Chanchal Manohar Singh's Blog
Anti-Farmer Act is testimony of ‘despotic’ rule in India

Farmers in India have been protesting fervently ever since three controversial farm bills were passed without much debate in Parliament.

Singling-out of minorities is new normal in Shah-Modis’ India

India is surely changing under the present regime Right Hindu Wing, Narendra Modi’s Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP), wherein it has become quite a normal routine for Hindutva vigilantes to use threatening and unpleasant annotations against minorities in general 

Two lakh Indian waiting aboard to be evacuated:MoE

 India to evacuate its citizens stranded abroad following sudden lockdown imposed to prevent the spread of Novel Coronavirus. After more than 40 days of lockdown, the Government has made some relief for its citizens inside the country and has decided to bring home its stranded citizen.

India and Pakistan agreement on Kartarpur corridor: A welcome step

Kartarpur Corridor is a unique link between two countries, India and Pakistan. It’s a novel example not available anywhere in the world where natives from one country will enter its neighbour country territory, without a visa and without a passport.

Dera Sirsa no more a deciding force in Haryana elections

The Dera Sacha Sauda, was once a powerful sect with its capacity to impact the victories of many political light weights to heavy weights with millions of its committed and dedicated followers in two states-Punjab and Haryana-.

Three IAS officer resigned for stripping human rights in J&K

Three Indian Administrative Services (IAS) officers, attending to their conscience call, have resigned from services, over curtailing of freedom of people of in Jammu and Kashmir (J&K), after the abrogation of Article 370.

Actress Kangana dubbed as hypocrite for wearing Kolkata saree

Actress Kangana in a peach colour saree-price just ₹600/-has baffled a many of her cratics. Some called her hypocrite, as she was carrying a hand bag worth RS 2/- lakh and also wearing high-heel sandal costing about ₹1.5 lakh.

Centuries old ties compel people to live in peace

This blog paints love , affection and warmth, rejecting day-to-day -acrimonious behaviour of two neighbours-India and Pakistan. 

Unhealthy foods popular at most of the multinational big food joints

This blog is about high fat and sugary food stuffs sold at MacDonald and many other multinational fast food joints.  The MacDonald India, is about 25 year old now. 

Rajiv Killer: Nalini in a story of love, affection and bonds of three generations

This blog is about Rajiv Gandhi’s assassin. You will find love, affection and connect of three generations whose main link is Nalini. 

Bareilly gets its icon from a song that made it famous world over

Bareilly, a not much famous city in Uttar Pradesh, to get its ‘Jhumka’, a piece of jewellery as a symbolic replica at it Parsakhera Zero point. 

Snakebite is curable, if treated well in time: experts

Today is International Snake Day. This micro blog talks about poisonous snakes and extraction of snake venom.