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Detective Akriti Khatri shares her story at TEDX in Hyderabad.



Detective Akriti Khatri shares her story at TEDX in Hyderabad.

Akriti Khatri was recently invited by Ted X NITW to share her inspirational story with NIT Hyderabad. Akriti Khatri was asked to speak about how she became a successful detective, her journey to starting her own company and how she moved ahead along with providing employment to many females in her detective agency.
“I had a good time interacting with the students at NIT Hyderabad, I feel if anybody can learn something from my journey I could be of great help and do my part of giving back to the society.” said detective Akriti Khatri.
Akriti Khatri runs her own detective agency by the name of Venus Detective which employs almost 70% of females with the objective of increasing the empowerment opportunities for female detective. She overcame the notion and proved it to the world that women can’t be good detectives, she till date has solved more that 8,000 cases in the span of 10 years.
“I have often heard about Ted X talks and I was thrilled to know that they wanted me to deliver my speech amongst them. I would like to thank the team for having me there.” Said Akriti Khatri.

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Amiben Modi on how monsoons help us!



Spiritual healer Amiben Modi says that monsoons are the perfect time to grow and evolve. This period is a time introspect, she says, “A lot of people associate monsoons with mental health. However, actually, monsoons are a period of growth. The 5 elements of nature are supported by the rains we get. It is the time when crops are laid when the reproduction increases and also a time where rainwater is harvested and stored for the entire year. The best way to look at monsoons is a period of self-reflection and growth.”

Amiben adds that this is also the time for love. “Monsoons are also associated with romance and hence the people that are not favourably placed in their relationships feel gloomy. However, I strongly believe they should come up with their own will power to grow in life, upgrade their mental status to a more happy and desired state,” she says.

Here is her advice for monsoons. “Enjoy the rain and rainwater, we should be grateful for the rains as they help us sustain the entire year. If lack of sun impacts your health, it’s better to wake up early and spend 30 minutes meditating, giving yourself positive affirmations, as you own your mental state. Surround yourself with good, an uplifting company as your surroundings impact you massively,” she says.

She adds, “During weather change, especially monsoons, people are prone to diseases. It is best to avoid the consumption of raw foods, cold foods, anything steaming hot is best to maintain your health. Adding Colours such as yellow, orange, red and gold to your attire will help balance out the lack of sun and energies.”

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TV actors on Sri Lanka, New Zealand violence: Important to unite and defeat these anti-social elements



TV actors on Sri Lanka, New Zealand violence: Important to unite and defeat these anti-social elements


Be it the Sri Lankans bombings in churches or mosques in New Zealand, there is so much violence happening in the name of communal harmony. Here is what these TV actors have to say about all this.

Shashank Vyas

First of all, every nation should unite and fight against terrorism. Plus the media should play a positive role in it. It’s all about bringing universal forces together to defeat anti-social elements once and for all.

Sahil Anand

I always stand against terrorism, be it Sri Lanka or New Zealand. In the future also, as an actor, if I am able to do anything, I will always be there. I don’t know who does this, who is manipulating them so much that they are ready to die for their so-called religious beliefs. If the whole world comes together and fights with these people, then we will defeat them. We know many ways to stop them but we are not able to do them as the government takes a lot of time to do anything. So, I suggest the whole world should come together and finish them off.

Asmita Sood

Respect each other’s religion and believe in peace and love, that’s what every community teaches. Politicians of state should take up more responsibilities and stop using religion/ community as their vote bank. Educate people more about living in harmony and take strict actions against radicals. Instead of fighting over faith and religion, people should focus on saving the earth and humanity and working towards global warming.

Rehaan Roy

The way these incidents are happening in the world these days is truly heart breaking and make you question humanity. For me, my first religion is humanity. But some people, to fulfil their selfish desires, brainwash others to take part in these terror attacks in the name of religion. I feel somehow the problem is in the education system. Basic education is a must for all.

Gaurav Sharma

These incidents are indeed painful and my heart goes out to all families who would have lost their loved ones. There is no religion that teaches violence or extremism. These issues can be solved if all religious gurus come forward and condemn this. Education is important as well.

Rohitashv Gour

In the name of communal harmony, there is a lot of violence which has started. This is one of the biggest problems which is on our head. I feel we should sit with spiritual leaders and do a positive meeting asking them for a solution. If we would be stuck in religious politics, then it is just going to get worse.

Ira Sone

Violence and mass killing in the name of communal harmony is lack of acceptance and understanding of the term “inclusion”. The way I see it, unpleasant and heartbreaking episodes like bombings in churches or mosques are a result of lack of proper education about faith and coexistence of a differenct belief system. To my understanding, dealing with the problem and the root cause of it is important. Promoting the importance of love and peace on a global platform is a priority. I wish to see more solid campaigns that writes and promotes how happy and loved people are, after all we practice what we see around us.

