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Trudeau Consulting Opposition on Parliament Timing Edmonton (ATB): Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will decide whether Parliament sits before the end of this year after he wraps up a face-to-face meeting with opposition leaders in Ottawa next week, a senior Liberal source tells media. Trudeau has yet to decide on the timing of a throne speech and the introduction of legislation to cut taxes for the 2020 tax year. He also has to pick the lineup for his new cabinet and make some senior staffing choices in his own office. If Trudeau decides not to open the House of Commons in December, it’s likely to convene early in the new year. Katie Telford will stay on as Trudeau’s chief of staff, said the Liberal source — despite persistent rumours of her appointment as Canada’s next ambassador to Washington. Apart from Telford’s position, the source said, further PMO staffing decisions are on hold until the cabinet is finalized and the

staffing needs of the new ministers have been met. Liberals have been pushing for Trudeau to make big changes to his inner circle, with many MPs and party insiders complaining about the way the firstterm PMO operated. This discontent intensified during the S N C - L a v a l i n controversy and in the months leading up to the election. “There is a recognition of the need to bring in other voices and make processes work better,” the source said. “But it’s still a team that just won a really hard election and there is a recognition of that.” Gerry Butts resigned as Trudeau’s principal secretary over the fallout from the SNCLavalin affair. While he played a role on the Liberals’ election campaign team, he is not expected to return to the PMO. Trudeau will unveil his new cabinet on Nov. 20. The loss of cabinet ministers Ralph Goodale and Amarjeet Sohi mean there will be at least two changes around the table; the senior

Liberal source cautioned there could be more. There is no guarantee that all re-elected ministers will return to cabinet, the senior source said, adding some departments might be restructured to reflect new priorities and the new reality of a minority Parliament. Trudeau brought in former deputy prime minister Anne McLellan and Isabelle H u d o n , Canada’s ambassador to France, to advise him on the transition from majority government to minority. Their primary task has been vetting people for the new cabinet — interviewing reelected ministers and potential candidates for promotion. One question being asked in Liberal circles is whether Trudeau should redeploy Chrystia

Freeland from Global Affairs to a domestic portfolio. Freeland earned significant public respect for her handling of the NAFTA negotiations and there is a sense among some Liberals that her skill-set could be extremely helpful at home in a minority government. “Freeland remains an open question. Where to use that talent remains an open question,” the senior Liberal said. Finance has been suggested as a potential destination for Freeland; sending her there would make Freeland the first woman ever to hold that job in Canada. But multiple Liberal sources say that Bill Morneau is unlikely to move from the government’s top economic post. Trudeau also is still working on a plan to ensure the interests of

Saskatchewan and Alberta are properly represented at the cabinet table, after an election which saw no Liberals at all elected in those provinces. The senior Liberal source said that plan hasn’t been settled yet, but suggested that results will matter more to people in Alberta and Saskatchewan than

any cabinet tinkering. “The West can smell bullshit. So just get the pipeline built. Show competency on that,” the source said. Trudeau also has to consider the health of two of his senior ministers as he picks his cabinet. I n t e r g o v e r n m e n tal Affairs Minister Dominic LeBlanc was sidelined during the

election campaign to finish his cancer treatment. LeBlanc is expected to return to work soon. Less clear is the status of International Trade Diversification Minister Jim Carr, who was diagnosed with a type of blood cancer the day after the election. Carr is still in the early stages of

chemotherapy and dialysis treatment. “I am feeling well; my spirits are high. I spoke to the prime minister and reiterated my commitment to continue serving my constituents and all Canadians,” Carr said in a media statement. Trudeau has to walk tight rope being Minority Government.

Ahead of Kartarpur corridor ceremony, India flags terror threat concern with Pak New Delhi (ATB)-India has shared with Pakistan specific security threats posed by terror groups to the Kartarpur Corridor and will keep a very close watch for attempts by proKhalistan elements to misuse the project, people familiar with matter said on Wednesday. The corridor, which connects Dera Baba Nanak in India’s Gurdaspur to the Durbar Sahib gurdwara in Pakistan’s Kartarpur, can help build peace but is not expected to lead to any immediate breakthrough in the tense relations between the two sides, the people said. With just two days to go for the in-

auguration of the two separate sections of the corridor by India and Pakistan, the people said New Delhi had shared with Islamabad specific threats and concerns flagged by security agencies. They said the time had come for Pakistan to walk the talk about not allowing the corridor to be misused for activities detrimental to the inter-

ests of India.“We have highlighted specific threats from entities like Khalistan Liberation Force, Babbar Khalsa, Sikhs For Justice, Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-eMohammed in view of the heightened sensitivities. We have asked Pakistan to ensure there are adequate security arrangements and not to allow others to embarrass or harm

our dignitaries and pilgrims,” said a person familiar with planning for the project who spoke on condition of anonymity. “We have also asked Pakistan to ensure that the corridor isn’t used for anti-India activities or propaganda and they have assured us this won’t happen. We have to wait and watch, the proof of the pudding is in the eating,” the person added. The people noted that the agreement on the corridor signed by the two countries last month includes provisions for the suspension of operations in the event of certain exigencies and threat concerns.

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New Community Organization to Celebrate Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s 550th Gurpurab with Akhaand Paatth Seva (November 15-17) at Gurdwara Millwoods Edmonton, Alberta, (ATB)- As Sikhs worldwide commemorate Guru Nanak’s 550th gurpurab this year, the volunteers of Baba Nanak Trust (BNT) Foundation and their familiies are celebrating this historic anniversary with a Sri Akhand Paatth Sahib seva at Gurdwara Millwoods. On this auspicious occasion, and with the blessings of the saadh sangat, BNT will be launched as a seva society. Members of all faiths are cordially invited to share in this event to learn more about Guru Nanak’s gift to humanity: "There is but one God. True is His Name, creative His personality and immortal His form. He is without fear sans enmity, unborn and selfillumined. By the Guru's grace, he is obtained." In essence, every human being is equal – a tenet that Guru Nanak instilled in Sikhi through his teachings. We hope that through this initiative, we’ll be able to share this message, and more about the generosity and inclusivity of the Sikh faith with our neighbors. BNT Foundation Background Baba Nanak

Trust Foundation (BNT) is a new Edmonton-based community services non-profit organization. While BNT is still at the formative stage, after consulting with a number of community groups and healthcare professionals who have deep insights of a broad of challenges and conflicts arising in families, it has determined that there is a vital need to raise awareness and address culturally sensitive issues that are root causes of potentially more significant health and social problems in our families. The Vision of BNT is “Selfless service for the socially and psychologically vulnerable individuals in the South Asian Community”, and its Mission is, “Together, with trust and confidentiality, we help to enhance the lives of the isolated, abused, depressed, and under-privileged individuals in the South Asian community by providing culturallyoriented services.” Over the coming months, BNT will partner with organizations like Punjabi Community Health Services (PCHS) of Ontario to hold hands-on workshops on parenting, drug addiction, domestic abuse and

mental health. To engage our youth in selfless service, BNT is working with the University Hospital Foundation to modernize the Guru Nanak Dev Healing Garden at the Mazankowski Alberta Heart Institute – a legacy project for which the community contributed more than $2.3M. To commemorate the 10th anniversary of the opening of the Healing Garden, a special reunion reception is being be planned for early 2020. Much like the vision for the Guru Nanak Dev Healing Garden, the volunteers of BNT are exploring the viability of a community-focused Health & Wellness Centre that may include a “Mental Health Healing Garden” to help with the rapidly growing problems facing all ages groups in the Punjabi community. To volunteer and for more information, please contact Bhuvinder Kaur Gill (7809 0 5 - 7 2 7 4 ) . Sharanpal Singh Sandhu (780-9650013), Iqbal Singh Mahal (780995-7035), or Kashmir Singh Gill (780616-5057).

Daawat: Indian food with a touch of Nepalese hospitality Mary Thomas for and the Taas Lamb sizzler: crunchy lamb sliced fine, marinated and fried… yummm! As well as Chicken Sekhuwa with Saffron rice! The hospitality of the servers added to the taste of the dishes and made it a special experience: one that you can bring your family or friends to safely!

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As we walked into this 30-year-old establishment, with a rich décor, we were greeted by the middle enterprising and innovative owner, Prakash Neupane. Prakash has been in the hospitality industry for many years but purchased Daawat just 2 years ago. We tasted samples from the buffet while most dishes tasted lovely especially the Butter

Chicken, some felt a wee bit mundane. The first dishe served that Prakash seemed proud of was the Paneer Tikka and true to its name, it was succulent and delicious. There were a lot of mainstream community families dining there.Prakash explained that the SE Asian community visits at the later part of the evening. We slurped on the

Daawat with Rahil and Prakash

delicious Chass and ingested the naan and saffron rice with the unexpected Parsi dish Lamb Dhanshak and Goan dish, spicy Fish Vindaloo. These sauces could be improved to match the flavours I was used to in Mumbai and South India. The best dishes were the Nepalese staple: Chicken and veg Momos with spicy sesame chutney to die

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Native Village/Country parent’s background I belong toFaridabad, Haryana, India. My mother is a retired Govt. Teacher and my father was a renowned entrepreneur of the city. I am blessed to have my parentswho give me strong foundation in all aspects of life and teach me the real essence: God always pay backHard Work & Genuine Intentions. Your Early Education I did all my education in Faridabad &Delhi. I completed my PhD in Computer Science from Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi. I was working as an Associate Professor in an Engineering College till I came to Canada. When & Why You came to Canada I immigrated to Canada in 2015 with my husband & son, we came directly to Edmonton. Wecame here for better opportunities and healthier life. Your career advancement initiatives and present occupation In initial few months, I visited almost every academic institution of the city of Edmonton to find the best path. Then, I chose to pursue my field of Computer Science and joined NAIT for upgradation to adapt with the new academic environment. Due to some unavoidable circumstances, I had to go back to India for sometime, thus, dropped my studies. When I came back to Canada, I decided to study Immigration Law and joined the program, Immigration: Laws, Policies and Procedures from UBC, Vancouver. By the grace of my Almighty, I havefounded‘VM Immigration Services’with a goal to help professionals and students from across the world toimmigrate to Canada, legally andsmoothly. Your Regret in Life No regrets! My parents always believe in me and give me the freedom to take my own decisions and teach me to take full responsibility of every decision. Pick Any One of Your Best Achievements Hard to pick one as by God’s grace, have many moments to count,few of those are: I was happy, when I was awarded my doctoratedegree. I felt contented, whenever, I have been awarded the Best Teacher Award. I feel proud when I see my son growing in Canadian environment grounded withown culture and values. Now professionally, I get the sense of best achievement, whenever, I successfully solve the complex cases ofmy clients and their family members. Were You Ever Discriminated? No Are You Happy in Canada Absolutely. Any Comments on Canada’s Culture

‘Canada — A land of Equality and Opportunity’ Any Comments on Canada’s Weather No complaints about the weather,I rather appreciate the infrastructure, as life doesn’t stop, you are able to follow your daily routinecomfortably even in extreme conditions. What Brought You Success in Canada? My God and my family are my strength. Alsohard work, focused and continuous learning approach is the key. I put another way around, behind every successful woman is a man. My significant half, Bharat Chhabra has played a very important role in my life. Are You Willing To Help New Immigrants and How? Being an Immigrant myself, I understand the dreams,aspirations and challenges related to immigration. Also, I know the value of anhonest and knowledgeable guidance. I always try to help people around me by telling them the actual facts about the immigration process. Also, always try toassist newcomers to find their ways according to their profiles. I have plans under process to set up a formal setting where newcomers can come and share their challenges and concerns and we can assist and motivate them to find the right path. Your Message for Canadians of Asian Origin Feel blessed that you are at the best place on the earth.Canada provides a best environment to grow. Grab the best from their culture and always be tied with the best from our own culture, it will create the perfect community, “A best of both worlds”, which will be the best gift for our future generations. Always give back to society with positive energy, Always Motivate, do not Competeand Focuson your and your family’s academic & social growth, it will automatically lead to financial growth. Also, follow us on twitter @AsianTribuneEdm

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10 musicians pay tribute to Guru Nanak on 550th birth anniversary When it’s for a good cause, musicians are known to come together, and this time, 10 popular singers and composers have collaborated to pay tribute to Guru Nanak Dev on his 550th birth anniversary. Shankar Mahadevan, Salim Merchant, Shekhar Ravjianii, Shaan, Neeti Mohan, Jaspinder Narula, Richa Sharma, Kapil Sharma and Sukhshinder Shinda have sung a shabadh along with composersinger Harshdeep Kaur. “My aim was to compose something celebratory. I added aalaaps, adlibs and harmonies, so that each artiste gets to sing in their best style,” shares Harshdeep. Singer Shaan, who feels that he has always had a strong connect with Guru Nanak, says, “The divine shabadh is simple yet powerful, and celebrates the great


he shares. Shekhar, inEvery singer, terestingly, has had a who is a part of this special bond with project, has felt a di-

gurudwaras and he feels privileged to be a part of this song. “In the last few years, I’ve celebrated my birthday in the gurudwara where my family organised langar and we’ve done seva. I go there every week as I feel a sense of calm,” Also, follow us on twitter @AsianTribuneEdm

vine connect and that is what makes this one special. Salim believes that this song celebrates bhakti. His first visit to the Golden Temple had meant a lot. He shares, “I’d felt like I was a Sikh in my previous birth, there was

a divine power that told me that I’d been to the Golden Temple before. I felt a past life connection. This song meant a lot.” Shankar feels that being a part of a project like this is great and says, “There are very few moments in life, when you feel your hard work and passion is finally justified.” Standup-comic Kapil Sharma has a special reason to be a part of this tribute. He says, “I consider Harshdeep as my younger sister and I’m humbled that I could pay a tribute through this religious song.”

