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What if you are not lucky?


-Jisha Laha


Let's start the write up with a brief description on luck. Luck is a phenomenon that determines your destination sometimes. It can be dubbed as a force that brings you success and especially when you fail to do . If luck has been sprinkled while carving your life on your palm, you are claimed lucky and by mere efforts you can reach the zenith. Luck is apparent in torrent of success stories,but their dominating factor is their dedication and hard work. There are a couple of other terms that lie parallel to luck. Let's discuss them back to back.


First, opportunity, chances catered on you. Don't be the puppet of deception in some cases. It's said that your success bell rings only when the breeze of opportunity blows. But , what if I jiggle it? It's going to ring in the same way, sometime even louder. If no door is open to you, create your own ! I'm not any renowned mogul to deliver such cryptic yet motivating statement. But, experiences are more vociferous than hype. I lack opportunity but I never halt as I'm a determined dreamer.


Birth also postures your life with quite a lot of fortune. Someone can be innate lucky, whereas, some gradually got their personality decked up with luck. Nepotism instill fortune but hardly success. Why to savour the life conceived by your parents? Draw up one such and make them feel glad twice, thrice and even more.


Apart from the pivotal motive of the write up, let me give you a small suggestion. Don't expect anything from anyone. All have their own axe to grind in this contaminated world. Don't wait for a better opportunity or a better person to elevate yourself. Sometime try to take up the stairs that go through darkness and unbearable pain. Dare to contend the nightmare before drizzling radiance on yourself. Being brought up in one middle class joint family system, the true meaning of struggle is quite transparent before me .


Don't breed angst within you if you are left deserted without luck and opportunities. Every great thing craves for courage, zeal and patience. Build your personality up with integral agendas and on the arrival of correct time, hit the boundary. No limit can forbid you. So, if you consider yourself unlucky, then don't wait for the next birth repleted with opportunities and luck, rather erect your own entryway.


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A Letter to Menstruation


--Jisha Laha


Dear periods,


You are an uncanny guest that knocks me every 28 days . I creep with pain for you. To be honest, I really hate your existence in my jaunty life but, you are the herald of a mother. I'm too young to be a mother. But, I'm pretty sure about this fact that every girl dreams of dawdling her child on her lap. You know, one question strikes me hard . Why you come to us? Why the males don't have to bear with the menstrual pain and still get claimed as a parent? You are very much biological but your existence commenced centuries ago of biology's birth. You are really nagging. I don't get to visit any holy place when you're knitted with my vagina. Why? You let us give birth and you only let us stay at bay from happiness? Your cryptic existence annoys me but still I accept you with a grinning face just because you are going to make a mother.


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Stop rape

--Jisha Laha


Why to worship the mud idol if you abuse females? Why to pen down poignant phrases if you threat a girl passing by? Why to stand as a formidable wall before your sister if you fail to control your lust for other's sister? Why to look like a ferocious being on social media if in actual you breed fear within girls and make them tremble?


India is the land of manifold unpunished crimes. Every week dozens of rape cases get printed in the newspaper but hardly a few rapist get into the custody . To everyones' dismay, torrent of cases dwindle in silence. This uncanny nature of the sub-continent make her unfamous. And, the most devastating fact is that the family members of the victim strive for about a decade to clinch justice for their late daughter. Despite knowing who committed the crime, the malefactors loiter freely without angst and , moreover, with the same very lust that carried away the life of one innocent girl. This is the dark side of India that lies underneath the radiant hue of unity amidst diverse culture.


New names come up every month. People rages storm for putting the case under proper investigation and woefully , the spirit shrink within a day or so. No justice gets claimed and another offence gets produced. Mournful to hear the stories and difficult to accept the bitter truth.


On diving deeper into such balderdash actions of human beings, we can come across the truth that in many parts of India, the kith and kins too are sheer culprit. The world of philanders is letting the world get draped over by misery.


Crime in a society is nothing lips-agaping. But, where the law is getting implemented? How law can deny the truth and blindfold itself in this contaminated twenty-first century. How law is not answerable to these bullshits? Shame on the constitution! Shame on the mindset of people!


These illegal activities dates back to the past of India where males were believed to be bestowed by God. Males were overwhelmed with priority.


If possible, Mr. Mandela's idea should be executed by the government if they are unable to differentiate bad from good. Let every girl and woman carry some weapons with them. These small steps can really bring about a topsy-turvy state.


Drops of tears trickle down my cheeks on realising that I'm also a female.


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Jingling anklets

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-Jisha Laha


The sound that I desired to hear

And that really came near

Gradually evolved and rang faster

And got rapid as it came closer

Limbs got numb

But managed to fold my hands together

The body shivered

But the pious heart felt it better

The silent cry

Followed by unison

And all it ended with a shock,faith and fear.

