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Volume-2 | Issue-8 | AUGUST 2016

A`‑na‑pJ‑w

s‑_-\‑y‑m-a‑n³ current affairs

A GOVERNMENT

on Knife Edge Jacob Thomas

Repent SUSIE ABRAHAM

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EDITORIAL Sydney ~ Melbourne ~ Canberra ~ New Castle ~ Adelaide ~ Brisbane ~ Alice Springs ~ Wagga Wagga

Volume-2 | Issue-8| AUGUST 2016

1191-þ92 | IÀ¡SIw þ Nn§w

k‑n-U‑v-\‑n a-e-b‑m-f‑n A-t‑k‑m-k‑n-t‑b-j³ ]‑p-X‑n-b {‑]-hÀ-¯-I k-a‑n-X‑n \‑n-e-h‑n h-¶‑p

k‑n-U‑v-\‑n : B-k‑v-t‑{‑S-e‑n-b-b‑n-s‑e G-ä-h‑p‑w ]-g-¡‑w s‑N-¶ a-e-b‑m-f‑n A-t‑k‑m-k‑n-t‑b-j³ B-b k‑n-U‑v-\‑n a-e-b‑mf‑n A-t‑k‑m-k‑n-t‑b-j-s‑â ]‑p-X‑n-b {‑]-hÀ-¯-I k-a‑n-X‑n \‑n-e-h‑n h-¶‑p. {‑]-k‑n-Uâ‑m-b‑n _‑m-_‑p hÀ-K‑o-k‑v X‑pS-c‑p‑w. a-ä‑v `‑m-c-h‑m-l‑n-IÄ: s‑s‑h-k‑v {‑]-k‑n-Uâ‑v:- k-X‑y³

I‑m-c‑m-b‑n‑, P-\-d s‑k-{‑I-«-d‑n: -t‑P‑m¬ t‑P-¡-_‑v, {‑S-j-dÀ: -_‑m-_‑p t‑]‑mÄ‑, ]-»‑n-¡‑v H‑m-^‑o-kÀ: -t‑P‑mÀ-P‑v ]-W‑n-¡À. I-½-ä‑n A‑w-K-§Ä: h‑n-i‑z³ t‑I-t‑¨-c‑n‑,k‑mP‑p t‑X‑m-a-k‑v, s‑P-b‑n‑w-k‑v N‑m-s‑¡‑m‑, t‑P-¡-_‑v t‑X‑m-a-k‑v, e-f‑n-X t‑]‑mÄ.

Bk‑vt‑{‑Se‑nb³ s‑k³kk‑v:

h‑o«‑n k‑wk‑mc‑n¡‑p¶ `‑mj aeb‑mfs‑as‑¶g‑pX‑pI Bk‑vt‑{‑Se‑nbb‑ns‑e aeb‑mf‑n k‑m¶‑n[‑y‑w t‑cJs‑¸S‑p¯‑m\‑pÅ Ak‑pe` Ahkca‑mW‑v BKk‑vX‑v 9 \‑v \S¡‑p¶ s‑k³kk‑ne‑qs‑S \‑m‑w aeb‑mf‑nIÄ¡‑v s‑s‑Ihc‑p¶X‑v. `‑mj‑mS‑nØ‑m\¯‑ne‑pÅ I‑pS‑nt‑bä ka‑ql §f‑ps‑S F®‑w IW¡‑m¡‑m³ Dt‑±i‑n¨‑p s‑I‑mï‑pÅ k‑p{‑][‑m\a‑mb Hc‑p t‑N‑mZ‑ya‑mW‑v s‑k³kk‑v t‑^‑ma‑n DÄs‑¸S‑p¯‑nb‑nc‑n¡‑p¶X‑v. C¥‑oj‑v AÃ‑ms‑X h‑o«‑n k‑wk‑mc‑n¡‑p¶ `‑mj GX‑v F¶ t‑N‑mZ‑ya‑mW‑v AX‑v. D¯c‑w \ÂI‑nb‑nc‑n¡‑p¶ `‑mK¯‑v Gäh‑p‑w Ahk‑m\‑w aä‑v `‑mjIÄ Fg‑pX‑n t‑NÀ¡‑m\‑pÅ t‑I‑mf¯‑n "aeb‑mf‑w' F¶‑v Fg‑pX‑n t‑NÀ¡‑pIb‑mW‑v t‑hïX‑v. hc‑p¶ A©‑v hÀj¡‑met‑¯¡‑pÅ kÀ¡‑mÀ \ b§f‑p‑w ]²X‑nIf‑p‑w c‑q]‑w \ÂI‑m³ s‑k³kk‑n e‑qs‑S t‑iJc‑n¡‑p¶ h‑nhc§f‑mb‑nc‑n¡‑p‑w D] t‑b‑mK‑n¡‑pI. aeb‑mf‑n P\k‑wJ‑y F{‑Xs‑b¶‑v Xn«s‑¸S‑p¯‑m³ h‑o«‑n k‑wk‑mc‑n¡‑p¶ `‑mj ‑'aeb‑mf‑w‑' F¶ D¯ca‑mW‑v AS‑nØ‑m\am¡‑pI. `‑mj‑mS‑nØ‑m\¯‑ne‑pÅ I½‑y‑qW‑nä‑n ]² X‑nIf‑mb s‑s‑NÂU‑vs‑IbÀ‑, GP‑vs‑IbÀ‑, s‑s‑e{‑_d‑nIf‑n aeb‑mf‑w ]‑pk‑vXI§Ä, k‑vI‑qÄ Ic‑n¡‑pe¯‑n aeb‑mf `‑mj DÄs‑¸S‑p¯Â, aeb‑mf‑w t‑dU‑nt‑b‑m -s‑Se‑nh‑nj³ N‑m\e‑pIÄ F¶‑n§s‑\ \‑nch[‑n k‑m[‑yXIf‑mW‑v aeb‑mf‑n P\k‑wJ‑yb‑ps‑S hÀ²\ t‑cJs‑¸S‑p¯‑p¶X‑ne‑qs‑S Dï‑mh‑pI. FÃ‑m aeb‑mf‑nIf‑p‑w s‑k³kk‑v k‑w_Ôa‑mb Ad‑nh‑v aä‑pÅhÀ¡‑v ]IÀ¶‑v \ÂI‑m³ a‑p³s‑s‑I FS‑p¡Ws‑a¶‑v A`‑yÀ°‑n‑¡‑p¶‑p.

kt´mjv tPmk^v No^vFUnäÀ

aÄ«‑n IĨ-d s‑k-h³k‑v t‑k‑m-¡À S‑qÀ®-s‑aâ‑v k‑n-U‑v-\‑n-b‑n-s‑e a-e-b‑m-f‑n k‑v-t‑]‑mÀ«‑n-§‑v ¢-º‑v B-b I‑m-âÀ_-d‑n k‑v-t‑]‑mÀ«‑n-§‑v ¢-º‑v k‑wL-S‑n¸‑n-¡‑p-¶ aÄ«‑n IĨ-d s‑k-h³k‑v t‑k‑m-¡À S‑qÀ ®-s‑aâ‑v H-t‑Î‑m-_À H-¶‑n-\‑v- s‑k-h³ l‑nÂk‑v e‑n-e‑n ^‑p-S‑v-t‑_‑mÄ s‑kâ-d‑n \-S-¡‑p‑w. I-g‑n-ª a‑q-¶‑v hÀj-a‑m-b‑n \-S-¯‑n-h-c‑p-¶ t‑k‑m-¡À S‑qÀ ®-s‑aâ‑n-s‑â X‑p-SÀ¨-b‑m-b‑n C-¯-h-W B-k‑v-t‑{‑Se‑n-b-b‑n-s‑e h‑n-h‑n-[ I‑p-S‑n-t‑b-ä I-½‑y‑q-W‑n-ä‑n-I-f‑n-s‑e S‑o-a‑p-I-s‑f DÄs‑¸-S‑p-¯‑n-b‑m-W‑v- C-¯-h-W S‑qÀ ®-s‑aâ‑v \-S-¡‑p-I. h‑n-P-b‑n-IÄ¡‑v 2000 t‑U‑m-fÀ I‑y‑m-j‑v A-h‑mÀ U‑v e-`‑n-¡‑p‑w. d-®À A-¸‑v S‑o-a‑n-\‑v- 1000 t‑U‑m-fÀ I‑y‑m-j‑v A-h‑mÀU‑p‑w e-`‑n-¡‑p‑w. 250 t‑U‑m-fÀ B-W‑vc-P‑n-k‑v-t‑{‑S-j³ ^‑o-k‑v. B-K-Ì‑v 20\‑v- a‑p³]‑v c-P‑nÌÀ s‑N-¿-W‑w.

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{‑]-i-k‑v-X ]‑n-¶-W‑n K‑m-b-I³ s‑I.P‑n.a‑mÀt‑¡‑m-k‑v \-b‑n-¡‑p-¶ k‑w-K‑o-X k-Ô‑y-b‑p-s‑S S‑n-¡-ä‑v h‑nÂ-¸-\ B-c‑w-`‑n-¨‑p. P‑q-s‑s‑e 10 R‑m-b-d‑m-g‑v-¨ k‑n-U‑v-\‑n s‑kâ‑v t‑a-c‑o-k‑v t‑P-t‑¡‑m-s‑s‑_-ä‑v k‑n-d‑n-b³ H‑mÀ-¯-t‑U‑m-I‑v-k‑v t‑Z-h‑m-e-b-¯‑n s‑h-¨‑v \-S-¶ N-S-§‑n C-S-h-I h‑n-I‑m-c‑n ^‑m-ZÀ t‑P‑m-k-^‑v I‑p¶-¸-Å‑n ¹‑m-ä‑n-\‑w k‑v-t‑]‑m¬-kÀ-a‑mÀ ¡‑v S‑n-¡-ä‑v \Â-I‑n S‑n-¡-ä‑v h‑nÂ-¸-\-b‑p-s‑S D-Z‑v-L‑m-S-\‑w \‑nÀ-Æ-l‑n-¨‑p. H-t‑Î‑m-_À 29 i-\‑n-b‑m-g‑v-¨ s‑s‑h-I‑n-«‑v 6 a-W‑n-¡‑v k‑nÂ-hÀ h‑m-«À k‑n. {‑X‑o H‑m-U‑n-t‑ä‑m-d‑n-b-¯‑n s‑h-¨‑v s‑s‑e-h‑v H‑mÀ-¡-k‑v{‑S-b‑p-s‑S A-I-¼-S‑n-t‑b‑m-s‑S

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t‑a‑mjW‑w hÀ²‑n¡‑p¶‑p; s‑aÂ_¬ aeb‑mf‑nIÄ k‑wLS‑n¡‑p¶‑p

H-¯‑p-t‑N-c h‑n-t‑i-j-§-f‑pa- ‑m-b‑n ]‑p-e-c‑n- I‑n-U‑v-k‑v

]‑p-e-c‑n h‑n-I‑v-t‑S‑m-d‑n-b-b‑p-s‑S _‑m-e h‑n-`‑m-K-¯‑ns‑â 2016-þ17 hÀ-j-¯‑n-s‑e B-Z‑y k‑w-K-a‑w P‑qe‑m-b‑v 10 \‑v {‑I‑m³-_-W‑n-s‑e s‑_-Ã‑m-s‑_-Ã‑m l‑m-f‑n s‑h-¨‑v \-S-¶‑p. I¬-h‑o-\À k-t‑´‑mj‑v-I‑p-a‑mÀ _‑m-e-I‑r-j‑v-W³ I‑p-«‑n-I-t‑f-b‑p‑w c-£‑m-IÀ-¯‑m-¡-s‑f-b‑p‑w A-`‑n-k‑w-t‑_‑m-[-\‑ s‑N-b‑v-X‑v k‑w-k‑m-c‑n-¨‑p. t‑I‑m.-H‑mÀ-U‑n-t‑\-äÀ P‑n-t‑X-j‑v s‑I‑m-t‑¿‑m-S³ C‑u hÀ-j-s‑¯ I‑m-c‑y-{‑I-a-§Ä h‑n-i-Z‑o-I-c‑n-¨‑p. I‑p-a‑mÀ-k‑v A-¡‑m-Z-a‑n-b‑n-s‑e I‑p-a‑mÀ I‑p-«‑n-IÄ-¡‑m-b‑n a-eb‑m-f‑w ¢‑m-Ê‑v \-S-¯‑n-b-t‑X‑m-s‑S‑m-¸‑w K‑m-\-i-Ie-§-f‑p‑w a-ä‑p ]-c‑n-]‑m-S‑n-I-f‑p‑w a-ä‑p‑w \-S-¯‑m³ I‑p-«‑n-IÄ-¡‑v A-h-k-c‑w \Â-I‑n. ]‑p-X‑n-b-X‑p‑w

]-g-b-X‑p-a‑m-b‑n A‑w-K-§-f‑m-b F-Ã‑m I‑p-«‑n-I-f‑p‑w k‑z-b‑w ]-c‑n-N-b-s‑¸-S‑p¯‑n-b-X‑m-b‑n-c‑p-¶‑p A-S‑p-¯-b‑n-\‑w . ]‑n-¶‑o-S‑v \-S-¶ \‑m-\‑m h‑n-[-¯‑n-e‑p-Å h‑n-t‑\‑m-Z ]-c‑n-]‑m-S‑n-IÄ I‑p-«‑n-IÄ¡‑p‑w a‑p-X‑nÀ-¶-hÀ-¡‑p‑w H-c‑p-t‑]‑m-s‑e B-k‑z‑m-Z‑y-I-c-a‑m-b‑n-c‑p-¶‑p. F-s‑â I‑p-S‑p‑w-_‑w F-¶ h‑n-j-b-s‑¯ B-k‑v]-Z-a‑m-¡‑n I‑p-«‑n-IÄ-¡‑m-b‑n \-S-¯‑n-b N‑n-{‑X-c-N-\-b‑n h‑n-SÀ-¶ `‑m-h-\-IÄh‑y-X‑y-k‑v-X-IÄ s‑I‑m-ï‑v {‑i-t‑²-b-a‑mb‑n. I‑p-«‑n-IÄ-¡‑v Bk‑v-t‑{‑S-e‑n-b³ a-e-b‑m-f‑n k-a‑q-l-¯‑n-\‑p-Å‑nÂ-X-s‑¶ B-t‑c‑m-K‑y-I-c-a‑mb k‑u-l‑r-Z _-Ô-§Ä I-s‑ï-¯‑p-h‑m-\‑p‑w h-fÀ-¯‑n-s‑b-S‑p-¡‑ph‑m-\‑p-a‑p-Å A-h-k-c-§Ä k‑r-j‑v-S‑n-¡‑m-\‑p‑w \-½‑p-s‑S k‑m‑w-k‑v-I‑m-c‑n-I s‑s‑]-X‑r-I‑w h-c‑p‑w X-e-a‑p-d-b‑v-¡‑v ]--c‑n-N-b-s‑¸-S‑p¯‑p-h‑m-\‑p-a‑p-Å H-c‑p t‑h-Z‑n F-¶ \‑n-e-b‑v-¡‑mW‑v G-X‑m-\‑p‑w hÀ-j-§Ä-¡‑v a‑p-¼‑v ]‑p-e-c‑n h‑nI‑v-t‑S‑m-d‑n-b- A‑w-K-§-f‑p-s‑S I‑p-«‑n-IÄ-¡‑m-b‑p-Å _‑m-e-h‑n-`‑m-K‑w c‑q-]‑o-I‑r-X-a‑m-b-X‑v. A‑w-K-X‑z-¯‑n-\‑p‑w a-ä‑p-h‑n-h-c-§Ä-¡‑p‑w _-Ô-s‑¸-t‑S-ï \-¼À. 0432167946‑, 0432 245154.

aeb‑mf‑n h‑oS‑pIÄ t‑I{‑µ‑oIc‑n¨‑v \S¡‑p¶ Ifh‑pIÄ¡‑v Ad‑pX‑n hc‑p¯‑m³ s‑aÂ_W‑ns‑e aeb‑mf‑n ka‑ql‑w s‑s‑Is‑I‑mï \S]S‑n a‑mX‑rIb‑mh‑p¶‑p. {‑]t‑Zis‑¯]‑mÀes‑aâ‑v s‑a¼Àa‑mc‑pt‑Sb‑p‑w‑, t]‑me‑ok‑nt‑âb‑p‑w‑, {‑]‑mt‑Zi‑nI k‑wLS\If‑pt‑Sb‑p‑w klIcWt‑¯‑ms‑S BZ‑y ]S‑nb‑mb‑n I½‑y‑qW‑nä‑n t‑k^‑vä‑n a‑oä‑n§‑p‑w X‑pSÀ{‑]hÀ¯\§f‑p‑w \S¯‑nk‑pc£ Dd¸‑m¡‑m\‑pÅ IÀ½ ]²X‑n BW‑v k‑u¯‑v s‑aÂ_¬ \‑nh‑mk‑nIÄ Bk‑q{‑XW‑w s‑N¿‑p¶X‑v. k‑u¯‑v s‑aÂ_W‑ns‑e U‑mU‑nt‑\‑mM‑v‑, \t‑ch‑mc³‑, k‑v{‑]‑nM‑v s‑hb‑nÂ‑, s‑_Àh‑n¡‑v‑, l‑m‑wä‑w ]‑mÀ¡‑v‑, {‑I‑m³_¬ {‑]t‑Zi§f‑ns‑e aeb‑mf‑n h‑oS‑pIf‑n \‑nch[‑n Ifh‑p‑w, `h\t‑`Z\h‑p‑w \S¶X‑ns‑â s‑hf‑n¨¯‑ne‑mW‑v C‑u {‑]hÀ¯\§Ä \S¡‑p¶X‑v. CX‑ns‑â `‑mKa‑mb‑n k‑va‑mÀ«‑v s‑s‑e^‑v‑, ]‑pec‑n k‑m‑wk‑vI‑mc‑nI k‑wLS\‑, s‑_d‑n¡‑v Ab¡‑q«‑w F¶‑o k‑wLS\If‑ps‑S k‑wb‑pà‑m`‑na‑pJ‑y¯‑n I½‑y‑qW‑nä‑n t‑k^‑vä‑n a‑oä‑n§‑v \S¶‑p.\t‑ch‑mc³ _‑uf‑n§‑v ¢º‑n \S¶ a‑nä‑n§‑n F‑w. ]‑n. B´W‑n t‑_¬ a‑pJ‑y AX‑nY‑n Bb‑nc‑p¶‑p. As‑sU‑‑zkÀ U‑m\‑nb t‑_¬ a‑pX‑nÀ¶ t‑]‑me‑ok‑v DZt‑‑y‑mKØÀ k‑w_Ô‑n¨‑p. `h\ t‑`Z\¯‑n\‑p‑w t‑a‑mjW¯‑n\‑p‑w Ccb‑mb h‑yà‑nIÄ Ahc‑ps‑S A\‑p`h§Ä ]¦‑v s‑h¨‑p. s‑Ik‑n I‑u¬k‑ne‑n\‑v I‑og‑ne‑pÅ aeb‑mf‑n I‑pS‑p¼§f‑ps‑S k‑pc£ Dd¸‑m¡‑m\‑pÅ `‑mh‑n ]²X‑nIÄ \S¸‑ne‑m¡‑m\‑mW‑v e£‑ya‑nS‑p¶X‑v. k‑va‑mÀ«‑v s‑s‑e^‑v {‑]k‑nUï‑v t‑P‑mW‑n aä‑w k‑z‑mKX‑w ]dª‑p. _Àh‑n¡‑v Ab¡‑q«‑w {‑]k‑nUâ‑v dP‑n hÀK‑ok‑v‑, ]‑pec‑n k‑m‑wk‑vI‑mc‑nI t‑hZ‑n I¬h‑o\À kt‑´‑mj‑v‑, aä‑p k‑wLS\‑m t‑\X‑m¡Ä k‑wk‑mc‑n¨‑p.


