Chanchal Manohar Singh's Blog
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. 

Nutritious values of Jamun fruit also control's diabetes

This micro blog is about the benefits of Jamun (black plum). It’s scientific name is: Syzygium cumins. It is also known as black plum, jambul, java plum, jamblang, these different names comes from different countries of the world. 

Kissing is a feeling of affection, warmth and love

This micro blog is all about kissing and types of kissing. As Indian have come a long way to shed inhibitions, about some many things, including kissing in full view of public. 

Actress Malaika Arora to marry her love-bird nine years younger to her

This micro blog is about Bollywood actress Malaika Arora,43, a divorcee, who will marry soon Arjun Kapoor, 34, a-9-year younger to her.

Gurdawas’ take care of visitors needs by making available scarfs and chunnis

This blog is about availability of scarfs/chunnis for covering head at the entrance of the Sikh gurdwaras. Thinking and ideas  are changing very fast in the new world. Whether you like it or not, but  things continuously change. 

Allergies cause pink rashes

This micro blog, is about allergies generated problems, many of us suffer from in our life. Allergies cause pink rashes (see pic above posted with this blog) with blisters, weeping or oozy rashes. Some rashes cause itching, pain or swear pain.

Piercing jewellry: a new fade among younger generation

This micro blog on piercing makes an  interesting study. Now a days, piercing naval, ears at many points and nostrils at more than two points, has become a fashion.

A life-size statue of Maharaja Ranjit Singh installed at Lahore Fort

 A life-size statue of Maharaja Ranjit Singh, who ruled over Punjab for about 38 years, was installed at Lahore Fort on Thursday at a simple ceremony.

Fatehpuri Masjid in Delhi is 17th century mosque

  Fatehpuri Masjid is a 17th century mosque named after the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan’s wife- Fatehpuri Begum. Built in 1650, the mosque is constructed entirely of red stone and boasts of a fluted dome and towering minarets.

SAD to launch jabar virodhi lehar against Congress

The political affairs committee (PAC) of the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) today decided to launch a ‘jabar virodhi lehar’ to raise its voice against excesses committed against Akali workers by Congressmen, even as it warned chief minister Capt Amarinder Singh not to barter away the interests of the state on the SYL canal issue under any circumstances.

KPS Gill’s Intolerance towards Media

Former Punjab police chief KPS Gill who was hailed as ‘Super Cop’ and eulogised with several other lofty appellations was highly intolerant towards the media once brought me to a confrontation with the then Punjab police chief KPS Gill. The local media in Punjab held Gill in awe, treated his utterances as sacrosanct. Gill was given a free hand and unquestioned authority by New Delhi to stamping out ‘terrorism’ from Punjab.

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