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To B.E. or Not to B.E Contest on JAM’s FB page

Contest on JAM’s FB page. Dipen Ambalia has written a book about the 4 years in an Engineering college.”To B.E or Not to B.E” where he warns college is somewhat like hell! Dipen says boys in engineering college are like dogs… 1. Barking for no reason type (They know they’re superior) 2. Don’t care type(who will inherit from Dad) 3. ...

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Classic JAM – “My Lies – by Bad Boy Bill”

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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Book Review; Romancing Mr Bridgerton

Author: Julia Quinn Romancing Mr.Brigederton is a fun read and seems to be enamoured with the pulchritude of woman’s soul. The romance accentuates the idea of stereotyped woman in a historical era. It is a safe choice for anyone who likes tales of austerity set in a different period. Penelope Featherington has secretly admired Colin Bridgerton since the age of ...

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Book Review: Poor Little Rich Slum

Authors: Rashmi Bansal, Deepak Gandhi. Dharavi: Asia’s largest slum, a dark shadowed world bustling with a sea of mankind, has captured many a writer’simagination. Thus, it is indeed a challenge to tell a tale about Dharavi that has never been told before. Authors Rashmi Bansal and Deepak Gandhi accept this challenge with the book, Poor Little Rich Slum. Dee Gandhi ...

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How I Braved Anu Aunty & Co-founded a Million Dollar Company

The true story of how an enterprise and an entrepreneur came into existence, How I Braved Anu Aunty & Co-Founded a Million Dollar Company is everything the author, Varun Agrawal claims (or disclaims) it is. Varun, a part time filmmaker and photographer, is also the joint owner of Alma Mater which is into School Merchandising and offers customized stuff like ...

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The Average Indian Male

The Average Indian Male written by television anchor, stand-up comedian and theater actor Cyrus Broacha decodes the average Indian men. The funny man makes no bones in calling himself as an average Indian male as well. The book is nothing but pile of letters. The book starts with a witty letter by a foreigner who questions as to why most ...

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Lose a Kilo a Week – Book Review

If losing weight is on your agenda then Nishi Grover, a dietitian & author of ‘Lose A Kilo A Week’ claims to know it all. She says that reading this self help book can get you into your favourite pair of jeans in just a month.” The author was diagnosed with Type I diabetes at the age of four. As a result she ...

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Book Review – The Krishna Key

The Krishna Key seems to be Ashwin Sanghi’s answer to Dan Brown’s Da Vinci Code. Any reader, while reading this book would inevitably be drawing parallels with the book that had become an international bestseller not to forget, mired in religious controversy. The story describes that of a delusional young man into who fashions himself to be the tenth avatar ...

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Top Five Hair Care Tips this Winter

The cold winters are very harsh on your hair. It leaves them dry, frizzy and unmanageable, giving you a bad hair day, making you reach late for college. But if you revamp your hair regime a bit, you can get amazing, healthy and manageable hair 1. Oil your hair: Your mom and your granny weren’t wrong, when they told you ...

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Book Review: What Young India Wants?

A Review of Chetan Bhagat’s latest non-fiction. After a series of 5 crappy novels full of the typical Modern Indian drama, sex, sensationalism, cricket, politics, wealth and youth Chetan Bhagat gives a chance to realism. I’ve read all his works, enjoyed reading the masala bit, but had nothing to take away from them. All of them have been just another ...

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