Help with basic formatting of Wordpress (Theme)

I am trying to get this front page formatted so that the columns line up right and it looks neat and clean.
Site:
http://bkgoswami2013.atourcity.com/wp

I am new to  wordpress. This theme is supposed to be 3 columns plus a sidebar like dandavats.com. Currently it is not lined up right, however.

I have looked through all the settings for the theme but none seem to apply.
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Jeff swicegoodTechnicianAsked:
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Julian HansenCommented:
You have some validation errors on that page which you should probably sort out first.

In addition the site markup seems to differ quite substantially from the  http://dandavats.com/ site.

Did you make any modifications to the theme files?
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James RodgersWeb Applications DeveloperCommented:
you have an extra closing div

i have it as right above

<!-- end #sidebar //-->
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Jeff swicegoodTechnicianAuthor Commented:
@julianH: At first I clicked the link on the bottom of dandavats.com to get the theme Newsprint 2(files). I installed it. It didn't look anything like the theme of dandavats.  At that time I took out the sample Ads and my collaborator may have made some changes, but then I installed a later version of the theme (NewsPrint 3) attempting to get the same look. Since installing the later version, there have been no changes to it. I will look into the validation errors.

@Jester_48: I will look into that.
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Julian HansenCommented:
Ok because the layout of the dandavts site is quite different from yours.
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Jeff swicegoodTechnicianAuthor Commented:
Well, if the goal is to make it look like dandavats, then how would I proceed? Dump this theme?
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Julian HansenCommented:
Either that or you will need to get a developer to assist you in massaging this to get what you want. I don't think you will be able to get it resolved here - there does not appear to be an obvious quick fix.
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Jeff swicegoodTechnicianAuthor Commented:
@jester_48: I couldn't see that that </div> was extra-- they all seem to be matched up.

@Both: Ok. Thanks for looking at it. My developer friend will eventually help me with this. In the meantime I will try to tackle it myself.
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