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PANDULIPI - 2008-09

President Dr. Jyotirmoy Jhampati

Vice President Dr. Goutam Kumar Panda

Editor Debarshi Ghosh


Souvik Rang

Joint Secretary Disari De


Amit Kumar

Cashier & Co-ordinator Prabhat Kumar

Cashier Moumita Dutta

Members (3rd Year) Prakash Kumar Singh


Santanab Majumder
Rajdeep Banerjee
Malini Ghosal
Mousumi Mondal
(2nd Year) Avijit Chowdhuri
Sumanta Das
Krishnendu Sarkar
(1st Year) Arnab Sarkar
Sayanho Roy
Subhajit Das
Payel Bandyopadhyay
Sreemoyee Mukherjee
Satarupa Mukherjee

Special contribution Bidesh Kumar Sarkar


Govind Kumar Jha
Abhishek Mitra
Ashim Malgope
Contents
Page
CAMPBUZZ 1-4

ç°yO!° Úç°%Û Ó˚ à#ï˛yO!° 5 - 28

The Pen Fight S!Óï˛Ü≈˛V 29 - 35


ÓyÇ°y Óƒyu˛ñ ÓyÇ°y àyˆÏöÓ˚ û˛!Ó£Ïƒï˛ S˛õˆÏ«˛ V §%ühsˇ òy§ 31
x!û˛!çÍ ˆã˛Ôô%Ó˚#
ÓyÇ°y Óƒyu˛ñ ÓyÇ°y àyˆÏöÓ˚ û˛!Ó£Ïƒï˛ S!Ó˛õˆÏ«˛V ˆày˛õy üy•z!ï˛ 32
BAND SONGS: THE FACE OF BENGALI MUSIC?
(Against) Arnab Sarkar 33 - 34

BAND SONGS: THE FACE OF BENGALI MUSIC?


(For) Santonab Majumder 35
Malini Ghosal

Awarded articles of ‘VIRTUOSO’ 36 - 37


Awarded Articles of ‘JECLAT’09 42 - 50

ALUMNI SECTION 51 - 62

“ONCE UPON A TIME”.. ~ˆÏ§y à“ Ó!°... 63 - 100

A Few Thoughts In Blak & White 101 -121


THE WAY TO GENESIS Ashim Malgope 103
INDIA CONQUERES THE MOON Payel Bandyopadhyay 105
Mathematics: Lost in the INCOMPLETENESS!! Santanab Majumdar 107
IGBT: MAKING INDIA FASTER Aranb Sarkar 111
Real"ET" Shows Rajdeep Banerjee 113
§y¡Àòy!Î˚ܲï˛yñ çyï˛˛õyï˛ xyÓ˚ xyüÓ˚y }ç% §yühsˇ 118
If US Fails Affects Other too. Govind Kr. Jha 120
Some words yet to be Uttered 122 -132
A SOLITARY WALK Moumita Dutta 123
IN THE LONG RUN Rinzila Sherpa 125
INTERNET MANIA Prabhat Kumar 127
SECRET OF SUCCESS Arnab Sarkar 128
COWNOMICS Abhishek Mitra 129
EFEX P˘ŒºU ıFUäFW “⁄FF∂F Ç]ŤFFfi 130
xyüyÓ˚ ˆ§yöyÓ˚ ÓyÇ°y. ï˛yÓ˚ ≤ÃÜ,˛!ï˛ ÷û˛!çÍ òy§ 131
MEN WHO MATTER 133 -161

ܲ!üܲ§‰ §¡Àyê˛ üu˛° 162-164

ˆ¢ˆÏ£ÏÓ˚ ˛õyï˛y 165-169


ˆ¢Ô!û˛Ü˛ Ó˚Ç 165
!ò¢yÓ˚# ˆò 166
Payel Bandyopadhyay 167
x!û˛!çÍ ˆã˛Ôô%Ó˚# 167
ˆüÔ§%ü# üu˛° 167
§%ühsˇ òy§ 167
Govind Kumar Jha 168
Moumita Dutta 168
Ü,˛ˆÏ£è®% §Ó˚ܲyÓ˚ 168
Prabhat Kumar 168
Arnab Sarkar 168
Malini Ghosal 169
ˆòÓ!£Ï≈ ˆây£ 169

Cover design for ‘NIRJAS’ by : Tuhin Narayan Bose


(3rd year, EE)

Printed by : Graphic Offset


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FROM
THE DESK OF
PRINCIPAL

“Different people believe in different ideas of life.


As a result, they look at education differently.
There is, therefore, no universal definition of
education. But one thing every one should have to
remember as a vital executive of the universe, they
are bound to contribute something to justify their
superiority. Every human being is a treasure of
enormous potential. Through education we are to
ignite it. But in recent times, we often experience a
paradigm shift in the basic approach to education.
We are making an allout endeavour to restore this
basic approach in the institute through different
developments and community services. Let us
hope and expect that our students will utilize this
website as one of the platforms for cultivating at
least those areas of basic education.”

— Dr. Jyotirmoy Jhampati


MESSAGE FROM
TABISH KHAIR

I had a feeling of coming home when I reached Jalpaiguri on the invitation of


Professor Ranjan Ghosh and Dr. Sumana Roy. It was in a very different part of India
than that one I grew up in. And yet, there was a kind of family resemblance. I grew up
in Gaya in Bihar: Jalpaiguri is smiliar, a small town and a district headquarter, so to
say, provincial in a way, and yet with interesting historical echoes, a link to the wider
world. The student. I met during my talk and reading at Jalpaiguri Govt. Engg.
College also reminded me of myself. We who grow up and study in place like
Jalpaiguri and Gaya relate to the world in ways that are at times, different from those
of people who grow up in places like Delhi or London. Not better or worse but
different. Above all, I think we carry in ourselves a hunger for the larger world, for the
open realms of knowledge and reading that some privileged readers, having grown
up in cosmopolitan centres, can come to take for granted. If we find our step dogged
by some difficulties, for instance that of access to the latest books, we still have this
hunger to carry us forward. It is this that we have to learn to cultivate. In any situation
the lack is always balanced by a possibility, disadvantage with some possible
advantage. The way ahead in life is to be conscious of both, of disadvantages and
advantages weakness and strength. With that consciousness, you can work to
overcome your weaknesses and develop your strengths. That is what life demands
of us as students and as human beings. Nothing more, and nothing less.

TABISH KHAIR
www.tabishkhair.co.uk

Tabish Khair is a poet, novelist & critic. He is currently professor at the univ. of Aurhus Denmark.
He has won all India poetry prize and various other awards all over the world. His last novel
“Filming” was nominated for the cross word prize 2008. He was here at JGEC as a speaker for
the International Seminar “ENGLISHES”. When Prabhat (3rd yr EE) requested him to write a
message for Annual College Magazine he was busy in London but despite of it he has written a
message for Annual College Magazine.
"SUNRIT"

Riya Nayek
(1st Year, IT)

Riya Nayek
(1st Year, IT)

"ETERNAL RELIANCE"
Sayanho
(1st Year, ME)

Payel Bandyopadhyay
(1st Year, IT)

Payel Banerjee
(1st Year, IT)
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Pandulipi .. ‘08-09’
The Magazine Club
The journey begins ...
As he stood staring out of the windows, the infant rays of the emergant sun lent
a golden spark in the horizon. With the first light of dawn he saw hope... he drew inspi-
ration. He saw dream - a passion engulfed him. He set out on the road to chase his
dream. The passion never receded; the fire raged on and on within him. The thirst was
unquenchable. Having conqured insurmountable peaks he yearned for more... and fi-
nally success embraced for him... yet the journey has just begun.
As the surreal boundaries of the dream world transcend into physical forms, we
can not help but overwhelmed by the magnanimity of this venture. The rhythmic thump-
ing of words and the vibrant hues of pastels lets loose a stream of thoughts that are
tamed only by lines etched on paper, Au the great and miraculous feats of human art
and achievements at which we look with awe praise and wonder are only instances of
the restless forces of enthusiasm, dedication and preservance.
Actually when we were given the opportunity to perform the duty of it, secretary
of the Magazine club, we, at that very instant were in a bit trouble about performing the
though job. That time we followed the policy to encourage the fresheres to join us. We
emphasised on 1st year entry. We tried our best to reach to all of them. we, infact tried
to create a family like environment in the club, where there will be no junior- senior
barrier. We are proud to say that our strength is our enthusiastic members. Now we
can rely on Avijit and Sumanta (both from 2nd yr. EE). becase of their hard work,
creative thinking etc. we must be thankful to our friends Prabhat, Prakash, Santanab,
Rajdeep, Malini, Moumita, Mousumi for their hearty support. Thanks Arnab, Payel, Sayanho
for your dedication. Wish you all the best for your life. Anyone can learn from exerience
- the costly and time consuming process of trial and error. But the better way is to learn
and get benefitted from the experience of others who have travelled our way before .
Yes, thanks to Bidesda, debarshida, Souvikda for showing us the way. This time we
have included many new sections in the magazine such as Alumni section, JOKES,
helpdesk and much more ideas have been implemented.
‘NIRAJA’s - the essence of thoughts is much more than a magazine. It is a
journey through the reverberating echelaus of a much revered institution. It is an effort to
capture creative prowess to envirion the throb of a pulsating campus life. It is the can-
vas portraying the diverse hues of the limitless horizons of imagination - a plunge into
the awe inspiring crevices of technology. It is a glimpse of the sundry moments that left
as in awe. we are indeed ingratiated by the unsisting suport of everyone involved in this
venture and we would be renging our duties if we fail to take cognizance of their integral
role in transforming this NIRJAS dream in reality. Lastly, if this ‘NIRJAS’ can satisfy its
readers, then it will be matter of pride for PANDULIPI 08-09’. Thank you all...

Disari De & Amit Kumar


(Jt. Secretary PANDULIPI 08-09’)
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CAMPUS SURVEY

1. ç°%Ó˚ ˛õ!ï˛ï˛ ≤ÃyhsˇˆÏÓ˚ ˆåÈyê˛ áyê˛ ~ܲê˛y ܲyÓ˚áyöy ÓyöyˆÏFåÈö ÚÓ˚ï˛ö ê˛yê˛yÛ– ˆï˛yüyÓ˚ Reaction
aV !åÈÉ !åÈÉ– ܲƒy¡õy§ê˛y Pollution ~ ˆåȈÏÎ˚ ˆà°– (13%)
bV Pollution Î!ò °yˆÏû˛Ó˚ ~ܲê˛y xÇ¢ xyüyˆÏòÓ˚ ˆòöñ ˆï˛y á%Ó û˛y°– (18%)
cV ÓyÑã˛y ˆà°– xyÓ˚ ã˛yܲ!Ó˚Ó˚ !ã˛hsˇy ˆö•zñ ~ÓyÓ˚ !ö!¢ˆÏhsˇ Üœ˛y§ÓyB˛ ܲ!Ó˚– (18.5%)
dV ã˛°ˆÏÓ öy– ÓyÑôy !òˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ– !ܲv ܲˆÏ°ˆÏç üüï˛yˆÏòÓ˚ ˆÎ Óí˛¸ xû˛yÓ– S50.5%V
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2. ܲƒy¡õyˆÏ§ ˆ≤Ã!üܲ Atmospherere !öˆÏÎ˚ ˆï˛yüyÓ˚ üï˛yüï˛
aV ~ܲ•yÑ!í˛¸ Ó˚ˆÏ§ ò%ˆÏê˛y Ó˚ˆÏ§yˆÏàyÕ‘y – ˆÜ˛ áyˆÏÓ Ó°%ö⁄ (41%)
bV Ä Ó°ˆÏ° xy!ü Ó˚y!ç– After all xyú˛ê˛yÓ˚ x° ܲˆÏ°ˆÏç Time pass ܲÓ˚yÓ˚ çöƒ xyüyÓ˚ ˛õyˆÏ¢Ó˚ Óy!í˛¸Ó˚ Ú•y!§öyÛ ˆï˛y
xyÓ˚ ܲyˆÏç °yàˆÏÓ öy – (20%)
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xyˆÏ§– (21%)
dV öyöy ã˛y•zöyñ öyöy ã˛y•zöyñ ˆÜ˛yö Ó˚Ω˛y |Ó≈£Ï# ... (18%)
ÚÚ Úüy°yüy° weeklyÛÈÙÙ lucky draw ÙÙÙÙÈ ˆÎ !çï˛ˆÏÓ ˆ§ áyˆÏÓ–ÛÛ
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aV ï˛yÓ˚ ܲyˆÏåÈ ~ܲê˛y ã˛yܲ!Ó˚ ã˛y•zˆÏÓ– (37%)
bV ≤ÈÏï˛ƒÜ˛ Sem ~ 9 point ~Ó˚ í˛z˛õÓ˚ ö¡∫Ó˚ ã˛y•zˆÏÓ (19%)
cV !≤Ã!™˛õyˆÏ°Ó˚ chair ê˛y ã˛y•zˆÏÓ (29%)
dV 75% attendance ã˛y•zˆÏÓ ... SˆÏܲyöÄ Üœ˛y§ ܲÓ˚Ó öy !ܲvV (15%)
... ÚÚxy˛õöy fl∫≤¿y üy!ö üy!öÛÛ–
4. ~ï˛Óí˛¸ ܲƒy¡õyˆÏ§ ܲˆÏ°ç Building =ˆÏ°y ˆï˛yüyÓ˚ üˆÏö •Î˚ ...
aV á%Ó §%®Ó˚ ˆüy!•ï˛ •ˆÏÎ˚ Îy•z– (5%)
bV ô%Ó˚ñ áy!° •yï˛ÈÙÙÈ˛õy åÈ!í˛¸ˆÏÎ˚ ӈϧ xyˆÏåÈ– (42%)
cV oasis in a desert, (36%)
dV xyüyÓ˚ fl∫ˆÏ≤¿Ó˚ ܲˆÏ°ç– (17%)
“The lonely octopus”

5. ܲˆÏ°ˆÏçÓ˚ Central Library...


