About Chakresh

Chakresh Singh CSE B.Tech 2010, ISM Dhanbad.


By |October 6th, 2013|

…and mile to go before I sleep College life for any ISMite is similar and a bit boring atleast in one respect, we all find ourselves in an institution which is truly male dominant and at a place which is not the best of the places in India to spend one’s youthful days. Nevertheless, the […]

A Dream

By |September 30th, 2013|

Closing eyes and rattling doors
at midnight – the devil roars
minds of thoughts’n ideas’n colors
albatraoses across necks of story tellers
the world of ecstasy ‘n haze ‘n smoke
arms raised high ‘n the dance floor broke
zazz ‘n rock ‘n metal ‘n folk
banging heads marijuana ‘n coke
young men fighting for the drugs […]

Dusk ..continued

By |September 26th, 2013|

(All of a sudden there was a desire to know the day and date. I started to think:

Sunday: spent at friends place.

 Monday: Met the doctor and then came to Jaipur

Tuesday morning I was robbed and by the evening I was at the hospital

It must be Wednesday evening I thought)




All the time I was on […]


By |September 26th, 2013|

A month later:

My mother came with me to Ranikhet. We stayed at PWD’s guesthouse. There was nothing to worry about. I had the money I had saved so far and all the time of the universe for me. I felt infinite. Each second was like millennia. I knew i had no work to do and […]

Do you Know Whatsup With Indian Economy?

By |September 20th, 2013|

(the article is intended to bring ISMites to bigger national debates )


The relentless fall of rupee, high inflation, loss of purchasing power of rupee, poor GDP growth, growing unemployment and high CAD are urgent economic concerns of India today, which many economists argue is faced by most of the developing countries today.

Several commissions and advisory […]

Dusk (a short Novel)

By |September 16th, 2013|

by Chakresh Singh


Still contemplating over the last night’s dreadful dream of fundamentalists wrecking the secular identity of my nation overnight, I slowly walked towards the balcony. Like every morning, the news paper was laying there – rolled up with the help of rubber band. Since the time I have moved to my new flat, […]

The F Word – Thy Savior

By |September 13th, 2013|

Beyond small cities away from home
life in ISM passes on google chrome
not much to learn from technical books
read the life sinking in ethanol brooks
without a girl on red campus so far
learn to sing n’ play guitar…
O’ one poor soul so many classes..
exams approach n’ semester passes..
whenever abused […]