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Three Inventions you wish for, this year!


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Ketki 19-Jan-2018 22:12

1)Time-turner clock, so that I can devote my time to the events I miss because of my otherwise busy schedule. 2) Robot to do all daily chores. 3) A TV that allows us to walk through the screen to a desired place.

Madhura 17-Jan-2018 12:22

A device which will give me an extra pair of hands whenever I need em, a device for time travel and a teleporter.

Digvita Shah 11-Jan-2018 22:32

An invention which helps to understand people and read their mind, a machine to undo unfortunate happenings, to travel anywhere and anytime without having to buy a ticket.

Rucha Bindu 11-Jan-2018 21:20

A weight loss technique that involves having junk, a flyover from Hadapsar to Kothrud, a clone of yourself which you can send to meet people you don't wanna meet. :P ;)

Sana Khan 10-Jan-2018 11:26

A robot that cooks delicious food all cuisines and brings all supplies

Kalamwali 10-Jan-2018 09:48

A way to recycle and reuse plastic efficiently and on a regular basis, non-polluting vehicles, travel to the moon and other planets.

Kapil Muzumdar 09-Jan-2018 18:33

An invention that prevents/blocks smartphones from accessibility to any social media sites unless they gain sufficient points/spend adequate time in physical interactions.

Its me Hitali 09-Jan-2018 18:02

To set a virtual social connection without the use of Internet 😷
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  • Horn OK Please
    Aditya | 18-Feb-2018
    गांव खेड़े की सडकोंपे गाडी चलएहो कभी? जब दो गाड़ियां आमने सामने आती है ना, तब एक दूजे को सड़क से नीचे उतारने की कोसिस होती है। गाड़ी चाहे जो भी हो छोटी या बड़ी, इंसान चाहे जो भी हो मुसाफिर या स्थानीय, जज्बा वही होता है, "मैने नहीं उतरना है बस...!" जिसका जिगरा छोटा वह उतर जाता है और कौस्ते हुए आगे बढ़ता है, और जिसका गुरुर बड़ा वह सड़क पे रहता है और अपनी जीत पे मुस्कुराता है, इतराता है। आगे चलके शायद दांव पलट भी जाता होगा, पर वह एक पल जीतने या हरने का एहसास बना रहता है। दोष सड़क का नहीं है भाई, दोष अपने दिलों का है। सड़क उतनी बड़ी होती है की दो गाड़ियां समांले, पर अपने दिल में इतनी जगा कहां के इंसान को समेटले...!खैर, expressway पे पाले बढे लोग ये नहीं समज़्हेंगे, वहां तो लकीरे पहलेसे ही बनादी। वह तेरा ये मेरा, बस तेज बढ़ते रहो। तेजी के जमाने में हम सफर तो जल्दी पूरा कर लेते है, लेकिन हमसफ़र नहीं बना पाते और शायद सफर करनाही भूल जाते है, क्यों कुछ गलत कहा हमने? हैंजी...?  OK TATA  
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  • Fathoming Us
    CarrieBradshaw | 18-Feb-2018
    I am torn between my mind and my heart! Everyday there is the same conflict and it drives my cortisol up, my spirits low and mind numb. I wake up in satisfaction of having freed myself of the pain and agony, and cry myself to sleep in the regret to cutting him out of my life.   I fail to be able to make peace with my decision. My day runs normally, until the moment I come across something that relates to him, and I am thrown into a tornado of memories and questions. I feel the tornado causing destruction inside me as I sink into the realm of regrets.   I regret that I cut him off, and I am reminded of the blissful moments we shared, as tears roll down my eyes. The regret weakens my decision to keep away, and I almost take my phone to call him, when I am reminded of the wrongs he has done to me.   I am enraged at myself for letting myself break for a man who has wronged me in so many ways. My mind starts weighing the rights and the wrongs, and somehow it can never decide which ones heavier
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  • Good girls don't drink
    Sujata Rajpal | 16-Feb-2018
    Can women and beer go together? The current beer debate reminds me of a particular incident at my book event where after the book talk, a young woman came up to me and said kind words about my book that how much she had liked my book and how strong I have portrayed the character of Leela. ‘But there is something which I didn’t like?’ she said. ‘What is it? Please tell me,’ I was all ears to get some constructive feedback from a reader. ‘Why did you show that Leela drinks beer? Alcohol is bad for girls.’ (For the uninitiated Leela is my protagonist in The Other End of the Corridor) I’ve always believed I can absorb any kind of feedback positively but didn’t know how to take this one. All I could do was give a half smile. Everyone is free to have their own opinion about Leela, the book or the beer. If excessive alcohol is bad for the liver, it is bad for both men and women. Is woman’s body wired differently that alcohol can be bad for her but not fo
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  • Aditya | 16-Feb-2018
    Just like there is no such thing as good and bad terrorism, there is no such thing as good and bad bullying. In my personal observation and opinion, during an argument, I see a lot of “counter-bullying” from the weaker (?!) side of the arguing groups or individuals. The difference in opinion can be on religious grounds or caste, between opposite sexes or those of differing sexual orientation or between cultural/political ideologies, basically difference in “choices” in every walk of life. This counter-bullying as I say is a form of attention seeking and/or an effort to garner sympathy and/or a calibrated effort to score a point and cause harm there off. I see all the three desired effects in a negative connotation. While I completely agree that the side which is believed to be the original aggressor (no one can say that with certainty, but that is for later) does need to be made aware of the aggression and resulting discomfort, rarely do I see counter-bullying work. It just triggers a
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  • Aditya | 16-Feb-2018
    Few days back, two friends were sitting in the door steps of a small restaurant late at night having conversation when a group of drunk men approached and got into an argument. The drunk bullies were so determined to prove their (assumed) superiority that they attacked the two and ended up killing one of them. Such incident are unfortunately becoming commonplace, be it a case of drunk bully or a case of road rage bully or some other form of aggression. A few days later, some of our leading news journals used this headline on their front pages, “Youth from ABC caste killed in XYZ city”. Is it not horrifying enough that a human being lost his life due to an extreme form of bulling? Why label him? He could have been anyone, Dalit, Yadav, Bramhin, Muslim, Christian, from any religion or race or ethnicity. He could have been you or me! Are the sensibilities of those in the media compromised to such an extreme level of sensational opportunism? As always the news had the desired (?!) effect and the cit
