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“Kick him, yeah Nikhil! Beat him till death” I was in my room, trying to put my head deep in the books as exams were on. Suddenly I heard something from another room where all my roomies were shouting and asking ‘Nikhil’ to beat someone. For a moment I thought they have started fighting with each other, but who the heck is ...

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Himalayan Mountain Terrain Biking, Shimla, 2014.

Spring has its own charm in the Himalayan hills. The valleys are lush and full of life, the skies are clear and blue, the trails raw and the temperatures cool. In other words, the perfect setting for hosting a mountain bike race. On April 12, 65 riders started some ferocious cycling over a distance of approx 120 kms over two ...

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16th Annual Kala Ghoda Arts Festival

The Kala Ghoda Arts Festival, now in its 16th year, is a community celebration of arts within one of the most beautiful and historic precincts of Mumbai, The Kala Ghoda Art District. Every year, this festival takes place from the first Saturday in February till the next Sunday. The dates of this year’s festival is from the 1st February to 9th ...

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“Veeru Commits Suicide Using Jai’s Belt”

  Welcome to the age of headlines! Media generates captions so dramatic, that people instantly turn and say “What the…” Of course since it’s the news it doesn’t matter if the newsline makes sense or not, because if you are watching the news it is only because you are over 60 and don’t enjoy reality shows, or you are impatiently ...

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eShack – The Party Place

Arman Sood and Ashwajeet Singh, fourth year law students from Jindal Global Law School conceived an offbeat idea of eShack- an online store selling bar/party/drinking accessories. In their second year, after being bored with their not-so-happening life, and hell-bent on doing something new and unconventional, both budding entrepreneurs took the plunge.  From college their dorm, they share their journey  into ...

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I Don’t Believe in the Gods of Cricket

They say, if one man worships something imaginary—its madness; but, if many men worship something imaginary—its religion. And the people who do not believe in these ‘make believe’ tales are branded Atheists—the scourge of the planet, the hell-damned people, the people who kick cute kittens when it meows. Sadly I’m one of those people. I do not, cannot, will not ...

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Student Species

Nimish Varadkar takes a look at various student species. Hotel Management His attachment with the course suddenly changes his behaviour. The very same guy who 6-7 months ago believed in burping and talking while eating, suddenly starts displaying a 17th century English etiquette. Never go out with him to a restaurant because he may spoil your appetite by his constant ...

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What do companies want?

I am final year student of the college (Department of Computer Science,Pune University)…Happy to be placed in one of the world’s premier software company. But there are certain things that have been haunting me. What do the companies really want from a fresh computer graduate? I have seen that some companies directly ask, “Do you know JAVA” or “Do you ...

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Admissions in Delhi Univ are hell, but it’s worth it.

Delhi University Post graduate admissions

I have lived in Mumbai all my life and after completing my undergrads in English Literature from my dream college here, I was clueless about what my next step would be. I was conflicted between further studies and taking up a job. My parents preferred the former and to some extent so did I because I didn’t know what job ...

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Students in Free Enterprise

SIFE is an international non-profit organization that organises college students to make a significant difference in their communities. SIFE is a team-based activity – you’ll be a member of a team that represents your university to work within the community. These teams of students apply business concepts to new projects with a wide outreach that improve the standard of living ...

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