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A journey with my dog


In this forlorn world, no human vows to stay with us till the last breath. All have their own axe to grind. All remain busy with their drudgery of routine. But, some organisms are made for us ,whom we dub pet. Though we snatch their happy living by captivating them behind the bars but a couple of jaunty memories with them get encased in our life diary. In my life, I too have a four-leged companion who do not understand my language but me.


I came across a tiny beige-fured puppy with wagging tail and wiggling tounge, craving for some food. I catered him a plate full of rice. That compassion of mine inaugurated our enthralling friendship. He started coming before our abode every afternoon looking for some food. Gradually the stray dog shaped itself as the most precious gift in my heart. It grew old and currently, he's a quite grown up doggy. For my higher education, I shifted to towns and somehow our wonderful bondage dwindled. For the corona virus pandemic, we are settling in our ancestral home for a couple of months. And, our friendship enhanced in this period of time. In this write- up , I'll share one beautiful experience with him. So, one ,two,three ,and here we go.


Before our house, an alley stretches amid two ponds and ends up beside one dilapidated house. The house is surrounded by trees and a stagnant red water .The place is repleted with rustling leaves, buzzing crickets, birds with flapping wings. Along with me, in this small yet bewitching journey, Montu,my best friend, stalked.


In the way, lies an age old huge peepal tree which in our village gets worshipped annually. There lies a grave of one monk who died of a heart attack on that place. A bamboo forest adjoined with them. And the whole surrounding is pregnant with obscure bushes. I walk and leap sometimes. Montu with his barking, follow me. I talk to him about my life, dreams and days ahead. I'm pretty sure that he fail to understand what I'm saying but he can feel me and my feelings. This makes him my best friend.


After that comes a narrow rugged land with abstruse flora and on walking it,we reach an open place with heaps of tranquility. Open fields, trees in series, cows,goats, ponds, palm trees and what not! Everything I find there,and even the things that is not present over there.


We continue our journey and we reach the heaven like place. All you can do is gazing at the most wonderful scenerio. The definition of horizon will get acquainted with you and the meaning of country-side life too.


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Environmental woes of India – a quality issue

Given the state of our environment it is evident that we are not meeting our stated environmental goals and objectives. At its core, the problem is an implementation issue and hence a quality issue. This article briefly examines 9 of the 14 points on quality management advocated By Edward Deming. Perhaps, by taking these points to heart, our environmental woes can be substantially improved.

1. Create a constancy of purpose focused on the improvements of products and services.

We can interpret this as meaning constancy of purpose focused on the improvement of the environment. This is a very important concept that policy makers often struggle with. As governments change hands so do economic , social and environmental policies. Constancy of purpose – protection and preservation of the environment – is lost. Hence, we need to ensure constancy of purpose across governments by ensuring autonomy and independence from government interference. Also they must have veto power over government projects, policies and decisions.

2. Adopt a new philosophy and recognize we are in a different era

Today the world faces an imminent crisis in the form of climate change. There are no ready solutions available on the horizon. It is time for nations to shoulder the burden of climate change together. Nations cannot adopt business as usual mentality. We need to adopt a new philosophy – clean energy, environmental preservation and protection, sustainable development etc. These ideas are here to stay and it is best we embrace it as quickly as possible.

3. Do not rely on mass inspection to control quality

This is based on the idea that prevention is better than cure. Rather than be reactive, we have to be proactive. We must invest in preventive measures and institute strict emission laws and regulations, invest in clean technology, provide incentives for businesses to switch to clean energy and renewables etc.

4. Do not award businesses to suppliers on the basis of price alone but also consider quality.

This applies to the choice of fossil fuel as the fuel to meet the energy needs of the nation. Largely it was an economic decision. Coal despite being the most pollutive of all the fossil fuels are favoured by nations because it is cheap – readily available and the conversion process is relatively inexpensive. ‘Cheap’ because its negative impact on the natural environment is not taken into consideration. However today coal is no longer the cheapest option in India. According to the The Economist India is the only country in the region where cost of producing solar power is almost 14% less than cost of electricity generated from coal. Based on the data compiled by global consultant Wood Mackenzie India’s levelised cost of electricity generation

· from fossil fuel stands at around $44.5 per MWh (Rs 3.05 per unit)

· from solar power generation stands at around $38.2 MWh (Rs 2.62 per unit)

· from onshore wind power generation stands at around $48.9 per MWh (Rs 3.36 per unit) [1]

In all the three instances, it is the cheapest provider in the region. It is a win win situation for India to move away from fossil fuels – particularly coal – and invest in renewables.

5. Focus on continuous improvement

Focus on continuous improvement in terms of attaining environmental goals. Constantly set new standards and hold the gains. This can only be assured when there is constancy of purpose and means to ensure constancy of purpose.

