Shashikant Nishant Sharma

(03 September,1988 / Sonepur, Saran, Bihar, India)

A Great Time To Sahara Time


Between magazine and newspaper
That has balance proper
And can stand the test of time
It is noting and none
But our Sahara time
Read it regularly for year one
Among the weeklies aweekly
Which speaks not truth
But whole truth
It is the Sahara Time
Which give values to Indian values
To great heritages, little clues
To make life sublime
It teaches value of time
I wish it a great time

Submitted: Friday, June 01, 2012
Edited: Saturday, June 02, 2012

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Sahara Time is an English weekly magazine of country's leading Media house Sahara India Mass Communication, a media venture of Sahara India Group.
Sahara Time started as a weekly broadsheet newspaper in year 2003. It got a New look in year 2008, when it started coming in the form of regular weekly Magazine. Sahara time covers the issues related to the national, International affairs, political, socio-economic, sports, business, Entertainment, gender and human rights related issues. We insure that Creative and good journalism is done while dealing with the issues related to the interest of our reader and the nation

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