The rules of Scrabble may not remain the same. Reports suggest that the owners are set to change the rules of the mind game that has gripped players around the world. Come July, and places, celebrities and company names - 'capitalised words' -- will be accepted in the wordgame. The owners are even considering allowing words to be spelt backwards, upwards and to be placed on the board without connecting to another word. Do you think Scrabble rules should be changed?
01:07 PM, Apr 07, 2010
When it comes to depiction of sex and using graphic language in cinema, the Censor Board has been extremely cautious. While directors have tried to defend the use of sex and graphic language as crucial to the context of the film, the Censor Board has a different opinion. Recently, Dibakar Banerjee's 'Love, Sex aur Dhokha' also had to face the wrath of the Censors despite the director seeking an A-certificate for his film. Is the Censor Board out of touch with reality?
06:39 PM, Mar 31, 2010