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Bollywood Directors

Arif Mansuri started an email exchange with a like-minded friend on the good, bad, and truly horrible directors of Bollywood. What started as a discussion on the strengths of a couple soon grew to the huge list below. Can’t wait to see their next film. Raju Hirani – Solid and thoughtful entertainment, and will continue to raise the bar and ...

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DVD Reviews

ONYX 2008 From Mahesh Tutorials Event Report At Mahesh Tutorials Commerce Pvt. Ltd., we believe the success of a student lies in overall personality development. With this in mind, we at MTC have been trendsetters in the coaching industry by organising ONYX, a vibrant and entertaining annual cultural festival. This is the fourth year of ONYX and it has become ...

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Hitting the Right Note

If you missed the Sawai Gandharva Music Festival, then you missed something special. Classical music lovers from Pune just got an earful at the recently concluded Sawai Gandharva Music Festival that was held at Raman Baug last week. It is the one of the most prominent and sought-after Indian classical music festivals in India. This festival which was led and ...

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FASHION

JAM reporter Vani Pande, tingles the shopaholic in all of us by raving about her Janpat experience! I am a fashion freak and just love shopping. But there are times when I am not able to afford the big brands. For times like that, I head straight to Janpath – the fashion street. Located in the heart of Delhi (Connaught ...

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ONYX 2008

ONYX 2008 From Mahesh Tutorials Event Report At Mahesh Tutorials Commerce Pvt. Ltd., we believe the success of a student lies in overall personality development. With this in mind, we at MTC have been trendsetters in the coaching industry by organising ONYX, a vibrant and entertaining annual cultural festival. This is the fourth year of ONYX and it has become ...

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Sony Walkman NWZ-B143F

The Sony Walkman NWZ-B143F is a tiny little MP3 player. It has a built-in USB jack, so you can connect it to your computer directly. It supports MP3 and WMA formats and comes in 2 and 4 GB capacities. The player also has a built-in FM radio as well as a voice recorder. The special Bass mode adds a thump ...

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How To Talk The Talk

Work is always fascinating. It’s probably the best place to learn most of life’s skills (read: lying without getting caught). But what is even more important is that you need to learn how to speak the language at work. Seriously, there should be a course in colleges on how to read between the lines when it comes to office lingo. ...

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Today DU Tomorrow Parliament

Vinay Sinha [Finally… an aspiring politician with a difference. He didn’t want to be named!] is a seasoned NSUI member and hopes to eventually become a national leader. He tells us why he chose the DU platform. What makes the DU elections different from all the other student body elections in the country? DU elections mean instant recognition. A candidate ...

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Footnotes of Life

I had always heard of the power-packed performances of mother-daughter duo Nadira and Juhi Babbar of Ekjute Productions. And they live up to their reputation with their latest production. The play Footnotes of Life tells the stories of life – yours, mine and almost everyone else’s. Nadira Babbar puts together four little-known short stories that are an interesting mix of ...

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Chhedega Toh Chhodenge Nahi

This isn’t a vain threat by a nondescript actress in a movie, but a campaign launched by the students of SIES College of Science, Arts and Commerce as a part of their final year project in the advertising course in BMM. It is a rebel campaign against eve-teasing, which aims to raise awareness about the problem. Be it buses, or ...

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