Tanveer Khadim

  • When it comes to music, there are numerous appalling performers throughout the world. However, the name of Florence Foster Jenkins is on top of the list of twentieth century’s worst opera singers. She was known to shock people with her rhythm-less high-pitched voice and awful fashion sense. ...

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  • The writer cum director Liza Johnson’s latest directorial venture, Elvis & Nixon, is a historical fiction, based on the worth mentioning sequence of real events behind the surreal meeting of Elvis Presley and President Richard Nixon on December 21, 1970. The awkward duo met for the ...

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  • It was in 1890s, when bicycle was regarded as an emancipating endeavor that endorsed individual mobility culture, personal empowerment and independence among women. The two-wheeler helped in late nineteenth century’s woman suffrage movement for extra liberty and the utmost right to vote and ...

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  • In 2003, the Globe Spotlight team, an investigative unit of Boston Globe won the journalism’s most distinguished prize – the Pulitzer Prize for its fearless and wide-ranging coverage of child abuse and molestation by Catholic priests and the systemic cover-up by Church. The series of ...

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  • "The next mistake our countries make could be the last..." (James Donovan) With massive Oscar-winning potential, Bridge of Spies is one of the most enduring war thrillers and spy dramas in recent memory. It has stellar anecdote, spine-chilling pragmatism about humanity, effective negotiation ...

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