Rishikesh Kamerkar

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Clean Up Your Virtual Life

How to prevent password problems, cut Twitter clutter, and more<p>These days, your whole life fits in your pocket—but it’s still probably a giant mess. Think about it: You tidy up your house and wash your car after a few days of use. You’ve been checking your email and social-media accounts for years, …

8 tips to Improve CIBIL Score !

Is your CIBIL report and Score messed up ? Then the biggest question you must be having is <b>“How to Improve CIBIL Score ?”</b>. “Bad credit score” is …

Top 10 films of 2014: complete UK chart

10. Mr Turner<p>“Ultramarine’s gone up to a guinea a bladder!” cries William “Daddy” Turner. “Gawd, strewth, that brigand’s still robbing us!” responds his son in Covent Garden cockney, who happens to be the famous painter JMW Turner. Any apprehension that Mike Leigh’s biopic of Turner will descend …

Top 10 films of 2014: complete US chart

10. The Lego Movie<p>What we say: Everything is awesome. And forever compromised. The Lego Movie is a $60m (£38m) advert that’s clever, smart and extremely funny. It’s marketing as art, art as commerce, and commerce as fun. It’s also an attack on corporate mono-culture. And a deconstruction of stupid …

The forgotten five: 2014's least memorable blockbusters

Science fiction and fantasy,Culture,Film,The Giver,Transformers: Age of Extinction,Hercules,RoboCop,Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit,Action and adventure<p>While Marvel continued to turn out films with darker themes and sharper writing, other superheroes and sci-fi villains have had trouble keeping up

The 10 best films of 2014: No 8 – Ida

Some films are so delicate you are afraid they will collapse in the first puff of wind, or disintegrate like a soap bubble. Paweł Pawlikowski’s Ida is one such: an achievement so subtle and intangible, it’s hard to understand precisely why it’s so powerful, and why it leaves such a lasting …

The 10 Best Movies You Missed in 2014

And how to catch up with them.<p><b>You've been chilled</b> by the marriage-gone-awry suspense of <i>Gone Girl</i>, stupefied by the cinematic inventiveness of <i>Birdman</i>, and terrified by the twisted mentor-mentee relationship of <i>Foxcatcher</i>, but what about those other must-see films from 2014 that you didn't have time …

Why Is Swedish Pop so Damn Good?

Elliphant, NONONO, and Kate Boy weigh in.<p>Sweden’s storied musical history is one that goes far beyond platinum pixie queens, slick producers, or EDM breakout wunderkinds. It might be small, but the Scandinavian nation has proven for decades that it’s damn good at making pop music. This is a super …