WeTravelSolo offers exclusive trips for Christmas and New Year

No plans for New Year break yet? No company either? Or Same Plans as last year, trying an entry in the best pub with same friends. Instead of complaining and following monotonous party routine as last year, you can escape the dullness and enjoy the exciting party trips with WeTravelSolo. A Real Life Social Networking Platform is offering exclusive trips to astounding destination this Christmas and New Year.


Christmas and New Year could be really boring for solos by having a lesser option to go out or being a couch potato, reading a book, watching TV shows till the clock strikes 12. WeTravelSolo brings all solo’s at one platform and let them meet likeminded people and makes friends for lifetime at amazing destinations to enjoy the spirit of festive season. The company is offering different trips to party hard at amazing destinations like:

  • Thrilling and adventurous trip to Rishikesh.
  • Chill and thrills on the go in Auli.
  • Pamper yourself in the royal way at Jaisalmer.
  • All night barbeque and music in Kasol.
  • Forest Hikes, Partying and Camping by River Side in Mc leodganj

Commenting on the same Shefali Walia, Founder & Chief Traveler – WeTravelSolo stated “We want to bring out star in every individual by offering them the right opportunity to meet the likeminded people and create a memory which they cherish for lifetime. This New Year, we aim at bringing amazing new peeps in your life at out of the world places! Take an epic Road Trip to grand New Year weekend getaways and ditch your friends, This New Year Eve! Take a Journey with coed group of strangers. WeTravelSolo is pioneering in making different and exciting trips. Think beyond Clubbing! Break Free From the Monotony of Eat-Sleep-Work-Repeat Routine! Take The Journey of a Lifetime! Relive your Teens; Reminiscing those College Days When a Few Strangers end Up Being Your Friends, BFFs, Mentors or Hangout Buddies!”

Wetravelsolo clubs solo travelers together who loves to go on different and interesting events and are looking for amazing company. Wetravelsolo gives wings to their interest by helping them take an amazing experience to their favorite festival and event with likeminded folks. Wetravelsolo has previously partnered with Himalyan Music Festival, Parvati Peaking Festival, Pushkar Festival etc. With every inhibition people fight to take a step forward towards their first solo trip and a whole new world of friendships, WeTravelSolo makes sure that every experience is a star experience with individual in the center.


Sahil Khattar –Digital Entertainer In The All New Season of TIMC Show

The Indian Movie Channel comes up with the brand new episode of TIMC show featuring the most sensational YouTube star Sahil Khattar. Being successful at age of just 17 as a radio jockey, content writer at a later age and becoming man of the digital entertainment, watch Sahil Khattar chattering in his wittiest style about his perilous yet amazing journey of life with talented hosts of the show.

The Indian Movie Channel (TIMC) is an online destination which brings you all the entertainment News, Bollywood Celebrities, Trailers, scoops and much more which you can enjoy watching. TIMC Show Season 2 begins with an all new set, all new content, new stars and all new entertainment as well. Watch the first episode with Sahil Khattar and we promise a laughter riot.

With always keeping people entertained with good relatable and humorous content with broadcasting new video’s for people at every week the renown face of “Being Indian”, Sahil Khattar with his charm and energy keeps you entertained in the new episode of TIMC show .

Watch Sahil Khattar’s uninhibited conversations and candid confessions: http://www.theindianmoviechannel.com/timc-show/interview-with-the-youtube-sensation-sahil-khattar/

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World Brotherhood Day Will Be Celebrated on December 18th

World Brotherhood Organization (WBO) will mark its Annual World Brotherhood Day on December 18th. As an international, voluntary, non-profit, non-political social organization, WBO is making a qualitative difference to the society since its foundation in 1999. By reawakening the spirit of solidarity and brotherhood on the basis of humanity, WBO propagates peace, progressiveness and better coordination between individuals and societies. Their work positively impacts people from all walks and spheres of life, irrespective of caste, creed or religion.