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Moving on from the RCEP India has finally decided not to become part of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP). The decision comes after seven years and tens of rounds of negotiations, and is likely to be widely debated. India is now not part of the 15-nation trade bloc — of the 10 Association of South East Asian Nations (Asean), China, Japan, South Korea, Australia, and New Zealand. India has said the deal disadvantages its services and agrarian sectors. It is also worried at the prospect of the country being flooded by cheap imports from China, some routed through the other RCEP signatories. And it is worried about the lack of adequate safeguards. Some of these are justifiable. For instance, the Asean China Free Trade Area agreement, signed in 2002, has benefitted China much more than it has the Asean countries. Yet, by not signing the deal, India has missed the opportunity to be part of global supply chains, and closed the door on some trade opportunities in the region — a not-so-easy tradeoff for a country that has grown its economy the fastest when exports have done well. There’s more, though. The Indian economy is in the grip of a slowdown now, and the country’s entry into RCEP at such a time would have caused significant pain. It may have meant more industrial distress. And it could have caused more jobs to be lost at a time when enough are definitely not being created. Whatever the reason, the deal is off for now, although India can choose to revisit it at a later date. The important question for New Delhi to ask is: “What now?” For one, bilateral trade agreements become even more important now. India would do well to close a trade deal with the US (which, like it, is also out of big trade blocs). It should also explore trade deals with Australia and other key countries in the region even as it works to close the renegotiation of its free trade agreement with Asean. For another, India will have to work hard (and use the time it is out of RCEP because, at some stage, it will have to become part of it) to make its own industry, including small industry, more competitive. That will require agricultural reform. It will mean addressing the crisis in the country’s financial sector. It may require new labour laws. In effect, it will require India to ensure that its industry and economy are competitive enough to hold their own.Protectionism is good as long as it serves the objective of boosting competitiveness. Thus far, India’s record on this isn’t great. Its high walls have usually served to make Indian industry and the economy complacent at best and downright uncompetitive at worst. That will have to change. Yash Sharma Editorial Team

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Kashmir: the battle that has polarised SE Asians around the world

Mary Thomas Associate Editor, Asian Tribune

On August 5, India’s government issued an unprecedented executive decree stripping away the autonomy that the state of Jammu and Kashmir was granted in

exchange for joining the Indian union after independence in 1947.Indian authorities imposed a lockdown in the region, cutting off all communication lines, restricting movement and putting elite Kashmiri politicians under house arrest. The government’s decision to revoke Article 370 of India’s constitution, which ensured the Muslim-majority state its own constitution and independence over all matters except foreign affairs, defence and

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communications, is the most far-reaching political move on the disputed region in the last seven decades. However, neither the Indian government’s decision to impose direct rule from New Delhi, nor its attempts to silence the Kashmiri cries for freedom and dignity is anything new. A brief look back in history makes it evident that Kashmir’s turmoil started long before the formation of modern India. Ever since its annexation by the Mughal empire in 1589 AD, Kashmir has never been ruled by Kashmiris. After the Mughals, the region was ruled by the Afghans (1753-1819), Sikhs (1819-46), and the Dogras (1846-1947) until the Indian and Pakistani states took over parts in 1947. Since October 1947, India and Pakistan fought multiple wars over Kashmir, both claiming to

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have the best interests of the local population in mind. But they both suppressed Kashmiri voices that criticised their actions and d e m a n d independence.Over the years, India and Pakistan have not left a single stone unturned to control the narratives of Kashmir. India used physical violence, encounters, rape and unlawful prosecutions. Meanwhile, Pakistan has not been an innocent supporter of the Kashmiri struggle, as it admitted to supporting and training armed terrorist groups in the valley, such as Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), in the 1990s. The battle has spilled over to the South East Asian Diaspora trying to get a grip on

their piece in conflict resolution. Further, politicians in countries of their residence join in rallies on either side without understanding that the seeds of this conflict are more religious and political to even touch with a stick. More than anything, it will do good for these politicians to come to terms with the fact that they can never truly understand the context entirely as it scales many centuries of strife. So, it is better not to add to the rising decibels of conflict their 2 cents.They simply have no control over this distant and highlypoliticised issue. Kashmir is a loaded word which has polarised Indians and Pakistanis as well as Hindus and Muslims everywhere, depending

on their political affiliations are on one side or the other.Instead of understanding that this further complicates the issue, we must realise we’re all one people and a peaceful solution is possible. Deep-seated trauma that has happened to communities around the world whether due to colonial oppression or tribal conflict, needs time, compassion and an openness to hearing the stories so they can be worked through. It requires a mindset change. Especially in such a highly charged situation politically and religiously, people need to work together to find a solution. The other option is Nuclear War. Take your pick! Write in your opinions to us at

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8 November, 2019

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Ï≈Ï≈ È≈È’ Á≈ √≥ÁÙ ∂ Í≥‹≈Ï «ÚË≈È √Ì≈ ÚºÒØ∫ ◊∞» È≈È’ Á∂Ú ‹∆ Á∂ EE@ √≈Ò≈ Íz’≈Ù ¿∞Â√Ú Á∂ ÓΩ’∂ ’≈¬∂ ◊¬∂ ı≈√ «¬‹Ò≈√ «Ú⁄ Ì≈ Á∂ ¿∞Í ≈Ù‡ÍÂ∆ ÚÀ∫’¬∆¡≈ È≈«¬‚±, √≈Ï’≈ ÍzË≈È Ó≥Â∆ ÓÈÓØ‘È «√≥ÿ ¡Â∂ Í≥‹≈Ï Á∂ Óπº÷ Ó≥Â∆ ¡Ó«≥Á «√≥ÿ È∂ «ÚÙ∂Ù Ì≈ÙÈ «ÁºÂ∂Õ ÓÈÓØ‘È «√≥ÿ È∂ ◊∞» È≈È’ Á∂ Ú ‹∆ Á∂ √≥ Á ∂ Ù ˘ Í≥ ‹ ≈Ï Á∂ ¡º ‹ Á∂ ‘≈Ò≈ È≈Ò ‹ØÛ ’∂ Ú∂ ÷ «Á¡ª «’‘≈ «’ ¡º‹ Á∂ Í≥‹≈Ï∆¡ª «Ú⁄Ø∫ Ï‘∞ √≈∂ ¿∞√ ≈‘ ”Â∂ È‘∆∫ Â∞ ‘∂ ‹Ø Ï≈Ï∂ È≈È’ È∂ «Ú÷≈¬∆ √∆Õ ÓÈÓØ‘È «√≥ÿ È∂ È«Ù¡ª Á∂ ÎÀÒ≈˙, Ú≈Â≈ÚÈ Á∂ ˜«‘∆Ò∂ ‘؉ ¡Â∂ ÒØ’ ◊∆ª Á∂ √«Ì¡≈⁄≈ ÂÏ≈‘ ‘؉ ¡Â∂ ¡«‹‘∂ ‘Ø ∞fi≈Ȫ Á≈ «˜’ ’«Á¡ª «’‘≈ «’ ◊∞» √≈«‘Ï Á∆ «√º«÷¡≈ ÈÀ«Â’ ÍÂÈ ˘ Ø’‰ Á≈ Óπº„ Ï≥È∑Á∆ ‘À Í ¡√∆∫ ◊∞» √≈«‘Ï Á∂ √≥Á∂Ù ÂØ∫ Á» ‘Ø ◊¬∂ ‘ªÕ ¡º‹ Á∂ Í≥‹≈Ï «Ú⁄ «ÙÚÂıØ∆, È«Ù¡ª Á≈ ÎÀÒ≈˙ Â∂ Í«Ú≈Ú≈Á Ì≈∆ ‘ÈÕ Í≥‹≈Ï∆¡ª Á≈ ÍÀ√∂ Â∂ «Á÷≈Ú∂ È≈Ò ÓØ‘ Ú∆ Ï‘∞ ÚË «◊¡≈ ‘ÀÕ ÓÈÓØ‘È «√≥ÿ È∂ «’‘≈ «’ ¡º‹ Á∂ √Ó∂∫ «Ú⁄ «¯’≈Íz√Â∆ ¡Â∂ ’º‡ÛÚ≈Á Óπº÷ ⁄π‰ΩÂ∆¡ª ‘È ¡Â∂ ◊∞» È≈È’ È∂ «¬È∑ª ∞fi≈Ȫ «Ú∞ºË Ú∆ ¡≈Ú≈˜ ÏπÒßÁ ’∆Â∆ √∆Õ ÓÈÓØ‘È «√≥ÿ È∂ Ô≈Á ’≈«¬¡≈ «’ ◊∞» √≈«‘Ï È∂ ËÓ Á∂ Ȫ ”Â∂ ¡ÀÙ ’È Ú≈Ò∂ ÒØ’ª Á≈ «ÚØË ’∆Â≈ √∆Õ ¡º‹ √≈‚∂ Á∂Ù «Ú⁄ ËÓ Á∂ Ȫ ”Â∂ ÍÀ√≈ ’Ó≈¿∞‰ Â∂ «√¡≈√ ’È Ú≈«Ò¡ª Á≈ ÏØÒÏ≈Ò≈ ‘ÀÕ ◊∞» √≈«‘Ï Á∆ Ï≈‰∆ ÍÛ∑«Á¡ª ÍÂ≈ Òº◊Á≈ ‘À «’ «ÙÚ ‘ ÁΩ Á≈ ¡«‘Ó ÓπºÁ≈ «‘≈ ‘ÀÕ ◊∞» √≈«‘Ï È∂ ¡≈͉∂ √Ó∂∫ Á∂ ‘≈’Óª Â∂ ¡«‘Ò’≈ª Áπ¡≈≈ Úº„∆ ÒÀ‰ Ï≈∂ «’‘≈, ““≈‹≈ «È¡≈¿∞ ’∂ ‘«Ê ‘Ø«¬®”” Ì≈Ú ‘≈’Ó Á∂ ‘ºÊ ”Â∂ ÍÀ√≈ º÷Ø, Úº„∆ «Á¿∞ ª ¿∞‘ «È¡ª ’Á≈ ‘ÀÕ «ÙÚÂıØ ’≈˜∆¡ª «Ú∞ºË ¡≈Ú≈˜ ÏπÒßÁ ’«Á¡ª ¿∞È∑ª «’‘≈, ““’≈‹∆ ‘Ø«¬ ’À Ï‘À «È¡≈«¬® Î∂∂ Â√Ï∆ ’∂ ÷πÁ≈«¬® Ú„∆ ÒÀ ’∂ ‘’ ◊Ú≈«¬®““ Í≥‹≈Ï Á∂ «√¡≈√ÂÁ≈Ȫ ¡Â∂ ¡«Ë’≈∆¡ª ˘ √Ø⁄‰≈ ⁄≈‘∆Á≈ ‘À «’ «ÙÚÂıØ∆ «‹√ «Ú∞ºË Ï≈Ï≈ ‹∆ È∂ ¬∂È∂ √ı ÙÏÁª «Ú⁄ ¡≈Ú≈˜ ÏπÒßÁ ’∆Â∆, ¡º‹ Í≥‹≈Ï Á∂ ‘ √’≈∆ «ÚÌ≈◊ ¡Â∂ ‹ÈÂ’ ‹∆ÚÈ Á∂ ÍØ ÍØ «Ú⁄ «’¿∞∫ √Ó≈ ⁄πº’∆ ‘ÀÕ Í«‘Òª √Ó≈‹ «ÙÚ ÒÀ‰ Ú≈Ò∂ «√¡≈√ÂÁ≈Ȫ Â∂ ¡«Ë’≈∆¡ª ˘ ȯ Á∆ «È◊≈‘ È≈Ò Ú∂÷Á≈ √∆ Í ‘∞‰ ¡«‹‘∂ «Ú¡’Â∆¡ª ˘ √ÈÓ≈È «ÓÒÁ≈ ‘ÀÕ ◊∞» È≈È’ Á∂Ú ‹∆ Á≈ EE@Úª Íz’≈Ù ¿∞Â√Ú ÓÈ≈¬∂ ‹≈‰ √Ó∂∫ Í≥‹≈Ï∆¡ª ˘ ‚±≥ÿ∂ ¡≈ÂÓ-«⁄≥ÂÈ Á∆ ˜» ‘ÀÕ ÒØ’ª «Ú⁄ «¬√ Íz’≈Ù ¿∞Â√Ú Á∂ √Ï≥Ë «Ú⁄ ’∆Â∂ √Ó≈◊Óª Ò¬∆ ‚±≥ÿ≈ ¿∞ÂÙ≈‘ ‘ÀÕ ’Â≈Íπ Òªÿ∂ Á∂ ÷πºÒ∑‰ È∂ «¬√ Íz’≈Ù ¿∞Â√Ú ˘ ‘Ø ı≈√ ω≈ «ÁºÂ≈ ‘À Â∂ Ò◊̺◊ GB Ú«∑¡ª Ï≈¡Á ÒØ’ª ˘ ¿∞√ ÌØ«¬≥ Á∂ ÁÙÈ ’È ˘ «ÓÒ‰◊∂ «‹ºÊ∂ Ï≈Ï≈ ‹∆ È∂ ¡≈͉∆ ¿∞Ó Á∂ ¡≈ı∆ Ú∑∂ «ÏÂ≈¿∞∫«Á¡ª ¡≈͉∆ Ï≈‰∆ «Ú⁄ «ÁºÂ∂ ◊¬∂ ‘ºÊ∆∫ «’ ’È Á∂ √πÈ∂‘∂ ˘ ¡ÓÒ∆ »Í «ÁºÂ≈Õ ¡º‹ Á≈ Í≥‹≈Ï «’ ÂØ∫ Ú∆ Ï∂◊≈È≈ ‘∞≥Á≈ ‹≈ «‘≈ ‘ÀÕ «¬√ ¿∞Â√Ú ˘ Í»∂ ¿∞ÂÙ≈‘ Â∂ ‹ØÙ È≈Ò ÓÈ≈¿∞∫«Á¡ª ¿∞È∑ª √Ó≈«‹’ ’∞∆Â∆¡ª «‹È∑ª «Ú⁄ ‹≈ Í≈ Á≈ ÓπºÁ≈ Óπº÷ ‘À, Á∂ «Ú∞ºË ÒÛÈ Á∆ Ú∆ ˜» ‘ÀÕ Ï≈Ï≈ ‹∆ Á∂ √≥Á∂Ù È∂ Í≥‹≈Ï Â∂ ‘Ø ËÂ∆¡ª Â∂ ÒØ’ª «Ú⁄ ‹Ó‘»∆ »‘ λ’∆ √∆Õ ¿∞√ ‹Ó‘»∆ »‘ ˘ «‹¿∞∫«Á¡ª º÷‰≈ ‘∆ ◊∞» √≈«‘Ï ˘ √º⁄∆ Ù˪‹Ò∆ ‘ØÚ∂◊∆Õ