METRO MALAYALAM

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k‑vt‑äP‑v t‑j‑mb‑pa‑mb‑n h‑n\‑oX‑v {‑i‑o\‑nh‑mk\‑p‑w k‑wLh‑p‑w

h‑n\‑oX‑v { {‑i‑o\‑nh‑mk\‑p‑w k‑wLh‑p‑w Bk‑vt‑{‑Se‑nb \‑y‑qk‑ne‑mâ‑v S‑qd‑n\‑v- Hc‑p§‑p¶‑p. \h‑w¼À 5 \‑mW‑v- k‑nU‑v\‑nb‑ns‑e t‑j‑m.

S‑o‑w s‑s‑^h‑v k‑vt‑äP‑v t‑j‑m s‑k]‑vX‑w¼À 10 \‑v

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s‑bÂU s‑N¼c‑n¡ »‑m¡‑v S‑u¬ I‑u¬k‑n k‑zX{‑´ Ø‑m\‑mÀ°‑n s‑k]‑vX‑w¼À 10 \‑v- \S¡‑p¶ »‑m¡‑v‑S‑u¬ I‑u¬k‑n s‑Xs‑c s‑ªS‑p¸‑n k‑zX{‑´ Ø‑m\‑mÀ°‑nb‑mb‑n s‑bÂU s‑N¼c‑n¡ aÂkc‑n¡‑p¶‑p. I‑u¬k‑ne‑ns‑e H¶‑m‑w h‑mÀU‑n aÂkc‑n¡‑p¶ l‑mZ‑nb P‑m¡‑vs‑N¼c‑n¡b‑ps‑S ]X‑v\‑nb‑mW‑v. t‑\g‑vk‑n§‑v _‑nc‑pZZ‑mc‑nb‑mb s‑bÂU A^‑vK‑m³ h‑wiPb‑mW‑v. »‑m¡‑v S‑u¬ I‑u¬k‑n {‑]t‑Zi¯‑ns‑â ka{‑K h‑nIk\a‑mW‑vXs‑â e£‑ys‑a¶‑v s‑bÂU s‑at‑{‑S‑m aeb‑mft‑¯‑mS‑v ]dª‑p. ]‑mÀ«‑n _Ô§f‑nÃ‑ms‑X aeb‑mf‑n ka‑ql¯‑nt‑âb‑p‑w aä‑v I½‑y‑qW‑nä‑nIt‑fb‑p‑w DÄs‑¸S‑p¯‑n P\I‑oba‑mb Ce£³ {‑] NcW‑w BW‑v- Bk‑q{‑XW‑w s‑N¿‑p¶s‑X¶‑v AhÀ ]dª‑p.

]‑n.k‑n t‑P‑mÀ-P‑p‑w‑, P-b-c‑m-P‑v h‑m-c‑n-b-c‑p‑w s‑aÂ-_-W‑n F-¯‑p-¶‑p

{‑I‑n¡äÀ {‑i‑oi‑m´‑v‑, K‑mbI\‑p‑w k‑wK‑oX k‑wh‑n[‑mbI\‑pa‑mb t‑K‑m]‑ok‑pµÀ, a[‑p _‑me I‑rj‑vW³‑, t‑]f‑n a‑mW‑n‑, Cj XÂh‑mÀ, \‑n¡‑n KÂd‑mW‑n, kR‑vP\ KÂd‑mW‑n, t‑I‑m«b‑w {‑]Z‑n]‑v, _‑nP‑p I‑p«³ F¶‑n X‑mc§Ä AW‑n\‑nc¡‑p¶ k‑vt‑äP‑v t‑j‑m Bk‑vt‑{‑Se‑nb b‑ns‑e¯‑p¶‑p.Ht‑Î‑m_À 2\‑mW‑v k‑nU‑v-\‑nb‑ns‑e t‑j‑m.

b‑n-¨ k‑z-X-{‑´ ]‑qª‑mÀ F‑w-FÂ-F -]‑n.k‑n t‑P‑mÀ-P‑p‑w‑, l‑mk‑y k‑m-{‑a‑m-«‑v P-b-c‑mP‑v h‑m-c‑n-b-c‑p‑w s‑aÂ_-W‑n F-¯‑p-¶‑p. 1976  Ø‑m-]‑n-X-a‑mb Bk‑v-t‑{‑S-e‑n-b-b‑ns‑e G-ä-h‑p‑w ]-g-¡‑w s‑N-¶ a-e-b‑m-f‑n At‑I-c-f \‑n-b-a k-`-b‑n s‑dt‑ k ‑ m k ‑ n t ‑ b -j-\‑p-I-f‑n H-¶‑m-b t‑¡‑mÀ-U‑v `‑q-c‑n-]-£-¯‑n h‑n-P-

k‑n-U‑v-\‑n C-S-h-I-b‑p-s‑S c-ï‑m‑w h‑mÀ-j‑n-I‑w

a-e-b‑m-f‑o A-t‑k‑m-k‑n-t‑b-j³ H‑m-^‑v h‑n-I‑v-t‑S‑m-d‑n-b (‑MAV) 40þ‑m‑w h‑mÀ-j‑n-I-¯‑n-e‑p‑w 2016 H‑m-W‑m-t‑L‑m-j-¯‑n-e‑p‑w ]-s‑¦S‑p-¡‑p-h‑m³ B-W‑v C-c‑p-h-c‑p‑w s‑aÂ-_-W‑n F-¯‑p-¶-X‑v. s‑k]‑v-ä‑w-_À 3 i-\‑n-b‑m-g‑v-N k‑v-{‑]‑n‑w-K‑v s‑h-b‑n I-½‑y‑q-W‑n-ä‑n l‑m-f‑n s‑h-¨‑v c‑m-h‑n-s‑e 10 a‑p-X 6 hs‑c B-W‑v ]-c‑n-]‑m-S‑n.

B-Z-c‑m-R‑v-P-e‑n-IÄ

-k‑nU‑v-\‑n CShIb‑ps‑S cï‑m‑w h‑mÀj‑nI‑w P‑qs‑s‑e 31 R‑mbd‑mg‑vN s‑hÌ‑v F¸‑n‑wK‑v b‑qW‑nä‑nM‑v t‑Zh‑meb¯‑n s‑h¨‑v \ S¯s‑¸S‑p¶‑p. s‑s‑hI‑n«‑v 5 aW‑n¡‑v \S¡‑p¶ h‑ni‑p² I‑pÀ_‑m\b‑v¡‑v h‑nI‑mc‑n ^m. h‑nt‑\‑mZ‑v h‑nÎÀ t‑\X‑rX‑z‑w \ÂI‑p‑w. X‑pSÀ¶‑v \S¡‑p¶ s‑]‑mX‑p kt‑½f\¯‑n k‑nU‑v-\‑nb‑ns‑e h‑nh‑n[ s‑{‑s‑Ik‑vXh t‑Zh‑meb§‑f‑ps‑S {‑]X‑n \‑n[‑nIf‑p‑w s‑s‑hZ‑nIc‑p‑w ]s‑¦S‑p¡‑p‑w. k‑vt‑\lh‑nc‑pt‑¶‑mS‑p I‑qS‑n ]c‑n]‑mS‑nIÄ ka‑m]‑n¡‑p‑w. I‑qS‑pX h‑nhc§Ä¡‑p‑w, ]s‑¦S‑p¡‑m³ B{‑Kl‑n¡‑p¶hc‑p‑w 0430512999 F¶ t‑^‑m¬ \¼c‑n _Ôs‑¸S‑mh‑p¶X‑mW‑v.

s‑a-t‑{‑S‑m a-e-b‑m-f‑w {‑_‑n-k‑v-s‑_³ {‑]-X‑n-\‑n-[‑nb‑p‑w ]‑p-e-c‑n k‑m‑w-k‑v-I‑m-c‑n-I t‑h-Z‑n {‑]-hÀ¯-I\‑p-a‑m-b h‑n-P-b‑v I‑p-a‑m-d‑n-s‑â ]‑n-X‑m-h‑v i-¦-c³ \‑m-b-c‑p-s‑S \‑n-c‑y‑m-W-¯‑n s‑a-t‑{‑S‑m a-e-b‑m-f‑w a‑o-U‑n-b {‑K‑q-¸‑n-s‑â B-Z-c‑m-R‑v-P-e‑n-IÄ

]‑p-e-c‑n h‑n-I‑v-t‑S‑m-d‑n-b-b‑v-¡‑v ]‑p-X‑n-b k‑m-c-Y‑n-IÄ

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-e-c‑n h‑n-I‑v-t‑S‑m-d‑n-b-b‑p-s‑S _‑m-e h‑n-`‑m-K-¯‑n-s‑â 2016-þ17 I‑m-e-b-f-h‑n-t‑e-¡‑p-Å `‑m-c-h‑m-l‑n-I-s‑f {‑I‑m³-_-W‑n-s‑e s‑_-Ã‑m-s‑_-Ã‑m l‑m-f‑n s‑h-¨‑v \-S-¶ h‑mÀ-j‑n-I s‑]‑m-X‑p-t‑b‑mK-¯‑n X‑n-c-s‑ª-S‑p-¯‑p. ]‑p-e-c‑n-b‑p-s‑S A‑w-K-§-f‑p‑w

I‑p-S‑p‑w-_‑m‑w-K-§-f‑p‑w ]-s‑¦-S‑p-¯ t‑b‑m-K-s‑¯ I-g‑n-ª I¬-h‑o-\À {‑]-Z‑o-]‑v a-t‑b‑m-¯‑v k‑z-mK-X‑w s‑N-¿‑p-I-b‑p‑w h‑mÀ-j‑n-I d‑n-t‑¸‑mÀ«‑v k-aÀ-¸‑n-¡‑p-I-b‑p‑w s‑N-b‑v-X‑p. {‑S-j-dÀ k‑p-[‑o-j‑v h-c-h‑v s‑N-e-h‑v I-W-¡‑p-IÄ A-h-X-c‑n-¸‑n-¨‑p. X‑pSÀ-¶‑v \-S-¶ X‑n-c-s‑ª-S‑p-¸‑nÂ

k-t‑´‑m-j‑v-I‑p-a‑mÀ _‑m-e-I‑r-j‑vW³ \-b‑n-¡‑p-¶ ]‑p-X‑n-b I-½-ä‑n c‑q-]-hÂ-¡-c‑n-¡-s‑¸-«‑p-. k‑p-[‑o-j‑v \‑m-t‑c‑m¬‑, h‑n-P‑p-I‑p-a‑mÀ‑, A-\‑q-]‑v a‑m-X‑y‑p‑, s‑s‑j-P‑p-t‑a‑m³ F-¶‑nh-c‑m-W‑v a-ä‑v F-I‑v-k‑n-I‑y‑q-«‑o-h‑v I-½-ä‑n A‑w-K-§Ä. {‑S-j-d-d‑m-b‑n {‑]-Z‑o-]‑v a-t‑b‑m-¯‑n-s‑\-b‑p‑w‑, BÀ-

S‑v-k‑v t‑I‑m-þ H‑mÀ-U‑n-t‑\-ä-d‑m-b‑n {‑]-h‑o¬ I‑p-a‑m-d‑n-s‑\-b‑p‑w -A-k‑n. t‑I‑m-þ H‑mÀ-U‑n-t‑\-äÀ k-\‑o-j‑v s‑k-_‑m-Ì‑y³‑, k‑v-t‑]‑mÀ-S‑v-k‑v t‑I‑m-þ H‑mÀ-U‑n-t‑\-ä-d‑m-b‑n k-t‑´‑mj‑v-I‑p-a‑mÀ‑, A-k‑n-Ìâ‑v _‑n-t‑P‑m-b‑v I‑p-c‑y³ F-¶‑n-h-s‑c-b‑p‑w- I‑n-U‑v-k‑v h‑n‑w-K‑v t‑I‑m-þ H‑mÀ-U‑n-t‑\-ä-d‑m-b‑n P‑n-t‑X-j‑v s‑I‑m-t‑¿‑m-S³, s‑aâ‑vt‑äÀ-k‑m-b‑n ‑{]-Z‑o-]‑v t‑I-i-h³‑, c‑m-[‑n-I k-t‑´‑m-j‑v,- \‑o-a‑m {‑]-Z‑o-]‑v F-¶‑n-h-s‑c-b‑p‑w- G-I-IW‑vT-a‑m-b‑n X‑n-c-s‑ª-S‑p-¯‑p.- ]‑p-ec‑n-b‑p-s‑S ]‑qÀ-h-I‑m-e P‑o-h-I‑mc‑p-W‑y {‑]-hÀ-¯-\-§Ä-¡‑p‑w I-e‑m-þ-I‑m-b‑n-I-þ-k‑m‑w-k‑v-I‑m-c‑n-I

k‑w-c‑w-`-§Ä-¡‑p‑w- s‑aÂ-_-W‑ns‑e C-´‑y³ a-e-b‑m-f‑n k-a‑q-l‑w \Â-I‑n-h-¶ \‑nÀ-t‑e‑m-`-a‑m-b k-l‑m-b-k-l-I-c-W-§Ä¡‑v I-½-ä‑n A‑w-K-§Ä \-µ‑n t‑c-J-s‑¸-S‑p-¯‑n. `‑m-h‑n {‑]-hÀ-¯-\-§Ä-¡‑v X‑p-SÀ-¶‑p‑w C-¯-c-¯‑n-e‑p-Å k-l‑m-bk-l-I-c-W-§Ä-{‑]-X‑o-£‑n¡‑p-¶-X‑m-b‑n {‑]-X‑y‑m-i-b‑p‑w {‑]-I-S‑n-¸‑n-¨‑p. a-ä‑p-h‑n-h-c-§Ä-¡‑p‑w _-Ô-s‑¸-t‑S-ï \-¼À. 0448 7043‑,0404978111‑,0466112332


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\‑n¶‑p‑w X‑nI¨‑p‑w h‑yX‑yk‑vXa‑mÀs‑¶‑mc‑p t‑hja‑mW‑v ]‑pX‑nb N‑n{‑X¯‑nÂ. X‑nc‑ph\´]‑pc‑w ]‑qP¸‑pc s‑k³{‑S Pb‑ne‑n N‑n{‑X¯‑ns‑â j‑q«‑n‑wK‑v \S¶‑p hc‑p¶ k‑pµÀZ‑mk‑v k‑wh‑n[‑m\‑w s‑N¿‑p¶ ]‑pX‑nb N‑n{‑X‑w ‑'s‑he‑vI‑w S‑p s‑k³{‑S Pb‑nÂ‑'‑, AS‑qÀ t‑K‑m]‑meI‑rj‑vWs‑\‑m¸a‑pÅ ‑']‑ns‑¶b‑p‑w‑' F¶‑o N‑n{‑X§f‑ps‑S X‑nc¡‑ne‑mW‑v Z‑ne‑o]‑v.

I‑m{‑S‑p s‑hf‑nb‑ns‑s‑S‑ S‑okÀ b‑p²§Ä

aeb‑mf¯‑n N‑pc‑p§‑nb kab‑w s‑I‑mï‑v Gäh‑p‑w I‑qS‑pX t‑]À b‑qS‑q_‑n Iï k‑n\‑na S‑okÀ Ik_b‑pt‑SX‑mW‑v. 99 aW‑n¡‑qd‑n\‑pÅ‑n ]¯‑v e£‑w t‑]c‑mW‑v IïX‑v. F¶‑m t‑a‑ml³e‑me‑ns‑â s‑Xe‑p¦‑v N‑n{‑X‑w P\X‑m K‑mt‑cP‑ns‑â aeb‑mf‑w S‑okÀ Ik_b‑ps‑S b‑qS‑q_‑v s‑dt‑¡‑mU‑v X‑nc‑p¯‑nb‑nc‑n¡‑pIb‑mW‑v. 24 aW‑n¡‑qd‑n\‑pÅ‑n A©‑v e£‑w t‑]À Iï N‑n{‑X¯‑ns‑â S‑okÀ 40 aW‑n¡‑qÀ ]‑n¶‑n«t‑¸‑mÄ Gg‑v e£¯‑nt‑es‑d I‑mg‑vN¡‑ms‑c k‑z´a‑m¡‑n. cï‑v Z‑nhk‑w s‑I‑mï‑v Hc‑p a‑ne‑y¬ IS¡‑pIb‑p‑w s‑Nb‑vX‑p. aeb‑mf¯‑ns‑e kÀhI‑me s‑dt‑¡‑mU‑mW‑v S‑okÀ t‑\S‑nbX‑v.

Hc‑p aW‑ncX‑v-\‑w {‑]WbN‑n{‑X‑w I‑qS‑n. aW‑ncX‑v-\‑w Xs‑â ]‑pX‑nb N‑n{‑X¯‑ns‑â t‑]c‑v ]‑pd¯‑p h‑n«‑p. ‑'I‑m{‑S‑p s‑hf‑nb‑ns‑s‑S‑'F¶ {‑]WbN‑n{‑X¯‑n I‑mÀ¯‑nb‑mW‑v \‑mbI³. I‑mÀ¯‑nb‑ps‑S BZ‑y aW‑ncX‑v-\‑w s‑{‑]‑mPI‑vS‑mW‑nX‑v. AY‑nX‑n d‑mh‑p s‑s‑lZ‑mc‑nb‑mW‑v \‑mb‑nI IY‑m]‑m{‑Xs‑¯ AhXc‑n¸‑n¡‑p¶X‑v. aeb‑mf¯‑ns‑â {‑]‑nb\S‑n s‑I.]‑n.F.k‑n ef‑nXb‑p‑w C‑u N‑n{‑X¯‑n A`‑n\ b‑n¡‑p¶‑pï‑v. aW‑ncX‑v-\¯‑ns‑â \‑nÀ½‑mW I¼\‑nb‑mb a{‑Z‑mk‑v S‑m¡‑ok‑ns‑â H‑ut‑Z‑y‑mK‑nI t‑^k‑v_‑pI‑v t‑]P‑ne‑mW‑v N‑n{‑X¯‑ns‑â t‑]‑mÌÀ {‑] X‑y£s‑¸«X‑v. k‑n\‑nab‑ps‑S N‑n{‑X‑oIcW‑w X‑pS§‑n.

