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Assam floods: Unpredictable,uncovered disaster.

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Water, the second most important factor of living can also turn tables to us unexpectedly! The “unpredictable” disasters of nature have shown a colossal effect on Assam. 

Every coming year brings loss of human and animal lives, broken chain of infrastructure and an emotional breakdown of that every civilian who voted. The another channel of floodwaters washed over Assam last week. Over 27,63,719 people in 25 districts had vastly been affected, the death toll had risen to 79. Some 47,465 people have taken shelter in 649 relief camps across the state. Excess of water took a huge toll on livestock and affected deepening the loss of over 1,16,404 hectares of cultivated area according to report by Hindustan Times.

Among the mightiest rivers of India is Brahmaputra, a trans- boundary river that passes through Assam. Instability of sedimentation and steep slopes makes it extremely dangerous. Additionally, the entire area falls under in an earthquake- prone zone under disastrous blessings of coal mines.

Coal, one of the main reasons for the pollution of India. Out of World’s top 10 polluted cities, 6 are of India. India’s coal industry kills 1,20,000 people every year, says Greenpeace.

‘First flooding’ was considered a good omen previously as it was precious for replenishing the fertility of the land. However, undue flooding leaves the region staggering on an annual basis and ironically they are affected by the side effects of good human causes in the form of coal mining.
Human good causes have given nature so much that a well derived formula: Human Factor+ Good cause= Natural DisastersCoal mining is a responsible factor for flooding to fire and explosion. With numerous tragic and major loss events in the headlines over past months, let’s see what are the main risks affecting this sector and how these can be mitigated.

While, the mining industry has the potential to disrupt ecosystems by wiping out wildlife populations in many different ways, the clearing of land i.e. Deforestation, leads to floods in downstream areas as it reduces the upstream area’s capacity to absorb rainwater, resulting in greater proportions of runoff flowing water into the city. Tailings also wash into the area’s rivers from mines, which restrict their flow.
Assam is endowed with both the monsoon rains and the Himalayan rivers, of which the major contribution is by the Brahmaputra. No geographical good news can match this. Although each year, lives are lost, millions are displaced, villages, crops, and basic infrastructure get destroyed in Assam. The melted water in summer merges with the monsoon, causing the annual flooding.

At the time when we look at the solutions for flooding, the faulty embankments worsen the situation.

What would console the flood hit citizen when the structure meant to control the floods worsens it more?
4,500 km immense Embankments encircling 103 tributaries, alongside the Brahmaputra have been built costing Rs 30,000 crore over last 60 years by successive governments in Assam reported by The Quint.
While Embankments protects some, they destroy some!Taking the instance of Dibrugarh village, which falls on the southern bank of Brahmaputra. Its massive embankment protects it from the floods but a village nearby Patra Gaon, strikes with flood frequently as it does not have Embankments. So when the floods come, the embankments channel the floodwater in abundance and high intensity towards these suburbs. While one village is saved, the other is left to deal with a double-whammy waters doubling their trouble. Landslides due to Mining and faulty drainage have weakened Assam’s aging embankments. Moreover, 80% of them are poorly maintained.
Civilizations have always development around rivers and so is the situation in North East. Townships have sprung up across Assam without proper flood-risk management.

Is it limited to North-East regions?

Not only kaziranga but every other national parks faces problems because of Mining. Extensive deforestation and cutting of highlands have only worsened the situation.
The NTCA has blamed the “stone mining or quarrying established in the intervening area” between Kaziranga and Karbi Anglong hills for “destroying the wildlife habitat which is essential for long-ranging species like tigers, wild buffalos and Indian elephant.”
After the glance of Elephants slaying in Kerala, the whole nation felt sorrow and irony is that the permissions are granted for mining in an elephant reserve. Dehing Patkai, amazon of India where 98 hectares of land is eroded because of mining. Also, in Chattisgarh the Mahanadi which is a livelihood for local people, and Hasdeo Arand forest. Is drying up, and also getting polluted just to fulfill the demand for coal. This affected more than 4 crores of people.
Why animals are killed due to floods?It is told that the flooding is essential for the survival of Kaziranga National Park, world-famous for its one-horned rhinos. Earlier the animals could simply shift to higher surface within the park. “The Karbi Anglong hill is as a hill that is visible to the wild animals from a distance,” explained Bibhab Kumar Talukdar, CEO of NGO Aaranyak, which works on nature and wildlife preservation. But in 2019, as 90% of Kaziranga got flooded, the water engulfed every inch of the park even the higher ground. Unexpectedly, the animals had nowhere to run. And according to the numbers of government of State, animal deaths are shocking – 350 animals killed in 2016, 503 in 2017.

