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Get Knocked Out!

One mistake, and you’re out. As the final sixteen prepare for the knockout stage in the Champion’s League, Kunal Malhotra has these predictions to make… Bayern Munich V AC Milan This match, along with Chelsea-Barca, is the most anticipated by football fans. As far as the rep goes, both teams are equally matched. A lot is expected off Bayern, who’ll ...

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The arena just got bigger

MMORPG games have received a tepid response from Indian gamers. First came Ragnarok , now there’s A3. Are these fantasy based games truly fantastic? Aditya MJ checks ‘em out for you. MMORPG or Massive Multiplayer Online Role Playing Games are based on a fantasy setting. Basically, it’s an elaborate chatroom, where you have the added benefit of living the lives ...

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The Chronicles of Narnia the Lion, the Witch & the Wardrobe

Chronicles of Narnia may have been a big hit with fantasy freaks. But Samarth Singh spells out ten things he couldn’t digest about Chronicles of Narnia. We caught up with all the Narnia talk and decided to do a public survey. This time, we overheard disgruntled kids trying to make sense of it, and mummys with no answers! 1. It’s ...

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Third time lucky?

This article speaks about the experience of an avid Bryan Adams fan when he visited the “Third Time Lucky” concert at Mumbai’s BK Complex on 4th Feb 2006. He also benchmarks the concert against the “Best of Me” tour concert held in April 2001. This article is divided in to two parts: The Down Side & The I-don’t-know-which side The ...

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Norwegian Film Fest

Apparently our producers are fancying Norway as the next new location after Switzerland, Newzealand, London, Prague so they have the Norway Embassy people showcase the best from the quiet countryside. The schedule is as follows : 31.10.06 — 6:30 Falling Sky 8:30 The telegraphist 01.11.06 — 6:30 Uno 8:30 An enemy of the people 02.11.06 — 6:30 Hawaii Oslo Five ...

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YES!+ – Youth Empowerment Seminar

nspired and founded by H.H. Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, The Art of Living Foundation has been working in the Human Development sector for the past 25 years. YES!+ is an Art of Living program specifically aimed at the all-round development of 18-25 year olds. This program powerfully addresses key issues relevant to the youth of today, and brings about a ...

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Are you India’s Creative Future?

Creative? Got a great business idea? Want to know how to develop it into a real business proposition? Then take part in the British Council’s ‘Creative Future’ programme. 20 young people with a business idea in the creative sector will be selected to take part in the Creative Future School at the Indian Institute of Management in Bangalore in August. ...

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The PVD Experience!

There are hundreds out there who call themselves DJs, but none who have made it like him. Smirnoff Experience brought Paul Van Dyk to Mumbai, and Kamala City Studios saw a wicked scene. The crowd grooved to DJ Ivan‘s opening act, as they waited like hungry dogs for the world’s No.1 DJ, Paul Van Dyk (PVD), to begin the madness! ...

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Discover the ‘real’ India

Spend your summer as an ‘India Fellow’ with iVolunteer which places you with a rural NGO. Ever wondered how would it feel to play a part in bringing electricity to a village like Mohan Bhargava did in ‘Swades‘, or set up a library in a village school where books have to be shared between neighbours, or create awareness about health ...

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Stop Whining, Start Wine-ing

Rohan Lilani’s guide to wines for dummies… Wines For DummiesThis one’s for all you morons who associate alcohol’ with only whisky and beer! Unlike your usual daaru, wine has some rules that you should follow before uncorking that bottle! Serve it chilled at 16 – 20 degrees Celsius and enjoy… Robert Mondavi, Hunter Valley and Misty Peak are some of ...

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