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t‑I‑maU‑n t‑hj§Ä s‑Nb‑vX‑p Xg¼‑n¨ P\{‑]‑nb \‑mbI³ Z‑ne‑o]‑v C\‑ns‑b‑mc‑p c‑m{‑ã‑ob¡‑mc\‑mI‑m\‑pÅ X¿‑ms‑dS‑p¸‑ne‑mW‑v. P‑oh‑nX¯‑neà k‑n\‑nab‑ne‑mW‑v Z‑ne‑o]‑v c‑m{‑ã‑ob¡‑mcs‑â t‑hjaW‑nb‑p¶X‑v. c‑m{‑ã‑ob¡‑mcs‑â t‑hja‑ms‑W¦‑ne‑p‑w Z‑ne‑o]‑v Hc‑p t‑I‑maU‑n IY‑m]‑m{‑Xs‑¯b‑mW‑v AhXc‑n¸‑n¡‑p¶X‑v. J‑mZ‑n AW‑nª‑v h‑yX‑yk‑vX P‑oh‑nX‑w \b‑n¡‑p¶ c‑ma³ F¶ b‑ph‑mh‑ns‑â t‑d‑mf‑mW‑v Z‑ne‑o]‑n\‑v. k‑wh‑n[‑mbI\‑p‑w X‑nc¡Y‑mI‑r¯‑pa‑mb k¨‑nb‑mW‑v N‑n{‑X¯‑ns‑â X‑nc¡Y \‑nÀhl‑n¡‑p¶X‑v. \h‑mKX\‑mb Ac‑p¬ t‑K‑m]‑nb‑mW‑v N‑n{‑X¯‑ns‑â k‑wh‑n[‑m\‑w. t‑P‑mj‑n k‑wh‑n[‑m\‑w s‑Nb‑vX ‑'eb¬‑'‑, h‑nP‑p X¼‑nb‑ps‑S ‑'\‑mt‑S‑mS‑n a¶³‑' F¶‑o N‑n{‑X§f‑n Z‑ne‑o]‑v c‑m{‑ã‑ob¡‑mcs‑â t‑hj‑w s‑Nb‑vX‑nc‑p¶‑p. F¶‑m B IY‑m]‑m{‑X§f‑nÂ

s‑NbÀa‑m\‑mb‑n k‑wh‑n[‑mbI³ Iae‑ns‑\b‑p‑w s‑IFk‑vF^‑vU‑nk‑n s‑NbÀa‑m\‑mb‑n k‑wh‑n[‑mbI³ s‑e\‑n³ c‑mt‑P{‑µs‑\b‑p‑w kÀ¡‑mÀ \‑nba‑n¨‑p. Ia BZ‑ya‑mb‑mW‑v A¡‑mZa‑n s‑NbÀa‑m\‑mb‑n F¯‑p¶X‑v. Ia Ne¨‑n{‑X k‑mt‑¦X‑nI {‑]hÀ¯‑Ic‑ps‑S k‑wLS\b‑mb s‑^^‑vIb‑ps‑S {‑]k‑nUâ‑mW‑v. c‑mP‑oh‑v\‑mY‑mb‑nc‑p¶‑p \‑neh‑n Ne¨‑n{‑X A¡‑mZa‑nb‑ps‑S s‑NbÀa‑m³. {‑]‑nbZÀi\‑p ]Ic¡‑mc\‑mb‑n«‑mW‑v b‑pU‑nF^‑v kÀ¡‑mc‑ns‑â t‑\‑ma‑n\‑nb‑mb‑n c‑mP‑oh‑v\‑mY‑v F¯‑nbX‑v. t‑I‑m¬{‑Kk‑v t‑\X‑mh‑v c‑mP‑v-t‑a‑ml³ D®‑n¯‑m\‑p ]Ica‑mb‑n«‑mW‑v s‑IFk‑vF^‑vU‑nk‑n b‑ps‑S Xe¸t‑¯¡‑v s‑e\‑n³ c‑mt‑P{‑µ³ IS¶‑phc‑p¶X‑v.

i‑n¡‑pIb‑mb‑nc‑p¶‑p s‑h¶‑v aR‑vP‑p ]dª‑p. I‑mh‑me‑w P‑oh‑n¨‑nc‑n¡‑pt‑¼‑mÄ Xs‑¶ \‑mSI¯‑ns‑â ]c‑ni‑oe\‑w Bc‑w`‑n¨‑nc‑p¶‑p. At‑±l¯‑ns‑â A`‑mh¯‑n \‑mSI‑w Ac§‑ns‑e¯‑pt‑¼‑mÄ t‑hZ‑nb‑n AZ‑ri‑yk‑m¶‑n[‑y‑w Dï‑mI‑ps‑a¶ h‑ni‑z‑mk¯‑ne‑mW‑v aR‑vP‑p.\‑mSI‑wI‑qS‑ms‑X a‑mP‑n¡‑ne‑p‑w Hc‑p s‑s‑I t‑\‑m¡‑m\‑pd¨‑mW‑v aR‑vP‑p. ka‑qls‑¯ t‑_‑m[hX‑vIc‑n¡‑m³ t‑hï‑nb‑mW‑v aR‑vP‑ph‑ns‑â a‑mP‑nI‑v ]T\‑w. {‑]ik‑vX aP‑oj‑y³ t‑K‑m]‑n\‑mY‑v a‑pX‑pI‑mS‑n\‑p I‑og‑ne‑mW‑v aR‑vP‑p a‑mP‑nI‑v ]T‑n¡‑p¶X‑v. a‑mP‑nI‑v ¹‑m\än a‑mP‑nI‑v H‑m^‑v aZÀl‑pU‑v (t‑a‑m‑w‑) F¶ ]c‑n]‑mS‑nb‑v¡‑pt‑hï‑nb‑mW‑v aR‑vP‑p a‑mP‑nI‑v ]T‑n¡‑p¶X‑v. KÀ`‑m‑hØb‑ns‑e 270 Z‑nhk§f‑ne‑p‑w P\‑n¨t‑ija‑pÅ cï‑phÀj‑§f‑ne‑p‑w I‑pª‑p§Ä¡‑p \ Ât‑Iï t‑]‑mjI‑ml‑mcs‑¯¡‑pd‑n¨‑p‑w h‑mI‑vk‑nt‑\js‑\¡‑pd‑n¨‑p‑w s‑]‑mX‑pP\§s‑f t‑_‑m[‑ys‑¸S‑p¯‑m\‑mb‑mW‑v aR‑vP‑p t‑I‑mb‑n³ a‑mP‑nI‑v‑, t‑d‑m]‑v a‑mP‑nI‑v‑, Ce‑y‑qj\‑pIÄ F¶‑nhb‑mW‑v AhXc‑n¸‑n¡‑pI.

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A´c‑n¨ \S³ a‑pcf‑nb‑ps‑S aIÄ I‑mÀ¯‑nIb‑p‑w h«‑nb‑qÀ¡‑mh‑v k‑zt‑Zi‑n k‑zc‑q]‑v BÀ \‑mbc‑p‑w h‑nh‑ml‑nXc‑mb‑n. CS¸g‑nª‑n BÀ.U‑n.BÀ H‑mU‑nt‑ä‑md‑nb¯‑n h¨‑mb‑nc‑p¶‑p h‑nh‑ml‑w. a‑pJ‑ya{‑´‑n ]‑nWd‑mb‑n h‑nPb³‑, k‑n_‑n aeb‑nÂ‑, Kt‑Wj‑v I‑pa‑mÀ‑, C{‑µ³k‑v‑, a[‑p]‑mÂ‑, h‑n.F‑w.k‑p[‑oc³‑, F‑w.h‑nPbI‑pa‑mÀ X‑pS§‑nbhÀ h‑nh‑ml¯‑n ]s‑¦S‑p¯‑p. s‑aK‑mÌ‑mÀ a½‑q«‑n a‑pcf‑nb‑ps‑S hkX‑nb‑ns‑e¯‑n I‑mÀ¯‑nIs‑b A\‑p{‑Kl‑n¨‑nc‑p¶‑p.

F{‑kb‑ps‑S s‑kä‑n t‑{‑]X_‑m[ \‑mSIh‑p‑w‑, a‑mP‑n¡‑p‑w aR‑vP‑p h‑mc‑yc‑p‑w aeb‑mf¯‑ns‑â {‑]‑nb \S‑n aR‑vP‑p h‑mc‑yÀ \‑mSI¯‑ns‑âb‑p‑w a‑mP‑n¡‑ns‑âb‑p‑w t‑e‑mIt‑¯¡‑p‑w BIÀj‑n¡s‑¸«‑nc‑n¡‑pIb‑mW‑v. I‑mh‑me‑w \‑mc‑mbW]W‑n¡À N‑n«s‑¸S‑p¯‑nb A`‑nÚ‑m\ i‑mI‑p´f‑w F¶ k‑wk‑v-I‑rX \‑mSI¯‑n aeb‑mf¯‑ns‑â {‑]‑nbX‑mc‑w aR‑vP‑ph‑mc‑yc‑mW‑v iI‑p´fb‑mb‑n t‑hja‑nS‑p¶X‑v. \‑mSI¯‑n A`‑n\b‑n¡Ws‑a¶ B{‑Klh‑pa‑mb‑n X‑m³ I‑mh‑mes‑¯ ka‑o]‑n¨t‑¸‑mÄ A`‑nÚ‑m\ i‑mI‑p´f¯‑n A`‑n\b‑n¡‑m³ At‑±l‑w \‑nÀt‑±

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mov ie hÀ¯IÀ ]c‑nt‑i‑m[‑ns‑¨¦‑ne‑p‑w ^ea‑pï‑mb‑nÃ. ]‑n¶‑oS‑v ]hÀ P\t‑däd‑p‑w {‑] hÀ¯‑n¡‑ms‑Xb‑mb‑n. AX‑pa‑mä‑ns‑h¨‑p N‑n{‑X‑oIcW‑w h‑oï‑p‑w X‑pS§‑nbt‑¸‑mg‑mW‑v AS‑p¯ {‑]i‑v-\‑w. I‑y‑madIÄ {‑]hÀ¯‑n¡‑p¶‑nÃ. A§s‑\ h‑nN‑n{‑Xa‑mb k‑w`h§Ä Act‑§d‑nbt‑X‑ms‑S `b¶‑pt‑]‑mb k‑wh‑n[‑mbI\‑p‑w AW‑nbd {‑] hÀ¯Ic‑p‑w DS³ Hc‑p s‑s‑hZ‑nIs‑\ h‑nf‑n¨‑ps‑I‑mï‑p hc‑nIb‑mb‑nc‑phs‑{‑X. h‑ne I‑qS‑nb D]IcW§f‑mW‑v k‑n\‑nab‑v¡‑mb‑n D]t‑b‑mK‑n¨X‑v. AX‑ps‑I‑mï‑mW‑v s‑s‑hZ‑nIs‑\ h‑nf‑n¡‑m³ X‑oc‑pa‑m\‑n¨X‑v. s‑kä‑n FÃ‑mhc‑p‑w s‑h©c‑n¸‑n ]¦‑pt‑NÀ¶‑p. Aѳ s‑s‑__‑nÄ h‑mb‑n¡‑pt‑¼‑mg‑p‑w s‑s‑eä‑v a‑n¶‑ns‑¡‑mï‑nc‑n¡‑pIb‑ mb‑nc‑p¶‑p F¶‑mW‑v k‑wh‑n[‑mbI³ ]db‑p¶X‑v.

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A¯‑m^‑v k‑wh‑n[‑m\‑w s‑N¿‑p¶ ]‑pX‑nbN‑n{‑X¯‑ne‑mW‑v \‑nh‑n³t‑]‑mf‑nb‑ps‑S AÑ\‑mb‑n e‑m F¯‑p¶X‑v. BZ‑ya‑mb‑mW‑v \‑nh‑n\‑p‑w e‑me‑p‑w Hc‑p N‑n{‑X¯‑n Hc‑pa‑n¡‑p¶X‑v. t‑{‑]a‑w‑, t‑P¡º‑ns‑â k‑zÀKc‑mP‑y‑w X‑pS§‑nb N‑n{‑X§f‑n c¬P‑n]W‑n¡c‑mb‑nc‑p¶‑p \‑nh‑ns‑â Aѳ t‑hj¯‑ns‑e¯‑nb‑nc‑p¶X‑v. I‑n‑wK‑vebÀ F¶N‑n{‑X¯‑n\‑v t‑ij‑w t‑a‑ml³e‑m \‑mbI\‑mb ]‑pe‑na‑pc‑pI\‑ne‑mW‑v e‑m Ahk‑m\a‑mb‑n A`‑n\b‑n¨X‑v. s‑s‑j³ t‑S‑m‑w \‑mbI\‑mb‑n A`‑n\b‑n¡‑p¶ [‑q‑w F¶ N‑n{‑X¯‑ne‑p‑w e‑me‑pï‑v. C‑u hÀj‑w Ahk‑m\‑w N‑n{‑X¯‑ns‑â j‑q«‑nM‑v Bc‑w`‑n¡‑p‑w

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Ic‑n¦‑p¶‑w k‑nI‑v-kk‑v Iï‑nc‑nt‑¡ï ]S‑w Xs‑¶

{‑]Wb‑n¨‑v h‑nh‑ml‑nXc‑mb cï‑v aX¯‑n s‑]« Z¼X‑nIf‑ps‑Sb‑p‑w‑, h‑nh‑n[ I‑mcW§f‑m i‑n£‑n¡s‑¸«‑v Pb‑n h‑mka\‑p`h‑n¡‑p¶ I‑pd¨‑v XSh‑p]‑pÅ‑nIf‑ps‑S a‑m\k‑m´c¯‑ns‑âb‑p‑w IY. Ahc‑ps‑Ss‑bÃ‑m‑w P‑oh‑nXs‑¯ ]ck‑v]c‑w _Ô‑n¡‑p¶X‑p‑w‑, k‑z‑m[‑o\‑n¡‑p¶X‑p‑w t‑h‑mf‑nt‑_‑mÄ F¶ I‑mb‑nI C\‑w‑, AX‑nt‑\‑mS‑pÅ X‑o{‑ha‑mb Cj‑vS‑w. I‑pS‑p‑w_§Ä¡‑v

X‑oÀ¨b‑mb‑p‑w k‑z‑oI‑mc‑ya‑mb Hc‑p BJ‑y‑m\ s‑s‑ie‑nb‑mW‑v Ic‑n¦‑p¶‑w k‑nI‑v-kk‑nt‑âX‑v. aeb‑mf¯‑n t‑h‑mf‑nt‑_‑mf‑ns‑â ]Ý‑m¯e¯‑ns‑e BZ‑y N‑n{‑Xa‑mI‑p‑w Ic‑n¦‑p¶‑w k‑nI‑vkÊ‑v. BZ‑y ]I‑pX‑n IYb‑nt‑e¡‑p t‑{‑]£Is‑c F¯‑n¡‑pt‑¼‑mÄ cï‑m‑w ]I‑pX‑n If‑nb‑ps‑S Bt‑hih‑p‑w lch‑p‑w ]¦‑phb‑v¡‑p¶‑p. H¸‑w I‑pS‑p‑w_ԧġ‑p‑w k‑ul‑rZ¯‑n\‑p‑w XSh‑p]‑pÅ‑nIf‑ps‑S P‑oh‑nX¯‑n\‑pa‑ms‑¡ N‑n{‑X‑w CS‑w \ÂI‑p¶‑pï‑v. aR‑vP‑ph‑mc‑yÀ a‑nI¨ {‑]IS\a‑mW‑v hµ\ F¶ IY‑m]‑m{‑Xa‑mb‑n I‑mg‑vNh¨‑nc‑n¡‑p¶X‑v. cï‑m‑w hch‑n aR‑vP‑ph‑n\‑v e`‑n¨

IY‑m]‑m{‑X§f‑n {‑it‑±ba‑mb t‑hja‑mW‑nX‑v. F_‑nb‑mb‑n A\‑q]‑v t‑at‑\‑m³ I‑pd¨‑v c‑wK§f‑ns‑e¦‑ne‑p‑w IY‑m]‑m{‑X¯‑ns‑â Bhi‑yIX X‑nc‑n¨d‑nb‑p¶ {‑]IS\a‑mb‑n. Pb‑n k‑q{‑]ï‑v s‑\Âk\‑mb‑n k‑pc‑mP‑v‑, XSh‑p]‑pÅ‑nIf‑ns‑e If‑n¡‑mc‑mb‑n _‑m_‑p BâW‑n‑, k‑p[‑oÀ Ica\‑, s‑s‑_P‑p‑, k‑pt‑Zh‑v \‑mbÀ‑, t‑P¡º‑v {‑K‑nKd‑n‑, ]ßc‑mP‑v cX‑oj‑v F¶‑nhc‑p‑w \¶‑mb‑n. O‑mb‑m{‑K‑mlW‑w‑,

X‑nc¡Yb‑ps‑S s‑I«‑pd¸‑v F¶‑nh a‑nIh‑v \‑ne\‑nÀ¯‑n. BÀ¡‑p‑w {‑] X‑o£‑n¡‑mh‑p¶ s‑s‑¢a‑mI‑v-k‑v Bb‑n«‑p‑w N‑n{‑X¯‑ne‑pS\‑of‑w Bt‑hi‑w \‑ne\‑nÀ¯‑m‑m³ k‑wh‑n[‑mbI\‑v k‑m[‑n¨‑p. KÌ‑v t‑d‑mf‑ns‑e¯‑p¶ ka‑p{‑Z¡\‑nb‑p‑w‑, AÂ]‑w h‑nïa‑pÅ IY‑m]‑m{‑Xa‑mb‑n i‑y‑ma{‑]k‑mZ‑p‑w X§f‑ps‑S k‑m¶‑n[‑y‑w ckIca‑m¡‑n. t‑h‑mf‑nt‑_‑mÄ aÕc§Ä N‑n{‑X‑oIc‑n¨X‑n Hc‑p s‑{‑]‑m^jW S¨‑v \‑ne\‑nÀ¯‑m³ k‑m[‑n¨‑p. t‑h‑mf‑nt‑_‑mÄ CX‑nl‑mk‑w P‑n½‑n t‑P‑mÀÖ‑n\‑v \ ÂI‑nb {‑]‑m[‑m\‑yh‑p‑w {‑it‑²b‑w. X‑oÀ¨b‑mb‑p‑w Iï‑nc‑nt‑¡ï ]S‑w Xs‑¶b‑mW‑v Ic‑n¦‑p¶‑w k‑nI‑v-kk‑v.

I_‑me‑nb‑ps‑S hch‑v X‑obäd‑n H‑mS‑ns‑¡‑mï‑nc‑p¶ aeb‑mf k‑n\‑nas‑b I‑mc‑ya‑mb‑n Xs‑¶ _‑m[‑n¨‑p. cï‑mg‑vN a‑p¼‑v d‑ne‑ok‑v s‑Nb‑vX N‑n{‑X§Ä Xct‑¡S‑nÃ‑ms‑X X‑nt‑bäd‑pIf‑n H‑mS‑ns‑¡‑mï‑nc‑n¡‑p¶X‑n\‑nSb‑n e‑mW‑v ]W‑nb‑pa‑mb‑n ‑'I_‑me‑n‑' F¯‑nbX‑v. a½‑q«‑n \‑mbI\‑mb‑n A`‑n\b‑n¡‑p¶ ‑'Ik_‑'‑, aR‑vP‑p h‑mc‑yc‑ps‑S ‑'Ic‑n¦‑p¶‑w k‑nIkkv‑v'‑, ‑']‑mh‑'‑, ‑'A\‑pc‑mK Ic‑n¡‑n³ s‑hÅ‑w‑' F¶‑o N‑n{‑X§s‑fb‑mW‑v ‑'I_‑me‑n‑' b‑ps‑S hch‑v _‑m[‑n¨X‑v. I_‑me‑n Xc‑wK‑w k‑mca‑mb‑n _‑m[‑n¨X‑v a½‑q«‑n \‑mbI\‑mb‑n A`‑n\b‑n¡‑p¶ Ik_s‑bb‑mW‑v Xs‑¶ ]db‑m‑w. a‑nI¨ If£t‑\‑ms‑S t‑_‑mI‑vt‑k‑m^‑ok‑n X‑pS¡‑w I‑pd‑n¨ ‑'Ik_‑'¡‑v s‑]‑mS‑p¶s‑\ X‑nt‑bäd‑pIf‑n Ø‑m\ a‑nÃ‑mX‑mb‑n. {‑][‑m\ X‑nt‑bäd‑pIs‑fÃ‑m‑w I_‑me‑n k‑z´a‑m¡‑n. FdW‑mI‑pf‑w aÄ«‑n¹I‑vk‑n Z‑nhk‑w a‑q¶‑v t‑j‑mIÄ s‑h«‑n¡‑pdb‑vt‑¡ï‑n h¶‑p. k‑n\‑na‑m t‑{‑]a‑nIf‑n \‑n¶‑p‑w \à {‑]X‑nIcW‑w e`‑n¨‑nc‑p¶ ‑'Ic‑n

¦‑p¶‑w k‑nI‑vk‑n\‑p‑w‑' I‑n«‑n ]W‑n. FdW‑mI‑pf¯‑v N‑n{‑X¯‑ns‑â \‑me‑v t‑j‑mb‑p‑w a‑mä‑ns‑h¨ X‑obäd‑pIf‑pï‑v. I_‑me‑nb‑ps‑S At‑X Z‑nhk‑w Xs‑¶ d‑ne‑ok‑v s‑Nb‑vX ‑']‑mh‑' b‑mW‑v ]W‑nI‑n«‑nb as‑ä‑mc‑p aeb‑mf N‑n{‑X‑w. A\‑q]‑v t‑at‑\‑m\‑p‑w a‑pcf‑n t‑K‑m]‑nb‑ps‑a‑ms‑¡ t‑I{‑µ IY‑m]‑m{‑X§f‑mb‑n A`‑n\b‑n¡‑p¶ N‑n{‑Xa‑mW‑v ‑']‑mh‑'. C‑u N‑n{‑X¯‑n\‑p‑w t‑hï{‑X X‑nt‑bäd‑pIÄ e`‑n¨‑nÃ. _‑nP‑p t‑at‑\‑m\‑p‑w Bk‑n^‑v Ae‑nb‑p‑w t‑I{‑µ IY‑m]‑m{‑X§f‑mb‑n A`‑n\b‑n¡‑p¶ ‑'A\‑pc‑mK Ic‑n¡‑n³ s‑hÅ‑' a‑mW‑v aä‑p aeb‑mf k‑n\‑naIf‑n I_‑me‑n b‑v¡‑p a‑p¶‑n I‑pds‑¨¦‑ne‑p‑w ]‑nS‑n¨‑p \‑n¡‑p¶X‑v. as‑ä‑mc‑p Xa‑ng‑v N‑n{‑X¯‑n\‑p‑w Ct‑¶hs‑c e`‑nb‑v¡‑m¯ k‑z‑oIcWa‑mW‑v cP\‑o I‑m´‑ns‑â ‑'I_‑me‑n‑'¡‑p t‑Icf¯‑n e`‑n¨X‑v. B³dW‑n s‑] c‑p¼‑mh‑qc‑p‑w t‑a‑ml³e‑me‑p‑w t‑NÀ¶‑v h‑nXcW¯‑ns‑\S‑p¯ ‑'I_‑me‑n‑' 306 X‑nt‑bäd‑pIf‑ne‑mW‑v t‑Icf¯‑n {‑] ZÀi\¯‑ns‑\¯‑nbX‑v.

