R.K. Laxman “Indian Cartoonist”

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Name: Rasipuram Krishnaswami Iyer Laxman

Born: 24 October 1921

Location: Mysore, Karnataka, India

Died: 26 January 2015

Occupation: Cartoonist, Illustrator


Rasipuram Krishnaswami Iyer Laxman was famously known as R.K. Laxman was born on 24 October 1921 in Mysore. He is famous for his creation of cartoon “The Common Man” for the daily comic strip “You Said It” which was started in the year 1951 in The Times of India.

Early Life

R.K. Laxman was the youngest of six sons and his father was a headmaster. Laxman was called as the “Pied Piper of Delhi”. From childhood he had a passion towards drawing and he used to draw the caricatures his father and teachers. Later he developed that interest into reality. He used to illustrate one of his brother’s (R.K. Narayan) stories. Laxman inspired from the famous British Cartoonist Sir David Low, whose cartoons used to appear in The Hindu. Though his father expired, Laxman continued his schooling with the help of the family. After high school, he applied to the J.J. School of art, but the college rejected saying that he lacked in talent. Then he completed his graduation with a Bachelor of Arts from University of Mysore.


  • As a student he started illustrations to newspapers and magazines including Swarjya and Blitz and also political cartoons for local newspapers.
  • He also drew illustrations for movies like Narada and later he shifted to Mumbai and worked for many newspapers. Laxman got his first break with R.K. Karanjia’s weekly publication Blitz and became famous as a cartoonist.
  • R.K. Laxman joined Free Press Journal in the year 1946 as a political cartoonist, Bal Thackerey was his colleague, who later became a famous politician.
  • In the year 194 he also created popular mascot “Gattu” for the Asian Paints group.
  •  He joined The Times of India and started working as a cartoonist for children’s magazine and later on he became chief political cartoonist for that paper. His became very popular with his cartoon “The Common Man”. The character received many applauses.
  • Apart from his cartoons and illustrations he was also a writer. Some of his novels are “The Hotel Riviera” and “The Messenger”.  The book “The Distorted Mirror”  is a collection of short stories, essays and articles.


  • R.K. Laxman  honoured with many awards which include Indian civilian honours Padma Bhushan and Padma Vibhushan.
  • He also received Ramon Magsaysay Award in the year 1984 for journalism, literature and creative communication arts.

Love Logic Less Telugu Short Film

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Love Logic Less Telugu Short Film – A Comedy Love Story

Cast : Rakesh Galebhe, Jenny Honey, Uday Pandey
Producer: Subhash and Dheeraj
Music : Kesava Kiran
DOP and Editor: Subhash Chandra
Direction: Dheeraj Raju

Released on Jan 18, 2013

Theme of the Short Film

It is cute love story without a logic.

Story of the Short Film

The story starts with a hero waiting in the coffee shop for a heroine. Then the person (writer) in the coffee shop comes to the hero and they introduce themselves. The person asks hero about his love story. Hero starts narrating a story like this…”I have a met a girl on road and had a general conversation…. later on that developed into friendship”. within few days that friendship turned into love.

The person says “such a cute love story”. Then what is the reason of break up…

Hero replies that “I am a Btech failure but she said to her friends that am going abroad for MS”.

The person says “Is this the reason for break up”. Next heroine calls to hero that she will be coming in 2 minutes.

Heroine comes…she asks “where are the gifts”. They both will exchange their gifts. While exchanging the gifts the heroine slaps him and she leaves…

Then the writer made him (hero) realise that she still loves you..

Hero leaves…and pleases her to accept him.  Then writer will ask heroine how did you get the idea of writing on a tissue and proposing.

