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Five Features of Eco Friendly Electric Cars

The buzz is on eco-friendly electric cars. We did some research and discovered the top five features of electric cars. 1. Turning the headlights on would drop the running speed to about 15-20 kmph. But if your car is hit by lightning, it would rush at the speed of light! 2. If you run your car at about 60-70 kmph ...

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Top 5 on my Wishlist for Lord Ganesha

Ganpati Bappa, the Vighnaharta is finally here. Everyone has something in their mind that they want from the lord. Since I’ve been taught as a child not to be a selfish, materialistic and greedy brat, I have just five simple wishes that I want. One for myself, One for my dear friends, One for my beloved family, One for my ...

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Author Interview – Amandeep Sandhu.

With an excerpt from his book “Roll of Honour” JAM meets Amandeep Sandhu the author of Sepia Leaves has now written a new book called Roll of Honour. It is a story of split loyalties of a Sikh boy studying in a military school in Punjab in the year 1984. It is about Operation Bluestar, Mrs. Gandhi’s assassination, riots, and ...

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Golf on the Go

Do you have a penchant of playing golf but don’t because it’s an sport or because of lack of time? Mostly because you found getting membership to golf courses(and the entry into the pseudo golf circles) a very daunting task.Golf Mania may be the answer to build your golfing confidence. Read On. Golf is no more an elitist game. Golf ...

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Interview with the author Ritu Lalit

JAM interviews fantasy fiction writer Ritu Lalit, who is currently making waves with her books ‘Hilawi’ and ‘Bowlful of Butterflies’. Her second book ‘Hilawi’ a fantasy thriller novel, was released in July this year. Hilawi is the name of a mystical weapon that was dredged out of the ocean by Gods and Demons during the Samudra Manthan. Its origins and ...

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TOP 5 Names first time writers should NOT give their books.

We have a lot of budding writers coming up off late. So we thought why not help them by giving them some suggestions on what not to name their books. Once they see inspiration and the path of success, the rest is then just perspiration. Here are some – 1. The mystery of why John Grisham is so popular 2. ...

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Face in the Crowd: APWIG (A Place Where Ideas Grow).

It is always better to work and make a small organization grow instead of doing menial jobs in huge firms, believe Supratim and Ria young entrepreneurs and CEOs of APWIG (A Place Where Ideas Grow). Ria Chauhan and Supratim Dam are Journalism graduates from Jai Hind College got fed up of working in big media houses and seriously felt that ...

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No, I don’t drink.

And to those of you who suddenly look down at me like you have balcony seats in a metaphorical opera theater of life, I couldn’t care less about you. People tell me I should try it once, cuz it’ll make me feel elated, make me feel like I wanna dance, flail and wobble around the roads, make me scream and ...

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Fidel Castro’s top 5 retirement plans

Fidel Castro was sitting and wondering what he should do now that he is no more in office. So we thought why not give him suggestions about what he could do, as retirement options – 1. say good bye to drab green army outfits, say hello to cargo shorts and hawaiian shirts 2. Scrapbooking – after all there would be ...

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Author Interview: Falguni Kothari

Debutante author Falguni Kothari shares with JAM , her experiences and inspiration behind her novel, Its Your Move Wordfreak. It was either writing a book or cooking for Falguni. “I began writing accidentally by a little prodding from a family member three years ago. I realized I was a writer when I had my very first manuscript in my hands ...

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