k‑oc‑nb k‑n\‑na‑m \S‑nIÄ Gä‑pa‑p«‑pt‑¼‑mÄ

k‑oc‑nbe‑pIs‑f If‑nb‑m¡‑ns‑¡‑mï‑v h‑oU‑nt‑b‑m ]‑pd¯‑nd¡‑nb \S‑n K‑mb{‑X‑n k‑pt‑cj‑ns‑\X‑ns‑c k‑oc‑nb X‑mc‑w K‑mb{‑X‑n Ac‑p¬. A`‑n\ b‑w F¶ Ht‑c s‑{‑]‑m^j\‑n \‑n¶‑ps‑I‑mï‑v At‑X c‑wK¯‑pÅ X½‑n If‑nb‑m¡‑p¶X‑v \‑y‑qP\ t‑dj³ t‑I‑ma‑mf‑n¯ca‑ms‑W¶‑p‑w k‑n\‑nab‑n F¶ t‑]‑ms‑e‑, k‑oc‑nbe‑ne‑p‑w hfs‑c Bß‑mÀ °a‑mb‑n Iãs‑¸«‑v Xs‑¶b‑mW‑v BÀ«‑nÌ‑pIÄ A`‑n\ b‑n¡‑p¶s‑X¶‑p‑w K‑mb{‑X‑n Ac‑p¬. F{‑X k‑n\‑naIÄ \à kt‑µit‑¯‑ms‑S F¯‑p¶‑ps‑ï¶‑p‑w K‑mb{‑X‑n Ac‑p¬ t‑N‑mZ‑n¨‑p. N‑ne k‑n\‑naIf‑n F¶ t‑]‑ms‑e‑, N‑ne k‑oc‑nbe‑pIf‑ne‑p‑w \à kt‑µi§Ä s‑s‑Ia‑md‑p¶‑pï‑v. ‑'k‑oc‑nb Cãa‑nÃ‑m¯hÀ Zbh‑v s‑Nb‑vX‑v AX‑v Dt‑]£‑nt‑¨¡‑q‑, aä‑pÅhÀ

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a-e-b‑m-f‑n-b‑p-s‑S h‑m-b-\-s‑b {‑X-k‑n¸‑n-¨ A-]‑qÀÆ‑w F-g‑p-¯‑p-I‑m-c‑n H-c-mf‑m-W‑v- s_-\‑y‑m-a‑n³. \‑q-d‑n-e-[‑n-I‑w F-U‑n-j-\‑p-IÄ {‑]-k‑n-²-s‑¸-S‑p-¯‑n-b‑, 10 e-[‑n-I‑w `‑m-j-I-f‑n-t‑e-¡‑v ]-c‑n-`‑mj-s‑¸-S‑p-¯‑n-b B-S‑p P‑o-h‑n-X-s‑a-¶ t‑\‑m-h-e‑n-s‑â c-N-b‑n-X‑m-h‑v a-e-b‑m-f‑n k-a‑q-l-¯‑n-s‑â k‑v-t‑\-l‑m-Z-c-§Ä G-ä‑p-h‑m-§‑m³ B-k‑v-t‑{‑S-e‑n-b-b‑n F-¯‑n-b‑n-c‑p-¶‑p. k‑n-U‑v-\‑n-b‑n-s‑e¯‑n-b F-g‑p-¯‑p-I‑m-c-\‑p-a‑m-b‑n s‑a-t{Sm a-e-b‑m-f‑w a‑m-k‑n-I-¡‑p-t‑h-ï‑n e‑o-\ t‑a-g‑v-k‑n-b‑p‑w ‑, k-X‑y-c‑m-P‑p‑w \-S-¯‑n-b A-`‑n-a‑p-J-¯‑n-s‑â {‑]-k-à `‑m-K-§Ä:

¶‑p. Ø‑n-c-a‑m-b‑n I‑m-W‑p-I-b‑p‑w ‑, t‑^‑m¬ h‑n-f‑n-¡‑p-I-b‑p‑w s‑N-¿‑p-¶ c-ï‑v k‑p-lr¯‑p-¡-f‑m-W‑v- R-§Ä c-ï‑v t‑]-c‑p‑w . P‑o-h‑n-X‑m-\‑p-`-h-§-f‑n \‑n-¶‑v, \‑n-c‑o-£W-§-f‑n \‑n-¶‑v H-c‑p t‑\‑m-h-e‑n-t‑e-¡‑v F-¯‑n-s‑¸-S‑p-¶-X‑v F-§-s‑\-b‑m-W‑v- ? \-½‑p-s‑S D-Å‑n H-c‑p \‑n-c‑o-£-I-\‑ps‑ï-¶‑m-W‑v- R‑m³ I-c‑p-X‑p-¶-X‑v. a-\-]‑qÀ Æ‑w F-Ã‑m‑w \‑n-c‑o-£‑n-¡‑p-I-b-Ã‑, a-d‑n-¨‑v A-d‑n-b‑m-s‑X \‑m‑w F-Ã‑m‑w I‑y‑m-]‑v-¨‑zÀ s‑N-b‑v-X‑n-c‑n-¡‑p‑w. \-½Ä F-t‑¸‑m-g‑p‑w F-t‑´‑m H-¶‑v t‑X-S‑ns‑¡‑m-ï‑n-c‑n-¡‑p-I-Xs‑¶-b‑m-W‑v. ]‑n-s‑¶ F-g‑p-X‑p-I F-¶-X‑v P³a-k‑n-²-a‑m-b‑p-Å I-g‑n-h‑v I‑q-S‑n-b‑m-

t‑e‑m-I‑w a‑p-g‑p-h³ C-¶‑v h‑n-P-b‑n-¡‑m³ ]T‑n-¸‑n-¡‑p-¶ I‑m-e-¯‑m-W‑v \‑m‑w P‑o-h‑n-¡‑p-¶-X‑v. I‑p-«‑n-I-f‑p-s‑S t‑a a‑m-X‑m ]‑n-X‑m-¡Ä A-h-c‑p-s‑S k‑z-]‑v-\-§Ä C-d-¡‑n-s‑h-¡‑p-I-b‑m-W‑v. F-¶‑m t‑e‑m-I‑w P-b‑n-¡‑p-¶h-c‑p-s‑S a‑m-{‑X-a-à ]-c‑m-P-b-s‑¸-S‑p-¶-h-c‑p-s‑S I‑q-S‑n-b‑m-W‑v .F-Ã‑m C-S-§f‑n-e‑p‑w h‑n-P-b‑n-¨ F-{‑X t‑]À t‑e‑m-I-¯‑v P‑n-h‑n-¨‑n-c‑n-¡‑p-¶‑p-ï‑v ? h‑m-b-\ ]-c‑m-P-b-s‑¯ I‑p-d‑n-¨‑p I‑q-S‑n-b‑m-W‑v ]T‑n-¸‑n-¡‑p-I.]-c‑m-P-b-s‑¯ k‑o-I-c‑n-¡‑m-\‑p‑w A-`‑na‑p-J‑o I-c‑n-¡‑m-\‑p‑w h‑m-b-\ k-Ö-a‑m-¡‑p-¶‑p.

B-S‑p P‑o-h‑n-X-¯‑n-s‑e \-P‑o-_‑v C-t‑¸‑mÄ F-h‑n-s‑S-b‑m-W‑v- ? \‑n§Ä X-½‑n-e‑p-Å _-Ô-s‑¯ I‑p-d‑n-¨-d‑n-b‑m³ I‑u-X‑p-I-a‑p-ï‑v. \-P‑o-_‑v C-t‑¸‑mÄ _-l‑vd‑n-\‑n D-ï‑v.R-§Ä H-c‑p-a‑n-¨‑v H-c‑p I-¼-\‑n-b‑n A-h‑n-s‑S G-s‑d-¡‑m-e‑w t‑P‑m-e‑n s‑N-b‑v-X‑nc‑p-¶‑p. R‑m³ \‑m-«‑n-t‑e-¡‑v a-S-§‑n.\-P‑o-_‑v C-t‑¸‑m-g‑p‑w A-h‑n-s‑S X‑p-S-c‑p-¶‑p. b‑m-Z‑r Ý‑n-I-a‑m-b‑m-W‑v- \-P‑o-_‑v t‑\‑m-h-e‑n ]-c‑m-aÀi‑n-¨‑n-c‑n-¡‑p-¶ X-c-¯‑n-e‑p-Å H-c‑p P‑o-h‑n-X‑m-\‑p-`-h-¯‑n-s‑â D-S-a-b‑m-s‑W-¶-d‑nb‑p-¶-X‑v. a-ä‑p-Å-hÀ I-c‑p-X‑p-¶-X‑p-t‑]‑m-s‑e H-c‑p t‑\‑m-h _-Ô-a-à R-§Ä X-½‑ne‑p-Å-X‑v! t‑\‑m-h-e‑n-\‑p t‑i-j-h‑p‑w X‑p-SÀ ¶‑v t‑]‑m-c‑p-¶ H-c‑p _-Ô-a‑m-W-X‑v. c-ï‑v a‑m-k‑w a‑p³]‑v \-P‑o-_‑v h‑o-«‑n h-¶‑n-c‑p-

s‑W-¶‑v ]-d-t‑b−‑n-h-c‑p‑w . ]-e t‑e‑m-I {‑]-i-k‑v-X F-g‑p-¯‑p-I‑m-c‑p‑w G-s‑X-¦‑n-e‑p‑w L-«-§-f‑n-e‑m-W‑v- F-g‑p-¯v B-c‑w`‑n-¨‑n«‑p-Å-X‑v. \‑m‑w F-g‑p-¯‑n-s‑\ F-t‑¸‑mÄ I-ï‑pa‑p-«‑p-¶‑p F-¶-X‑v {‑]-[‑m-\-a‑m-W‑v. H-c‑p t‑\‑m-h a‑n-I-¨-X‑m-I‑p-¶-X‑v F-t‑¸‑m-g‑m-W‑v? F-g‑p-¯‑p-I‑m-c-\‑n \‑n-¶‑v h‑m-b-\-¡‑m-c-\‑n-t‑e-¡‑v ^‑n-£³ t‑N-t‑¡-d‑p-¶-X‑v F-§-s‑\-b‑m-W‑v ? t‑\‑m-h F-¶‑p ]-d-b‑p-¶-X‑v F-g‑p¯‑p-I‑m-c³ F-g‑p-X‑n-s‑h-¡‑p-¶-X-Ã-t‑Ã‑m. H‑m-t‑c‑m h‑m-b-\-¡‑m-c-\‑p‑w A-h³ A-ht‑â-X‑m-b h-g‑n-b‑ne‑q-s‑S t‑\‑m-h k‑z-b‑w k‑r-ã‑n-¡‑p-¶‑p-ï‑v. F-g‑p-¯‑p-I‑m-c-s‑â H-c‑p t‑\‑m-h-e‑n-s‑\ A-{‑]-X‑y-£-a‑m-¡‑n s‑I‑m-ï‑v h‑m-b-\‑-¡‑m-c³ H-c‑p t‑\‑m-h-e‑n-s‑\ k‑r-ã‑n-

¡‑p‑w. A-t‑¸‑mÄ B-W‑v B t‑\‑m-h d‑n-¨‑v B-s‑W-¶‑v h‑m-b-\-¡‑m-c-\‑v t‑X‑m-¶‑p-I. H‑m-t‑c‑m h‑m-b-\-b‑n-e‑p‑w ]‑p-X‑p-¡-s‑¸S‑p-¶ B-i-b-§Ä \-½-f‑n-t‑e-¡‑v h-c‑nI-b‑p‑w‑,]‑p-X‑n-b N‑n-´-IÄ \-½-f‑n-t‑e-¡‑v h-c‑n-I-b‑p‑w‑, C-X‑p-h-s‑c I‑m-W‑m-¯ N‑n-e h-c‑n-IÄ \‑m‑w I-ï‑pa‑p-«‑p-I-b‑p‑w, ]‑p-X‑n-b X-c-¯‑n h‑m-b‑n-¡‑m³ h‑m-b-\-¡‑m-c-s‑\ t‑{‑]-c‑n-¸‑n-¡‑p-I-b‑p‑w s‑N-¿‑pt‑¼‑m-g‑m-W‑v H-c‑p t‑\‑m-h a‑n-I-¨-X‑m-I‑p-¶-X‑v . KÄ^‑v a-e-b‑m-f‑n k-a‑q-l-§-fn-t‑e-X‑pt‑]‑m-s‑e ]-S‑n-ª‑m-d³ c‑m-P‑y-§-f‑n-s‑e a-e-b‑m-f‑n k-a‑q-l-§-f‑n \‑n-¶‑v k‑m-l‑n-X‑y c-N-\-I-f‑p‑w ]‑p-k‑v-X-I§-f‑p‑w ]‑n-d-h‑n-s‑b-S‑p-¡‑p-¶‑n-Ã-t‑Ã‑m‑, F-´‑p s‑I‑m-ï‑m-b‑n-c‑n-¡‑p‑w A-X‑v ? {‑]-[‑m-\ I‑m-c-W‑w KÄ^‑v c‑m-P‑y-§f‑n-s‑e a-e-b‑m-f‑n-I-f‑p-s‑S P‑o-h‑n-X‑w t‑I-cf-¯‑n-s‑e P‑n-h‑n-X-h‑p-a‑m-b‑n _-Ô-s‑¸-«‑p I‑n-S-¡‑p-¶‑p F-¶-X‑m-W‑v. A-h-c‑p-s‑S k‑z-]‑v-\-§Ä t‑I-c-f-h‑p-a‑m-b‑n t‑NÀ¯‑v s‑h-¨‑m-W‑v- ]-W‑n-b-s‑¸-S‑p-¶-X‑v. A-h-c‑p-s‑S a-S-§‑n-t‑¸‑m¡‑v t‑I-c-f-¯‑n-s‑e A-h-c‑p-s‑S s‑k-ä‑nÂs‑aâ‑p-a‑m-b‑n _-Ô-s‑¸-«‑p I‑n-S-¡‑p¶‑p. t‑I-c-f-h‑p-a‑m-b‑p‑w, a-e-b‑m-f k‑m-l‑nX‑y-h‑p-a‑m-b‑p‑w A-K‑m-[-a‑m-b H-c‑p _-Ô‑w A-hÀ k‑q-£‑n-¡‑p-¶‑p-ï‑v. b‑q-t‑d‑m-¸‑n-t‑et‑¡‑m‑, A-t‑a-c‑n-¡-b‑n-t‑e-t‑¡‑m‑, B-k‑v-t‑{‑Se‑n-b-b‑n-t‑e-t‑¡‑m t‑]‑m-I‑p-¶ H-c‑mÄ¡‑v A-h-c‑p-s‑S k‑z-]‑v-\-§Ä ]-W‑n-b‑p-¶-X‑v B t‑Z-i-h‑p-a‑m-b‑n _-Ô-s‑¸-S‑p-¯‑n-b‑m-W‑v. t‑I-c-f-¯‑n-t‑e-¡‑p-Å a-S-§‑n-t‑¸‑m-¡‑v A-h-s‑c k‑w_-Ô‑n-¨‑v H-c‑p h‑n-Z‑q-c k‑m[‑y-Xa‑m-{‑X-a‑m-W‑v. A-§-s‑\ h-c‑p-t‑¼‑mÄ A-hÀ¡‑v `‑m-j-t‑b‑m-S‑p‑w ‑, t‑I-c-f-h‑p-a‑m-b‑p‑w \‑n-c-´-c _-Ô‑w C-Ã‑m-s‑X h-c‑p-¶‑p. A-h-c‑n \‑n-¶‑v k‑m-l‑n-X‑y c-N-\-IÄ D-ï‑m-I‑m-¯-X‑n AÂ`‑p-X-s‑]-t‑S-ïX‑n-s‑Ã-¶‑m-W‑v- F-\‑n-¡‑v t‑X‑m-¶‑p-¶-X‑v. {‑]-h‑m-k P‑o-h‑n-X-¯‑n k‑m-l‑n-X‑y-¯‑n\‑p‑w k‑m-l‑n-X‑y I‑q-«‑m-b‑v-a-IÄ-¡‑p-a‑p-Å {‑]-k-à‑n-s‑b F-§-s‑\ I‑m-W‑p-¶‑p ? _-l‑v-d‑n-\‑n B-b‑n-c‑p-¶-t‑¸‑mÄ R-§Ä-¡‑v k-P‑o-b-h-a‑m-b k‑m-l‑n-X‑y I‑q-«‑m-b‑v-a D-ï‑m-b‑n-c‑p-¶‑p. F-Ã‑mI‑m-c‑y-§-f‑p‑w X‑p-d-¶ a-\-t‑Ê‑m-s‑S k‑w-k‑m-c‑n-¡‑p-¶‑, C-g-b-S‑p-¸-a‑p-Å‑,t‑h-h‑v e§‑v¯‑p-Å I‑p-d-¨‑v t‑]-c‑m-b‑n-c‑p-¶‑p A-X‑v. k‑v-{‑X‑o ]‑p-c‑p-j t‑hÀ X‑n-c‑n-h‑p-IÄ

