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BITS Goa Waves’ Searock Band elims in 9 cities

Searock is an all-India semi-pro band competition hosted as part of the BITS Goa’s three-day long cultural festival, “Waves”. With performances ready to set fire and make the crowd go wild, the Goan atmosphere is just right to set the adrenaline rushing! In its ninth edition, Searock aims to progress further into the underground realm of music in the country ...

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Mummble Mind: Inside Out Review

What’s better than an animated film that’s so full of emotions that you just can’t let it go? Inside Out is amazing, it’s right up there with Pixar favorites like Finding Nemo, Toy Story, Up & Wall-E. I still remember being fascinated the very first time I saw Wall-E. I was amused at the fact that these intelligent people at Pixar ...

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Back 2 College; Rock the shorts!

The change from summer to monsoons has already commenced but the wardrobe doesn’t need a dramatic change. Shorts save you from sloppy drenched jeans and the chill thereafter. And of course, they’re cute. But tired of the same type of shorts? Then try these new trends to be comfortable yet chic this season.   Half print shorts This new trend ...

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Bag to College

Every one wants a purse but a bag has its place in life. Every new year of school and college, I’d be so excited to buy a new bag. First off, a bag is super convenient It’s just there on your back, not bothering you. It packs a lot of stuff in, just dump all your stuff in your bag ...

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Is College the promised land?

As a student goes through the tumultuous motions of class twelfth, the only light at the end of an otherwise grim tunnel, is the promise of a more exhilarating life chapter known as ‘College’. College is supposed to be that magical place where plaid uniforms are traded in for funky fashion; where the concept of ‘class timings’ fades into a convenient ambiguity and ...

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Dil Dhadakne Do Review

There are moments of brilliance in Zoya Akhtar’s DilDhadakne Do, but they are far-stretched and too insipid to leave a mark. As the film came to a long and halted close, I stretched my legs and felt something a miss. Even though nothing substantial happens, Akhtar makes you hold your pee pre-interval just because you have faith in her and the people on-board. But as  the movie proceeds you ...

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The Greek Referendum, explained

Here’s what you need to know about the referendum in Greece. On Sunday July 5, the people of Greece have voted whether they want to stay in the Eurozone or not. If the results on Tuesday’s counting are “yes,” they agree to stay, if the results on Tuesday’s counting are “no” means other wise. As of now the exit polls show ...

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Maa ke haath ka Maggi


  An epic anti-noodle mania is gripping the nation. Ever since un-permissible levels of lead and MSG (monosodium glutamate not the Messenger of God, dude) was found in Maa ke hath ki Maggi. So naturally Amitabh Bachhan and Madhuri Dixit were responsible (or irresponsible depending upon your political affiliations). The only positive point in this entire hullaballoo was that Preity ...

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IIT at any cost?

Every cloud has a silver lining, they say. But, sometimes, even sunshine seems tinged by clouds. Clearing the JEE is a ‘dream come true’ for any engineering aspirant in India. But, once the initial euphoria fades, reality bites. Clearing is good, but topping is better. Without a good rank, you will never get the branch of your ‘choice.’ And what ...

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