How To Write Like A Journalist – 4 Key Elements

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Journalists are taught how to write news, which means writing no-nonsense copy that gets to the important information as quickly as possible. In a hard-hitting news story, there is no room for opinion, advice, humor or commentary. Most importantly, you should dispense with flowery writing and twinkling prose. It is not a literary masterpiece that […]

What is Bhrigu Bindu

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Dr. Shanker Adawal Bhrigu Bindu is an imaginary, but very sensitive mid-point of Rahu-Moon axis. When any planet, benefic or malefic including Rahu & Ketu, during transit aspects or conjuncts this point, some momentous favourable or unfavourable events takes place. This Bindu (point) is arrived at by adding the longituders of the Moon and Rahu […]

Seven Signs You Might Be A Closet Writer

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Sure you like to read books–in fact at times you enjoy reading them more than living in the real world–but liking a good story, craving a world written of imagination is different from actually creating one, right? Surely a writer is born, calluses on fore and third fingers, and not made? Not necessarily. American master […]

The Importance Of Research- Why We Do Research

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We must first understand what research is.  It is another word for gathering of information.  The more information we have the closer we get of making our own decision.  Research is the result of advancing knowledge created in the past.  There are people from all walks of life that contribute to gathered information.  These are […]

Film and Video Editing May Be the Most Important Part of Making Movies

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To the novice, film and video editing sounds like one of those completely technical subjects, only possibly interesting to people with very logical and pragmatic minds, much like engineers. Visions of darkrooms and sterile-looking studios filled with all types of inexplicable mechanical equipment, where rolls of film negatives are poured over and scrutinized by serious-looking […]