aV Ó•zˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ û˛yu˛yÓ˚– (6%)
bV ˆÜ˛yÌyÎ˚ xÓ!fliï˛ ⁄⁄ (12%)
cV ܲyí≈˛ ˛õy•zñ Ó•z öÎ˚– (29%)
dV °y•zˆÏÓ Ó˚# öy !üí˛z!çÎ˚yü ⁄ ... ˛õ%!hflÏܲy §ÇÓ˚«˛î ˆÜ˛w– (53%)
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6. Hostel ~ Internate ˆÜ˛üöû˛yˆÏÓ ÓƒÓ•yÓ˚ ܲÓ˚ˆÏåÈy ⁄
aV Google ~Ó˚ Home page ... ï˛yÓ˚˛õÓ˚•z Page Load error ... ÎyÉ ÓyÓyÊÊ (42%)
bV ܲyç ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ã˛y•zˆÏ°•z ܲÓ˚y ÎyÎ˚– ˜ôÎ≈ôÓ˚ •Ä ÓyåÈy– (11%)
cV Free ˆï˛ orkut xyÓ˚ G-chat ... xyÓyÓ˚ ܲ# ã˛y•z ⁄ (19%)
dV Movie, games and others. (28%)
ÚÚ~ܲ ˛õÎ˚§yÓ˚ •zrê˛yÓ˚ˆÏöê˛ÛÛ
7. Jolu’s tech po- ܲy
aV ã˛yшÏòÓ˚ àyˆÏÎ˚ ܲ°B˛ – (15%)
bV xyÎ˚öyÓ˚ §yüˆÏö òyÑí˛¸yˆÏ°•z üˆÏö ˛õˆÏí˛¸– (22%)
cV xyˆÏÓ˚ ~ê˛y ˆï˛y xyüyˆÏòÓ˚ ˙!ï˛•ƒ– (49%)
dV Úá%!öÈÙÙȈÏï˛y xyˆÏåÈ– (14%)
ÚÚˆüˆÏö ¢ï˛ Óyôyñ !ê˛!ܲ!ê˛!ܲñ •Ñy!ã˛ñ ˆ˛õyܲyüyÜ˛í˛¸ !öˆÏÎ˚ xyˆÏçy ˆÓшÏã˛ xy!åÈ–ÛÛ
8. xy!Ì≈ܲ ü®yñ ˛õyˆÏ¢Ó˚ ˛õˆÏÓ˚ ܲ# ⁄
aV ܲˆÏ°ç ˆüyˆÏí˛¸ñ ˛õyˆÏöÓ˚ ˆòyܲyö– (3%)
bV dama ˆüˆÏÓ˚ áyˆÏÓy– (8%)
cV •ÛˆÏ° ~áyˆÏö•z l M.Tech. (5%)
dV Cas Cas... (84%)
‘Tension’ ˆ°ˆÏöܲy ˆö!•ñ ˆòˆÏöܲy ...Û

9. As a Jolu’s student how would you define ‘matrix’ ?


aV It’s my life...(1%)
bV !åÈÉñ ÄÓ˚yÄ Ó•z ⁄ ... concept spoiler.(17%)
cV •zˆÏÎ˚ §yï˛ !òö ܲy üyü°y •ƒy û˛y•z ... (27%)
dV §Ó≈e!ÓÓ˚yçüyö– Room - examhall - bathroom (55%)
ÚÚÓ˚ˆÏîÈÙÙÈÓˆÏöÈÙÙÈçDˆÏ°ñ ˆÎáyˆÏö !Ó˛õˆÏò ˛õ!í˛¸ˆÏÓ ... ⁄ÛÛ
10. Fest ~ 1st Year.
aV í˛%ü%ˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ ú%˛°– (1%)
bV ˆÎ Îy•z Ó°%ܲñ å%È!ê˛ ˆ˛õˆÏ°•z Óy!í˛¸– (67%)
cV !òö ˛õyŒê˛yˆÏFåÈ ... òyòy xy!ü xy!åÈ– (12%)
dV !òˆÏÎ˚!åÈ üy÷°ñ ܲÛÓ˚Ó í˛z§%° – (20%)
ÚˆÏï˛yÓ˚y ˆÎ Îy•z Ó!°§ û˛y•zñ xy!ü Óy!í˛¸Ó˚ xyÓ˚yü ã˛y•z ...–
11. Workshop ~Ó˚ different machines.
aV WBUT ~Ó˚ ˆ§Ó˚y– (3%)
bV MFD. - 1942, DATE OF EXP. 200 YEARS AFTER THE DAY OF MFD. (37% )

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cV ܲyçˆÏï˛y ã˛°ˆÏåÈ– xyÓyÓ˚ ܲ# ã˛y•z ⁄⁄ Principle ê˛y ˆï˛y ~ܲ•z ˆÓ˚ ÓyÓy... (20% )
dV No comment. (40%)
ÚÚÓ˚ƒyˆÏ•ˆÏö ˆòy ˆåÈyˆÏí˛¸y çyˆÏö ˆòy Î˚yÓ˚ ÛÛ
12. ܲˆÏ°ç xy•zö§û˛yÓ˚ öï%˛ö ˛õòˆÏ«˛˛õ Attendence Sheet ï%˛!ü !ܲ Ó°åÈ ⁄
aV í˛zˆÏj¢ƒê˛y•z ˛õ!Ó˚flÒyÓ˚ öÎ˚– (25% )
bV !ë˛Ü˛•z xyˆÏåÈ– Signature practice - Ä •Î˚ xyÓ˚ ˆ¢£Ï ˛õyˆÏï˛ ˛õí˛¸ˆÏ° ‡ˆÏí˛¸y‡!í˛¸– (44% )
cV ˆï˛yüyÓ˚ñ Attendence ˆï˛yüyÓ˚ Responsibility. (26% )
dV ~ܲê%˛ ÄöyˆÏòÓ˚ ܲÌyÄ û˛yÓ– ï˛yшÏòÓ˚Ä ˆï˛y §yÓ˚y!òö ܲü ôܲ° ÎyÎ˚ öy– (5% )
ÚÚGraphologyÈÙÙÈÓ˚ ày°à“ÛÛ
13. The most wonderful object in our campus ....
aV Helipad (12%)
b) J.T. Road (Jolu trunk road). (29%)
c) Swimming pool. (18%)
d) The great wall of Jolu (41%)
Úx‹Tüyÿ˛Î≈Û ...
14. ULYSES’09 ˆÜ˛üö °yà° ⁄
a) Best of all times. (10%)
b) ã˛ˆÏ°Ó°... so. so. (32%)
c) Ramp show and social night were the only high catchers. (16%)
d) Empty auditorium, sounds more - a perfect karaok (42%)
ÚÚçà‰ §%ö §%öy °yˆÏà ...ÛÛ
15. Next year ~ ramp show ˆï˛ ï%˛!ü ˆï˛yüyÓ˚ group ~ ܲyˆÏܲ ã˛yÄ ⁄
a) Katrina Óy Hrithik (16%)
b) ܲˆÏ°ˆÏçÓ˚ §ÓˆÏã˛ˆÏÎ˚ Handu ˆåȈϰ Óy sweetest ˆüˆÏÎ˚ê˛yˆÏܲ (52%)
c) §%Ó°òyˆÏܲ– (8%)
d) xöƒÜ˛yí˛zˆÏܲ– (24%)
ÚÚ... §%Ó°òy ˆ•ˆÏÓ˚ ˆàˆÏ°öÊÊÛÛ
16. Hostel ˆÌˆÏܲ college ~Ó˚ ò)Ó˚c...
a) ܲ!üˆÏÎ˚ xyöy•z û˛y°– (4%)
b) ˛≤ÃyÎ˚ 1km ~ܲê˛y toy train ã˛y°yˆÏöy•z ÎyÎ˚...(31%)
c) !ë˛Ü˛•z xyˆÏåÈ– ~ü!öˆÏï˛ §yÓ˚y!òö ˆï˛y °ƒyò•z áy!FåÈ– (32%)
d) College Îáö ~ï˛ò)ˆÏÓ˚ ˆÓ˚yç College ÎyÄÎ˚yÓ˚ òÓ˚ܲyÓ˚ê˛y•z Óy ܲ# ⁄ (33%)
ÚÚò%!Ó˚ §!• ÎyˆÏÎ˚ öy...ÛÛ

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17. Which among has highest population in our campus ?
a) Faculties. (9%)
b) Cows. (41%)
c) Street lamps. (11%)
d) Trees. (39%)
“Where number matters ...”
18. ‘JOLU’ ... ‘Bis-sal baad’ ??
a) A reputed deemed university. (17%)
b) A N.I.T in North Bengal (24%)
c) Downfall and exetinction. (3%)
d) As it is. (56%)
ÚÚܲ!û˛ˆÏï˛y... ˆÌyí˛¸y xí˛zÓ˚ í˛z•z¢ ܲˆÏÓ˚yÛÛ
19. How do Jalpaiguri people get benifited from JOLU ?
a) Faculties employed. (28%)
b) Glory. (20%)
c) Lime light. (33%)
d) unskill laboures (19%)
JALPAIGURI --> No ppt.on media(M) plate.
JALPAIGURI + JGEC --> thick ppt. on media (M) plate.
(catalyst)
20. Urgent need of Joluides ...
a) utilization of funds. 3%
b) Declaration of Jolu as an deemed university. (1%)
c) Better campassing. (65%)
d) More faculties. (28%)
e) F.M. station. (3%)
ÚÚ xy!ü ÷ô% ˆã˛ˆÏÎ˚!åÈ ˆï˛yüyÎ˚ ...ÛÛ

Special thanks to
Sougata Mondal (2nd Year. EE).

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xy!ü §sfy§# ˆ§ÔÓ˚û˛ !§Ç•


ç°% ˆÌˆÏܲ Ó°!åÈ x!û˛ˆÏ£Ïܲ ã˛ƒyê˛yç≈#
ܲ!ú˛ö !§k˛yÌ≈ òy§
xyç ÈÙÙÈ Ü˛y° ÈÙÙÈ ˛õÓ˚÷ x!û˛!çÍ ˆã˛Ôô%Ó˚#
!ò¢y•#ö Îyey˛õÌ ÷û˛!çÍ òy§
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~Ó˚y Î%ˆÏà Î%ˆÏà Ü,˛ˆÏ£è®% §Ó˚ܲyÓ˚
çy!ö ï%˛!ü í˛yܲˆÏÓ ˆ§Ôàï˛ Ó˚yÎ˚
ˆû˛çy ò%Éá §%Ó ï˛ !ÓŸªy§
ˆöÔܲy ˆÜ˛Ô!¢Ü˛ ã˛e´Ó_#≈
!ö!°üy x!üï˛ Ü%˛üyÓ˚ ˆây£Ï
xyd@’y!ö x!û˛!çï˛ ˆÏÓÓ˚yòy§
x≤ÈÏÎ˚yçö#Î˚ x˛õ≈ö ܲÓ˚
fl∫˛õö ã˛yÓ˚îy Ó˚*˛õü ò_
Savage Human Pema Doma Yolma
Just Call Me ... Hasan Mustafa
!öÓ≈y§ö !ò¢yÓ˚# ˆò
í˛z£èï˛y §%ühsˇ òy§
˛õyˆÏ¢•z xy!åÈ í˛z!£¯Ï¢ ˆàyfl∫y!ü
ˆ¢£Ï ܲÌy xî≈Ó ˛õRöyÎ˚ܲ
2ÈÙÙÈ9 ˆ¢Ô!û˛Ü˛ Ó˚Ç
öy ˆòáy Ó˚yï˛ ~ÓÇ... fl∫≤¿§Ω˛Ó ˜§Ü˛ï˛ Óy܉˛ã˛#
Hear the soul cries here Sourav Sen
Love Towards Nature Lakra Sherpa
FF FU …]P˛F FF F˛…˛FF ıF] FF
X'X ¡FU F˛F FW FF X FF FXÆ FX
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P… FWŁF
F˛ FFY?FPÆF FX'W
!Óã˛yÓ˚ üyöÓ Ü%˛üyÓ˚ !§ö‰•y
Geometry of Life Amit Kumar
xy!ü §sfy§#
ˆ§ÔÓ˚û˛ !§Ç•
S≤ÃÌü Ó£ÏV≈

xy!ü §sfy§#–
xyüyˆÏܲ ˆÜ˛í˛z û˛yˆÏ°yÓyˆÏ§ öyñ û˛Î˚ ܲˆÏÓ˚ñ ܲˆÏÓ˚ â,îy–
≤ÈÏï˛ƒÜ˛!ê˛ ü%‡ˆÏï≈˛ ÷öˆÏï˛ •Î˚ Ü%˛Í!§ï˛ ày°yày!°–
xyüyÓ˚ ï˛y û˛yˆÏ°y°yˆÏà–
!òö Ó˚yï˛ñ §Ü˛y°ÈÙ§¶˛ƒyÎ˚ xy!ü !ÓÓ˚yç ܲ!Ó˚ §ÓyÓ˚ üˆÏö
û˛Î˚ •Î˚–
!ܲv xyüyÓ˚ üˆÏö !ÓÓ˚yç ܲˆÏÓ˚ üy°ï˛#–
xy!ü ˆÎ ˛õyí˛¸yˆÏï˛ Ìyܲï˛yüñ üy°ï˛# ˆ§•z ˛õyí˛¸yÓ˚•z ˆüˆÏÎ˚–
xy!ü ~áö xyú˛ày!öfliyˆÏö Ìy!ܲ–
≤ÈÏï˛ƒÜ˛!òö ˆû˛yÓ˚ˆÏÓ°yÎ˚ xyüyˆÏòÓ˚ Óyí˛¸#ˆÏï˛ ú%˛° ï%˛°ˆÏï˛ xy§ˆÏï˛y üy°ï˛#
˛õˆÏÓ˚ ˆ§•z ú%˛°ñ üy°y ܲˆÏÓ˚ !Ó!e´ ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛y–
≤Ã!ï˛!òö !ܲöï˛yü xy!üñ ˆ§•z üy°y–
xyçÄ Ü˛yˆÏåÈ ˆÓ˚ˆÏá!åÈ ˆ§•z üy°y–
÷!ܲˆÏÎ˚ ˆàˆÏåÈñ !ܲv xyçÄ ˆ§•z ÷ܲˆÏöy ú%˛°
•*òˆÏÎ˚ ÷!ܲˆÏÎ˚ ÎyÄÎ˚y ÷‹Ò Óy§öy=!°ˆÏܲ
öyí˛¸y !òˆÏÎ˚ ÎyÎ˚–
Äû˛yˆÏÓ xy!ü Óy•zˆÏÓ˚ ˆÜ˛yÌyÄ ã˛yܲ!Ó˚ ܲ!Ó˚–
˛õí˛¸y ˆ¢ˆÏ£Ï ܲyˆÏçÓ˚ ˆáÑyç Îáö ˆà°yü ˆÜ˛y°Ü˛yï˛yñ
ˆ≤Ãü !öˆÏÓòö ܲˆÏÓ˚ û)˛ˆÏ° ˆà!åÈ ÄˆÏܲ xy!ü–
çy!ööy ˆÜ˛y°Ü˛yï˛y !ܲ Îyò% ܲÓ˚° xyüyÓ˚ í˛z˛õÓ˚–
ï˛y•z ÄÓ˚ ܲyˆÏåÈ xy!ü xyçÄ ˆÎ ˆÜ˛yˆÏöy ˆåȈϰ–
â%ü ˆû˛ˆÏä ˆò!á xy!ü xˆÏöܲçˆÏöÓ˚ üyˆÏé˛ Ó®#–
üy°ï˛#ñ ˆÜ˛üö xy!åȧ ˆÓ˚ ⁄
ˆáˆÏï˛ ˆòÎ˚!ö– ĈÏòÓ˚ ܲÌy öy ÷öˆÏ° öy!ܲ Äû˛yˆÏÓ•z üÓ˚ˆÏï˛ •Î˚–
~áöÄ x!û˛üyö ܲˆÏÓ˚ xy!åȧ ⁄
ï˛y•z ˆÓˆÏåÈ !ö°yü ~•z Ó,!_–
ï%˛•z !ÓˆÏÎ˚ ܲˆÏÓ˚!ö§–
•yˆÏï˛ üy°ï˛#Ó˚ •yˆÏï˛Ó˚ ÓòˆÏ° ˆ˛õ°yü ~ ˆÜ˛ ú˛Ó˚!ê˛ ˆ§ˆÏû˛ö
ܲy° xyüyÓ˚ !ü¢ö xyˆÏåÈ–
ã˛y•z°yü §%ˆÏáÓ˚ §Ç§yÓ˚ñ ˆ˛õ°yü
ï˛ˆÏÓ ~ê˛y•z xyüyÓ˚ ç#ÓˆÏöÓ˚ ˆ¢£Ï !ü¢ö–
üyˆÏÎ˚ˆÏòÓ˚ §hsˇyö•yÓ˚y ܲÓ˚yÓ˚ñ flf# ˆòÓ˚ fl∫yü#•yÓ˚y ܲÓ˚yÓ˚
ˆï˛yÓ˚ ˆòÄÎ˚y ú%˛° !öˆÏÎ˚ Îy!FåÈ–
x!û˛¢Æ ç#Óö–
ÎyˆÏï˛ ˆï˛yˆÏܲ Ó%ˆÏܲÓ˚ í˛z˛õÓ˚ Ó˚yáˆÏï˛ ˛õy!Ó˚–
üy°ï˛# çyˆÏö öy xy!ü !ܲ ܲ!Ó˚–
~ çˆÏß√Ó˚ ~•z ˆåÈyR ˛õyÄÎ˚y !öˆÏÎ˚
çyöy•z!ö– öyñ çyöyˆÏï˛ ˛õy!Ó˚ !ö–
ˆ˛õ!Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚ ÎyˆÏÓy §yï˛ê˛y çß√–
Ä çyöˆÏ° Ó˚yà ܲÓ˚ˆÏÓ–
ï˛ˆÏÓ x‹Tü çˆÏß√ ï%˛•z xyüyÓ˚–
!ܲv òÑyí˛¸yˆÏÓy ˆÜ˛üö ܲˆÏÓ˚ ˆï˛yÓ˚ §yüˆÏö ⁄
ܲyÓ˚îñ ܲyÓ˚î xy!ü §sfy§#–

