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Bungle in the Dangal

I guess in the movie world – anything goes. As long as the larger purpose is served. Like the rest of India I too – finally – WATCHED Dangal. I laughed a little, cried a little, felt inspired and uplifted. Then, as I walked out of the theatre, I googled ‘real story Geeta Phogat’. As expected, the makers had embellished ...

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Screw the board exams.

The world salutes the rising sun! And so did everyone when the 12th Board results were announced this year. Only a few days back were the news channels flooded with live interviews of toppers of 2015’s Board exams. Family pictures along with snippets about the achievers formed major portions of the front pages of the dailies. While our ‘para’ (meaning locality ...

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JAM recommends; Good reads for new year 2015

The voracious reader in you is in for a delightful treat. The New Year 2015 brings with it some really interesting and highly anticipated books that should make it to your bookshelf soon. HereÔÇÖs a look at what to expect from the publishing world in the coming year. Fiction 1. Mightier than the Sword-Jeffrey Archer Popular Fiction (PanMacmillan India) Jeffrey ...

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Doctor or engineer? Which has more money and demand?

There are two kinds of doctors in the world: those who see it as a career requiring selfless dedication and those who see it as a job that involves prescribing medication. The first kind is becoming a rare, dwindling species, serving in the few large public hospitals which mostly treat the poor and needy. The stipend that interns earn at ...

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Book review; Take Me Home – Rashmi Bansal

“You can go other places, all right – you can live on the other side of the world, but you can’t ever leave home” A few pages into the book and I suddenly realized, I belong to Balasore (Odisha). Does anybody know where on the map it really is? More importantly, will anyone bother to look it up? Small town ...

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“Change” at SRCC Youth Conference 2013

Shri Ram College Of Commerce held the second edition of Youth Conference on 17th August, 2013, carrying the theme of ‘CHANGE’. The day long event saw a host of dignitaries share there life changing stories with the gathering. The auditorium was filled to the brim with students from all over Delhi, who were eager to mingle and share their ideas ...

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Not Just an MBA: You too can be an Entrepreneur

5 articles on Entrepreneurship, by the  Editor, JAM, Rashmi Bansal  Just do it Rashmi Bansal answers an interesting query by Aadesh Jain – the much needed gyan for the entrepreneur in you“I am a final year Bachelor of Management Studies student from Mumbai. I am taking the CAT’ in November and had a few questions. I would be really glad if you ...

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Today 6 pm, Non-Fiction Festival, Nehru Centre, Mumbai.

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Bestselling author Rashmi Bansal in conversation with KN Vaidyanathan about her books, her life, and her work. Today June 22, at 6.30 pm, Nehru Centre, Worli, Mumbai. The 3 day festival of non-fiction has the most eclectic mix of authors and celebrities in India. For a detailed schedule visit http://www.indianonfictionfestival.com/

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Cooking up a company – Mom’s Kitchen

Company: Mom’s Kitchen Founded: September 1 2006 Age: 26 Educational background: Vinamra (IT BHU 2005 batch, Infosys from campus placement); Aswini Rathod (NIT Allahabad 2005 batch, Cognizant from campus placement). Mom’s Kitchen was set up by two young chaps who didn’t know the first thing about cooking.. Rashmi Bansal brings you their amazing story. Vinamra and I are childhood friends. ...

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Why Advertising?

– Rashmi Bansal tells you what to expect, if you join the industry. Advertising is all around us. And it’s a career option that fascinates many, and for diverse reasons. The most common one being, I’m the kind who is ‘full of ideas’ and every time I switch on the telly I feel, “Hey, I can make better ads than ...

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