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First, which has details on adulteration of milk of Indian mothers capable of causing neuro-behavioral problems in infants such as disorientation, concentration problems, confusion and irritability.

Sochiye land, water aur air pollution aur food adulteration ke bare mein. Maa ke doodh se akaal bhi kum aur badan bhi kharab ho sakta hai bachpan se. Hum insaan to hai lekin kaise jahaan itne kharab issues ho gaye hai. Kaise ban gaye hum aise? Doodh se? Sochiye.

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When girls, women and others in your family go to a salon and get a hair wash, do you wonder what quality water gets used? What about the towels they use?

If you're not sure then do you tell them to carry their own water and towels from home?

The salon professionals could be good, however, perhaps not the other things.

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17th July 2014: Indian Maa apne doodh mein harmful chemicals test kare, shayad koi badboo based test ho jaise ki agar pani ya pipe mein kharabi hai to pani mein kharab smell aa jaati hai aur phir proper lab tests to honge hi.

Kharab maa ka doodh aise logo ko baby hone se sadana shuru kar sakte hai aur phir ye aisa bhi ban sakte hai aur aisa bhi kar sakte hai. Thanks! Best!

Indian mothers test for harmful chemicals in their milk, perhaps there's a bad smell based test like if water or pipe gets a problem then water gets a bad smell and then there'll be proper lab tests also.

Bad milk of mother can start to rot such people since they're baby and then they can become like this and also do like this. Thanks! Best!

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4th May 2013: Amul finds caustic soda, urea in milk - "Generally, urea and caustic soda raise the level of fat in milk. The Amul Dairy has taken the lapse seriously and has served notice to the society," a source said. Thank You Amul for being serious! Such milk would make a nice bawarchi into suarchi by making harmful food to be eaten by humans.

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This added on 17 Feb 2013: Lord Hanuman, Such weakness in me! Were you also made of amino acids? If so then what did you not do to my elders that we've so many extremely severe issues with food and also with water and air and land? I'm unable to have eggs since I recently read about how chickens are being grown which seems extremely harmful to humans. I'm trying to find out if those details are right or wrong and from where I can get healthy eggs. Perhaps you're upset that Gods are being offered extremely adulterated sweets and so you're also not caring for us. Hum suar nahin hai yeh to aapko bhi pata hai phir aisa kyun ki itna adulteration or pollution hai humari society aur environment mein? Maa ke doodh mein bhi adulteration ka issue aa raha hain aur logo ko pata chalne ke baad bhi woh test kara rahein hai ki nahin?

Achcha hai ki best logo ne computer, Internet, Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn, printer aur cheeze banayi hai jisse main kum se kum thode aur logo se yeh share kar sakta hun. Elders to jaise bhi ho, youth bhi kaisa banega aise adulteration aur pollution ke bad? Logo ka dimaag aur sundarta bhi bahut kharab ho sakti hai aise issues ke baad. Share karne se shayad aur log bhi behtar karenge aur behtar jeeyenge. Hum suar nahi, Hum sher nahi, Hum insaan hai!

Agar aapko pollution ke issue ke bare mein nahin malum to dekhe

Agar aapko food adulteration ke issue ke bare mein nahin malum to dekhe

This para added on 2 Feb 2013: Aapke bachche ki maa ke doodh mein kya hain? (What's in the milk of your child's mother?) Kya aap chahate hai ki aapka bachcha soche ki aapne uski maa ke doodh ke bare mein kyun nahin parvah ki (Do you wish that your child think that why you didn't care for mother's milk?) Aap kya sochte hai ki itna kharab pollution maa ke doodh ko kya kar raha hai? What do you think is the very harmful pollution doing to mother's milk? Aaj aapne iske bare mein kya kiya? What did you do today about this? Sabhi bachcho ko insaan banne ka achcha mauka mile! All children should get a good chance to become human. Jaise do strong, strong x strong ho sakte hai, waise hi do weak, weak x weak bhi ho sakte hai. Like two strong can be strong x strong, similarly two weak can be weak x weak.

Today a gym trainer asked me whether I was married. I told him that I'm not interested (meaning that I'm not actively looking for a spouse like how people do including the trainer who mentioned that he wants to get married by some period). Also, this doesn't mean that I couldn't later depending on the person! He related marrying to being an Indian. I told him that I thought that such thoughts would be more in tier 2 and 3 cities and that not in a top gym in Delhi. I also told him that people who do the many cultural things can still be very negative. He and I agreed that what we can do is to be nice. I asked him whether he has run a gym on which he said that some discussion is going on. I told him that I know a top gym that wants to grow from one to several outlets and that based on the several inputs that I've given to this gym's owner, the gym owner is willing to hire a CEO to run his gym. He thanked me for sharing the same and that I wish the best for him and also for getting a CEO for this gym.

