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ROMANCE IN THE RAINS

hey say monsoon is the season for romance. Whoever they are, that is. Getting drenched from head to toe isn’t exactly the ideal condition in which you meet up with your significant other, not even if you’re the poetic type, and can go on for hours altogether, romanticizing the season to such an extent that your gullible readers tend to ...

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Desert Rose

OASIS ’10- BITS PILANI Raw energy, undiluted madness, attitude, passion, enthusiasm – Oasis, the cultural festival of BITS Pilani, packs all this and more into 4 days of non-stop action. Held from October 22-26 this year, the entire cultural extravaganza is run by the students of BITS

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GLOBAL LESSONS

A new wave of global opportunities has presented itself through organisations like AISEC and the international exchanges and tie-ups that colleges arrange. Pooja Bhula gets students to share their experiences St. Xavier’s College Akshay Kohli (17), from St. Xavier’s College participated in the International Leadership Exchange Program (ILEP) that aims at creating global leaders, hosted by NYU Stern. “The topic, ...

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Broadcast Journalism

A CHANNEL FOR SUCCESS: A Career in Broadcast Journalism A lot of people perceive broadcast journalism to be a glamorous career that’s like a ticket to instant fame. But being the ‘face of the news’ involves a lot of hard work, grit and determination. Most importantly, you have to absolutely love your job, discovers Sulakshana Gupta. BROADCAST VS PRINT Are ...

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Ladli-A Joyride for a Cause

Ladli took up quite an innovative approach to spreading the message `Save the Girl Child`. Sidhi Aras gives the details Population First is an NGO which has been working hard for “Save the Girl Child” cause for some years now. They have undertaken many campaigns and one of them is the Laadli Campaign, which successfully completed its 5 years on ...

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The Great Power Race

The Great Power Race (GPR) is a clean energy competition between universities and other college/school campuses in India, China and the US. The aim is to kick-start hundreds of new climate solution projects on campuses and in communities in all three countries and to demonstrate to governments and businesses our generation’s leadership in transforming our world towards a green economy. ...

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Woo who!

So you are single, but have no one to mingle with? Then this one’s for you. JAM’s resident advisors Priya Chaphekar and Saurabh Datar share their 10 latest tips to patao your dream lady. PRIYA SAYS Stop being a show-off Please don’t try to be a Jignesss with those monkey-wash jeans with yellow colour patches. They look horrible. Get those ...

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Pirate Latitudes

For many years, Michael Crichton’s name was a byword for intelligent, cutting-edge fiction, frequently utilising striking new developments in science as the basis of his narratives, or (most famously in Jurassic Park) extrapolating scientific possibilities into highly exciting (if implausible) tales of adventure. After his recent death (at a relatively young age), it was salutary to remember that his writing ...

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Gran Turismo 4

Gran Turismo 4 was tipped to be “the best driving simulator”. And now that I have played it, I can say that the hype was well deserved. Every aspect of the game — be it the graphics, physics, tracks or anything else — is brilliant. To make things even more exciting, gamers also have the option of managing a racing ...

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