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ç°% ˆÌˆÏܲ Ó°!åÈ
Èx!û˛ˆÏ£Ïܲ ã˛ƒyê˛yç≈#
S≤ÃÌü Ó£ÏV≈

Ó˚yï˛ ò%ˆÏê˛y ~áö


çyöy°y !òˆÏÎ˚ Óy•zˆÏÓ˚ ò,!‹T –
ˆüâ í˛yܲˆÏåÈ
§yˆÏÌ ò%ÈÙ~ܲ ˛õ¢°y Ó,!‹T–
~ܲ°y ӈϧ
§üÎ˚ê˛y xyˆÏhflÏ xyˆÏhflÏ §Ó˚ˆÏåÈñ
ܲáˆÏöy ˆ˛õåȈÏö !ú˛ˆÏÓ˚ ï˛yܲyˆÏFåÈñ
ܲáˆÏöy xyçˆÏܲÓ˚ ܲÌy û˛yÓˆÏåÈ–
ã˛y!Ó˚!òܲê˛y hflÏ∏˛ !öé%˛ü ~•z Ó˚yï˛
~ܲ°y ӈϰ•z !ܲ ⁄
ˆú˛ˆÏ° xy§y û˛y°Óy§yÓ˚ ˆÓ˚yüsiö •ë˛yÍ
ï˛yÓ˚˛õÓ˚ û˛y!Ó–
˛õ%Ó˚yˆÏöy ܲÌyˆÏï˛ !ܲÓy °yû˛ •ˆÏÓ ⁄
˛ÜÑ˛yã˛ê˛y ˆû˛ˆÏä ˆàˆÏåÈ xyÓ˚ ܲáˆÏöy !ܲ ç%í˛¸ˆÏÓ ⁄
«˛ï˛ê˛y ÌyܲˆÏÓ
xyÓ˚ üˆÏö ˛õí˛¸ˆÏÓ–
ò%Ó˚ ˆÌˆÏܲ ~ܲê˛y ˆê˛∆ˆÏöÓ˚ •y°Ü˛y xyÄÎ˚yç‰
xyˆÏ°yê˛yÄ ˆòáy ÎyˆÏFåÈ ~ܲê%˛ ~ܲê%˛ ~ܲy ӈϧ û˛yÓy
xy!ü ~áö ~ܲy ˆçˆÏà !°á!åÈ xyÓ˚ flø,!ï˛ =ˆÏ°yÓ˚ çyÓÓ˚ܲyê˛y
˛ú ˛ü •ˆÏfiê˛° öÇ 2 ò%Ó˚ ˆÌˆÏܲ ï˛y!ܲˆÏÎ˚ ˆò!á ÈÙÙÙÙÈ
~áö ~áyˆÏö û˛#£Ïî §yÓôyö# üyˆÏë˛ ç° çˆÏü xyˆÏåÈñ
ˆÓܲyÎ˚òy ˆòáˆÏ°•z òyòyˆÏòÓ˚ ˆã˛yá Ó˚yäyö#– ô#ˆÏÓ˚ ô#ˆÏÓ˚ •yÄÎ˚y Ó•zˆÏåÈ–
!ܲå%È Ü˛Ó˚ˆÏ°•z !ã˛Ü˛!üܲ ܲÓ˚ˆÏåÈ Ü˛Î˚ê˛y ˆçyöyܲ#–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ Ú•zˆÏrê˛∆yê˛yÛ ˆò û˛y•z– Ó,!‹Ty ~áyˆÏö ÌyˆÏü öyñ
~áyˆÏö §üÎ˚ ܲyˆÏê˛– öy ÌyˆÏü Ó¶%˛ˆÏòÓ˚ xyU˛y
ܲáˆÏöy ܲyˆÏçñ ܲáˆÏöy xÓܲyˆÏ¢ñ ˆüˆÏÎ˚ˆÏòÓ˚ xyí˛¸ˆÏã˛yˆÏá ˆòáy
ܲáˆÏöy xyU˛yÈÙÙÈܲƒyÓ˚yü ï˛yˆÏ§ñ xyÓ˚ ~ܲê%˛ ܲyç Ìyܲy
xyÓyÓ˚ ܲáˆÏöy ˆü̈Ïü!ê˛: ~Ó˚ !§!Ó˚Î˚§ Üœ˛yˆÏ§– ÌyˆÏü öy ~áyˆÏö üçy
xyüyÓ˚ !öˆÏçÓ˚ §üÎ˚ˆÏï˛y ~•z Ó˚yï˛ê˛y ˛ú˛yfiê˛ •zÎ˚yÓ˚ ~Ó˚ ~ï˛ !öÎ˚ˆÏüÓ˚ üyˆÏé˛
~ܲê˛y ú˛Ñyܲ ˆáÑyçy–
•Î˚ˆÏï˛y ˛õ%ˆÏÓ˚yê˛y öÎ˚ ï˛yÄ áy!öܲê˛yñ
!ã˛ˆÏö!åÈ ç°%ˆÏܲ– xyüyˆÏòÓ˚ ܲˆÏ°çê˛y–
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ܲ!ú˛ö
!§k˛yÌ≈ òy§
Sï,˛ï˛#Î˚Ó£Ï≈ ÈÙÙÈ xy•z. !ê˛V

“But that intimacy of mutual embarrassment, in which each feels that the other is feel-
ing something, having once existed, its effect is not to be done away with - George Eliot

û˛yˆÏàƒÓ˚ !Ó£Ïy_´ •yï˛åÈy!ö xÓƒy•!ï˛


ˆ¢£ÏˆÏü£Ï !öÓ˚yܲyÓ˚ ˛õòyˆÏÌ≈Ó˚ x!û˛ö#!ï˛
öyê˛ˆÏܲÓ˚ !ã˛eÓ˚&˛õ ˜ï˛Ó˚#ˆÏï˛ ÓƒyhflÏ–
!öÉfl∫ Ü%˛u˛°# ˛õyܲyˆÏöy ˆôyÑÎ˚yÓ˚ ˆã˛Ó˚yˆÏflÀyï˛ ~
ÓˆÏÎ˚ ÎyˆÏFåÈ !ö¡¨üyˆÏöÓ˚ ô)!°Ü˛öyñ
xÓƒy_´ §)«˛ xyˆÏ®y°ˆÏöÓ˚ ˆì˛í˛z
!Óhfl,Ïï˛ Óy°%Ó˚y!¢Ó˚ ÓyôyÎ˚ ◊yhsˇ–
xyÓ˚ !ܲå%È ˆÓˆÏáyÎ˚y°# ã˛y•zˆÏåÈ Î%k˛–
¢y!hsˇ xyÓ˚ Î%k˛ñ x«˛ˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ ˆáÎ˚y°
xüyÎ˚!ܲï˛y ˆÜ˛ xyò¢≈ ܲˆÏÓ˚ ï%˛°ˆÏï˛ !àˆÏÎ˚
˛õyí˛¸yÓ˚˚ öò≈üyÎ˚ çˆÏ° û˛y§ˆÏåÈ !ܲå%È xyç ÈÙÙÈ Ü˛y° ÈÙÙÈ ˛õÓ˚÷
xÓƒÓ•yÎ≈ ܲ!ú˛ö x!û˛!çÍ ˆã˛Ôô%Ó˚#
S!mï˛#Î˚ Ó£Ï≈ ñ •z. •z.V

xyçÈÙÙÈܲy°ÈÙÙÈ˛õÓ˚÷ñ !òöñ Ó˚yï˛ñ


xyÓ˚ ˆÜ˛y!ê˛ ˆÜ˛y!ê˛ ü%•)ˆÏï≈˛ ç#ÓöˆÏܲ ò)!Ó≈£Ï• ܲˆÏÓ˚ ï%˛ˆÏ°ˆÏåÈ––
!Ó!öo#ï˛ Ó˚yï˛ Ü˛ü≈•#ö !òö í˛zˆÏj¢ƒ•#ö !ã˛hsˇy xyÓ˚ Ü,˛!eü °«˛ƒ
e´ü¢•z @ˇÃy§ ܲˆÏÓ˚ ã˛ˆÏ°ˆÏåÈ ç#ÓˆöÓ˚ Ó˚Oܲ=ˆÏ°yˆÏܲ–
flõ®ö•#ö •*ò‰!˛õu˛ñ Ϋ˛ye´yhsˇ ú%˛§ú%˛§ñ •yˆÏí˛¸ÈÙÙÈã˛yüí˛¸yÓ˚ çÓ˚yç!Ó˚ Ü˛ÛˆÏÓ˚
ˆÜ˛yöe´ˆÏü ~áˆÏöyÄ ˆÓшÏã˛ xyˆÏåÈ–
ï˛Ó% «˛ˆÏî «˛ˆÏî !¢•!Ó˚ï˛ •Î˚ üöñ
í˛zˆÏm°#ï˛ ≤Ãyî ü!hflψÏܲ ˛õyë˛yÎ˚ !ܲå%È ˆã˛öy flõˆÏ¢≈Ó˚ xyfl∫yò–
ˆã˛yˆÏáÓ˚ §yüˆÏö ˆû˛ˆÏ§ xyˆÏ§ xflõ‹T ˆã˛öy åÈ!ÓÓ˚ ú˛ƒyܲyˆÏ§ ≤Ã!ï˛FåÈ!Ó–
!ܲå%È â!ö‹T ü%•)ˆÏï≈˛Ó˚ üô%üÎ˚ ã˛°!Fã˛e–
üˆÏö ˛õˆÏí˛¸ ⁄ ˆ§!òö ܲÌy !òˆÏÎ˚!åȈϰñ xyüyÎ˚ í˛z_y˛õ ˆòˆÏÓÈÙÙÈ
!öˆÏçÓ˚ ˆ¢£Ï xhsˇÓ≈y§Ü˛ê%˛Ü%˛ ˛õ%!í˛¸ˆÏÎ˚Ä–
ï˛ˆÏÓ ~ˆÏ§y xyç ÈÙÙÈ í˛z_y˛õ òyÄ xyüyÎ˚ §y•zˆÏÓ!Ó˚Î˚yÓ˚ ܲy°˜Ï¢ï˛ƒ ÈÙÙÈ
@ˇÃy§ ܲÛÓ˚ˆÏåÈ xyüyÎ˚ ... xyç ÈÙÙÈܲy°ÈÙÙÈ ˛õÓ˚÷

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!ò¢y•#ö Îyey˛õÌ
÷û˛!çÍ òy§
S≤ÃÌü Ó£Ï≈ñ !§.~§.•z.V

˛õ)!î≈üy Ó˚yï˛
xyˆÏ°y !é˛Ü˛ !üܲ
ï˛Ó% x¶˛Ü˛yÓ˚
~ üˆÏö xyüyÓ˚
ˆã˛yˆÏáÓ˚ ç°
üyˆÏö öy üyöy
ܲyˆÏåÈ ˆö•z ï%˛!ü ŸFº·FX
xyˆÏåÈy Ó‡ò)ˆÏÓ˚ EFPº∂‹F fik°FŒF
(∂F_∂FU‹F ÊFFa, Ga. PıF. Ga.)
xyÓåÈy Ü%˛Î˚y¢y
Ü%˛ÈÙÙÈxy¢yÎ˚ üö ıªFFŒF ŒF˘Uk, ËFFıFŒF ŸFº·FX
ˆû˛ˆÏ§ xy§y â yî °FF∂F ŒF˘Uk, °F¤FFŒF ŸFº·FX
xˆÏöܲ !ï˛Ó˚y§yñ EçFfi Ç]Åö ŸFº·FŒFF òFF˘∂FW ˘X
ܲyˆÏåÈ ˆö•z ï%˛!ü ∂FX ıÊF‹Fk ŸFº·FX
xyˆÏåÈy Ó‡ò)ˆÏÓ˚– çF]·F ŒF˘Uk çF]·F°FFfi ŸFº·FF
‡—F ŒF˘Uk ÍF_kçFFfi ŸFº·FX
xyôÈÙˆÏû˛çy ˆã˛yá —FPfiÊFFfi ŒF˘U ıFkıÇÅFfi ŸFº·FX
ˆã˛yá û˛Ó˚y çˆÏ° Eı—F∂FF·F ŒF˘Uk ∞FÉ©fi ŸFº·FX
xӧߨ ¢Ó˚#Ó˚ EFÊFF¤F ŒF˘Uk EFÊFF°F ŸFº·FX
ˆï˛yüyÓ˚•z ˆáÎ˚yˆÏ° ÕF¤Fa ŒF˘Uk EkÕFPÊFËÊFFıF ŸFº·FX
EçFfi Ç]Åö ŸFº·FŒFF òFF˘∂FW ˘X
Üœ˛yhsˇ üö ∂FX ıÊF‹Fk ŸFº·FX
!öÿ%˛˛õ ÇŤFa ŒF˘Uk ∂FfiUÇÅF ŸFº·FXk
ܲˆÏÎÜ˚ ˛ !ü!öê˛ ÇÅ∂FaÊ‹F ŒF˘Uk EPÕFÇÅFfi ŸFº·FX
~˛õy¢ Ä õy¢ fiF©d ŒF˘Uk ıFfiÇÅFfi ŸFº·FX
â%üû˛Ó˚y ˆã˛yˆÏáñ “W¤F ŒF˘Uk ŒF◊Åfi∂F ÇÅX ŸFº·FX
ˆã˛yá Ó%ˆÏç ˆò!á ıF_PÒ ŒF˘Uk º_P© ŸFº·FX
å%ȈêÏ ˛!åÈ xy!ü ıF¤FF°F ŒF˘Uk °FŒF ŸFº·FX
ˆï˛yüyÓ˚•z ˆáÑyˆÏç–– EçFfi Ç]Åö ŸFº·FŒFF òFF˘∂FW ˘X
∂FX ıÊF‹Fk ŸFº·FXó

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EFıFFk ŒF˘U ˘Y fiF˘Wk
ıFk°FU∂F Ç]ŤFFfi
(∂F_∂FU‹F ÊFFa,EFGa. P©.)