When I got off Vaishali metro station, I got an auto rickshaw who yelled at a manual rickshaw because he wasn't driving properly with some passengers on it. I told him that there're so many Indian street dogs and that like how people have gotten used to them by going around them however they can, it's the same how this person might be driving the manual rickshaw. Then I thought on whether the milk of Indian mothers and of mothers in other parts of the world would be more, equally, or less adulterated than the milk of cows used to make the best chocolates. I also thought on what would be the relative adulteration in the milk of mothers in the different parts of the world and that how much it depends on how the majority of people are in the different parts of the world. I wish that there can be milk testers for mothers at gyms, fitness centers, clinics, and other places including because I've read that their milk is getting more and more adulterated which also leads to mental and physical problems in people from birth. This should also help to make the majority of people realize that they've to make efforts towards reducing and stopping problems that would be leading the milk of mothers to become adulterated. It's highly unfortunate that there're so many Indian street dogs while the Indian forest tigers are near extinction. I wouldn't suggest it but I had seen an Indian tiger at a short distance away and that I was in an open jeep and that the tiger was sitting in open and that we didn't have any weapons for protection. From that experience and from readings and videos on tigers, I think that it would be great to have at least enough Indian forest tigers and none or almost none Indian street dogs.


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Comment by Shakti Saran on December 4, 2011 at 1:48am

Someone shared on their FB wall:

Everyone wishes for happiness, peace and prosperity, but do we really know how to go about it? Here are seven ways to do it

My comment:

Hi , Thank You for sharing a highly valuable article. In my experiences with people, it seems that it's not the what but the how that has been their much bigger challenge. I've experienced people talk a lot about being an altruist or doing nice things for others or being nice to others when they're little like what they say. I think that if people are like this to themselves then that could also be because they might even know what to do or be like, however, they don't know how to do the same or how to be like that. In general, I think that rather than trying to be an altruist or anything else, do and be how one would like to do and be while adhering to human values. Best! Shakti Saran

Comment by Shakti Saran on January 11, 2012 at 8:21pm

The Delhi High Court Wednesday took suo moto cognizance of media reports that 70 percent of the milk in the national capital was adulterated and issued notice to the city government's food adulteration department and the Food Safety Standards Authority of India (FSSAI).

70% of milk in Delhi, country is adulterated

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This only confirms that food adulteration is common in India. Even milk, consumed primarily by children, isn't spared. What's particularly worrying is the kind of substances used to adulterate, including toxic chemicals. This shows the trade off between the risk of getting caught and the 'reward' of huge profits is skewed heavily in favour of the latter. The government must focus on raising the risks to the adulterator. One way of doing this is by hiking the penalty, including making it analogous to attempt to murder in extreme cases. It's equally important to regularly check foodstuff for adulteration and ensure speedy trials.

Comment by Shakti Saran on January 15, 2012 at 12:39am

My comment on Economic Times: I wish that there can be milk testers for mothers at gyms, fitness centers, clinics, and other places including because I've read that their milk is getting more and more adulterated which also leads to mental and physical problems in people from birth.

Comment by Shakti Saran on January 16, 2012 at 1:00am

I'm paraphrasing a conversation that I had with an auto-rickshaw driver today. While driving by, we saw a few marriage events and then he mentioned that it seems to him that people getting married these days are quite old and that how do they enjoy their marriage because they're marrying so old. I told him that the world has many different things and that the different people can be very different too. I also told him that if people get happiness from marrying at any age then that's nice for them. I also told him that thinking [like this] about people generally only leads to problems [because the different people are different and that such thinking has no value unless for a purpose like when considering for self] and that it's best to think for self [such that it also adds value to others as possible]. He also told me that he doesn't like driving an auto-rickshaw because he feels like a beggar from keep asking passengers to come with him among a crowd of drivers. I get the auto-rickshaw from Vaishali station of Delhi Metro which is nearby my place and that the drivers keep shouting/asking passengers to come with them. I told him that even others doing high profile jobs have to ask their customers and that since his job is to get attention of passengers among several other drivers and so he shouting/asking passengers is alright [although, it'll be nicer if there were better ways but for which all of the drivers would've to agree and follow]. I wish that what I shared with this person would be of value to him. 