The Annual Day Celebrations on December 18th will be graced by the presence of many dignitaries including, Mrs. Meenakshi Lekhi, MP from New Delhi, Mr. Udit Raj, MP from North West Delhi and Mr. Joginder Singh, Ex CBI Director. As this event also marks the celebration of Christmas and New Year, several Ambassadors, High Commissioners, renowned singers and artists shall also grace the occasion with their presence. The Annual World Brotherhood Day is marked every year on the Sunday preceding Christmas.


This year WBO is also initiating The WBO Rattan Awards for people who made outstanding contributions in their respective fields in 2016. The list of awardees includes, Dr. D.S. Rana, Kidney Specialist and Chairman, Sir Gangaram Hospital; Mr. Abhinav Bindra, World Champion & Olympic Gold Medalist, Mr. Mahashya Dharampal Gulati, Founder, MDH Spices and Mr. Kuldeep Singh Channa, Social Worker for upgrading and managing cremation grounds as well as in other fields.


Mr. SS Marwah, Hony. Secretary General, WBO shares his gratification resolve for the future, “We seek to provide a common platform to people of diverse backgrounds. We urge them to come forth and work for the betterment of the society as a unit and foster brotherhood, harmony and unity among all religions and communities as we look forward to working towards a better and brighter tomorrow, effused with the light of hope and peace. A Very Happy 2017 to all!” WBO aspires to foster ‘Sarva Dharma-Sambhava’, which translates to respecting the equality of all religions and developing mutual respect for all and to step aside from the narrow, parochial and communal or religious overtones which unfortunately are plaguing society today.


The Annual Day Celebrations at Marwah Farm, New Delhi will commence at 11 AM with a painting competition for children up to 12 years, followed by a fancy dress competition for children up to 6 years and several dance and cultural programs. The felicitation of awardees will be preceded by lunch. The event will culminate with a lucky draw competition with lots of prizes to be won.

CNBC-TV18 urges you to donate Rs. 23 a day towards educating a child

CNBC-TV18, India’s first business channel is championing an important cause of education for underprivileged children in India. Known for its insightful analysis, inclusiveness and authenticity, CNBC-TV18 is bringing in yet another revolution by taking up this cause in association with a Mumbai based NGO Angel Xpress Foundation. The channel is lending support to a month-long campaign, which intends to provide underprivileged children with quality education as a part of their CSR initiatives, by helping them raise funds and influence more people to volunteer to give their time to teach these kids. The initiative, being termed as ‘Ummeed ka Diya’, will be running for over a month till December.


As an entity that believes in proactively building meaningful awareness and spreading positivity through its actions, CNBC-TV18 has joined hands with Angel Xpress Foundation, an NGO that provides educational support to underprivileged kids through regular access to educated adults. The channel is encouraging its viewers to partake in this campaign by either volunteering their time for 2-3 hours at the NGO’s free tuition classes or by donating a nominal sum of only Rs. 23 a day. The free tuition classes give the underprivileged children an opportunity to understand their respective syllabi better, and face challenges with confidence. This also gives citizens an opportunity to do their bit in community building and being agents of change.

CNBC-TV18 is requesting viewers to do their bit so that children can light up their lives this festive season through ‘Ummeed ka Diya’, translating to lamp of hope. Commenting on the campaign Priyanka Tiku-Tripathi, VP – Marketing, CNBC-TV18 says, ‘Today’s children will make up tomorrow’s society and to attain sustainable growth, it is important to equip them with good education. Unfortunately, a large segment of our society still can’t afford to have that. #UmmeedkaDiya is our effort to provide a genuine platform to our viewers to give back to the society and do their bit in empowering a child’s life.


Education is considered a birthright in our country and despite innumerable policies in place; we are not maximizing our potential when it comes to providing basic learning platforms for a large section of society. Through this collaboration, CNBC-TV18 and Angel Xpress Foundation can create a vast impact since the channel reaches out to lakhs of viewers from all walks of life. The ongoing campaign will continue till the month of December.