D-ï‑m-b‑n-c‑p-¶‑n-Ã. {‑]-h‑m-k t‑e‑m-I-¯‑n A-¯-c‑w I‑q-«‑m-b‑v-a-IÄ c‑q]‑w \Â-I‑m³ a‑p³-s‑s‑I F-S‑p-¡-W‑w. \‑m‑w P‑oh‑n¡‑p-¶ b‑m-{‑´‑n-I-X-b‑n \‑n-¶‑v c-£ t‑\-S‑m³ ]-ä‑n-b a‑mÀ-K‑w I‑q-S‑n-b‑m-W-X‑v. BS‑p P‑oh‑n-X‑w k‑n-\‑n-a-b‑m-¡‑p-¶-X‑n-s‑\ I‑p-d‑n-¨‑v ]-d-ª‑p t‑I-«‑n-c‑p-¶‑p ? »-k‑n-b‑m-W‑v BS‑pP‑oh‑n-X¯‑n-\‑v k‑n-\‑n-a‑m c‑p-]‑w \Â-I‑p-I. ]‑r-Y‑z‑nc‑m-P‑v \P‑o_‑n-s‑â t‑h-j‑w s‑N-¿‑m³ [‑m-c-W B-b‑n-«‑p-ï‑v. H-c‑p hÀ-j‑w \‑o-ï‑p \‑n¡‑p-¶ j‑q«‑n-§‑v s‑j-U‑y‑pÄ B-W‑v ¹‑m³ s‑N-b‑v-X‑n-c‑n-¡‑p-¶-X‑v . a-c‑p-`‑qa‑n-b‑n-s‑e E X‑p-t‑`-Z-§Ä {‑]-X‑n-^-e‑n-¡‑p-¶ c‑o-X‑nb‑n-e‑m-W‑v k‑n-\‑n-a ¹‑m³ s‑N-¿‑p-¶-X‑v. h‑m-b-\ k‑z-]-v\‑w I‑m-W‑m-\‑p‑w ] c‑mPbs‑¸S‑m\pw ]Tn¸‑n-¡‑p-s‑a¶‑v A-§‑v ]-d-b‑p-I-b‑p-ï‑m-b‑n, h‑n-i-Z-a‑m-¡‑m-t‑a‑m ? t‑e‑m-I‑w a‑p-g‑p-h³ h‑n-P-b‑n-¡‑m³ ] T‑n-¸‑n-¡‑p-¶ I‑m-e-¯‑m-W‑v \‑m‑w P‑o-h‑n¡‑p-¶-X‑v. I‑p-«‑n-I-f‑p-s‑S t‑a a‑m-X‑m ]‑n-X‑m-¡Ä A-h-c‑p-s‑S k‑z-]‑v-\-§Ä C-d-¡‑n-s‑h-¡‑p-I-b‑m-W‑v. F-¶‑m t‑e‑m-I‑w P-b‑n-¡‑p-¶-h-c‑p-s‑S a‑m-{‑X-a-à ]-c‑m-P-b-s‑¸S‑p-¶-h-c‑p-s‑S I‑q-S‑n-b‑m-W‑v. F-Ã‑m C-S-§f‑n-e‑p‑w h‑n-P-b‑n-¨ F-{‑X t‑]À t‑e‑m-I-¯‑v P‑n-h‑n-¨‑n-c‑n-¡‑p-¶‑p-ï‑v? h‑m-b-\ ]-c‑m-P-bs‑¯ I‑p-d‑n-¨‑p I‑q-S‑n-b‑m-W‑v ]T‑n-¸‑n-¡‑p-I. ]-c‑m-P-b-s‑¯ k‑o-I-c‑n-¡‑m-\‑p‑w A-`‑na‑p-J‑o I-c‑n-¡‑m-\‑p‑w h‑m-b-\ k-Ö-a‑m-¡‑p-¶‑p. \-½‑p-s‑S I‑p-«‑n-I-s‑f \‑m‑w h‑m-b-\-b‑p-s‑S {‑]‑m-[‑m-\‑y-s‑¯ I‑p-d‑n-¨‑v t‑_‑m-[‑y-s‑¸-S‑p¯-W‑w.]‑p-X‑n-b I‑m-e-s‑¯ I‑p-«‑n-IÄ H-¶‑n-e‑p‑w t‑^‑m-¡-k‑v s‑N-¿‑m³ I-g‑n-b‑m-¯ c‑o-X‑n-b‑n-e‑m-W‑v h-fÀ-¶‑p h-c‑p-¶-X‑v.A-h-s‑c \‑m-f-s‑b¡‑p-d‑n-¨‑v k‑z-]‑v\‑w I‑m-W‑m³ t‑{‑]-c‑n-¸‑n-¡‑p-¶-X‑m-W‑v h‑m-b-\. A-h-c‑p-s‑S {‑I‑n-t‑b-ä‑nh‑n-ä‑n-s‑b ]-c‑n-t‑]‑m-j‑n-¸‑n-¡‑p-¶-X‑n\‑p-Å G-ä-h‑p‑w \-à a‑mÀ-K-a‑m-W‑v h‑m-b-\. h‑n-t‑Z-i P‑n-h‑n-X-¯‑n-\‑n-S-¡‑v \-a‑p-¡‑p‑w h‑m-b-\-s‑b X‑n-c‑n-¨‑p ]‑n-S‑n-¡‑m-\‑p‑w h‑m-b\‑m i‑o-e‑w ]‑n-´‑p-S-c‑m-\‑p‑w I-g‑n-b-W‑w. t‑I-c-f-¯‑n h‑m-b-\ h-e‑n-b c‑o-X‑n-b‑n X‑n-c‑n-¨‑p h-¶‑n-«‑p-ï‑v. F-g‑p-¯‑p-I‑mÀ B-Z-c‑n-¡-s‑¸-S‑p-I-b‑p‑w‑, F-g‑p-¯‑ne‑q s‑S P‑o-h‑n-¡‑m³ F-g‑p-¯‑p-I‑mÀ {‑]‑m-]‑vX-c‑m-h‑p-I-b‑p‑w s‑N-b‑v-X‑n-«‑p-ï‑v C-¶‑v.


AUGUST 2016

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memoire

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y native village of “Kozhencheri” had a tight knit Christian community; it was an era when life was simple, faith and prayer a way of life. The religious fervour of the locals used to be kindled by a special kind of people called ‘Upadeshis’ (lay preachers) who used to pass through our village in all seasons. Some were charismatic, some quite the opposite, all of them were poor with only basic education and dependent on the Bible for their livelihood. They preached and drummed the word of God into our ears with urgency as if there were no tomorrows for us. “ Repent and be saved” was their ultimate warning for all the people of Kozhencheri. The locals never took them seriously but tolerated them. Though the drunkards spat swear words at them occasionally, my mother and a few kind women gave them food and shelter on a regular basis. Every summer, a well-known preacher used to hold a three-day convention with nightly meetings in a neighbouring village. A much awaited and blessed event for the community, my mother used to say. It drew large crowds and I remember attending one of those meetings along with my cousins Susy and Aleyamma. Still etched in my memory is how I was

caught in a most embarrassing situation, which unfolded during that meeting. The convention was held in a large football ground and it was packed with people. They sat on the ground under a tent and some sat on mats, which they brought along with them. The preacher and his assistant stood on the raised platform and there was no orchestra except for a drummer who sat in a corner with his drum all tuned and ready to accompany the hymns. For reasons I do not know, every sentence that came out of the preacher’s mouth was repeated by his assistant with more fervour and action. The loud speakers blasted “ God’s message” loud and clear through out the neighbourhood and the preaching went on for hours. After the first half an hour or so we got bored and restless. Luckily we found two tiny ladybirds on the grass in front of us and those adorable little creatures kept us amused through out the sermon. At long last, the sermon was over and the preacher started praying and urging people to get up, repent and be saved. The three of us watched with great curiosity as people got up one by one and gave all sorts of testimonies, some of them weeping as they spoke. Suddenly the preacher had

this divine urge to target the children who were sitting right in front of him. He pointed at me and thundered “ Will the little girl in the shiny dress get up and say “ Today I am saved by the blood of the lamb and my sins are forgiven?” I stopped breathing and my head started to spin. I had no idea of what he was asking me to say. So I clung to my cousins in desperation and whispered, “ Where is the blood? Who killed the lamb? I do not see anything anywhere. It is the Muslim butcher who looks a bloody mess when he slaughters two goats every Saturday for our meat supply. What has he got to do with me and the preacher?” No answers came to clear my confusion. The wrath of this man of God would send me straight to hell if I disobeyed, I thought to myself. When we were naughty and disobedient our grandma used to frighten us by telling that we would end up in snakeridden hell. The fright of ending up in hell with snakes crawling all over my body as well as my talent in acting came to the rescue. So I could get up boldly and repeat that clueless sentence loud and clear, “ Today I am saved by the blood of the lamb and my sins are forgiven”. The preacher

did a high victory leap on the stage clutching his Bible and this was followed by many halleluiahs from the crowd. Immediately both my cousins got up and repeated that sentence, as they wanted to give their full support to me. Then with out any prompts, other little girls started getting up one by one and imitated me, their role model! The crowd stood up in disbelief as they witnessed this miracle and praised the Lord loudly. It was a glorious night for the preacher as he could save many from their sins including little girls! But as for me, my carefree life came to a halt as the boys at school teased and tormented me to their hearts content. They even bestowed me with the nickname kunjadu, meaning little lamb and imitated the bleating sound ‘Ba ba’ when ever they sighted me. The situation got under control when the headmaster took disciplinary action and all the boys including the guilty and the innocent ones got heavy caning. When my brothers saw my tears, they taught me how to handle bullies at school and outside. The true miracle of this story is that instead of washing away my sins the good Lord blessed me with self-confidence and a generous heart, equipping me to embrace life in all its fullness.


METRO MALAYALAM

AUGUST 2016

current affairs

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A GOVERNMENT

on Knife Edge Instability and volatility were the salient features of Australian politics in the last decade. In the 2007 Federal election, after long years in opposition, Labor party under the leadership of Kevin Rudd defeated the Liberal National Coalition, resulting in Prime Minister Howard himself losing his seat. The most important reason for the defeat of the Howard government was the attack on worker’s rights through Work Choices legislation. Though the Rudd government had a few significant accomplishments to its credit like apology to the stolen generation, ratification of Kyoto Protocol and introduction of NBN, the bitter leadership rivalry between

Rudd and Gillard culminated in Gillard deposing the “elected Prime Minister” before the end of the three year term. The 2010 election paved the way to the first hung Parliament and the formation of a minority government by Gillard with the support of the Greens and some independents. To maintain the balance of power, Gillard had to yield to the pressure of Greens and was forced to introduce carbon tax. Shortly before the election in 2013, Gillard was overthrown and Rudd became Prime Minister for a second term. In 2013, the Coalition was elected with an absolute majority on the strength of two slogans, “stopping the boats and repealing carbon tax” and Tony Abbot became the Prime Minister. History

Jacob Thomas

In the 2016 election, though the possibility of a hung parliament was avoided by a very thin margin, the result appears to be a “cliff hanger” and Australia has opted for a government “on knife edge”. was repeated again; the “elected Prime Minister” Tony Abbot was “politically assassinated” by challenger Malcolm Turnbull in September 2015. Turnbull as Prime Minister did not change any of the policies of his predecessor including policy on climate change and legalisation of gay marriage, but committed the blunder of “double dissolution” to get rid of a hostile senate. In the 2016 election, though the possibility of a hung parliament was avoided by a very thin margin, the result appears to be a “cliff hanger” and Australia has opted for a government “on knife edge”. Though Prime Minister Turnbull claims that he has the mandate to go ahead with the policies he took to the election, some political observers and journalists have d e p i c t e d t h i s

election result as a mandate against Turnbull’s leadership as the coalition was reduced to a mere 76 members in the Lower house from a landslide victory of 90 seats in 2013. Labour party has regained 14 seats from the Coalition and has registered a swing of 3.14%. Prime Minister Turnbull’s popularity and leadership have diminished while opposition leader Shorten’s have improved. In fact, Bill Shorten has become the first Labor leader to take the party to the brink of forming a government after almost defeating a one term government. Liberal Senator and former minister from Tasmania, Eric Abetz has called this election result as “a big kick up the pants” for coalition and has expressed the need for “recalibration”. Outspoken conservative journalist Andrew Bolt has even gone to the extreme of asking Turnbull to resign. Indications are that Turnbull cannot contemplate a smooth term as Prime Minister as leadership tensions and policy failures may bring him to the same fate as the man he deposed as Prime Minister. The people of Australia have given a shock treatment to this government by returning them to power by a very narrow majority and have warned them of the dare consequences of unpopular policies like privatisation of Medicare and attack on weekend

penalty rates that hurt ordinary Australians. Though the Coalition accuses Labor of negative smear campaign about privatisation of Medicare, the so called “smear campaign” has indirectly turned out to be benefitting ordinary Australians, as the current government will be forced to think twice before attacking Medicare. The double dissolution has not accomplished what it was intended to; in fact it has backfired. Though the rejection of Australian Building and Construction Commission Bill by the Senate was used as the trigger for double dissolution, it is significant that Turnbull has barely mentioned it again during the whole campaign. Turnbull has to use “every bit of negotiating skills” to get this and other Bills approved by a more hostile senate, as there are more cross benchers currently, than in the previous Senate. There are some unique trends that have emerged from this election. More and more voters are becoming dissatisfied with the major parties and moving to support independents and minor parties like Nick Xenophon team. The diminishing popularity of the Greens and the emergence of One Nation party are significant outcomes of this election. Pauline Hanson has come back to parliament after 20 years and her One Nation party advocates dangerous and crazy ideas like cessation of Muslim immigration to Australia and ban on new mosques which may have alarming consequences. Volatility, instability and uncertainty may continue to haunt Australian politics in the next three years of this government.


Varghese Paulose Managing Director


METRO MALAYALAM

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| COLUMN Resmi Krishnan

The BLM Movement, Racism and all things

not so fun

The convention was held in a large football ground and it was packed with people. They sat on the ground under a tent and some sat on mats, which they brought along with them.

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crolling through Facebook, you may have noticed that your newsfeed may be flooded with articles on the new releases of Pokemon Go or unfortunately, on the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement. Over the past 1 to 2 weeks, this movement has received huge social and mass media coverage, especially in the United States. In the span of two days, July 5th and 6th, Alton Sterling and then Philando Castile, two Black Americans, were shot dead by the US Police. Alton Sterling was tackled to the ground by two Caucasian Police officers after they had received a report saying that Sterling was attempting to sell CD’s when he had threatened someone with a gun. After reviewing the videos and various witness statements it could be noted that although Sterling was on the ground and did not bare any threat he was STILL shot multiple times because he was moving. Literally the next day, Philando Castile was pulled over while his girlfriend and her four year old daughter were in the car. Castile was pulled over as part of a traffic stop because the officer, Jeronimo Yanez, believed his taillights were not working. After asking for identification, Castile let the officer know that he had a license to carry a concealed weapon but he will get the identification to show him. Yanez said to put his hands back up after hearing this and as he rose his arms Yanez shot Castile 4 or 5 times. The

aftermath was quickly live streamed by his girlfriend in the passenger seat, all the while her daughter is in the backseat having witness this. Racism is not new to the world as it stamps a long history in America and Australia. Hours after these two incidents, news reports and social media took a large turn creating and promoting the BLM movement. For those who are unaware of this movement, it represents the African-American community, and campaigns against violence towards black people; especially deaths of black people by the law enforcement officers, while also tackling issues such as racial profiling, police brutality, racial inequality, and deaths in custody. Although this movement was focused heavily on the current happenings in America, I feel as though this is highly relatable to our natives. After much thought, I decided to look into the statistics of Aboriginal deaths in custody as it had sparked much outrage and conjecture into whether it is “deliberate killing of Indigenous Australians by police and prison officers”. The ‘Royal Commission into the Aboriginal deaths in custody’ was established

in 1987 to investigate the allegations and at that time it was concluded that they were not dying due to police violence. The percentage of Aboriginal deaths in custody has gone up by 150% since the Royal Commission in 1991. It was also found that the Aboriginal people were taken into custody in an “overwhelmingly different” way to non-Indigenous Australians. They also found that too many Aboriginals were being put into custody too often. In Western Australia, which has the highest Aboriginal prison rate in Australia, it was found that Indigenous Australians were 20 times more likely to be imprisoned than non-Indigenous people. The rate of incarceration has soared 11 times faster than the non-Indigenous rate. What do all these statistics mean? It means that with the Royal Commission existing, Northern Territory introduced ‘paperless arrest laws’ in 2014, which allows Police officers to jail a person with no warrant or charge for 4 hours. We are surrounded by many eloquently worded policies but it is important to stay open and aware of these. Often, what may sound good

to you may harbour many diabolical consequences for our country, community and children of tomorrow. Let us not forget the disgusting face of hatred, murder, and racism that this country was made on and very much exists under the surface. This is why, although voting is over and our preferences have been made, it is important read policies of each party and make educated decisions. Often and many times people ‘donkey vote’. “If it didn’t work with this party, let’s give this one a go”. The same people who make donkey votes are the ones to complain about the “state of Australia”. It is important to be a part of the discussion, read and be aware. I know I am very ill-informed when it comes to the state of affairs in the country and outside as there is so much misinformation being thrown around. My advice to those wanting to learn more or understand more is to read from a variety of sources. Soon you will realise which news forum gives the least biased and most informative information you can gather. Soon you will understand that there is a mountain of information if you resort to reading from more than one news media outlet. For the months to come it is important to fight and raise our voices against policies and suggestions that may involve discrimination against age, race, sexual preference, gender and wealth! Keep your ears and eyes open!


AUGUST 2016

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s‑W-¶‑v a-\-Ê‑v a-{‑´‑n-¨-X‑n-\‑m D-X‑v-IT a-\-Ê‑n H-X‑p-¡‑n R‑m-\-§‑p \-S-¶‑p. C-\‑n c-k-I-c-a‑m-b I‑m-c‑y‑w A-X-Ã. B-k‑v-t‑{‑S-e‑n-b-b‑n h-¶‑n-«‑v A-`‑n-a‑p-J‑o-Ic‑n-t‑¡-ï‑n-h-¶ ]-e {‑]-X‑n-k-Ô‑n-I-f‑n-s‑e‑m¶‑p-t‑]‑m-e‑p‑w ]‑q-¨-I‑p-d‑p-s‑I N‑m-S‑n-b-X‑p-a‑q-e‑w D-ï‑m-b-X-à F-¶-X‑m-W-X‑v! C-s‑X-´m C-h‑n-S‑p-s‑¯ ]‑q-¨-IÄ-¡‑v Z‑n-h‑y-X-b‑pt‑ï‑m? A-s‑X‑m-¶‑p-a-Ã‑, k‑w-`‑m-h‑y‑-X‑m i‑m-k‑v-{‑X-h‑p‑w (‑probabitiy Theory) a-\‑x-i‑m-k‑v-{‑X-h‑p-a‑m-W‑v C-X‑n-s‑â ]‑n-¶‑n F-¶‑p I‑p-d-¨‑p N‑n-´‑n-¨‑m a-\-Ê‑n-e‑m-I‑p‑w. h-fÀ-¯‑p a‑r-K-§-s‑f t‑X‑m-¶‑n-bt‑]‑m-s‑e A-g‑n-¨‑p-h‑n-S‑m-\‑p-Å ]‑u-ck‑z‑m-X-{‑´‑y-¯‑n t‑I-c-f kÀ-¡‑mÀ s‑s‑I-I-S-¯‑p-¶-X‑m-b‑n B-c‑p‑w ]-d-b‑n-Ã. X-•‑q-e‑w a‑n-¡-h‑m-d‑p‑w Z‑n-h-k‑w I‑p-s‑d \-S-¡‑p-I-b‑m-s‑W-¦‑n H-c‑p ]‑q-¨-s‑b-¦‑n-e‑p‑w I‑p-d‑p-s‑I N‑m-S‑p-¶-X‑v I‑m-W‑p-h‑m³ \-à k‑m-[‑y-X-b‑p-ï‑v. a-d‑p-h-i-¯‑v t‑I-c-f-¯‑ns‑e H-c‑p k‑m-[‑m-c-W-¡‑m-c-s‑\ k‑w-_-Ô‑n¨‑n-S-t‑¯‑m-f‑w Z‑uÀ-`‑m-K‑y‑w F-¶-X‑v h-f-s‑c k‑p-e-`-a‑m-b‑n e-`‑n-¡‑p-¶ H-¶‑p-a‑m-W‑v. D-Z‑ml-c-W-¯‑n-\‑v, H-c‑p kÀ-¡‑mÀ H‑m-^‑o-k‑n \‑n-¶‑p‑w B-¹‑n-t‑¡-j³ A-b-¨ t‑i-j‑w B-Z‑y-L-«-¯‑nÂ-X-s‑¶ A-\‑p-I‑q-e D-¯-ch‑v I‑n-«‑p-¶ A-\‑p-`-h‑w F-{‑X-t‑]À-¡‑p-ï‑v? A-X‑p-t‑]‑m-s‑e H-c‑p k‑m-[-\‑w d‑n-¸-b-d‑n-M‑n\‑p s‑I‑m-S‑p-¯‑m ]-d-ª k-a-b-¯‑v I‑n«‑p-s‑a-¶‑v F-´‑p-d-¸‑v? a-ä‑p-Å-h-c‑p-s‑S ‑']‑m-c‑' a‑q-e-a‑p-Å I-j‑v-S-\-j‑v-S-§Ä t‑h-s‑d-b‑p‑w‑! a‑m-{‑X-a-à C-s‑X-Ã‑m‑w H-c‑p hÀ-j-¯‑n F-t‑¸‑mÄ t‑h-W-s‑a-¦‑n-e‑p‑w k‑w-`-h‑n-¡‑m-h‑p¶-X‑p-a‑m-W‑v. ]‑q-¨ I‑p-d‑p-s‑I N‑m-S‑n-b‑m-e‑p‑w C-s‑Ã-¦‑n-e‑p‑w ]-W‑n-X-t‑c-ï-h³ A-X‑p X-¶‑n-c‑n-¡‑p‑w. \-½‑p-s‑S s‑s‑]-X‑r-I-a‑m-W-X‑v.

