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Inspiring India!

The 15 year old daughter of a cart-puller helps India make a mark at the Hockey World cup. Ganesh Shankar tells the story. Rani Rampal has battled all odds to play the game she loves. She was India’s saving grace at the recently concluded Women’s Hockey World Cup in Argentina, winning the coveted ‘Young Player of the Tournament’ award. She ...

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Hey Ram, Hey Laxman

It was a test-ing time for the Indian Cricket team. Varun Vazir analysis the result. October’s here when most of the students are preparing for their exams and recently even team India had to face a test in a test match v/s the jumpy kangaroos. India had to chase more than 70 odd runs with only two wickets in hand ...

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Stop making me your friend

It is that time of the year again. Friendship Day! A day when people, who otherwise avoid each other like the plague, send each other emails and e-cards that carry messages of love and fellowship that clog our inboxes so badly that the important stuff start bouncing and we begin to hate each other even more. Seriously, what happened to ...

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Last lap of the CAT

You have been preparing for D Day all along, and now you’ve reached the last lap of the race. You feel the heat building up, the pressure mounting, days that go in anticipation and time that increasingly gets spent in the temples and you replace your sweetheart’s snap with a picture of God.. JAM brings you some pertinent and useful ...

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Washoku

Washoku – Bringing Japan to Mumbai – via your stomachs! ‘Washoku – the Japanese food festival’ has arrived but with a twist, this time they are hitting the streets. Dadar catering college (IHM, Mumbai) with Maidoindia have collaborated once again to bring the street food and culture of Japan to Mumbai. The festival held at the campus started off as ...

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Waves ’10

WAVES BITS Pilani, Goa Waves, the national-level cultural festival of BITS Pilani, K.K. Birla Goa Campus, is an annual event spread over 3 splendid days of colour, excitement and vitality. Since its humble inception in 2005, Waves has grown by leaps and bounds into one of the biggest cultural festivals in India, with an ever-increasing annual footfall. The enthusiastic efforts ...

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Calling All Bookworms

Sydenham Institute of Management Studies (SIMSREE) in collaboration with JAM presents Bibliophilia – a national level Sydenham management book review contest under Acumen ’10. Acumen is part of Sydenham Management Review (SMR), the annual corporate magazine of SIMSREE. It gives a platform to management students to present their views and opinions on various management issues. The review contest is on ...

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