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Discussion on Constitution at Jai Hind

Jai Hind College, Mumbai recently hosted the UGC sponsored National Seminar “60 years of the Constitution of India: Retrospect and Prospect”. The event was graced by the presence of world renowned civil rights activist, Martin Luther King III. Themes like Ambedkar’s contribution to the Constitution, Gandhi’s impact on the Constitution, Minority rights, Women Empowerment and more were discussed. The motive ...

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‘Make way for CWG athletes’

The Common Wealth Games (CWG) are approaching and 3000 students have been asked to evacuate the hostels in order to house athletes. Shovit Ranjan from Hans Raj College, who lives at the hostel, complains, “We were told we would be evicted at the time of signing the bonds. It didn’t matter back then, now it is rough.” Rooms are either ...

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(Go)lf for it, Atwal

August 22 is a date etched in history of Indian golf. US-based Indian, Arjun Atwal (37) wins the PGA tour. After 15 years of professional golf, he was one putt away from sealing a historic win at the Wyndham Championships in North Carolina and he played the perfect stroke to win the PGA tour. Atwal’s breakthrough performance has provided new ...

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‘Open’ to an interesting tournament

Needless to say Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal are probable candidates for the Men’s Championship. Robin Soderling, runner-up of this year’s French Open, Andy Murray runner up of Australian Open, and Thomas Berdych runner-up of Wimbledon are also players to look out for. With most players from the top ten ranks making their way up ahead in the tournaments happening ...

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Loyalty Lies

Players are jumping sides every season, even between leagues. For one, they are competing with their national teammates, while for another, against them. The question is where does their loyalty lie? Jaques Kallis (ex-Warriors) has to play for Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) this season. Captain of RCB, Anil Kumble believes that Kallis will benefit his squad, as the latter will ...

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ISAAC is round the corner

ISAAC, brainchild of IEEE-TSEC (Institute of Electric and Electronic Engineers- Thadomal Shahani Engineering College, Bandra), will be held from September 26 to October 3. What to expect? Conferences, workshops and contests accompanied for the very first time by exhibitions this year. Robotic contests include Line follower, F1 Racing, Robo Wars and Pattern Recognition, etc to whet your appetite! Look forward ...

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Voluntary Workshop Training Programme

As part of Joyfest 2010, here’s a call to engineering students to volunteer for Workshop Training for underprivileged children. Students of the Management Society of Thadomal Shahani Engineering College, students of Sardar Patel Institute of Tech, DJ Sanghavi College of Engineering and JAM Magazine will conduct the workshop. The Programme will give students the opportunity to voluntarily devote their time ...

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Teachers vs Students at Jai Hind College

The Literary and Debating Society of the Jai Hind College organised their annual Staff vs Students Debate on 25th August. “Do students have to be politically active for effective nation building?” was the question of the hour. The debate was judged by renowned personalities like Pooja Bedi, Gaurav Kapur and Yudhishtir Urs. Nearly 400 gathered in Jai Hind Auditorium as ...

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Study India Program

H R College of Commerce and Economics has joined hands with King’s College London to conduct the UK-India Education and Research Initiative’s (UKERI) Study India Program, which began on 14th August and will end on 4th September in Mumbai. The program has been designed to give 100 British students an intellectual and aesthetic journey through India. The three-week program includes ...

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They are back

No, we’re not talking about exams. Rekha Nair from Chandigarh reports about the student council elections in Panjab University The Student Council Elections are back. Like every year we can already see stickers and posters of SOPU (Students’ Organisation of Panjab University), PUSU (Panjab University Students’ Union), ABVP (Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad), NSUI (National Students Union of India), INSO (Indian ...

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