Is There a Solution?
Well, to stop mining is not possible. As India is developing nation and coal has a lion’s share in it. But the stakeholders of India can direct the country towards sustainable development.
Himanshu Thakkar, Head of South Asia Network on dams, rivers and people suggests:Better Flood forecasting i.e. Information about floods forecasts should reach the affected villages in time. We must strengthen just those embankments that are really required. And in place of constructing embankments, we should create more space for the river, inspite of restricting it. 

Another possible solution is a Sponge City. A sponge city is a city that is designed to passively absorb, clean and use rainfall in an ecologically familiar way that reduces hazardous and polluted runoff. It is connected to the main water plant of city.Associated techniques contain spongy roads, rainwater harvesting, rooftop gardens and water conservatives such as ponds and lakes, even China and Japan is working on the same concept.
In the latest budget for 2020, the government has allotted Rs. 600 crores for “exploration of coal and lignite”, an increase of 20% compared to the Rs. 500 crores allotted in 2019. Meanwhile, the budget for “conservation, safety, and infrastructure development in coal mines” have been reduced by almost 33% from Rs. 200 crore in 2019 to Rs 135 crore in the budget (Data taken from www.gov.in)
It’s high time for us to realize the importance of Sustainable development. The actions are taken, NTCA has instructed the Assam government to take “immediate action” to end mining, quarrying and stone crusher undertakings within a 10 km radius of the tiger reserve. But that’s not enough
India needs to shift it’s focus from coal to solar, before the outbreak of COVID-19, Sunil Dahiya, an analyst at the Centre for Research on Energy and Clean Air, said there was “a clear indication that coal will not fuel future electricity growth,” which will mostly be provided by renewables such as solar and wind. Reported by Boell organization.
Climate challanging crises are a new normal across the world. A magic pill that is specified to battle these impacts is complete phasing out of coal and transitioning to renewable power.
A report by the International Renewable Energy Agency’s (IRENA) said that renewable energy could assign more than 40 million people by 2050. It said that total energy sector job can reach 100 million by 2050, so the growth can be achieved even faster. If we take a step to make a change.Perhaps it’s time that we end being normalizing on the yearly demolition and act, not just react.
Remember, the most important stakeholders of a country are it’s citizens!

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Carving my own path ft.Indrajeet Patil

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Indrajeet Patil

Indrajeet Patil well known on social media platform as @champ_indra . By his humourous talent he makes us laugh everyday over Instagram reels.

Indrajeet shares his elite story with Paradox India and we would love to share with you all.

First he starts with How his life started in this world?
He says- I was born on 29th of March 1998 and maybe from that moment I was on a track. As soon as aai gave me birth, she went in coma. Aai’s friend Aruna, I call her mavshi, she is the one who took me to other ladies in the ward to feed me. She is also the one who gave me life at that moment. And that’s why I started with her. I love my aai and Aruna mavshi equally.
Mischievous, stubborn, if I decide to do something I will do that thing. I am that kinda person from childhood. Everyone loves me a lot, but my older sister loves me a lot, if god has gifted me a best friend then its her. As she started doing her first job, she gifted me a hoodie, she is the one who gave me my nickname “chiku’.

Further he shares his education/ school, college life.
He says- From 1st to 6th std I studied in Amar Jyoti School and then we shifted, completed further education in Prerna High school. I was dreaming to become an engineer so futher i took admission for diploma and completed my education.

And now the real story- After completing the education, from that moment I got the craze of making videos and all these stuff. One of my friend had his own channel on YouTube , I used to work with him. One day I asked for lead role he said “channel maza hero me” he also said making videos is not that simple how much you think, you can’t do this.

One thing got hurt, the size of that thing was the size of electrons, protons yess, that male ego was hurt and the journey started. Made a team for a channel named CREATIVE on YouTube channel and started making videos. We had a team, but the number of people who worked were 2 that’s me and Sachin. We were on our way, but then the global pandemic came (covid-19). It was lockdown and then the “ekla cholo” journey started. At first on Instagram there was not a option of reels, so when I used to post videos, people started judging, made jokes on me. I didn’t had an iPhone, I used to have MI phone, people using MI know how many times the phone gets hang. I used to shoot and edit video in that phone.

And then I met Neel and Karan known as “JUST NEEL THINGS” and “FOCUSED INDIAN”. They both taught me to make short, perfect videos, they also tech me today. And the people who used to make jokes on me now started saying, he is our brother.

I started posting continuously. People started to know me. And then my first viral video “it’s powai lake, not your oyo room”. I had 2600 followers and 1M views. One day before that video I said to my friend, that’s it I can’t see any growth tomorrow I will be posting my last video. But then my followers increased to 5000. Confidence was raised and so I decided no matter what we are not going to stop making videos. And after 2-3 months 10000 followers. So I wanted to do something that no one has done before, I posted 10 reels in one day. People gave me an exclusive response.

