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"Why do you Overthink"?
- Ayush Aryan
"why do you Overthink?" I think this question we used to ask ourself everyday, I'm i right?
Overthinking= Imagination , Visualisation, Emotion, Subconsciousness, Expectations, Hurt , Cry, Headache ,Stress, Panic attacks , Trembling, Sweatening, Air hunger etc...
You might be getting a lot of questions in your head right now like wtf! I'm i talking about? Right?...
Okay! Let me clear you this well, i dont know what we have learnt from the school and what we all know about the word "Overthinking" but you will strongly agree with me that when you think all of these words come to an action and it is indirectly connected with the verb 'to think' Doesn't it?
So according to me, in my mind of dictionary i personally thinks 'Overthinking ' is directly proportional to all of these words.
This article is for those who were facing tough times in their life and getting weaker day by day not by a physical health but from the mental health may be they pretends to be fine but they are'nt. I'm writing this article for those who are suffering form this overthinking phobia and i guess in today's world nobody wants to share or tells to about this suffering may be they think or they're afraid of people's reaction or may be people will make fun of them or may be we have created a myth in the society as well as in our own world of imagination is it is something that meant to be personal although suffering is personal .okay! I dont wanna have a conflict in this topic right now i agree with all of these reasons i truly agree with that and yes suffering is personal
But, today i want you to be honest with your soul while reading this article.
Today you'll get the answer of the 2 most common questions that your soul is probably asking from you and i.e ;
1. "Why you overthink"
2. "How to stop the entry of these negative thoughts into your brain?"
Do you know this phobia of overthinking or the fear of thinking is known as "PHRONEMOPHOBIA".
And the causes of this phobia include thoughts that sacres us, especially the memories of acts that we should not have done. The presence of these thoughts causes us to fear that we might be capable of doing the unthinkable. And due to this continous entry of negative thoughts into our brain we work hard we try enough to avoid it to get ourselves distracted from these thoughts. There are lot of videos i have seen in youtube they have a very catchy and eye appealing content like "stop getting negative thoughts in 5 minutes" with the subtitles like this video will let you stop this overthinking for entire life bla bla and all that shit . And i have seen a lot of videos just in a hope of help that this video will really make me away from this situation but that's not proved beneficial for me . I've never ever got benefited with such videos and the reality of these blogs ,articles, videos is they're just running a buisness and they are making money of it that'is that content, heading an all is very smarty made just to grab our attention and get the views as they're making money on that views so i offently hit the like button to that channel and subscribes it just to reward them for their hard work but i personally never got benefited with such videos. I had also seen a lot of motivational vedios of jack ma, prince la ,sandeep maheshwari, vivek bindra they are the great personalities and i respect them but i didn't get any benefit from them too i just get motivated for a while and again that thinking process get started into my mind.
One day i got a call of one of my best friend Asher and i'hve mentioned that word 'best friend' because i offently share almost every problems of my life with him and he had a very good skill that according to the surveys only 5% people have that skill among 100 and that skill is 'Listening' . It's a very powerful skill and a discipline to listen to someone continously for an hour and this skill is mostly used by the sales people in their field because listening gives them a better understanding of the behaviour of their prospects and hence builds a good relationship with their clients and their potential customers. So asher called me and after having a long conversation of something around one and half hour i get shocked by hearing that he's also dealing with the same sort of problems and this overthinking is affecting him so badly that he could not get to sleep for whole night since 2 days and i was like completely shocked. Then i'hve decided to find out a soultion for this i did a lot of research in this sector and finally got a conclusion of this phobia .
You guys will get shocked that the reason behind this overthinking is not the people who hurt us but actually its our brain that forces us to think because the way we think our brain creates a own story in our mind and it binds us emotionally and hence you get stressed but reality is something different. Foreg, when you see a movie you find yourself in a different way right ,u cry too at the climax or somewhere in middle of the scene, when you see any motivational video you gets motivated for a while right? And these bloggers, movie directors they're making crores in their buisness just to make us feel like that . Simply, what they do is they find something context in a story so that the context connects to our emotion because what we see is simply we put ourselves in that scenario in our world of imagination and then connects it with our world of rality by getting emotionally atached to it . So its our brain that allows the entry of such negative thoughts because what we think is what we emote...
So instead of letting your brain focused on these things just force your brain to gets focussed on something that you want to achieve and just utilize your energy your time to achieve that goal .
And the truth is simply there is a huge difference between your thought and your action because your action will determine your destination. The thought has no connection with the reality at the end persistence wins....
So make yourself persistent and make your brain powerful so that it allows the entry of a positive thought instead of a negative one. So its you only that can take you out of this suffering its not the blogs and videos or anyone who you admire its just your brain...
