A person named Manav lost some valuable items in the by-lanes of Jeevan Society. The police found him in an incoherent state and what could be gathered from the bits and pieces that he spoke was;
That day itself he had joined his job and he found out that all his education had been a waste. Since then he has been trying to find out what is really needed for a job.
He tried to help a small girl to climb a tree. Her mother came and slapped him and told him never to touch a child again.
He wanted a meal but if he had a good meal, he could not eat for the next one week, his salary could not afford it.
He went to deliver a packet at his boss’s house, only to find out that the water hose was running though the garden was flooded with water. His tenement received water only twice in a week.
Though Manav was mumbling a lot many things but the reporter could not gather more than these as she herself started searching for the things that Jeevan lost. If any reader finds any, he/she can please hand over the lost properties at the office address of this newspaper.
Written as a part of Write over the Weekend (WOW) an initiative for Indian Bloggers by blogadda. The theme this week was to
Invent a hot and sensational news headlines and write a story about it this weekend.
My post may not be hot and sensational but then that is how life is nowadays with mistrust, lack of compassion or common sense etc etc. I am on this search…are you?
WoW post, Bhagyashree and a perfectly woven headline in the most simplistic and journalistic manner. I’m still thinking over some headlines to work for the WoW post:)
this is te problem we face, too much divide
and hey great headline .. but in our nation i doubt if anyone will give it a second thought after reading it once 🙂
our education system is really a waste generating not men of knowledge and skill but order obeying robots.
My wow post Headline
That is the real news of a common man.. but immersed and lost in the tides of news about politics and cinema.. nice read 🙂
Still searching… 🙂
True, Bhagya! How terribly sad. Aren’t we all culprits in this apathy?