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The Denim soup for the Indian soul.

Cropped, Baggy, High Waisted, Distressed-Boy do we have variety!!! Gone are the days, of the denims being shepherd clothing. We present to you the Ultimate Jeans Guide which will help you through. Wondering about the kinds of denims?? We could take you on that joy ride. The White collar worker: Bored of your office trousers?? We come to your rescue. ...

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ShrutiParmar, Sophia College

ShrutiParmar is like any other girl who loves to participate in her college festivals, is a movie buff and loves everything about her college but she also is a source of inspiration and a Face of the Crowd for everyone. RuchiNandu, her classmate from Sophia College, tells us why. Shruti, currently pursuing Bachelors of Mass Media(BMM) degree is a bright ...

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Mama Mia, Hill Road Bandra Mumbai.

Looking for an Italian restaurant for a date next week then don’t bother reading this. But looking for a treat for yourself with some pizzas and pastas then this is one eatery you cannot give a miss. There are many Italian pizza corners in Mumbai but not many are easy on the pocket. This is one Italian restaurant known for ...

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Is it a tricycle, a bike or a skier

Its Trike. Looks like a bike but moves like a skier…so what is it?? We are writing to you on behalf of Trikke India, first and one of its kind vehicles in India catering to a wide target audience. Digen Varma is the sole importer and distributor of Trikke in India. Trikke three-wheeled cambering vehicles are human powered machines that ...

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Interview with the author of Operation Lipstick, Pia Hiekkila and excerpts.

What propelled you to write, Operation Lipstick? I read a lot of chicklit and felt the genre lacked something – a proper heroine – someone who is silly yet heroic, sympathetic yet focused and most of all – fun. Also chicklit often felt little too sanitised for me – I wanted to add some spice and few sexy scenes because ...

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Solo six-month journey around the world

A bottle of pickled fish picked by his grandfather and books and a cross from friend, a DVD gift from National Geographic Traveller which has all the editions since 1889, if “he feels lonely”….these are some of the things that Lt. Abhilash will take along on his Solo 6 month round the world boat-trip. “He read somewhere that a circumnavigator ...

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Cafe Mangii

Restaurant Review: Cafe Mangii Good Ambience, strictly OK Pizzas. If you are bored with pizzas from Dominos, Pizza Hut & Smokin Joes then here is a petite Italian cottage like restaurant you can go to. It\\\’s called Café Mangii, nestled in the heart of suburbs of Mumbai. This restaurant is Off Linking Road, Khar (West). They have branches in Powai, ...

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Obituary: Rajesh Khanna

Bye – Bye Kakaji, RIP. “Time is up,Pack up”, were his final words as he slipped, unobtrusively behind the curtain of life.He was the emperor ruling the millions of throbbing hearts and he was given a farewell fit for one. One can’t help but be in awe of Rajesh Khanna .Nobody escaped his magic.For us, who were not even born ...

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JAM TOP 5 weird Bhai-Behen Jodis

On Raksha Bandhan day some weird Bhai Behen Jodis On this occasion of Raksha Bandhan, one could see girls indiscriminately going on the ‘tying rakhi spree’… and the guys, becharaas run away from them, from canteens, lecture halls, bus stops… Some guys are not even seen out of their homes as they risk suddenly being branded as ‘bros’ by pretty ...

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A Tribute Through Confessions

I reached home and turned off the bikes engine. She was looking at me, from her coign of vantage. Before I could even start towards the entrance, she ran towards the door to receive me. [Almost like Mrs. Jaya Bacchan running for her son Shahrukh Khan in K3G…!]. She was visibly excited on seeing me. She couldn’t remain away from ...

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