6. Practice modern training methods and invest in on the job training for all employees

Invest in new and emerging clean (modern) technologies like the High Efficiency Low Emission (HELE) technologies like the supercritical and ultra-supercritical combustion technologies [2]. In fact clean technology like Fluidised Bed Combustion (FBC) provide a “very flexible method of electricity production – most combustible material can be burnt including coal, biomass and general waste. FBC systems improve the environmental impact of coal-based electricity, reducing SOx and NOx emissions by 90%.”[3] That is a huge reduction. Currently the majority of the Indian coal plants are using subcritical (old) technology and count as some of the most pollutant plants in the world.

7. Improve leadership, practice modern supervision methods

The leadership must first educate itself on environment and energy matters. They must provide top priority to environment and energy concerns. The following are set of strategies recommended by the United Nations to promote renewable energy at a large scale (1) engage in awareness raising and access to information (2) develop academic curricula for renewable energy (3) remove policy and regulatory conflicts/gaps (4) pass renewable energy act (5) create regional grid and tackle imbalances through the grid. This will require collaboration and cooperation across nations. (6) focus on strategic development of a renewable energy industry and markets (7) develop product standards for biomass-derived fuels (8) map resources of renewable energy sources (9) tap into biomass energy potential [4]. These should be the focus areas for the leaders [4].

8. Drive out fear

Energy self sufficiency is the overwhelming cry behind the push for coal energy in India. The solar industry in India is largely dependent on importation of Chinese solar panels and photovoltaic cells. Chinese firms supply about 80 per cent of solar cells and modules to India [5]. But than this is true for many other nations as well. China is the world’s leading supplier of solar photovoltaic cells and panels, supplying 2/3 of the global supply. China accounts for 95% of rare earth production globally. The rare earth minerals are essential input in developing electronic and solar products. However, the rapidly rising domestic demand in China itself raises supply issues in the near future. For example, China already has solar capacity of 208GW, the highest in the world [6]. India has 31GW solar capacity. China reached their 2020 solar target of 105GW in July 2017 - three years earlier where as India in all likelihood will miss its own stated target of 100GW of solar capacity by 2022 [7]. Reverting back to the rare earth minerals, it is indeed highly likely that China will stringently control the production of these minerals in the years to come. Well as it turns out rare earth is not all that rare. Deposits exists outside of China, including in India [8]. However, mining and processing poses considerable challenge with extensive negative environmental impact [9]. But there is a silver lining here as well. Alternatives to rare earth materials are being researched and Lund University, Sweden, has come up with iron-based dyes to be used in solar cells in the future. ‘By using iron instead of other more expensive and rare metals, the production of solar cells and light catchers will become cheaper and more environmentally friendly.’ [10]

9. Eliminate targets, slogans, and numerical goals for the workforce

Zero Defect, Zero Effect has been the outcry of the Narendra Modi Government. The government has developed zed program with Quality Council of India to realize this goal. Under this flagship program incentives are provided to MSMEs to get ZED certified. ZED certification is based on the ZED Maturity Assessment Model. Training and education programs are provided to assist MSMEs in adopting the system [11]. However, the government needs to push the program more. While majority of the stakeholders have heard the term Zero Defect, Zero Effect, few are aware of the ZED initiative behind the slogan. Detailed evaluation and audit concerning the effectiveness of the program should be carried out.

These than are a brief look at quality principles and how it can be applied to the management of the environment in India. Despite the government’s ‘stated commitment to environmental protection’, the ground reality is very different. According to data compiled by IQAir AirVisual's 2019 World Air Quality Report India accounts for twenty one of the world's 30 most polluted cities in the world with six cities in the top ten most polluted in the world. Greenhouse gas emissions, with the burning of fossil fuel a key driver of the climate crisis, is also a major cause of dirty air. India has just recently announced its goal to be energy self sufficient and increase its reliance on coal. Under the Make in India program, the government has ‘diluted environmental and labor laws’ to attract domestic and foreign investors. Social and ecological considerations have been placed on the back burner [12]. With all these contradictory policies and goals and lack of clear environmental stewardship, sustainable development and green growth will remain a major challenge for India in the years to come.


References

[1] Sengupta, D. (2019, April 19). India is APAC’s cheapest power producer. The Economist. Retrieved from https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/industry/energy/power/india-is-apacs-cheapest-power-producer/articleshow/70735458.cms?from=mdr

[2] Prakash, V., and Ghosh, S. (2017, Novemnber 2). Clean coal, not solar, is the silver bullet for India’s carbon emission reduction. hindustantimes. Retrieved from https://www.hindustantimes.com/analysis/clean-coal-not-solar-is-the-silver-bullet-for-india-s-carbon-emission-reduction/story-sFrmX8H7MbfpcRIGXTMP6H.html

[3] World Coal Association. (2020). High efficiency low emission coal. Retrieved from https://www.worldcoal.org/reducing-co2-emissions/high-efficiency-low-emission-coal