EFıFFk ŒF˘Uk ˘Y fiF˘Wkó ŒFÊFPŒF¤FFaµF


ŸF]§F ıFU çF‹FU ˘Y PŒFçFF˘Wk EP¤F∂F fiF°F
ªFÇÅÇÅfi ˘Ffi °FFH ¤FYk ÇYÅıFWk, (P¬∂FU‹F ÊFFa - Ga. PıF. Ga.)
P◊Åfi ıFW “ËFı∂F ÇÅfiŒFU ˘Y
E—FŒFU ŸFF˘Wk ... óó °F˘Fk ŒFYP∂FÇÅ∂FF ÇÅF —F∂FŒF ˘X,
“ËFı∂F ˘X∂FU P°FkºçFU —FWk ¤FFŒFÊF∂FF ÇÅF º◊ÅŒF ˘X,
ÇÅF·FU êF©F ˘Y öFGa °F˘Fc ŒFÊF‹F]ÊFÇÅX ÇWÅ ıFfi —FW ÇÅ◊ÅŒF ˘Xó
ÇÅF·FòFÇeÅ ÇÅU ¤FŒFXºËFF ÇÅX É‹FF ÇÅfiWçFF ÊF˘Fc ÇÅXGa,
EŸF∂FÇÅ ıF¤F§F ŒFF —FF‹FUkó E—FŒFW ÊF∂FŒF ÇÅX ŒF¤FŒFó
EFPªFaÇÅ ¤FkºU ÇÅU òF—FW© ıFW P°FıFÇWÅ ŸFòòFW ÇWÅ ıFUŒFW ¤FW °F·FŒF ˘X,
∞]ŸF∂FF CEF ıFÊF ¤Fk°Ffi, ¤FFŒFÊF-¤FFŒFÊF ıFW ∑Fı∂F ˘Xó
ıF°FU ıFkÊFfiU P°FkºçFU ¤FW, Çź¤F-Çź¤F —Ffi ÕFXäFF, ⁄FeÒFòFFfi EFYfi PfiËFÊF∂F ˘Xó
òF]⁄FF∂FF ÇÅXGa äFk°Ffió É‹FF ÇÅfiWçFF ÊF˘Fc ÇÅXGa,
E—FŒFW ÊF∂FŒF ÇÅX ŒF¤FŒFó
ıF—FŒFWk ıFk°FXJ òF·FF ªFF êFfi ıFW, ŒFYP∂FÇÅ∂FF ÇÅF EŸF ŸFX·FŸF·FF ÇÅ˘Fc,
PÇÅıFU ÇÅX EFkòF·F ¤FWk ıFfi ö]—FFJ, EFº¤F-EFº¤FäFXfi ŸFŒFÇÅfi fi˘∂FF ˘Y °F˘Fc,
ÊFÉ∂F ÇÅU ºPfi‹FF ŒFW JıFF ∞]ÊFX‹FF
öFP∂F‹FFc ⁄FU ∞fi∂FU ˘Y ıFkçFUŒFX ıFWó
P°FkºçFU ⁄FU çFGa EFYfi çFGa —FŒFF˘Wó
É‹FF ÇÅfiWçFF ÊF˘Fc ÇÅXGa,
ıF]ŒFF ªFF... E—FŒFW ÊF∂FŒF ÇÅX ŒF¤FŒFó
ŸF]fiW ÊFÉ∂F ¤FWk ıFFªF öX∞ ºW∂FW ˘Y ·FXçF, °FŒF∂FF ⁄FU ÇŤF ŒF˘U ÇŤFUŒFX ıFW,
H¤¤FUº ∂FX ŒF˘U ªFUk... ˘X∂FU ˘Y ŸF·FF∂ÇÅFfi ıFF¤FŒFW,
—Ffi JWıFF ˘U ÇÅ˘∂FW ˘Y ·FXçFó —F[ö∂FW - P◊Åfi∂FW ˘Y ÇÅ·F ÇÅU,
∂F]§FW É‹FF —F∂FF ... ? êF©ŒFF ıF]ŒFF ˘Y EF—FŒFWó
PÇÅ∂FŒFU °FFŒFW çF‹FU PÇÅ∂FŒFU çFGa °F°FŸFF∂FWk É‹FF ÇÅfiWçFF ÊF˘Fc ÇÅXGa,
ıF¤F‹F ÇWÅ Ç]ÅòFÇeÅ —FWkó E—FŒFW ÊF∂FŒF ÇÅX ŒF¤FŒFó
EFPªFaÇÅ ¤FkºU ªFU ·FçFF ÇWÅ ŸF*F êFF∂Fhó JÇÅ PòFfiFçF ¤F]˘ŸŸF∂F ÇÅF °F·FFÇÅfi
—F·F -—F·F ŸFº·F∂FU òF·FU çFGa ËFFkP∂F EP˘kıFF ÇÅF ¤FFçFa E—FŒFFÇÅfió
⁄FFfi∂F ∂FX É‹FF —F[fiW PÊFËÊF ÇWÅ ˘F·FF∂Fó °FUÊFŒF ÇÅX EFºËFa ŸFŒFFÇÅfi,
çF˘fiU fiF∂FXk ¤FWk ö]—FU ˘Y
EFEX ¤FFŒFÊF ∂F]¤˘W P˘¤FF·F‹F ıFfiUäFF ŸFŒFFJcó
ıF]ŒF˘fiU ıFÊFWfiW ÇÅX ·FFP·F¤FF
⁄FfiXıFF ıFW ˘U ŸF≥ ıFÇÅ∂FU ˘Y,
˘¤F ŒFY°FÊFFŒFXk ÇÅU çFPfi¤FFkó
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“WP¤FÇÅF
P°F∂FWŒΩ Ç]ŤFFfi
(∂F_∂FU‹F ÊFFa - ıF[òFŒFF “√FYPçFÇÅU)

∂F[ —Ffi¤FıŒFW˘U ÇҵFF¤F‹FU, P°FıFÇÅF ŸFäFFŒF ¤FY ÇÅfi∂FF ˘c[ó


‹F[ ∂FX ÊFµFaŒFF∂FU∂F ˘X, P◊Åfi ⁄FU ¤FY ÇÅXPËFËF ÇÅfi∂FF ˘c[óó
∂F[¤F ¤F]∏Fa ˘X HıF ºWÊFU ÇÅU, °FX ıFºF —F[°FŒFU‹F ˘X∂FF ˘Yó
¤FWfiF ¤FŒF ¤F‹F[fi P°FıFW ºWäF —F·F ⁄Ffi ¤FWk ˘PFa∂F ˘X∂FF ˘Yóó
∂F] —Ffi¤FF∂¤FF ÇÅU ÊF˘ Ç_ÅP∂F ˘X P°FıFW ºWäFÇÅfi ÊFX G*·FF∂FF ˘Yó
ÇÅ⁄FU-ÇÅ⁄FU E—FŒFU ıF_°FŒF —Ffi, ÊF˘ ıÊF‹Fk ⁄FU ∂FfiıFF -ıFF °FF∂FF ˘Yóó
EÊF·FXÇÅŒF —Ffi E—FŒFU Ç_ÅP∂F ÇÅX, ¤FŒF ¤FWk ‹F˘ “ËŒF H*∂FF ˘Yó
‹F˘ ŒFFfiU ˘Y ‹FF ºWÊFU ˘Y, °FX ıFFYkº‹Fa EF·FXPÇÅ∂F ÇÅfi∂FU ˘Yóó
∂F]¤F PòF∑FÇÅFfi ÇÅU ÊF˘ fiòFŒFF ˘X, °FX EªFÇÅ ÍF¤F ıFW ŸFŒF∂FF ˘Yó
P°FıFÇWÅ ıF_°FŒF ÇWÅ ÇeŤF ¤FWk ÊFX, ıŒFW˘ ÇÅF fikçF òF≥sF∂FF ˘Yóó
HŸFfi∂FF ˘Y ¤F¤F∂FF ıFW P°FıFÇÅX, JÇÅ PòF∑F ıFF °FX ŸFŒF °FF∂FF ˘Yó
˘W P“‹F ∂F]¤F ÊF˘ PòF∑F ˘X, °FX Bº‹F EFŒFPŒºk∂F ÇÅfi∂FF ˘Yóó
∂F]¤F ¤F¤F∂FF ÇÅF ÊF˘ EFcòF·F ˘X, °FX ıFºF ˘U ıF]äF¤F‹F ˘X∂FF ˘Yó
ıFFkıFFPfiÇÅ ıFk∂FF—FX ıFW °FX, ıFºF ˘U ÊFkPòF∂F ˘X∂FF ˘Yóó
‹F˘ ÕFFfiF ˘Y JÇÅ ıFPfi∂FF ÇÅU, °FX ıŒFW˘ “ÊFFP˘∂F ÇÅfi∂FU ˘Yó
˘W P“‹F ∂F]¤F òFF˘W °FX ⁄FU ˘X, “W¤F-ıF]ÕFF ıF¤F ·FçF∂FU ˘Yóó
˘X∂FF ¤FY ·FWäFÇÅ IÅòòF ÇÅXP© ÇÅF, ËFF‹Fº ∂FX ÊFµFaŒF ÇÅfi —FF∂FFó
ıFFfiW fiıFXk ÇÅX ⁄Ffi ºW∂FF, ıFFfiW ÍF_kçFfiXk ıFWW °F∞s ºW∂FFóó
ıFFfiW ÇÅFYËF·F °F]©F ºW∂FF, E—FŒFU ŸF]P ¤F∏FF ·FçFF ºW∂FFó
˘W P“‹F P◊Åfi ⁄FU ÊFµFaŒFF∂FU∂F ÇÅX, É‹FF ÇÅXGa ÊFµFaŒF ÇÅfi —FF∂FF ?

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ıF◊Åfi
PÕFfi°F Ç]ŤFFfi º]ŸFW
(∂F_∂FU‹F ÊFFa, J¤F. Ga)

¤FU·FXk º[fi ∂FÇÅ °FFŒFF ˘Y;


JÇÅ ŒF‹FF °F˘Fc ŸFŒFFŒFF ˘Y;
§F]ÇÅŒFF ¤FŒFF ˘Y, ªFÇÅŒFF ¤FŒFF ˘Y;
¤FkP°F·F ıFW —F˘·FW ‡ÇÅŒFF ¤FŒFF ˘Yó
—F∂FF ˘Y ¤F]PËÇÅ·FW ∂FX EF‹FkWçFU;
¤F]§FÇÅX, ¤FWfiW ˘FYıF·FX ÇÅX EF°F¤FF‹FWkçFU;
—Ffi ¤FYk ŒF ∞flcçFF, ¤FY ŒF ¤F‡kçFF;
ıFUŒFW ¤FWk ıFY·FFŸF P·F‹FW,
¤F]PËÇÅ·FX —Ffi ˘U ©[© —F∞s[cçFFó
GŒF ¤F]PËÇÅ·F ˘F·FF∂FX ¤FWk;
EòFFŒFÇÅ ¤FWfiW äF‹FF·FF∂FXk ¤FkW;
PÇÅıFU ÇÅU ¤F]ıÇÅFŒF ‹FFº EF∂FU ˘Y;
HıFÇÅU —‹FFfiU ŸFF∂FWWk Pº·F ÇWÅ ∂FFfi öW∞s °FF∂FU ˘Y;
ÇÅXGa ªFF, °FX ¤F]§FÇÅX EÇWÅ·FF öX∞s çF‹FF;
ıFFfiW PfiË∂FW, ıFFfiW ŸFkÕFŒF;
JÇÅ —F·F ¤FWk ˘U ∂FX∞s çF‹FFó
°FŸF EFcäFW ⁄Ffi EF∂FU ˘Y;
EFYfi ‹FFºW ∂F∞s—FF∂FU ˘Y;
HıFÇÅU EFÊF°F ÇÅ˘Uk ıFW EF∂FU ˘Yk; ÇÅFc©X ÇÅX ◊[Å·F ıF¤F§F∂FF òF·F;
˘FYıF·FF ŒFF ˘Ffi; ŸFFÕFF ÇÅX ÕF[·F ıF¤F§F∂FF òF·F;
ÇÅfi ıFF¤FŒFF ∂F[◊ÅFŒF ÇÅF; —FÊFa∂F P˘·F °FFJ, JWıFF òF·F;
∂F[ ˘U ∂FX fikçF ŸFº·FWçFF ÕFfi∂FU ◊Å© °FFJ, JWıFF òF·F;
EFıF¤FFŒF ÇÅFó òF·F JWıFW ÇÅU, ∂F[◊ÅFŒF ⁄FU ËF¤FFaJ
ÇÅfi∂FF °FF E—FŒFU ¤FkP°F·F ÇÅU ∂F·FFËF; ∂FW°F ∂FWfiF ºWäFÇÅfi,
∂FWfiW ıFFªF òF·FWkçFW ‹FW PºŒF, ‹FW fiF∂F; °ÊFF·FF¤F]äFU ⁄FU *k∞F —F∞s °FFJó
òF·FWçFU ‹FW ÕFfi∂FU, ‹FW ıFÇÅ·F EFÇÅFËFó ¤FU·FXk º[fi ∂FÇÅ °FFŒFF ˘Y;
JÇÅ ŒF‹FF °F˘Fc ŸFŒFFŒFF ˘Y;
§F]ÇÅŒFF ¤FŒFF ˘kY ªFÇÅŒFF ¤FŒFF ˘Y;
¤FkP°F·F ıFW —F˘·FW ‡ÇÅŒFF ˘U ŒF˘Uk
¤FkP°F·F ıFW —F˘·FW ¤FfiŒFF ⁄FU ¤FŒFF ˘Yó