Second Edition of the Food for Thought Fest comes back to the capital this December

The Second Edition of the Food for Thought Fest comes back to the capital this December, celebrating the diverse culinary heritage of the South Asian region. The festival comes to Delhi on the 23rd and 24th of December, 2016, and will be held at the Taj Palace Hotel, Sardar Patel Marg,Diplomatic Enclave, New Delhi.  A special one of a kind initiative that focuses on the common heritage and history of the South Asian region, as well as the unique influences that are a part of it, it has set a benchmark as the forum for conversations, cuisines and the exchange of ideas and philosophies. The participating countries will include India, Bhutan, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Nepal.

The 2016 edition of the Food for Thought Fest brings in exciting components that make this a truly unique event. There will be talks and discussions around culture and cuisine in the “Thought Fest”, while the “Food Fest” will be offering cookery workshops with master chefs of the region and an authentic flavour from the participating countries, which will have food stalls from some of the most superlative restaurants  from the South Asian region.. The brand new element in the “Fun Fest” this year will be a “Gastronomy Bazaar”,  in the Rani Bagh  lawns of the Taj Palace Hotel.

The Food for Thought Fest was conceived as a convergence ideas and dialogues around gastronomy, in the process enabling an atmosphere of South Asian commonality through culinary and cultural diversity. In its first edition, the Food For Thought Fest set a benchmark with an engaging selection of panellists, chefs and experts. This year too, the festival will continue to engage renowned culinary giants from across the South Asian region.

The Thought Fest will be a presentation of papers and talks, interviews and panel discussions by scholars, journalists and professionals on various topics on gastronomy. Some of the names to look forward to are Ms Ramika Ahmad, Afghanistan;  Mr Saman Nayanananda, Sri Lanka; Mr Bharat Basnet, Nepal; Ms Nahid Osman and Chef Tony Khan, Bangladesh; Ms. Yangki Tshering, Bhutan; Yuvraj Manvendra Singh Gohil Rajpipla; Yuvrani Chitrangadha Raje Singh Kashmir and Maharaja Pradyot Manikya Deb Burman Tripura. 

The Food Fest has two components, on the one hand it will bring demonstration of culinary techniques and traditions from the region, It will have cookery demos by luminaries in the culinary industry and the biggest names on Indian television, with the likes of Chef Kunal Kapoor, Chef Abhijit Saha, Chef Aditya Bal, Chef Vicky Ratnani, Chef Amrita Raichand, Chef Gautam Mehrishi, Chef Manish Mehrotra and Chef Saransh Goila among others. And on the other hand, The Food Fest will present the authentic flavor from participating south asian countries with brands like Spice Hut Restaurant, Dhaka, Bangladesh; Cafe De Partex, Dhaka, Bangladesh; Serena Hotel, Kabul, Afghanistan; Bhojan Griha, Kathmandu, Nepal and Zasa Restaurant, Thimpu, Bhutan; Mount Lavina, Colombo, Sri Lanka.

This year Thought Fest will also witness some prominent speakers, like Rocky Mohan, Author; Mala Barua, writers, Soity Banerjee & Avantika Bhuiyan; Nitya Mehra – Bollywood Director (Bar Bar Dekho), Suresh Hinduja – Editor Times Food Guide Bangalore; Chef Manjit S Gill- Corporate Chef ITC Hotels; Seema Chandra – Food Editor NDTV; Kishore Singh- Author, Journalist and President DAG Modern; Virendra Sehwag- Cricket legend and Suchita Salwan – Founder Little Black Book.

RIVER MONSTERS on Discovery TV Channel

Man-sized piranhas, fish that electrocute, nine-foot river sharks (yes, river sharks) … take a deep dive with Jeremy Wade and bring out these outlandish creatures to your living room weekdays at 8 PM.  The world’s greatest angling explorer takes Discovery viewers where no wildlife program has gone before, revealing the creatures that lurk in the murky depths of our planet’s inland waterways. RIVER MONSTERS Monday to Friday at 8 PM on Discovery.


