Neeraj Mahajan

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.

Latest Articles

Who do ‘they think’ is fit for promotion?

The Government is understood to be planning to change in the promotion of Armed forces on the basis of merit - leading to heart burn
President, Shri Ram Nath Kovind at the ‘At Home Reception’, on the occasion of the 72nd Republic Day Celebrations, at Rashtrapati Bhavan

Promotion based on seniority or merit – what does the Army...

The objective behind this move is to evolve a merit-based promotion policy for officers at the decision-making levels in the armed forces.

People in Afghanistan hate Taliban

The people of Afghanistan don’t like the Taliban. 80% of them are in favour of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan and democracy

Defeating diabetes: 100 years of insulin

Today, one in 11 people all over the world have diabetes. This figure is projected to rise to one in nine by 2045 if left unchecked.

Outer Space: The future battlefield

Outer space is the place where future wars will be fought. There is a possibility that future conflicts could extend into space and vice-versa
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Agni-P: a boost to India’s nuclear strike capability

India successfully flight-tested Agni-Prime a New Generation Nuclear-Capable Ballistic Missile from Dr APJ Abdul Kalam island off the Balasore coast in Odisha on June 28, 2021.

New brand of terrorism in Kashmir

Kashmir is undergoing a new phase of terrorism - much different than ever before. The situation in Kashmir is much better than it used to be.
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Will India soon be a Defence Production Hub?

In the last nearly one decade the Department of Defence Production (DDP), Ministry of Defence, Government of India has produced a wide range of defence paraphernalia through Ordnance Factories, Defence Public Sector Undertakings (DPSUs) and, licensed private sector companies
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Covid-19 Vaccines: Challenges Ahead

Vaccines are a low-cost public health tool for the prevention and control of infectious diseases. According to World Health Organization (WHO) global estimates, vaccines save 5 lives every single minute and 7,200 daily.
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Terrorism – only the wearer knows where the shoe pinches

South Asia suffered the most on account of terrorism in 2019 for the second year in a row with more lives being lost due to terrorism than anywhere else in the world.

Halal vs. Haram – the debate continues

In the meat and poultry food industry, animals such as sheep, goats, turkeys, chickens, ducks, and game birds etc, are considered halal, but they must be prepared according to Islamic laws in order for their meat to be suitable for consumption.

What does Russia gain by making Pakistan sit on its lap?

Recently Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov arrived in Islamabad (April 6-7) after spending two days (April 5-6) in New Delhi to deliver an “important” message from President Vladimir Putin. It was the first such visit by a Russian foreign minister to Pakistan in almost a decade but seemingly upset Prime Minister Narendra Modi who avoided meeting Lavrov.
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75% prisoners in Indian jails are undertrials

It is common knowledge that poor people are often at the receiving end of excesses by the law enforcement authorities. A poor person is invariable the first to be locked-up for being a thief or prime suspect in a crime. As George Bernard Shaw once said, “poverty (itself) is crime.”
Saina Nehwal

The 50 most admired women of India # 2

Gone are the days when men were expected to go off to work while women were supposed to stay at home and look after the family.

The 50 most admired women of India # 1

Every year on March 8 is celebrated as International Women's Day (IWD). It is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women.
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The women who defied all odds in a men’s world

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.
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The women who made the world dance to their tunes

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: South Asia’s biggest hub for smuggled drugs, gold and guns

Mizoram in northeast India has emerged as the biggest hub for all kinds of smuggled goods - drugs, gold and guns in South Asia.

Top 20 Cryptocurrencies you need to know about

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.

Are Cryptocurrencies the future of money?

The anonymous nature of cryptocurrency transactions makes them ideally suited for illegal activities, like money laundering and tax evasion.

Behind the scene politics and experience decide who rules as Prime...

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