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≤’y!Óï˛ ˆ≤Ãü
ÓyØy!òï˛ƒ òy§
S≤ÃÌü Ó£≈ñ !§. ~§. •z.V

ê%˛˛õê˛y˛õ Ó,!‹T ÷ô% Óy•zˆÏÓ˚ öÎ˚


xyüyÓ˚ üöç%ˆÏí˛¸ é˛Ó˚!åÈ°ñ
xyܲy¢ ã%%˛Ñ•zˆÏÎ˚ñ ãÑ˛%•zˆÏÎ˚–
ã˛Ñyò ï˛áö ˆüˆÏâÓ˚ xyí˛¸yˆÏ°
ÓyÑܲy •y!§ˆÏï˛ û)˛Óö ˆû˛y°yˆÏöy–
Ó,!‹TÓ˚Ó˚ ˆú˛Ñyê˛yÎ˚ ü%_´ ܲöyÓ˚ !é˛!°Ü˛ñ
~ܲê˛y òyüy° •yÄÎ˚y
!¢ü)ˆÏ°Ó˚ üàí˛yˆÏ° ò%°!åÈ°ññ ~Ó˚y Î%ˆÏà Î%ˆÏà
x!ÓÓ˚yü Ó,!‹TˆÏï˛ §%Ó˚ ï%˛ˆÏ° é˛Ó˚!åÈ° Ü,˛ˆÏ£è®% §Ó˚ܲyÓ˚
é˛Ó˚ é˛Ó˚ é˛Ó˚ é˛Ó˚ S!mï˛#Î˚ Ó£Ï≈ ÈÙÙÈ •z. •zV
xy!ü ï˛áö ~ܲyñ
ã˛yÑò xyÓ˚ üyö§#Ó˚ xï,˛Æ ܲ“öyÎ˚ñ û˛yÓˆÏåÈÊ •Ñƒy û˛yÓyÓ˚•z ܲÌy–
Ó,!‹TÓ˚ !Óàï˛ ˆúÑ˛yê˛yÎ˚ñ ˆ§!òöÄ û˛yÓˆÏï˛y üyö%£Ï ~ü!ö ܲˆÏÓ˚ ÈÙÙÈ
!ÓÓ˚ˆÏ•Ó˚ ≤Ã!ï˛˛õ° xyüÓ˚y ˆï˛yüyÓ˚ xyüyÓ˚ üˆÏï˛y–
!Ó!FåÈߨ ÎsföyÎ˚ ܲyï˛Ó˚– ˆ§!òöÄ xyä%° ï%˛ˆÏ°ˆÏåÈ ÄˆÏòÓ˚ !òˆÏܲ–
xyÓ˚ ï%˛!üñ •Î˚ˆÏï˛y ï˛áö ò%ˆÏÓ˚ ... ܲî≈ ï˛Ó%Ä Ó˚yçy– ˆ°yܲ ÓˆÏÓ˚îƒ Ó#Ó˚–
ˆÜ˛yö @ˇÃyˆÏü xÌÓy ¢•ˆÏÓ˚ Ó,!‹T•#ö !åȈϰ §#ï˛y Ó˚yçÓ˚yö# ÈÙÙÈ ˛õ!Óeï˛yÓ˚ çµ°hsˇ ≤Ãï˛#ܲ
~•z Ó˚y!e !åÈ° ˆï˛yüyÓ˚ ܲyˆÏåÈ !öé˛í˛¸ Ó˚y!e ˆÜ˛öy ܲyшÏò xyçÄ çyöܲ#Ó˚ ò%ˆÏáÊ
ã˛yÑò !åÈ° ÷ô% ã˛yÑò ˆÜ˛ÈÙÙÈöy ӈϰ ôöƒñ ôöƒ ܲî≈
Óyï˛y§ Ó•z!åÈ° ï%˛!ü ˛õ%Ó˚&ˆÏ£Ïy_üñ ôöƒ–
xyÓ˚ ˛õyÑã˛ê˛y !òˆÏöÓ˚ üï˛ xyê˛ˆÏ˛õÔˆÏÓ˚ñ ˜Óôï˛yÓ˚ ≤ß¿ ï˛ˆÏÓ ˆÜ˛ö ⁄ ĈÏòÓ˚ çöƒÊ
•Î˚ˆÏï˛y ï%˛!ü ˆÜ˛yö!òöÄ çyöˆÏï˛ ˛õyÓ˚ˆÏÓ öyÈÙÙÈ ¢ï˛ §#ï˛yÈÙÙÈܲî≈ ÎyÓ˚y xyüyˆÏòÓ˚ ã˛yÓ˚˛õyˆÏ¢ÈÙÙÈ
ò%ˆÏÓ˚ ˆÜ˛yö Ó,!‹TÓ˚ Ó˚y!eÓ˚ xàyô ˆ≤Ãü åÈyˆÏí˛¸ ò#â≈Ÿªy§– xyd @’y!öÓ˚ ü)FåÈ≈öyÎ˚ ü,ï˛≤ÃyÎ˚–
ˆï˛yüyÓ˚ çöƒ ≤’y!Óï˛–– !öü≈°ñ !ö‹õy˛õ ˆÎ xydy–
ÄÓ˚y ˆï˛y üyö%£Ï ˆï˛yüyÓ˚ xyüyÓ˚ üˆÏï˛y–
â,!îï˛ öÎ˚ ÄÓ˚y– üyö%£Ï ĈÏòÓ˚ ˛õ!Ó˚ã˛Î˚–
!ö‹õy˛õ xydyÓ˚ ≤Ã!ï˛ ˆÜ˛ö ï˛ˆÏÓ x!Óã˛yÓ˚
ܲÓ˚&îyÓ˚ ≤ÃyÌ≈# ˆÜ˛ö ÄÓ˚y ⁄
x°ˆÏ«˛ƒ é˛ˆÏÓ˚ ˆÜ˛ö öÎ˚ˆÏöÓ˚ ö#Ó˚Ê
Ó°ˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚y x˛õÓ˚yô# ˆÜ˛ ⁄
â%öôÓ˚y §üyç ñÈÙÙÈ öyÈÙÙÈü%áˆÏ¢Ó˚ xyí˛¸yˆÏ° ˆÎ Ê

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çy!ö ï%˛!ü í˛yܲˆÏÓ
ˆ§Ôàï˛ Ó˚yÎ˚
Sï,˛ï˛#Î˚ Ó£Ï≈ñ ˆüܲy!öܲƒy° •z!O.V

ˆåȈϰˆÏÓ°y ˆÌˆÏܲ å%Èê˛ˆÏï˛ å%Èê˛ˆÏï˛ xyç xy!ü Üœ˛yhsˇ


~ï˛ê˛y ˛õÌ ~ˆÏ§!åÈ ˆ˛õ!Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚ñ
§yüˆÏö üÓ˚#!ã˛Ü˛yÓ˚ üï˛ çµ°çµ° ܲÓ˚ˆÏåÈ §%á §yFåȈϮÓ˚ ç#Óöñ
!ܲv Ó,Ìy ~ xy¢y Ê Ó,Ìy ~ ˆüy• Ê
Óï≈˛üyˆÏöÓ˚ Üœ˛yhsˇ ç#ÓˆÏö ï˛y ˆÜ˛Ó° !ÓfløÎ˚ ˆÓyô •Î˚ Ê

xyܲy¢ ~áö ˆây°yˆÏê˛ñ ˆôÑyÎ˚y xyÓ˚ ô)§Ó˚ï˛yÓ˚


ì˛yܲˆÏï˛ ã˛ˆÏ°ˆÏåÈ ã˛y!Ó˚!òܲ ÈÙÙÙÙÈ
üˆÏöÓ˚ üˆÏôƒ §yú˛°ƒ xyÓ˚ Ӄ̰ï˛yÓ˚ §Ç@ˇÃyˆÏü
÷!ܲˆÏÎ˚ ˆàˆÏåÈ û˛yˆÏ°yÓy§yÓ˚ !fl¨?˛ Ó˚§–
û)˛ˆÏ° ˆà!åÈ çˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ xyö®ñ xy÷ ÓƒÌ≈ï˛yÓ˚ !ã˛hsˇyÎ˚
ˆû˛çy ò%Éá
!ܲ¡∫y û)˛ˆÏ° ˆà!åÈ ü%!_´Ó˚ í˛zÕ‘y§ñ Ó®#ñ ç#ÓˆÏöÓ˚ xáƒyˆÏï˛–
§%Ó ï˛ !ÓŸªy§
ï˛Ó% ~ï˛!òö ˛õˆÏÓ˚Ä xy!åÈ xy!ü ˆï˛yüyÓ˚•z ≤Ãï˛ƒy¢yÎ˚ S≤ÃÌü Ó£Ï≈Èñ Óy› ܲy!Ó˚à!Ó˚ !ÓòƒyV
÷ô% ~ܲê%˛áy!ö ¢#ï˛° flõˆÏ¢≈Ó˚ xˆÏ˛õ«˛yÎ˚ñ
ˆÜ˛ööyñ §ygsˇöyÓ˚ çˆÏ° !û˛!çˆÏÎ˚ !òˆÏÎ˚ñ ≤ÃáÓ˚ ò%˛˛õ%ˆÏÓ˚ åÈyÎ˚yÓ˚ üˆÏï˛yñ û˛yÓˆÏï˛ xÓyܲ °yˆÏàñ ï˛y•z öy⁄
•Î˚ˆÏï˛y ï%˛!ü ~ˆÏ§ Ó°ˆÏÓ ÈÙÙÙÙÈ Ú ˆÜ˛üö û˛yˆÏ°y ˆï˛y ⁄ •ë˛yÍ•z ˛õ!Ó˚Óï≈˛ö ÈÙÙÙÙÈ
çy!ö ~ܲ!òö ˆ§ !òö xy§ˆÏÓñ Ó¶˛ñ ˆÎyàyˆÏÎyà !öÎ˚!üï˛–
çy!ö ï%˛!ü í˛yܲˆÏÓ– ˆòy£Ïê˛y ܲyÓ˚ ⁄ ˆï˛yüyÓ˚
öyñ xyüyÓ˚•z Óy ˆÜ˛öÊ
~ê˛y•z !öÎ˚ü •Î˚ï˛ Óy–

§•§y í˛zˆÏm° •ˆÏÎ˚ í˛z!ë˛ ~áöÄñ


ˆòˆÏáñ ÷ˆÏö ˆï˛yüyÓ˚ ܲÌy–
•y•yܲyÓ˚ ܲˆÏÓ˚ ĈÏë˛ ˆû˛ï˛Ó˚ê˛y
!û˛ˆÏç ÎyÎ˚ñ ÷ˆÏܲyÎ˚ öy–
~ܲÓ˚y¢ ܲyòy xyÓ˚ ç°–

ˆã˛‹Ty ܲ!Ó˚ñ ÓyÓ˚ÓyÓ˚ÈÙÙÙÙÈ


!ú˛ˆÏÓ˚ xy§ˆÏï˛–
˛õy!Ó˚ öy ÈÙÙÙÙÈ ˆÜ˛yÌyÎ˚ ˆÎö Óyôy–

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ˆöÔܲy
ˆÜ˛Ô!¢Ü˛ ã˛e´Ó_#≈
Sï,˛ï˛#Î˚ Ó£Ï≈ñÈ •z. •zV

•ë˛yÍ Äë˛y ú%˛ˆÏ°Ó˚ üˆÏï˛y•z


~ˆÏ§!åÈ° §¶˛ƒyê˛yñ
~ܲê%˛ xyhsˇ!Ó˚ܲ xyˆÏÓòö ˆÓ˚ˆÏá!åÈ°
§üˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ ܲyˆÏåÈñ
ˆ§ ˆÎö ~ܲê%˛«˛î ˆÌˆÏü òÑyí˛¸yÎ˚ !ö!°üy
xyÓ˚ ˆã˛yá Ó˚yˆÏá ï˛yÓ˚ !òˆÏܲó x!üï˛ Ü%˛üyÓ˚ ˆây£Ï
•ƒÑyñ §üˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ x!ï˛!Ì !åÈ° ˆ§ Sï,˛ï˛#Î˚ Ó£Ï≈ñÈ •z. •zV
˛õ,!ÌÓ#ê˛y ˆ§ˆÏç!åÈ° ï˛yÓ˚ çöƒ•zñ
•y!Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚ ÎyÄÎ˚y ï˛yÓ˚yê˛y !ú˛ˆÏÓ˚ ~ˆÏ§!åÈ° ÓU˛ ˆòüy!ܲ ˆüˆÏÎ˚ñ xÌÓy öÎ˚ñ
xyܲyˆÏ¢Ó˚ ˆÜ˛yˆÏö xyÓyÓ˚– ˆÏÓ˚yàyÈÙ˛õyï˛°yñ !˛õˆÏë˛ ~ܲ !˛õë˛ã%˛°–
Ó%é˛ˆÏï˛ ˛õyÓ˚åÈ ï˛yÓ˚ ˛õ!Óeï˛yˆÏܲ ⁄ ~ܲÓyÓ˚Ä !ú˛ˆÏÓ˚ ï˛yܲyÎ˚ öy xyüyˆÏòÓ˚ !òˆÏܲñ
÷öˆÏï˛ ˛õyÓ˚ˆÏåÈy ï˛yÓ˚ §%üô%Ó˚ §%Ó˚ ⁄ xÌÓy xyüyÓ˚ !òˆÏܲ–
ˆ§ !öˆÏçÓ˚ çöƒ•z Îy ˜ï˛Ó˚# ܲˆÏÓ˚... !ܲv ĈÏܲ xyüyÓ˚ û˛y°‰°yˆÏàñ
ï˛yÓ˚ ò%ÛˆÏã˛yˆÏáÓ˚ ˆû˛çy ò,!‹T xyÓ˚ ˆëÑ˛yˆÏê˛Ó˚ ˆÏܲyˆÏö •y!§ xyÓ˚ ï˛yˆÏï˛•z Ó¶%˛ ü•ˆÏ° çyˆÏà Mrs. Ghosh ~Ó˚ fl∫≤¿
ˆÎö ~ܲ˛õ¢°y Ó,!‹TÈÙÙÙÙÈ !ܲv ˛õ%ˆÏÓ˚yê˛y•z úÑ˛y!ܲ–
ˆÎ •ë˛yÍ é˛ˆÏÓ˚ ˛õˆÏí˛¸ ~ܲê˛y •z¢yÓ˚yñ ~ܲê˛y missed call Óy ~ܲê˛y sms
xyÓ˚ û˛y!§ˆÏÎ˚ !öˆÏÎ˚ ÎyÎ˚ xyˆÏÓˆÏà– wait ܲ!Ó˚ Ó˚yˆÏï˛Ó˚ ˛õÓ˚ ˛Ó˚yï˛–
ï˛yÓ˚ ~ܲê%˛ í˛z˛õ•yÓ˚ ÷ô% xyU˛yñ ܲƒy!rê˛öñ ˆôÑyÎ˚yÓ˚ üyˆÏé˛Ä ˆÎö
û˛yˆÏ°yÓy§yÓ˚ myˆÏÓ˚ xÓyô xÜ,˛!eüï˛yÓ˚ òyÓ# Ó˚yˆÏáÊ ÈÙ xyÓ˚È xyüyÓ˚ ≤Ãï˛#«˛y xhsˇ•#ö
ܲyˆÏö ܲyˆÏö ÷ô% ӈϰ ÎyÎ˚ Ó˚yˆÏï˛Ó˚ ï˛yÓ˚yˆÏòÓ˚ üï˛ !öÌÓ˚ñ xöhsˇ–
ÚÚç#Óö û˛yˆÏ°yÓy§yÓ˚ àyöÛÛ–– ORKUT, FACE BOOK ~ xçflÀ üyö%ˆÏ£ÏÓ˚
û˛#ˆÏí˛¸ ĈÏܲ áÑ%ˆÏç!åÈñ ˛õy•z!ö–
“add as friend”option ê˛y xyç Óí˛¸•z ˆï˛ˆÏï˛yñ
Ó˚Oöyñ ö#°yOöyñ ˆü!Ó˚ xƒyöˆÏòÓ˚ û˛#ˆÏí˛¸
enlisted xyÓ˚Ä ~ܲê˛y öyü–
Ó°yÓ˚ !åÈ° just ò%ˆÏê˛y ܲÌyñ ÈÙÙÙÙÈ
¢yí˛¸#ˆÏï˛ ˆï˛yˆÏܲ òyÓ˚&ö üyöyÎ˚ñ ܲyˆÏö ˆé˛y°y ò%°ó
xy!ü ˆï˛yˆÏܲ•z û˛y°Óy!§ñ ~ê˛y !ܲ xyüyÓ˚ û%˛° ⁄
ˆ°áy ˛õí˛¸yÎ˚ û˛y°ñ û˛y° ˆüˆÏÎ˚ !ö!°üy
ĈÏܲ ~§Ó ܲ# ܲˆÏÓ˚ Ó°y ÎyÎ˚ ⁄