’«Ò Â≈‰ ◊π È≈È’ ¡≈«¬¡≈ ¡Ó‹∆ «√ßÿ ÒªÏ≈

◊π  » È≈È’ √≈«‘Ï, «√º÷ ËÓ Á∂ Ï≈È∆ È∂ Í≥‹≈Ï Á∂ «¬’ ¤Ø‡∂ «‹‘∂ ¡Â∂ «¬’ÒÚªfi∂ «Í≥‚ «Úº⁄ «¬’ √Ë≈È ÿ «Úº⁄ ‹ÈÓ «Ò¡≈ «Î Ú∆ ¿∞‘ ÓÈ∞º÷Â≈ Á∂ ◊π» ¡÷Ú≈¬∂Õ ¿∞È∑ª È∂ √Ì ËÓª ”Â∂ √Ì √«Ó¡ª Ò¬∆ ¡◊Ú≈¬∆ «ÁºÂ∆, ‹ÁØ∫ ¿∞È∑ª ÂØ∫ Íπº«¤¡≈ ‹ªÁ≈ «’ ¡≈Í Á≈ ËÓ ¡ÊÚ≈ ‹≈ ◊Ø ’∆ ‘À, ª ¿∞‘ «ÈÓÂ≈ È≈Ò ¿∞µÂ «ÁøÁ∂ «’ ÓÀ∫ “È≈È’ «Èø’≈∆ ‘ª”Õ «‹√ Á≈ Ì≈Ú «¬‘ ‘À «’ ¿∞‘ √Ó∂∫ √Ê≈È ‹Ø ‘Ø  «Ú÷≈Ú∂ ÂØ ∫ «ÏÒ’∞ Ò «‘ ‘È, ‹ÁØ∫ ¿∞È∑ª ÂØ∫ «¬‘ Íπº«¤¡≈ ‹ªÁ≈ «’ ¡≈Í «’ºÊØ∫ ¡≈¬∂ ‘Ø ¡Â∂ «’ºÊ∂ ‹≈‰≈ ‘À ª ¿∞È∑ª Á≈ ¿∞µÂ ‘πøÁ≈ √∆ «’ ÓÀ∫ ÍÃÓ≈ÂÓ≈ ’ØÒØ∫ ¡≈«¬¡≈ ‘ª ¡Â∂ ¿∞√ Í≈√ ‘∆ ‹≈‰≈ ‘ÀÕ ¡«‹‘∂ «Ú⁄≈Ú≈È ÓÈ∞º÷ ȱø ¡√∆∫ «’√∂ ÷≈√ ʪ √Ó∂∫ ‹ª «ÚÙ∂Ù «’√Ó Á∂ ÒØ’ª È≈Ò √ÏøË ȑ∆∫ ’ √’Á∂Õ ¿∞ È ∑ ª Á≈ Ï≈‘Ò≈ √» Í Áº√Á≈ ‘À, ¿∞‘ «’√∂ «ÚÙ∂Ù «’√Ó Á∆ «‘‰∆-Ï«‘‰∆ È≈Ò ‘∆ È‘∆∫ √È ‹πÛ∂ ‘ج∂Õ ‹ÈÓ √≈÷∆¡ª ¡È∞√≈ ‹ÁØ∫ ¿∞‘ Óº’∂ ◊¬∂ ª ¿∞È∑ª Á≈ Í«‘≈Ú≈ Óπ√ÒÓ≈È ’≈˜∆¡ª Ú◊≈ √∆Õ Í ‹ÁØ∫ ¿π‘ «‘øÁ» ËÓ √Ê≈Ȫ ¿∞µÂ∂ ◊¬∂ ª ¿∞È∑ª È∂ ¿∞ÊØ∫ Á∂ ÒØ’ª Ú◊≈ ÚÂ∆≈ ¡Â∂ Ú∂ √ Ë≈È ’∆Â≈Õ ‹ÁØ∫ ¿∞‘ ÔØ◊∆¡ª ȱø «ÓÒ∂ ª ¿∞ È ∑ ª È∂ Â∆Ê Ô≈Â»¡ª Ú◊∂ ’ºÍÛ∂ ¿∞Â≈ ’∂ «¬’ ◊ë‘√Ê∆ Ú≈Ò∂ ’ºÍÛ∂ Í«‘È∂ ‘ج∂ √È, ‹ÁØ∫ ¿∞‘ Ëπ Áº÷‰ ȱø ◊¬∂ ª ¿∞È∑ª Á≈ Í«‘≈Ú≈ ‘Ø Ú∆ Ú«⁄ºÂ √∆Õ ¿∞Ȫ∑ Á∂ ÍÀª «Ú⁄ Òº’Û∆ Á∆¡ª ÷Û≈Úª, ◊Ò∂ «Ú⁄ ‘º‚∆¡ª Á∆ Ó≈Ò≈, «¬√ ‘ºÊ «Úº⁄ ’≈√≈ («Í¡≈Ò≈) ¡Â∂ Á»√∂ ‘ºÊ «Ú⁄ ¡≈√≈ (‚ø‚≈) √∆Õ √Ú≈Ò ÍÀÁ≈ ‘πøÁ≈ ‘À «’ ¿∞‘ √Ì ’∞fi ¿∞È∑ª ȱø «’™ ’È≈ «Í¡≈Õ ¿∞µÂ «ÏÒ’∞Ò √ͺه ‘ÀÕ «¬√ Â∑ª È≈Ò «‘ Ï«‘ ’∂ ¿∞‘ «¬‘ «√ºË ’È≈ ⁄≈‘πøÁ∂ √È «’ ¿∞‘ «’√∂ ÷≈√ «¯’∂, ’ΩÓ Á∂Ù ‹ª ËÓ Á∂ ¡È∞¡≈¬∆ È‘∆∫, √◊Ø∫ ¿∞‘ ª √º⁄ Â∂ √π Á∂ „πø‚≈¿π ¡Â∂ „ø‚Ø⁄∆ ‘ÈÕ «¬√∂ ’’∂ ¡√∆∫ ¿∞È∑ª Á∂ Áº√∂ Ó≈◊ ȱø √Ó∂∫ ¡Â∂ √Ê≈È Á∆ ’ÀÁ «Úº⁄ È≈ º÷Á∂ ‘ج∂ √Ï-√ªfi∆ ÓÈ∞÷ º Â≈ Ò¬∆ ‘ √Ó∂∫ ¡Â∂ ‘ ‹◊∑≈ «Úº⁄ «¬’Ø «‹‘≈ √Á≈ ◊πÒ≈Ï Úª◊ Ó«‘’Á∂ Ú∂÷Á∂ ‘ªÕ ¿∞‘ ¿∞√ √Ó∂∫ «¬√ ËÂ∆ ¿∞µÂ∂ ¡≈¬∂ ‹ÁØ∫ √Óπº⁄≈ √Ó≈‹ ≈‹√∆, Ë≈«Ó’, «¬ıÒ≈’∆, ¡≈«Ê’ ¡Â∂ √Ó≈«‹’ ÂΩ ”Â∂ „«‘ „∂∆ ‘Ø ⁄π’ º ≈ √∆Õ ÓÈ∞÷ º Â≈ Ó ⁄π’ º ∆ √∆Õ «¬«Â‘≈√ «¬√ ◊ºÒ Á∆ ◊Ú≈‘∆ «ÁøÁ≈ ‘À «’ ¿∞‘ √Óª ‘ ͺ÷Ø∫ «ÿÈ≈¿∞‰≈ √∆Õ ¿∞√ Ú∂Ò∂ Á∂ ≈‹∂ ¡≈͉∂ ‹ÈÂ≈ Á∆ ≈÷∆ ’È≈ ª «¬’ Í≈√∂ «‘≈ ¡≈Í ¿∞È∑ª Á≈ ÷»È Í∆ ‘∂ √ÈÕ ≈‹√∆ ÂΩ ”Â∂ Á∂Ù Á∆ ¬∂’Â≈ ÷∂»ø-÷∂»ø ‘ج∆ ͬ∆ √∆Õ Ï≈‘Ò∂ ‘ÓÒ≈Ú≈ «¬√ Á∂Ù Á∆ ÁΩÒ ¡Â∂ ÷»Ï√»Â∆ ȱø ´º‡‰ Á∂ ¡≈‘ «Úº⁄ √ÈÕ Á∂Ù Ú≈√∆ «ÈËÈ, ¡ÈÍÛ∑ ¡Â∂ Ú«‘Óª-ÌÓª «Úº⁄ Î√∂ ͬ∂ √ÈÕ ¿∞È∑ª Á≈ √ÚÀÓ≈È Ó ⁄πº’≈ √∆Õ «¬ºÊØ∫ º’ ’∂ ¡≈͉∂ ¿∞µÂ∂ ‘πøÁ∂ ˜Ï Á∂ «ÚπºË ¿∞‘ «¬’ ÙÏÁ Ú∆ ¡≈÷‰ ÂØ ∫ ¡√ÓÊ √ÈÕ «‘øÁ» ‹≈ª, ◊Ωª «Ú⁄ Î√∂ ͬ∂ √È ¡Â∂ «¬√∂ ’≈È ¿∞ È ∑ ª Á≈ «¬’ Á» ‹ ∂ ÂØ ∫

«ÚÙÚ≈√ ¿∞µ· ⁄π’ º ≈ √∆Õ ËÓ √Óª Á≈ ◊πÒ≈Ó ‘Ø ’∂ «ÈØÒ «Ú÷≈Ú∂ Á≈ »Í Ë≈È ’ ⁄πº’≈ √∆Õ ÒØ’ª Á≈ «ÚÙÚ≈√ ‹≈Á» ‡» « ‰¡ª, Ú«‘Óª, ÌÓª, «‹Èª ̻ª Â∂ Á∂Ú∆Á∂ګ¡ª º’ ‘∆ √∆Ó √∆Õ Ì≈¬∆ ◊πÁ≈√ ‹∆ Á∂ ’ÊÈ ¡È∞√≈ «‘øÁ» ¡Â∂ Óπ√ÒÓ≈È ÁØÚ∂∫ ‘∆ ¡≈͉∂ ¡√Ò∂ ÂØ∫ ̇’∂ ‘Ø ¬ ∂ √ÈÕ ÒØ ’ ª Á≈ ◊πÒ≈Ó∆ Á∂ ’≈È ‘≈Ò «¬øȪ Ó≥Á≈ ‘Ø ⁄πº’≈ √∆ «’ ‘ ’ج∆ ¡≈͉∆ ‹≈È Ï⁄≈¡ ’∂ «¬’ Í≈√∂ ‘Ø ’∂ ÏÛ≈ ÿ‡∆¡≈ ‹∆ÚÈ ÏÂ∆ ’È ”Â∂ Әϻ ‘Ø «◊¡≈ ‹≈ÍÁ≈ √∆Õ Á∂ Ù Á∆ ‘≈Ò «¬ø È ∆¡ª „«‘ø Á ∆¡ª ’Òª «Úº ⁄ ‹≈ ⁄πº’∆ √∆ «’ Ó«‘Ó»Á ◊˜ÈÚ∆ Á∂ √Â≈ª Ú≈ ‘ÓÒ∂ ’’∂ «¬ºÊØ∫ Á∆ ÁΩÒ ȱø ´º‡‰ ¡Â∂ ÂØÛ-ÎØÛ ’È ÂØ∫ Ú∆ «’√∂ Á∆ ˜Ï≈È ”Â∂ Ø√ º’ Á≈ ÙÏÁ È≈ ¡≈«¬¡≈Õ ¡≈͉∆¡ª «Èº‹∆ ¡Â∂ Á∂Ù ÍÃÂ∆ «˜≥Ó∂Ú≈∆¡ª ÂØ∫ Ï⁄‰ Ò¬∆ ’∞fi ÒØ’ Á»Áπ≈‚∂ Í‘≈Ûª Á∆¡ª ’øÁª «Úº⁄ ‹≈ ´’∂Õ ¿∞‘ ¡≈͉∂ ¡≈Í È± ø ÔØ ◊ ∆ ¡÷Ú≈™Á∂ √ÈÕ ‹ÁØ∫ Ï≈Ï≈ ◊π» È≈È’ ¿∞È∑ª ȱø «‘¨‰≈ Á∂‰ Ò¬∆ ¡≈Í ¿∞ È ∑ ª ’Ø Ò Íπ º ‹ ∂ ª ÔØ◊∆¡ª Á∂ Íπº¤‰ ”Â∂ «’ Á∂Ù Á∆ ‘≈Ò ’∆ ‘ÀÕ ◊π» ‹∆ È∂ Ì≈¬∆ ◊πÁ≈√ ‹∆ Á∂ ÙÏÁª «Úº ⁄ ¡≈«÷¡≈ Í≈Í∂ Á≈ Ú«Â¡≈ ÚÂ≈≈Õ ◊π  » È∂ ¿∞ È ∑ ª ȱ ø Áº«√¡≈ «’ ≈‹∂, «‹È∑ª È∂ Í‹≈ ȱø «¬È√≈¯ Á∂‰≈ √∆, ¿∞‘ ’√≈¬∆ ω∂ ÏÀ·∂ ‘È ¡Â∂ ÒØ’ª Á≈ ÷»È ⁄»√ ‘∂ ‘ÈÕ ¡ÓÈ, ⁄ÀÈ, √πº÷-ÙªÂ∆ ÷≥Ì Ò≈ ’∂ ¿∞µ‚ ⁄πº’∆ ‘ÀÕ ¡«‹‘∆ ÁÙ≈ «Úº⁄ ◊π  » È≈È’ √≈«‘Ï Á≈ ¡≈◊ÓÈ «¬√ ◊ºÒ Á∆ √»⁄È≈ √∆ «’ ÒØ’ª Á∆ Á∆È ÁÙ≈ ˘ Á∂÷ ’∂ ¿∞È∑ª Á∂ ’«Ò¡≈‰ Ò¬∆ ¡’≈Ò Íπ÷ È∂ ¡≈Í ◊π» È≈È’ ˘ «¬√ √ø√≈ «Ú⁄ Ì∂ « ‹¡≈ √∆Õ Ì≈¬∆ ◊πÁ≈√ ‹∆ È∂ «¬√ ◊ºÒ ˘ «¬√ Â∑ª «’‘≈ ‘À, “√π‰∆ Íπ ’ ≈« Á≈Â≈ ÍÃ Ì π ◊π  » È≈È’ ‹◊ Ó≈«‘ Í·≈«¬¡≈” ◊π» È≈È’ «Ú⁄ ¡’≈Ò Íπ÷ Á∆ ¡≈͉∆ ‹Ø √∆Õ ‹ÁØ∫ ¡’≈Ò Íπ÷ Á∆ ‹Ø ¡≈Í «’√∂ ÓÈ∞º÷∆ √∆ «Ú⁄ ¡≈ √Ó≈¬∂ ª ¿∞‘ ÓÈ∞º÷∆ ¡’≈Ò Íπ÷ È≈Ò «¬’-«Ó’ Â∂ ¿∞√ Á≈ »Í ‘Ø ‹ªÁ≈ ‘ÀÕ √Ó∂∫-√Ó∂∫ ÓÈπ º ÷ Â≈ Á∆ ÌÒ≈¬∆ Ò¬∆ ¡’≈Ò Íπ÷ ¡≈͉∂ √»Í Ó≈ ÒØ’ «Ú⁄ Ì∂‹Á≈ ‘À, ‹ÁØ∫ ÓÈ∞º÷ Á∆ ¡≈ÂÓ≈ È≈Ó ÂØ∫ ΩÙÈ∆ ÒÀ ’∂ ÍËÚÒ ‘πÁ ø ∆ ‘À ª ¡’≈Ò Íπ÷ ¡Â∂ ¿∞√ Á≈ √» Í «¬’ Á» ‹ ∂ «Ú⁄ ¡Ì∂Á ‘Ø ‹ªÁ∂ ‘ÈÕ «¬√ Â∑ª È≈Ò ¡’≈Ò Íπ÷ ¡≈Í «’√∂ «Ú¡’Â∆ ¡≥ Á  ¡≈ √Ó≈™Á≈ ‘À Õ Ùà ∆ ≈Ó, Ì◊Ú≈È «¥ÙÈ, ‘˜ Óπ‘øÓÁ, ¬∆√≈ Ó√∆‘ Â∂ ◊π» È≈È’ √Ì ¿∞ √ Ïà ‘ Ó Á∂ ¡≈͉∂ ‘∆ √»Í √ÈÕ «¬√ √Ì ’∞fi Á∂ ‘πø«Á¡ª Ú∆ ◊π» È≈È’ È∂ ¡≈͉∂ ¡≈Í ˘ «¬’ ¡≈ÁÓ∆ ‹ª ÓÈ∞º÷ ‹≈ ÂØ∫ ÚºË ’∞fi Ú∆ È‘∆∫ √Ó«fi¡≈ ¡Â∂ ¿∞È∑ª È∂ ¡≈͉∂ ¡≈Í ˘ ÍÃÓ≈ÂÓ≈ ’«‘‰ Ú≈«Ò¡ª ˘ ’Ø«√¡≈Õ ’Ï∆ ‹∆ È∂ ¡≈͉∂ ¡≈Í ˘ ¡ºÒ∑≈ ¡Â∂ ≈Ó Á≈ Ϻ⁄≈ ¡≈«÷¡≈ ‘ÀÕ «¬√ Á≈ Ì≈Ú «¬‘ ‘À «’ √Ì ËÓª Á∂ Ï≈È∆ ‹ª Ó‘ªÍπÙ ¿∞‘ ¡’≈Ò Íπ÷ Á≈ ¡≈͉≈ √»Í ‘È ¡Â∂ ¿∞‘ ¿∞√∂ «Ú⁄ ‘∆ ¡Ì∂Á ‘Ø ‹ªÁ∂ ‘ÈÕ «¬√ ◊ºÒ ˘ «√ºË ’«Á¡ª ‘Ø«¬¡≈ ÓÊπ≈ ̺‡ È∂ «¬øfi «’‘≈ ‘À “Ì«È ÓÊπ≈ ’¤∞ Ì∂Áπ È‘∆∫ ◊ππ ¡‹πÈ∞ ÍÂ÷© ‘«Õ” ¡Â∂ ◊π» √Ì ¿∞√ Ó‘≈È ‹Ø ¡’≈Ò Íπ÷ Á∂ ‘∆ √Ú»Í Ó≥ È ∂ ‹≈ √’Á∂ ‘ÈÕ ◊π  » È≈È’ √≈«‘Ï È∂ ¡≈͉∂ ¡≈Í ˘ ’Á∂ Ú∆ ¡ÚÂ≈

