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“Hi Chandresh, I am your smart fridge.”
“I want to inform you that the inventory level of milk, cheese, wine and coke is running at 25% below the normal level. Canned pineapple & mushrooms are already beyond their expiry and are non-useable.”
“As per your cooking schedule this week, the grocery list with the necessary ingredients is ready on your E-cart for order “.
“The power consumption was 12% more than average which will add INR 55 to your monthly bill. A power reset must be
To us, vaccinations always meant a simple calculation. Get your baby vaccinated and he/she is risk-free for the rest of their life. But this math became somewhat complicated when we were introduced to the terminology of “booster dose” by our pediatrician. Reminders! Yes, we all need reminders in our daily lives. As humans, due to our busy schedules and multi-tasking attitude, we need a nudge to regain focus on what we care about. At times, these reminders help us look back at the things that are … Continue Reading
It all started while I was doing my graduation. I had a severe confrontation with sneezing, irritable eyes, and sinus that continued for more than 20 days during the spring season. Things went back to normal soon after. The next year during the same phase, I started to witness the same allergic reaction and this time for more than a month. It seemed agonizing, as even the anti-allergic medicines prescribed by my physician didn’t seem to work. I got myself tested for the allergy (prick testing) … Continue Reading
Being a parent, we feel that the worst thing to witness is seeing your child in immense pain. And this comes along with the vaccinations for our babies. The first vaccine was when our baby was a few days old and more than him, it pricked our hearts seeing the vaccine being injected.
But it was just the start. The real agony was felt when I saw my baby’s discomfort and cries even a few days after injection due to the side-effects of vaccines. Severe pain, … Continue Reading
As travelers, we always prefer to get our Travel insurance done. Though the possibility of any upcoming casualty is less, it is a safety measure to curtail any bigger loss on a personal front. When we became parents, our visits to the pediatrician became quite frequent. After a few initial months, it became quite overwhelming for us. There were lots of why’s popping up in our minds related to vaccinations. Questions around vaccines for wiped out diseases, overloading the child’s Immune system, additives, side effects, kept … Continue Reading
Sydney has to be one of the most famous and popular spots in Australia to visit. With some of the most popular beaches and attractions like the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbor Bridge, it’s easy to see why you’re booking a Cathay Pacific flight to visit this epic city. Built on the water, this is a paradise for anyone who loves sunshine, the water, and plenty of outdoor activities. If you’re planning your Australian getaway and have Sydney on your list of places to … Continue Reading
While we all millennial men don so many hats, it is also imperative that we emphasize on our health and immunity. In the wake of current circumstances, it once again comes as a reminder for us that even a small oversight may be alarming. Immunity has been often discussed, and why not? . Doesn’t a robust immunity calls for more healthy days? We will fall less sick and will have more days to enjoy this beautiful life engraving precious memories.
As we age, the functioning … Continue Reading
As travelers, what we love the most is being able to explore untouched nature and its pristine beauty. And this comes as the most important learning for us, the adaptation of nature and its sources in the purest ways. We find ourselves in a conundrum while packing the bags, whether we should stuff it with packed food items (which makes munching easier) or should we source local produce?
One of the biggest differences is in the freshness and the absence of preservatives in the local … Continue Reading
On June 25th, 2015, Honorable PM of India Mr. Narendra Modi announced a mission to develop 100 smart cities across India with an estimated budget of USD 14 Billion. It was a signal of India ready to gear up for its version 2.0.
We have evolved a lot in the last decade. Researchers even believe we are witnessing the fastest growth rate in innovation & automation happening in every field of life. The concept of these smart cities is to make a paradigm shift in urban … Continue Reading
The Chargesheet: Innocent or Guilty
ZEE5’s recent web series ‘The Chargesheet – Innocent or Guilty’, has turned out to be one of the most binge-worthy shows. Spread over 8 episodes, it is a story of Politics, lust, royalty, and sports.
Seven-time National Table Tennis Champion, Shiraz Malik (role played by Shiv Panditt) is murdered brutally in broad daylight outside the stadium by three unidentified men. With a sudden national outcry, the case is immediately transferred to CBI, even before the preliminary Police Investigation.
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