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Top 5 cupcake places, Mumbai

Best cupcake places Everyone loves cupcakes, whether chocolate, red velvet or the one adorned with stars and sparkles. If you are a cupcake fan and want to try the best baked delicacy in Mumbai, here’s your guide 1. Le 15 Patisserie It is a small, cute patisserie (pastry shop) that also sells macaroons! Try the lavendar macaroon, raspberry vannila cupcake ...

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Mayor have your attention please?

Mumbai’s new mayor insists that her car be allowed the red beacon. Yeah, I agree. If, being a traditional Indian lady, she can sport a bright red bindi on her forehead, why can’t her car flash a big red ‘bindi’ from its head?

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Review; Finding Fanny

Just like the fictional Goan village which is this movieÔÇÖs setting, everything about Homi AdajaniaÔÇÖs Finding Fanny is slightly uncanny. At the onset of the movie, weÔÇÖre introduced to the five main characters: Angie (Deepika Padukone) a good looking gori chikni widow!┬áHer husband died on the wedding day, She is probably very virginal. Her mother-in-law Rosie (Dimple Kapadia), owns the ...

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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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Top five facts about Mumbai monorails

Find out what the new and convenient way of commuting in Mumbai is bringing to your lives. JAM magazine presents to you the top five facts about Mumbai monorails that you need to know. The country’s first monorail, a project worth Rs. 3000 crores, will commence operations from 1st February on the Wadala-Chembur section in the central-eastern suburbs of the ...

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Aahān 2014, UPG, Mumbai, Jan 15-16

Vibrant diversity has always been one of their greatest strengths. Bringing the best of three worlds together, SVKM’s Usha Pravin Gandhi College of Management hosts their annual festival Aahān – a concoction of the fields of Media, Management and I.T. Now in its fourth year, Aahān houses unique events that bring the competitive edge and provide an exceptional experience, setting ...

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Drishti, Jan 11-13, NM College Mumbai

Drishti, the annual inter-collegiate management youth festival of the renowned Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics that laid it’s foundation in 1999-2000 is coming alive from 11th to 13th of January, 2014. The festival, an outcome of the toil and sweat of 150 aspiring management students, has successfully carved a niche for itself and achieved a footfall of over ...

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ENTHUSIA, VJTI, Mumbai Jan 9-16, 2014

VJTI is one of the oldest engineering colleges in India, ranked #22 in the list of Best engineering colleges. VJTI boasts a sprawling 16 acre campus located in the heart of the city, in Matunga (E), with their own cricket ground, football ground, basketball court, clay tennis courts as well as a recreation centre. ENTHUSIA: Sports build character and have ...

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Fantasies – Mumbai Ishtyle, SIES, Sion Dec 7-9, 2014

SIES College of Commerce and Economics invites you to celebrate 25 years with FANTASIES in MUMBAI ISHTYLE On the 7th, 8th & 9th of January 2014. the events on the 9th will be held at the Shanmukhananda Hall. FANTASIES 2014 this year has major significance in it, being the Silver Jubilee of the college. SIES College of Commerce and Economics ...

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Rise to Change; NM college Mumbai, Dec 18-24, 2013

Students and organisers of NM College Mumbai’s Drishti, the mangement festival, got together for a social service initiative in association with Shiksha Foundation and PETA India. From the 18th December to 24th December people donated stationery, books, uniforms and leather products. Rise To Change was an all round campaign which not only targeted children but also looked out for animal ...

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