New Year: A time to start afresh
NEW YEAR?S Eve has always been a time for looking back to the past and more importantly forward to the year ahead. It?s a time to reflect on the changes one wishes to have. With every New Year a majority of people resolve to improve their lives.india Updated: Jan 02, 2006 13:52 IST
NEW YEAR’S Eve has always been a time for looking back to the past and more importantly forward to the year ahead. It’s a time to reflect on the changes one wishes to have. With every New Year a majority of people resolve to improve their lives.
The resolutions may be about financial and personal health or professional and personal relationship. They wish to spend more time with family and friends, enjoy life to the fullest, stick to fitness regimen, quit habits like smoking and drinking, help others and get organised.
As the New Year provides the best opportunity for retrospection and change, people get tempted to run off a list of everything they ever wanted to change. And at the close of the year end up with achieving none of them. However, sticking to resolutions is difficult as people wish to see changes being made but efforts needed to bring about those
changes become difficult with the passage of time.
Hindustan Times brings to the readers the New Year resolutions of prominent people in the City. The resolutions made by them are not for their own self but also for the betterment of humanity and in the execution of which they would not waver in the larger interest of the people.
“Shall strive to fulfil commitments towards country (by honestly paying taxes), towards my company (by improving performance), towards society (by helping the needy and aged) and my family (by keeping them happy and meeting their expectations) and will try to be a good citizen of Indore”.
Rajesh Aggarwal (SOPA president)
“To create a pride of place for country’s soybean and especially of the region on the world map. This is to be achieved without hurting the interests of the industrialists and farmers, by evolving cooperation between the two.”
PK Shukla (Bar Association president)
“Taking justice to the doorsteps of people and securing due rights for lawyers and junior advocates. Successfully holding the Association’s centenary celebrations and actively aiding in the six lecture series to be held in the City as part of the HC golden jubilee celebrations”.
CS Chaddha (DAVV V-C)
“To work conscientiously for the improvement of academic standard of the university and provide quality academic, sports and cultural platform and training to the youths.”
NS Bidwal (Prominent Socialite)
“Pray for health, happiness, peace and prosperity for one and all and may the humans reciprocate by upholding the values of brotherhood and accommodation.”
Dr Ajit Bhatt (Senior Physician diabetes and cardiology)
“I resolve to continue and persist in my actions which I honestly feel to be correct and serve humanity better through the opportunity provided by my profession”.
Sumer Singh (Principal Daly College)
‘Taking the school to greater heights of glory. Increase international participation by providing exposure to students by organising to and fro visits of member Round Conference schools”.
Adarsh Katiyar (Superintendent Police)
“Better time management on home and professional front, bringing criminals to book and to do something for property of officers/constables”.