Letters

India today letter

Last updated on April 29, 2019 L for Letters: The Letters To The Editor One of my #letters published in India Today weekly with a highlight from my letter Letters and letter writing is disappearing at this age! In fact, it’s almost disappeared from the scene! It’s a fact that a few years back we all used to send letters to our near and dear through postcards or inland letters

The Sunday Indian Weekly

Last updated on August 3, 2018 A Review on a unique weekly called “The Sunday Indian” The Sunday Indian. A Weekly in 14 Languages By the publication of 14 different languages, this media group obtained a distinctive position of the world’s first publication comes out every week in 14 different languages.   Content. A UNIQUE WEEKLY FROM INDIA’S CAPITAL TSI’S EDITORIAL A MUCH TALKED ABOUT SUBJECT IN INDIAN MEDIA TSI’S

Prize letter, feedback, letters

Some of my write-ups posted to different newspapers and weeklies (published and unpublished) Some could fetch some prize awards. Last updated on August 2, 2018.  FOLLOW SUIT: A Write-up published in the Sunday Indian Weekly To Read it in the original size please click on the image FOLLOW SUIT Sir, Your Independence Day Special Issue (August 15-21) made our week. The unsung heroes you brought out through TSI’s pages were

Slips! Slips! Slips! Rejection Slips! Rejection Slips! Don't Worry! Don't Give up!!! A Note About The Sunday Indian Weekly - A Magazine In14 Indian Languages

 My Seventh and Last Entry (for Sunday)   In a Series of 7 for “7 Day Blogging Challenge for bloggers” from Jenson Taylor  Rejection Slip! Rejection Slip! Rejection Slip! Don’t Worry! Don’t Give up A Cover page of  The Weekly Magazine The Sunday Indian   Rejection Slips, Don’t Worry, Don’t Give up Yes, “Don’t Give Up”  rejection slip is the success mantra or Secret for any upcoming writers.  These slips are part and parcel of

A Letter to the Reader's Digest Editor and his reply

Busy editors especially the print media editors never care to send a reply to an ordinary reader’s letter.   This was my assumption all these years.  But here is an exception to that thought.   To my surprise, the other day I received a prompt reply from a world famous editor of Readers Digest. This is indeed an amazing thing to me, a very busy person took the time to reply to