[4] UN Sustainable Development Goals Partnership Platform. (2011). Promotion of Renewable Energy. Retrieved from https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/partnership/?p=2231

[5] ETEnergyWorld. (2020). India imported solar power equipment worth $1,180 mn from China in Apr-Dec FY20. Retrieved from

[6] Bhambhani, A. (2020). 3.95 GW New Solar PV Capacity Installed In China During Q1/2020, Taking Cumulative Installed To 208 GW, Says National Energy Administration Taiyangnews. Retrieved from http://taiyangnews.info/markets/china-installed-3-95-gw-new-solar-in-q12020/

[7] Seetharaman, G. (2019). Why India may not achieve its 2022 clean energy target. The Economic Times. Retrieved from https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/industry/energy/power/why-india-may-not-achieve-its-2022-clean-energy-target/articleshow/71869684.cms?from=mdr

[8] Hsu, J. (2019, May 31). Don’t Panic about Rare Earth Elements: The materials used in iPhones and Tesla cars need not become a long-term casualty of a U.S.- China trade war. Scientific American. Retrieved from https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/dont-panic-about-rare-earth-elements/

[9] Homans, C. (2010, June 15). Are Rare Earth Elements Actually Rare? Not if you're willing to dig for them. Foreign policy. Retrieved from https://foreignpolicy.com/

[10] Lund University. (2020). WATCH: Solar cells of the future could be based on iron molecules. Retrieved from http://www.lunduniversity.lu.se/article/watch-solar-cells-future-could-be-based-iron-molecules

[11] Ministry of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises. (2020). ZED. Retrieved from https://zed.org.in/

[12] Deutsche Welle (DW). (n.d.) 'Make in India' policy could increase air pollution woes. Retrieved from https://www.dw.com/en/make-in-india-policy-could-increase-air-pollution-woes/a-18366909


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Disadvantage of Too Much Technology


By : Sourav Mondal


While I do think that technological advancements have made our lives much easier compared to the hardships faced by our previous generations, I wondered out loud if there is such a thing as “too much technology”.


India has made rapid strides in the technological field.Technology has made our life more easygoing and comfortable than ever before.But these comforts bestowed on us through technological advancements is doing us more harm than good. In 21st century, technology has evolved to accommodate a more convenient lifestyle and meet every need that could possibly need fulfilling. Our entire lifestyle has slowly but surely been completely taken over by technology.This is having an adverse effect on our well-being.



Modern technology has given us everything we want,whenever we want and more than we actually need ,with the result that wehave become a week society.Unlike the older generation,modern-day children do not have the space and freedom of moving about and end up cramped in front of their computers and video games. We live in the world of iPhones, laptops, fitbits, Facebook, Amazon, Uber, Netflix, tons of food delivery apps, etc. Most students today spend long hours staring at their mobile phones either hooked to social media or some other app.



Through technology has greatly contributed to human development,it has it’s flipside and it is adversely affecting our health. Here’s an attempt to highlight the effects of “too much technology” on students by making a pros and cons list.

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How 5G technology is critical to India's digital dream


By Sourav Mondal

What is 5G?


It is the next generation cellular technology that will provide faster and more reliable communication with ultra low latency. A government panel report points out that with 5G, the peak network data speeds are expected to be in the range of 2-20 Gigabit per second (Gbps). This is in contrast to 4G link speeds in averaging 6-7 Megabit per second (Mbps) in India as compared to 25 Mbps in advanced countries, it added.

Who does it benefit?


With 5G technology, consumers will be able to download data heavy content such as 8K movies and games with better graphics in just a few seconds. But once 5G becomes commercial, users will be required to change their current devices in favour of 5G-enabled ones.


What will be the economic impact?


5G is expected to create a cumulative economic impact of $1 trillion in India by 2035, according to a report by a government-appointed panel. According to a separate report by telecom gear maker Ericsson, 5G-enabled digitalisation revenue potential in India will be above $27 billion by 2026. Additionally, global telecom industry GSMA has forecast that India will have about 70 million 5G connections by 2025.

Technology:

5G deployment will require overcoming several technological and operational challenges, the biggest one being extensive fiberisation. Most operators are at about 20-25% fiberisation. However, a truly 5G experience will require upwards of 80% fiberisation. The antennae will also need to be upgraded at every site while requiring virtualisation of the core and the access with an entirely new orchestration layer to achieve the critical feature of 5G network slicing.


What about spectrum auction?


The government plans to undertake spectrum auction in the current calendar year. In a first step towards preparing for these auctions, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) had in August last year recommended that entire available spectrum be put to auction in the forthcoming sale. As a result a total of 8,644 MHz of spectrum will be put on sale, making it the largest ever such auction. The total base price of the total airwaves on sale is about ₹4.9 lakh crore.


