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Forward Ho!

In the beginning I thought, and so did you, that they were fun. Some were funny, some were profound and some were even a little motivating. “So life not is so bad after all…” you sometimes thought after you read one of them. “There is hope. We are all not alone and pitiful”. Or even “You can actually do it ...

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Life in college

Back in the College, we had this torturous thing called the Physics Lab. We were supposed to do physics “experiments” in the lab and learn from it. But these were not so much experiments as they were “fudge the readings till you get the right answer” exercises, and we were pretty good at it. The expert at this, of course, ...

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Classic JAM

My Lies It has been hailed as the best biography since Hillary Clinton’s His Lies. Some have compared it to Monica Lewinsky’s Confessions Of A Dangerous Mind. It, is Bill Clinton’s memoirs, the very honestly titled My Lies. Presenting some intriguing excerpts from Bill’s masterpiece. On His Childhood My mother caught me undressing my cousin’s Malibu Barbie doll when I ...

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The Statue of Shetty

Shilpa Shetty has done what no Indian could ever do. She decoded the lyrics ‘Saala Upma Aaiga Bori Aali Aali’ from ‘Main Khiladi Tu Anari’. And then Tata – Birla shook up the world of heavy metal. This is just the beginning. India will take over the world, and you’ll be too busy watching K serials to notice. Worry not, ...

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Adventures with My first COMPUTER

Funnyman Aditya Kulkarni battles with his first computer in Part 1 of this two part story. Back when I was a kid, I used to get a lot of toys as gifts, but they never used to last. I loved opening up my toys to see what’s inside them. My dad used to get me toys, and I used to ...

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Students for your exams

For the theme of this humor piece, I couldn’t choose between examinations and elections. Confused, I decided to seek the sagely advise of our Editor Arjun, who as always, made the choice clear with his Yoda-like advise. “Two very good options these are. For opinions expressed by authors, JAM is not responsible, our disclaimer says so. Cool?” he said. So ...

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The Universal Notebook

Remember when you were in school? And you had to carry 17 notebooks for every subject to class daily? Aditya Kulkarni’s solution to that problem, became his very own problem. Back in school, they had this really weird concept of maintaining a different notebook for each subject. Not just one notebook, but several per subject – Home Work, Class Work, ...

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Salami Ishq

Mr. Meet Katkar, renowned chef and food lover, went to see Salaam E Ishq. But he’s not really the romantic kind. So why did he go for the movie anyway? And what is his latest book ‘Kachcha Papad, Pakka Papad‘ all about? Ramchandra Mutt gets it straight from the chef’s mouth (ok that just sounds weird)… RM: First of all, ...

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Five Most Over-Publicized Things Today!

Being a humor writer at JAM is a real challenge. One must be ready explore uncharted territory fearlessly and keep one’s eyes and ears open at all times… and that’s just what we have to do ensure that some sneaky office-wallah doesn’t buy the last bottle of Aarey Lassi before us! As if that weren’t enough, our Editor, Online – ...

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