Why Reading is Good For You!

The ability to read does not always spark the habit of reading. Reading requires time and most people can spare at least one hour a day to read. Anyone who reads has an advantage over a person who does not/cannot read. In order to grow a habit of reading one must develop a “why” mindset of reading – why am I reading this? It can be for the purpose of entertainment, information, study, inspiration etc. Continue reading “Why Reading is Good For You!”

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A Rule of Six

There are six things you should keep in mind while moving forward in life.

 

1. Firstly if you have to choose between time and money, choose time because it will never come back and neither can it be created. You and I both have 24 hours in a day. Continue reading “A Rule of Six”

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Health’s Kitchen is Here

Seasons are changing drastically and people are falling sick due to adverse weather conditions. Added to ill health, news of impure food items in the marketplace has created fear among the people. Living healthier and longer and experiencing enticing and tasty food at the same time is a next to impossible combination. But there is good news. iLEAD TV’s Health’s Kitchen with increasing viewers every week is a must watch for all foodies. Continue reading “Health’s Kitchen is Here”

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iLEAD’s Street Library Movement

Rated 4th best media college in India, iLEAD already hosts the city’s most sought after library after British Council, National Library and Rama Krishna Mission Library and it has now started it’s very own Street Libraries across the town. These libraries welcome you to take books home and bring them back when finished. Continue reading “iLEAD’s Street Library Movement”

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What It Takes To Make A Film Like Bapu

Tête-à-tête with iLEAD pass out student turned film director Shilajit Dey

 

One of iLEAD’s most visually brilliant films among the many churned out by iLEAD Production in the last two years is Bapu. We spoke to iLEAD pass out student and film director Shilajit Dey on the making of this film. Continue reading “What It Takes To Make A Film Like Bapu”

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