Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Share your stories

Hello peeps,


Are you looking to share any experiences or incidents that have brought a major change in you? Would you like to share a story of yours which has a huge impact on your life? Are you a good story writer and would like to showcase your skills to the world? Then why waste time thinking?

Share your stories with us & with everyone.

Write to us at sharewithsrm@gmail.com & we shall let the world know it.

Stop thinking and start writing. Take care & keep rocking.

Sriram Mallik Mocherla.

Monday, October 10, 2016

Hawk Eye Application & Safety tips for Women

Hello people,
Here are few safety tips for Women, along with an application that helps women to report in case of any emergencies to the police team.

Have you ever felt frightened or intimidated when out walking alone? Have you ever wondered what you should do if approached by an attacker? Have you ever worried about becoming yet another home invasion statistic?
The sad reality is that we live in an increasingly violent society in which the fear of crime is ever-present. Personal safety has become an issue of importance for everyone, but especially for women.
1. Awareness: Your first line of defence. Most people think of kicks to the groin and blocking punches when they hear the term "self-defence." However, true self-defence begins long before any actual physical contact. The first, and probably most important, component in self-defence is awareness: awareness of yourself, your surroundings, and your potential attacker's likely strategies. The criminal's primary strategy is to use the advantage of surprise. Studies have shown that criminals are adept at choosing targets who appear to be unaware of what is going on around them. By being aware of your surroundings and by projecting a "force presence," many altercations which are commonplace on the street can be avoided. 

2. Use your sixth sense. "Sixth sense." "Gut instinct." Whatever you call it, your intuition is a powerful subconscious insight into situations and people. All of us, especially women, have this gift, but very few of us pay attention to it. Learn to trust this power and use it to your full advantage. Avoid a person or a situation which does not "feel" safe-you're probably right. 
3. Self-defence training. It is important to evaluate the goals and practical usefulness of a women's self-defence program before signing up. Here are two tips: 
  • a) Avoid martial arts studios unless you specifically wish to train in the traditional martial arts techniques and are prepared for a long-term commitment. Many women's self-defence programs teach watered-down martial arts techniques that are complex and unrealistic under the stress of an actual attack.

  • b) The self-defence program should include simulated assaults, with a fully padded instructor in realistic rape and attack scenarios, to allow you to practice what you've learned.

4. Escape: Always your best option. What if the unthinkable happens? You are suddenly confronted by a predator who demands that you go with him-be it in a car, or into an alley, or a building. It would seem prudent to obey, but you must never leave the primary crime scene. You are far more likely to be killed or seriously injured if you go with the predator than if you run away (even if he promises not to hurt you). Run away, yell for help, throw a rock on a store or car window-do whatever you can to attract attention. And if the criminal is after your purse or other material items, throw them one way while you run the other. 

5. Your right to fight. Unfortunately, no matter how diligently we practice awareness and avoidance techniques, we may find ourselves in a physical confrontation. Whether or not you have self-defence training, and no matter what your age or physical condition, it is important to understand that you CAN and SHOULD defend yourself physically. You have both the moral and legal right to do so, even if the attacker is only threatening you and hasn't struck first. Many women worry that they will anger the attacker and get hurt worse if they defend themselves, but statistics clearly show that your odds of survival are far greater if you do fight back. Aim for the eyes first and the groin second. Remember, though, to use the element of surprise to your advantage-strike quickly, and mean business. You may only get one chance. 
6. Pepper spray: Pros and cons. Pepper spray, like other self-defence aids, can be a useful tool. However, it is important to understand that there can be significant drawbacks to its use. For example, did you know that it doesn't work on everyone? Surprisingly, 15-20% of people will not be incapacitated even by a full-face spray. Also, if you're carrying it in your purse, you will only waste time and alert the attacker to your intentions while you fumble for it. Never depend on any self-defence tool or weapon to stop an attacker. Trust your body and your wits, which you can always depend on in the event of an attack. 
7. Home invasions: A crime on the rise. The primary way to prevent a home invasion is simply to never, ever open your door unless you either are certain you know who's on the other side or can verify that they have a legitimate reason for being there (dressing up as a repair person or even police officer is one trick criminals use). In the event that an intruder breaks in while you're home, you should have a safe room in your house to which you can retreat. Such a room should be equipped with a strong door, deadbolt lock, phone (preferably cell phone), and a can of pepper spray or fire extinguisher. 
8. Avoiding a car-jacking. Lock all doors and keep windows up when driving. Most car-jackings take place when vehicles are stopped at intersections. The criminals approach at a 45 degree angle (in the blind spot), and either pull you out of the driver's seat or jump in the passenger's seat. 
9. A travel tip. Violent crimes against women happen in the best and worst hotels around the world. Predators may play the part of a hotel employee, push their way through an open or unlocked door, or obtain a pass key to the room. As with home safety, never open your door unless you are certain the person on the other side is legitimate, and always carry a door wedge with you when you travel. A wedge is often stronger than the door it secures. 
10. Safety in cyberspace. Although the Internet is educational and entertaining, it can also be full of danger if one isn't careful. When communicating on-line, use a nickname and always keep personal information such as home address and phone number confidential. Instruct family members to do the same. Keep current on security issues, frauds, viruses, etc.
Streets, bus stands, railway stations, parks and other public places should be for everyone to access and enjoy. Yet for many women they are the scenes of harassment. Everyday women face systematic assault on their fundamental right to free movement and personal dignity.
Sexual Harassment affects all women in some form or the other. Lewd remarks, touching, wolf-whistles, "looks" are part of any woman's life, so much so that it is dismissed as normal. Working women are no exception. In fact, working women most commonly face the backlash, to women taking new roles, which belong to male domains especially in the organized sector. In the unorganized sector also it is widely prevalent. Studies have shown that sexual harassment is still endemic, often hidden, and present in all kinds of organisations. 40-60% working women face harassment at working places.
Within the four walls of homes, the violence against women is quite high. Domestic violence against is widely prevalent, but has remained largely invisible. Statistics reveal that 45% of Indian women are slapped, kicked or beaten by their husbands. (ICRW 2002) .32% had committed acts of violence against their pregnant wives. Every 60 minutes a woman dies in India due to domestic violence. Women accept violence because social norms sanction them. At the same time, cultural conditioning and economic dependence prevent the vast majority of women leaving their marital homes. Though there is criminal law to prevent domestic violence, the recent civil law Protection of women from Domestic Violence is aimed at providing relief, compensation and support to a woman.
1. In India, Dowry system that has been prevailing amongst every society and affected lives of the people who are involved in marriage and on those who are around.

