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SAPNA [Jun. 1st, 2005|09:09 pm]
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new summer issue! SapnaMagazine.com

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Match.com [May. 9th, 2005|03:54 pm]
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Has anybody here tried Match.com, or any other match making services? I guess it actually works cuz a family friend of mine is getting married to a girl he met on shaadi.com! I don't know why his family turned to the site, he's a 2nd gen doctor, didn't think they'd have a hard time finding someone. This is first situation where it actually worked, anyone else experienced this before?


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(no subject) [May. 2nd, 2005|11:20 am]
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Trial, please respond!




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Are you willing to pay $1.00 per issue for reading Sapna Magazine on-line? Provided that registered users get more benefits.
Yes
No
Yes, but at a reduced price of $0.75

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(no subject) [Apr. 22nd, 2005|12:18 pm]
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Thank you all for reading Sapna Magazine! I'm trying to do something different for Fashion this time around, does anyone have any questions when it comes to the recent trends? Feel free to ask me and I will try my best to answer them. I want to do a piece on "How To: Wear the Trends of Spring 05", guys feel free to ask me too!
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Spring Issue [Mar. 24th, 2005|10:14 am]
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Features:
* Hip Hop sensation - Prosenjit Kundu
* His/Her Top 10 Turn offs
* My column - the best Dinner Date!
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Question [Feb. 15th, 2005|09:37 am]
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What is the most inappropriate thing a friend has done to you? I've talked it about in my journal, but I have this one friend who notices when I don't look my best and comments on it...my god it drives me nuts! She's done it twice so far and didn't even give me a break when I got my wisdom teeth pulled.."wow your face is swollen." I don't think it's a self-esteem thing...but more improper etiquette.

Desi aunties could learn a thing or two about proper etiquette..and what not to say. hahaha

Anyone feel me?
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Saira Mohan [Feb. 15th, 2005|09:24 am]
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What an awesome thought...

"If I were to ask you the color shirt you’re wearing, you wouldn’t say “not red”—so stop thinking that you’re ‘not beautiful.' Figure out who and what you are and wear it with pride." Interview with Saira Mohan at Sapnamagazine.com



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New Issue! [Feb. 10th, 2005|03:06 pm]
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Features:
* Cover girl Saira Mohan
* Love Advice from Kal Penn
* Tons of ideas to make your Valentine's the best ever!

All only @ Sapna Magazine
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Gay Desis: Out of the Closet [Jan. 25th, 2005|01:20 pm]
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"Richna Singh, a 20 year old college student who enjoys reading, writing, and partying. She’s also bisexual and has a crush on Angelina Jolie.

Vikrant Lal (part of the Mathur family) is a 24 year old food technologist and Rutgers graduate. He loves photography, art, and music. He has no fashion sense, but he’s still gay.

By the way, their names are real. Both Richna and Vikrant are desi.

Despite living in the epitome of a modern western country, desi culture in the U.S. has been slow to accept the coming out of many South Asian homosexuals. In the past, the forced silence has led many to forgo coming out and opt for unhappy marriages instead, but the newer generation has been less silent and more proactive about their identity."
- By Saira Doja and Vaishali Rao for: Sapna Magazine - click to read the full article.




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Inauguration [Jan. 20th, 2005|04:58 pm]
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“I may not agree with what you have to say but I will defend to the death your right to say it.”

It is with this promise that on the day of our President’s inauguration Sapna Magazine opens its doors to two gentlemen from opposite ends of the political spectrum – the Left & the Right – to analyze what they believe these next four years entail for us South Asians.
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