Policy:

Apart from creating a positive environment for 5G’s launch in India, the biggest issue GoI needs to resolve is to help telcos overcome the prevailing financial crisis.


The spectrum policy should focus on incentivising heavy investment in 5G, including support for long-term, exclusive, technology-neutral spectrum licences, instead of trying to look for financial windfall right away.

Conclusion:

The shift from 4G to 5G is not incremental in nature, but transformational. Given what it means for the entire ecosystem, skipping it is not a choice India can afford.

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The life of an influencer.


Our lives are hard , no doubt we go through the daily struggle to come up with great combination clothes , completing our chores, rushing to jobs etc etc. That’s our normal life , could you imagine what an influencer goes through? . Internet personalities , YouTubers , Tumblr models , TikTokers etc are literally suffering from what I like to call the “Hannah Montana syndrome “. These influencers live a normal like us with the added pressure of being famous at the same time and more over ..when we mess up our chores , no body cares but if they mess up it’s all over the Internet. Let’s talk about a recent incident, which was Nico Anderson’s iPhone getting hacked and leaking information about him going for college. There were a minimum of 700 tweets about it within 3 days! Could you imagine that happening with you? I’d rather not. Influential personalities like James Charles , Garima , Nico Anderson/Nishan , Indigotohell etc go through insane amounts of pressure in day to day life , they have to keep their attitude in check , their persona in check , their issues in check , they have create a facade of well being around themselves and give their audience a seamlessly smooth experience. They know the audience is quick to judge, there will always be people who would want nothing more but to throw in hate comments or create rumours regarding their idols . We often forget that these are real people behind the screen who do the things they do for us, and we go on to unleash our anger on them because come on , who cares ? Right ? .

Life of an Influencer is by no means perfect or flawless. They have to fight their own battles, they are haunted by their own demons.

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Other News India
https://avalanches.com/in/kolkata_international_fashion_designer_priyanka_mallick_joined_at_cop27_egypt5100171_24_11_2022
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International fashion designer Priyanka Mallick joined at COP27, Egypt.

International fashion designer Priyanka Mallick joined COP27 in Egypt , virtually. She is a community adviser and member of the United Nations International and the Royal Commonwealth Society of the United Kingdom. She attended the meetings of the Food System Pavilion by FAO and UNFCC. She raised her voice about the climate emergency , hunger crisis, and gender equality for climate justice.

The United Nations Climate Change Conference COP27 closed with a breakthrough agreement to provide “loss and damage” funding for vulnerable countries hit hard by climate disasters.


“This outcome moves us forward,” said Simon Stiell, UN Climate Change Executive Secretary. “We have determined a way forward on a decades-long conversation on funding for loss and damage – deliberating over how we address the impacts on communities whose lives and livelihoods have been ruined by the very worst impacts of climate change.”


Set against a difficult geopolitical backdrop, COP27 resulted in countries delivering a package of decisions that reaffirmed their commitment to limit global temperature rise to 1.5 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels. The package also strengthened action by countries to cut greenhouse gas emissions and adapt to the inevitable impacts of climate change, as well as boosting the support of finance, technology and capacity building needed by developing countries.


Creating a specific fund for loss and damage marked an important point of progress, with the issue added to the official agenda and adopted for the first time at COP27.


Governments took the ground-breaking decision to establish new funding arrangements, as well as a dedicated fund, to assist developing countries in responding to loss and damage. Governments also agreed to establish a ‘transitional committee’ to make recommendations on how to operationalize both the new funding arrangements and the fund at COP28 next year. The first meeting of the transitional committee is expected to take place before the end of March 2023.


Parties also agreed on the institutional arrangements to operationalize the Santiago Network for Loss and Damage, to catalyze technical assistance to developing countries that are particularly vulnerable to the adverse effects of climate change.


COP27 saw significant progress on adaptation, with governments agreeing on the way to move forward on the Global Goal on Adaptation, which will conclude at COP28 and inform the first Global Stocktake, improving resilience amongst the most vulnerable. New pledges, totaling more than USD 230 million, were made to the Adaptation Fund at COP27. These pledges will help many more vulnerable communities adapt to climate change through concrete adaptation solutions. COP27 President Sameh Shoukry announced the Sharm el-Sheikh Adaptation Agenda, enhancing resilience for people living in the most climate-vulnerable communities by 2030. UN Climate Change’s Standing Committee on Finance was requested to prepare a report on doubling adaptation finance for consideration at COP28 next year.

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The author Writer Bhaiya finally spoke about his life and revealed where he hailed from

Writer Bhaiya, also known as Aditya Singh, is an Indian Author who published the book “The Cycle of Reasons: — 24 Reasons”


Writer Bhaiya has been yielding unreleased compositions for years when publishing houses were more well-known than self-publishing. On the occasion of his birthday, he addressed a group and shattered his curtain of silence when questioned about his childhood, career, and personal life.