Comment by Shakti Saran on February 11, 2012 at 1:51am

Someone called after I finished my workout at home and that he had also just finished his workout at a gym. He told me that he was going to have dinner outside on which I asked him what he was going to eat considering the options around him since he stays in South Extension, New Dlehi which has several including different restaurants on which he said that most likely what he ate yesterday which is paneer butter masala, dal, and roti. I told him that he could eat other things like green vegetable, salad, another variety of dal, and rice if he doesn't eat it regularly on which he mentioned that he rarely eats rice. Then I thought of Indian people in general that what they think about health and fitness and that it seemed that most of the Indian people don't seem to do much about it whether they think about it or not. I then searched on food adulteration in India which I've done some times before to read on the same and that I read I wonder several times about the greatness that many Indian people seem to talk about India's past. We've so many Indian street dogs even in the most prime areas of the capital and that perhaps also leads to food adulteration because those who do it might consider that Indian people in general can't do anything even if they're sold adulterated food. I wish that the things can be much better here even if by having MNCs to provide us packaged food like Dairy Milk chocolate on festivals than adulterated sweets from shops. Moreover, my first cousin brother's wife was shocked when I had told her not to give Kit Kat to my few years old nephew because it has trans fat and that she had thought that it was a light chocolate and so she used to give it to him instead of other chocolates.

Comment by Shakti Saran on February 11, 2012 at 2:05am

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Comment by Shakti Saran on February 11, 2012 at 2:08am
Comment by Shakti Saran on March 8, 2012 at 12:25pm

8 March 2012:

A lady and a man visited and asked me to play Holi on which I said that I don't play Holi because I don't trust colors. The lady put a tika on my head and the man some color on my forehead. The man kept saying that I'm an Indian and not an American and that Indians play Holi and he also kept saying that I'm a Hindu and not a Muslim and that Hindus play Holi. I told him that before I used to play a lot of Holi and that not playing now due to not trusting colors also makes me remember that we've to improve the society than to live like street dogs and pigs. The lady and man left. If people have tried to make you play Holi by saying things like this when you didn't want to because you don't trust the colors then you can perhaps respond like me. Happy Holi!
Moreover, one can also share this blog post with those people Best!

Comment by Shakti Saran on March 9, 2012 at 12:21pm

Someone's response on my FB wall (the same as what I've shared above regarding Holi and colors) and my response to it: Hi Smb In, Thank You for your thought: "I think, playing colors with dear and near ones is to improve the bonding and relationship with them all. Its the symbol of filling colors to ones b&w life... Please share your viewpoints friends..." Do you think that most all Indians would agree with you? It's quite unfortunate that you mention that Indian people otherwise have a b&w life. I remember that for several years, I used to start playing Holi with 20 to 30 family members together from the evening before Holi called Choti Holi and that I used to finish playing Holi much after others had already showered and cleaned up on the day of Holi! Moreover, the Holi evening also used to be a mini Holi with dry colors as I used to visit family and friends or that they used to visit me. However, now I don't trust the colors like I've mentioned above. Perhaps, later there'll be a time when all those who I'm playing with would've a common set of safe colors and that then I would play it perhaps like how I did before! It's highly unfortunate how the things are in India, however, just like people seem to have been reducing eating Indian sweets during festivals to tell the sweet shops that they don't like food adulteration, it might be that people would also start reducing playing Holi to tell the color manufacturers that they don't like harmful colors. Shakti Saran

Comment by Shakti Saran on March 13, 2012 at 12:30am 

A group of fifty plus aged women and men entered metro where I was standing and that I just started talking to them. At the end of conversation with several people, one person said that "mujhse baat kar ke anand aaya" (speaking to me, the person got bliss) on which all others also said the same. 

They were visiting from Ahmedabad and that it was their first time in Delhi and that first time in Delhi Metro. You can hear a lady say that she didn't get place to sit in Metro. I apologized that they didn't get place to sit on which they asked me why should I apologize on which I didn't say anything, however, it was unfortunate that people much younger than them were sitting and that they're senior women citizens and not young or middle-aged women. Several of them got my visiting cards with my web-site and that they also got my number and that I also got their numbers and that I would share this video's link with them. 

I missed two metros while getting money added to my Metro card at the station. After a stop or so, these people entered where I was standing and that they were part of a much larger group which I saw after getting out at Kaushambi Metro station since they all got out there and that I was speaking with them. I had to get off at Vaishali Metro station which is one stop ahead and also the final stop. I went to my apartment from the Kaushambi metro station and that I also told them that my IT training center is nearby next to Kaushambi metro station. Some women also shared with me about their children. One of them has worked around here and that now has moved elsewhere and that his company used to buy him flight tickets for traveling (this group is traveling in a few buses as a group). Another one's son stays abroad in Finland. We would speak with each other after some days after their vacation journey finishes and that they're in Ahmedabad. They've also invited me there which I look forward to someday! One girl wrote me in Hindi the number of Sarpanch (elected head of village) and when I told her my name is Shakti, she told me that her name is Lucky :-) I wished them a nice time and then I left.


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