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Indian American teen invents 20-second charger

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mohan janardhan
20 sec.charger
by mohan janardhan on May 22, 2013 12:26 PM  | Hide replies

First accept my congrats. Its realy an unbelievable wonder by an 18. Twenty secs.
Cant even imagine. I, 72 yrs old,congrtulate your parents too. They have given us a gifted girl, who inturn gifted this for the uuiverse.Thanks. = JMOHAN,Bangalore

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Shantanu Chakraborty
Re: 20 sec.charger
by Shantanu Chakraborty on Jun 07, 2013 08:54 PM
Very true...what she has done is a lot due to the gr8 upbringing of her parents. Our salute to then also

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babasaheb tarkase
It is a super charger.
by babasaheb tarkase on May 21, 2013 10:58 PM

Great guns keep on firing as marathi girl does keep it up my daughter.

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Indians shine only in foreign countries
by nrmgrm on May 21, 2013 10:49 PM  | Hide replies

back home rest all are watching IPL and gossipping abt sreesanth ill gotten 40 lacs

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sanjay kulkarni
Re: Indians shine only in foreign countries
by sanjay kulkarni on May 21, 2013 11:01 PM
It is because -
1. In USA, only talent works - no religion, no caste, no reservations
2. Innovations are encouraged in USA and other countries more than in India. HEre, we are fighting for survival (Roti, Kapada and Makan), where is time for innovation?
3. Every new thought is welcomed in USA. thats the reason, you will find more starup (even though sucess ratio is 2/10) opened mostly in USA.
4. Quality education system in higher studies and equivalent funding is provided for most of universities in USA. In India, funding is provided so that USA companies can get skilled labour from top institutes.
5. Opportunities are more to be productize in USA. In India, if you try to invent, more than supporting your invention, politicians/gundas will be behind you to get that innovation on their names

Indians have SLAVE mentality - always follwers

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sanjay kulkarni
Re: Re: Re: Indians shine only in foreign countries
by sanjay kulkarni on May 21, 2013 11:50 PM
I am trying to tell the reality only. Mind your words.

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Prashanth Talla
Re: Re: Indians shine only in foreign countries
by Prashanth Talla on May 21, 2013 11:23 PM
Do something to change this. May be everyone should start bringing changes from their homes...atleast let the kids excel in whatever they wish instead of forcing them to become doctors/engineers only etc

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Re: Re: Re: Indians shine only in foreign countries
by sivanantham on May 22, 2013 08:16 AM
well said Prashanth.
ONLY collective effort will bring development NOT just criticizing.

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Re: Re: Indians shine only in foreign countries
by sivanantham on May 22, 2013 08:14 AM
@Sanjay: It is good to see that U have pointed out our inabilities. In fact, every human has own merits and demerits. If U started blaming about one's demerits, then there is no end. Better we have to find out solutions for our problems. Just blaming our-self will give nothing.
We are following western culture in terms of bad things such as drinking alcohols, wearing modern dresses etc.,
But we are NOT following western culture in terms of their good things such as work culture, following rules etc., These are the main reasons for inability to become developed country.
U have mentioned that Indians have SLAVE mentality. My question to U is whether do U have SLAVE mentality?
Once upon a time even Americans were ruled and looted by great British fellows. But today Americans are ruling whole world. This one become possible because of their growth in science and technology. We have to focus our concentration towards science and technology rather than cinema and cricket. Then only we will develop. Sadly we have very small number our own industries as compared to developed countries.
In addition, unfortunately our education system is giving mostly importance to memorizing some paragraphs and writing exams rather than doing more experiments and thinking in creative manner that can lead to innovation. In order to be successful, we(mostly younger generation) need to think differently in progressive way and bring drastic development in our education and research. Let us hope for bes

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mohan janardhan
Re: Indians shine only in foreign countries
by mohan janardhan on May 22, 2013 12:33 PM
The intelligent citizens are filtered & taken by Americans .
There is no Govt.here to award a reward of 50 thousands USD.They dont have time,excepting how to make money for themselves.=JMOHAN

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k singh
A teen invents 20-second charger
by k singh on May 21, 2013 10:41 PM

Good luck for your future.

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arun vajpayee
We are proud of you ESHA!!!
by arun vajpayee on May 21, 2013 10:05 PM

Eshaa, I am sure that once you read all these comments you may feel a bit upset with some nonsense and headless people but I am sure you have those nerves to defy them all by creating newer concepts for the betterment of mankind!!! Hearty wishes to you and your parents...Kudos, and keep do it up!!!

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anita jadhav
by anita jadhav on May 21, 2013 06:51 PM

kudos girl!keep it up!

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Sheetal Kaur
Indian American teen invents 20-second charger
by Sheetal Kaur on May 21, 2013 06:48 PM

Battery chargers were developed (Not Invented) way back when first accumulator was developed.
She has not invented but developed a super charger.
Invention is something that has never existed any where in the world before.
Still it is good to know that a fast charger has been developed and India (although indirectly)has it name attached to it
Now we need some one to develop a battery that hold its charge for at least a month before recharging.
My best wishes to Eesha Khare, may she progress better in her life.

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Nol I
by Nol I on May 21, 2013 04:56 PM  | Hide replies

That sounds like serious groundbreaking stuff. All the best for your efforts Eesha.

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Vasant Vihar
Re: Wow
by Vasant Vihar on May 21, 2013 05:21 PM

Nothing groundbreaking in the case!

It would be groundbreaking if she develops or invents a battery that can be a undischargeable power source!

If you have seen the Tom Cruise Movie 'Knight and Day', you will get an idea about the concept of undischargeable power source!

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World Explorer
Re: Re: Wow
by World Explorer on May 21, 2013 06:14 PM
@Mr Vasant. learn to appreciate first!

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jacob alex
Re: Re: Re: Wow
by jacob alex on May 22, 2013 10:53 AM
Vasant...u are an impossible A..hole...imagine Intel awarding the girl and you say it is not pathbreaking and u are comparing it with some sick movie...in movie they show lots of stuff....and if u think all that is possible...u need to visit a lots of specialist doctors...take care...

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saravanan saravanan
nice job dear
by saravanan saravanan on May 21, 2013 04:23 PM

nice job dear... long live!! pls dont give rights to US company.. instead.. u can be a partner (joint venture or something) ..


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