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Mumbai Community Card

IITians Nikhil Dhoka and Amit Kumar introduce consumer cards that will donate part of payment to a social cause They say, “In Mumbai, nobody has time for nobody,” but in this fast-paced metro, there are exceptions all around. We met two IITians who created an unconventional career, which will benefit the underprivileged and everyone who is involved in it. Founder ...

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Medical College Rankings

Medical College Rankings 2003 In 1998 the Government of Maharashtra decided to form a single university which dealt with all medical and paramedical fields of education. Hence, the Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS) was born. To regularize admissions into these fields, the Common Entrance Test (CET) was introduced in 1999. The changes completely altered the complexion of medical education ...

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Omi Vaidya at Har Choti Khushi Ka Celebration

McDonalds recently came together with the kids of Nareshwadi, an NGO that works towards the control of malnutrition in kids to celebrate ‘Har Choti Khushi Ka Celebration’ on the 3rd of March at St Andrews Auditorium in Bandra. This event was gracefully hosted by Rj Tarana who interviewed Ronald McDonald the chief happiness officer and the Chamatkar man Omi Vaidya. ...

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Brace yourself, F1 is here!

The 61st Formula One season will flag off in Bahrain on March 14, with exciting new variations Mark the date on your calendars, if you must! The 61st Formula One season begins on March 14 in Bahrain. All you F1 fanatics can come out of the winter hibernation and brace yourselves, because this year promises to be one helluva of ...

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The Complaints

With ‘The Complaints’, we have the first novel by Ian Rankin featuring a new protagonist, another Edinburgh policeman, Malcolm Fox. But Fox is quite a different character to his predecessor, Jack Rebus’ although both men are imposing physically. For a start, Fox doesn’t drink and is initially less confrontational than Rebus. The city, however, is the same, and although some ...

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Avatar – The Game

James Cameron’s ‘Avatar’ garnered accolades across the world. Yet, the game does not follow the same story as the movie. The game is set in a time long before the events that take place in the movie. The mining corporation is beginning to turn Pandora into a mining colony. You can decide whether to align yourself with the Na’vis or ...

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Ek chutki Bollywood

Acting is full of struggle. But one has to struggle smart and not simply struggle hard; Varun Vazir tells you how If you are not a ‘star’ kid and the acting ka ‘keeda’ has bitten you sore, then you definitely, need to read this. Firstly, you need a good photographer to make your portfolio. A shoot will cost you anything ...

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CARMA

Thadomal Shahani Engineering College (TSEC) organised a very different inter-collegiate festival called CARMA on September 8-10. The festival stressed on the importance of career management alongside the daily activities of students. This festival was organised by The Management Society which, under the leadership of their counsellor, Ms Anjali Malviya, has been conducting several workshops, seminars, quizzes, debates, literary events and ...

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Waves 2010

Every year, the campus of BITS Pilani-Goa erupts in a crescendo of noise, colour and activity spanning three days during their annual cultural festival-WAVES. This year, it will be held from OCTOBER 14-16. The festival sees ever increasing participation from colleges all over the country from cities like Delhi, Chennai, Bangalore, Pune, Hyderabad and Mumbai, etc. The fest has chalked ...

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Tsunami 2010

In its 11th year, Lalalajpat Rai’s Tsunami was buzzing with enthusiastic students from different colleges set to perform their best. This fest had a lot of exciting events like the

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