Hello Dear readers 🙂
This is us, Thousand Miles Team completing our 8th year today. In this occasion, we want your positive criticism and unconditional love that you have always bestowed on us since our inception. We are continuously trying to bring new content that matters to you the most. We are not after just trending kinds of stuff but after all those things that make you feel refresh and provides you with best of infotainment on our website.
The Photography Team has worked hard as each photographers has came up with their own photography Gallery. Deval brings in the Gallery of ‘Street Children’, Devarshi brings in ‘ Nature and Northeast’, Bikash with his ‘Fashion Gallery’ with a bonus gallery of Bohag Bihu. I really wish you to go through all these photo galleries and give us your feedback.
This issue we interviewed five authors viz., Richa Shrivastava Mukherjee, Anamika Mishra, Tanaya Atre, Mitali Meelan and Nimish Tanna. We are extremely grateful to all the five authors who have given their precious time for our Anniversary. Novice or new writer/ authors can go through all these interviews as it will help you understand the process and journey of being a successful author.
Kindly the check ‘Timeline’ specially designed for the Anniversary Issue and once you are done with that, you can through our Anniversary content hyperlinked to the next page. We will be highly indebted to you if you let us know how you feel being a reader and viewer of Thousand Miles Online Magazine. We will wait for your comments and views.
As the Cricket World Cup is around the corner, we wish our Indian Cricket Team all the luck and best wishes. Hope you win the final at Lord’s of CWC 2019 for us again. We as a media and fan are with you as always and will cheer for every boundaries and sixer scored during the match. We pray to God for your good health and mind so this world cup could be ours this time.
We severely condemned the dastard multiple bomb blasts in St Sebastian church in Negombo, north of Colombo and hotels in Sri Lanka on 21st April 2019. Sri Lanka’s government has blamed the blasts on local Islamist group National Thowheed Jamath (NTJ). Over 200 people were killed in those blasts and many were injured. Our thoughts and prayers with the families of all the victims and injured.