È‘∆∫ Ó≥«È¡≈Õ ¿∞‘ ‘Ó∂Ùª ‘∆ ¡≈͉∂ ¡≈Í ˘ ÓÈ∞º÷ Ó≈Â ‘∆ Ó≥ÈÁ∂ √ÈÕ Ì≈¬∆ ◊πÁ≈√ ‹∆ È∂ ◊π» È≈È’ √≈«‘Ï ˘ Óπ÷∆ ◊π» ‹ª ◊πÓπº÷ ’«‘ ’∂ Íπ’≈«¡≈ ‘ÀÕ ¿∞‘ ’«‘øÁ∂ ‘È “◊πÓπ«÷ ’«Ò «Ú«⁄ ÍÃ◊‡π ‘Ø¡≈Õ” Ì≈Ú ◊π» È≈È’ √≈«‘Ï ÏÛ∆ ¡Ω’Û Á∂ √Ó∂∫ Ì≈ Á∆ ËÂ∆ ¿∞µÂ∂ ‹ÈÓ∂ Í ¿∞È∑ª Á≈ «’√∂ ÷≈√ ËÓ ‹ª «’√∂ ÷≈√ Á∂ Ù Íà  ∆ √∆«Ó ‘Ø ’∂ «‘ ‹≈‰≈, Ó≥«È¡≈ ‹≈‰≈ ¿∞È∑ª Á∂ Ó‘≈È ’≈‹ ˘ √∆«Ó ‘ºÁª «Ú⁄ ÏøÁ ’È Á∂ Â∞Ò ‘ØÚ∂◊≈Õ ¿∞‘ ª Ì≈¬∆ ◊πÁ≈√ ‹∆ Á∂ ÙÏÁª «Ú⁄ ’ÒÔ∞º◊ Á∂ √Ó∂∫ √Óπº⁄∆ ÓÈ∞º÷Â≈ Á≈ ’«Ò¡≈‰ ’È Ò¬∆ ¡≈¬∂ √ÈÕ Ì≈¬∆ ◊πÁ≈√ ‹∆ Á≈ ’ÊÈ ‘À «’, “’«Ò Â≈«‰ ◊π» È≈È’ ¡≈«¬¡≈” ◊π» ‹∆ Á∆ «√º«÷¡≈ √Ì √«Ó¡ª Ò¬∆ «¬’Ø «‹‘∆ Â≈˜≈ ¡Â∂ Úº‚ÓπºÒ∆ ‘ÀÕ ‹π¡≈È∆ Á∆ ¿∞Ó «Ú⁄ ‘∆ ¿∞È∑ª È∂ ÿ-Ï≈ ¤º‚ ’∂ «¬’ ¡«‹‘∂ ÓπÙ«’Ò ’øÓ ˘ ‘ºÊ Í≈«¬¡≈, «‹√ ˘ «√∂ ⁄Û∑≈¿∞‰ Ò¬∆ ¿∞È∑ª ˘ ’≈Î∆ ¡Ω’Ûª Á≈ √≈‘Ó‰≈ ’È≈ «Í¡≈Õ Ì≈Ú∂∫ ¿∞‘ ÏÛ∂ «ÈÓ≈È √È Í ¿∞È∑ª ˘ ¡≈͉∂ ¿∞Â∂ ÌØ√≈ Ú∆ ¡≥ª Á≈ √∆Õ «¬√∂ Ò¬∆ ¿∞‘ ÓÈ∞º÷ Ó≈Â Á∂ ÌÒ∂ Ò¬∆ ¡’≈Ò Íπ÷ Á≈ √øÁ∂Ù Á∂‰ Ò¬∆ ÁπÈ∆¡ª Á∂ ¡º‚-¡º‚ Ì≈◊ª «Ú⁄ ◊¬∂ Õ ¿∞ È ∑ ª È∂ √≈∂ Ì≈Â, ÏÓ≈, ⁄∆È, «Ó√, «ÂºÏÂ, ¶’≈, ¡Ï, ¬∆≈È, Â∞’∆ ¡Â∂ ¡¯◊≈«È√Â≈È Á≈ ‡È ¿∞√ √Ó∂∫ ’∆Â≈ ‹ÁØ∫ «’ ¡≈Ú≈‹≈¬∆ Á∂ √≈ËÈ Ï‘π √∆«Ó √È ¡Â∂ √¯ ’È≈ ÷Â∂ ÂØ∫ ÷≈Ò∆ È‘∆∫ √∆ ‘π ø Á ≈Õ ¿π ‘ ¡º ‚ -¡º ‚ ËÓª, ’ΩÓª, «Ú⁄≈ª Á∂ ÒØ’ª ˘ «ÓÒ∂ ¡Â∂ ¿∞È∑ª ˘ ‹∆ÚÈ Á∆¡ª √Óº«√¡≈Úª ¡Â∂ ¿∞È∑ª Á∂ ‘ºÒ √Ófi≈¬∂Õ ¿∞È∑ª Á∂ ’øÓ «Ú⁄ ·ø Ó ≈ ¡Â∂ √«‘‰Ù∆ÒÂ≈ ÍÃ Ë ≈È ¡≥ ◊ ‘πøÁ∂ √ÈÕ «‹ºÊ∂ «’Â∂ Ú∆ ¿∞‘ ◊¬∂, ¿∞È∑ª ¿∞ÊØ∫ Á∆ ÒØ’ ÏØÒ∆ «Ú⁄ ¿∞ÊØ∫ Á∂ ÒØ’ª È≈Ò ◊ºÒª ’∆Â∆¡ªÕ «¬√ ◊º Ò Á≈ ÍÃÓ≈‰ ¿∞È∑ª Á∆ Ï≈‰∆ ˘ «Ú⁄≈«¡ª «ÓÒ ‹ªÁ≈ ‘ÀÕ ¿∞È∑ª È∂ ‹≈‰ Ïπºfi ’∂ Ú≈‘ Ò◊Á∆ √≈Á≈ ¡Â∂ ¡≈Ó ÒØ’ª

Á∆ √Ófi «Ú⁄ ¡≈¿∞‰ Ú≈Ò∆ ÏØÒ∆ ≈‘∆∫ ¡≈͉∂ «Ú⁄≈ ÍÃ◊‡≈¬∂Õ ¿∞È∑ª Á≈ ‹∆ÚÈ Â˜Ï≈ «¬øÈ≈ «ÚÙ≈Ò √∆ «’ ‹Ø ’∞fi Ú∆ ¿∞‘ Ó»ø‘Ø∫ ’«‘øÁ∂ √È ¿∞‘ ‘ ͺ÷ ÂØ∫ „πº’Úª, ÔØ◊ ¡Â∂ ÒØ’ª Á∆ √Ófi «Ú⁄ ¡≈¿∞‰ Ú≈Ò≈ ‘πøÁ≈ √∆Õ ‹Ø ÍÃÙÈ ¿∞‘ «’√∂ ¿∞µÂ∂ ’Á∂ ‹ª ¡≈͉∂ ¿∞µÂ «Áø Á ∂ , ¿∞ ‘ ÏÛ∂ √≈Ë≈‰, ’∞ÁÂ∆ ¡Â∂ √Ó∂∫ √Ê≈È Á∂ ¡È∞’Ò ± ‘πÁ ø ∂ √ÈÕ ¿∞Ȫ∑ ¡≥Á √º⁄ ’«‘‰ Á∆ ÁÒ∂∆ √∆ ¡Â∂ ‹Ø √º⁄ Á∆ ‹Ø ¿∞È∑ª Á∂ ¡≥Á Ò‡-Ò‡ ÏÒ ‘∆ √∆ ¿∞√ Á∆ ÒØ¡ ¿∞È∑ª Á∂ «⁄‘∂ ÂØ∫ Íú÷ ÍÃ◊‡ ‘πøÁ∆ √∆Õ √º⁄ Á≈ «¬‘ ÍÃ’≈Ù ‘∆ ÒØ’ª ˘ ¿∞È∑ª ÚºÒ Íà ∂ «  ’È «Ú⁄ √‘≈¬∆ ‘π ø Á ≈ √∆Õ ¿∞ ‘ ÒØ ’ ª Á∂ «Ú⁄≈, Í∂ Ã Ó , «Í¡≈, ‘ÓÁÁ∆ È≈Ò ÏÁÒ‰ «Ú⁄ «ÚÙÚ≈√ ÷Á∂ √ÈÕ ¿∞ ‘ ¡≈͉∂ «Ú⁄≈ª Â∂ ’≈Ï» √È ‹Ø ’∞fi ¿∞‘ ’«‘øÁ∂ √È ¿∞‘ «ÁÒª Â∂ «√ºË≈ ¡√ ’Á≈ √∆Õ ¡√Ò «Ú⁄ ¿∞‘ «¬’ Ï‘π ӑ≈È ¥ªÂ∆’≈∆ √È, Í ¥ªÂ∆ ¿∞ ‘ ÂØ Û -ÎØ Û ≈‘∆∫ È‘∆∫ √◊Ø ∫ ÓȪ Á∆ ÂÏÁ∆Ò∆ ≈‘∆∫ «Ò¡≈¿∞‰≈ ⁄≈‘πøÁ∂ √ÈÕ ¡√Ò «Ú⁄ √º⁄≈ ËÓ ÓÈ∞º÷ Á∆ ¡≈ÂÓ≈ ˘ ÏÁÒ‰ «Ú⁄ √‘≈«¬Â≈ ’Á≈ ‘À ¡Â∂ ¿∞√ ¡≥ÁØ∫ √Ì ÌÀ Û Â∂ Ïπ  ≈¬∆¡ª ’º „ ’∂ ÈØ¡≈ÍÈ «Ò¡≈ Ú√ªÁ≈ ‘ÀÕ ¿∞È∑ª Á∂ ÍÃ⁄≈ Á≈ Óπº÷ «ÚÙ≈ ¡’≈Ò Íπ÷ ‘πøÁ≈ ‘ÀÕ ¿∞È∑ª Á∂ «Ú⁄≈ ¡È∞√≈ ÓÈ∞º÷ ¡Â∂ ¡’≈Ò Íπ÷ Á≈ ¡‡ºπ‡Úª «ÙÂ≈ ‘ÀÕ ¡’≈Ò Íπ  ÷ ÂØ ∫ ‡π º ‡ ’∂ ‹∆Ú Á≈ ‹∆¿∞‰≈ ¡√øÌÚ ‘À «‹√ È∂ ¡≈͉∂ ¡≈Í ˘ ¿π√ È≈ÒØ∫ «È÷∂«Û¡≈, √ÓfiØ ¿π‘ ¡≈͉∂ ¡√Ò∂ ÂØ∫ «È÷Û ’∂ ¡≈͉≈ ‹∆ÚÈ ◊π¡≈ ÏÀ·≈Õ «Î √Ì ¡Ω’Ûª È∂ √Ì Ïπ≈¬∆¡ª ¿∞√ ˘ ¡≈ ÿ∂  Á∆¡ª ‘ÈÕ √Ø ¡√Ò ‹∆¿∞‰≈ ¿∞√ Á≈ ‘∆ ‘À «‹√ È∂ ¿π√ √º⁄∂ ˘ ¡≈͉∂ ÓÈ «Ú⁄ Ú√≈«¬¡≈Õ Ú≈ Ó≈fi «Ú⁄ ◊π» ‹∆ È∂ ¡≈«÷¡≈ ‘À “√Ø ‹∆«Ú¡≈ «‹√π Ó«È Ú«√¡≈ √Ø«¬® È≈È’ ¡Úπ È ‹∆ÚÀ ’Ø«¬®” √ø √ ≈ Á∆¡ª «È‘Óª, ¡Ó∆∆, Ú«‚¡≈¬∆, Ó≈È

