College life is little about academic scores and more about exploring life unfolding at its best. In other words college is an excuse to seek those dimensions that were hidden during the disciplined school lectures. Festember is another word for that excuse to finding yourself. It is time you come alive with Festember.
A cultural fest by National Institute of Technology, Festember offers the engineering students 3 nights and 4 days of unmatched fun, music, food, events, and activities to unlearn the math equations in the festive month of September. Born in the year of 1975, the fest is hallmark and a storehouse of creative endeavors that include workshops, dance, live concerts and much more. This year the fest aims to offer you timeless experiences from 24th – 27th September at the NIT Trichy.
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The sheer number of bloggers on BlogAdda, writing on topics ranging from technology to motherhood, Bollywood to banking is a testimony to the fact that blogging in India is here to stay. But for a country where the vast majority of the blogging community writes for their personal satisfaction, monetising a blog is still desirable but distant possibility for most of us.
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Anaggh Desai needs no introduction. Unlike other places where “he needs no introduction” is usually followed up with one, we will not get there. Look him up.
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This post is written by the five awesome women who started this initiative. Read more and support the initiative.
The CSAAM blog was launched on April 1, 2011, with over 40 bloggers (and more coming in as we write this) posting on various topics related to CSAAM on their blogs, survivors sending in their stories and experts in the field posting on issues related to CSAAM.
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We are back with the part 2 of the series of posts on the anniversary of 26/11 Mumbai Terrorist attacks. In the first part we had a lot of bloggers and readers sharing their thoughts like Shobhaa de who had to say ‘Their concern is survival at any cost. But that instinct should not be confused with indifference.’ and many more. In this part we have more bloggers and readers who share their thoughts on the anniversary of the Mumbai Terror Attacks when we asked them ‘What kind of thoughts are running in your mind on the first anniversary?‘. Our profound thanks to all of them for taking time out and sharing their thoughts and concerns.
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Today is November 26! A year ago at this time, the would be perpetrators of the most brutal terrorist attack on the City of Mumbai were on the way. Life in Mumbai was normal that day and so is today. What has changed after an year? Has anything improved? Does the Common Man feel safe? The sole captured terrorist is being subjected to the best of treatments! We wonder why is he still alive.
We know we are not ‘The Supreme Power’ but where is the supreme power and why doesn’t he do anything to stop such terror attacks? These are some thoughts constantly being echoed. Today, bloggers and our readers share with us their thoughts on the anniversary of the Mumbai Terror Attacks when we asked them ‘What kind of thoughts are running in your mind on the first anniversary?‘. Our profound thanks to all of them for taking time out and sharing their thoughts and concerns.
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