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xyd@’y!ö
x!û˛!çï˛ ˆÏÓÓ˚yòy§
Sã˛ï%˛Ì≈ Ó£Ï≈ñ È~ü.•zV

ò)ˆÏÓ˚ ˛õy•yˆÏí˛¸ ˆû˛ˆÏ§ ÎyÄÎ˚y ˆüˆÏâ


xy!ü Ó˚ˆÏã˛!åÈ ë˛%ö‰ˆÏܲy fl∫≤¿ñ
!òÓyÓ˚y!eÓ˚ !öï˛ƒ Îy˛õˆÏö
•ï˛y¢yÎ˚ xy!åÈ !Ó£Ïߨ–
ö#Ó˚§ üÓ˚&Ó˚ !ö‹±yö ã˛ˆÏÓ˚
xy!ü !öˆÏçÓ˚ ܲˆÏÓ˚!åÈ !Ó°#öñ
á%!¢ ò%!öÎ˚yÓ˚ ܲ°!Ü˛ï˛ myˆÏÓ˚
xy!ü xy!§Óöy xyÓ˚ ˆÜ˛yö!òö–
x≤ÈÏÎ˚yçö#Î˚
§ÓyÓ˚ ܲyˆÏåȈÏÓ˚ â,!îï˛ xy!ü
â,!îï˛Ä !öç üˆÏöñ
x˛õ≈ö ܲÓ˚
ˆ•Î˚y!° ˆáÎ˚yˆÏ° !öÓ≈yܲ xy!ü S≤ÃÌü Ó£Ï≈ ˆÏüܲy!öܲƒy° •z!O.V
xˆÏé˛yÓ˚ xyÄ ÷ô% ò%•z öÎ˚ˆÏö–
!öé%˛ü Ó˚yˆÏï˛Ó˚ ò%ˆÏáÓ˚ ˛õyÌyˆÏÓ˚ Ók˛ ˛õ,!ÌÓ#Ó˚ !Ó£Ïy_´ •yÄÎ˚yÎ˚
•y!Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚!åÈ ˆüyÓ˚ •y!§áy!öñ Îáö Ÿªy§ !öˆÏÎ˚!åÈ° ~ܲ §ˆÏòƒyçyï˛
•y•y ܲyÓ˚ ï˛Ó ~•z •*!òüyé˛yˆÏÓ˚ ï˛yÓ˚ ܲyߨyÓ˚ ≤Ã!ï˛ôù!ö•z ï˛yˆÏܲ ӈϰ!åÈ°
ü!°ö xyd@’y!ö– ˆ§ ˛õÓ˚y!çï˛–
~û˛yˆÏÓ•z ï˛ˆÏÓ ã˛!°ˆÏÓ xyüyÓ˚ ÓyÓ˚ÓyÓ˚ ˆ•ˆÏÓ˚ ÎyÓyÓ˚ ܲyߨy
ö#Ó˚Ó xyàyü# Ó˚Ìñ xyÓ˚ ܲyߨy ˆã˛ˆÏö xhsˇ•#ö ≤Ãï˛#«˛y
ܲû%˛ ~!òö xyˆÏ§ öy ܲy•yÓ˚ ~û˛yˆÏÓ•z ˆÜ˛ˆÏê˛ ˆàˆÏåÈ xˆÏöܲê˛y §üÎ˚
§%á# ˆ•yܲ §ÓyÓ˚ ç#Óö ˛õÌ–
xyç
!ӣϢyfl∫ ï˛yˆÏܲ ܲÓ˚ˆÏåÈ á%ö
ï˛yÓ˚ «˛ï˛!Ó«˛ï˛ ¢Ó˚#Ó˚ˆÏܲ
ˆ˛õyí˛¸yˆÏFåÈ ˛õ%!í˛¸ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ xy=ö

!Ó!«˛Æ üöñ Üœ˛yhsˇ ã˛y!•òy


ˆ•ˆÏÓ˚ ˆÎˆÏï˛ ˆÎˆÏï˛ üˆÏÓ˚ ÎyÓyÓ˚ ≤Ãï˛#«˛y
xyç Îáö ~û˛yˆÏÓ ˆ§ Üœ˛yhsˇñ !Óºyhsˇ
ï˛yˆÏܲ !ܲ xy§ˆÏÓ ÓyÑã˛yˆÏï˛ ˆÜ˛í˛zñ
ï˛yÓ˚ ç#ÓˆÏö •ë˛yÍ å%ÈшÏÎ˚ ÎyÄÎ˚y ~ xö%û)˛!ï˛ Ä ˆï˛y
x≤ÈÎÏ y˚ çö#Î˚–

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fl∫˛õö ã˛yÓ˚îy
Ó˚*˛õü ò_
S≤ÃÌüÓ£Ï≈ñ !§!û˛° •z!O.V

~ˆÏ§ˆÏåÈy fl∫≤¿ ⁄ ~ˆÏ§ˆÏåÈy !ܲ ï%˛!ü xyüyˆÏï˛ ⁄


òÑy!í˛¸ˆÏÎ˚ ÎyÄöy !ܲå%È«˛îñ
÷ô% ~ܲÓyÓ˚ ~•z öÎ˚öó
ç%!í˛¸ˆÏÎ˚ òyÄñ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚yöy §%ò)ˆÏÓ˚ û˛y§yˆÏï˛ ⁄

~ˆÏ§ˆÏåÈy Îáö ˆÌˆÏܲ ÎyÄ xyç ~ Ó˚yˆÏï˛Ó˚ ܲƒyöû˛yˆÏ§ó


xò%Ó˚ û˛!ӣσˆÏï˛Ó˚ !òˆÏܲñ
!åÈÑí˛¸ˆÏÓ öy•Î˚ xyüyÓ˚ !¢ˆÏܲñ
fl∫yô#ö !ܲå%È Óî≈≤Èϰ˛õ ˜ï˛Ó˚# ܲÓ˚ˆÏÓ ã˛yÓ˚˛õyˆÏ¢Ê

üˆÏö xyˆÏåÈ ï%˛!ü ≤ÃÌü ˆÎ!òö ~ˆÏ° ⁄


ˆÜ˛yö ˆ§ û%˛ï%˛ˆÏÓ˚ à“ =çÓñ
Ó%é˛ï˛yü ӈϰy xy!ü xˆÏï˛y §Ó ⁄
˛õ%ˆÏÓ˚y âê˛öyê˛y üˆÏö ˆö•z ΈÏÌ‹T ˆày°ˆÏüˆÏ°–

ï%˛!ü ܲˆÏï˛y ˛õˆÏÌñ ܲˆÏï˛y Ó˚!äˆÏöÓ˚ üyˆÏ鲖


ï%˛!ü ܲˆÏï˛y Óyôy ˆÓ˚yòñ é˛í˛¸ñ ç°ñ
ï%˛!ü ˆÎ ܲˆÏï˛y öy §%á §¡∫°ó
ܲˆÏï˛y xçyöyÓ˚ñ ö#° §#üyöyÓ˚ñ Óy ˆòˆÏÓy°#öy §yˆÏçy–

xyç ï%˛!ü ˆÜ˛yö ˛õˆÏÌÓ˚ !ò¢yÎ˚ í˛zß√%á ⁄


Î!òÄ ~ê˛y•z ˆ◊¤˛yö%û)˛!ï˛ñ ï˛Ó% ˆ≤Ãü ܲˆÏÓ˚ ܲ# •ˆÏÓ ⁄
~áö Ä§Ó û%˛ˆÏï˛Ó˚ xû˛yÓó
ˆ§•zˆÏï˛y §ÓyÓ˚ ˛õ!Ó˚î!ï˛ ~ܲñ
xÌÓy Ó˚yçyÓ˚y ~ˆÏ°•z !ܲ °yû˛ ⁄
ï˛Ó%Ä fl∫≤¿ ï%˛•z ˆû˛ˆÏÓ ˆòá ÈÙÙÈ
üy§üy!•öyê˛y ˆï˛yüyÓ˚ xyòˆÏÓ˚ ˛õ%‹T •ˆÏ°•z ï˛ˆÏÓ §%á–
xyüyÓ˚ àû˛#ˆÏÓ˚ ˆÜ˛yö ˆ§ !ï˛!üˆÏÓ˚
ÚÚˆÏ≤Ãü ~ˆÏ§!åÈ° ö#Ó˚ˆÏÓÛÛ–
xyÓ˚ ~ܲ !òˆÏÜ˛Ä ˆï˛yüyÓ˚ ˆ§•z xàyô !Óã˛Ó˚î ˆ«˛e–
xyüyÓ˚ ܲÓ˚&î ÓyhflÏÓ !âˆÏÓ˚ ï%˛•z ~ܲy !üˆÏë˛ ≤Ãy!Æ–
ˆ≤ÈÏüÓ˚ !¢Ü˛ˆÏí˛¸ ˆ§•z ˆï˛y ï%˛!üñ
~•z Ó°°yüñ Ó˚yà ܲ!Ó˚§öy–
üyöˆÏï˛ Óyôƒ çàÍ û)˛!ü–
ÚÓ¶%˛Ûñ xyüyˆÏܲ ò%Éá !ò§öyñ
ˆòáˆÏåÈy öyÓ˚#Ó˚ ÓflfyM˛ÈˆÏ° xyçÄ Ó˚ä !Ó!ã˛eÊ
ã˛y•zöy §!ï˛ƒ •ˆÏÎ˚ Äë˛ ï%˛•zñ ˆ•yܲ öy ˆï˛yÓ˚ §üy!Æ –

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SAVAGE HUMAN
Pema Doma Yolma
(1st Year, IT)

What a great gift can you give a child?


what consoling hope have you to make a widow smile?
Have you any words that can build a broken dream ?
Are you the saviour for all that suffer and screan?

A man is a man only if he knows his human


Then why shatter a mother and slaughter her children?
The world is a rock, you wish still to conquer ?
When victory is yours, you’ll have nothing you can show

To wreck a dream to snatch a smile Just Call Me ...


To wipe out hope is all you desire
For such as these thele is only one thing to say
Hasan Mustafa
“God bless those who kill” (2nd Year - ME)
For them a pray
If one day you feel
Listen, for your soul will speak like crying, call me
Fal all the blunders you’ll lose you sleep I don’t promise that I will
This is very true, what sow you recap make you laugh, but
Spale your laughter, you peace you’ll need. I can cry with you.

If one day you want to


run away don’t be afraid
to call me.
can’t promis to ask you
to stop
But i can run away
with you.
If one day you don’t want
to listen to anyone call me
I promise to be there
for you, and I promise
to be very quiet.
But if one day you call
and there is no anwer
come fast to see me,
May be I need you,
May be I am dead.