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¡≈«Á ’∞fi √Ó∂∫ Ò¬∆ ÷πÙ∆¡ª Á∂‰ Ú≈Ò∆¡ª ˜» ‘È Í «¬‘ ¡≈ÂÓ≈ Á∆ Â√ºÒ∆ È‘∆∫ ’ √’Á∆¡ªÕ √º⁄∆ ÷πÙ∆ Â∂ ÓÈ Á∆ Â√ºÒ∆ ¿∞ÁØ∫ ‘∆ ‘πøÁ∆ ‘À ‹ÁØ∫ ÓÈ∞º÷ Á∆ ¡≈ÂÓ≈ ÍÃÓ≈ÂÓ≈ È≈Ò ‹πÛ ’∂ ¿∞√ È≈Ò «¬’-«Ó’ ‘Ø ‹≈Ú∂ Õ «¬√ «Ú⁄≈ ÂØ∫ «¬‘ «√ºË ‘Ø ‹ªÁ≈ ‘À «’ ◊π» ‹∆ Á∆ ÍÃ∂È≈ Á≈ √ØÓª ¡’≈Ò Íπ÷ ‘∆ √∆Õ ¿∞È∑ª ’Á∂ Ú∆ ¡’≈Ò Íπ÷ Á∆ ‘Ø∫Á ˘ ÍÃ◊‡ ’È Ò¬∆ ÁÒ∆ÒÏ≈˜∆ ÂØ ∫ ’ø Ó È‘∆∫ «Ò¡≈Õ ¿∞‘ ª √ÓfiÁ∂ √È «’ ¿∞√ ÂØ∫ Ï◊À «¬‘ √ø√≈ ’∞ fi Ú∆ È‘∆∫Õ «¬‘ «Ú⁄≈Ë≈≈ «√¯ Íπ√Â’ª ÍÛ∑’∂ È‘∆∫ ωÁ∆, √◊Ø∫ ÓÈ Á∆ √¯≈¬∆ ¡Â∂ È≈Ó Á∂ ÍÃ’≈Ù È≈Ò ¡≈™Á∆ ‘ÀÕ «¬‘ √Ì ’∞fi ÓÈ∞º÷ Á∂ ÓÈ «Ú⁄Ø∫ ¿∞Í‹Á≈ ‘ÀÕ «¬√∂ Ò¬∆ ¿∞‘ ‹Ø Ú∆ ¿∞ÍÁ∂Ù «ÁøÁ∂, ÓÈ Á∆ ‚± ø ÿ ≈¬∆ «Ú⁄Ø ∫ «È’«Ò¡≈ ‘πøÁ≈ √∆Õ ¿∞‘ ’«‘øÁ∂ √È «’ ÓÀ∫ ª ¿∞‘Ø ’πfi ¡≈÷Á≈ ‘ª, ‹Ø ÓÀÊØ∫ Ó∂≈ Ó≈Ò’ ¡÷ÚªÁ≈ ‘ÀÕ “‹À√∆ ÓÀ ¡≈ÚÀ ÷√Ó Á∆ Ï≈‰∆ ÂÀ√Û≈ ’∆ «◊¡≈È∞ Ú∂ Ò≈ÒØ®” (Í≥È≈ GBB) «Èº‹∆ ‹Ï∂ ÂØ∫ «ÏȪ «◊¡≈È Ó’Û∆ Á∂ ‹≈Ò∂ Úª◊ ‘πøÁ≈ ‘À ‹Ø ÓÈ∞º÷ ˘ ¡≈͉∂ «Ú⁄ Î√≈ ÒÀ∫Á≈ ‘À ¡Â∂ «Î ¿∞√ «Ú⁄Ø∫ ¿∞√ Á≈ «È’Ò‰≈ Ï‘π ÓπÙ«’Ò ‘Ø ‹ªÁ≈ ‘ÀÕ ‹ÁØ∫ Â’ ÓÈ∞º÷ «¬√ ¡√Ò∆¡Â ˘ È‘∆∫ √ÓfiÁ≈ ¿∞‘ ÓÈ∞º÷ª Â∂ ËÓª «Ú⁄ «ÚÂ’≈ Â∂ Úø‚ Í≈™Á≈ ‘À Í ‹ÁØ∫ ¿∞‘ ¿∞√ Ó’Û∆ ‹≈Ò «Ú⁄Ø∫ «È’Ò ¡≈™Á≈ ‘À ¡Â∂ ¿∞√ Á∆¡ª ¡≥ÁÒ∆¡ª ¡º÷ª «◊¡≈È ≈‘∆∫ ÷πÒ∑Á∆¡ª ‘È Âª ¿∞√ ˘ √Ì Í≈√Ø∫ ÏÃ‘Ó Á≈ Í√≈≈ ‘∆ Ș ¡≈™Á≈ ‘ÀÕ ◊π  » ‹∆ √Ì Áπ«È¡≈Ú∆ ÏøËȪ ˘ ¤º‚ ’∂ ÓÈ∞º÷ Ó≈Â Á∆ ÌÒ≈¬∆ Ò¬∆ ÿØ∫ «È’Ò Í¬∂Õ ¿∞È∑ª Ú≈√Â∂ Í≥‹≈Ï Á∆ ËÂ∆ «¬’ √∆«Ó «‹‘≈ Á≈«¬≈ È‘∆∫ ω ’∂ «‘ ◊¬∆ √∆Õ «¬√ Ò¬∆ ¿∞È∑ª È∂ Á∂Ù Á∂ÙªÂª Á≈ ‡È ’∆Â≈Õ ¿∞È∑ª Á≈ Ï‘πÂ≈ √ÏøË √Ó≈‹ Á∆ ‘∂·Ò∆ ÙÃ∂‰∆ È≈Ò «‘≈Õ ¿∞È∑ª Á≈ ‹∆ÚÈ √≈Ê∆ Ì≈¬∆ ÓÁ≈È≈ Ú∆ ¡÷≈¿∞Â∆

È∆Ú∆¡ª ‹≈ª «Ú⁄Ø∫ ‘∆ √∆Õ ¿∞ È ∑ ª Á∂ «Óº · ∂ ÙÏÁ, √ÁÌ≈ÚÈ≈ Ú≈Ò≈ √ø Á ∂ Ù , Óπ √ ’≈™Á≈ «⁄‘≈ ¡Â∂ ‘ÓÁÁ∆ Ì∆¡ª ¡º÷ª ¡≈Ó ÒØ’ª Á∂ ’Ù‡ª ˘ Á» ’È «Ú⁄ √‘≈¬∆ ‘πøÁ∂ √È «‹√ «’√∂ ˘ Ú∆ ¿∞‘ «ÓÒÁ∂ ¿∞√ «Ú⁄ Ú≈«‘◊π  » Á∆ ‘Ø ∫ Á Ó«‘√»√ ’Á∂Õ ¿∞‘ ¡ÁÚÀ Á∂ ΫÙÂ∂ √ÈÕ ¿∞‘ √ÓfiÁ∂ √È «’ ‘ ÓÈ∞÷ º «¬’ ¡’≈Ò Íπ÷ Á∆ ‹Ø «Ú⁄Ø∫ ¿∞Í«‹¡≈ ‘ÀÕ ‹ÁØ∫ Ú∆ ¿∞‘ «’√∂ √ø◊ ˘ ¿∞ÍÁ∂Ù «ÁøÁ∂ ª ¿∞√ «Ú⁄ ¤Ø‡∂ Úº‚∂ Á≈ ’ج∆ «Ò‘≈˜ È≈ ‘πøÁ≈Õ ◊π» Á∂ ¶◊ «Ú⁄ Ú∆ Úº‚∂ ¤Ø‡∂ Á≈ ¯’ «Ó‡≈ ’∂ √Ì ˘ «¬’ Í≥ ◊  «Ú⁄ «¬’º·≈ ’È Á≈ «¬’ ÈÚ∆È Â∂ ¥ªÂ∆’≈∆ „ø◊ √∆Õ √ø◊ Â∂ Í≥◊ ≈‘∆∫ ◊π» ‹∆ È∂ ¿∞‘ √Ó≈«‹’ ÍÃ∆ÚÂÈ «Ò¡ªÁ≈ «‹‘Û≈ √Á∆¡ª Á∆ ÿ≈Ò‰≈ Ï≈¡Á «Ò¡≈¿∞‰≈ Ú∆ «¬’ ¡‰‘؉∆ ◊Ò ‹≈ÍÁ∆ √∆Õ ◊π» ‹∆ Á∂ ÍÃ⁄≈ „ø◊ Á≈ «¬‘ «¬’ ¡ÈΩ÷≈ ÍÃÓ≈‰ ‘ÀÕ ¿∞È∑ª ¡È∞ √ ≈ √º ⁄ ∂ ‹∆ÚÈ Á≈ ¡≈Ë≈ ÍÃ∂Ó ‘ÀÕ √‘∆ ¡ʪ «Ú⁄ ◊π» ‹∆ È∂ ¡ÓÒ∆ »Í «Ú⁄ Í∂Ù ’∆Â≈Õ ¿∞‘ «ÏÓ≈ª ’ØÒ ◊¬∂, ’Ø«Û∑¡ª ’ØÒ Íπº‹∂, ⁄Ø  ª Â∂ Ë≈Û∑ Ú ∆¡ª, ÏÈÓ≈È√ª Â∂ √Ó≈‹ ËØ‘∆¡ª ’ØÒ Ú∆ ‹ªÁ∂ ¡Â∂ ¡≈͉∂ «Í¡≈ Á∂ ÍÃ◊‡≈Ú∂ È≈Ò ¿∞Ȫ∑ ˘ ÓÈ∞÷ º Â≈ Á∂ ≈‰∂ ω≈ «ÁøÁ∂Õ ¿∞È∑ª Á≈ ºÏ «Í¡≈≈, √º⁄≈, «ÈÌÀ ¡Â∂ «ÈÌ¿∞ √∆Õ ¿∞ È ∑ ª Á∂ «Ú⁄≈ ¡È∞√≈ √Ì ËÓ ¿∞√ √º⁄∂ Ú≈«‘◊π» Á∂ Á Â’ Íπº‹‰ Â∂ ¡º‚-¡º‚ ≈‘ ‘ÈÕ ¿∞‘ «‘ø Á » ˘ √º ⁄ ≈ «‘ø Á » ¡Â∂ Óπ√ÒÓ≈È ˘ È∂’ Óπ√ÒÓ≈È Ï‰È Á∆ ÍÃ∂È≈ «ÁøÁ∂ ‘∂Õ ¿∞ È ∑ ª È∂ ¡«Î’± Â∂ ÓÈ∞º÷Ú≈Á∆ ËÓ Á∆ ÍÃ∂È≈ «ÁºÂ∆Õ ¿∞È∑ª Á≈ «Ú⁄≈ ‘À «’ ËÓ∆ ÓÈ∞º÷ Á∆ √Ø⁄‰∆ ’Á∂ Ú∆ √∆«Ó ȑ∆∫ ‘πøÁ∆Õ ¿∞√ Á≈ «‘Á≈ «ÚÙ≈Ò Â∂ Ș∆¡≈ ⁄ΩÛ≈ ‘πøÁ≈ ‘ÀÕ ¿∞È∑ª Á∂ «Ú⁄≈ Ó˜Ï, √Ó≈‹ ª ‘∆ ÏÒÚ≈È Ï‰ √’Á≈ ‘À ‹∂ ’  ‘ «Ú¡’Â∆ ÈÀ«Â’Â≈ Á≈ Ë≈È∆ ‘ØÚ∂Õ ¿∞È∑ª Á∆ «√º«÷¡≈ ¿∞È∑ª Á∂ ‹∆ÚÈ Â∂ ¿∞È∑ª Á∆ Ï≈‰∆ «Ú⁄Ø∫ ÒºÌ∆ ‹≈ √’Á∆ ‘ÀÕ

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«Ï¿±‡∆ ÍzØ‚’‡√ Á∂ «√‘ ˘ È∞’√≈È ¡º ‹ ‘ ’Ø ¬ ∆ ÷» Ï √»   «Áº √ ‰≈ ⁄≈‘∞≥Á≈ ‘À, «¬√ Ò¬∆ ¡√∆∫ ’¬∆ Â∑ª Á∂ «Ï¿±‡∆ ÍzØ‚’‡√ Á≈ «¬√Â∂Ó≈Ò ’Á∂ ‘ÈÕ ’∆ Â∞√∆∫ ‹≈‰Á∂ ‘Ø «’ «¬‘ «Ï¿± ‡ ∆ Íz Ø ‚ ’‡ ÷» Ï √»   ω≈¿∞‰ Á∂ È≈Ò-È≈Ò √≈‚∆ ⁄ÓÛ∆ ˘ ’¬∆ Â∑ª È≈Ò È∞’√≈È Ú∆ Í‘∞≥⁄≈ √’Á∂ ‘ÈÕ ¡≈˙ ‹≈‰Á∂ ‘ª ’∞ fi ¡«‹‘∂ ‘∆ «Ï¿±‡∆ ÍzØ‚’‡√ Ï≈∂ ¡Â∂ ¿∞È∑ª È≈Ò ‘؉ Ú≈Ò∂ È∞’√≈Ȫ Ï≈∂ ‹Ø √≈‚∆ ⁄ÓÛ∆ ¡Â∂ «√‘ ˘ È∞’√≈È Í‘∞≥⁄≈ √’Á∂ ‘ÈÕ A- ¡≈¬∆Ò≈¬∆È ¡≈¬∆Ò≈¬∆È ”⁄ ’≈¯∆ ’ÀÓ∆’Ò√ ‘∞≥Á∂ ‘ÈÕ ‹∂’ «¬√ ˘ «√¯ ¿∞µÍ∆ «‘º√∂ ”Â∂ È≈ Òº◊≈ ’∂ ¡º÷ª Á∂ ¡≥Á º ’ Ò◊≈«¬¡≈ ‹≈Ú∂ ª «¬‘ √≈‚∆¡ª ¡º÷ª Á∂ ¡≥Á Á∆ ¡ºÊ» ◊z≥Ê∆ ˘ ÏÒ≈’ ’ √’Á≈ ‘ÀÕ B- Ú≈Òª ˘ ’º√ ’∂ Ï≥È∑‰≈ Ú≈Òª ˘ ’º√ ’∂ Ï≥È∑‰ È≈Ò Ú∆ ’¬∆ Â∑ª Á∂ È∞’√≈È ‘Ø √’Á∂ ‘ÈÕ ’º√ ’∂ ⁄؇∆ Ï≥È∑‰ È≈Ò «√ Á∆ «‡Ù»‹ ”Â∂ ˜Ø ÍÀ∫Á≈ ‘À, «‹√ È≈Ò «√ ÁÁ, Ú≈Ò ‡∞º‡‰≈ ¡Â∂ ‘∂¡ Ò≈√ Á∆ √Óº«√¡≈ ‘؉ Òº◊Á∆ ‘ÀÕ C- ‘∂¡ ’Òº ‹ª ‚≈¬∆ ‘∂¡ ’Òº ”⁄ ’≈¯∆ Ó≈Â≈ ”⁄ «Ó«Ò¡≈ ¡ÓØ È ∆¡≈ Ú≈Òª Ò¬∆ È∞’√≈ÈÁ≈«¬’ ‘Ø √’Á≈ ‘ÀÕ Ú≈Òª ˘ ‹Ø ÒØ’ ’Òº ’Á∂ ‘È, ¿∞È∑ª ”⁄ ’¬∆ Â∑ ª Á∆¡ª ⁄ÓÛ∆ √≥ Ï ≥ Ë ∆ Ï∆Ó≈∆¡ª Á∂÷∆¡ª ◊¬∆¡ª ‘ÈÕ «¬√ È≈Ò Ú≈Ò ’Ó˜Ø ‘Ø ‹ªÁ∂ ‘È ¡Â∂ «‚º◊‰ Òº◊Á∂ ‘ÈÕ D- Ú≈Ò √‡∂‡ ’È≈ Ï‘∞ √≈∆¡ª ¡Ωª ¡≈͉∂ Ú≈Ò √‡∂ ‡ ’Ú≈¿∞ ‰ Ò¬∆ √À Ò » È ‹ªÁ∆¡ª ‘È ¡Â∂ ¿∞µÊ∂ ’¬∆ Â∑ª Á∂ ’ÀÓ∆’Ò ¿∞È∑ª Á∂ Ú≈Òª ”⁄ Ò◊≈¬∂

‹ªÁ∂ ‘ÈÕ «¬È∑ª È≈Ò Ú≈Òª ˘ ’≈¯∆ È∞’√≈È ‘∞≥Á≈ ‘À, «‹Ú∂∫ √Ó∂∫ ÂØ∫ Í«‘Òª Ú≈Òª Á≈ √¯∂Á ‘؉≈ ¡Â∂ Ú≈Òª Á≈ fiÛÈ≈ ¡≈«ÁÕ E- Ó√’≈≈ ‹∂’ Ó√’≈≈ Á≈ º÷-÷≈¡ ·∆’ È‘∆∫ ‘À ª ¿∞√ ”⁄ ÏÀ’‡∆∆¡≈ ÍÈÍ √’Á∂ ‘È ‹Ø ¡º÷ª ˘ È∞’√≈È Í‘∞≥⁄≈ √’Á∂ ‘ÈÕ «¬‘ ÏÀ’‡∆∆¡≈ Ó√’≈∂ Á∂ ◊Ó «‡¿±Ï ”⁄ ¡≈≈Ó È≈Ò ÚË √’Á∂ ‘ÈÕ «¬√ Ò¬∆ ¡≈͉∂ Ó√’≈∂ Á∆ Ù∆Ù∆ ˘ «’√∂ ·ß‚∆ ‹◊∑≈ ”Â∂ º÷Ø ¡Â∂ «Â≥È Ó‘∆«È¡ª ”⁄ ÏÁÒ ÒÚØÕ F- «ÒÍ√«‡’

