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Cognizance The Annual Technical Festival of IIT ROORKEE

Technology is really priceless A bloomy spring morning on 24th of March will mark the start of the annual tech fest of IIT ROORKEE. Cognizance, being the among the largest technical festival of Asia, gets a footfall of over 40,000 every year where the best brains of the country fight it out to conquer their domains. Every year, it adds ...

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Study in Germany; top Universities, top choice

Pooja Biraia tells you why Germany might be a better option for that Master’s course you have been planning to do abroad. For most people aspiring to go abroad for their post graduation, the US, UK, Canada or some Asian countries are the most frequented destinations. But considering other options can be surprisingly useful. Do consider Germany before making such ...

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Super Heroes we’d like to see on screen, but won’t.

FOUR INDIAN SUPERHEROES WE NEED ON THE BIG SCREEN Tired of Viking gods pretending to be aliens while looking totally human? Bored by time travelers and detectives with British accents? Exhausted by Batman/Iron-man (=Batman in a red suit with better punch lines)? Indian geeks have made their way into the global lexicon of nerd-dom since long before Raj finally started ...

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Aahan 2015, UPG College Mumbai

Aah─ün is the annual festival of SVKMÔÇÖs Usha Pravin Gandhi College of Management. Bringing together the eclectic fields of Media, Management and I.T., they endeavour to showcase the essence of professionalism with unparalleled exuberance. Combining the vivacity of amateurs with the skills of professionals,┬áthey have knitted an unparalleled legacy. Their┬áfive year old festival has been a force to reckon with, ...

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Movie review- Dr. Prakash Baba Amte

Dr Prakash Baba Amte – This movie is as u must have guessed from the title is a Biography on the well known social Baba Amte’s son. A son who carried forward his fathers legacy and along with his wife achieved even greater heights in social work done for the down trodden and completely ignored adivasis of state of Maharashtra. ...

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9 Non-Fundamental Rights of An Indian

Right to Freebies: Lays ke saath Tazo free and comedy ke naam pe nonsense free. After eating a roadside chat, our instinctive quip is: Bhaiya, ek free masala puri dena?   Right to Bargain: When we step out of a branded shop, having bought clothes worth 1000s of rupees, it seems that the autowalaÔÇÖs meter is always wrong and the ...

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Do it in French.

Studying and living in France, knowing French is definitely an advantage whether it be bank work, buying things from the supermarket, university stuff, everything is in French…………the French are proud people and seldom speak in English. So I used to often help my Indian friends who did not speak French. France is liberal as any other European country. There is ...

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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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Review; War Chhod Na Yaar

Bollywood is going all experimental. I am having a gala time. I liked this year’s Zom-Com ‘Go Goa Gone’, it entertained. War Chodd Na Yaar is also a very new concept. It’s a satirical/spoof on the border situation between India and Pakistan which could have gone wrong on so many levels but didn’t. As showcased it is India’s first War ...

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Amreekan Desi – you can’t take ‘India out of the Indian’

Amreeka! It’s every Indian’s fantasy to live the American Dream, or should we say, the Amreekan dream. Atulya Mahajan does far more than to just paint a picture of US-of-A, its culture and the people. While everybody else in their book are busy milking the “Engineering experiences in India” cow, for his maiden book, Atulya has weaved a story on ...

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