Chandigarh arrived on the global scene tonight. With the BBC World Service picking on this â€œsystematicâ€ city to start off its â€œIndia Risingâ€ series, it was time for the young and the old to speak their minds out. And so they did, often to the surprise of presenters Ros Atkins and Anu Anand of the BBC, who did not know how to fetter free voices.They did not try either. In what turned out to be a delightful live radio show, 25 persons from Chandigarh became part of a global conversation that celebrated India all the way. At the heart of an hour-long exchange was the country thatâ€™s has captured the worldâ€™s imagination for ages. Never has it been ignored.