A Night of Agony!

Dec 14th, 2008 | By | Category: India, News, Review

I cried, yelled, felt helpless and pathetic, all at the same time. Whenever someone tries to attack a city, they do it at one spot, or multiple spots, but the attack is over within a span of some hours. However, this is for the first time that some think like this has happened – the firing has been going on for over 14 hours now, at the time of writing this. The heart of the city is bleeding!

Worst part for me, personally, is to helplessly sit in front of my television screen and be a witness to all this torture and agony. A dear officer whom I knew has lost his life in the turn out of yesterday’s event.

What is new?

Dec 12th, 2008 | By | Category: India, Review, Sports, Still Fresh

Tweet So, we are back, with a new look that, we think, makes reading easier on the eye. After all, The MAG is all about making reading a pleasure for you. Commenting on articles, as you must have observed, has been enabled. Now you don’t have to go through the lengthy process of emailing us […]

Dil Kabbadi

Dec 11th, 2008 | By | Category: Movie Review, Review

Well should you go and watch the movie, not really, as long as you don’t have free passes for it. Otherwise the movie is not worth your dime, even a DVD copy would seem like a waste of money.

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. […]