H-c‑p a-e-b‑m-f‑n-¡‑v hÀ-j-¯‑n ]-e-t‑¸‑m-g‑p‑w Z‑uÀ-`‑m-K‑y‑w D-ï‑m-I‑p‑w. A-§-s‑\-b‑p-Å ]-e k-µÀ-`-§-f‑n-e‑p‑w H-c‑p ]‑q-¨ I‑p-d‑p-s‑I N‑m-S‑pI-b‑p‑w s‑N-¿‑p‑w‑! C-X‑p X-½‑n _-Ô-s‑a‑m-¶‑p-a‑n-Ã. c-ï‑n-\‑pw \-à k‑m-[‑y-X-b‑p-Å-X‑n-\‑m H-¶‑p k‑w-`-h‑n-¡‑p-t‑¼‑mÄ ]-e-t‑¸‑m-g‑p‑w a-ä-X‑p‑w k‑w-`-h‑n-¡‑p-¶‑p-s‑h-¶‑p-a‑m-{‑X‑w. A-t‑¸‑mÄ ]‑n-s‑¶ C‑u ]‑q-¨h‑n-i‑z‑m-k‑w F-§-s‑\ c‑q-V-a‑q-e-a‑m-I‑p-¶‑p F-¶‑p t‑N‑m-Z‑n-¡‑m‑w. A-X‑n-s‑â s‑{‑I-U‑n-ä‑v a-e-b‑m-f‑n-I-fp-s‑S DNAb‑v-¡‑v X-s‑¶-b‑m-W‑v. H-c‑p ]‑q-¨-¡‑p‑w H-¶‑p I‑p-d‑p-s‑I N‑m-S‑n A-X‑p N‑p-f‑p-h‑n A-S‑n-s‑¨-S‑p-¡‑m³ B-h‑n-Ã. A-t‑¸‑mÄ k‑w-K-X‑n C-§-s‑\-b‑m-W‑v H-c‑p a-e-b‑m-f‑n-¡‑v hÀ-j-¯‑n ]-e-t‑¸‑m-g‑p‑w Z‑uÀ-`‑m-K‑y‑w D-ï‑m-I‑p‑w. A-§-s‑\-b‑p-Å ]-e k-µÀ-`§-f‑n-e‑p‑w H-c‑p ]‑q-¨ I‑p-d‑p-s‑I N‑m-S‑p-I-b‑p‑w s‑N-¿‑p‑w‑! C-X‑p X-½‑n _-Ô-s‑a‑m-¶‑p-a‑n-Ã. c-ï‑n-\‑pw \-à k‑m-[‑y-X-b‑p-Å-X‑n-\‑m H-¶‑p k‑w-`-h‑n-¡‑p-t‑¼‑mÄ ]-e-t‑¸‑m-g‑p‑w a-ä-X‑p‑w k‑w-`-h‑n-¡‑p-¶‑p-s‑h-¶‑p-a‑m-{‑X‑w. A-t‑¸‑mÄ ]‑n-s‑¶ C‑u ]‑q-¨-h‑n-i‑z‑m-k‑w F-§-s‑\ c‑q-V-a‑q-e-a‑m-I‑p-¶‑p. F-¶‑p t‑N‑m-Z‑n-¡‑m‑w. \-½‑p-s‑S a-\-Ê‑n-s‑\ ]‑n-S‑n-¨‑p I‑p-e‑p-¡‑p-¶ F-s‑´-¦‑n-e‑p‑w k‑w-`-h‑n-¨‑m \‑m‑w A-X‑v H‑mÀ-¯‑n-c‑n-¡‑p‑w. A-X‑v k‑u`‑m-K‑y-I-c-t‑a‑m Z‑uÀ-`‑m-K‑y-I-c-t‑a‑m B-b k‑w-`-h-a‑m-b‑n-c‑n-¡‑m‑w. Z‑uÀ-`‑m-K‑y-I-c-a‑m-b F-s‑´-¦‑n-e‑p‑w k‑w-`-h‑n-¨‑m A-X‑n-\‑p I‑m-c-W‑w A-t‑\‑z-j‑n-¡‑p-I- F-¶-X‑v a-\‑pj‑y-k-l-P-a‑m-W‑v. k‑u-`‑m-K‑y-I-c-a‑m-b k‑w-`h-§Ä-¡‑v A-X‑p-t‑]‑m-s‑e \-½Ä I‑m-c-W‑w A-t‑\‑z-j‑n-¡‑m-d‑n-Ã. H-c‑p-Z‑m-l-c-W-¯‑n-\‑v \-½Ä s‑d-b‑nÂ-s‑h t‑Ì-j-\‑n s‑s‑h-I‑ns‑b-¯‑n‑, F-¶‑m s‑{‑S-b‑n-\‑p‑w s‑s‑h-I‑n F-¯‑n-b-X‑n-\‑m b‑m-{‑X-¡‑p X-S-Ê-a‑p-ï‑mI‑p-¶‑n-Ã. -A-t‑¸‑mÄ \-½Ä H-c‑p B-i‑z‑m-k s‑\-S‑p-h‑oÀ-t‑¸‑m-s‑S s‑{‑S-b‑n-\‑n I-b-d‑n b‑m-{‑X X‑p-S-c‑p-¶‑p. C-¯-c‑p-W-¯‑n \-½Ä G-X‑p i-\‑n-b-s‑\ I-s‑ï-t‑¶‑m‑, h-à I-ï³-]‑q-¨ I‑p-d‑p-s‑I N‑m-S‑n-t‑b‑m C-Ãt‑b‑m F-s‑¶‑m-¶‑p‑w B-t‑e‑m-N‑n-¨‑p k-a-b‑w I-f-b‑p-¶‑n-Ã‑! F-¶‑m s‑{‑S-b‑n³ a‑n-Ê‑v s‑N-b‑v-X‑m C-X-Ã-s‑Ã‑m A-h-Ø. G-X‑p C-S-h-g‑n-b F-t‑¸‑mÄ ]‑q-¨ N‑m-S‑n-s‑b-¶‑p‑w a-ä‑p-a‑p-Å h‑n-h-c-§Ä H‑mÀ-¯‑p I-ï‑p-]‑nS‑n-¡‑p‑w. a‑m-{‑X-a-à ]‑n-¶‑o-S‑v I‑p-S‑p‑w-_‑m‑w-K§-t‑f‑m-S‑p‑w k‑p-l‑r-¯‑p-¡-t‑f‑m-S‑p‑w F-Ã‑m‑w ]-d-ª‑v A-h-c‑p-s‑S a-\-Ê‑n-e‑p‑w C‑u h‑n-i‑z‑mk‑w A-c-¡‑n-«‑p-d-¸‑n-¡‑p‑w. A-{‑X X-s‑¶‑! C-\‑n B-k‑v-t‑{‑S-e‑n-b³ I‑m-c‑y-s‑a-S‑p-

¡‑m‑w. B-k‑v-t‑{‑S-e‑n-b-b‑n h-¶‑n-«‑v A-`‑n-a‑pJ‑o-I-c‑n-t‑¡-ï‑n-h-¶ {‑]-X‑n-k-Ô‑n-I-f‑n-s‑e‑m¶‑p-t‑]‑m-e‑p‑w ]‑q-¨-I‑p-d‑p-s‑I N‑m-S‑n-b-X‑p-a‑q-e‑w D-ï‑m-bXÃ. F-¶‑p R‑m³ B-Z‑y-t‑a ]-d-ª-s‑Ã‑m. X‑m-c-X-t‑a‑y-\ I‑m-c‑y-§Ä-¡‑v H-c‑p A-S‑p-¡‑p‑w N‑n-«-b‑p‑w D-Å-X‑p-s‑I‑m-ï‑p‑w \‑n-b-a-§Ä a‑n-¡-h‑m-d‑p‑w I‑m-c‑y-£-a-a‑m-b‑n \-S-¸‑m-¡‑p-¶-X‑p-s‑I‑m-ï‑p‑w Z‑uÀ-`‑m-K‑y-§Ä t‑I-c-f-s‑¯ A-t‑]-£‑n-¨‑v X‑p-t‑e‑m‑w I‑p-d-h‑v. ]‑q-¨ I‑p-d‑p-s‑I N‑m-S‑n-b‑m-e‑p‑w C-s‑Ã-¦‑n-e‑p‑w C-X‑p X-s‑¶ Ø‑n-X‑n. C-\‑n A-Y-h H-c‑p Z‑uÀ-`‑m-K‑y‑w D-ï‑m-b‑m-e‑p‑w t‑]‑m‑w-h-g‑n-IÄ F-f‑p-¸-¯‑n I-ï‑p-]‑n-S‑n-¡‑m‑w. A-t‑¸‑mÄ Z‑p-c-h-Ø-¡‑v I‑m-c-W‑w I-ï‑p-]‑n-S‑n-¡‑m-\‑pÅ h‑y-{‑K-X I‑p-d-b‑p‑w. ]‑n-s‑¶ t‑I-c-f-¯‑ns‑e-t‑¸‑m-s‑e ]‑q-¨-I-s‑f A-{‑X ‑'I-b-d-g‑n-¨‑p‑' h‑n-«‑n-c‑n-¡‑p-¶ k‑v-Y‑n-X‑n-b-Ã‑m-¯-X‑n-\‑m Z‑uÀ-`‑m-K‑y‑w D-ï‑m-I‑p-¶ Z‑n-h-k‑w-X-s‑¶ ]‑q-¨ I‑p-d‑p-s‑I N‑m-S‑p-¶-X‑n-\‑p-Å k‑w-`‑mh‑y-X-b‑p‑w I‑p-d-h‑v! C-{‑X-b‑p‑w ‑'i‑m-k‑v-{‑X‑o-b A-d‑n-h‑v' h‑n-f-¼‑n-b R‑m-\‑p‑w B-Z‑y-s‑a‑m-s‑¡ ]‑q-¨ I‑p-d-‑p-s‑I N‑m-S‑p-t‑¼‑mÄ i-]‑n-¨‑n-«‑ps‑ï-¶-X‑v t‑h-s‑d I‑m-c‑y‑w‑! A-ï‑n-t‑b‑m-SS‑p-¡‑p-t‑¼‑m-g-s‑à ]‑p-f‑n-b-d‑n-bq? A-X‑n k‑z-´‑w I‑m-c‑y‑w h-c‑p-t‑¼‑mÄ \-S-¯‑n-b H-c‑p A-]-I-S e-L‑q-I-c-W- X-{‑´-a‑m-b‑n (Risk mitigation) a‑m-{‑X‑w I-c‑p-X‑n-b‑m a-X‑n‑! h‑mÂ-¡-j‑v-W‑w: C‑u h‑n-j-b-¯‑n-\‑v H-c‑p a‑r-K‑m-h-I‑m-i ]-Ý‑m-¯-e-h‑p‑w D-s‑ï¶‑v F-s‑â H-c‑p k‑p-l‑r-¯‑v ]-d-b‑p-¶‑p ]‑q-¨-b‑v-¡‑p-a‑n-s‑à k-©‑m-c k‑z‑m-X-{‑´‑y‑w? \‑n-§Ä H-c‑p ]‑q-¨-b‑m-b‑n H-c‑p \‑n-a‑n-j‑w k-¦Â-¸‑n-¡‑p-I. H-¶‑p s‑h-f‑n-b‑n C-d-§‑n-b‑m I‑m-W‑p-¶ a-\‑p-j‑y-s‑c-Ã‑m‑w X‑n-c‑n-ª‑p-\‑n-¶‑p‑w X‑p-¸‑p-¶-X‑v F-s‑´‑mc‑p I‑m-g‑v-N-b‑m-W‑v? CXv F-{‑X-a‑m-{‑X‑w a‑m-\-k‑n-I h‑y-Y-b‑m-W‑v H-c‑p ]‑q-¨-b‑n D-ï‑m-¡‑p-I. N‑n-´‑n-t‑¡-ï I‑m-c‑y-a‑m-W‑v.


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Let us accept the fact that our need to have a little time for ourselves has nothing to do with our relationship or how much we love our partner. Let us learn to respect each other and learn to give this space to each other rather than to suffocate each other.

Leena Mercy

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he other day I was talking to a friend. He is someone with an artistic mind. He loves to paint, read, write and travel. He also loves to spend his time with his family and friends and at times by himself too. On this day when I spoke to him he seemed to be gloomy in his demeanor. With a bit of my prompting, he shared the following. Recently he had taken a solo trip for two days. He wanted to write on a specific subject and he thought it was essential for him to be alone for two days to collect his thoughts and be relaxed without any responsibilities. Upon his return he ended up having an argument with his wife as she finds it difficult to accept his involvement in activities such as writing and travelling. She can only see it as his time away from his family. As she does not share these similar interests with him, it is getting more and more difficult for him to do something that he likes, as the expectation is that everything should be orchestrated as a family or in the interest of the family members. Was I surprised? Well, I guess I have seen enough instances either as an issue from a wife’s perspective or as an issue from husband’s perspective. When two individuals come together to start a life together, both of them adjust to the needs of the other. Then as kids come in, the

relationship spins to a different level. Both partners usually sacrifice many of their interests and activities, and adjust to each other’s needs even more to raise the family. This slowly strengthens the expectation of doing everything as a family. When eventually one partner pursues an activity or an interest of her/his own, these are all seen as “time away” from the family and questions are asked as to why you are doing this or what benefits it gives you. The question is: when love is expressed between two partners without bearing an element of individual respect which allows them having a little space in the relationship, can we still call it true love, or is it an expression of mere possessiveness coming out of jealousy and fear? A long term US study of marriage called the “Early Years Marriage Project”, has been following the same 373 married couples for over 25 years and the researcher Orbuch reports “When partners have their own set of interests, friends, and time for self, that makes them happier and less bored," . "Time alone also gives partners time to process their thoughts, pursue hobbies and relax without responsibilities to others." It seems that when we give space to each other in a relationship, it freshens up the relationship as well as preserves and strengthens an individual’s sense

and identity while still being together as a couple . In one of his novels, notable author Bennyamin compares family as a petty shop on the street corner. He says this is not a place that gives you everything, and for many other things we have to look for other shops. What he meant was that there is no point in expecting that our partner is there to fulfil all of our needs. For some interests like a discussion on literature, writing or even may be cooking we may need other good friends or may need to be alone. Bennyamin pointed out that our expectation that every need of ours should be fulfilled by our partner and demands for the same are slowly destroying many marriages. According to him, once the relationship rises to a level where each party is comfortable in letting the other fulfil some of his/her interests from another group of friends or family members or on his/her own, the relationship will rise to another meaningful level. Yet why is it painful for many of us to give a bit of space to each other in a relationship? Studies show this as lack of self-esteem which may come from childhood experiences. If the child was raised in an insecure attachment environment, the child in his/ her adult life gets anxious about losing his/her partner when he/she lets

t h e partner pursue an activity by himself or herself. The other reason can be, partners who have nothing much to do on their own, always depend on their partner to fill their time, to fill their need. At some stage in our life, our children also may become a partner to another person and what role model are we to them? Don’t they need to learn to respect their partner and give a space to them? For that, I think they should have their own interests, activities or hobbies they can pursue. To know how to play an instrument, or sport activities or to have an interest in painting reading or cooking can help them to occupy themselves in such a way that they don’t feel abandoned or left alone when their partner pursues an activity or an interest of their own. Let us accept the fact that our need to have a little time for ourselves has nothing to do with our relationship or how much we love our partner. Let us learn to respect each other and learn to give this space to each other rather than to suffocate each other. Let us understand that “giving space and time is the best recipe for a long term relationship to work “


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‑n-U‑v-\‑n-b‑n \‑n-¶‑p‑w I‑m³s‑_-d-b‑v-¡‑p-Å b‑m-{‑X-b‑n B-b‑n-c‑p-¶‑p R-§Ä. R‑m-\‑p‑w \‑n-§f‑p-s‑S H-s‑¡ {‑]‑n-b-s‑¸-« s‑d-P‑n-b‑p‑w. C-S-b‑v-s‑¡-t‑¸‑m-t‑g‑m h‑m-l-\-¯‑n C-Ô-\‑w I‑p-d-h‑m-s‑W-¶‑v I-ï‑v s‑d-P‑n {‑]-[‑m-\ \‑n-c-¯‑p h‑n-«‑v h-ï‑n H-c‑p C-S-h-g‑n-t‑e-¡‑v I-b-ä‑p-I-b‑p‑w Z‑n-i \‑nÀ-t‑±-i-I b-{‑´‑w I‑m-W‑n-¨‑p s‑I‑m-S‑p-¯ h-g‑n-b‑n-e‑q-s‑S C-¯‑n-c‑n Z‑q-c‑w k-©-c‑n-¨‑v H-c‑p DÄ-\‑m-S³ {‑K‑m-a-¯‑n-s‑e ]-d-¼‑n F-¯‑n-t‑¨c‑p-I-b‑p‑w s‑N-b‑v-X‑p. s‑d-P‑n C-Ô-\‑w \‑n-d-b‑v-¡‑m-s‑\-S‑p-¯ k-a-b-¯‑v R‑m³ s‑h-d‑p-s‑X B {‑K‑m-a-¯‑n-s‑e h-g‑n-b‑n-t‑e-¡‑v C-d-§‑n-s‑¨-¶‑p. B-k‑v-t‑{‑S-e‑n-b F-¶ h‑n-Z‑q-c `‑q-J-Þ-¯‑n-s‑e h-e‑n-b c-ï‑v \-K-c§Ä-¡‑n-S-b‑n-e‑p-Å C‑u A-Ú‑m-X{‑K‑m-a-¯‑n F-¯‑n-s‑¸-S‑p-h‑m³ F-\‑ns‑¡‑m-c‑p \‑n-t‑b‑m-K-a‑p-ï‑m-b‑n-c‑p-t‑¶‑m..? k‑n-U‑v-\‑n-b‑n-t‑e-¡‑v I‑m³-_-d-b‑n-t‑e-¡‑v s‑aÂ-_-W‑n-t‑e-¡‑v N‑n-e-t‑¸‑mÄ R‑m³ a-S-§‑n h-t‑¶-¡‑m‑w. F-¶‑m B h‑nZ‑q-c-{‑K‑m-a-¯‑n-t‑e-¡‑v R‑m³ C-\‑n H-c‑n¡-e‑p‑w t‑]‑m-I‑m-\‑n-S-b‑n-Ã. N-{‑µ-\‑n I‑m-e‑p-I‑p-¯‑n-b-t‑¸‑mÄ \‑oÂ- B‑m‑w-k‑vt‑{‑S‑m‑w-K‑v A-\‑p-`-h‑n-¨‑n-c‑n-¡‑m-\‑n-S-b‑p-Å H-c‑p DÄ-¡‑p-f‑n-c‑m-W‑v B {‑K‑m-a-]‑m-Xb‑n I‑m N-h‑p-«‑n \‑n-Â-¡‑p-t‑¼‑mÄ R‑m-\-\‑p-`-h‑n-¨-X‑v. P‑o-h‑n-X-¯‑n-s‑â b‑m-Z‑r-Ý‑n-I-X-I-s‑f-¸-ä‑n R‑m-\-t‑¸‑mÄ H‑mÀ-¯‑p. P‑o-h‑n-X-¯‑n H-c‑n-¡-e‑p‑w B-{‑K-l‑n-¡‑p-I-t‑b‑m k‑z-]‑v-\‑w I‑mW‑p-I-t‑b‑m s‑N-¿‑m-¯ H-¶‑m-b‑n-c‑p-¶‑p Bk‑v-t‑{‑S-e‑n-b³ b‑m-{‑X. k-©‑m-c‑n B-b‑n-t‑«‑m I‑p-S‑n-t‑b-ä-¡‑m-c-\‑m-b‑n-t«m R‑m-\-h‑n-s‑S F-¯‑p‑w F-¶‑v H-c‑n-¡e‑p‑w I-c‑p-X‑n-b‑n-«‑n-Ã. F-¶‑n-«‑p‑w H-c‑p I‑q-«‑w k‑m-l‑n-X‑y-k‑v-t‑\-l‑n-I-f‑m-b s‑N-d‑p-¸-¡‑m-c‑p-s‑S D-Õ‑m-l-¯‑n-s‑â ^-e-a‑m-b‑n-«‑m-W‑v R‑m-\-h‑n-s‑S F-¯‑ns‑¸-«-X‑v. P‑o-h‑n-X-¯‑n H‑mÀ-¯‑p-h-b‑v¡‑m³ H-c‑p ]‑n-S‑n \-à \‑n-a‑n-j-§Ä k-½‑m-\‑n-¨‑p-s‑I‑m-ï‑m-W‑v l‑r-k‑z-s‑a¦‑n-e‑p‑w k‑z‑mÀ-°-I-a‑m-b B b‑m-{‑X

