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Common Wealth Games: What is the need of the Hour?

While the media speculated over all the corruption surrounding the games, Lokesh Vishwakarma appeals to everyone to focus on the important issues. With less than 40 days to go for the biggest extravagant sporting event in this country, The Commonwealth Games, India has already lost it. Going by the series of revelations & campaigning by the media, it seems more ...

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Subziwala Bhaiya to invest soon

Art of Investing to teach vegetable vendors the tricks of the trade. The Second Annual meet of TELI SEVA SAMAJ held on 14th August had an objective to educate vegetable vendors about the know-hows of investment. The idea originated in Prof. Sridhar R Iyer

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Media Madness

Blitzkrieg -KC College, Mumbai ‘Blitzkrieg’10 ended with a mock show, but in the college you see a world of innovation and not just an event; with faces that are partially painted and participants acting on stage and weird characters roaming around with head gears. No wonder they are called media students! The two-day BMM festival of Kishanchand Chellaram College ended ...

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The ‘Elixir’ of Economics

Economics fest- Ruia College, Mumbai Like the elixir of life, ELIXIR, the economics festival of Ramnarain Ruia College is back. Elixir comes back in its prime for the fourth consecutive year. The theme this year is

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Kya Pak-a Raha Hai?!!!!

Ravi Ved mocks Pakistan Cricketers for their ‘love’ of the game Controversy is like a brother to the Pakistan cricketers. match fixing, ball tampering passing pitch info, drug taking, you name it, they’ve done it. The odds of Himesh Reshammiya learning to act are greater than the Pakistani players not being involved in a scandal. UK based tabloid The News ...

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Netherlands beat Uruguay

Remya Philip reports Netherlands beat Uruguay last night in what proved to be a thrilling match at Cape Town. This was the third time that Netherlands played in a semi-final match since 1978. The orange squad definitely proved to be lucky their third time around, sending the South American team home with a 3-2 lead. Slow start, fast pace It ...

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Cellphone use according to floors!!

Using cell phones in our college is strictly prohibited. However the weirdest part is that this rule is applicable only on the second floor and not on the first and the ground floor. Penalty for breaking this rule would be a rough and tough lecture from the faculty followed by a fine. However, many people break this rule and in ...

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Campus News

1: GRE revamped, to offer discount on test fees GRE is the gateway for lakhs of students to pursue PG programmes in universities abroad. Educational Testing Service (ETS), the body that delivers the tests, has decided to introduce a few changes in the test.

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