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  • Sana Khan | 15-Feb-2018
    Telepathic communication sounds pretty outdated right. But I have experienced and I'm sure many of us must've experienced this. Repeated thoughts about a person , a place. Yes they're trying to communicate something to us.  There are some bonds our soul shares with the people that are present in our life, were present and will be present.  Just thinking about a certain friend and receiving a call from them. Missing someone and suddenly being invited by them. All these and a lot more deja Vu shows us some kind of a mystic power our brain possesses a sixth sense maybe. Thoughts travel faster than wind so they reach us from those who we share a  bond with. All this sounds a little different but can be thought over.  
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  • Balls to the Bully
    Kalamwali | 15-Feb-2018
    I am not ordinary. I never was. And I never will be. Just like you. None of us are ordinary and that is an undeniable fact. If we were all meant to be normal or ordinary, we would have been produced and processed in factories and not been born is different homes, under different circumstances, with different traits and natures and most of all different physical attributes. I am about to pen down the most controversial piece of my life so far and well, it’s not going to be a piece of cake but it’s going to give me peace of mind. When we sat to discuss the theme of the month for February on Kalamwali, I knew we didn’t want to do the usual “month of love” jazz. After doing some research we hit a rather serious topic- Bullying. The moment it was decided that ‘Bullying’ will be the topic of the month, I knew I had to write. Honestly, bullying is very generically considered as something that happens in schools, colleges, hostels etc. I was fortunate, popular and strong e
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  • Love is maintainance
    Dietician | 14-Feb-2018
    Valentine’s day, the day of love so why not celebrate our love with whom we never break up. They always have our heart and our heart is filled with its thoughts- right it is none other than our dearest food. Even a thought of food brings a smile on each and every individuals face. If think we actually have a particular food item for every occasion happy or sad. From colostrum to the last sip of water, food actually accompanies us throughout our journey of life .Depending on the place and the religion we are born in our food culture varies, but it does not differ .The food culture is basically dependant on area , its climatic conditions… but the reasoning remains almost the same. In case of Indian as far I know every food ritual is based on science and facts. Every relationship has ups and downs but this one has the least . Just like the secret to  maintain any relation is to strike a balance , similarly we need to strike a balance in our plate. In a relation both partners are equally imp
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  • Prashant Trivedi | 12-Feb-2018
    Sometimes too much caring can be disastrous for a person. People only want to satisfy themselves they do not take care of interest of other person or how he is reacting and how much he is caring...... "The much you care double of it will hurt you". One day the person will react like an stranger who once use to be a good friend of yours.  They don't try to understand the feelings of other they only want that their need should be fulfilled when you are in friendship with that person. Once the motive or objective is achieved they will forget your kindness towards them, how much you care for them, the help which provided to them, everything they will forget including you. They will not see how much you cared,  your honesty towards them ,how much you well behaved with that person and how much respected that person........  
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  • The Chance
    Rucha Bindu | 07-Feb-2018
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    There she was, dressed immaculately, unvaryingly seated in the first row With trembling, old fingers holding her favourite pen touching a blank page of her illegible manuscript. A man with the badge gave her a familiar glance but little did she know; Because only when the bibliophile’s ears caught the words of the maiden poetry, her eyes she would lift.   In turn with the other they recited poems, verses and tales; Of joy and of pain, Of mislay and of gain. They divulged dreams, ambitions, love and magic By rhyming words, which they thought was the only logic. While the boys spoke of love and loss, The girls spoke about why the society needs a female boss. She smiled and she sobbed, as demanded by the words on the stage; Her eyes shone with admiration for the courage shown by their young age.   “Any more verses?”, asked the young man with the badge. His eyes beholding the reticent, and this time she did know; Her hands now shivered with agitation as she headed for
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  • Sana Khan | 03-Feb-2018
    Life has its own beautiful ways of teaching people.  A 6 month internship teaches a doctor so many new things. Sitting behind the chair is a great responsibility.  The patients expect so much and I'm just another human being like them but they constantly remind me of the responsibilities my shoulders hold. They make me study something new everyday. It's a beautiful experience to be able to help someone heal and when they come for follow ups telling you the medicine worked it's overwhelming. 
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  • Togetherness
    Ajinkya Pathak | 02-Feb-2018
    In a relaxed moment she asked, “What’s the best thing about me?”. “You made ‘us’ out of ME”, he replied!
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