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I will RISE up against abuse. Will you?

It all started on the katta outside Podar college. Ten friends, one topic. No, it’s not your usual college chit chat. It’s women. The conversation turned into a heated discussion and led to a decision- We have to do something. This was a personal issue for most of them. A sad truth of our day to day lives, is that even accompanied ...

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The marred truth behind Sahara

SEBI is trying to nab Sahara for nearly 3 years. This in itself a commentary on the smug belief of Subrata Roy, the promoter of the Sahara group, who finally got arrested this morning that the nemesis would never catch up with him. He must have strongly believed that his fierce sense of loyalty to his ‘investors’ would eventually bail ...

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The PM’s heart beats for Mukesh Ambani

Arvind Kejriwal resigned after his government failed to table the Jan Lokpal Bill in the Delhi Assembly following a high-voltage clash with the Congress and BJP. As Arvind Kejriwal states, “you cannot stay away from politics”, I completely accept this point, because it affects our life in every single way. Before the Delhi assembly elections, I don’t think even 10% ...

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Chocolate is the flavour of the month

Ah….14th of Feb. The day that we celebrate love, crushes, feelings, and the exponential sale of the I-pill. To people who did not understand the joke from the last line, please go watch Pogo. But Valentine’s Day is a beautiful occasion; there are lots of desperate girls prior to the V-day looking around for relationships. So, even if you look ...

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Riding the Black Horse!

From art to entertainment, fun, nostalgia, Bollywood, creativity, theatre, music, dance and much more – Kala Ghoda 2014 has it all! The festival is bigger and better than ever, like always. This year’s festival, newly partnered by the Hindustan Times after its long stint with the Times of India, has made quite a few changes in terms of the geographical placement of its events. The ...

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Hottest colors for Spring 2014

Spring 2014 is here, and the hottest color trends for this season are out too. Check it out now – Spring 2014 is all about taking a modern twist on the traditional. Pair your soft pastels with vivid brights to create a colorful equilibrium. Inspired by a mixture of blooming flowers, travels abroad and strong, confident women; the colors this ...

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Sachin and CNR Rao conferred with the Bharat Ratna

As we all know that former cricketer Sachin Tendulkar was conferred with the Bharat Ratna, India’s highest civilian award, by President Pranab Mukherjee in a glittering ceremony in the Durbar Hall of the Rashtrapati Bhavan on Tuesday. But along with him, was an eminent scientist who also received the award which is a news lesser known to people. While the ...

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Top Five unknown facts about Phillips Seymour Hoffman

Phillips Seymour Hoffman was found dead in his Manhattan apartment of a suspected drug overdose. JAM went digging and dug up five facts that we bet you didn’t know about him – 1. Phillips Hoffman was born in New York in 1967. 2. Hoffman is as respected as a stage actor as he is as a film actor. He has ...

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Microsoft’s CEO Pick: Satya Nadella

Satya Nadella, who was running ahead in the race of becoming Microsoft’s next CEO, has finally proved himself victorious by bagging the top position. An incredible Indian with a glorious history behind him – Born to an IAS officer in Hyderabad, B. N. Yugandhar, Satya attained his Bachelor’s Degree in Electronics; Communications Engineering from Manipal Institute of Technology, Karnataka. Moving ...

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Hair Colour Does Matter!

An exceptional case of racism in a secular, sovereign, republican, democratic country!! Just because my hair color is unique and I have “chinki” like eyes, gives a right to people to beat to death. Isn’t that just wonderful? Nido Tania, a student from Arunachal Pradesh, comes to Delhi to pursue  his studies and in turn gets beaten to death because ...

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