While shooting a video I broke my phone, that’s it I thought now it’s not gonna happen anymore. But then with the help of my Dombivali friends I started shooting and editing videos in their phone and used to post it those videos with the help of neighbors and society friends phone. This went on for 15-20 days and then I was fed up. But didn’t want to leave this passion. Also, to be honest I didn’t wanted to ask for a new phone from my papa, by looking at the lockdown condition.

One night I called Sandeep know as REALSANDEEPSHETTY and I said that tomorrow I will ask for a new phone from papa.

And the second day my college friends send me a gift, through papa’s phone I went live and unpacked the gift and it was a Samsung phone. And inside it was written “thambu nakos video banvat rha”. This joy was much more than 10000 followers. I started making videos on that phone. We say we should not see the price of a gift but this was 50000/- whose friends do that, they kept my passion alive.

Reason behind the username-
@Champ_indra, my first phone was Samsung champ, and my favourite from WWE John Cena had written on his shirt “champ is here” and I like that that’s why I gave that name.

At last champ indra say-
All these are memories and I love recalling them.
Thank you Paradox India for giving me the opportunity to share my story, also thank you to those who are reading this. Lots of love to you all. As you had a smile while reading this I hope it’s there always. I will try yo be consistent in making videos and I hope you all will support me. Also Poonam ji is not in the video but she is behind my back always supporting me. Soo great full to have such loving and caring people in my life. If I forget to mention someone sorry I just love you all.

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Moody Marathi Mulgi: Nimi

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Nimisha Dilip Dharorkar well known on the social media as @moody_marathi_mulgi / RJ Nimi. We all know her as Nimi. Nimisha is Radio jockey (RJ), Content creator, TED-X speaker, Voice over artist. We all know her as Nimi/moody Marathi mulgi as we have been seeing her reels over Instagram. I am sure you have seen her in video series fukatcha saala (फुकटचा सल्ला). This is video series created by her, which is getting popular among masses and people are loving her uniqueness. Here are few viral reels of free advice so called फुकटचा सल्ला:

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How has been Life for Nimi so far?

Nimisha was born and raised up in Aurangabad, Maharashtra – India. She completed her school life in Aurangabad itself. During school days she was much into sports, mostly in Cricket and Table Tennis. She says “during school days I wanted to be a sports person. I was really good in Cricket and table tennis. Moreover, talking about studies I was a backbencher – classroom me kam and bahar jyada ghoomne wali ladki, you can say so”.

We guess backbenchers really find content very well!

How did Nimi land into the Radio world?

Being a Radio Jockey was never a dream or career option she had earlier in life. After completing schooling, during her college days while doingBA, she joined the course of Radio jockey in excitement and later after some time she left hercourse and finally landed into journalism. She took an admission for journalism and mass communication at MGM college in Aurangabad.And during the second-year interviews she got placed in Radio Mirchi. Finally, she was RJ at Radio Mirchi, at that time she was the youngest RJ in Maharashtra. Now by profession she is working as RJ for last 7 years with RADIO MIRCHI itself. As we know, along with that she is our favourite content creator too.

Nimi on struggle:

Nimisha says, “Success is a part of your life.When you work hard, but still failure is the reality of your life even if you are working hard. I have been through a lot of failures during my early days. By now, I have learned to face them. Talking truly for some time I was in depression because nothing was going according to my plan. Starting period of my RJ career was not great, in my mind I have also decided to quit my job and I was like – Utha le re baba. Starting of my content creator journey was not simple either, roj video banao, logo ko pasand aye iski wish karo, and daily failures zelo- I was like – failures: phir se aa gaya re baba, tu jaa re jaa. Being a content creator, I think I was expecting too much from my audience.

But then I realized lekin jab tak unhe aapka content pasand nahi ayega they will not give response or follow you. So, it was not like Ki maine video banaye and me rato rat famous hui. The fact is from 2014 I was making videos on daily basis and ab jake Mehmet rang lay Hai. I am getting good response from people but struggling is always on- it’s like soldier never off duty.” 

Nimi’s Dreams changed into reality:

While talking about her goals and dream Nimi says “One fine day when I was working, I received a call and an invitation to be a speaker at TEDx and I skipped a heartbeat. It was like a dream I never thought of. Every person wishes to speak on that platform, share their journey. I consider myself extremely lucky to get a chance to share my journey at TEDx platform with you all peoples. It was like I am daydreaming, to stand dice of innovative thinkers, speakers, and leaders and speak my heart out. But the experience wasintimidating. My undreamed fantasy fulfilled talking truly babu bhaiya it was a Miracle.

