Month: July 2012

An Interview With Sagarika Chakraborty

[box_light]Sagarika Chakraborty, was born a sweet baby to her parents in Kolkata few years back. She studied her high school all the way and chose law as her initial career by enrolling at National Law University, Jodhpur.She is currently doing her management studies at Indian School of Business, Hyderabad.Her thought provoking articles on corporate governance have appeared in the leading journals in several countries and states. She has been bestowed with various honours from World Economic Forum including a special mention from the World Bank and the Australian Government. She was recently awarded  with the most respected  Fellowship by...

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Top 50 Indian English Novels(09-12)- TM List

This monsoon ‘Thousand Miles’ brings a top 50 list of Indian English novels (09-12) for you specially. The list begins Chetan Bhagat’s Revolution 2020 followed by several other authors and fiction writers. This list is based on the popularity level in India and few votes and decisions of TM editorial team. This monsoon, enjoy your most coolest list and read one by one. The list covers the works of authors from almost all genres. With raining outside and coffee cup in hand, read these books, I am pretty sure you gonna enjoy the fall of summer. Read it and...

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Star Dance Academy

“While I dance I can not judge, I can not hate, I can not separate myself from life. I can only be joyful and whole. This is why I dance.” – Hans Bos The aforesaid quotation found its true implementation where dance and its forms really reside. When I say ‘resides’, it means that, the thing called ‘dance’ traces it home to stay where it is worshiped by the dancers and after the dancers meet with prominently called dance, there happens a show. Same thing happened few days back. A workshop on dance organised by one of our affiliates...

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Monsoon Reminiscence

Sitting by my window sipping a steaming cup of coffee, enjoying that beautiful fresh lush greenery all around with a faint smell of wet soil and mud in the breeze..Oh yes..!! It’s the much awaited monsoons here, poring down hard, bringing that mercury meter down and I am loving every bit of it. It’s probably one of the best times of the year, a wonderful weather for vacations, especially for those of us who are studying outside our dear state.What perhaps everyone enjoys the most are those lazy sleepy afternoons, of course they sometimes do dampen a lot of...

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The Beggar’s Tale

Sunrays streaming through the skies, Sunrays setting the trees alive, A new day smiles upon the world, A new day for me to survive. A day of joy for many, A day of sorrow for some, But for me, its a mirror depicting.. The struggles that are to come. I rummage the bins for food, To find my strength for the day. The people around me are not too kind.. They would rather shoo me away. Little children playing in the park, So oblivious to life’s trials.. Even the pretty girl at the bus stop.. Stabs my heart with...

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