sreenivasan, then put together 13 ways to stay relevant in the social media, pardon any media for that matter reproduced below! That pretty much sums up the whole!
So cheers to you/ your brands success this year….
PS: this post was written for Lighthouseinsights.in and was published here: http://lighthouseinsights.in/social-media-power-and-pitfalls-cuj100-guest-post.html
This is the first time I am reading Ravi Subramanian, thanks to Blogadda.
The Bankster unravels the intricate banking system and how a few cunning people can beat it smart. The characters in the story are pretty much like you and me. You will relate to them if you had visited a bank so much for the identifying part of this.
The web of complexities and an unsusual turn of events at a multinational bank makes for an interesting reading. Very fast paced and close to life, next door characters, this is the story of human weakness, that of manipulating relationships even when literally being the relationship manager at the branch of a bank.
So when there is a series of murders or accidents as the world would like to be believed, especially of one of his close friend, Karan the ex-employee turned reporter smells foul play and has a task at hand to identify and save the rest including himself when he sees a pattern emerging with people related to a particular account at GB2.
On the other side of the story which runs parallel is the agitation against the commissioning of the new nuclear plant and how an agitation to ensure safety standards is hijacked to personal agendas and also goes on to become a network of unlawful activities which finds a thread at the one of the accounts of GB2.
The story shows the author with his background, as an expert in banking and has a grip on human emotions and weakness and a behavioural pattern at its best and worst in a narrative style that’s keeps you wanting to finish this off in one quick read.
The analytical and logical treatment that he offers with Karan and the team that investigates privately is an awesome read. We should give it to the characterisation of Karan, who very deftly handles and delves into the minds of the executioners.
And not to forget is the episode at Vienna and how the police department leaves no stones unturned to get the perpetrators of crime to book. You have a CCD out there in the middle of all this.
The best part is the way the author has the story in control all the three events at different places of the globe and weaving a nice suspense filled thriller. He also has to his credit making the reader look aside and may be think of who the bankster could be or may be it was my thought.
Overall an excellent fast read, and a nice plot and I would have to agree when Wall Street Journal says – Meet the John Grisham of Banking. I am a fan of John Grisham and all the legal stories, especially my favorite being Street Lawyer.
Well that was the headline that was not to be! Micheal Schumacher the seven time World Champion and the Mercedes Team driver went on to finish on top of the Qualifying Session, except that a 5 place grid penalty was hanging right from the last grand prix and would start 6th tomorrow!
It has been quite a while since the fans and the teams have looked to Schumacher to regain his stronghold, and the time has come today when he went on take the pole. Monaco is one of the trickiest circuit in the calendar and just when people were discussing how other teams were doing the best, Mercedes seems to have got it right this time with two of it drivers in a clash of making it to the top three.
Tomorrow it going to be a great day with the order looking very solid and Webber who is now on pole would not want to miss out on such an opportunity especially at Monaco.
Now will wait and watch how it will unfolds tomorrow and with no margin for error the driver who steers a nice drive can be sure of a lights to flag, and yes will it rain????