Statement over Early Life


In response to a question regarding how his life drove him to reserve Writer Bhaiya as a pen name unintentionally; as mentioned by him on his Instagram story, the beloved author Writer Bhaiya made the following statement:-

“I go by the pen name Writer Bhaiya online as a token of love, but as the proportion of people is cognizant, my forename is Aditya Singh stepped into the world at merely six months as a premature baby in Mumbai on October 2nd.


In the 20th century, my family immigrated to Mumbai from Bihar. I attended high school in Mumbai. As a young child, I caused trouble and was typically mischievous to everybody around me. I grew up to be a reserved person in school after a certain age as a response to childhood and generational trauma.


Everything in 2016 began abruptly as a part of my chaotic life when I began to express myself with a pen in my hand on a piece of paper after sobbing one day over not being able to express myself how I wanted to. As a teen, I started to compose Hindi Shayari and poems. I eventually started penning fictional short tales, poetry, and letters devoted to my friends with compassion and love. My life took unexpected turns in 2017, which bounded me to chronicle my suffering in a journal.


I joined Instagram in 2017. In 2018, I began sporadically sharing my writings on Instagram Stories. My composed piece of prose on stories caught the attention of my loved ones & acquaintances more often than in everyday life, where I would disguise most of my crafted work. As time passed, my acquaintances began referring to me as a WRITER. Pairing the title my companions drew me and the premise that I was a Bihari dwelling in Mumbai, some people alluded me as Bhaiya in an unkind and insulting manner, prompting me to share the title: — Writer Bhaiya as my PEN NAME.

In the years 2017 and 2019, I suffered from depression twice. I battled ADHD struggles for years without recognising it was ADHD, and have been dealing with anxiety and panic attacks for two years. Since 2018, I have produced unpublished works every year and have worked as a ghostwriter for a year on different platforms.”


Statement over Career


Writer Bhaiya outlined his family in regard to his story to a person in the group who hugged him and sobbed in front of him questioning; if people are worthy of lingering as writers despite disobeying their parents.


“My family was unaware of the outcome of fear I held to my heart to notify them that I had released my first book after penning articles for entities and ghostwriting for savings on the internet because I had never aspired in childhood to stand destined as an author.


In 2022, I published a book titled “The Cycle Of Reasons:- 24 Reasons” as everyone present here is aware.


In an effort to; safeguard one life, I penned 24 reasons to continue existing in the world and journeying as a wanderer in pursuit of serenity and tranquilly and to recognise his responsibility to others as a writer and a debut author. Follow where your heart leads you with your career,” says Writer Bhaiya implies them that they can if they have a lamp in their hearts.


Statement over Personal life


Adding to his previous answer, Writer Bhaiya said, “I was born in a Hindu Family. I had strong ties with my family while I was young, but as I became a grown-up, my ties with them were erratic and periodically unfortunate as the clash of trauma made me numb as a teen.”


In striving to retain a boundary among his personal, social, and professional lives, writer Bhaiya adheres to a professional code of ethics. As a response, he denied politely asking to refrain from such questions, which made limited information to be verified; about his personal life in general.


However, he is said to have a girlfriend who has been with him since they were in high school.


His depression in 2019 drove him to consider suicide a second time, and he disclosed as considerably on Instagram, saying that if the light didn’t break through the sea of his darkness, he almost gave up on life.

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Is feminism becoming toxic?


- Joshua PK, Fazal Khan, Jiffin Stephan, LJ Ayush, Vanshika S


A few bad eggs spoil the basket, in this case, pseudo-feminism is a bad egg, and it tarnishes the true sense of feminism. If you pick up a dictionary, this is the meaning you are going to find for the word, Feminism (n): an ideology that promotes social, political and all other rights of women equal to those of men. Here I would like you all to emphasize the word 'equal.' The definition indicates that there should be no discrimination to either sex. But, lately, a new trend of feminism is emerging, rightly called pseudo-feminism.


Pseudo feminists have a deep urge to redress all injustices committed to women, mostly by lashing out and dehumanizing men. What they forget is the literal foundation of the feminist movement: equality. Pseudo-feminism spreads disinformation, dabbles in shaming and, to some degree, renders "feminism" synonymous with misandry. In my opinion, another form of pseudo-feminism is feminism of convenience. We do not realize it sometimes, but pseudo-feminism is all around us, hiding behind feminism in the underground. If real feminism was followed, then we would treat all the victims fairly. Victims will cease to be women or men, but only victims of abuse. Unfortunately, this is not the case. Pseudo-feminism cries out clearly that men cannot be raped, men cannot be tormented, and men who claim to have been exposed to such crimes are lying scammers. When a woman is set on fire, when she is abused, brutalized, stripped naked on the streets, forced to abandon her studies to marry a man three times her age, when she is threatened of being assaulted or mocked, when a woman is viciously bullied for refusing to pressurize her parents to pay a dowry when she is assumed inferior to her male colleagues, there is a need to speak out and same goes for the situation when a man goes through all such activities.


