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#MovingOut #MovingOut Season 2 | Episode 7
Starting anew tends to carry a sense of familiarity. The heart always recognizes. Watch Episode 7 of #MovingOut Season 2 - An Arré Marathi Original Web Series with Reverb Katta streaming NOW.
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  • Friendship Cancel with Humans. AI Bots Are My New Best Friends

    In the web series A.I.SHA, the programmer Sam develops a self-learning AI for the purpose of being a virtual assistant and companion – a scenario not far from reality. Most of us spend more time interacting with electronics than with people. New-age chatbots double up as friends and therapists.

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  • indiapakistanroots Longing for the Other Punjab: A Search for My “Jhelum Kinare” Pind on Google Maps

    I am from a post-Partition migrant family, but I have no idea where my roots lie. My grandfather, my last “sarhad paar” connection, passed away and I grew obsessed with the idea. I pined away for a name, but all I had to go on was a “Jhelum kinare” village. How do you feel a longing for a place you’ve never been to?

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  • openbarsindianweddings A Petition to Cancel Open Bars at Indian Weddings

    The open bar is the maggot-infested wound on the carcass of the Big Fat Wedding. Shout, whistle, wave – you will still fail to capture the bartender’s attention, and end up being crushed to dust by the weight of the crowd piling up against your back.

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  • DeadPeople I Cut Dead People

    Not all autopsies happen like they do on TV. In India, chances are you will wind up at your local morgue in the hands of the indifferent Balu kaka.

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  • modichowkidarbjp Jaagte Raho: Why India Needs a Chowkidar Like PM Modi

    Dear Modi ji, since you barely sleep for four hours a day, this new role of India’s chowkidar is just perfect for you. Will you watch out for rabble-rousers and hate-mongers? You could also add a few lashings to city administrators who let bridges crumble, denude lush forests, nurture potholes like babies, pretty please?

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  • arvindkejriwalrishabhpant “Mujhse Dosti Karoge?” Arvind Kejriwal Asks Delhi Capital’s Rishabh Pant

    Despite no alliance offers coming their way, AAP is putting up a brave front. Their latest masterstroke involves reaching out to bright young prospects from Delhi, and who better than the next big thing in Indian cricket, Rishabh Pant.

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  • mainbhichowkidar Chowkidar Pe Charcha

    Episode 2 of Arré Sunte Ho! a weekly podcast featuring hot takes on even hotter topics. This week, we're having a "Chowkidar Pe Charcha" to wrap our heads around the BJP's latest viral campaign - #MainBhiChowkidar.

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  • Breakup The Post-Break-Up Confession: Honesty is the Worst Policy

    A break up is followed by a round of post-break-up confessions. What could be wrong with straightforward honesty from the person who deeply cared about us? But in this seemingly friendly break-up match, no one wins – and most importantly, you lose the hardest.

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  • Kabootarbaaz Kabootarbaaz: India's Finest Birdman

    Ustad Kallu Khan Khalifa is one of the few remaining pigeon trainers of Old Delhi, popularly known as kabootarbaaz. He has over 100 piegons in his house, but his most revered bird costs Rs 2 lakh. This is the story of India's finest birdman and his chirpy family.

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  • electionankhondekhi In an Election Year Filled with Fake News, Lessons from Rajat Kapoor’s Ankhon Dekhi

    The flood of fake news on social media has made our judgement of the information we consume weaker than ever before. But if we wish to gain an understanding of the “truth”, we must question the very pillars we base our lives on, like Bauji in Rajat Kapoor’s 2014 film.

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