Saturday, May 21, 2011

What does Real beauty means to ME.

Ever passed with my friends on street and when a good looking girl passes by.. I almost receive comments from my friends..  "She is beautiful. What say?" My strange response goes like this " it seems so, but i am not sure"

Physical beauty do matters and has impact on almost everyone but it is not everything though.

Friday, April 22, 2011

Earth Day - A Few small steps for a big change.

Earth Day is an annual event celebrated across the Globe on April 22 to remind us of our responsibilities towards sustainable development.

On this Earth day let us pledge to make our efforts to save the earth. If every one of us does our bit we will have a much better and greener world.

Here are a few things we can work upon to protect our mother earth.
1. Organic Roof Garden

Organic Rooftop garden not only beautifies our home but also grows flowers, fruits, and vegetables. It also gives us breaths (Oxygen). Its a great way to be environment-friendly and be carbon neutral. It also keeps our home temperature lower naturally as it prevents direct heating from sunlight, hence reducing the usage of air condition/fans and saving on electricity bills. 

By doing organic farming through organic rooftop we get a feeling of living close to nature amidst city life. Organic food is very healthy compared to food available in the markets which are usually cultivated using pesticides, germicides etc. By not consuming unhealthy food, organic farming on rooftop keeps us healthy and fit and keeps diseases like cancer at bay. 

Thus it's beautiful and good for nature and us.

2. Adapting Electric Vehicles

Drive an eVehicle like eCar, eBikes. 

This will both save your pockets and reduce pollution from environment. Also for other vehicles drive your vehicle in Economy range, Stop the fuel engine when waiting for long at traffic signals. This will save fuel up to 20%. It will save your pocket and environment too..!

Sunday, March 27, 2011

Reservation Policy of India makes me rethink, Is India a Secular Country ?

Hello all..!

Today I am going to give my personal opinion on Reservation Policy of India. (Please take some time to give your opinion on this issue, you will get the link to Facebook Questions at the end of the post.)

If you are an Indian, you must have read in class 7th in Social Studies, that India is a Secular Country.

And if you are not then too You must have heard of it.

In a Secular Country it is expected that every citizen gets equal rights.

Our country claims that it is a secular country but when I try to think the other way then sorry I don't think the same.

I am going to give you an example.

You are in class 12th (higher secondary education). You are too good in studies  and eager to become a doctor.

And you have a friend who is also a classmate of yours, who is an average or below average in studies. You both have many things in common.

You are best friends.

You both have your own owned house, you both are neighbors. You both have got equal respect and other things in life.

And when exam results comes you scored 92% marks, and your friend just 51% marks.

And You do not get admission in Medical college even at self financed college and your friend gets admission in Medical college that too at Government financed.

Thanks to the Reservation Policy of India, that did a great justice to your hardwork.

The only difference between you and your friend was that he belonged to a reserved caste like ST (Social Tribe).

Your dream is churned out and the one who didn't have thought to be a doctor just becomes a doctor because he got admission.

Is this a justice ? Will you still think the same ? Is India a Secular Country ??

Every day thousands of millions of dreams are churned away by this reservation system of our country.

Many undeserving candidates enjoy the benefits at the same time.

I always wonder what these doctors and engineers who are not that qualified will give to our society.

They might even take life's of people as they do not qualify to the dignity honored.

Think a student who somehow passes the exams becomes a civil engineer because he belongs to certain reserved caste, followed by he gets a job in government as construction engineer again because he belongs to certain caste.

He never studied hard because he was assured that he has pool of opportunities as he will get out as reserved candidate.

He has insufficient knowledge. And then he gets a job and then he works on major projects.

This Engineer will construct bridges, airports, grounds like Commonwealth games, Who knows he may also construct a Nuclear power station. I fear these are bound to have some problems or errors. This may kill masses.

I am not sure where this reservation policy will lead us. 

Ohhh the other side, what about the open caste students, job seekers ?

