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passion of smoking....

This is the thing i have noticed in my very first day of mechanical engineering when a senior caught me and started ragging i refused his every order he is not a tough guy,after some time he offers me a puff again i refused by saying i dont smoke- he called me a lunatic you dont smoke,you learnt on this life.i draw a little attention- Why students smoke? i really didn't care about the friends who offers you a smoke- once you refuse but then you started from a single puff to an addicted smoker after some day when you addicted , you'll not remember the guys who's responsible for this state of hell- when your digestive system starts choking and pumping needs in every morning to shoot out the shit, that time you beg to some one who eviscerate this. A normal addicted guy spends each day a sum of rs 24 on smoke sometimes more than that of it - 24*365=8760 which is the avg consumption of a malnutrition child. this statics fuels the perception of widespread economical damage to so…


Few countries in the world exemplify this spirit as much as India. Unfortunately, very few countries in the world can also claim to exhibit the level of financial and economic disparity that India has.
In major population centres across India, the rich and poor live in such close proximity to each other that it almost feels as if they were deliberately promulgating the disparity that exist between the social classes.
India’s richest man, Mukesh Ambani, for example was recently criticised for building the world’s most expensive house in Mumbai named Antilia. Antilia is a private 27-storey building – valued at more than US$1 billion to construct – that towers over some of the city’s poorest slums.
According to Dean Nelson of the Telegraph, the number of multi-millionaires in India is also expected to triple in the next five years together with a “fivefold increase in net worth” for this elite group of Indians.
At the same time, India has one of the highest levels of poverty in the world…

v_taker n filter

Problem statement:-
Water is life, and without clean water, we cannot live. Water is a women's issue; all over the
World, women carry water to their families, and use water for cleaning and for growing food.
Now, when water quality and quantity are threatened by pollution and misuse, the need for
Clean and available water in the world is growing exponentially. Increasingly, women from
Many walks of life such as educators, artists, mothers, writers, doctors, agriculturalists,
Activists, scientist’s ‐‐ are addressing this issue. Thus it is a necessity in the rural areas to device
A technique to help them out of their drudgery. You need to design a highly economical, easy
To make and maintain device that can help women to carry water on head without tiring them
and providing them relief.
Solution to the problem
Our device can serve both the purpose i.e. to carry water and to filter. It can be the most economical and
easiest way which can help rural c…

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