An Interview with CheckerNews.Com journal

I was asked by Atish Home Chowdhury of  the CheckerNews. Com  journal in an interview recently whether Kolkata remains as vibrant as it used to be in terms of  culture, Literature and intellectualism.  

As I started responding to the question, I realised how in my book, ‘The Chronicler of the Hooghly’, without even consciously realising it, I have actually ended up showcasing what Kolkata ( or Calcutta as it was called earlier) stands for and how and why it has become the way it is. This is yet one more evidence of how sometimes a book or a story ends up writing itself!

The other question which I had found interesting ( and also difficult!) was

to ‘suggest some tips to our young readers who often get tensed and impatient when things don’t go as per their plan.

I invite you to see the interview and responses in the direct link of the journal below:

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Author: Shakti Ghosal

* A PCC Credentialed Executive Coach mentor and trainer for leaders & performance. * A qualified engineer and a PGDM (Faculty Gold medalist) from IIM Bangalore. * Four decades of industry experience spanning Engineering, Maintenance, Projects, Consumer durables, Supply Chains, Aviation and Tourism. * Top level management positions to drive business development, strategy, alliances all around the globe. * A visiting faculty at the IIMs. *A passion to envision trends & disseminate Leadership incubation globally. , * . +91 - 9051787576

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