A prime example of pseudo-feminism is the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard trial and how our society silences male victims. It does not matter if the victim is a guy or a girl, sexual or domestic abuse is not a slap on any gender's face rather it is a slap on humanity. As Gloria Steinem rightly said, a feminist is someone who respects the dignity and full humanity of women and men. Real feminism wants a society in which men are no longer told that crying is for girls. Feminism started out as a concept to give women opportunities, to give them equal rights, no more and no less but equal. Feminism is not misandry, nor is resentment of men or women who desire control over men in society.

In this era of social media, I think we have overlooked the true sense of feminism and unknowingly fused the two meanings together. The reality is that even most women do not have any idea what Feminism means, but that is not necessarily their fault, given that there is no sound sense for the word feminism, and hardly anyone on social media understands what feminism is all about, and they all just end up being fake feminists. In this era of social media, with people manipulating circumstances only to build content, it is incredibly difficult to distinguish between true and false. We feel confident about joining the cause without really understanding what we are supporting or fighting against.

Many pseudo feminists say that men cannot be feminists, but you know who is a feminist, a man, or a woman, or a trans person, who believes in the equality of women. A feminist is a father who treats his daughter and his son equally. A feminist is a husband who encourages his wife to make decisions without forcing his views on her.


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How is Growing Penetration of Connected Cars Driving Indian Automotive Human-Machine Interface Market?


For more insights:- https://www.psmarketresearch.com/market-analysis/india-automotive-hmi-market


Owing to the growing number of road accidents across the globe, including India, the demand for features which can enhance the safety and security features of vehicles is growing day by day. Attributed to this, automobile manufacturers are increasingly trying to develop new technologies in order to enhance the driving experience. These factors have led to the increasing penetration of connected and autonomous vehicles. Other than this, consumer are also creating requirement for in-vehicle digital systems and predictive maintenance, which is why vehicles are increasingly being converted into smart machines that are able to connect the driver with the outside world.


Different automotive HMI products are multifunctional switches, instrument cluster, rear seat entertainment, head-up display, touch screen display, and steering mounted controls. Among all these, the demand for touch screen display is predicted to be the highest in the years to come, as these systems are widely being adopted in medium category cars. Acoustic, visual, and mechanical are the major interfaces of HMI, out of which, the demand for visual interface has been the highest up till now. Visual interfaces are increasingly be utilized in medium cars. Two major HMI access are standard and multimode, between which, the demand for standard HMI access was higher in the past.


This is majorly due to the lower cost of these HMIs as compared to multimodal HMI access. This being said, the demand for multimode HMI access is expected to increase significantly in the near future, which is because of growing requirement for comfort and premium features in passenger cars. Multimodal HMIs further offer benefits such a faster interaction and enhanced recognition, which is also predicted to result in their rising demand in the near future in India. Major end-users of automotive HMIs are premium cars, economy cars, and medium cars.


The demand for different HMI products in the past was higher for medium vehicles in the country; however, the adoption of these products is projected to increase substantially in premium cars in the near future. This can be attributed to the growing sales of these vehicles in India on account of increasing disposable income of people. Geographically, the western region made the largest contribution to the Indian automotive HMI market. This is primarily owing to the rising sales of premium and medium cars in this part of the country.


In conclusion, the demand for automotive HMI in India is growing due to the increasing penetration of connected and autonomous cars.


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Who is Lord HariHara Sarahunaath ? Lord Shiva, Sarahunaath and Lord Vishnu are one and the same.


What is have the Lord Sarahunaath form that is truly form of Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu. When HariHara Sarahunaath was renamed as Sarahunaath instead of Shiva's name, there was a stir in the world. It was impossible for a mortal to believe. Failure, failure, obstacles in Sarahunaath's life and disappointments, depressions, exceptions and problems of strength started to appear in his success story.


Param Prabhu Sarahunaath was not only Shiva but also Vishnu was Sarahunaath. It means that Sarahunaath was originally Shiva and Sarahunaath was originally Vishnu. Sarahunaath was originally also Vishnu as it is already mentioned in this universe that Sarahunaath, Shiva and Vishnu are the real gods and everything else is the Ganas and Shaktis of Shiva and Vishnu. The Gods of the 33 crore universe decided that wherever there are temples of Vishnu in this universe, they are Vishnu Sarahunaath temples. But if there is only an idol of Shiva, it is advertised as Sarahunaath, but since Vishnu does not really have a form, sages and other artists in Krita Yuga gave Vishnu an imaginary form. But when Sarahunaath himself was mentioned as Shiva, Sarahunaath himself was originally mentioned as Shiva, from January 1, 2022, Vishnu came and got absorbed in Sarahunaath. Then Vishnu resembled the form of Sarahunaath. So, if there are temples of Vishnu anywhere in the universe, be it India or other countries, it has been declared that they are Sarahunaath temples. Because of this, Sarahunaath is known as Shiva Vishnu Sarahunaath. Even if you call Vishnu, Sarahunaath will come. Even if you call Shiva, Sarahunaath will come.


