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  • Review: The Witcher

    Does the enchanting world of The Witcher give us something as good as Game of Thrones or does it disappoint like the last season?
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  • The Samurai Code

    Stories of the Japanese military speak about these fearless warriors and their god-like armour. We find out about the samurai and the beauty behind their armour
  • Have you watched – Knightfall?

    A templar knight falls in love and consummates it in contravention of his vows of celibacy, and puts into motion events that will culminate with the destruction of his order and the death of the King of France. This is not a show you would want to miss
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  • Book review - The Vault of Vishnu

    A lone woman, struggling to make her mark in the male dominated world of the DRDO suddenly finds herself pitched into a web of deceit, lies, espionage and murder. What happens at the end is predictable, what is not is the way the story is told