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Comic Strips Pearls Before Swine:Pearls before Swine is smart, hilarious and crazy! With well-defined characters like the selfish and sarcastic rat, sweet and dumb pig, the intelligent zebra and the stupid crocodiles who try in vain to capture the zebra, this comic strip is laugh-out-loud material. Bizarro: As the name suggests, it is bizarre! Dan Piraro picks up things related ...

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A Memorable Run

Peace Marathon -Wilson College, Mumbai On the occasion of completion of 100 years of Wilson College, Gymkhana and the 2nd anniversary of the 26/11 terrorists attacks, Wilson College organised a marathon starting from the college to Nariman Point. The marathon was open to all, and 500-700 people participated in it. Gracing the occasion was the Chairman of the All-India Anti-Terrorist ...

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JAI VIRU(S)

Troubled by hackers? No problem. Varun Vazir meets the baap of all hackers – Raj Shekhar Moorthy, who tells us about a career in hacking! We’ve seen Boman Irani being called ‘Virus’ in a movie, but there’s someone who has taken this term very seriously. Raj Shekhar Moorthy knows the amount of problems actual viruses can create. In an effort ...

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EXPOSED: Unreliable overseas education consultants

Going abroad to study? Don’t rely on your overseas education consultant blindly. Pooja Biraia shares her experience During the process of applying for a Masters in Journalism in Canada and UK last year, many facets of the way overseas consultants function came to the fore. I was applying for a course abroad after graduating from GN Khalsa College(Mumbai), and pursuing ...

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The day India was Bandh

When India came to a standstill on Monday, July 5, many people took it advantage of the extended weekend and went off on a holiday with family or friends. But, the real reason of the extended holiday cannot be denied. The Opposition managed to stage the most successful bandh in the last ten years, and, according to stats, India lost ...

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Google TV is here

No, this isn’t another channel to watch. This is Google’s effort to merge web content with television. Google TV aims to “serve as an entertainment hub” wherein you can search channels, recorded shows and basically do whatever you do on the Internet. What exactly is it? It’s basically the Internet brought to your TV. Both are heading towards a convergent ...

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A book lover

Beauty, they say, lies in the eye of the beholder and it is booklovers alone who recognise the attractive powers that draw them to second-hand book stores. As much as we

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The Animation Masterclass is Back!

An animation masterclass is being held by the three masters of the field-Masterclass by Ranjit Singh , Vivek Ram and Vaibhav Kumaresh. Prachi Parekh gives you the details After an informative trilogy of maserclass in Mumbai, RamSinghKumaresh bring you another masterclass in Pune. This masterclass has been divided into 3 parts- Character Design for film and Games, Fundamentals of Computer ...

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Mahindra NBA Challenge

Saurabh Datar catches up with AC Green (LA Lakers) and Teresa Edwards (5-time Olympics veteran), who launched the six-week long league-cum-coaching programme The Mahindra NBA Challenge is being played in Mumbai, Bangalore and Ludhiana. The final stage would consist of matches between top teams from all the three cities. The clinic is open to all kids from 14-17 years of ...

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It’s Trek Time, Folks!

Richard Khear, adventure enthusiast gives his expertise on cool spots you can visit this garmi Irshal An awe-inspiring pinnacle located in Karjat, about 100 km from Mumbai, it houses a picturesque village of Pardhi community. Neighboured by Prabalghad and Matheran, Irshal is ideal for a one-day get away from the monotony of daily routine. The pinnacle makes good for rock ...

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