2. When Princesses of a dynasty got married, the King offered, out of overwhelming joy, a part of his wealth and his State to his Sons-in-Law in a grand wedding function. His Ministers also followed this regal practice as a protocol. The public in general, irrespective of rich and poor, followed this showy practice to maintain 'prestige' and felt great at par with the still rich society
3. This dubious matrimonial tradition however, seeped into the homes of the poor and downtrodden people to muster a false respect. By then there was already present a guilty conscious feeling of giving birth to and fostering of girl children. Also the growing percentage of female births over male children contributed its share to the corrupt system. The fact that every home having more girls than boys alarmed the elders make hurry the marriage of their daughters and created a ground for competition.
4. The Dowry system has recently become so popular that every groom felt proud and gaudy on the number of items, weight of gold and amount of money he received.
5. The parents of the girls too sighed in relief over gifting their sons-in-law with such things. They relaxed indebted because their daughters will be well respected and best treated by their in-laws, as compared to their counterparts.

As a part of Citizen Friendly and Responsive Policing, Hyderabad City Police takes another step forward by Launching a Mobile APP titled "HAWK EYE" to empower common man to become Citizen Police. This Citizen friendly Mobile APP lets you to be in touch with Hyderabad Police always. !!
SOS button for accessing help in Emergencies.
Report Us on
·         Trafficviolations
·         HappeningCrimes, Criminal information
·         Crimeagainst woman
·         Violationsby Police
·         Suggestions for Improved Policing
·         ReportGood Work done by Police
 Register details of Servant/Worker/Tenant with Police
 Enrollment for Community Policing
 Access to all Contact Numbers of HyderabadCity Police at one place.
 Status Report on Information furnished.
Be a Citizen Police .... through Hawk Eye Mobile App     
It's available for both Android & iOS.

Thanks and regards,
Sriram Mallik.

Saturday, June 11, 2016

Be the change!! Love your parents!!

Hello readers,

Hoping this post would be read by you all in your good health. It's quite normal that we see people in their early thirties or forties yell at their parents for silly things. I agree that they might annoy us to a certain extent with repeated questions, unnecessary doubts, few messy things which they might have done because of their helplessness due to age factor etc. But think honestly, how many of us might have done the same when we were kids? Do you really think they should be apologized for such behaviour towards them? If your answer is NO, then undoubtedly you're a stone hearted person. For such people, "SORRY PALS!! THIS ARTICLE ISN'T FOR YOU GUYS". 

To be much precise, I feel very bad whenever I have a quarrel or whenever I yell at them. It takes time for me to understand whatever I've done was wrong. I know that most of us feel like apologizing to them immediately but there's something that stops us.. It might take time but one day you'll realize that it's nothing but EGO. You'll definitely be happy, the day you learn to apologize them. As they are the people who taught you what life is, they are the ones who had faced the worst situations just to see us grow. Our parents stopped eating just to feed us better. They worked hard to earn a better livelihood so that we don't face any problems in our lives. And is it not minimal to apologize them for being rude and to love them more?

For all those who have been waiting for the right moment, go ahead and tell your parents how much you love them. Re-think all the moments which we've spent from our childhood, the hardships they faced for us and probably it's the right time we share the moment of LOVE with them. Make sure we do it even before it's late. Few of them might not be that lucky to share their feelings after reading this article but try not to be rude with them from now on. Remember that we might not be like the way they dreamt of but definitely, we could be better than what we are now.

