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Movie Review Ok Janu!

The movie starts with a role scene of an animated video game scene with the credits rolling alongside. Our Hero (Aditya Roy Kapoor) wakes up to discover he is dreaming about it so he is a game developer who is coming to Mumbai to meet a web designer who will approve his game and forward it to an American Company ...

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Big 69: India’s first Metal pilgrimage

BIG69; the very first Metal concert in Mumbai held on cool weekend in the 3rd week of Jan, was┬ábigger, better, bolder and it lived up to its expectations ÔÇô going by the unbelievable number of people that attend the concert. Hosted at the renowned Richardson & Cruddas unit, that is turning out to be a preferred venue for culture events, ...

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N.M. College management fest Drishti, Feb 15

Drishti┬á2015 is a mosaic which┬áblends culture and creativity. Narsee┬áMonjee┬áCollege’s┬áfest ÔÇÿDrishtiÔÇÖ┬áis a 3 day intercollegiate┬áyouth┬ámanagement festival, Drishti’s┬áfirst initiative was┬á”Christmas at Carter’s”, wherein┬áTeam┬áDrishti┬á2015 went to Carter Road,┬áBandra┬áto celebrate Christmas with a large crowd of┬áunderprivileged kids. Activities like skipping, hand painting and football were conducted to augment the joy and energy of the fete. Drishti┬áalso had its glamour┬ádays┬áwhen the cast and crew of┬áÔÇ£Sulemani┬áKeedaÔÇØ┬ácame ...

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The Urban EarlyMen

There were times they fell, but they got up each time, yet again, because they had stories to tell, and through music they did. The Urban EarlyMen based in Delhi, is a psychedelic rock band and was formed in April 2011. They are Adityan Nair (vocals), Mridul Luthra (lead), Siby Mathew (rhythm), Roshan Roy (bass) and Jayant Parashar (drums). Psychedelic ...

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Vishal Shekhar concert Sat, Jan 10 @ Mahalaxmi Mumbai

What is better than having fun knowing you’re doing it for a good cause? A bigger reason for having fun! “Prayas” is a concert being organised to raise funds┬á for orphans and specially abled children. The event highlights include a featured performance by underprivileged kids and then a performance by the Bollywood duo Vishal and Shekhar. The New Hope Foundation ...

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Who’s the anchor|Enigma The Quest|

Every August, R A Podar college, Matunga organises their annual inter-collegiate fest called “Enigma”. Every year, it’s good themes and good events but this is the year of change and awesomeness, because this is the year we juniors turn seniors. This year Enigma will be at it’s peak. This is The Quest. Two years back, the idea of a fun ...

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What does the fox say?

Feeling under the weather or just having a bad day no worries. Music always works great to beat those sorry blues. Music works wonders in uplifting the grumpiest of moods. There are plenty of songs that provide quite a strong punch of rofl moments. Here are a few ridiculously funny songs that will definitely leave you grinning and promise uninterrupted ...

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Applications invited to the INK Fellows Program 2014

INK, a physical and digital platform for sharing innovative ideas, calls upon ‘multi-disciplinary’ young achievers to come and share ideas. Applications for the INK Fellows Programme for 2014 are open from Jan 15 to March 30, 2014. The initiative aims to identify a multi-disciplinary group of 20 young path-breakers capable of bringing about a positive change in not just their ...

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Waves 2013, BITS Pilani, Goa Campus

Hit The Rewind had its grand inauguration on the 7th of November which saw the breath taking performance by the Mime Club among several other engaging performances such as that by Monsieur Gusto. A myriad of events were lined up for Day 1 such as Drama events- The Nukkad Natak (Street play) competition and Rang Manch (Stage play). Eliminations of ...

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Reflections in the Pool; Oasis ’13, BITS Pilani

You could sense the mood shift. You could see it in their gait and hear it in their calls. Circadian rhythms had all but died. With personal hygiene thrown to the winds and academics suspended even in the land of zero-attendance, there was truly, as the gents of yore used to say, ‘something in the air’. All heralding the dawn ...

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