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The challenges and rewards of University life

In my previous article, “Beware of substandard and fraudulent foreign Universities” I spoke about the disastrous start I had to my journey as an international student. So how did I go on from there? I had two options – pack my bags and go home or stay and start afresh. They say that when the going gets tough, the tough ...

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Movie Review; Ramaiya Vastavaiya

Ramaiya Vastavaiya is the Hindi remake of the Telugu blockbuster Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana that starred Siddharth and Trisha. Prabhu Deva puts on the direction cap yet again for one of his own movies. Since I haven’t seen the original , I will review it as a fresh film. The story isn’t new. Ram (Girish Kumar) is the son of an Australian ...

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Beware of sub-standard and fraudulent foreign Universities.

An important article for international students, written by Ryan D’souza an international student in Australia. JAM has been bringing you useful articles and information that students from India can use while choosing education abroad. Here is Ryan’s story; When I received my student visa for Australia on Christmas Eve in 2009, I was so delighted about going overseas that not ...

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Crocodile Dandi

Violent attacks against Indian students in Australia have made headlines in India over the last few days. It started with the case of Shravan Kumar becoming a prime time issue. Now many more such stories are tumbling out of the closet. Baljinder Singh was stabbed last week while Rajesh Kumar suffered 30 per cent burns after a petrol bomb was ...

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First-person account

First-person account of being an Indian student in Australia It’s where summer is winter and winter is summer, where the shops close at 5 PM but the pubs are crowded even at 5 AM. It’s Aussie land and it’s become a favored destination for Indian students seeking a foreign degree. G’Day Mate! I just returned from a one-year post-graduate journalism ...

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