Heroine gets shocked…..and story end here…

Watch Love Logic Less here


Nice movie loved it……
Good film
Super film…

ARUN JAITLEY- Minister of Finance

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Arun Jaitley, Minister


Born: 28 December 1952

Location: Naraina Vihar, New Delhi

Qualification: B.Com (Shri Ram College of Commerce)

L.L.B (University of Delhi)

Designation: Minister of Finance,

Minister of Corporate Affairs,

Rajya Sabha member in Parliament


Early Life

  • Arun was born to Maharaj Kishen and Ratan Prabha. Arun Jaitley done his schooling at St.Xavier’s School (1957-69). He came from a family of social activists, his father was a lawyer and mother was a social activist. So from the childhood he was very passionate towards studies, debates, politics and sports.
  • He graduated from Shree Ram College of Commerce, he was an active debater and became President of the student union of the college. Jaitley completed his L.L.B from University of Delhi (1973-77).
  • Arun jaitley’s interest in political career started from the very beginning of his victory in election, as the President of the Delhi University Students Union. Later his interest led him to join the movement of Janata Party against corruption. By his work, he was appointed as the Convener of the Coordination Committee of the youth and student organisation.
  • He got married to Sangeeta Jaitley, and has two children, Sonali Jaitley & Rohan Jaitley, they both are working as lawyers.


  • After his college, in the year 1977, he was appointed as All India Secretary of the ABVP and the president of Delhi ABVP.
  • Jaitley joined BJP In the year 1980 and he was selected as the president of the youth wing of the BJP and the secretary of the Delhi Unit in the same year.
  • In the year 1998 United Nation General Assembly session, Arun Jaitley was a representative on behalf of the government of India and was successful in bringing the bill against drugs and money laundering.
  • He became the spokesperson for the BJP in 1999. And in the same year he was in charge of Minister of State, Department of Information. He controlled Ministry of Law, Justice and Company Affairs.
  • In the year 2000, for the first time he became the member of the Rajya Sabha from Gujarat. He was also appointed as the head of the Ministry of Shipping, were he held accountable for introducing new berths to increase the efficiency by reducing the turnaround time.
  • Arun jaitley has appointed as Cabinet Minister in Nov 2000, after the resignation of Ramjeth Malani. He brought many amendments to the Civil and Criminal Procedure Code, and the Companies Act.
  • In 2002 he became the General Secretary of the BJP, he worked as the National Spokesperson till 2002 and again in 2003 he worked as Minister of Commerce and Industry. As the state of the WTO negotiations was very critical during that time, he got many responsibilities to do during his term. He served there till 2004.
  • Jaitley was elected three times as a member of Rajya Sabha in 2000, 2006 and in 2012 from Gujarat.
  • He had an important role in bringing the Women Reservation Bill in the Rajya Sabha and also supported Anna Hazare for the Jan Lokpal Bill. Jaitley was known as Leader of opposition, for his endless efforts.
  • On 26th, May 2014, Arun Jaitley became the Finance Minister of India.

Important positions held by Arun Jaitley:

  • 2000-2001 -Minister of Shipping
  • 2000-2002 -Minister of Law and Justice
  • 2003-2004 -Minister of Commerce and Industry and Minister of Law and Justice
  • From 2014 -Finance Minister.

How to prepare payasam-readitsoon

How to prepare payasam

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How to prepare payasam
How to prepare payasam


One liter full fat milk (cow’s milk if preferred if making for naivedyam)

½ cup rice

3 to 4 green cardamoms powdered

¾ to 1 cup jaggery or sugar or palm sugar (3/4 is moderately sweet)

2 to 3 tbsps. Ghee (Cow’s ghee is preferred if making for naivedyam

How to make the recipe



  1. Wash rice several times and soak it in enough water.
  2. Pour milk to a rinsed heavy bottom pot, bring it to a boil on a medium flame. Rinsing

prevents the milk solids from sticking at the bottom.

Making rice payasam or paramannam

  1. To the boiling milk, add drained rice and stir.
  2. Cook the rice till it turns mushy and soft. Stirring once in every few minutes is

needed. Mash few grains of cooked rice with a ladle to the side of the hot pot, the rice

should get mashed well.

  1. Adjust the consistency of the payasam by adding more milk. Let the rice and milk

bubble up after adding milk if needed. Mash the rice if you desire.

  1. Add sugar or jaggery or cooled jaggery syrup and green cardamom powder, to the

pot. Switch Off the stove and mix to blend everything well. Refer notes for jaggery


  1. Heat ghee in another small pan, fry cashews till golden, add raisins. Stir till they swell

and pour this to the rice payasam.