Delnaaz Irani

Whatever has happened is very sad, be it Srilanka be it New Zealand. My heart goes out to all their relatives, family and friends of people who have lost their lives. It is very sad that in the name of religion, people get into such ghastly acts. I just feel that one should work towards peace, unity and humanity. I don’t know how this change is going to happen but I think the change should be brought within oneself. If every person thinks that we will try to get peace from our side then I feel the world will be a better place to live in.

Bhanujeet Singh Sudan

Be it Sri Lankan bombings or New Zealand firings, this is not at all communal harmony, this is communal disharmony. These issues cannot be solved by fighting, we need to sit down and talk. It can only be solved through dialogue.

Malhar Pandya

Such sad and cruel incidents anywhere on earth are inhuman and must not occur. We are not empowered enough to stop them on our own but we should be responsible. We should not promote these acts in any manner, be it social media, print media or any other form. Rather we should support respective governments to frame strict rules and take corrective action.

Samir Onkar

Whenever I hear these kinds of news, I feel very sad and at the same time, I feel anger towards those who are responsible for these vicious crimes. Frankly speaking, I actually don’t know how should these issues can be solved. I can just pray to God and hope that it never repeats again.

Aniruddh Dave

It’s very painful to know that this happened. Blasts in Srilanka, that too in a church! I don’t understand why anyone would do this especially on Easter. Last month they attacked in New Zealand mosques and now this. Terrorists clearly have no religion or beliefs.

Sumit Kaul

Violence in the name of religion or race is not new. It’s just been taken to enormous proportions today because technology is more advanced and therefore the ability to harm a larger number of people becomes a possibility. Of course, technology has also provided for increased and better surveillance which helps prevent or stop many such attacks. Having said that, until we address the basic cause, it will always be a cat and mouse game. The main cause I feel is that the thought of yesterday will not work today because circumstances are different. Religious texts that promote a divisive thought need to be re looked at and adjusted to today’s sensibilities and circumstances. In fact, as my guru Sadhguru says, I think it’s time for us all to move from religion towards responsibility. Becoming spiritual is the only way out for society. We read about the idea of singularity, meaning that everything is essentially one. If that becomes a living real experience for you, if you see everyone as a part of you, you don’t need a religious text to tell you not to harm another. It will automatically be an extension of your humanity.

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Ami Pramesh Modi Spiritual healer on Gratitude



Ami Pramesh Modi: Gratitude will help mental and physical healing


Spiritual healer Ami Pramesh Modi says that peace is what most people are seeking today. She adds that being grateful is the first step to happiness. “Basically, everyone is in need of mental healing as in today’s day and age, people are the most deprived of peace. For mental healing, everyone should focus on their own life. These days people are so involved in others’ lives that they have no time to be grateful. The day you start being grateful, you will experience both mental and physical healing,” she says.

To explain the concept of healing and its significance in one’s life, Ami says, “Healing itself explains its quality. Healing means hope, healing means confidence, healing means the courage to face life and its situations again. You yourself have the power to heal yourself. It’s not a person or a planet that can fix things, you have to heal yourself as there is no power bigger than you.”

She recently held a spiritual retreat as well. Talking about that, she says, “Our ShreeSava annual Sangh has been going on for the last 20 years. But this year the members that attended the Sangh gave us feedback that not only did they feel blessed, spiritually connected with god but this year’s program and play – love you zindagi, taught them small meaningful things that routine life wasn’t able to teach them. They are empowered to live happier lives!”

Relationships define us and here are few tips by Ami on how to resolve differences in relationships. “First, be grateful, stop comparing, stop complaining, value your parents and family. Adopt an approach where you don’t say why me, always say try me. All these tips are very normal but actually, all these are reasons for everyone’s unhappiness. So be mindful and apply these tips on a day to day basis and you’ll be most happy!”

The secret to a healthy relationship is simple, says Ami. “There needs to be a constant effort to maintain and nurture a relationship. Give time and love and never take anything for granted.  Each individual issue has a specific remedy but here are some general tips. The spiritual reasons behind the way things are are that stars are very important in a relationship. If you’re really facing a tough time, you should seek the help of whichever Dharm guru you believe in. One small tip, the wife should always be on the left side of the husband,” she adds.


The healer is currently based in Ahmedabad and is planning to expand to Mumbai soon. “We have been coming to Mumbai for the last 10 years but now we have a regular presence there. We provide solutions to vastu, aura, energy, studies, marriage, kids progress and all business-related problems,” she says.

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