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Editorial: September’17

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Hello Readers and followers, Thanks for being with us since we made a come back this year March. We, at Thousand Miles are working day and night for collecting write-ups, articles, for photo-shoot, making tie-ups, designing our website and doing other creative works. These are all for making TM a place for infotainment. We love putting our creativity in anything that comes by and henceforth, we value any work of art, design or literary work. If you want you can submit your work at TM, we would love to go through it. This issue ‘Culture, Tradition and Festivals’ dedicates to the mentioned theme, also including two interviews. One is highlighting a beauty pageant lady- the 2nd Runners Up of Mrs. Read more

Editorial, August’17

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Hello readers and TMians, How are you all? Did you enjoy the post summer with down pour of rainfall? We hope you have good time this summer and looking forward to the next season as soon as the rainy season ends. The day of liberation 15th august 1947, India regained its sovereignty, after a tremendous efforts and sacrifices. We have read history of that period and heard of many stories of misery through which the country came across to attain this day, and the national flag of our country was proudly raised. Today the people of our country have the different opinion of this day, and many among us don’t believe that we are actually independent, but our country is. Read more

It was during a travel to Agartala, Tripura after my Post Graduation defense  during the month of July back in 2015. The journey was 18 hours travel from my home town Sivasagar, Assam. Another epic book from Dr. Kalam Sir entitled ‘My Journey: Transforming Dreams into Action’ was in my hand as I was travelling. I was reading and turning pages out of curiosity of what is to come next. I was imagining Kalam Sir’s childhood, his study life, his family members and how supportive they must have been in making the person whom we today know as ‘ People’s President’ or ‘The Missile Man of India’. It was 27th July 2015, the day we all received the heart breaking Read more

Hello TMians Happy Monsoons! How has been the vacation? Where have you visited? How awesome was it? Share your views with us. We will love to hear from you. We are back with our July issue on the theme of Shades of Life. This is something as we know, that we see in our daily life. People of different cast, creed and language has different shades of life . We can see and learn different lessons by looking at different forms of life. We need to just patiently look to the lives of various people from rural to urban and how they are proceeding with their daily activities for the survival. It is something we just have to look for Read more

Dear Readers, First of all happy Monsoon to all of you. and Bye Bye Summers! It is probably raining outside while you are reading our stuffs. So, the monsoon has started its ethereal influence in our dear India. The smell that it delivers just after a complete shower is the most expected ramblings, we- the Indians always long for! In every Indian houses, the house wives and mothers are busy in cooking several spicy and salty dishes for their loved ones. The delicious cuisine during any rainy season is Pakori( A typical spicy and crunchy Indian fry dish) with fresh green tea. The effect of Monsoon is so deep that people forgets the presence of hot summer days. I would Read more