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THE POWER OF EDUCATION ………

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Turning mirrors into windows so that they may witness the beauty of the world, Knowing how to build walls so that they may build their better future, But preferring to build bridges so that they may bridge up with someone who is willing to learn. Education is a means to an end, G-SIL Educational Society believes in the empowering effect ... Read More »

Aishwarya interacts with the youth at Mithibai College

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Mumbai,By Kabir Ali   Aishwarya Rai Bachchan along with ace director Sanjay Gupta were seen interacting with the students of Mithibai college today, where they had gone to promote their upcoming film Jazbaa which is slated to release on the 9th of October, 2015. Aishwarya was thrilled by the response she got at her arrival at the institute and was seen ... Read More »

INA Dilli Haat to get free Wi-Fi from Sunday

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Dilli Haat in INA is all set to get its own Wi-Fi service on Sunday which can be accessed by visitors for free for the first 20 minutes. The Delhi government’s tourism department has decided to launch the initiative on World Tourism Day. The service is likely to be extended to the two other Dilli Haat complexes in Pitampura and ... Read More »

Rohit Sharma joins Anti-Poaching campaign in Kenya

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Indian cricketer Rohit Sharma joined an anti-poaching campaign to save the wild animals of Africa as he along with Hollywood actors Matt Le Blanc and Salma Hayek will be involved in taking care of the last surviving Northern White Rhinoceros of the rare species. “I have been a member of PETA (People for Ethical Treatment of Animals) and when I ... Read More »

Hero: Close to zero

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This week Nikhil Advani tries to rejig the 1980s masala for the diet cola generation and has come up with a contraption high on fizz, low on substance. It is a kind of film where the hero makes an entry on a bulldozer and the villain bamboozles with his punchlines; a film where the heroine has to remain oblivious to ... Read More »

DU polls: ABVP has an edge in 25 colleges

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Going by elections at the college level, the traditional rivalry between Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarathi Parishad and National Students’ Union of India continues. However, it would be wrong to write off AAP’s Chhatra Yuva Sangharsh Samiti (CYSS) based on these polls as they did not field any candidates at this level. By Friday evening, ABVP had an edge in 25 colleges ... Read More »

DittoTV’s new brand campaign #TVBuddyhighlights the Indian TV viewing habit – no one likes to watch TV alone.

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dittoTV rolls out its new campaign ‘#TVBuddy’ which showcases the Indian TV viewing habit that even if they are separated by geographies,Indians always like to watch the same TV content together and sometimes, even discuss and share it. Based on this insight, in the campaign, the term ‘TV Buddy’ was coined. TV Buddies could be your mom, dad, relatives, childhood ... Read More »

PM launches metro’s Faridabad corridor

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday inaugurated the much-awaited Badarpur-Faridabad Metro that will connect the national Capital with the satellite town and hoped that it would give impetus to economic growth in the region.Mr. Modi, who himself took a train of the Metro’s Violet Line (Line 6) from Janpath station in Delhi to reach Bata Chowk station here, said the ... Read More »

Sonam Kapoor is ecstatic with the response to Bhushan Kumar’s ‘Dheere dheere’

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Sonam Kapoor is celebrating the response to the mint fresh version of ‘Dheere dheere’ that got nine million hits in just five days. While the original song is from the 90s film Aashiqui, the current version has been recreated by Yo Yo Honey Singh. This one is a special tribute by music honcho Bhushan Kumar in the memory of his late father Gulshan Kumar. ... Read More »

This 12-yr-old Indian-origin girl has IQ higher than Einstein

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A 12-year-old Indian-origin girl in the United Kingdom has achieved the highest possible score of 162 on a Mensa IQ test, outwitting physicists Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking. Lydia Sebastian from Essex has joined the one per cent of all entrants to attain the highest mark in the Cattell III B paper supervised by Mensa, the society for people with ... Read More »