R‑m³ ]‑qÀ-¯‑n-b‑m-¡‑n-b-X‑v. k‑n-U‑v-\‑n F-¶‑v t‑N‑m-Z‑n-¡‑pt‑¼‑mÄ b‑m-{‑X‑m-]‑p-k‑v-X-I-§Ä I‑m-W‑n-¨‑p X-c‑p-¶ H-t‑¸-d l‑u-k‑v. ]‑p-X‑p-h-Õ-c‑w ]‑n-d-¶‑p F-¶‑v N‑m-\-e‑p-IÄ ]-d-b‑p-t‑¼‑mÄ ]‑q-¯‑n-c‑n-I-f‑p-s‑S A-I-¼-S‑n-t‑b‑ms‑S Z‑r-i‑y-§-f‑n s‑X-f‑n-b‑p-¶ l‑mÀ-_À {‑_‑n-U‑v-P‑v, I-{‑_-a‑mä-b‑n-s‑e s‑s‑N-\‑o-k‑v s‑X-c‑p-h‑v, a-g-¸-I-e‑n s‑X-c‑p-t‑h‑m-c-s‑¯ `-£-W-i‑m-e-b‑n \‑n-¶‑p‑w s‑]‑mc‑n-¨ a‑o-\‑p‑w s‑s‑h-\‑p‑w t‑NÀ-¶ D-¨-b‑m-l‑m-c‑w, A-g‑n-a‑p-J-¯‑n-e‑q-s‑S k‑n-U‑v-\‑n-b‑p-s‑S \-K-c-¡‑m-g‑v-N-IÄ I-ï‑p-Å t‑_‑m-«‑p-b‑m-{‑X, k‑m-a‑q-l‑y]‑mT-]‑p-k‑v-X-I‑w ]-d-ª‑p X-¶‑n-«‑p-Å i‑m-´-k-a‑p-{‑Z-s‑¯ s‑X‑m-«‑p-Å {‑K‑mâ‑v s‑]-k-^‑n-I‑v s‑s‑{‑U-h‑v, _‑p-²‑m-c‑m[-\‑m-t‑I-{‑µ-a‑m-b ]-t‑K‑m-U‑, h‑n-i‑me-a‑m-b ]‑pÂ-t‑a-S‑p-IÄ s‑X‑m-«‑p-Å k‑n-U‑v-\‑n I‑m³-s‑_-d‑m b‑m-{‑X‑, I‑m-¦c‑p-h‑n-s‑\ s‑X‑m-«-S‑p-¯‑p I‑m-W‑m-\‑p-Å B-t‑h-i-¯‑n t‑K‑mÄ-^‑v ¢-º‑n-s‑â a-X‑n-e‑p-N‑m-«‑w‑, hÀ-®-X-¯-IÄ-¡‑v X‑o-ä s‑I‑m-S‑p-¯‑p-Ã-k‑n-¨ k‑m-b‑m-Ó‑w‑, H-c‑p s‑d-t‑Ì‑m-dâ‑n t‑]‑m-I‑p-¶-{‑X e‑m-L-h-t‑¯‑m-s‑S ]‑mÀ-e-s‑aâ‑v a-µ‑n-c-¯‑n-t‑e-¡‑v I‑m-t‑d‑m-S‑n-¨‑p t‑]‑m-b c‑m-{‑X‑n‑, h‑y-X‑y-k‑v-X c‑p-N‑n t‑a‑m-l‑n-¨‑v {‑_‑q-h-d‑n-b‑n s‑N-¶‑p-I-b-d‑n I-g‑n¨‑n-d-§‑n t‑]‑m-t‑c-ï‑n-h-¶ X-a‑m-i‑, ^‑n-e‑n-¸‑v Z‑z‑o-]‑n-s‑e X-W‑p-¯ I‑m-ä‑v, A-X‑y-]‑qÀ-Æ I‑m-g‑v-N-b‑m-b s‑]³-K‑z‑n\‑p-I-f‑p-s‑S ]-t‑c-U‑v, A-t‑_‑mÀ-P‑n-\‑nI-f‑p-s‑S I-c-h‑n-c‑p-X‑v I-ï-d‑n-b‑m³ I-g‑n-ª a‑y‑q-k‑n-b‑w k-µÀ-i-\‑w‑, ]‑n-¡‑m-t‑k‑m-b‑p-s‑S H-c‑p HdnP‑n-\ hÀ-¡‑v I‑m-W‑m³ I‑n-«‑n-b A-]‑qÀ-Æ `‑m-K‑y‑w‑, A-X‑n-{‑]‑m-N‑o-\-a‑m-b s‑s‑Ph-t‑e‑m-I-¯‑n-s‑â h‑o-s‑ï-S‑p-¸‑m-b Z‑n-t‑\‑m-k-d‑n-s‑â A-Ø‑n-]-©-c‑w‑, h-e‑p-¸‑w s‑I‑m-ï‑p‑w ]‑p-k‑v-X-I-¡‑q«-§Ä s‑I‑m-ï‑p‑w s‑I‑m-X‑n-¸‑n-¨‑p I-f-ª s‑aÂ-_¬ k‑n-ä‑n s‑s‑e-{‑_d‑n‑, c-ï‑m‑w t‑e‑m-I-a-l‑m-b‑p-²-¯‑n-s‑â `‑o-X‑n-b‑p-WÀ-¯‑p-¶ k‑v-a‑m-c-I a-µ‑n-c-§Ä‑, H-c‑p \‑q-ä‑m-ï‑p-I‑m-e‑w ]‑n-¶‑n-t‑e-¡‑p I‑q-«‑n-s‑¡‑m-ï‑p-t‑]‑m-b ]-^‑n‑w-K‑v s‑_-Ã‑n-b‑n-s‑e ]‑p-I-b‑q-X‑nt‑¸‑m-I‑p-¶ X‑o-h-ï‑n-b‑m-{‑X‑, a‑u-ï‑v I‑q-¯-b‑n \‑n-¶‑p-Å h‑n-i‑m-e-a‑m-b {‑_‑n-k‑v-s‑_-b‑v³ Z‑r-i‑y‑w. I-®‑n \‑n-¶‑p‑w a-\-k‑n \‑n-¶‑p‑w a-S-§‑nt‑¸‑m-I‑m-s‑X \‑nÂ-¡‑p-¶ I‑m-g‑v-N-If‑p-s‑S-b‑p‑w A-\‑p-`-h-§-f‑p-s‑S-b‑p‑w H-c‑p t‑i-J-c-a‑p-ï‑m-¡‑p-h‑m³ C‑u b‑m-{‑X-b‑v-¡‑v I-g‑n-ª‑p. A-X‑n-t‑\-

¡‑m-s‑f‑m-s‑¡ R‑m³ h‑n-e-a-X‑n-¨‑p I‑m-W‑p-¶-X‑v k‑n-U‑v-\‑n I‑m³-s‑_-d‑, s‑aÂ-_¬‑, {‑_‑n-k‑v-s‑s‑_³ F-¶‑o \‑m-e‑p-\-K-c-§-f‑n h-¶‑p-]‑mÀ-¡‑p-¶ k‑m-l‑n-X‑y k‑v-t‑\-l‑n-I-f‑m-b a-e-b‑m-f‑n k‑p-l‑r-¯‑p-¡-s‑f I‑m-W‑m-\‑p‑w A-ht‑c‑m-s‑S‑m-¸‑w G-ä-h‑p‑w K‑u-c-h-a‑m-b‑n k‑m-l‑n-X‑y k‑m-a‑q-l‑n-I c‑m-{‑ã‑o-b h‑n-j-b-§Ä k‑w-k‑m-c‑n-¡‑p-h‑m-\‑p‑w k‑m-[‑n-¨‑p F-¶-X‑m-W‑v. t‑Z-i‑w h‑n-«‑v h-f-s‑c Z‑q-s‑c ]‑mÀ-¡‑p-¶‑p F-¦‑n-e‑p‑w k-a‑m-\-a‑m-b B-i-¦-IÄ ]-¦‑p-h-b‑v¡‑p-¶‑p F-¶-X‑v A-hÀ F-{‑X-t‑¯‑mf‑w k‑q-£‑v-a-a‑m-b‑n I-®‑p X‑p-d-¶‑p ]‑n-S‑n-¨‑v t‑e‑m-I-s‑¯ h‑o-£‑n-¡‑p-¶‑p F-¶-X‑n-s‑â Z‑r-j‑v-S‑m-´-a‑m-W‑v. h‑m-b-\-b‑n \‑n-¶‑v A-I-¶‑p t‑]‑m-I‑p-¶-X‑v, \-a‑p-¡‑n-S-b‑n k-¦‑pN‑n-X N‑n-´-IÄ s‑]-c‑p-I‑p-¶-X‑v, hÀ-¤‑o-b-a‑m-b C-S-§-f‑n-t‑e-¡‑v \‑m‑w N‑p-c‑p-§‑n-t‑¸‑m-I‑p-¶-X‑v, s‑]‑m-X‑p C-S§Ä A-{‑]-X‑y-£-a‑m-h‑p-¶-X‑v H-s‑¡ B-i-¦-t‑b‑m-s‑S I‑m-W‑p-¶ s‑N-d‑p-ka‑q-l-a‑m-W‑v {‑]-X‑n-I‑q-e-a‑m-b I‑m-e‑m-hØ-s‑b-b‑p‑w A-h-K-W‑n-¨‑p-s‑I‑m-ï‑v k‑w-h‑m-Z-¯‑n-\‑m-b‑n h-¶‑p-I‑q-S‑n-b-X‑v. {‑]-X‑o-£-IÄ A-k‑v-X-a‑n-¡‑p-¶‑n-à F-¶-X‑n-s‑â s‑X-f‑n-h‑m-W-X‑v. C-s‑X‑mc‑p \-à X‑p-S-¡-a‑m-b‑n I-c‑p-X‑p-I‑, \‑n-§Ä s‑I‑m-ï‑p \-S-¡‑p-¶ B-i-b§Ä G-ä-h‑p‑w I‑m-e‑n-I-a‑m-W‑v. \‑m-fs‑¯ \-•-b‑v-¡‑p‑w k-a‑m-[‑m-\-¯‑n-\‑p‑w B-h-i‑y-a‑m-W‑v. A-X‑v I‑q-S‑p-X P-\§-f‑n F-¯‑n-¡‑m-\‑p-Å {‑]-hÀ-¯\-§Ä X‑p-S-t‑c-ï-X‑p-ï‑v. I‑q-S‑p-X h‑n-]‑p-e-a‑m-b I‑q-S‑n-t‑¨-c-e‑p-I-f‑p-s‑S k‑m-[‑y-X-IÄ B-c‑m-t‑b-ï-X‑p-ï‑v. a-ä‑v ]-e C-S-§-f‑p-a‑m-b‑p‑w X‑m-c-X-a‑y‑w s‑N-b‑v-X‑p t‑\‑m-¡‑p-t‑¼‑mÄ ]‑p-X‑n-b I‑p-S‑n-t‑b-ä-`‑q-a‑n-I-b‑m-W‑v B-k‑v-t‑{‑Se‑n-b. A-h‑n-s‑S B-t‑c‑m-K‑y-a‑p-Å k‑w-t‑h-Z-\-£-a-a‑m-b s‑]‑m-X‑p-t‑_‑m[-a‑p-Å H-c‑p a-e-b‑m-f‑n k-a‑q-l-s‑¯ h‑mÀ-s‑¯-S‑p-¡‑m-\‑p-Å N‑p-a-X-e C‑u \-K-c-§-f‑n-s‑e k‑m‑w-k‑v-I‑m-c‑n-I k-a-X‑n-IÄ-¡‑p-ï‑v. A-X‑n-\‑v I-g‑n-b-s‑« F-¶‑v R‑m³ B-i‑w-k‑n-¡‑p-¶‑p. F-s‑¶ C‑u b‑m-{‑X-b‑v-¡‑v X‑n-c-s‑ªS‑p-¯ F-Ã‑m k‑p-l‑r-¯‑p-¡-s‑f-b‑p‑w k‑v-t‑\-l‑w X-¶‑p‑w k‑u-l‑r-Z‑w X-¶‑p‑w I‑n-S-¸‑p-a‑p-d‑n-IÄ X-¶‑p‑w B-l‑m-c‑w X-¶‑p‑w k‑w-h‑m-Z-k-Ô‑y-IÄ X-¶‑p‑w I‑q-«‑p-b‑m-{‑X-IÄ X-¶‑p‑w A-\‑p-{‑Kl‑n-¨ F-Ã‑m k‑p-a-\-k‑p-I-s‑f-b‑p‑w l‑r-Z-b-¯‑n k‑q-£‑n-¡‑p-¶‑p. A-£-c-§-f‑n-e‑p‑w k‑w-h‑m-Z-§-f‑n-e‑p‑w \-a‑p-¡‑v h‑o-ï‑p‑w I-ï‑p-a‑p-«‑m‑w.


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K. Raman

THE BENYAMIN I came to

know During his speech at the Sydney Sahitya Vedi ( a literary forum) event, he recalled that he was always fond of reading, but took to it in a serious vein from 1992. He became such a voracious reader that in one particular year he read 140 books

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efore I met him in person, and heard him talk, I did not know much about Benyamin, (Benny Daniel) the famous Malayalam story teller. He is a native of Pandalam, an interior plantation land close to 100km from the capital city, Thiruvananthapuram. His family had been living there for four decades. This place which is of historic importance due to its proximity to Sabarimala Shasta, is also dotted with many white painted churches. Pandalam is the main passage way for Sabari Hills pilgrims to head through, a tranquil place with the signature flora of salubrious Kerala decorating the place. Benyamin’s father Daniel used to be a hard working taxi driver and his mother Ammini is a house wife. Young Benny studied Engineering and off he went to Bahrain, with an Engineering Diploma, and after working for a fruitful period of 1992-2013, retired as the Project Manager of his company. He has now come back to his own native patch where he is currently living the life of a writer with resounding success. During his speech at the Sydney Sahitya Vedi ( a literary forum) event, he recalled that he was always fond of reading, but took to it in a serious vein from 1992. He became such a voracious reader that in one particular year he read 140 books; on an average, one book in every two and half days. He admits that before 1992 , he read only the Holy Bible. His dedication to reading books resulted in making him into a writer of class, with 17 top ranking hot sellers churned out by him in record time. But every time you mention Benyamin, his much celebrated classy work “Aadu Jeevitham”, A Kerala Sahithya Academy prize winner in 2009 comes to the fore front of our mind. . This book is a hot seller and so far it has been translated into seven languages. The irony is that the story in this novel deals with the hollowing alienation, isolation, loneliness, despair and dejection of a poor Malayalee Najeeb and the trials and tribulations he goes through, in the barren, sultry and unfriendly Saudi desert. Obviously this book also translated and published in Arabic, is totally banned in UAE and Saudi Arabia. Aadu Jeevitham was such a resounding success that it has so far gone into

100th print run, and may go to further printing glory as well. Benyamin cornered more success and glory in his novel “Manja veyil maranangal”, a 40,000 copies hot seller. Its English translation is also in the book stands with the title “Yellow lights of death”, a Penguin Randon House publication.Benyamin writes in simple Malayalam, easy to read and understand style, and deals with an assortment of memoirs, and short stories, mostly real life happenings seen and experienced by him. His works have shadowing themes of Christianity and the land of Middle East where he spent over 2 decades. Benyamin justifies” I deal on these two over powering themes, because I have spent my life in close association with Christianity and Middle East culture”. He describes his ‘modus operandi’ of writing as “if you cannot hook your readers in the initial first five pages, they will vanish fast “For example ‘Yellow Lights of death’ he succeeds in this plan because it a captivating murder mystery. Another technique he successfully incorporates is his tactful blending of fiction and history in his stories. The tranquil and quite living situation helps him to churn out classy works. His wife Asha works in Bahrain as a nurse, and his two sons are boarding scholars at a nearby school. His father lives with him and together they do all chores of maintaining their house. He spends considerable time to get the plot of a story right. For example he is still plotting a story on the theme of ‘Liberation theology of Kerala; he asks “why has Christianity and Communism like what happened in Latin American countries”. We can expect some such topics dealt in story form in years to come. It is all not smooth sailing for Benyamin in the tigers’ den of Malayalam literary establishments of Kerala. He has a nonchalance attitude to their views on his works, and he has become quite adept to take it with a pinch of salt. I loved all the more his speaking ability in fluent smooth flowing Malayalam. I wish to thank the “Sydney Sahithya Vedi” for bringing Benyamin over here.