‹ªÁ∆ ‘À «’ «‹È∑ª ÒØ’ª Á∂ ÍÀª ”⁄ ’ج∆ ˜÷Ó ‹ª ‘≈Ò ‘∆ ”⁄ ’ج∆ ÚÀ’«√≥◊ ’Ú≈¬∆ ‘ØÚ∂ ª, ¿∞‘ «¬√ ÍÀ‚∆’ÔØ ÂØ∫ Ï⁄‰Õ H- «Ï¿±‡∆ ÍzØ‚’‡ Ù∂¡ ’È≈ ¡≈͉∂ Ó∂’¡ºÍ ˘ Á»«‹¡ª È≈Ò Ù∂¡ ’È≈ ÓÂÒÏ ¿∞È∑ª Á∂ «¬È¯À’ÙÈ Ù∂¡ ’È≈Õ «‹Ú∂∫ ‹∂’ Â∞√∆∫ ¡≈¬∆ Ó∂ ’ ¡º Í Ù∂ ¡  ’Á∂ ‘Ø Âª Â∞ √ ∆∫ ¡≈͉∆¡ª ¡º ÷ ª ”⁄ Á» « ‹¡ª ÂØ ∫ «¬È¯ÀÙÈ ÒÀ ‘∂ ‘Ø, «¬√ Ò¬∆ ‹ÁØ∫ Ú∆ Â∞√∆∫ «’√∂ È≈Ò ¡≈͉≈ Ó∂’¡ºÍ Ù∂¡ ’Á∂ ‘Ø Âª ¿∞È∑ª Á∆ ¿∞µÍ∆ Í ‘‡≈ ’∂ ÷πÁ «¬√Â∂Ó≈Ò ’Ø,

«ÒÍ√«‡’ ”⁄ √∆√≈ ÓΩ‹»Á ‘∞≥Á≈ ‘À, «¬√ È≈Ò √≈‚∆ «√‘ ”Â∂ ’¬∆ Â∑ª È≈Ò Ïπ≈ ¡√Ò ÍÀ∫Á≈ ‘ÀÕ «‹√ Á∆ ‘Ò’∆ Ó≈Â≈ Á∂ √≥Í’ ”⁄ ¡≈¿∞‰ È≈Ò Ú∆ «ÁÓ≈◊, ÚÂ∆∂ ¡Â∂ «√º÷‰ Á∆ √ÓºÊ≈ ÍzÌ≈«Ú ‘∞≥Á∆ ‘ÀÕ G- «¯Ù ÍÀ‚∆’ÔØ ¡º‹ ’ºÒ ‚≈’‡ √Ø≈«¬«√√ ¡Â∂ ¡À◊∆‹Ó≈ Á≈ «¬Ò≈‹ «¯Ù ÍÀ‚∆’ÔØ ≈‘∆∫ ’ ‘∂ ‘ÈÕ ’∞ fi «ÍØ  ‡√ ¡È∞ √ ≈ «¯Ù ÍÀ ‚ ∆’ÔØ  È≈Ò ¡À µ ⁄¡≈¬∆Ú∆ ¡Â∂ ‘∂ Í ∂ ‡ ≈¬∆«‡√ Á∂ Ú≈«¬√ ¯ÀÒ ‘∂ ‘ÈÕ «¬√ Ò¬∆ √Ò≈‘ «Áº  ∆

«¬√ È≈Ò «¬È¯À’ÙÈ Á≈ ÷Â≈ ÿº‡ ‘Ø ‹≈Ú∂◊≈Õ I- ¡Ò¯≈ ¡Â∂ Ï∆‡≈ ‘≈¬∆‚zØ’√∆ ¡À«√‚ ¡º‹-’ºÒ «˜¡≈Á≈Â ’¬∆ «Ï¿±‡∆ ÍzØ‚’‡ ”⁄ «¬√Â∂Ó≈Ò ’∆Â≈ ‹ªÁ≈ ‘À Õ «¬√ Á∆ ÚÂØ ∫ fi∞  ∆¡ª ¡Â∂ «¯‰√∆¡ª ˘ ‘‡≈¿∞ ‰ ”⁄ ’∆Â∆ ‹ªÁ∆ ‘À, «‹√ È≈Ò ‚Àµ‚ √«’È «È’Ò ‹ªÁ∆ ‘À Í «¬√ Á∂ ’¬∆ ÷ÂÈ≈’ ¡√ ‘ج∂ ‘È «‹Ú∂∫ ‹ÒÈ, √Ø‹ ¡Â∂ ⁄ÓÛ∆ ”⁄ ÷≈Ù, «¬≥È≈ ‘∆ È‘∆∫ «¬√ È≈Ò ⁄ÓÛ∆ Á≈ ’À∫√ Ú∆ ‘Ø √’Á≈ ‘ÀÕ

Ï≈Ï≈ È≈È’ Á≈ √ªfi∆Ú≈ÒÂ≈ Á≈ √πÈ‘ ∂ ≈ ◊»«≥ ‹¡≈ È«Ù¡ª ¡Â∂ ÍΩ‰-Í≈‰∆ È≈Ò ÍÒ∆ ‘Ø«¬¡≈ Í≥‹≈Ï: ‚≈. ÓÈÓØ‘È «√≥ÿ ◊∞» È≈È’ √Ó≈«‹’ Ï≈Ï∆ Á∂ ⁄À∫Í∆¡È: ÚÀ∫’¬∆¡≈ È≈«¬‚± ⁄≥ ‚ ∆◊Û∑ (¬∂ Ù ∆¡È «‡z « Ï¿± È «Ï¿±  Ø ) -◊∞  » È≈È’ Á∂Ú ‹∆ Á∂ EE@Ú∂∫ Íz ’ ≈Ù Íπ  Ï ˘ √Ó«Í Í≥‹≈Ï «ÚË≈È √Ì≈ Á∂ «ÚÙ∂Ù √ÀÙÈ ˘ √≥ÏØËÈ ’«Á¡ª √≈Ï’≈ ÍzË≈È Ó≥Â∆ ‚≈. ÓÈÓØ‘È «√≥ÿ È∂ «’‘≈ «’ ◊∞» È≈È’ Á∂Ú Á∆ ’Ó Ì±Ó∆ Ó≥È∂ ‹ªÁ∂ Í≥‹≈Ï Á∆ ‹Ú≈È∆ Á∂ È«Ù¡ª ”⁄ ◊ÒÂ≈È ‘؉, ËÂ∆, ÍΩ‰

¡Â∂ Í≈‰∆ Á∂ ˜«‘∆ ‘؉ ¡Â∂ ÒØ’ ◊∆ª Á∆ √≥√«’zÂ∆ Á∂ ÂÏ≈‘ ‘؉ È∂ √≈Ï ’ «ÁºÂ≈ ‘À «’ ◊∞» È≈È’ Á∂Ú ‹∆ Á∆ «‹‘Û∆ «√º « ÷¡≈ ÈÀ«Â’ ÍÂÈ ÂØ∫ Ø’‰ Á≈ Óπº„ Ï≥È∑Á∆ ‘À, ¿∞√ ÂØ∫ ¡√∆∫ Á»  ‘Ø ◊¬∂ ‘ªÕ ¿∞ È ∑ ª «’‘≈,““ÁπÈ∆¡ª Á∂ √≈‘Ó‰∂ «Î’≈Íz√Â∆ ¡Â∂ ’º‡ÛÚ≈Á «¬√ Ú∂Ò∂ √Ì ÂØ∫ Úº‚∆¡ª ⁄π ‰ Ω  ∆¡ª ‘È Â∂ «¬È∑ ª

⁄π‰ΩÂ∆¡ª È≈Ò ÒÛ≈¬∆ ◊∞» È≈È’ Á∂ ÎÒ√¯∂ ˘ ‹∆ÚÈ Á≈ «‘º√≈ ω≈ ’∂ ‘∆ ÒÛ∆ ‹≈ √’Á∆ ‘ÀÕ Í≥‹≈Ï «Úº⁄Ø∫ ◊∞» È≈È’ Á∆ «Ú≈√ ˘ Óȯ∆ È‘∆∫ ’∆Â≈ ‹≈ √’Á≈ ‘ÀÕ““ √≈Ï’≈ ÍzË≈È Ó≥Â∆ È∂ «’‘≈ «’ ¡º ‹ ÂØ ∫ Í≥ ‹ √Á∆¡ª Í«‘Òª «¬√ ËÂ∆ ”Â∂ ◊∞» È≈È’ Á∂Ú È∂ ËÓ, ‹∆ÚÈ ¡Â∂ √⁄≈¬∆ ˘ ÒÀ ’∂ «ÈÚ∂ ’ Ò∂ «Áz Ù ‡∆’Ø ‰ Á∆

È∆∫‘ ÷«Á¡ª √º⁄∆-√πº⁄∆ ‹∆ÚÈ ‹≈⁄ Á≈ Ó≥ Â Ú «√÷≈«¬¡≈ ¡Â∂ ¡≈ÁÙ ‹∆ÚÈ Á≈ ÎÒ√¯≈ «ÁºÂ≈ √∆Õ ¿∞ È ∑ ª «’‘≈ «’ ◊∞  » È≈È’ Á∂Ú ‘∆ √È, «‹È∑ª ÿ ◊z « ‘√Ê∆ ˘ Ò≈˜Ó∆ ’≈ «Áº  ≈ Â∂ ¡«Ë¡≈ÂÓÚ≈Á Á∂ ≈‘ ”Â∂ ⁄ºÒ‰ Ú≈«Ò¡ª ˘ Ú∆ È∂’ ’Ó≈¬∆ Á≈ √≥ Á ∂ Ù «Áº  ≈Õ ¿∞È∑ª «’‘≈ «’ ◊»» È∂ ËÓ

◊∞» È≈È’ Á∂Ú ‹∆ Á∂ EE@Ú∂∫ Íz’≈Ù ÍπÏ Á∂ √Ï≥Ë «Ú⁄ ’Ú≈¬∆ ◊¬∆ √ÀÓ∆È≈ ’≈ÓÔ≈Ï ‘∆ - √À∫’«Û¡≈ È∂ ÙÓ»Ò∆¡Â ’∆Â∆ ¡ÒÏ‡≈ (¬∂ Ù ∆¡È «‡z « Ï¿± È «Ï¿±  Ø ) Ô» È ∆Ú«√‡∆ ¡≈Î ¡ÒÏ‡≈ Á∆ √∆√√ «ÏÒ«≥‚≥◊ «Ú⁄ ◊∞» È≈È’ Á∂Ú ‹∆ Á ∂ EE@ Íz’≈Ù ÍπÏ Á∂ √Ï≥Ë «Ú⁄ Ù«È⁄Ú≈ AB ¡’± Ï , B@AI ˘ ’Ú≈¬∆ ◊¬∆ √À Ó ∆È≈ ’≈ÓÔ≈Ï ‘∆Õ Â’∆ÏÈ BE@ «Ú¡’Â∆¡ª È∂ «¬√ √À Ó ∆È≈ «Ú⁄ ÙÓ» Ò ∆¡Â ’’∂ ◊∞» È≈È’ Á∆ ‹∆ÚÈ∆ Ú≈∂ ¡Â∂ ¿∞Ȫ Á∂ ¯Ò√¯∂ Ú≈∂ ¿∞‘ ‹≈‰’≈∆ Íz≈Í ’∆Â∆ ‹Ø ¡≈Ó ’’∂ √πȉ È±ß È‘∆∫ «ÓÒÁ∆Õ «¬√Á∂ È≈Ò

‘∆ ◊∞» È≈È’ Á∂Ú ‹∆ Á∆¡ª «√«÷¡≈Úª ˘ ‘ «Ú¡’Â∆ È∂ ¡≈͉∆ «‹≥Á◊∆ «Ú⁄ «’√ Âª Ò≈◊ » ’È≈ ‘À Ò¬∆ Ú∆ ‹≈‰’≈∆ «ÁÂ∆ ◊¬∆Õ ◊∞Áπ¡≈≈ «ÓÒÚ∞‚˜ ¡Â∂ ◊∞Áπ¡≈≈ «√∆ ◊∞» «√≥ÿ √Ì≈ ÂØ ∫ ⁄≈ Ï√ª «Ú⁄ √ÀÓ∆È≈ «Ú⁄ Í‘∞ ≥⁄‰ ÂØ∫ «√Ú≈, Ï‘∞  Ú∆ ÌÀ ‰ ª ¡≈͉∆¡ª ’≈ª «Ú⁄ «√ºË∂ √ÀÓ∆È≈ «Ú⁄ Ù≈ÓÒ ‘؉ Ò¬∆ Í‘∞≥⁄∂Õ «¬√ √ÀÓ∆È≈ «Ú⁄ ‚≈ ÒÚ≥ «√≥ÿ «„ÒØ∫ ‹Ø «’ ◊∞  » È≈È’ Á∂ Ú Ô»È∆Ú«√‡∆ Á∂ «Ú⁄ ÍzØÎÀ√ ¡Â∂ «‚Í≈‡ÓÀ∫‡ ¡≈Î ◊∞»

È≈È’ Á∂Ú √‡º‚∆˜ Á∂ Óπ÷∆ «‘ ⁄π’∂ ‘È, È∂ ¡≈͉∆ ÷Ø‹ ‘≈˜ √≥ ◊ ª È≈Ò √ªfi∆ ’∆Â∆Õ «¬√Á∂ È≈Ò ‘∆ «√º÷ ∆√⁄ «¬≥ √ ‡∆«⁄¿± ‡ Á∂ ‚∆À ’ ‡, √ «¬≥ Á Íz ∆  «√≥ÿ ¡Â∂ «¬√∂ √≥√Ê≈ Á∆ Ï∆Ï∆ ÚÈ∆ ’Ω ÚæÒØ∫ ◊∞» È≈È’ Á∂Ú ‹∆ Á∆ Ï≈‰∆ «Ú⁄ «ÁÂ∆¡ª «√«÷¡≈Úª ˘ √Ófi’∂ «’√ Âª ¡≈͉∆ «‹≥Á◊∆ «Ú⁄ Ò≈◊» ’È≈ ‘À Ú≈∂ ‹≈‰’≈∆«ÁÂ∆ ◊¬∆Õ Ô≈Á ‘∂ «’ «¬√ √ÀÓ∆È≈ Á≈ Íz Ï ≥ Ë «√º ÷ ÈΩ ‹ Ú≈È ÒÛ’∂ ÒÛ’∆¡ª È∂ ’∆Â≈Õ «¬√ √À Ó ∆È≈ ˘ ÚÀ √ ≈÷∆

