'Phir chali gayi?' This is a phrase which broke the record in my house last week for being spoken the maximum number of times. The earlier record was predictably held by 'kuchh khaane ko hai?'Although in my unfortunate case, 'phir chali gayi' could also refer to the rapid frequency with which maids keep changing, but this time, it was about the more universal usage of there being no electricity, or as we usually say - 'light chali gayi'. Regardless of which political party or private firm claims credit, for the past few years, one had got used to life without much of load shedding. Even if it did during peak summers, the duration of it would be such that the inverter wouldn't let us feel the pinch.