  1. Set aside the nuts and raisins for garnish if desired.


Unfortunately Telugu Short Film


Unfortunately Telugu Short Film – A Lot Can Happen Over Coffee

Cast : Hemanth Varma, Lahari Madala
Producer: Subhash and Dheeraj
Music : Kesava Kiran
DOP and Editor: Subhash Chandra
Direction: Subhash Chandra

Released on May 3, 2012

Theme of the Short Film

Unfortunately they both met.

Story of the Short Film

The story starts in the coffee shop. Hero waits for the girl (chatting friend). Then heroine comes. They both will have funny conversation. Hero asks heroine “any relationship”. Then she narrates a movie story in a funny way and that continues….

In between the conversation she receives a call from the person, whom she supposed to meet. But unfortunately she will meet hero, because of the confusion in the names. Hero also receives a call from the girl (chatting friend). Both hero and heroine will meet wrong person.

They will have a small argument……They both will comment on boys and girls behaviour and that continues….

After sometime they both will realise and apologise each other…

Next they will talk about each other………..The story ends here…

Watch Unfortunately film here


Awww…Too cute
Nice film
Good theme
Cool movie ..super lyrics
How to make akki roti-readitsoon

How to make akki roti

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How to make akki roti-readitsoon


  • 1 cup rice flour
  • 1 small onion chopped
  • 2 to 3 tbsp. fresh coconut grated
  • ½ carrot grated
  • 2 green chilies deseeded
  • coriander leaves handful chopped
  • ½ tsp cumin/ jeera
  • Salt as needed
  • water as needed
  • oil as needed


1 tbsp. chana dal soaked

½ tsp ginger grated

How to make the recipe

  1. Add 1 cup flour to a bowl along with other ingredients. Mix everything well.
  2. Add water little by little and make a soft dough. Divide the dough to 4 equal balls.
  3. Grease a pan with very little oil.
  4. Place a ball on the tawa, begin to spread it with your fingers to a make a round roti. It

can be made thick or thin to suit your taste. If making thick, make finger sized wholes

with one and half inches apart.

  1. Heat it on a high flame and toast it on both the sides. After flipping it sprinkle some oil

to prevent dryness.

  1. When brown spots appear, roti is done. Do not over cook it may turn hard.
  2. Cool the tawa completely and then spread another roti or use 2 pans to make 2 rotis

at one time.

Success Story of Journalist Rajdeep Sardesai

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Name: Rajdeep Sardesai

Born: 24 May 1965

Location: Mumbai, India

Profession: Journalist, TV anchor

Spouse: Sagarika Ghose (Journalist)


Rajdeep Sardesai is famous Indian Journalist, news anchor and author. He is currently working as consulting editor at India today group. He also worked as chief editor of IBN 18 Network which includes CNN-IBN, IBN7 and IBN Lokmat. Rajdeep also writes columns for many English dailies.

Early Life

Rajdeep was born on 24 May 1965 in Mumbai. Rajdeep was the son of Former Indian test cricketer Dileep Sardesai. He completed his schooling from Campion School, Mumbai. Rajdeep did his graduation in economics from St.Xavier’s College. After the completion of his graduation, he joined University College Oxford to pertain degrees Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Civil Law and Master of Arts.

He used to play cricket while he was studying at Oxford University and in the year 1987 he became the member of Indian cricket team against Pakistan touring team.

Personal Life

Rajdeep got married to Sagarika Ghosh. She is renowned journalist. She worked at The Times of India, The Indian Express and the Outlook Magazine. They blessed with two children Ishan and Tarini.


