Kiran Bedi Kiran Bedi, the first woman police officer of the Indian Police Services was born in 1949 in a Punjabi family of Amritsar. She completed her college education at government degree college Amritsar. In the era when Kiran Bedi completed...

New Year-New hopes but no resolutions  I have been reading that people often consider the month of January as self-improvement and the process begins a fortnight before the month of January actually comes. Fact is people try to re-invent...

We must change ourselves- Not others

Change yourself to succeed  I started with the idea when I found that being a cleanliness freak was giving me lot of trouble. I was unable to cop up with slightest of dust particles in my living area and office, I wanted everything clean, and...

Live and let live There is a very famous saying “Live and let live” – everyone knows about it and to be frank there is nothing wrong in that. It only says that one must not create problems for others but live his life happily and at the same time,...

Do We Need Role Models In The Cyber Age ?

Why do we need role models? Who do we look up to ? There was a time many years ago when youngsters and students looked upto people who made a name for themselves in either educational fields, arts or were great leaders or singers or even great...

Might is right – I saw with my own eyes

I had heard many times and read at various places that might is right. I did not really know the meaning when I saw a practical example of the same. The example is my very own personal experience. It goes something like this: One of the most...

Gifts, freebies and votebank poliics

Introduction: Many a times, it is essential to advocate many welfare measures in order to attract girls to return to school for education as it is principal part of life as the better gender needs to be educated more so that all the conventional...

Men and their so-called cruelty   We can notice that the deteriorating condition of women in India is perhaps the most talked about subject in political, literary and social circles these days. Anyone worth his name is painting such a...

His wife’s wife

Introduction: With the advent of multi-national companies (MNCs) into the Indian soil and more and more sectors opening up to private players, opportunities for our young and dashing professionally and technically trained young people have...

on neglecting aged

Introduction: In the recent years, we have come across thousands of old age homes across the country mainly isolated in nature established by philanthropists, non-governmental organizations and by landlords. While the philanthropists and...

My memories and me I am good at recognizing voices over the phone but my memory does not cooperate with me in recalling names if I have not met a person for sometime. It makes big difference when people give me a smile in public places or even...

Rural development and poverty alleviation

Introduction: Anyone performing a dual or multiple tasks at one stroke is considered as an able and competent individual worthy of emulation. The Holy Ramayana and the epic Mahabharata are replete with examples of chivalry of a single individual...

Ill-got and ill-spent

Introduction: Drinking has become a fashion and a mark of aristocracy now-a-days in parties, celebrations, picnics, feasts and in marriage-occasions and anybody not arranging it on such occasions is derided upon as an outdated, out-modeled man....

Tears & Smiles Make The Music Of Life

Life is a mingled yarn of good and bad both. The warp and wool of fabric of life is made up of tears and smiles together things shine through contrast. They become dull through monotonous similarity. Its is perhaps, the tears and trials of life...

Food security necessity

Introduction: In the course of corruption and sky rocketing rise of prices of essential commodities in government of the day, promulgates long awaited food security ordinance. The government is unable to stop stiff price hike of essential...

Man - Greed - Power and poor society

Consequences of corruption can be destructive Corruption and carelessness are directly responsible for heavy tolls on public life and property, which is evident from the recent happenings in Uttrakhand where massive destruction took place and...

Your neighbors and your relations

Your Neighbors The old saying goes that your neighbor shares and supports you during your difficult or times when you need someone most. It’s a common fact that the relations are different what these used to be until few decades back but the...

Greed Makes the Mighty Fall

Greed is defined by Wikipedia as the inordinate desire to possess wealth,goods or objects of abstract value with the intention to keep it for one's self, far beyond the dictates of basic survival and comfort. It is applied to a markedly high desire...

Developing Emotional Intelligence

One wonders whether this concept took its birth specifically because of the modern day trend where people are only bothered about themselves and don’t give a damn about what others are doing or was it given due importance because we have progressed...

Emotional Intelligence A young author and novelist Jess C Scott says - “When our emotional health is in a bad state, so is our level of self-esteem. We have to slow down and deal with what is troubling us, so that we can enjoy the simple joy of...

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