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!öÓ≈y§ö
!ò¢yÓ˚# ˆò
Sï,˛ï˛#Î˚ Ó£Ï≈ñ •z.•z.V

ˆ§ ÷ˆÏÎ˚ xyˆÏåÈó
§üy!ôfli ¢yhsˇ ~ܲ Ó#û˛Í§ ˛õ!Ó˚ˆÏӈϢ ÈÙÙÙÙÈ
ˆÎáyˆÏö ï˛yÓ˚ §D# xˆÏöܲ !öÓ≈yܲ–

ˆã˛ˆÏÎ˚ òƒyˆÏáyñ
ï˛yÓ˚ ò%!ê˛ ˆã˛yá Ó¶˛–
ˆã˛ˆÏÎ˚ òƒyˆÏáy ÈÙÙÈ ï˛yÓ˚ ܲÌy •y!Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚ ˆàˆÏåÈ xˆÏöܲ«˛ö–
xyÓ˚ ˆÜ˛yöÄ!òö ˆ§
â yî ˆöˆÏÓ öy xyüyÓ˚ Óyï˛yˆÏ§ó
xÌã˛ xyüyÓ˚ Óyï˛yˆÏ§ xy!ü ˆöÓ ï˛yÓ˚ â yö–
§Ó Îsföy û%˛ˆÏ° ˆ§ ˆàˆÏåÈ ~ܲ
ˆÜ˛y°y•° ü%_´ !ã˛Ó˚¢y!hsˇÓ˚ ˛õ,!ÌÓ#ˆÏï˛–
§¶˛ƒy≤Ãò#ˆÏ˛õÓ˚ «%˛o !¢áyáy!ö !öû˛ˆÏ°
xÑyôyÓ˚ öyˆÏüó
ˆã˛ˆÏÎ˚ òƒyˆÏáyÈÙÙÈ
xÑyôyÓ˚ öyˆÏü ~ ˛õ,!ÌÓ#ˆÏï˛ ÈÙÙÙ
ˆòáˆÏï˛ ÌyˆÏܲy ï˛yÓ˚ ü%áê˛yó Îy •Î˚ˆÏï˛y
xÑyôyÓ˚ ˆÏöˆÏü xyˆÏ§ ~ ç#ÓˆÏö–
!ÓÜ,˛ï˛ •ˆÏÎ˚ ÎyˆÏÓ ˆòáˆÏï˛ ˆòáˆÏï˛–
ï˛Ó%Ä üˆÏö •Î˚ ÈÙÙÈ ˆ§ !ܲ !ú˛˛ˆÏÓ˚ ÎyˆÏÓ ⁄
!ú˛Ó˚ˆÏï˛ !ܲ ˛õyÓ˚ˆÏÓ ~ üyÎ˚y ˆåȈÏí˛¸ ⁄
ˆã˛ˆÏÎ˚ xy!åÈ xy!ü ÈÙÙÈ
xyüyÓ˚ Óyï˛y§ !öÉ ŸªyˆÏ§ ÈÙÙÈ ≤ߪyˆÏ§
ï˛yÓ˚ ˙ !ã˛Ó˚¢y!hsˇÓ˚ ¢ÎƒyÓ˚ !òˆÏܲ–
xö%û˛Ó ܲÓ˚Ó ï˛yˆÏܲó
!•Ç§y •Î˚ÈÙÙÈ Ü˛‹T •Î˚ó ï˛Ó% ~ܲÓ%ܲ Îsföy !öˆÏÎ˚
!ܲv ˛õyÓ öy ˆÜ˛yöÄ !òö–
ˆã˛ˆÏÎ˚ ˆòá!åÈ
!Ó£Ï xyˆÏåÈ ⁄ !Ó£Ï òyÄ–
ï˛yÓ˚ §%®Ó˚ ò%!ê˛ ˆã˛yá
ö#°Ü˛t˛ •ˆÏÎ˚ !ú˛ˆÏÓ˚ ÎyˆÏÓ ï˛yÓ˚ ܲyˆÏåÈó
Îy xyÓ˚ ˆÜ˛yöÄ !òö ˆòáˆÏÓ öy xyüyÎ˚Ê
ö#°yû˛ !¢Ó˚yÎ˚ ÓˆÏÎ˚ ÎyˆÏÓ !Ó£Ïy_´ ≤ÃÓy• ÈÙÙÈ
xyÓ˚ xy!ü ܲˆÏÓ˚ ÎyÓ xy!°Dö
≤Èϕ!°Ü˛yüÎ˚ ~ ˛õ,!ÌÓ#Ó˚ !ö¤%˛Ó˚
ˆ¢£Ï ÓyˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ üï˛ó
~ܲ ≤Õ§ˆÏöÓ˚ ˛Ü%˛¢#°Ó ˆ§ xyÓ˚ xy!ü–
ˆï˛yüyˆÏܲ ÈÙÙÈ ˆï˛yüyÓ˚ !öÓ≈yˆÏܲ ~•z ˛õ,!ÌÓ#ˆÏܲ–
ˆáˆÏ° ˆà!åÈ !öÓ˚hsˇÓ˚ ˆ≤Ãü ˆ≤Ãü ˆá°y–
ˆ§•z ˆá°y §!ï˛ƒ •° ΈÏÓ ÈÙÙÈ
ˆ§ xyÓ˚ Úˆ§Û ˆö•zó xy!üÄ ˆö•z Úxy!üÛ–
˛≤Õ§öÄ §!ï˛ƒ •Î˚ ï˛ˆÏÓ Ê

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í˛z£èï˛y
§%ühsˇ òy§
S!mï˛#Î˚ Ó£Ï≈ñ •z. •z.V

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í˛z£èï˛y ÓyÓ˚ ÓyÓ˚ ~ˆÏöˆÏåÈ ˆê˛ˆÏö
~•z Ó®# xyÓ˚ ˆ˛õy£Ïy §üyˆÏçÓ˚ ç#ÓˆÏö–

~Ó˚˛õÓ˚ ~ܲ!òö ÈÙÙÈ


ˆe´yôö°ñ ˆÓ˚˛y£Ïyö° xyˆÏüyâ !Óã˛yˆÏÓ˚
≤Ãyîñ û˛flø#û)˛ï˛ ܲÓ˚ˆÏÓ !¢Ó˚y í˛z˛õ!¢Ó˚y SÓÑ!ÓöV ò%!ö≈ÓyÓ˚ ˆÓˆÏà–
í˛z£èï˛yñ !ú˛ˆÏÓ˚ Îyܲó !ú˛ˆÏÓ˚ Îyܲ
˙ ~!flÒˆÏüyˆÏòÓ˚ âˆÏÓ˚ñ Óy!hflÏÓ˚ ≤ÃyˆÏîÈÙÙÈ≤ÃyˆÏîñ ˛õyˆÏ¢•z xy!åÈ
ˆÜ˛yöÄ í˛z°D ˆåȈϰÓ˚ ˆòˆÏ• xyÓ˚ ¢#ˆÏï˛ ˆçˆÏà í˛z!£¯Ï¢ ˆàyfl∫y!ü
Ìyܲy ܲyÓ˚Ä Ó˚yˆÏï˛ !ܲÇÓy ˆÜ˛yö xû˛yà#Ó˚ üˆÏöó S≤ÃÌü Ó£Ï≈ ñ !§.˛•z.V

í˛z£èï˛yñ ã˛y•zöy í˛z£èï˛y ˆòy°öyˆÏï˛ xyç ˆòyò%°ƒüyö ï%˛•zñ


§¡õˆÏÜ≈˛Ó˚ í˛z£èï˛yñ ≤Ãyã%˛ˆÏÎ≈ƒÓ˚ í˛z£èï˛y Óy í˛z£èï˛yÓ˚ üyÎ˚yÓ˚ ê˛yˆÏö ˆåÈyR ~ܲ ú%˛ˆÏ°Ó˚ üï˛ö ˆò•ñ
û˛yˆÏ°yÓy§yÓ˚ í˛z£èï˛yó !ú˛ˆÏÓ˚ Îyܲ ÈÙÙÈ SxyçV ≤ÃÌü ˆ§°%ˆÏ°yˆÏçÓ˚ §yˆÏÌ ˆï˛yˆÏܲ
§M˛ÈÎ˚# ÈÙÙÈ §Ç§yÓ˚# xyÓ˚ ܲy!Ó˚àÓ˚ˆÏòÓ˚ ˆò• üˆÏöó !ò°yü xyüyÓ˚ xy!°®û˛Ó˚y ˆfl¨•–
ï˛yÓ˚˛õÓ˚ ...
•yçyÓ˚ ÓåÈÓ˚ •Ñyê˛ˆÏï˛ ã˛yÎ˚ ˛õÌñ SxyçV öï%˛ö ˆ˛õy£ÏyˆÏܲ §y°ÇܲyÓ˚y ï%˛•zñ
˛õ,!ÌÓ#Ó˚Û ˛õˆÏÓ˚ í˛z£èï˛y•#öñ !öÓ˚&_y˛õ •ˆÏÎ˚ ... §¡∫° ÷ô% !ܲå%È xˆÏÓyôƒ fl∫Ó˚ñ
•yï˛ÈÙ˛õy ˆöˆÏí˛¸ çyöy§ üˆÏöÓ˚ ˆ«˛yû˛
xyçñ ˆï˛yˆÏܲ !öˆÏÎ˚•z í˛zÍ§Ó !òöû˛Ó˚–

!ö‹õy˛õ ˆã˛yˆÏáñ ˛õy¢Óy!°ˆÏ¢Ó˚ üyˆÏé˛ñ


üyÌyê˛y û˛yÓ˚# xy¢#Ó≈yˆÏòÓ˚ û˛yˆÏÓ˚ñ
ˆï˛yÓ˚ áƒy!ï˛ Îyܲ åÈ!í˛¸ˆÏÎ˚ !ÓŸªç%ˆÏí˛¸ñ
Sxy!üV ˛õyˆÏ¢•z xy!åÈñ •yçyÓ˚ üy•z° ò)ˆÏÓ˚–

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ˆ¢£Ï ܲÌy
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Sã˛ï%˛Ì≈ Ó£Ïñ≈ È •z.!§.•zV
xyˆÏ°y ˆåȈÏí˛¸ !òˆÏÎ˚ ˆàˆÏåÈ !¢áyñ
ÚÚ... §ˆÏB˛yˆÏã˛ çyöy•z xyç ü%?˛ •ˆÏï˛ ã˛y•zñ !üˆÏ̃ ˆÜ˛ˆÏöy çy!àˆÏÎ˚ Ó˚y!á ˆçò ÈÙÙÈ
ï˛y!ܲˆÏÎ˚!åÈ ò)Ó˚ ˆÌˆÏܲ ~ˆÏï˛y !òö xyüyˆÏòÓ˚ üyˆÏé˛ çß√ ˆöÎ˚ ˆÓ˚yç
≤ÃܲyˆÏ¢ƒ Ó!°!ö...ÈÛÛ çÎ˚ ˆàyfl∫yü#– ˛õyí˛¸ ˆû˛ˆÏä ÎyÄÎ˚y ˆã˛Ó˚y !ÓˆÏFåÈò–

ˆÎ §Ó ܲÌy Óyܲ# !åȈϰy Ó°yÓ˚ ÈÙÙÈ xyüyÓ˚ ܲyˆÏåÈ xyÓ˚ !ܲå%È•z ˆö•z Óy!ܲÈÙÙÈ
ï˛yÄ ˆï˛y ܲˆÏÓ !öˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈy ˆÜ˛ˆÏí˛¸ó ÷ô% ˆï˛yüyÓ˚ Ä•z ¢Ó˚#Ó˚ê%˛Ü%˛ åÈyí˛¸yñ
!ܲå%È•z !°áˆÏï˛ ˛õyÓ˚!åÈ öy ï˛y•z ü%ˆÏáy¢ á%ˆÏ° ˆÓ!Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚ ~ˆÏ§ ï%˛!ü
¢)öƒ ˛õyï˛y ã˛ˆÏ° Îy!FåÈ ˆåȈÏí˛¸– xyˆÏàÓ˚ üï˛ xyÓ˚ !òˆÏFåÈ öy ˆï˛y §yí˛¸y

ˆï˛yüyˆÏܲ §ÑˆÏ˛õ ˆòÄÎ˚y Ó˚y!e=ˆÏ°y Ä•z ˆë˛ÑyˆÏê˛ °yàyˆÏï˛ ˛õy!Ó˚!ö ˆëÑ˛yê˛ñ


ÈÙÙÙÙÈ xyÓ˚ ~!àˆÏÎ˚ !àˆÏÎ˚ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ !ö •ˆÏï˛ !òöó ˆü¢yˆÏï˛ ˛õy!Ó˚!ö Ä•z öÓ˚ü Ó%ˆÏܲ Ó%ܲ ÈÙÙÈ
!ï˛!üÓ˚ úÑ˛yˆÏ§ xyê˛ˆÏܲ ˛õˆÏí˛¸ ï˛yÓ˚yñ xyüyÓ˚ ˛õyˆÏ¢ •Ñyê˛ˆÏï˛ ÎyˆÏܲ ÷ô%ñ
§üˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ ܲyˆÏåÈ çüy ˆÓ˚ˆÏá ˆà° }î– •yÓ˚ öy üyöy ˆçò# ~ܲ x§%á–
~ ç#ÓˆÏöÓ˚ ÷ô% ç° ˆà° !üˆÏ¢ñ
!˛õåȈϰ !àˆÏÎ˚ xy!ü xyÓyÓ˚ ˆÎö !Ìï%˛ •ˆÏï˛ òyÄ xyüyÓ˚ û˛yÓöy=ˆÏ°yˆÏܲ
~ˆÏ§ ˛õˆÏí˛¸!åÈ •ë˛yÍ ~•z üyé˛ Óy•zˆÏ¢– ~ÓyÓ˚ Üœ˛y!hsˇ ˆû˛ˆÏä Ó,!‹T xy§%ܲ ˆöˆÏü ÈÙÙÈ
~!°ˆÏÎ˚ ˛õí˛¸y åÈyÎ˚yÓ˚ üï˛ö ï%˛!üñ
~ˆÏ°yˆÏüˆÏ°y ¢ˆÏ∑Ó˚ Ó,!‹T ˆú˛Ñyê˛y=ˆÏ°y ⁄ ç!í˛¸ˆÏÎ˚ ˆÌˆÏܲ xöƒ ܲyÓ˚&Ó˚ ˆ≤ÈÏü–
àyö •ˆÏÎ˚ ĈÏë˛ öy xyÓ˚ !ü!°ˆÏÎ˚ !òˆÏï˛ §%Ó˚ÈÙÙÈ
÷ô% é˛y˛õ§y •ˆÏï˛ ÌyˆÏܲ ÓƒÓôyö ÈÙÙÈ !ܲv •ë˛yÍ Ü˛ˆÏÓ˚ §%ˆÏï˛yÓ˚ üyˆÏé˛ Î!òñ
ÓÑyܲ å%ÈшÏÎ˚ ÎyÎ˚ ÈÙÙÈ ˆï˛yüyˆÏòÓ˚ x!ã˛ö˛õ%Ó˚– ~ˆÏö ˆú˛ˆÏ°y öï%˛ö ˆÜ˛yö !àÖê˛ÈÙÙÈ
çy° åÈy!í˛¸ˆÏÎ˚ ˆÓˆÏÓ˚yˆÏï˛ !àˆÏÎ˚ ܲöƒyó
˛õyÓ˚ •ˆÏÎ˚ ~ˆÏ§y ~•z ò)Ó˚cê%˛Ü%˛ ˆï˛yüyÓ˚ ˆòÄÎ˚yˆÏ° ˆë˛Ü˛ˆÏÓ öy ˆï˛y !˛õë˛⁄
˛õyÓ˚ •ˆÏÎ˚ ~ˆÏ§y ˆüâ˛õ%FåÈôyÓ˚# ˆÜ˛Ü˛yñ
xy!ü xyÓ˚ Ü˛ï˛ !°áˆÏÓy ӈϧ ӈϧ ˆ§!òö Î!ò ~ܲ°y Ó˚yï˛ çyˆÏày ÈÙÙÈ
~•z xˆÏÓ°yÎ˚ñ xyüyÓ˚ ˆüâò)ï˛ ~ܲy ~ܲyñ ĈÏë˛y üôƒ ÎyˆÏüÓ˚ Ó˚yö#ñ
Ó%é˛ˆÏï˛ ˛õyí˛¸ˆÏÓ !ܲ ⁄ xyüyˆÏܲ ò%ÛˆÏã˛yˆÏá
Ó˚y!eÓ˚ !ö!Óí˛¸ åÈ® ˆ˛õ!Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚ ~ˆÏ§ xy!ü ü%?˛ï˛y ÓÑyôy !åȈϰy ÈÙÙÈ
ܲáˆÏöyñ ˆò!á!ö öï%˛ö §)Î≈ƒ Äë˛y ˆû˛yˆÏÓ˚ ÈÙÙÈ ˆï˛yüyˆÏܲ û˛yˆÏ°yÓy§yÓ˚ ö#Ó˚Ó ˛õyÓ˚yö#–
ï˛Ó% ˆ§•z xˆÏòáy xyˆÏ°y ӈϰ ˆàˆÏåÈ ˆï˛yüyÎ˚ Ó°ˆÏï˛ ˛õy!Ó˚!ö ÈÙÙÈ Ó°ˆÏï˛ ˛õy!Ó˚!ö ÈÙÙÈ
xyüyÎ˚ ÈÙÙÈ ˆï˛yüyÓ˚ ˆ≤Ã!üܲ ˆçyê˛yÓ˚ áÓÓ˚– ... Ó°ˆÏï˛ ˛õ!Ó˚!ö