Jeremy grew up in southeast England on the banks of the Suffolk Stour, where his fascination with the underwater world and the desire to see “what’s around the next bend” began. His first overseas trip was to the mountain-rivers of India in 1982, and since then, he has increasingly spent his time tracking down large and little-known fish in rivers around the world – particularly in the Congo and the Amazon rainforests.  Over the last thirty years, Jeremy has travelled extensively to India in search of elusive fish in Kali (Brahmaputra), Kauvery and other iconic rivers.  At the Kali River, he found a little-known catfish species that can grow to a large size – the Goonch or Giant Devil Catfish.  His search continued to find the rare fish, a Golden Mahseer.


In the new episodes of River Monsters airing this December, the journey will continue with Jeremy visiting India in search of Goonch and Mahseer. He also tries fly fishing that takes a lot of practice to get right. Will he be able to compare it to catches of his past?  Jeremy heads to Southeast Asia in search of the mythological sea serpent. But will his freshwater knowledge be enough to tackle this monster of the deep?  He embarks on an epic mission to reveal the real creature behind the world’s most famous river monster; the Loch Ness Monster. But what will he uncover? Further in Africa’s Rift Valley, rife with killer crocs, hippos and warring gangs, he dives deep for a worthy prize: the Mputa Nile perch.  In Papua New Guinea rumours of flesh-eating pacu are haunting locals. How dangerous is this fish and has it really developed a taste for parts of the male anatomy?  In the Congo River lurks a super predator. Fast and ferocious, this killing machine has even snatched a local child. Can Jeremy catch this notorious fish?


This December, viewers can join biology teacher and angler turned explorer Jeremy Wade, for an evening of mystery, mayhem and monster wrangling, only on Discovery.

Indraprasth Sanjeevni NGO in association with Ministry of Urban Development launches a new initiative under Swachh Bharat Mission

Indraprasth Sanjeevni NGO in association with The Ministry of Urban Development has launched a new initiative today under the Swachh Bharat Mission. As part of the initiative, households and residential colonies in various parts of Delhi will display a  ‘SwachhaGrahi’ nameplate outside their houses. The purpose of displaying the nameplate is to reinforce the message of keeping one’s house and surroundings clean amongst the residents of India and in the process encourage the citizens to contribute towards cleanliness and green environment.

NGO Indraprasth Sanjeevni based in New Delhi will be providing the nameplate free of cost to various residential colonies in Delhi and work closely with RWAs under this initiative. The NGO will be starting this campaign from Karol Bagh on 25th December 2016 on the Birthday Anniversary of Bharat Ratan Shri.Atal Bihari Vajpayee (Former P.M.of India).

Speaking at the occasion, Shri Praveen Prakash, Joint Secretary MoUD and Mission Director, SBM (Urban) said, “I want to thank NGO Indraprasth Sanjeevni, Daler Mehendi for this initiative and for spreading the message of Swachh Bharat. We hope this will encourage more citizens to be a part of the Swachh Bharat Mission.”

Mr. Sanjeev Arora, Chairman Indraprasth Sanjeevni NGO said ‘Swachh Bharat mission is a mass movement and will be fulfilled with individual participation. With this initiative, we will work with various residential societies, RWAs including households in middle and lower middle class homes and encourage people to display the nameplate and become a ‘SwachhaGrahi.”

Promoting the initiative, Daler Mehndi, Pop singer, music composer, songwriter said“I am happy to be associated with the Swacch Bharat mission. As an ambassador I  hope to encourage my followers to imbibe the spirit of a Clean India ,motivate them to become Swachha Grahi and join hands on-ground to participate in mission activities.”


The Swachh Bharat Mission, which aims to make India open defecation free, has now become a mass movement among civil societies and individuals, towards promoting use of toilet and hygiene. Urban Local Bodies (ULBs) across country are working round the clock to educate, engage and make aware its population about ill effects of open defecation on children and society.