Neeraj Mahajan is a hard-core, creative and dynamic media professional with over 35 years of proven competence and 360 degree experience in print, electronic, web and mobile journalism. He is an eminent investigative journalist, out of the box thinker, and a hard-core reporter who is always hungry for facts. Neeraj has worked in all kinds of daily/weekly/broadsheet/tabloid newspapers, magazines and television channels like Star TV, BBC, Patriot, Sunday Observer, Sunday Mail, Network Magazine, Verdict, and Gfiles Magazine.
It is not easy for women to prove themselves and be treated as an equal, if not better, in a male-dominated world. Here is a list of women who defied all odds and dared to be different.
Here is a list of women who proved themselves more than equal to men and reached the topmost elected or selected posts in their respective country
Mizoram in northeast India has emerged as the biggest hub for all kinds of smuggled goods - drugs, gold and guns in South Asia.
Jan Lanksy, a Czech researcher described cryptocurrency as the currency of the future. Bitcoin was the first cryptocurrency in 2008 since then several cryptocurrencies have been created.
The anonymous nature of cryptocurrency transactions makes them ideally suited for illegal activities, like money laundering and tax evasion.
It is much more than a simple number game when it comes to deciding the PM of democratic India. Had it not been so Jawaharlal Nehru could not have overshadowed stalwarts like Sardar Patel, Subhash Chander Bose, Jayaprakash Narayan or Maulana Azad without much of support within the Indian National Congress
At least 14 Vice presidents of USA have gone on to become President. John Adams was the first vice president to become president. Now Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. the 15th Vice President is due to become the 46th president on January 20, 2021.
Eight out of 45 U.S. Presidents died while still in office without completing their full term. Four of them were assassinated while the others died due to what may today seem to be curable diseases
The Consumer Protection Act, 2019 provides for a Central Consumer Protection Authority (CCPA) as the much needed regulatory body to promote, protect and enforce the rights of consumers.
Almost 60-70 % of the army’s inventory is out-of-date and unserviceable due to lack of spares for repair, maintenance and overhaul. According to an internal audit - the Army has a critical shortage of artillery ammunition, tanks shells, fuses and spares for all types of weapons.
If the Army Chief General MM Naravane is to be believed –large main battle tanks have a limited role to play in the changing character of the 20th-century warfare. The logic behind this supposedly is that slow-moving tanks are bulky, noisy, and outdated war machines - easy to target and shoot down. The noise, smoke and dust raised by a moving tank column can alert the enemy – miles away.
According to a popular legend in many parts of the world, Ganesha married to Lord Brahma’s daughters Buddhi (“Intelligence”), Riddhi (“Prosperity”) and Siddhi (“Success”) is believed to be the God of knowledge, intelligence, accomplishment and prosperity.
India is all set to receive two wide-bodied Boeing 777-300ERs ("ER" for Extended Range) to replace the ageing - the 26-year-old fleet of Boeing 747-400s currently used to ferry the VVIPs as a part of the call sign - Air India One. Each flight of Air India One flight would have four pilots, a dedicated team of doctors and highly trained commandos to protect the President/Vice/Prime Minister on board.
A total of 1,731 -- almost five people per day died in police custody in India during 2019. According to the National Crime Record Bureau (NCRB), 1,022 deaths in police custody were reported from 2000-2016 but only 428 FIRs were filed, and just 5% policemen were finally convicted.
Though anyone who reaches the level of Secretary to Government of India is said to have reached the top, those who occupy the Defence Secretary’s position are specially ‘blessed’ and have new doors opening for them. Anyone who adorns the post is sure to go places and do well later in life…
Muhammad’s siege of Multan fort lasted over two months without any result till a traitor came out of the fort and told them how to cut off of the town’s water supply. Muhammad got such a vast amount of gold in Multan that he named it the city of gold. Multan turned out to be the last city conquered by him.
He didn’t care who won or lost the war. His evil aim was to set Hastinapur aflame. All he wanted to do was to inject poison in the minds of Pandavas and Kauravas and watch them fight each other. He wanted to take revenge for how his beloved sister Gandhari was married to a blind man
After every battle historical facts, folksongs and biographies are written to project a larger than life image of the winner while the loser or vanquished doesn’t get adequate space to justify what he did, and why? This, however, doesn’t apply to Shakuni the dramatis personae behind every act of Mahabharata -- which lasted 18 days and witnessed average 166,667 deaths per day – biggest in the history of warfare.
The liver is one of the only organ in the body that can regrow and regain its shape and size even after surgical removal or chemical injury. This notwithstanding a liver disease can harm the entire human body.
The heart is like a petrol pump that is open 24 hours a day and supplies fresh oxygenated blood (free) to various organs of the body. The heart is like a hollow, muscular organ composed of muscles and tissue and an epicenter of the circulatory system, which supplies blood and other important nutrients to keep people alive
The multi-billion rupee empire built by Subhash Chandra—the founder of Zee TV and his ancestors is on the verge of collapse. On one side, a financial tsunami emerging over the horizon is clashing with the passionate dream of a full grown adult who wants to buy the most expensive, brightest and best toys in the market but fails each time – because they do not give him adequate return on investment. This, in short, is the nail-biting climax of the story of Subhash Chandra’s life, success, and survival.