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Visionaries

Vision 2010, SIES (Sion) SIES College’s festival Visions 2010 is scheduled for 9th to 11th of December. The festival will see participation from a lot of courses like Biotech, Zoology, Botany, IT, BMS, BMM and more. The college is expecting a footfall of nearly 5000 a day during this fest. The festival has a varied range of events starting from ...

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Golden Celebrations

Annual Fest- IIM, Kolkata Over the last few years Carpe Diem, the Annual Cultural Festival of Indian Institute of Management Calcutta, has emerged as India’s premier cultural festival. Setting high standards in participation, concept and popularity, the fest attracts students from not just undergraduate and post-graduate colleges in Kolkata and eastern region but also from IIMs, IITs, NITs and other ...

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Dancing Managers!

Dance Workshop at IIM-Shillong The Cultural Committee of IIM Shillong organised a 10-day long Salsa and Contemporary Dance workshop which saw enthusiastic participation from both the batches. From Oct 4-15,the participants were tutored by Briz Singh from Guwahati, in the evening after classes. 46 students participated in Salsa while Hip-Hop saw participation from 42 students. A participant of Salsa workshop ...

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A Taste of Japan

Washoku Food Fest – Mumbai Dadar Catering College, along with Maido India recently gave a Japanese treat to Mumbaikars by hosting a 4-day Japanese food and cultural festival named ‘Washoku’ from 21st to 24th October. On being the 4th consecutive year of this festival, an excited Anuj Jodhani, Director of Maido India said, “The main idea is to get Japan ...

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What an event: Malhar 2010 Game On!

The most awaited inter-collegiate festival – Malhar 2010 was held from August 19-21 this year. The festival entered its 32nd year and was a huge success. The first day was dedicated to Conclave that saw prominent speakers, including Dr Jayprakash Narayan, Harsha Bhogale, Lord Meghnad Desai and Meera Sanyal, who spoke about factors which influence our country the most today ...

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Director R Balki turns lecturer

Whistling Woods International students get an opportunity to learn from an expert. Renowned ad-film maker and director of movies like Paa and Cheeni Kum, R Balki (RB) took the master class at Whistling Woods International (WWI) for the academic year 2010-2011. He shared his experiences of the Jaago Re Campaign and the two films he has directed. A panel of ...

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Naya Maal

Leaving school’s tough and the prospect of going to college can be pretty daunting. Nikita Dalal (16) says, “I am super duper scared of going to college. I haven’t had to ‘make’ friends in a long while. I feel kinda weird.” On the other hand, Dhruv Gandhi (16) says, “No uniforms, freedom from parents, bunking and less of studying! Also, ...

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Reviews-Mixed Bag

Books And Thereby Hangs A Tale by Jeffrey Archer: Jeffrey Archer’s latest installment of short stories does not disappoint although a few tales are predictable and some do not match up the expectation you have from the author. Pride and Prejudice and Zombies by Seth Grahame-Smith : A spin off on one of the most loved classics, Pride and Prejudice, ...

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Is India Truly Secular?

Mansi Sharma ponders over the hypocrisy of Indian secularism following the suicide of Prof. Siras who was suspended for being gay Following the Queer Pride Parades in various cities last year, interest and activism regarding the rights of the ‘queer’ people has gained momentum. A petition was put up and finally, the high court gave a favourable judgment. After the ...

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