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God Made Me Funky

We check out a chic new store in Bandra, Mumbai This hep and fashionable boutique in Bandra (W), Mumbai is a girl’s dream world of style, fashion, funk (not to miss!) and most importantly, sophistication. Ashita, the master mind behind this boutique guides you through fantasy land and this is what you will find there… The boutique stocks everything from ...

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Food Review

Rainforest Cafe, Belapur Theme based restaurants are interesting but most are worth only a one-time visit. The owners pay so much attention to the decor that they forget about why people come to a restaurant – the food and the service. Well, I am happy to say Rainforest Café is an exception. Yes, the place is all ‘foresty’, starting with ...

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Book Review

The Palace of Illusions – Chitra Bannerjee Divakaruni Most of us are familiar with the Mahabharata and are sure to have heard numerous versions and perspectives of this glorious Indian epic while growing up. While the tale essentially deals with the clash between the Pandavas and the Kauravas, it is also rich in philosophy and provides a profound knowledge of ...

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Appetising Alternatives

Tired of eating those oily and unhealthy snacks at your college canteen but don’t want to settle for the ill-tasting diet food available everywhere? Here are some… JAM explored a local supermarket and found a few delicious yet healthy snacks for the weight conscious. 1. Saffola Zest is a tasty alternative to any fried snack since it is (as it ...

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Most delicious touch screen devices

Blackberry Storm vs Apple iPhone vs Nokia 5800 Alright, it’s come down to this. Three of the most delicious touch screen devices go head to head in a battle royal for you to decide the all important question, “Kaunsa phone?” Round 1: Looks and Design All the three phones in this comparo have strikingly different looks, yet are derived from ...

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Top Games ’08

Our list of the top video games in 2008! 2008 was a great year for video games. With three top consoles available in the Indian market (Sony’s PlayStation 3, Microsoft’s Xbox 360, Nintendo’s Wii) and a plethora of titles available at predominantly reasonable prices, we were brought some of the biggest titles in the gaming business. We’ve picked the top ...

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Small Wonder

Looking for a cheap, reliable MP3 player that records voice well? Try the Panasonic SV-MP730V. Sub-Rs 1,500 MP3 players are of two kinds the iPod Shuffle rip-offs and the vague Chinese makes from the houses of Aiptek and the like. One can’t really rely on these devices to be more than temporary, low-quality solutions to one’s need for an MP3 ...

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Games

2009 is going to be the year of the franchise extension. Which is not to say that these games are un-original or lack creativity. All our picks for the year are sequels to successful and iconic games of their time. Some we’ve pre-tested and some we just can’t wait to get our hands on. Killzone 2 Killzone 2 promises to ...

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Cameras

The question in 2009 is not “How many megapixels can stuff in this point-and-shoot?” The question is now “How best can I capture someone smiling while he/she is exercising in a swimming pool? At night?” Cameras in ’09 have the answers. * Sony DSC G3 The G3 is the worlds first camera with Wi-Fi built right into it, so that ...

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Music Players

It was considered that the music player would lose relevance once the cellphone started playing MP3s, but, as everyone knows, that is far from the case. Today’s music player is a portable media device that can play video, hook up to the interwebs and, in some cases, can even download video from TV! * Samsung P3 If there is anything ...

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