By Chandeep Arora: With iPods rocking our ears and mobile phones buzzing in our pockets, we think we are the young Indians. Wearing a low waist Levi’s jean with a cool ADIDAS tee, we think we are the young Indians. But unfortunately a poor boy doesn’t wear an ADIDAS tee but barely manages a shirt […]
aapna punjab

Often, here at, we have been emphasizing on the need for rural development in India. Aapna Punjab is one such Non-Governmental-Organization committed to the socio-economic development of the rural backward classes of Punjab. Our Correspondent, Chandeep Arora, got an opportunity to interview Col. GS Sandhu, the Chairman of Aapna Punjab, based out of Amritsar. […]

PAHAL is a voluntary organization promoted by like-minded educationists, doctors, legal experts, technocrats, dynamic entrepreneurs, enthusiastic students and effervescent youth to bring a perceptible change in the present social set-up. PAHAL expresses the essence of living and upholds the need to appreciate the other man’s point of view and to show consideration for fellow human […]

By Chandeep Arora: “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself – nameless, unreasoning, unjustified, terror which paralyzes needed efforts to convert retreat into advance.” — F D Roosevelt – First Inaugural Address, March 4, 1933 The Vice Chancellor of one of the most reputed Universities of India complies with an absurd demand of Aditya […]

By Chandeep Arora: United Nations Security Council is one of the principal organs of United Nations responsible for maintaining international peace and security. Currently running with 5 permanent members, China, United Kingdom, Russia, United States and France, it also consists of 10 non-permanent (non-veto) members elected for a term of 2 years. This time India, […]

By Chandeep Arora: Some of them like it in print. Some of them love it on the go. Many want it anytime while others need it every time! In a nutshell, everyone desires “INFORMATION”. The media, as a matter of fact, is the greatest source of information. According to Wikipedia, Mass media denotes a section […]
rain water harvesting

By Chandeep Arora: S Ganesh Mallya, a high school teacher cum Sunday farmer in Yedapadavu in Karnataka, has green his plot without bore wells. Using simple techniques to catch rainwater, he has managed to raise the water level in his open well and grow a bountiful farm. In another story, Aakash Ganga (AG) which is […]

By Chandeep Arora: Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) president Nitin Gadkari is positive that his party-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) will emerge as the winner in the Lok Sabha polls in 2014. That makes quite sense because the UPA II has not lived up to its mandate of 2009 and has not shown concern in issues […]

By Chandeep Arora: Killing five enemy personnel, lifting a machine gun while hit by a bullet in thigh muscle, lobbying a grenade and clearing an important army post. It is not a narration of any popular bollywood film but a real life scene enacted by Rifleman Sanjay Kumar of the 13 JAK Rif in “Operation […]
lalu & nitish

By Chandeep Arora: Despite of the fact that most of the IITians and IAS officers belong to Bihar, it has been one of the poorest and most backward states of India. The inference is quite straight; Bihar does have the right amount of talent but not the right amount of resources. The state also did […]
second hand cars

By Chandeep Arora: A second hand car is always a good option if you are a rookie and have just learnt driving. In this way you can test your hand and gain confidence before trying on a new car. Also, less capital investment and affordance of luxury models in reasonable price makes used car a […]

By Chandeep Arora: When was the last time you found space between your work and life? When was the last time you took a leisurely walk on the calm beach? When was the last time you had a cup of coffee with a stranger? If this was a long time ago, you are suffering from […]

By Chandeep Arora: “This is my simple religion. There is no need for temples; no need for complicated philosophy. Our own brain, our own heart is our temple; the philosophy is kindness” — Dalai Lama Call him Ram or call him Allah, it makes no difference. Erect a temple on every corner or hang a […]

By Chandeep Arora: Encrusted in cheap rouge, clad in loose fitting sari and clapping their hands indistinctly, they roam about the street scaring people and earning money out of their fear. These are not average beggars on the lane. They speak loudly in strong male voices and tease the passersby some who will part some […]

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