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Responses to this column have been overwhelming, as always. This week we welcome your views on 'Have kids forgotten board games? ' Send in your responses (not exceeding 150 words) before March 7 to the Metroplus, The Hindu, 147/2A, 80-Feet Road, K.K. Nagar, Madurai-20 or email to maduraimetro@thehindu.co.in along with your passport size colour photograph in jpeg format.

Due to the evolution of science and technology, the gap between man and machines is getting bridged but between man and nature is increasing tremendously. Man, in general, conditioned to comfort and luxury created by science, tends to exploit it to a greater extent. And this can be disadvantageous too. Nowadays, it is impossible to imagine a life without gadgets. Man can control machines as long as they are used with great responsibility and accountability. Otherwise, gadgets can prove to be harmful to nature and also we will be digging our own graves.

K.Satya Sai,

Madurai.

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