È◊ ’∆ÂÈ ’Ó∂ ‡ ∆ ¡À‚«≥Ó≥‡È ÚÒØ∫ ¡≈ÔØ«‹Â ’∆Â≈ «◊¡≈ √∆Õ ÚÀ √ ≈÷∆ È◊ ’∆ÂÈ ’Ó∂ ‡ ∆ ¡À‚«≥Ó≥‡È Á∂ ⁄∂¡ÓÀÈ √ ◊∞  ⁄È «√≥ ÿ √≥ ÿ ≈ È∂ ¡◊Ò∂ «ÁÈ ◊∞Áπ¡≈≈ «√∆ ◊∞» «√≥ÿ √Ì≈ «Ú÷∂ ‘ ج∂ ÷≈√ √Ó≈◊Ó «Ú⁄ «¬≥È≈ ÈΩ‹Ú≈È ÒÛ’∂ ÒÛ’∆¡ª Ë≥ È Ú≈Á ’∆Â≈ ¡Â∂ ‘ Ø ÈΩ‹Ú≈Ȫ ˘ «¬‘Ø «‹‘∂ ’≥Ó≈ «Ú⁄ ¡º◊∂ ¡≈¿∞‰ Á∆ ¡Í∆Ò ’∆Â∆Õ «¬√ √À Ó ∆È≈ Á∆ ’∞ fi Ú∆‚∆˙ “È◊ ’∆ÂÈ «√º÷ Í ∂‚ ¡À‚«Ó≥‡È” Á∂ Î∂√Ïπ’ Í∂‹ Â∂ Á∂÷∆ ‹≈ √’Á∆ ‘ÀÕ

Ï≈Ï≈ È≈È’ ‡º√‡ Î≈¿±∫‚Ù ∂ È (Ï∂ÈÂ∆) ¡À ‚ «Óß ‡ È (¬∂ Ù ∆¡È «‡z « Ï¿± È «Ï¿±  Ø ) - Ï≈Ï≈ È≈È’ ‡º √ ‡ Î≈¿± ∫ ‚∂ Ù È (Ï∂ÈÂ∆), «¬º’ ÈÚ∆∫ √≥√Ê≈ ÚÒØ∫ ◊∞» È≈È’ Á∂Ú ‹∆ Á∂ EE@Ú∂ Íz ’ ≈Ù ¿∞  √Ú Á∂ √Ï≥Ë «Ú⁄ ÈÚ≥Ï AE, AF, AG ˘ ◊∞Áπ¡≈≈ «ÓÒÚ∞‚‹ «Ú÷∂ ¡÷≥‚ Í≈· Á∆ √∂Ú≈ ’Ú≈¬∆ ‹≈ ‘∆ ‘ÀÕ «‹Ú∂∫ «’ ¡≈Í ‹∆ ˘ ÍÂ≈ ‘∆ ‘À «’ «¬√ √≈Ò ◊∞  » È≈È’ Á∂ Ú ‹∆ Á≈ EE@Úª Íz’≈Ù ¿∞Â√Ú √≈∆ ÁπÈ∆¡ª «Ú⁄ ÏÛ∆ ËπÓË≈Ó È≈Ò ÓÈ≈«¬¡≈ È≈ «‘≈ ‘ÀÕ Ï≈Ï≈ È≈È’ ‡º √ ‡ Á∂ √∂ Ú ≈Á≈ª ¡Â∂ ¿∞ ‘ Ȫ Á∂ ÍzÚ≈ª ÚÒØ∫ «¬√ «¬«Â‘≈√’ «Á‘≈Û∂ Â∂ ¡÷≥‚ Í≈· Á∆ √∂Ú≈ È≈Ò ◊∞» √≈«‘Ï Á≈ ¡Ù∆Ú≈Á ÒÀ ’∂ ‡º√‡ Á∆ ¡≥ÌÂ≈ ’∆Â∆ ‹≈ ‘∆ ‘ÀÕ √≈∂ ËÓª Á∆¡≈ √≥◊ª ˘ «¬√ «Ú⁄ «‘º√≈ ÒÀ‰ Ò¬∆ √È∆Ó Ï∂ÈÂ∆ ’∆Â∆ ‹ªÁ∆ ‘À «’ ¡≈¿∞ ¡Â∂ ◊∞» È≈È’ Á∂ Ú ‹∆ Á∂ ÓÈ∞ º ÷ Â≈ Ò¬∆ √≥Á∂Ù Ú≈∂ ‹≈‰’≈∆ Íz≈ÍÂ

’ØÕ ◊∞  » È≈È’ Á∂ Ú ‹∆ È∂ ¡≈͉∆¡ª «√º«÷¡≈Úª «Ú⁄ Á√≈«¬¡≈ «’ √Ì Ï≈Ï ‘ÈÕ ¡√∆∫ ¡≈√ ’Á∂ ‘ª «’ «¬√ Í«‘Ò’ÁÓ∆ È≈Ò «√º÷ ËÓ Á∆ ¿∞Á≈Â≈ Â∂ ¡≈Í√∆ √ªfi Á∂ √πÈ∂‘∂ ˘ ¡º◊∂ Ú≥‚ √’Á∂ ‘ªÕ Ï≈Ï≈ È≈È’ ‡º √ ‡ Î≈¿±∫‚∂ÙÈ Á≈ «Í¤Ø’Û: «¬‘ ¡À ‚ Ó≥ ‡ È ¡Ë≈ ◊À  Ò≈Ì’≈∆ √≥√Ê≈ Ì≈¬∆⁄≈∂ Á∆ √∂Ú≈ Ò¬∆ √≥◊·Â ’∆Â∆ ◊¬∆ ‘ÀÕ Ì≈Ú∂∫ «’ «¬‘ √≥√Ê≈ ¡‹∂ ¡≈͉∂ √≥ ◊ ·È Á∂ Ù∞»¡≈ ÍÛ≈¡ «Ú⁄ ‘∆ ‘À Í Ì≈¬∆⁄≈’ ÓØ„∆¡ª ¡Â∂ «√‘ √Ï≥Ë∆ Í∂Ù∂Ú≈ª È≈Ò ◊ºÒÏ≈ ’’∂ √≈‚∂ ÍzÚ≈ª «Ú⁄ ¡≈ ‘∆¡ª ¡È∂ ’ ª Óπ Ù ’Òª Ú≈∂ ‹≈‰’≈∆ «ÓÒ∆ ‘À «‹‘Ȫ Ú≈∂ «¬º’·∂ ‘Ø ’∂ ◊ºÒÏ≈ ’È∆ ¡Â∂ ‘ºÒ Һ̉∂ Ï‘∞ ‹»∆ ‘ÈÕ Ï∂ÈÂ∆ Á≈ Óπº„Ò≈ ¡ÁÙ ‘À Áº÷‰∆ ¬∂Ù∆¡È Ì≈¬∆⁄≈∂ «Ú⁄ √Ó≈«‹’ ¡Â∂ Ó≈È«√’ ÂΩ  Â∂ ’Ó‹Ø 

ÓÈ∞º÷Â≈ Á∆ «ÈÙ’≈Ó √∂ Ú ≈ ’È≈ ¡Â∂ «¬√Á≈ «ÓÙÈ ‘À «’ «¬º’‹∞º‡ ‘Ø ’∂ ¡Â∂ «ÚÙÚ≈√Í≈Â ω ’∂ «¬º ’ ÒÂ≈, Áπ  «ÚÚ‘≈, «È≈ÙÂ≈ ¡≈«Á Óπ Ù ’Òª È≈Ò ‹» fi ‘∂ Áº ÷ ‰∆ ¬∂ Ù ∆¡È Ì≈¬∆⁄≈∂ Á∂ «Ú¡’Â∆¡ª ˘ √º«Ì¡≈⁄≈’ Óπ÷∆ √∂Ú≈Úª Óπ‘º¬∆¡≈ ’Ú≈¿∞‰ «Ú⁄ ÓÁÁ ’È∆Õ ¡≈¿∞ ‰ Ú≈Ò∂ «ÁȪ «Ú⁄ Ï∂ È Â∆ ÚÒØ ∫ ¿∞ È ‡∂  ∆¿∞ Á∆ Í≥ ‹ ≈Ï∆ Ì≈¬∆⁄≈’ «√‘ √∂Ú≈Úª √Ï≥Ë∆ √≥√Ê≈ È≈Ò «ÓÒ ’∂ ¡À‚Ó≥‡È «Ú⁄ Ϻ«⁄¡ª Á∂ Í≈Ò‰ ÍØ Ù ‰, ÈÙ≈’Ø Ù ∆, ÿ∂Ò» fi◊Û∂ ¡Â∂ Ó≈È«√’ «√‘ Ú≈∂ Ú’Ù≈Í ’Ú≈¬∆ ‹≈Ú∂◊∆Õ ¡≈͉∆ ¡≈¿∞ ‰ Ú≈Ò∆ Í∆Û∆ ˘ «ÈÙ’≈Ó √∂Ú≈ Á∆ Ì≈ÚÈ≈ È≈Ò ‹ØÛÈ Ò¬∆ Ï∂ÈÂ∆ ÚÒØ∫ Ô∞ È ∆Ú√‡∆ ‘Ø √ Í∆‡Ò Î≈¿∞∫‚∂ÙÈ È≈Ò «ÓÒ ’∂, ÓÀ‹È’Ø√’∆ ¡ÒÏ‡≈ ‘≈‡ «¬≥√‡∆«⁄¿±‡ «Ú⁄ √«ÊÂ

◊∞  » È≈È’ Á∂ Ú ‘∆«Òß ◊ ◊≈‚È, «‹√ «Ú≈√Â∆ ÍzØ‹À’‡ «Ú⁄ √Ó»≥‘ Ì≈¬∆⁄≈∂ È∂ Â’∆ÏÈ BC Òº÷ ‚≈Ò Á∆ ’Ó Á≈ ÔØ ◊ Á≈È Í≈«¬¡≈ √∆, ¿∞√ Á∆ Á√Ú∆ Ú∂ ◊ ≥ „ Á∂ √Ï≥ Ë «Ú⁄ ¡≈Ëπ«È’Â≈ «Ò¡≈¿∞‰ Ò¬∆ √≈Ò B@B@ «Ú⁄ ÔÂÈ ’∆Â∂ ‹≈‰◊∂Õ ◊∞» È≈È’ Á∂ Ú ‘∆«Òß ◊ ◊≈‚È Á∆ Á»¡≥Á∂Ù∆ Á∆ Âª ‘∆ Ï∂ÈÂ∆ Á∂ √∂Ú≈Á≈ª ÚÒØ∫ «√‘ ¡Â∂ Â≥Á∞√Â∆ ˘ ÓºÁ∂Ș º ÷ Á∂ ‘Ø ¬ ∂ Ì≈¬∆⁄≈∂ «Ú⁄ «‚ÍÀÙÈ ¡Â∂ ÷πÁ’∞Ù∆¡ª «‹‘∆¡ª Óπ√∆Ϫ ÂØ Ï⁄≈¡ Ò¬∆ ““Ó≈È«√’ ‘≈Ò ‘∆«ÊÒß ◊ ◊≈‚È”” Ú≈∂ «Ú⁄≈ ’∆Â∆ ‹≈ ‘∆ ‘ÀÕ Ï∂ È Â∆ È≈Ò ‹∞ÛÈ ¡Â∂ √∂Ú≈ ’È Ò¬∆ Ì∞«Ú≥Á ’Ω «◊ºÒ GH@ I@E GBGD, ÙÈÍ≈Ò «√≥ÿ GH@ IFE @@AC, «¬’Ï≈Ò «√≥ ÿ Ó≈‘Ò GH@ IIE G@CE ‹ª ’ÙÓ∆ «√≥ ÿ «◊ºÒ È≈Ò GH@ FAF E@EG Â∂ √≥Í’ ’ √’Á∂ ‘ØÕ

Á∂ È≈Ó ”Â∂ ¡ÀÙ Á≈ ‹∆ÚÈ ÏÂ∆ ’È Á≈ «ÚØË ’∆Â≈ Â∂ AH √≈Ò ’Â≈Íπ  √≈«‘Ï ”⁄ ÷∂  ∆ ’È ÂØ ∫ Í«‘Òª Óºfiª Ú∆ ⁄≈¬∆¡ª ¡Â∂ ÈΩ’∆ Ú∆ ’∆Â∆Õ ¿∞È∑ª Úº ‚ ∂ ÿª ˘ ¤º ‚ ’∂ «’Â∆¡ª Á∂ ÿ Á≈ ÷≈‰≈ ÷≈‰ ˘ Â‹∆‘ «ÁºÂ∆Õ ¿∞ Í ≈Ù‡ÍÂ∆ ¡À µ Ó ÚÀ∫’º¬∆¡≈ È≈«¬‚± È∂ «’‘≈ «’ ◊∞» È≈È’ Á∂Ú ‹∆ Á∆¡ª «√º«÷¡≈Úª ¡Â∂ ‹∆ÚÈ Á∆ ¡º‹ Ú∆ ˙È∆ ‘∆ Íz√≥«◊’Â≈ ‘À «‹≥È∆ Í≥‹ √Á∆¡ª Í«‘Òª √∆ «‹√ ˘ ¡Í‰≈ ’∂ ÙªÂ∆ ¡Â∂ «Ú’≈√ Á∆ ÈÚ∆∫ ÁπÈ∆¡ª Á∆ ÷Ø‹ ’ √’Á∂ ‘ªÕ ¿∞È∑ª «’‘≈,““◊∞» È≈È’ Á∂Ú ‹∆ √Ó≈«‹’ Ï≈Ï∆ Á∂ ⁄À∫Í∆¡È √È «‹È∑ª ‹≈ÂÍ≈ «‘ √Ó≈‹ Á∆ «√‹‰≈ Á≈ √≥Á∂Ù «ÁºÂ≈Õ «ÚÙÚ ˘ ¡º‹ Ú∆ ¡«‹‘∂ ¡«Ë¡≈ÂÓ’ ◊∞»¡ª Á∆ ÒØÛ ‘À «‹‘Û∂ ÙªÂ∆ √«ÊÂ≈ ¡Â∂ √«‘ÔØ◊ ˘ ‘∞Ò≈≈ Á∂‰ Ò¬∆ «Ú⁄≈ª Á≈ ¡≈Á≈È ÍzÁ≈È ’È «‘ºÂ √≈«Ê’ √≥Ú≈Á «Úº⁄ Ù≈ÓÒ ‘Ø √’Á∂ ‘؉Փ“ ¿∞È∑ª «’‘≈ «’ ◊∞» È≈È’ Á∂Ú ‹∆ È∂ AFÚ∆∫ √Á∆ «Úº⁄ «Ú⁄≈ª (◊ØÙ‡∆) Á∆ Ù∞»¡≈ ’∆Â∆ ¡Â∂ ¡≈͉∂ √Ó’≈Ò∆ Ë≈«Ó’ √≥ÍÁ≈«¬ Á∂ ÒØ’ª È≈Ò √≥Ú≈Á ⁄≈«¬¡≈Õ √z∆ È≈«¬‚± È∂ ’Â≈Íπ Òªÿ≈ ÷πºÒ∑‰ ”Â∂ ÷πÙ∆ ˜≈‘ ’∆Â∆Õ ¿∞ È ∑ ª «ÚË≈«¬’ª ˘ «¬’√≈Â≈ Ú≈Ò∂ √Ó≈‹ Á∆ «√‹‰≈ Ò¬∆ ◊∞» √≈«‘Ï Á∂ «√˪ª ¡È∞√≈ ÒØ’ª Á∆ √∂Ú≈ ’’∂ «Ó√≈Ò ’≈«¬Ó ’È Á≈ √ºÁ≈ «ÁºÂ≈Õ ¿∞Í ≈Ù‡ÍÂ∆ È∂ «’‘≈ «’ ◊∞» È≈È’ Á∂ Ú ‹∆ Á∂ ‘ «Ú¡’Â∆ ˘ Ø ˜ ∆ Ø ‡ ∆ ’Ó≈¿∞‰ ¡Â∂ Ú≥‚ ’∂ ¤’‰ Á≈ √≥Á∂Ù «ÁºÂ≈ ‹Ø ¡º‹ Ú∆ ÍzÌ≈Ú∆ ‘ÀÕ ¿∞È∑ª «’‘≈ «’ ◊∞  » È≈È’ Á∂ Ú ‹∆ Á∂ ¡≈ÁÙª ¡Â∂ «√º«÷¡≈Úª ”Â∂ ⁄ºÒÁ∂ ‘ج∂ √≈˘ √≈«¡ª ˘

