Mobile Phone Is Boon or Bane

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We all know mobile phones and their extensive usage.Initially when the cell phones were launched in the market it was available to all but affordable only for a set of people who could avail it. Phone is the symbol of emergency however, today's cell phone technology has become a status symbol. When compared with the scenario has now changed. It is found everywhere and in everybody’s hand right from a school kid to an old man begging on the street. Phones in previous days were considered to be used at times of emergency but these days it has become a part and parcel of one’s life and an essential medium to lead lives.

School kids are fond of texting and making calls to their friends while old people find it tedious to cope up with the latest technology. This inspired me to weave a story. Let’s all read a small story of a girl Neeli and her addiction to mobile.

"Why am I receiving so many messages on my phone every night, wondered Neeli?" She was amazed to see messages from a number which she recognized but vaguely remembered. She got up every morning startled to see her phone over flowing with messages. She was about to open the messages but suddenly realized that she had to rush to her college. She looked at the wall clock, it was eight thirty in the morning and she was getting late to her college. She rushed into the bath-room, looked into the mirror hung on the wall, Neeli had developed dark circles around her eyes which looked awkward exactly opposite to her fair skin. She completed her morning chores and arrived at the dining-table to eat her break-fast. Neeli’s mother was waiting for her to get down from her bed-room. Neeli started to gobble up the sandwich even without a word and gulped a glass of water and bid good-bye to her mother and rushed out of the house.

She came to the bus-stop and soon did she realize that she had missed the college bus and she had to avail the public transport. She trampled her feet and looked into her watch. She waited...
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