Archive for November 2008

Caption #75

Nov 30th, 2008 | By | Category: Caption This

We are happy to bring this weeks contest. Caption the above picture, and if your caption is the best, you could win a cash prize of US$ 10, or INR 500. The rules for the contest are as follows…

Namaste Delhi – III

Nov 26th, 2008 | By | Category: Travel

Tweet My First Taste of the ?Gol Gappa? …Continued from Namaste Delhi-II There is no Indian who never had ?gol gappa? or “water balls” , according to Mayank. He introduced me to one of the most favorite snack of the Indians. It is made of a round-shaped baked flour, with a hole at the center […]

Namaste Delhi – II

Nov 17th, 2008 | By | Category: Travel

Tweet Tour around the city of circles…Continued from My first day in New Delhi Our excitement for the trip made us forget that we were there to study information technology. The places were simply amazing. So off we went around Delhi. First stop was at the mystical and splendid Baha Hai or House of Worship […]

Adding Colours to Lives!

Nov 14th, 2008 | By | Category: Articles, Review, Sports

Tweet And I got another batch of 28 from the Balmiki camp and Arun Dass camps, and we moved our school to a place in the slums. Everyday children would clean this place up but we were forced to declare holidays when it rained. Then came a meeting with Mr Amod Kanth in March 2000. […]

Caption This – XV

Nov 12th, 2008 | By | Category: Caption This

Tweet The winner of Caption This – XIV is The Qualified Quack for his caption : “Waiting for the unexpected has made me grow old, but then hope is all I have left with me.”? You think you could have done better? Well, here is your chance. Caption this fortnight’s photo, and if your caption […]


Nov 9th, 2008 | By | Category: Articles, Still Fresh

Tweet Targets and goals are wonderful things to have. Without goals and targets, one can keep on working hard but not reach anywhere. Everything natural on this earth has a purpose, so there is no reason why something man-made should not have a target too. The MAG also has a clear objective, which I hope […]

Namaste Delhi – I

Nov 8th, 2008 | By | Category: Travel

Tweet My first day in New Delhi. It was one late evening of March 3 when I set foot at the Indira Gandhi International Airport. Although it was quite a lengthy wait to get to the exit area, I experienced a mixed feeling of excitement, anxiety and exasperation. After a long time, I tracked my […]