Ravi V Chhabra is a second-generation senior journalist who conceptualizes, ideates, creates content, edits and writes for print and online and new media on a wide range of subjects. He has been a columnist with niche magazines.

His company: Right Impact Media Inc. undertakes Public Relations/Image Management and advisory assignments, writing, editing, ideation and conceptualization. He holds a masters degree in Mass Communication and also a professional Public Relations qualification. He has worked for leading English dailies in India and abroad such as: Hindustan Times, Asian Age, The Pioneer, Patriot, DNA, India Abroad (New York) and India Post bureau (Toronto). He has mentored many online portals, B2B print magazines and show dailies.

In his free time, he teaches journalism (creative writing, feature writing, writing skills, photo-journalism, reporting, media studies and personality development/ soft skills) at various mass communication institutes and business schools in India’s capital New Delhi and the National Capital Region (NCR). He makes corporate films and undertakes video assignments. You may contact him by filling in briefly the form in this page.

He is Managing Editor with First Indian Online Magazine (Est. & Online since 2003):


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Some of recent interviews with autographed photos by world renowned musicians: Barbara Dennerlein, Robert Martin, Gary Lucas and Marco Pacassoni.

Delhi literature festival 2014 -Ravi V Chhabra

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“Art calls for a complete mastery of techniques developed by reflection within the soul” -bruce lee

“Do not run away, let go; do not seek, for it will come when least expected.”  – Bruce Lee

“Without music to decorate it, time is just a bunch of boring production deadlines or dates by which bills must be paid.”
– Frank Zappa, Real Frank Zappa Book

“Without deviation from the norm, progress is not possible.”  –  Frank Zappa

“The presently dominant idea of happiness … being subject to individual volition and effort, ensures that the search for happiness has a linear trajectory…Perfect happiness comes when one eliminates all unhappiness.”  -Dr. Ashish Nandy