Winner of Women Entrepreneur Award — KEEKLI An Ode To Innocence
Keekli — www.keekli.in — won Rs. 50,000/- Cash Award for Encouragement in Best Women Entrepreneur Category during an award ceremony held by the Viridian Group, on 7th July, 2015, in Ahmedabad.
This Month in History
A well-composed book is a magic carpet on which we are wafted to a world that we cannot enter in any other way. S/he must go after it with a club and hence today we are proud to present to you Keekli Book Club for children. For a nominal one time registration fee of Rs 200/- join our Book Club. Meet, Interact and Discuss all about the fascinating world of BOOKS with our patron Minakshi Chaudhary, noted celebrity writer of “Ghost Stories of Shimla Hills” and many more.
Launch of KEEKLI Monthly Bilingual Newspaper on 31st July, 2015 by Rani (Smt) Pratibha Singh
The coverage of Children activities is wonderful. I am able to see my group activity on the website after a long time It is very exciting .. Please keep it on . My good wishes to Keekli team
Bhupender SharmaSecy. SAMANVYA
I must thank KEEKLI who appreciate my story and look into my career as in shooting how far it to be gone .This kind of article will alive others beginner shooter to do much more to themselves for there state and to there nation Thank you again Ms Ritanjli mam who gives me a special time to create story thanks Deepak Sir who always appreciated The management of Shemrock Smart Kids is grateful to Keekli for this wonderful coverage. Colourful Janamashtmi Celebrations
Guneet kaurShemrock Smart Kids, Principal
Thanks a lot for capturing the moments n making them memorable as they are n always would b for all of us. N wanna mention here that this magazine is really a very good initiative…… A Trip Down the Lane — Old St. Thomasians Meet
Dear Ms Vandana, I am a retired editorial professional having worked at Macmillan, Wiley, Frank Bros, DK, Pearson and Vikas. I am a fairly recent member of this group [email protected] My name is Sudhanshu Gupta. During my regular days I have been known for my fastidiousness and being a hard taskmaster. Seeing appreciation of your magazine Keekli, I got interested in it and opened your attachment this time. I must congratulate you for the impressive work produced by you. Normally, in such ventures the level of English language is not taken so seriously, but your magazine seems to be attentive to this. On a quick look I find the layout, colours and choice of fonts are also impressive. Only the stories which are in reverse type are somewhat unreadable, at least in this e-version. To improve readability here I can’t help suggesting to you to either use reverse white instead of yellow and/or use bold or some sans serif font such as Helvetica, Univers or Arial. Also, in the credit box at the end of the last page, move the last word of the 2nd line to the next line. This is an unsolicited suggestion. If you feel I have trespassed into your personal zone please let me know so that I may retract. Regards and best of luck to you and your ventures!