Something more about Nimi’s life:

As we know – Nimi is RJ, content creator, voice over artist and but importantly she is good human being. No doubt her personality attracts us, she is attractive, alluring, dazzling, fashionable and sweet. Nimisha is pretty active socially. You willalways see her being part of the social campaign or working for the betterment of the society. She isalso interested in writing. She writes moody thoughts based on people or situation around her or in the society. She loves to watch movies, she watches every kind of movies like Marathi, Hindi, Telegu, Japanese and many more. Whenever she is free or out off movie stuff to watch she re watches phir hera pheri. She says this movie is her personal favourite and she loves watching it again and again and enjoys every time. She says if she gets chance to be Marathi movies, she will surely be part of it. 

Nimi likes to sing and recitation of poems. She enjoys listening and singing. She has many friends but she is closer to her office friends and few best friends. She likes to spend quality time with them and family. She likes to travel different places with her closed one. Importantly she likes to eat different food, she is foody but as per universal rule she likes Paneer Tika Masala. Important thing her birthday is on 6 DEC so don’t forget to wish her and send gifts.

Nimi cha Fukatacha saala (फुकटचा सल्ला):

Nimi’s advice to the young people who wants to be content creator. Be up to date and be fact based with ample research. Stay current, understand your audience and expect less. Improve yourself on the daily basis. You will get response from people but it takes time, effort and discipline.

Nimisha says “many of us think that we must move out of our town, go to metro cities to make a great career. I feel career is what you enjoy doing. And it can be done here as well. I’m not sure of my future. I like to go with flow. But wherever I end up, I will worth it for sure. Gharwale and many people says the you talked too much koi itna sunke nahi sakta and after year aaj sab log muje hi sun rahe hai.

I feel so blessed to have you people in my life. I am thankful that you people stuck with me and still love through the difficult times. I want thank all the people who helped or supported me any how during the journey and till now. Thank you for your love and support over the years. Keep listening and watching me. I will surely try my best to entertain you all.

There is fun fun interview coming up on paradox where Moody Marathi Mulgi displays her fun fun moods! Stay tuned!

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Phenomenal Glitch within Cosmos.

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Yes, not being an atheist; there are various Phenomenal Glitches within our Universe. And, we are least bothered about them like we are not troubled that our Solar System is heading towards Sagittarius A, which is a Black Hole residing in the Centre of our Milky Way Galaxy; with the speed of 227 km per second. Wouldn’t this be a glitch for Humanity, yes, it will be? This is just a practical example as Science, especially Astronomy deals with proofs and experimental verification.

There is one more glitch that is affecting our ideas on Earth, it is our faith in God. Who saw these divine celestials, though many people claim on YouTube and every social media university that they saw The God. And, no one considers them except some extremists of every doctrine. Many professionals come to ‘Ancient Aliens’ show on History TV 18 channel, and yes! everyone there relates everything with Aliens and with Ancient Gods; who made The Great Pyramids? Gods; How mankind arose on Earth? (case of Panspermia, where human life came to Earth from cosmic carriers like asteroids), Gods.
Albert Einstein himself said, ‘Two things are infinite: the Universe and Human Stupidity; and I’m not sure about the universe.’

The existence of God is dicey in its term.
Who are those divine celestials? Will they help us if an asteroid will be going to hit us tomorrow and there is no possibility of us surviving?
Is it somewhat like Asgard, where Lord Odin will send Thor to save us? Yes, maybe because it is considered in Norse Mythology. And, many creatures and celestials of Norse Mythology are seen by many people around the terra.
I am not saying that religious sentiments are of no use, but instead of considering a specific God as Creator, we should respect and appreciate the supreme energy which is playing an essential role in administering the Universe and of course, we should rely on our acts because no one will help us until and unless we ourself motivate us to get our things done.

Several hypotheses are there for the beginning of our Universe and one widely recognized one is The Big Bang, so is this extreme natural phenomenon, a God?
Gods maybe are different, but their teachings are the same. God is not what is portrayed as a statue or icon, God is a sense of love, God is a sense of purity, God is a sense of peace. The problem of atheists isn’t God, their problem is those who misuse the name of God, and that’s the truth.
Maybe we are living in an illusion, a world created by a more advanced civilization than us, or maybe we are alone. Various secrets within our Cosmos are still unexplored by us. One famous statement I found on social media is, ‘Not believing in the existence of Aliens is the same as taking a spoonful of ocean water and saying no fish is in the ocean.’ Is it the same as with the case of God, as we still haven’t explored 99.9% of the Universe? We are still in the Goldilocks zone, we can just assume and predict things, which might not be true.

The only solution to many problems is Time, Time unlocks many mysteries of the Cosmos.

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