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Tuesday, Feb 18, 2020
Madhusheel Arora

Madhusheel Arora


Madhusheel Arora is a chief copy editor. He anchors and edits for the Chandigarh news desk of Hindustan Times.

articles by Madhusheel Arora (80 results)
Nov 21, 2019 14:31
Young and impressionable: What children read impacts generations as they grow up and pass on their learnings and, hopefully, the well-thumbed and dog-eared books, to their little ones. HT has a primer on what’s popular in children’s books read more
Sep 24, 2018 12:18
There is little private accommodation and you would come here if you wanted to meet the mayor at his official residence or visit a temple, standing here since 1812. read more
May 11, 2018 15:27
Make it special: This Mother’s Day (May 13), gift yourself financial freedom by taking stock of your money and bolster financial security for yourself and your child; meet some women who are walking the talk. read more
May 17, 2017 10:00
5-10% of 17,000-odd work-force in the city could be asked to leave over this fiscal with the US mandating that only Americans are hired by tightening visa norms read more
Mar 19, 2017 12:28
Barely two weeks after instances of fake PGI appointment letters being circulated online came to light, a similar scam is operating in the region, this time in the name of the international airport and the Amritsar airport. read more
Apr 24, 2016 10:10
Water, or the lack of it, has been grabbing headlines for the past fortnight or so with even the powerful and lucrative Indian Premier League (IPL) being directed by the Bombay high court to shift match venues to ensure the precious resource is not wasted... read more
Mar 27, 2016 13:05
There are two types of education: One teaches you how to make a living and the other how to live: American saying read more
Mar 06, 2016 10:46
What is obvious in hindsight, might be invisible in foresight,” said Edward de Bono, a UK-based thinking trainer. read more
Feb 21, 2016 09:22
The relatively high cost of money — or in other words, the interest rate — has evoked strong reactions from powerful quarters. read more
Feb 07, 2016 10:36
Psychology teaches us that people can live with anything and everything till the time they feel a sense of control over their lives. Even in the most adverse of circumstances, this emotion of being in-charge can do wonders and is perhaps responsible... read more
Jan 24, 2016 17:28
In the previous piece, I had referred to the increasing difficulty for an ordinary citizen to identify whether the medicine strip he has just bought is generic or branded as the packaging for both is almost similar, or at times, is almost a carbon copy... read more
Jan 10, 2016 09:43
Most of us who have had the misfortune of falling ill or are battling a chronic medical condition know that the healthcare cost in our country remains terribly-terribly high, mostly due to inflated cost of medicines. read more
Dec 13, 2015 10:13
Communication remains both an art and a science and there are few who can actually say what they mean and mean what they say. read more
Nov 22, 2015 10:09
LEARNING! The only real route to great riches remains the most vital skill one can have in the professional space. Yet, it is the most neglected concept in the country, especially in northern states like Punjab, my home state. read more
Oct 25, 2015 09:31
The internet economy has created several new jobs and concepts. One such concept is hacking, a profession that is only now gradually making its way to the mainstream, where people are running companies that offer solutions aimed at securing an organisation’s... read more