29/07/2021: Pen to Print Poetry Competition 2021 | SECOND PLACE
04/10/2020: Strands International Flash Fiction Competition (SIFFC) 9 | HONOURABLE MENTION
04/03/2015: TradeNext British Indian Awards | FINALIST
The TradeNext British Indian Awards, which recognise people of Indian heritage who have successfully established businesses, have announced their much anticipated nomination list with winners being announced on 24 April 2015, at the Chateau Impney Hotel, Worcestershire.
via British Indian Awards 2015 – Events – The Asian Today Online (March 4, 2015)
Thousands of nominations came in from across the country, and the race to be crowned at this year’s awards ceremony guarantees to be an extremely tight contest.
via Celebrating the contributions of British Indians (April 18, 2015)
The Indian community, nominations for this year’s TradeNext presents the British Indian Awards in association with BDO have now closed.
via Celebrating the contributions of British Indians – Ethnic Now (April 20, 2015)
September 11, 2021: ReadFest: Your Money & Writing Bids to Get Funding | Pen to Print Events
She is joined by writer and accountant Palak Tewary, who discusses reviewing finances for writers. Along with hints and tips Palak’s insights are designed to help writers understand how their income is accounted for and taxed. This is something all professional writers, whatever their degree of success, should know!
February 01, 2011: Adidas Women’s 5K Challenge for The Stroke Association & Alzheimer’s Society – Memory Walk London | JustGiving
For those that know me, would know that walking, jogging, running is just not my cup of tea but when I came across Adidas Women’s 5K Challenge I felt compelled to do it. So I start training now for 11th September 2011 for The Stroke Association. However, when it came to choosing my charity I was town between two and couldnt choose hence a week later ie 18th Sept 2011 I am doing the Alzheimer’s Society’s Memory Walk. I would appreciate any support you can give….whether be it a donation, joining me to do the run or walk or even cheer to see me suffer on the day.
June 24, 2009: MBA students reflect on Cass China Symposium | Cass Business School
Palak Tewary, Executive MBA student, nominated Denis Ku, Partner at Egon Zehnder as her favourite speaker saying: The questions he answered about HR, people and business culture in China was very informative and relevant to anyone looking to work in the region.