So my dear readers, be the change. Few might be in a desperation to show the world about their status and wellness but just before doing it, do ensure your parents are the first to notice the change. Their love and blessings would definitely count. Please don't ignore them by leaving them at old-age homes etc. They would have left us in day cares like the way most of us are leaving our parents in old-age homes. But they wanted us to be a part of their love and caring. So why not give them the same love which they gave? Or probably a bit of more love than what they showered on us from their childhood? Take time and recollect few important aspects of your life and the presence of your family.

If you feel that you'd like to tell your parents how much you love them, it's never late. Walk to them and tell them how important they are. I'm going to do the same right now. And don't forget, do let us know  now you felt, either by commenting on this article or write to us at sharewithsrm@gmail.com
Any stories that you'd like to share about your family, your love life, any good friendship messages that  you'd like to let our readers know, please do write to us.


Thanks for your time & regards,
Sriram Mallik. 

Thursday, June 9, 2016

Tips to maintain good friendship

Hello visitors.. Hope everyone's doing well.. It's quite natural that we get to make a lot of friends and we also know that friendship starts when communication is built between two people who later share few common interests.. However we also often see few opinion differences, misunderstandings between friends which might end up in bringing a permanent, uncovered distance between people. So here are few tips to keep up friendship and not to break the bond. 

P.S : Special thanks to Ammu for this wonderful article. 

- If being happy is your only motive for wanting someone to be your friend, then you are not being a real friend. Don't get caught up in keeping tabs on who has given most in the friendship. Give to your friends regardless of how much they give to you.

- Real friends inspire and push each other to be the best that they can be, rather than drag each other down. They are happy when other people achieve their goals.

- Don't let hurt turn to grudge. This is one sure way to destroy a friendship. Forgive your friend and move on.

- This is one way to show concern for others. If you really care, you will tactfully point out a specific example for his own good. But once you've brought the problem to your friend's attention, don't harp on it all the time. Don't walk away from a friendship when you see some of your friend's faults. Be patient with a friend as he or she tries to change. Realize that nobody is perfect.

- When you say you are going to be there, be there.

- Real friendship does not mean you always have to be together. It may be tempting to have a fun person all to yourself, and feel threatened when your friend spends time with others. If you are afraid to let your friends out of your sight, you are probably afraid of losing them. Good friendship will endure time spent apart. You and your friends may learn to appreciate each other even more.

- Celebrate with them if your friends are excited about something. But don't be there just for the good times. When your friend is upset about something, give them your full attention. Most of the time, what friends really need is a sympathetic ear, someone who understand their feelings.

- Be careful not to evaluate other people by how you react in a particular situation. Do not automatically take your friends' behavior personally.

- Learn and be willing to keep each other's secrets.

- Suppose you're having a discussion with a friend and after you've said what you think is true, they still disagree. Don't keep arguing until you get mad with each other. Just drop it. Your desire to win the argument may ruin your friendship.

Hope you guys liked this article.. Do keep visiting us for more and do feel free to write to us at sharewithsrm@gmail.com
Love and be loved

Thanks and regards,
Sriram Mallik.
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Saturday, June 4, 2016

Be the writer!!

Hello people,

Hope everyone's doing well. Very sorry for not updating anything.. Not finding the time to do.. However I am planning to launch a series of articles very soon.. Will keep you all updated with the postings. And here's a chance to  be a writer yourself. Do send me any articles which you've written or which you like that you saw on the internet or which you'd like to share with others to my email. Will post it tagging you.

You can write to me at sriramthecupidofvizag@gmail.com or sharewithsrm@gmail.com and we shall post it tagging your name. This would also be shared to FACEBOOK & TWITTER too.

Will be waiting for the emails. C'mon people gear up and keep sending whatever you'd like to let the fellow readers read.

P.S : No offensive posts please.

Sriram Mallik Mocherla. 

Thursday, February 4, 2016

Valentines Week 2016

It's the month of LOVE, February. Valentines' Week is back again...

Here is some info I've gathered about the Valentine's week Calendar for this year.

Valentine week days name
Sunday, February 7, 2016: Rose Day 

Monday, February 8, 2016: Propose Day 

Tuesday, February 9, 2016: Chocolate Day 

Wednesday, February 10, 2016: Teddy Day 

Thursday, February 11, 2016: Promise Day

Friday, February 12, 2016: Hug Day 

Saturday, February 13, 2016: Kiss Day 

Sunday, February 14, 2016: Valentine Day

So start this week with a ROSE, Propose your love to her, Sweeten your relationship with a Chocolate, Gift her a very cute Teddy, Promise her that you'd be with her forever no matter what, Share your feelings with a tight Hug, Kiss her and show how much you love her and be her Valentine forever.

With Love and best regards,
Sriram Mallik

Thursday, October 8, 2015

Change in domain

Hello people,

We have migrated from www.sharewithus.in to www.sharewithus.co.in
The regular blogger domain www.loveguru-srm.blogspot.in still remain the same.

Thank you every one for encouraging us and we hope to see the same encouragement in the future too :)

Sriram Mallik Mocherla.