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LSD: Let’s Save Drug Addicts

The Sankalp trust encourage drug addicts to lead a better life; Priyanka Talreja narrates Mumbai, the city of dreams often lures youngsters into a blind pursuit of a better life. We, being the privileged section of the society, are aware that the streets of Mumbai are flooded with hundreds of homeless kids, but we are blissfully unaware of what goes ...

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What’s On, India!

Here is a channel that will tell you what to view in today’s era of clutter reports Priyanka Talreja What’s On India is a channel that will soon hit the Indian television viewers. This feed will inform you about ever thing that is currently being aired on the TV. A study has proved that nearly 70% of the viewing patters ...

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Sidney Sheldon’s After the Darkness – Tilly Bagshawe

After writing the successful sequel Mistress of the Game to Sidney Sheldon’s Master of the Game, Bagshawe brings you another offering. This one too revolves around a female protagonist, Grace Brookstein, who lives an innocent and blissful life married to King of Wall Street, Lenny even as financial crisis strikes the market. However, their happiness is sorely shattered when Lenny ...

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To Save a Chirping Bird

Pramod Mane and his school buddies started Sparrow’s Shelter in 2007 to save the dwindling population of sparrows What inspired you to start Sparrow’s Shelter? Developing cities are witnessing a drastic reduction in the population of sparrows and other small birds, which led to the conception of Sparrow’s Shelter. These birds need to be saved before they completely vanish from ...

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On the Right Track

Mumbai’s motorwoman Mumtaz Kazi speaks to Prachi Parekh about being one of the few woman train drivers in India Motor woman Mumtaz Kazi (38) What inspired you to become a train driver? My father was a Trunk Superintendent of Western Railway. Hence, my entire childhood was spent in railway quarters, watching the trains go by. I wanted to be the ...

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BACHAAOOOOOO Warna Rahul Dulhaniya le Jaayenge

Rahool Mahajhand a.k.a. Ravan is an evil guy who is looking for a suitable mate preferably a female to carry forward his lineage. For this purpose he has trapped around 15 damsels in a house with him, against their will. Each day he forces them to do humiliating tasks like talking to him, going out on a date with him, ...

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Brutal Legend Review

Brütal Legend is a third-person action game rich in combat, imagery and storytelling. It tells the story of Eddie Riggs, the ultimate roadie, based on Jack Black. The ‘roadie’s roadie’, Eddie is the first person anyone calls when they need guitars tuned or stages rigged. With a love for hot rods and a photographic memory for every Heavy Metal album ...

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The Immortals of Meluha Review

Author: Amish Tripathi It is the first book in a trilogy, which is set in 1900 BC, in what the modern Indians mistakenly call the Indus Valley Civilisation. The inhabitants of that period called it the land of Meluha – a near perfect empire created many centuries earlier by Lord Ram, one of the greatest monarchs that ever lived. The ...

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Kidz Art a fun place to be this summer

KidzArt is designed for age groups of 2-102 years. KidzArt have programs for corporate sector that helps to promote team development, stress busting and being creative. Kidz Art situated in Mumbai is a structured, curriculum based art program designed for students of different age groups which allows students to explore their own creativity, imagination and skills. Directed by the young ...

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Indian Idol 5 auditions in Mumbai

Prachi Parekh, who reached the sets of Indian Idol 5 auditions in Mumbai, recounts her experience: “…aur hum dhoondh layenge, is desh ki awaaz!” screamed Sunidhi Chauhan, Salim and Anu Malik, the three judges of the Indian Idol season 5. “Ek aur take sir, safety ke liye” screamed another voice and the judges began the whole dialogue again. My colleague ...

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