  • Rajdeep started his career as a journalist and worked with The Times of India for six years and also worked as city editor of its Mumbai edition.
  • In the year 1994 he entered the field of television as a Political Editor of New Delhi Television (NDTV).
  • Rajdeep was the managing editor of NDTV India and NDTV 24X7 and he held the responsibility of overseeing the programming and format for the channels and also hosted a TV show ‘The Big Fight’.
  • After quitting NDTV, he started his own company Global Broadcast News (GBN) collaborating with CNN, TV 18 and formed new channel called CNN-IBN in the year 2005. Rajdeep was the Editor-in-Chief for that channel.
  • Rajdeep bought 47 percent stake of channel7, now it renamed as IBN7. He is also been the President of Editors Guild of India.
  • Rajdeep covered many national and international political stories and also writes columns for many English dailies.
  • He left IBN in the year 2014 and currently he is working for India Today group.


  • Rajdeep Sardesai was the recipient of numerous awards which include India’s Civilian honour Padma Shri for Journalism in the year 2008.
  • He also received International Broadcasters award for the coverage of Gujarat Riots in the year 2002 and also won Ramnath Goenka award for his excellence in journalism in the year 2006.

Tholi Parichayam Telugu Short Film

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Tholi Parichayam Telugu Short Film

Cast : Srikanth Gurram, Sarayu Roy
Producer: Manasa bharadwaj, Vishnu Teja Gunajipalli
Music : PVR Raja
DOP : Vimal DP
Story and Direction: Aryan Sandy

Released on May 20, 2016

Theme of the Short Film

A cute love story between two strangers.

Story of the Short Film

The hero and heroine will meet in the coffee shop. At the first sight hero falls in love with heroine. Heroine receives a message from hero that he ordered coffee. The message conversation goes on…

Next hero comes to heroine, to have direct conversation. Then they both will have a general discussion and heroine asks hero that “for what purpose you are here just let me know”. Then hero says “I like you”. She replies like this “for this you have been trying from long time”.

Next hero will say about his marriage proposals and he talks about the destiny that ‘why they both came to same coffee shop and how we met’ etc… He also says that “everything happens with a destiny for a reason”. And the discussion continues about coincidence and destiny….

Heroine questions hero that why he didn’t get married since 4 years. Then he replies that “love begins in a moment but when it happens we can’t say”. Then she asks that “when you fall in love, how much you will love that person?”. He explain his love through fingers philosophy. She again questions hero that “how will you express that how much do you love?”. Then he answers like this ” the best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or ever heard but must be felt with the heart”.

Heroine smiles……..

They both introduces…and heroine friend comes…..they both will leave.

Hero asks when will be our next meeting…then she replies that lets leave it for destiny…The story ends here.

Watch Tholi Parichayam here


superb slightly some lines are touched because the feeling which I felt in my life.

Nice sweet voices both of u. Nice actors a sweet film

Both are so cool and sweet

superb….. u did very well…Its a real fact. Every one in their life its happened…………….superb


How to prepare chicken biryani-readitsoon

How to prepare chicken biryani

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How to prepare chicken biryani-readitsoon



Dry spices to Temper

  • 1 bay leaf / tej patta
  • 3 green cardamoms / choti elaichi
  • 4 to 6 cloves / lavang
  • Small Cinnamon stick / dalchini
  • 1 Star anise / chakri phool
  • ½ tsp. shahi jeera / caraway seeds


  • 1 ½ tbsp curd/ yogurt
  • 1 tsp ginger garlic paste
  • Salt as needed
  • ¼ tsp. turmeric / haldi
  • ¼ tsp. red chilli powder / lal mirch powder
  • ½ to ¾ tsp biryani masala or garam masala powder

Other ingredients

  • ½ kg chicken
  • 2 cups of aged basmati rice / chawal
  • 3 ¼ cups water or thin coconut milk(if using normal rice use little more water)
  • 2 tbsp. Oil
  • Salt as needed
  • 1 medium tomato (about half cup)
  • 1 ½ tbsp curd/ yogurt
  • 12 mint leaves / pudina finely chopped
  • coriander leaves from 12 stems finely chopped
  • 1 ½ tsp ginger garlic paste
  • 2 green chilies / hari mirch sliced or chopped
  • 1 large onion sliced thinly
  • ¼ tsp. red chili powder
  • To powder (or use 2 tsps readymade biryani masala or garam masala )
  • Very small nutmeg piece / jaiphal
  • 4 green cardamoms/ choti elaichi
  • ¼ to ½ tsp. Pepper corn / kali mirch
  • 5 cloves / lavang
  • Small cinnamon stick / dalchini
  • ½ tsp. fennel seeds / saunf
  • ½ tsp. stone flower / dagad phool/ kalapasi (optional)


How to make the recipe

  1. Soak rice for at least 20 to 30 minutes. If using normal rice (not basmati) soak it for

30 minutes.