¡≈͉∆ ÷πÙ‘≈Ò∆ ‘ØȪ È≈Ò Ú∆ √ªfi∆ ’È∆ ⁄≈‘∆Á∆ ‘À Â∂ ÒØÛÚ≥Áª Á∆ ÓÁÁ ’È Á∆ ˜» ‘ÀÕ Í≥‹≈Ï Á∂ Óπº÷ Ó≥Â∆ ’ÀÍ‡È ¡Ó«≥Á «√≥ÿ È∂ ¡≈¿∞‰ Ú≈Ò∆¡ª Í∆Û∑ ∆ ¡ª ˘ Ú≈Â≈Ú‰ ÍzÁ»Ù‰ Á∂ ÍzÌ≈Ú ÂØ∫ Ï⁄≈¿∞‰ Á≈ √ºÁ≈ «ÁºÂ≈Õ ◊∞  » √≈«‘Ï ‹∆ Á∂ Ó‘≈È ÎÒ√¯∂ “ÍÚ‰∞ ◊∞», Í≈‰∆ «ÍÂ≈, Ó≈Â≈ Ë«Â Ó‘Â∞“ ˘ Ô≈Á ’«Á¡ª Óπº÷ Ó≥Â∆ È∂ ’∞ Á  Â∂ ÓÈ∞ º ÷ Â≈ Á∂ «Ú⁄’≈ ¡≈Í√∆ ¡≥Â∆Ú √ªfi ˘ Á√≈«¬¡≈Õ ¿∞È∑ª «’‘≈ «’ ◊∞  » √≈«‘Ï Á∂ ÎÒ√¯∂ Á∆ Ì≈ÚÈ≈ ˘ ’≈«¬Ó º ÷ ‰ Á∆ ÒØ Û ‘À ª ‹Ø ¡≈¿∞‰ Ú≈Ò∆¡ª Í∆Û∑∆¡ª ˘ Ú≈Â≈Ú‰ ÍzÁ»Ù‰ ’≈È ÎÀÒÁ∆¡ª ÿ≈Â’ «ÏÓ≈∆¡ª ÂØ∫ Ï⁄≈«¬¡≈ ‹≈ √’∂Õ ¿∞È∑ª ÓΩ‹»Á≈ √Ó∂∫ ”⁄ ’ΩÓ∆ ≈‹Ë≈È∆ √Ó∂ √Óπº⁄∂ ¿∞µÂ∆ Ì≈ ˘ ¡≈͉∆ ÒÍ∂ ‡ «Úº ⁄ ÒÀ ‰ Ú≈Ò∂ ‘Ú≈ ÍzÁ»Ù‰ Á≈ «˜’ Ú∆ ’∆Â≈Õ Óπ º ÷ Ó≥  ∆ È∂ √≈«¡ª ˘ ’∞ Á  ¡Â∂ ’∞ÁÂ∆ √ت ˘ √ªÌ‰ Á∆ ¡Í∆Ò ’∆Â∆ ª ‹Ø Í≥‹≈Ï ˘ ◊∞  » √≈«‘Ï Á∂ ÎÒ√¯∂ ¡È∞√≈ √≈Î-√πÊ≈, ‘≈Ì«¡≈ Â∂ Íz Á » Ù ‰ Óπ ’ Â º«÷¡≈ ‹≈ √’∂Õ ¿∞È∑ª ËÂ∆ ‘∂·Ò∂ Í≈‰∆ Á∆ ÿº‡ ÚÂØ∫ ’È, Í≈‰∆ Á∆ ÿº‡ ÚÂØ∫ Ú≈Ò∆¡ª Î√Òª ÍÀÁ≈ ’È, Í≈Ò∆ È≈ √≈ÛÈ ¡Â∂ √≈«¬‰’ ÷≈Áª Á∆ ÿº ‡ ÚÂØ∫ ”Â∂ ˜Ø «ÁºÂ≈Õ Í≥‹≈Ï «ÚË≈È √Ì≈ ÚºÒØ∫ ÏπÒ≈¬∂ ◊¬∂ «¬√ «ÚÙ∂Ù √ÀÙÈ «Úº⁄ Í≥‹≈Ï Á∂ ≈‹Í≈Ò Ú∆ Í∆ «√≥ ÿ ÏÁÈΩ  , ‘«¡≈‰≈ Á∂ ≈‹Í≈Ò √º « ¡≈Á∂ Ú È≈≈«¬‰ ¡≈∆¡≈, ‘«¡≈‰≈ Á∂ Óπ º ÷ Ó≥  ∆ ÓÈØ‘ Ò≈Ò ÷º‡, ¿∞Í Óπº÷ Ó≥Â∆ ÁπÙÔ≥ ⁄Ω‡≈Ò≈, Í≥‹≈Ï Á∂ √≥ √ Á ÓÀ ∫ Ï, Í≥ ‹ ≈Ï Â∂ ‘«¡≈‰≈ Á∂ «ÚË≈«¬’ ¡Â∂ Í≥‹≈Ï Â∂ ‘«¡≈‰≈ «ÚË≈È Also, follow us on twitter @AsianTribuneEdm

√Ì≈Úª Á∂ √Í∆’ ≈‰≈ ’∂ Í∆ «√≥ÿ ¡Â∂ «◊¡≈È ⁄≥Á ◊∞ÍÂ≈ Ú∆ ‘≈˜ √ÈÕ Ï≈ÁÒ Á≈ È≈Ó «√¯ È≈«¬‚± È∂ «Ò¡≈ «ÚÙ∂Ù √ÀÙÈ ÁΩ≈È √ÁÈ ”⁄ ÓΩ‹»Á Í≥‹≈Ï Á∂ √≈Ï’≈ Óπº÷ Ó≥Â∆ Íz’≈Ù «√≥ÿ Ï≈ÁÒ Á≈ È≈Ó Óπ º ÷ Ó≥  ∆ ’À Í ‡È ¡Ó«≥Á «√≥ÿ ‹ª √Í∆’ ≈‰≈ ’∂ Í∆ «√≥ÿ È∂ È‘∆∫ «Ò¡≈Õ ’ÀÍ‡È È∂ ‘«¡≈‰≈ Á∂ √≈Ï’≈ Óπº÷ Ó≥Â∆ Ì∞«Í≥Á «√≥ÿ ‘∞º‚≈ Á≈ È≈Ó Âª «Ò¡≈ Í √z∆ Ï≈ÁÒ ˘ ¡º÷Ø∫ ÍØ÷∂ ’ «ÁºÂ≈Õ ¿∞Í ≈Ù‡ÍÂ∆ ¡ÀµÓ ÚÀ∫’º¬∆¡≈ È≈«¬‚± È∂ ¡≈͉∂ √≥ÏØËÈ ÂØ∫ Í«‘Òª ˜» Íz’≈Ù «√≥ÿ Ï≈ÁÒ Á≈ «˜’ ’∆Â≈Õ Í≥ ‹ ≈Ï Â∂ ‘«¡≈‰≈ Á∂ «ÚË≈«¬’ ‘≈˜ ‘؉ ’≈È «ÚË≈È √Ì≈ Á≈ ‘≈Ò Í»∆ Â∑ª È≈Ò Ì«¡≈ ‘Ø«¬¡≈ √∆Õ «˜’ÔØ◊ ‘À «’ √ªfi∂ Í≥‹≈Ï Ú∂Ò∂ ÂØ∫ «ÚË≈«¬’ ⁄Ò∂ ¡≈ ‘∂ «¬º’Ø «¬º’ È∂Â≈ Íz’≈Ù «√≥ÿ Ï≈ÁÒ ‘∆ √ÁÈ ”⁄ ÓΩ‹Á » √ÈÕ ÙË≈Ò» ¡ ª ˘ «√¡≈√∆ √◊Ó∆¡ª Á∆ ¡≈«◊¡≈ È‘∆∫ «Á¡ª◊∂: Í≈«’ Ò≈‘Ω-Í≈«’√Â≈È È∂ «’‘≈ ‘À «’ Á∂Ù «Úº⁄ ◊∞» È≈È’ Á∂Ú ‹∆ Á∂ EE@ √≈Ò≈ Íz’≈Ù ÍπÏ Á∂ ‹ÙȪ «Úº⁄ ¡Â∂ ’Â≈Íπ Òªÿ≈ ÷ØÒ∑‰ Á∂ √Ó≈◊Óª «Úº⁄ Ù≈ÓÒ ‘؉ Ú≈Ò∂ «√º ÷ ÙË≈Ò» ¡ ª ˘ ◊∞Áπ¡≈«¡ª «Úº⁄ «√¡≈√∆ √◊Ó∆¡ª ’È Á∆ ¡≈«◊¡≈ È‘∆∫ «Áº  ∆ ‹≈Ú∂ ◊ ∆Õ ˙’≈Î ÏØ  ‚ Á∂ ⁄∂ ¡ ÓÀ È ‚≈’‡ ¡≈«Ó ¡«‘ÓÁ È∂ ‹≈‰’≈∆ «Á≥ « Á¡ª Áº « √¡≈ «’ ◊∞  Áπ ¡ ≈«¡ª «Úº ⁄ «’√∂ Íz’≈ Á∆ ≈‹√∆ ◊Â∆«ÚË∆ ’È Á∆ ¡≈«◊¡≈ È‘∆∫ «ÁºÂ∆ ‹≈Ú∂◊∆ ¡Â∂ ¡«‹‘∆ «’√∂ Ú∆ ◊Â∆«ÚË∆ ˘ √÷Â∆ È≈Ò Ø«’¡≈ ‹≈Ú∂◊≈ ¡Â∂ ωÁ∆ ’≈Ú≈¬∆ ’∆Â∆ ‹≈Ú∂ ◊ ∆Õ ‹ÁØ ∫ ¿∞ È ∑ ª ˘

Í≈«’√Â≈È Á∂ √»⁄È≈ ¡Â∂ Íz√≈‰ Ó≥Â≈Ò∂ ÚºÒØ∫ ‹≈∆ ’∆Â∆ ’Â≈Íπ Ï≈∂ ⁄≈ «Ó≥ ‡ Á∆ Ú∆‚∆˙ «Úº ⁄ ÷≈«Ò√Â≈È∆ Úº ÷ Ú≈Á∆¡ª ‹ÈÀÒ «√≥ÿ «Ì≥‚≈Ú≈Ò∂, √π Ï ∂ ◊ «√≥ ÿ ¡Â∂ ¡Ó∆’ «√≥ ÿ ÷≈Ò√≈ Á∂ ÍØ √ ‡ «Á÷≈¿∞‰ Ï≈∂ Í㮧 ¤¡≈ «◊¡≈ ª ¿∞È∑ª «¬‘ ’«‘ ’∂ ͺÒ≈ fi≈Û «ÁºÂ≈ «’ «¬‘ ¿∞È∑ª Á∂ «Ë¡≈È «Úº⁄ È‘∆∫ ‘À Í ◊∞Áπ¡≈«¡ª «Úº⁄ «’√∂ Â∑ª Á∆ ≈‹√∆ ◊Â∆«ÚË∆ Á∆ ¡≈«◊¡≈ È‘∆∫ «Áº  ∆ ‹≈Ú∂◊∆Õ «√≥Ë ‹Ò √≥Ë∆ ‘Ø √’Á∆ ‘À ÓØÁ∆ Á≈ ¡◊Ò≈ «ÈÙ≈È≈: Í≈«’√Â≈È Á∂ √≈«¬≥ √ Â∂ ‡À ’ È≈ÒΩ ‹ ∆ Ó≥  ∆ ÎÚ≈Á ⁄ΩË∆ È∂ «’‘≈ ‘À «’ Ì≈Â∆ ÍzË≈È Ó≥Â∆ È«≥Á ÓØÁ∆ Á≈ ¡◊Ò≈ «ÈÙ≈È≈ «√≥Ë ‹Ò √≥Ë∆ ‘Ø √’Á∆ ‘ÀÕ Í≈«’√Â≈È ˘ «¬√ ◊≥Ì∆ ÿ≈‡∂ √Ï≥Ë∆ «⁄Â≈ÚÈ∆ «Á≥«Á¡ª ⁄ΩË∆ È∂ «’‘≈ «’ «¬‘ ¡≥Â≈Ù‡∆ √≈«‹Ù «‘ ’∆Â≈ ‹≈ √’Á≈ ‘À ª ‹Ø Í≈«’√Â≈È Á≈ «Ë¡≈È ’ÙÓ∆ ÂØ ∫ ‘‡≈«¬¡≈ ‹≈ √’∂ Õ ¿∞ È ∑ ª «’‘≈ «’ Í≈«’√Â≈È ’ØÒ ¡º÷ª Ó∆⁄ ’∂ ÏÀ·‰ Á≈ √Óª È‘∆∫ ‘À Â∂ Á∂Ù Á∂ ÒØ’ È‘∆∫ ‹≈‰Á∂ «’ Ó≈ÓÒ≈ «’≥ È ≈ ◊≥Ì∆ ‘ÀÕ Í≈«’√Â≈È∆ ÎΩ‹ Òªÿ∂ È≈Ò Í≥‹≈Ï ”⁄ Úº÷Ú≈Á ÎÀÒ≈¿∞‰ Á∆ Â≈’ ”⁄ ÈÚ∆∫ «ÁºÒ∆: Ì≈ √’≈ Á∂ √»  ª È∂ «’‘≈ ‘À «’ Í≈«’√Â≈È Á∆ ÎΩ ‹ ’Â≈Íπ Òªÿ∂ ≈‘∆∫ Í≥‹≈Ï «Úº⁄ Úº÷Ú≈Á ÎÀÒ≈¿∞‰ Á∆ Â≈’ «Úº⁄ √∆ ¡Â∂ ÎΩ‹ Á≈ Òªÿ≈ ÷Ø Ò ∑ ‰ «Íº ¤ ∂ «¬‘ ‰È∆Â’ Ó’√Á √∆Õ ‹∂ Í≈«’√Â≈È ¡≈͉∂ Ó≈Û∂ «¬≈«Á¡ª Á∆ Í»  Â∆ Á∆ ’Ø«ÙÙ ’∂◊≈ ª «¬√ Ó≈ÓÒ∂ «Úº⁄ Ì≈Â∆ √πº«÷¡≈ ÏÒ «’√∂ Íz’≈ Á≈ ’ج∆ √ÓfiΩÂ≈ È‘∆∫ ’È◊∂Õ

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