To be a good doctor, engineer from a reputed institute becomes too hard or just a dream. Getting a government job is next to impossible to them. Thanks to our Great Reservation Policy.

There are many many people who belong to open castes, who are very poor. Who do not get right education, right job. At the same time there are many many people from other castes, Who are rich, have everything in there life, they are no more socially out-casted. Still they eat up these poor open castes candidates seats. Though open caste candidate may have scored higher, though they are more talented, though they are comparatively poor and have faced more social concerns then these reserved castes. The reserved caste candidates get that seat which the other guy actually deserves.

After Independence the social status of reserved castes is increased, there is no more discriminations between people based on castes in most of states of India.

But still we have this Reservation policy, which indeed is creating discrimination.

So this is high time we need to revise this  Non-secular reservation policy.

Today's Reservation Policy secures above 50% of seats to the candidates from SC, ST, And other backward castes (OBC) which is even against the Mondal Commissions suggestion that Reservation should not be above 50%, And this reservation policy was framed by Mondal Commission only. Also the government itself is confused with the term, "OBC" (Other Backward Castes)

I am in an opinion that this caste based Reservation policy should be taken back to its fullest.

And there should be no reservation policy. 

This will give equal justice, rights to all the people.

Let there be a healthy competition, may the best win.

Let there be no reservation, Let there be no discriminations.

This will make India a truly SECULAR country.

And then Every Indian will be truly proud of being an INDIAN.

HELLO..! I am Asking a Question on Facebook "Questions".

Please provide your valuable opinion by CLICKING HERE.

Jai Hind.

Best Regards,
Navneet Singh Chauhan.

Sunday, February 6, 2011

ICC Cricket world cup 2011 Unofficial Song.

Hello Guys and Girls, and all the passionate crazy people...!

This is the universal cricketing song, which i have written, its not for one cricketing team, its for all.

Love, Passion, Admire, Spirit, Determination its not one, but all, its Cricket.
When it comes to the world cup, its the biggest event in history,
all teams playing together to achieve one trophy.
Its World Cup.

It takes years of dedication to be the part of cricketing squad appearing for world cup.

And this song is dedicated to every cricketer, every team, with the spirit of universal win.

And here it goes..!

Saturday, January 22, 2011

March Against Corruption to inact JANLOKPAL.

Dear All.

We are facing extensive corruptions in our country and here is a ray of hope for all of us.

Kindly go through the article and be part of this Change Movement.

This 30th January 2011, Lakhs of people will take to streets of India to demand effective anti‐corruption law. Aravind Kejriwal, J M Lyngdoh, Swami Agnivesh, Kiran Bedi, Anna Hazare, Prashant Bhushan, Vincent M Concessao Archbishop of Delhi and others will march from Ramlila Grounds to Jantar Mantar on 30th January, the day Mahatma Gandhi was assassinated, at 1 pm to demand enactment of a law to set up an effective anti‐corruption body called Lokpal at the Centre and Lokayukta in each state (the existing Lokayukta Acts are weak and ineffective).

 How will the Lokpal Bill drafted by citizens help curb corruption?

Saturday, January 8, 2011

"I Remember" - My Latest Love Poem

Warm Hello, to all my dear Readers.

Today I am sharing a love poem which I wrote day before yesterday.

I have titled it as "I Remember" and this poem is of a boy, who is missing his girl badly .

And here it goes.

Saturday, December 25, 2010

Shree Atal Bihari Vajpayee..! - My Political Role Model.

Today is the Birthday of my political Role model, and so I dedicate this post to the great soul, "Shree Atal Bihari Vajpayee".

Born on 25th December 1924, Atal Bihari Vajpayee had contributed a lot to India's Progress.

He has given Indian Politics a new Face, He was one of the most key person of founding team of BJP (Bhartiya Janta Party).

Atal Bihari vajpayee-ji remained Prime Minister of India  from 1996-2004. Apart from being political hero he is one of the greatest writer born on Indian Soil.

I love him both as a political leader and a writer.