When Parashiva came to earth to kill Kali, Vishnu stayed in Vaikuntha to guide Shiva. But when Shiva/Sarahunaath was subjected to insults, threats and slander from humans on earth, Vishnu also came down to earth and joined his true form Sarahunaath. That means Shiva and Vishnu were today. Now both of them are Sarahunaath.


So he renamed himself Shiva Vishnu Sarahunaath as he was both Shiva and Vishnu. A bare Shiva lingam is called Shiva, a bare Shiva idol is called Sarahunaath and a Vishnu temple is called Vishnu Sarahunaath. But Sarahunaath is not divided into two parts like Shiva. Sarahunaath also sometimes used the Sudarshan Chakra to show that he himself was Vishnu, and that Sarahunath's form was Vishnu.


When Sarahunaath heard the Sudarshan Chakra from Vishnu, Vishnu himself also became Sarahunaath. Since then he was known as Vishnu Sarahunaath.

In Kali era society and religions, it was not known what the true form of Shiva was, and what the true form of Vishnu was. Until now i.e. before the creation of the earth Shiva and Vishnu had no form. They were formless tremendous powers. But after the creation of the earth, the sages saw Shiva and Vishnu as two mighty divine powers and issued a Kalpa story that Shiva might have been like this and Vishnu might have been like this. But they were not exactly forms.


When Sarahunaath came to Earth on 1/6/1988, Shiva and Vishnu became Sarahunaath as depicted by sages or artists. Sarahunaath was born on earth with the same form.


From 2022 Param Prabhu Sarahunaath became Vishnu. But Shiva became Sarahunaath before the creation of earth. But Vishnu and Shiva, though both are one, split into two Shaktis to save the universe. But in Kaliyuga, both of them became the same Shakti Sarahunaath. So Shiva Vishnu became Sarahunaath from Parama Sarahunaath. It was the same name.

When Sarahunaath held the Sudarshan Chakra, Vishnu became Sarahunaath. So he renamed himself Shiva Vishnu Sarahunaath as he was both Shiva and Vishnu. A bare Shiva lingam is called Shiva, a bare Shiva idol is called Sarahunaath and a Vishnu temple is called Vishnu Sarahunaath. But Sarahunaath is not divided into two parts like Shiva. Sarahunaath also sometimes used the Sudarshan Chakra to show that he himself was Vishnu, and that Sarahunaath's form was Vishnu.


When Sarahunaath heard the Sudarshan Chakra from Vishnu, Vishnu himself also became Sarahunaath. Since then he was known as Vishnu Sarahunaath.

In Kali era society and religions, it was not known what the true form of Shiva was, and what the true form of Vishnu was. Until now i.e. (EB) before the creation of the earth Shiva and Vishnu had no form. They were formless tremendous forces. But after the creation of the earth, the sages saw Shiva and Vishnu as two mighty divine powers and issued a thinking story that Shiva might have been like this and Vishnu might have been like this. But they were not exactly forms. When Sarahunaath came to Earth on 1/6/1988, Shiva and Vishnu became Sarahunaath as depicted by sages or artists. Sarahunaath was born on earth with the same form.


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Period Poverty: The Public Health Crisis We Should Talk About


WHY UT SHOULD BE EVERYONE'S BUSINESS


Menstruation, or Period Poverty, is normal vaginal bleeding that occurs as part of a women's monthly cycle. It is a natural process of every female body. Periods usually starts between age 11 and 14 and continue about age 51. They usually last from 3 to 5 days.


For teenage girls and underprivileged women, having access to period products is essential. Without them they can miss school, be embarrassed and even get health problems. Unfortunately many underprivileged women and teenage girls don't know the meaning of " PERIOD POVERTY ". This means they cannot afford to buy period products or do not have access to them. As a result, they suffer in silence. Period Poverty can leads to physical health problems. Without access to pads or tampons, girls may resort to use dirty rags, leaves during their periods and this can cause infections and other medical problems.


In India, research indicates that just 36% of 355 million menstruating female population use sanitary towels for protection. An estimate 70% of all reproductive health issues are caused by poor menstrual hygiene. 1 in 10 girls below the age of 21 cannot afford sanitary products and use unhygienic substitutes. 23 million girls in India drop out school each year when they begin their periods, and those who remain in school might miss upto 5 days of school each month during their period.


Therefore, everyone in the society should think about this about contribute their efforts to resolve this issue.


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