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Jacked!

Jacked starts where Roadrash ended. That means better maps, relatively realistic control, and meaner ways to knock out your opponents. You are one mean biker lashing out at opponents with any weapon that’s in your hand. You can stun opponents and jack (steal) their rides. And it sure is a sweet feeling when you’re doing it. The game has taken ...

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Don’t click

www.dontclick.it seems harmless at first sight. But a few clicks… er … a few don’t clicks into the site you’ll see that this site represents what may be the future of browsing. As the name suggests you don’t have to click anywhere. Inadvertently, though, you will end up clicking the links by habit. And each time you do that, the ...

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The battle begins here…

English Premier League lost Beckham and Owen – to the La Liga competitions. But Owen’s move back to EPL back in has added fuel to the EPL v/s La Liga debate. The truth ies somewhere in between, says Mihir Vasavada. European football has become quite popular in India off late. Initially ESPN STAR gave an extensive coverage of English Premier ...

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Spring Summer Collection 2006

Bored of the fashion on Fashion Street and Linking Road? Get some good quality fashion this summer advises Bhairavi Jhaveri. We covered the branded stores at High Street Phoenix to know what’s lined up in their kitty this summer. Spykar: This is the best place to buy the must-have Cargo pants. Great fabric and chic styles. They are different in ...

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Exam Gear

You might have all the answers to that Accounts paper, but here are some cheat codes when it comes to fashion during exams, says Bhairavi Jhaveri. Cargo Pants have over 6 to 7 pockets, and during exams it takes a hell lot of time for the supervisor to check each one! So cargo pants gets the thumbs down in exam ...

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For man’s sake!

Guys are a pain, but their mixed signals are the real problem, says Bhairavi Jhaveri. Ever felt confused, baffled by a guy’s mixed signals?! Well, welcome to every ordinary girl’s extraordinary world. Sometimes you really do think it’s a man’s world out there. He asks you out on a date, but to your surprise, only to moan about all his ...

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Pyaar ke asli dushman

Rashmi Bansal thinks it’s parents. If you ask me I would say the biggest pyaar ke dushman aren’t anti – Valentine protestors or the moral police patrolling Bandstand. The real spoilsports are Parents. It is amazing how few Indian parents – even today – know about the special person in their son or daughter’s life. There are multiple reasons for ...

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Motion picture on the move

Imagine two guys with a bag full of DVD films traveling around the country just to make people aware about good cinema and the changes it can bring to our society. Last Week, Fine Arts Faculty, MS University, Baroda had arranged for screenings of 3 Bengali films (Parash Pathar, Teen Kanya and Subarnarekha). The interesting fact is that these screenings ...

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Dummies guide to trance nation

Trance. House. Club. Genres of music you have probably heard of at some point in your life, but don’t really know what the difference between each is, or what they are? One could probably say it descends back from the Queen of countries, none other than England, and moreover London. Or at least, London is home to most of the ...

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Weekend snacks

DON: Detective Omkar Nath Channel: Star One Time: 9pm Parmeet Sethi is back in the spotlight, as DON. He wears the coolest clothes, carries a sling bag, and even sports a cap. But apart from his personal style, DON doesn’t have much going on for him. For a detective, he’s not very bright, and the cases he solves aren’t exactly ...

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