Note: "The way you think you emote".
Sonu Sood Launching a Special Scholarship for underprivileged students in the memory of his Late mother's name
Bollywood actor Sonu Sood has done it once more. Sonu, WHO became standard enjoying the villain in movie industry films, turned hero in world for several stranded migrant employees once he union transport and resources for them to succeed in home amid the pandemic-induced internment.
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Recovery rates area unit rising within the most corona-infected states, with Maharashtra at the highest
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There has been a record increase within the rate of recovery from uncontrolled coronavirus infections. India's recovery rate continues to be seven 6%. The five states of the country have the best recovery rate. Maharashtra is at the highest once more. The recovery rate there's concerning 80%. it's followed by province and Mysore.
Health is increasing within the country whereas corona infections area unit on the increase in daily statistics, the quantity of wells is increasing. This has been wise by the Union Ministry of Health. 7.6% of corona patients have recovered within the whole country. Between Friday and weekday alone, 61,533 folks recovered. the whole range of well-being within the country is three,624,196.
States Recovery fast
Health is higher in five states Corona infection is a lot of prevailing in five states. These embrace Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, province, Mysore and Uttar Pradesh. amazingly, these 5 states have the best range of corona infections. Corona viral infection is on the increase all told the 5 states daily.
Maharashtra first-rate On the one hand, Maharashtra is at the highest in corona infection, within the same method, Maharashtra is additionally at the highest in terms of recovery rate. Maharashtra encompasses a 60% recovery rate within the country. In Maharashtra alone, 14,000 have recovered that is that the most in terms of the quantity of recovery in twenty four hours. within the last twenty four hours, 12,000 corona patients have recovered in Mysore.
Singer Anuradha Paudwal's Son Aditya Paudwal Passes Away At age 35 because of renal disorder.
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Playback Singer Anuradha Paudwal's son Aditya Paudwal passes away at age 35. On Saturday Morning, He last breathed. As per reports, he had been sick for the past few months and was affected by excretory organ ailments. He was hospitalised because of a similar. He died because of kidney failure.
Shankar Mahadevan confirmed the news on Facebook. He wrote, "Devastated hearing this ! Our love Aditya Paudwal is no more!! simply can’t believe this ! What an incredible musician and a stunning person !! I sang a song which was composed by him so incredibly two day back! simply can’t return to terms with this !! Love you brother ... miss you (sic)."
Aditya was then related to the film 'Thackeray'. He was the song arranger and producer of 'Saheb tu' from the film that was supported the lifetime of Shiv Sena founder, the late Balasheb Thackeray.
"When i used to be operating with (composers) Rohan-Rohan on a Mahratti film's score, that they had mentioned to me concerning this song that they needed on a epic scale with symphonic quite an appointment. This song essentially shows the journey of Balasaheb Thackeray," he had said.
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) 
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 . 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%.” 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 . These should be the focus areas for the leaders .
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 . 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 . 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 . 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 . However, mining and processing poses considerable challenge with extensive negative environmental impact . 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.’ 
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 . 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 . 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.
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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.
Image re-ranking, as an effective way to improve the results of web-based image search, has been adopted by current commercial search engines such as Bing and Google. Given a query keyword, a pool of images is first retrieved based on textual information. By asking the user to select a query image from the pool, the remaining images are re-ranked based on their visual similarities with the query image. A major challenge is that the similarities of visual features do not well correlate with images’ semantic meanings which interpret users’ search intention. Recently people proposed to match images in a semantic space which used attributes or reference classes closely related to the semantic meanings of images as basis. However, learning a universal visual semantic space to characterize highly diverse images from the web is difficult and inefficient. In this paper, we propose a novel image re-ranking framework, which automatically offline learns different semantic spaces for different query keywords. The visual features of images are projected into their related semantic spaces to get semantic signatures. At the online stage, images are re-ranked by comparing their semantic signatures obtained from the semantic space specified by the query keyword. The proposed query-specific semantic signatures significantly improve both the accuracy and efficiency of image re-ranking. The original visual features of thousands of dimensions can be projected to the semantic signatures as short as 25 dimensions. Experimental results show that 25-40 percent relative improvement has been achieved on re-ranking precisions compared with the state-of-the-art methods.
WEB-SCALE image search engines mostly use keywords as queries and rely on surrounding text to search images. They suffer from the ambiguity of query keywords, because it is hard for users to accurately describe the visual content of target images only using keywords. For example, using “apple” as a query keyword, the retrieved images belong to different categories (also called concepts in this paper), such as “red apple,” “apple logo,” and “apple laptop.”