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t‑_‑m-[‑y-a‑p-s‑ï-¦‑n-e‑p‑w H-c‑p k‑z-b‑w c-£‑m -a‑p³-I-c‑p-X- F-¶ \‑n-e-b‑n-s‑e-¦‑n-e‑p‑w F-s‑´-¦‑n-e‑p‑w A-`‑y‑m-k‑w ]T‑n-¡‑p-¶X‑m-W‑v \-Ã-s‑X-¶‑v a-\-Ê‑n I-c‑p-X‑n. I-c‑m-s‑« X-{‑´-§Ä k‑z‑m-b-¯-a‑m-I‑p-¶X‑m-W‑p-N‑n-X-s‑a-¶‑v A-´‑x-c‑w-K‑w -a-{‑´‑n-¨‑p. ]-s‑ï‑m-c‑n-¡Â t‑I‑m-f-P‑v h‑n-Z‑y‑m-`‑y‑mk-I‑m-e-¯‑v {‑_‑q-k‑v-e‑n k‑n-\‑n-a-I-f‑p-s‑S B-c‑m-[-I-\‑m-b‑n-c‑p-¶ X‑m³ I-c‑m-t‑« ¢‑m-k‑n t‑NÀ-¶‑p. c-ï‑v a‑m-k-¯‑n-\‑v t‑ij‑w F-X‑n-c‑m-f‑n-I-f‑p-a‑m-b‑p-Å A-S‑n-X-S‑p-¡e‑p-IÄ-¡‑n-S-b‑n I‑q-«‑p-I‑m-c‑n H-c‑p-h-s‑â i-à-a‑m-b A-S‑n-b‑n \‑n-¶‑v t‑]-S‑n-¨‑v t‑]-S‑n-

¨‑v H-g‑n-ª‑p-a‑m-d‑n-b-X‑p-s‑a-Ã‑m‑w H-c‑n-¡Â-I‑qS‑n HmÀ½h-¶‑p. Hcn¡Â I‑q-s‑S I-c‑m-s‑« ]T‑n-¡‑p-¶ H-c‑p-h-s‑â I-¿‑v A-S‑n X-S‑p-¡-e‑pIÄ-¡‑n-S-b‑n F-Ã‑v s‑]‑m-«‑n _‑m³-t‑U-P‑v C-«‑v \-S-¡‑p-¶-X‑v I-ï-Xn ]‑n-s‑¶ I-c‑m-t‑« ¢‑m-Ê‑n-s‑â G-g-b-e-¯‑p-t‑]‑m-e‑p‑w t‑]‑m-b‑n-«‑n-Ã. k‑z-b-a‑m-b‑n A-`‑y-k‑n-¨‑n-s‑æ‑n-e‑p‑w F-Ã‑v s‑]‑m-«‑n H-S‑n-ª‑p X‑q-§‑n-b I-¿‑p‑w X‑q-¡‑n \-S-¡‑m³ X-s‑¶ I‑n-«‑n-à F-¶‑p a-\-Ê‑n-e‑p-d-¸‑n-¨‑p. I-¿‑n-e‑n-c‑n-¸‑ps‑I‑m-ï‑p‑ B-s‑c-¦‑n-e‑p‑w X-Ã‑n-s‑b‑m-S‑n-¨‑m ]‑n-s‑¶-b‑p‑w H-c‑p a-\-Ê-a‑m-[‑m-\-a‑p-ï‑v. ‑'I-¿‑n-e‑n-c‑n-¡‑p-¶ I‑m-i‑v s‑I‑m-S‑p-¯‑v I-S‑n-¡‑p-¶ ]-«‑n-s‑b- t‑a-S‑n-¨‑v' F-¶‑p ]-d-ª-a‑m-X‑n-c‑n H-S‑p-¡-s‑¯ ^‑o-k‑p‑w s‑I‑mS‑p-¯‑v h-Ã-h-s‑â X-Ã‑p‑w-s‑I‑m-ï‑v- I-¿‑p‑w H-S‑n-ª‑p X‑q-§‑n‑, ]-c‑o-£-b‑n-e‑p‑w t‑X‑m-ä‑p‑, \‑m-«‑p-I‑m-c‑p-s‑S-b‑p‑w‑, h‑o-«‑p-I‑m-c‑p-s‑S-b‑p‑w‑, I‑q-«‑p-I‑m-c‑p-s‑S-b‑p‑w a‑p-¼‑n a‑m-\‑w t‑]‑mI‑p-¶-X‑n-t‑\-¡‑m-f‑p‑w \-Ã-X‑v XÂ-¡‑m-e‑w ‑'{‑_‑q-k‑v-e‑n‑' B-I-ï F-¶‑p X-s‑¶ I-c‑p-X‑n I-c‑m-t‑« A-`‑y‑m-k‑w a-\-Ê‑n \‑n-¶‑v ]-ï‑p-X-s‑¶ B-«‑n-¸‑m-b‑n-¨-X‑m-W‑v. G-X‑m-b‑m-e‑p‑w h‑n-t‑Z-i c‑m-P‑y-¯‑v h-¶‑n«‑v Ø‑n-X‑n-K-X‑n-IÄ C-§-s‑\ h-j-f‑m-I‑p‑wF-¶‑v k‑z-]‑v-\-¯‑nÂ-t‑]-e‑p‑w {‑]-X‑o-£‑n-¨X-Ã. \‑m-«‑n-e‑m-s‑W-¦‑n G-X-h-s‑\-b‑p‑w F-´‑p‑w s‑N-b‑v-X‑n-«‑v \-S‑p-h‑p‑w \‑n-hÀ-¯‑n \-S-¡‑m-a‑m-b‑n-c‑p-¶‑p. I-¿‑n ]-¯‑p I‑m-i‑v a-X‑n-b‑m-b‑n-c‑p-¶‑p. t‑I‑m-S-X‑n-b‑p‑w‑,- P-U‑v-P‑n-t‑bb‑p‑w‑, h-¡‑o-e‑n-s‑\-b‑p‑w‑, s‑]‑m-e‑o-k‑n-s‑\-b‑p‑w c‑m-j‑v-{‑S‑o-b-¡‑m-c-s‑\-b‑p‑w- F-Ã‑m‑w X-s‑â ]-W-s‑a-d‑n-ª‑p h-e-b‑n-e‑m-¡‑n-\‑n-b-a‑w X-s‑â h-c‑p-X‑n-b‑n s‑I‑m-ï‑p-h-c‑m-a‑m-b‑n-c‑p¶‑p. C-h‑n-S‑p-s‑¯ s‑]‑m-e‑o-k‑n-s‑â A-h-Ø F-{‑X Z-b-\‑o-b-a‑m-W‑v. I-Å-s‑â-b‑p‑w‑,-I-©‑mh‑v I-¨-h-S-¡‑m-c-s‑â-b‑p‑w h‑m-b‑n-e‑n-c‑n-¡‑p-¶ h‑f‑n-¨-X‑p‑w ]‑p-f‑n-¨-X‑p-a‑m-b ‑']‑m-e-`‑n-t‑jI‑w‑' -B-t‑h‑m-f‑w B-k‑z-Z‑n-¡-W-s‑a-¶‑p a‑m-{‑X-a-à \‑o-«‑n-]‑n-S‑n-¨‑p-Å I-S-e‑m-k‑v ]-W‑n-b‑p‑w t‑I‑m-S-X‑n-b‑n \‑n-¶‑v k‑q-«‑p‑w t‑I‑m-«‑p-a‑n-«‑v s‑\-©‑p-h‑n-c‑n-¨‑v s‑R-f‑n-ª‑v \-S-¶‑p-t‑]‑m-I‑p-¶- A-{‑I-a‑n-s‑b t‑\‑m-¡‑n X-e-I‑p-\‑n-¨‑v \‑nÂ-¡‑p-I-b‑p-‑w- t‑h-W‑w. ]‑m-¸-¨³ C-\‑n H-c‑p A-¦-¯‑n-\‑v X-\‑n-¡‑v _‑m-e‑y-a‑p-t‑ï‑m F-¶‑v ]-e-I‑p-d‑n B-t‑e‑m-N‑n-¨‑p-I‑n-S-¶‑p. k‑m-b‑n-¸‑n-s‑â \‑m-S-s‑Ã.. F-Ã‑m-¯‑n-\‑p‑w H-c‑p a‑p³-I-c‑p-X I‑m-W‑m-X‑n-c‑n-¡‑n-Ã. \-½‑p-s‑S \‑m-«‑n-s‑e-a‑m-X‑nc‑n- N‑p-½‑m-s‑X I-¿‑p‑w I‑m-e‑p‑w N-h‑n-«‑n-s‑]‑m-«‑n¡‑p-h‑m-\‑p-Å k‑m-[‑y-X I‑p-d-h‑m-W‑v F-¶-X‑v a-\-Ê‑n-s‑â t‑I‑m-W‑n-s‑e-h‑n-s‑S-t‑b‑m -H-c‑p s‑Nd‑n-b a-\-‑x-Ê-a‑m-[‑m-\‑w \Â-I‑n. ]-ï‑v X‑m³ I‑p-X‑n-c k-h‑m-c‑n \-S-¯‑n-b-t‑¸‑mÄ D-ï‑m-b k‑p-c-£‑m a‑p³-I-c‑p-X-e‑p-IÄ D-t‑•-jh‑p‑w s‑s‑[-c‑y-h‑p‑w {‑]-Z‑m-\‑w s‑N-b‑v-X‑p. X-s‑â a‑p-¶‑n A-I-s‑¸-S‑p-¶ I-Å-s‑\ s‑]‑m-¡‑n-s‑b-S‑p-¯‑p a-eÀ-¯‑n-b-S‑n-¡‑p-¶X‑p‑w I‑u¬-k‑n-e‑n-s‑e t‑a-b-À X-\‑n-¡‑v {‑]-t‑X‑y-I [‑o-c-X-b‑v-¡‑p-Å A-h‑mÀ-U‑v k-½‑m-\‑n-¡‑p-¶-X‑p-s‑a-Ã‑m‑w k‑z-]‑v-\‑w I-ï‑v I‑n-S-¶‑v t‑\-c‑w s‑h-f‑p-¯-X-d‑n-ª‑n-Ã. \‑o-«‑n-


b-S‑n-¡‑p-¶ A-e‑m-d-¯‑n-s‑â s‑s‑k-d¬ t‑I-«‑v s‑R-«‑n-]‑n-S-s‑ª-W‑o-ä-t‑¸‑m-t‑g-¡‑p‑w a-IÄ A-S‑p-¡-f-b‑n-s‑e-¯‑n N‑m-b-¡‑p-Å X-¿‑m-s‑d-S‑p-¸‑p-IÄ X‑p-S-§‑n I-g‑n-ª‑n-c‑p¶‑p. a‑p-¼‑n I‑n-«‑n-b N‑p-S‑p-N‑m-b D‑u-X‑n B-d‑n-¨‑v I‑p-S‑n¨‑p-s‑I‑m-ï‑n-c‑n-¡‑p-t‑¼‑m-g‑m-W‑v a-d‑n-b‑m-½-b‑p-s‑S h-c-h‑v. h¶v t‑I-d‑n-b]m-s‑S ]‑m-¸-¨³ H-c‑p s‑N-d‑n-b- a-µ-l‑mk-t‑¯‑m-s‑S a-d‑n-b‑m-½-t‑b‑m-S‑v t‑N‑m-Z‑n-¨‑p‑, F-§-s‑\-b‑p-ï‑m-b‑n-c‑p-¶‑p Shift‑? C-X-Ã‑m-s‑X t‑h-s‑d‑m-¶‑p‑w ]‑p-eÀ-I‑m-s‑e D-d-¡-¨-S-t‑h‑m-s‑S h-¶‑p I-b-d‑n-b X-t‑¶‑mS‑v t‑N‑m-Z‑n-¡‑p-h‑m-\‑n-t‑à F-¶ -a-«‑n a-d‑n-b‑m-½- X-e s‑h-«‑n-s‑¨‑m-¶‑p t‑\‑m-¡‑n. ]‑m-¸-¨³ ]-X‑v-\‑o-h-Z-\‑w ]-X‑n-h‑n-t‑e-s‑d K‑u-c-h-¯‑n-e‑m-W-t‑Ã‑m G-X‑m-b‑m-e‑p‑w c-ï‑m-a-s‑¯ t‑N‑m-Z‑y-¯‑n-s‑\-¦‑n-e‑p‑w D-¯-c‑w I‑n-«‑p-a-s‑Ã‑m F-¶ {‑]-X‑y‑m-i-t‑b‑ms‑S t‑N‑m-Z‑n-¨‑p ‑']‑p-d-¯‑v X-W‑p-¸‑p-ï-s‑Ã?‑' a-d‑n-b‑m-½- F-s‑¶-s‑I‑m-s‑ï‑m-¶‑p‑w ]-d-b‑n-¸‑n-¡-ï F-¶ a-«‑n H-¶‑n-c‑p¯‑n a‑q-f‑n-b t‑i-j‑w ]-d-ª‑p Electric blanket\‑v a‑p-I-f‑n U‑y‑q-W-b‑v-¡‑p-Å‑n X-e-b‑p‑w-]‑q-g‑v-¯‑n D-d-§‑p-¶-hÀ-¡-d‑n-b‑m³ ]-ä-¯‑n-à ]‑p-d-s‑¯ X-W‑p-¸‑v. ]‑m-¸-¨³ ]‑p-eÀ-I‑m-s‑e s‑I‑m-¨‑p-hÀ-¯-a‑m-\-¯‑n-\‑v X‑n-c‑n-b‑n-«- X-s‑â {‑i-a-s‑a-Ã‑m‑w h‑r-Y‑mh‑n-e‑m-b-t‑Ã‑m- F-¶ h‑y-k-\-t‑¯‑m-s‑S a‑u-\‑w h‑n-Z‑z‑m-\‑v `‑q-j-W‑w F-¶‑p-I-c‑p-X‑n h‑m-b-]‑q-«‑n `‑n-¯‑n-b‑n X‑q-¡‑n-b‑n-c‑n-¡‑p-¶ a-I-f‑p-s‑S t‑^‑m-t‑«‑m-b‑n-s‑e \‑n-j‑v-I-f-¦-a‑m-b a‑p-J-t‑¯-¡‑v I-®‑p-IÄ ]‑m-b‑n-¨‑p. H‑m-^‑o-k‑n-t‑e-¡‑v ]‑p-d-s‑¸-S‑p-¶-X‑n-\‑v a‑p-¼‑m-b‑n ]‑m-¸-¨³ H-c‑p Saftey kit s‑â e‑n-Ì‑v X-¿‑m-d‑m-¡‑n X-s‑â-b‑p‑w I‑p-S‑p‑w_-¯‑n-s‑â-b‑p‑w k‑p-c-£ D-d-¸‑m-¡‑m‑w F-¶‑p-d-¸‑n-¨‑p. B-Z‑y-a‑m-b‑n X-s‑â e‑n-Ì‑n a‑p-f-I‑v-s‑]‑m-S‑n F-s‑¶-g‑p-X‑n t‑NÀ-¯-t‑¸‑mg‑m-W‑v N‑p-h-¶ a‑p-f-I‑v-s‑]‑m-S‑n t‑h-t‑W‑m‑, A-t‑X‑m I‑p-c‑p-a‑p-f-I‑v-s‑]‑m-S‑n t‑h-t‑W‑m F-¶‑ H-c‑m-i-¦. G-X‑m-b‑m-e‑p‑w c-ï‑p‑w H‑mt‑c‑m packet C-c‑n-¡-s‑« F-¶‑v I-c‑p-X‑n a‑pf-I‑v-s‑]‑m-S‑n packet t‑a-i-]‑p-d-s‑¯-S‑p-¯‑ps‑h-¨‑p. c-ï‑m-a-X‑m-b‑n e‑n-Ì‑n F-g‑p-X‑n..

N‑p-ä‑n-I. F-s‑´-¦‑n-e‑p‑w I‑m-c-W-h-i‑m c‑w-K‑w h-j-f‑m-h‑p-I-b‑p‑w I‑m-c‑y-§Ä X-s‑â I‑m-b‑n-I _-e-¯‑n \‑nÂ-¡‑p-¶‑n-à F-¶‑p I-ï‑m H-c‑p ‑'d‑n-¸À t‑a‑m-UÂ‑' B-{‑I-a-W‑w \-S-¯‑n-s‑b-¦‑n-e‑p‑w X-S‑n-X-¸W‑w F-¶‑p I-c‑p-X‑n. N‑p-ä‑n-I \-Ã-X‑m-W‑v F-¦‑n-e‑p‑w s‑]-s‑«-s‑¶‑m-c‑p A-]-I-S‑w a‑n-¶‑n-a-d-ª‑p. I-j‑v-S-I‑m-e-¯‑n-\‑v A-{‑Ia‑n-b‑p-s‑S s‑s‑I-¿‑n-s‑e-§-m\‑p‑w N‑p-ä‑n-I I‑n-«‑n-b‑m A-h³ X-s‑â X-e- N‑p-ä‑n-I-s‑h¨‑v X-Ã‑n-s‑]‑m-f‑n-¡‑p-¶ c‑w-K‑w H‑mÀ-¯-X‑p‑w N‑p-ä‑n-I-b‑p-s‑S a‑p-I-f‑n-e‑q-s‑S I‑p-d‑p-s‑I-b‑p‑w s‑\-S‑p-s‑I-b‑p‑w s‑h-«‑n H-¶‑p Z‑oÀ-L-i‑z‑m-k‑w h‑n-«‑p. a‑q-¶‑m-a-X‑m-b‑n H-c‑p monkey cap. C-h‑n-S‑p-s‑¯ A-{‑I-a‑n-I-s‑f-Ã‑m‑w a‑p-J‑w-a-d-¨‑v t‑a‑m-j‑v-S‑n-¡‑p-¶-X‑n-\‑m-e‑m-W‑v s‑]‑m-e‑o-k‑ns‑â I-¿‑n s‑]-S‑m-¯-X‑v. X-s‑â a‑p-J‑w H-c‑p I‑m-c-W-h-i‑m-e‑p‑w A-{‑I-a‑n-IÄ I‑m-W-c‑p-s‑X-¶‑v ]‑m-¸-¨-\‑v \‑nÀ-_Ô-a‑p-ï‑v. G-s‑X-¦‑n-e‑p‑w h‑n-[-¯‑n A-{‑I-a‑n-IÄ X-s‑â a‑p-J‑w I‑m-W‑p-I-b‑p‑w {‑]-X‑n-I‑m-c-Z‑m-l-h‑p-a‑m-b‑n A-{‑I-a‑n-k‑w-L‑w {‑I‑q-c-a‑m-b‑n aÀ-±‑n-¡‑p-b‑p‑w s‑N-¿‑p-¶ c‑w-K§Ä H‑mÀ-½-b‑n-t‑e-¡‑v I-S-¶‑p-h-¶-t‑¸‑mÄ A-d‑n-b‑m-s‑X a‑q-{‑X-i-¦ A-\‑p-`-h-s‑¸-«‑p. N‑n-e k‑n-\‑n-a-I-f‑n h‑n-Ã-•‑mÀ \‑m-b-I-s‑\b‑p‑w‑, I‑p-S‑p‑w-_-s‑¯-b‑p‑w \‑n-j‑vT‑q-c-a‑m-b‑n t‑h-«-b‑m-S‑p-¶-X‑n-s‑â c‑w-K-§Ä ]‑m-¸-¨-s‑â a-\-Ê‑n-e‑q-s‑S H-c‑p a‑p-¶-d‑n-b‑n-¸‑p-a‑n-Ã‑m-s‑X I-S-¶‑p-h-¶‑p. G-s‑d X‑m-a-k‑n-b‑m-s‑XX-s‑¶ ]‑m-¸-¨³ X-W‑p-¸-¯‑n-c‑p-¶‑v h‑n-d-b‑v-¡‑m³- X‑p-S-§‑n. h‑n-fÀ-¯‑v h‑n-d-¨‑v t‑]-\-b‑p‑w ]‑n-S‑n-¨‑n-c‑n-¡‑p-¶ ]‑m-¸-¨-s‑\t‑\‑m-¡‑n a-d‑n-b‑m-½ t‑N‑m-Z‑n-¨‑p ‑'\‑n-§Ä c‑m-{‑X‑n-b‑n h-Ã-X‑p‑w I-ï‑p t‑]-S‑n-t‑¨‑m?‑' I‑q-S‑p-X h‑n-i-Z‑o-Icn¨v night duty b‑p‑w I-g‑n-ª‑p-h-¶ a-d‑n-b‑m-½-b‑p-s‑S D-d-¡‑wI‑q-S‑n X‑m-\‑m-b‑n-«v‑ \-j‑v-S-s‑¸-S‑p-t‑¯-ï F-¶‑p I-c‑p-X‑n K‑m-t‑c-P‑n-\‑p-Å‑n-t‑e-¡‑v I-S-¶ ]‑m-¸-¨³ s‑R-«‑n-t‑¸‑m-b‑n. K‑m-t‑c-P‑n- I‑mÀ I‑m-×‑m-\‑n-Ã!.

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]‑mNI‑w s‑N¿‑p¶ h‑n[‑w H-c‑p ]‑m-{‑X-¯‑n k‑v-]-K-«‑n t‑h-h‑n-¡‑m-\‑m-h-i‑y-a‑m-b s‑h-Åh‑p‑w A-X‑n AÂ-¸‑w D-¸‑p‑w H-e‑o-h‑v H‑m-b‑n-e‑p‑w t‑NÀ-¯‑v t‑hh‑n-s‑¨-S‑p-¡‑p-I. H-c‑p ]‑m-\‑n H-e‑o-h‑v H‑m-b‑n H-g‑n-¨‑v N‑q-S‑m-b‑n h-c‑p-t‑¼‑mÄ s‑h-f‑p-¯‑p-Å‑n k-h‑m-f F-¶‑n-h t‑NÀ-¯‑v \-¶‑mb‑n h-g-¶‑p h-c‑p-t‑¼‑mÄ t‑_-¡¬ t‑NÀ-¯‑v \-¶‑m-b‑n h-g-ä‑pI. C-X‑n-t‑e-¡‑v X‑n-¡³-U‑v {‑I‑o‑w t‑NÀ-¯‑v X‑n-f-¸‑n-¡‑p-Ibpw -s‑N-d‑p-X‑m-b‑n X‑n-f-¨-X‑n-\‑p t‑i-j‑w X‑o H‑m-^‑v s‑N-b‑v-X‑v a‑p-«-b‑ps‑S a-ª t‑NÀ-¡‑p-I. C-X‑n-t‑e-¡‑v t‑h-h‑n-¨‑p -s‑h-¨ k‑v-]-K-«‑nb‑p‑w N‑o-k‑p‑w t‑NÀ-¯‑v \-¶‑m-b‑n a‑n-I‑v-k‑v s‑N-b‑v-X‑v ]mÀ-k‑n-e‑nb‑p‑w t‑NÀ-¯‑n-f-¡‑n N‑q-t‑S‑m-s‑S D-]-t‑b‑m-K‑n-¡‑m‑w.

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