  1. Marinate chicken using ingredients under marination. Set this aside.
  2. Add oil to a pot or pressure cooker and heat it. Add the dry spices and saute till they

begin to sizzle.

  1. Add onions and fry till they turn golden. Add ginger garlic paste and fry till the raw

smell goes off.

  1. Add chicken and fry till the color slightly changes to pale.
  2. Add chopped tomatoes, yogurt, red chili powder, corinader leaves and mint.
  3. Cook till the mixture turns thick and dry. By now the chicken should be almost cooked


  1. Add the rest of the masala powder and fry till you get a nice smell.
  2. Mix together water or thin coconut milk and salt in a separate bowl. Check the salt , it

must be slightly salty. Since salt is already added to marination, use little only. Pour

this to a the chicken pot, bring it to a boil.

  1. Drain off the rice completely and add it to the pot or cooker.
  2. Cook till the water very little is left. Cover the pot or pressure cooker with a lid. Turn

on the flame to very low. If using basmati rice, cook it for about 3 to 5 minutes, do

not let it whistle. If using normal rice that is slightly on the harder side to cook allow it

to whistle once. If cooking in pot, cook until the rice is done. If rice is under cooked,

you can also sprinkle little water and cook further.

  1. Let the pressure go down. Fluff up the rice with a fork. Or transfer it immediately to a

wide utensil to prevent turning mushy.

  1. If desired you can drizzle one spoon of ghee, coriander leaves and roasted boiled


  1. Serve with onion raita or biryani shorba or sherva.





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Name: Chetan Bhagat

Born: 22 April 1974

Location: New Delhi, India

Qualification: B Tech (IIT Delhi)

MBA (IIM Ahmedabad)

Occupation: Writer


Chetan Bhagat is a renowned Indian author known for his English novels. He is a columnist, novelist, screen play writer and a public speaker. The books which he penned down became a huge hit in the market. Some of his books have been filmed by Bollywood directors. He is considered as youth icon for his literary works.

Early Life

Chetan Bhagat was born on 22 April, 1974 in a Punjabi family. His father served as lieutenant colonel in an Indian army and his mother was a government employee. He completed his schooling from Army Public School, New Delhi. Chetan completed his bachelor’s degree from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in the stream of mechanical engineering. He did his MBA from Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Ahmedabad.

After the completion of MBA he joined Goldman Sachs, Hong Kong as an investment banker and worked for 11 years. He wrote “Five Point Someone” when he was working in Hong Kong.

In the year 2009 he left his job, shifted to Mumbai and started his career as a full time author.

Personal Life

Chetan married Anusha Suryanarayanan classmate of IIM, Ahmedabad in the year 1998. They blessed with twins Shyam and Ishaan Bhagat.


  • Chetan Bhagat became famous for his novels like Five Point Someone, One Night @ The Call Center, The 3 Mistakes of My Life, 2 States, Revolution 2020, What Young India Wants, Half Girlfriend and Making India Awesome. They remained bestsellers since their releases.
  • The stories of movies like kai Po Che, 3 Idiots, 2 States, Hello are inspired from his books.
  • In the year 2014 he also started working as screenplay writer.
  • He has columns in The Times of India and Hindustan times.
  • Chetan was a judge for the shows Nach baliye and Voice of India Star Anchor Hunt.
  • Apart from these he has delivered speeches in many educational institutions, corporate offices and media houses.


  • Chetan received society Young Achiever Award in the year 2004 and Publisher’s Recognition Award in the year 2005.
  • He also received Filmfare Award for Best Screenplay in the year 2014 for the movie Kai Po Che.


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