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S Ó yï˛ƒñ ≤ÈÏï˛ƒÜ˛ öï%˛ö xyˆÏ°yÓ˚ ≤ÕÓ˚–
ï%˛!ü•zñ xyüyÓ˚ ˆÓшÏã˛ ÌyܲyÓ˚ ~ܲüye x•ÇܲyÓ˚V ï%˛!ü •Î˚ï˛ ˆû˛ˆÏÓ!åȈϰñ
xy!ü ˆ§•z ≤’y!fiê˛Ü˛ñ ÎyˆÏܲ
2ÈÙÙÈ9 ˆÓ˚yˆÏò ÓyˆÏç ˆ˛õyí˛¸yˆÏöy ÎyÎ˚ öy
ˆ¢Ô!û˛Ü˛ Ó˚Ç ˆÎ ܲáö•z åÈy•z ˆÓ˚ˆÏá ˆ¢£Ï •Î˚ öyñ
S4Ì≈ Ó£Ï≈ñ •z.!§.•z.V ˆï˛yüyÓ˚ àöàˆÏö xÑyˆÏã˛ñ ˆï˛yüyˆÏܲ
ÓyˆÏçÎ˚yÆ Ü˛ˆÏÓ˚åÈ xyüyÓ˚ fl∫≤¿§Ω˛Óy üö !Ó£Ïy_´ ܲˆÏÓ˚•z ÎyÓ˚ ü%!_´–
xy!üÄ ˆã˛yá ˆú˛Ó˚yˆÏï˛ ã˛y•z!öñ !ܲv xy!ü ÷ô% åÈyÎ˚y á%Ñçï˛yü–
ˆú˛Ó˚ï˛ ˆ˛õˆÏï˛ ˆï˛yüyÓ˚ xq$ï˛ ã˛yí˛z!ö– xyܲyˆÏ¢ Äí˛¸y ˛õyá#ˆÏòÓ˚ xö%§Ó˚ˆÏîñ
ï˛y•z Îáöñ xyüyÓ˚ çöƒ ˆï˛yüyÓ˚ ˆ¢£Ï •y!§ åÈyÎ˚yê%˛Ü%˛Ó˚ ˆ°yˆÏû˛•z åÈ%ê˛ˆÏï˛ ÷Ó˚& ܲÓ˚°yü–
áˆÏ§ ˛õˆÏí˛¸ !ü!°ˆÏÎ˚ ˆà° §yàˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ çˆÏ°ñ ˆÜ˛yö ~ܲ ˆ¢Ü˛ˆÏí˛¸ ˆ•Ñyã˛ê˛ ˆá°yüñ
§Ñyï˛yÓ˚ öy ˆçˆÏöÄ xy!ü éÑ˛y˛õ !ò°yü– ˆòÔí˛¸ Ìyü°– àyˆÏåÈÓ˚ í˛yˆÏ° ˆáÑyã˛y °yà°ñ
˙ •y!§ê%˛Ü%˛ áÑ%ˆÏç ˆ˛õˆÏï˛– •yÓ%í˛%Ó% ˆá°yü– •*òÎ˚ úÑ%˛ˆÏí˛¸ ˆÓ!í˛¸ˆÏÎ˚ ~° ÓòÓ˚_´ ÈÙÙÙÙÈ
ˆã˛yˆÏá ¢ƒyÄ°y xyÓ˚ !àˆÏ° ˆú˛°y ≤ÃÌü ˆåÈyӈϰÓ˚ !Ó£Ï ˆü¢yˆÏöy–
x˛õüyö !öˆÏÎ˚ xyüyÓ˚ K˛yö !ú˛Ó˚°– ¢ï˛ˆÏã˛‹TyˆÏï˛Ä ˆ§•z Ó˚_´˛õyï˛ xy!ü
ï˛yÓ˚˛õÓ˚ ˆÌˆÏܲ ÓyÓ˚ÓyÓ˚ñ ÌyüyˆÏï˛ ˛õy!Ó˚!ö–
ÚxyˆÏ°y ˆû˛ˆÏÓñ ˛õˆÏí˛¸ ˆà!åÈÈÙÙÈ x¶˛Ü˛yˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ Ü˛ÓˆÏ°ñÛ ˆÎüö ˛õy!Ó˚!öñ xyüyÓ˚ !Óܲ° ê˛y•zü ˆü!¢ö
xyÓ˚ ÓƒÌ≈ ˆã˛‹Ty ܲˆÏÓ˚!åÈñ ˆ§•z §Ó !Ó˛õIöܲ í˛zˆÏÓ˚ !ú˛ˆÏÓ˚ ˆÎˆÏï˛ ò,!‹T˛õyˆÏï˛Ó˚ ≤ÃÌü ü%•)ˆÏï≈˛–
áyˆÏò ˆ§ï%˛ ÓÑyôyÓ˚ÈÙÙÈ ÎyÓ˚ xöƒ ≤ÃyˆÏhsˇ ï%˛!ü– ¢ÑyáÈÙÙÈârê˛y §¢ˆÏ∑ ÓyçˆÏ°Ä
xyüyÓ˚ fl∫ˆÏ≤¿Ó˚ Ó˚*˛õܲÌyñ xyÓ˚ ˆï˛yüyÓ˚ ÓyhflψÏÓÓ˚ ¢y!hsˇ á%ÑçˆÏï˛ á%ÑçˆÏï˛ üyö%£Ï ˆÎüö
í˛zˆÏ˛õ«˛yÓ˚ üyˆÏé˛ñ ÓÑyô §y!çˆÏÎ˚ !òˆÏÎ˚åÈ– ˆ§•z ü!®ˆÏÓ˚•z xyˆÏ§ñ
xy!ü xˆÏ˛õ«˛y ܲˆÏÓ˚!åÈ öï%˛ö fl∫ˆÏ≤¿Ó˚ çöƒñ xy!ü ˆï˛yüyÓ˚ ܲyˆÏåÈ ˆà!åÈ–
ÎyÓ˚y çüˆÏï˛ çüˆÏï˛ ~ܲ!òö í˛z˛õ‰ˆÏåÈ !àˆÏÎ˚
x!ï˛e´ü ܲÓ˚ˆÏÓ ˙ ÓÑyˆÏôÓ˚ ≤Ã!ï˛ˆÏÓ˚yô ê%˛Ü%˛Ä– ï˛áö ï%˛!ü ܲyÌy !òˆÏÎ˚ !˛õˆÏ£Ï !˛õˆÏ£Ï
xyüyˆÏܲ çƒyhsˇ üy!ê˛ˆÏï˛ ˆàшÏÌ !òˆÏÎ˚ ˆàˆÏ°–
ܲy¢ú%˛° ˆòáˆÏ°•z ˆÎüö ¢Ó˚Í ˆã˛öy ÎyÎ˚ñ ~ܲÓyÓ˚ !ú˛ˆÏÓ˚Ä ˆòáˆÏ° öy–
ˆï˛yüyˆÏܲ ˆòˆÏá xyüyÓ˚ Ó§hsˇ !ã˛ˆÏö!åÈ°yü– xÓ%é˛ Ü%˛Ü%˛Ó˚ÈÙÙ ˆ¢Î˚y° üy!ê˛ •yï˛ˆÏí˛¸
xyüyÓ˚ §yüyöƒ •zFåÈyˆÏòÓ˚ ˆï˛yüyÓ˚ xyüyÎ˚ x¶˛Ü˛yÓ˚ ˆã˛öy°–
xyܲyˆÏ¢•z Äí˛¸yˆÏï˛ ã˛y•z°yü– ˆ§•z x¶˛Ü˛yÓ˚ ˆë˛ˆÏ° xyˆÏhflÏ xyˆÏhflÏ í˛zˆÏë˛!åÈ–
˛õ%ˆÏí˛¸ ÎyÄÎ˚yÓ˚ û˛ˆÏÎ˚ñ §Ó @ˇÃ••z §)ˆÏÎ≈Ó˚ §yˆÏÌ §D# ÷ô% Ó˚yï˛˛õyá# ˛õуyã˛yñ
ò)Ó˚c ˆÓ˚ˆÏá ˛õyܲ áyÎ˚– °-#Ó˚ ˛õyˆÏÎ˚ çyÎ˚àyê%˛Ü%˛Ó˚ çöƒñ ˆÎ
xy!ü !öû≈˛ˆÏÎ˚ ܲ«˛ã˛ƒ)ï˛ •ˆÏÎ˚ ~!àˆÏÎ˚ Ó˚yˆÏï˛Ä â%üyˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ öy–
ˆà°yü ˆï˛yüyÓ˚ !òˆÏܲñ ˆï˛yüyÓ˚ !Óܲ£Ï≈ˆÏöÓ˚ ~ÓyÓ˚ •Î˚ï˛ Úï%˛!üÛ xy§ˆÏÓ–
ˆçyí˛¸ x@ˇÃy•ƒ ܲˆÏÓ˚– xy!ü û˛#£Ïö Üœ˛yhsˇ– §yÓ˚yÓ˚yï˛ â%ü •Î˚!ö–
ï˛ï˛«˛ˆÏî ÷ˆÏܯ˛y •ˆÏÎ˚ ˆà!åÈ– !¢!¢ˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ û˛yˆÏÓ˚ñ ˆã˛yˆÏáÓ˚ ˛õyï˛y û˛yÓ˚# •ˆÏFåÈ–
xyÓ˚ ~ˆÏàyˆÏï˛ öy ˆ˛õˆÏÓ˚ñ Sxy¢yÈÙÙÈ â%ˆÏüÓ˚ üˆÏôƒ•z xyüyÓ˚ Ó˚yï˛çyày !Ó£Ïyò á%ˆÏê˛ á%ˆÏê˛ áy܉˛
ˆï˛yüyˆÏܲ•z ˆû˛ˆÏÓ ÓˆÏ§!åÈ ˆüâ– í˛zˆÏ˛õy£Ï# ˆÜ˛yö ܲyܲ–ÈÈV
Äü!ö ï%˛!ü °%ܲyˆÏöy !Óò%ƒÍ åÈÑ%ˆÏí˛¸ Úï%˛!üÛ •Î˚ï˛ x§yüyöƒyñ ï%˛°öy•#öy–
xyüyÎ˚ é˛Ñyé˛Ó˚y ܲˆÏÓ˚ !ò°– !ܲv ˆÜ˛üö ܲˆÏÓ˚ñ
˛õ%ˆÏÓ˚y˛õ%!Ó˚ ˛õ%!í˛¸!ö ˆòˆÏá ˆòáÓ Úˆï˛yüyÎ˚Û ÈÙÙÙÙÈ öï%˛ö ˆû˛yÓ˚⁄
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öy ˆòáy Ó˚yï˛ ~ÓÇ.......... fl∫≤¿ §Ω˛Ó
˜§Ü˛ï˛ Óy܉˛ã˛#
S ã˛ï%˛Ì≈ Ó£Ï≈ñ !§. •zV

~ܲê˛y ~ܲê˛y üyÎ˚yÓ# Ó˚yï˛ xyˆÏ§ñ


~ܲê˛y xyˆÏ°y 絈ϰ §yÓ˚y Ó˚yï˛ñ
~ܲ˛õy ~ܲ˛õy •Ñyê˛ˆÏï˛ Ìy!ܲ xy!üÈÙÙÙÙÈ
üyˆÏé˛ ˆÜ˛Ó° ~ܲê%˛ áy!ö •yï˛
~ܲê%˛ ܲÌy xˆÏöܲê˛y ˛õÌ í˛yˆÏܲñ
~ܲ ˆòÔˆÏí˛¸ ˆÏ˛õˆÏÓ˚y•z âyˆÏ§Ó˚ Óö–
xyܲy¢ Ü%˛§%ü ܲ“öyÈÙÙÈÓ˚ä ì˛yˆÏ°ñ
é˛í˛¸ í˛zë˛ˆÏÓÈÙÙÈû˛yÓˆÏï˛ ÌyˆÏܲ üö–
ò,!‹T xyüyÓ˚ ò,!‹TˆÏ°yˆÏܲÓ˚ xyˆÏà–
û˛yÓöyñ ܲÌyÈÈÙÙÙÙȧӕz ˆÎö çyöy–
xò,‹T ~ܲ Ó‡◊&ï ˛åÈ˛ÑyˆÏò
à“ ˆÓyˆÏö ˛õï˛DÈÙÙÈüö í˛yöy–
àyˆÏåÈÓ˚ ˆòˆÏ• xÓ˚*˛õÓ˚ï˛ö ˆ§ ˆÜ˛í˛zñ
xÓ˚îƒ ï˛yÓ˚ ˆÏòÄÎ˚y° ˆï˛y°y âÓ˚–
x¶˛Ü˛yˆÏÓ˚ xÓ˚ˆÏîƒ xyç ~ܲyÈÙÙÈ
~•z ˛õ,!ÌÓ#ÈÙÙÙÙÈ xyüÓ˚y ˛õÓ˚flõÓ˚–
à•ö •° àû˛#Ó˚ ~ ≤Ãyî ã˛°yÈÙÙÈ
~ܲ°y ~ˆÏëÑ˛yê˛ í%˛Ó !òˆÏï˛ ï˛y•z í˛yˆÏܲ–
~ Ÿªy§ àû˛#Ó˚ñÈÙÙÈ ~ Ÿªy§ ܲÑyˆÏ˛õ û˛ˆÏÎ˚ÈÙÙÈ
ܲyö ˛õy!ï˛ ï˛y•zÈ ÙÙÙÙÈ ~ í˛yܲ ï˛ˆÏÓ Ü˛yˆÏܲÊ
~ܲ°y ~Ûüö ˆüˆÏâÓ˚ üˆÏï˛yñ ï˛Ó%
Ó˚yˆÏï˛Ó˚ Óyï˛y§ åÈyÎ˚yÓ˚ üˆÏï˛y û˛yÓ˚#–
Ó yï˛ƒ ~çö ~•z üyÎ˚y Ó˚yï˛ ˆ˛õˆÏÎ˚
xˆÏöܲ ܲÌyÎ˚ •y!Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚ ˆÎˆÏï˛•z ˛õy!Ó˚–
§üÎ˚ •ÑyˆÏê˛ñ §üÎ˚ ܲyˆÏê˛ ˆû˛y°yÓ˚ÈÙÙÙÙÈ
ú%˛ˆÏÓ˚yÎ˚ xyܲy¢ xyˆÏ°yÓ˚ xyâyï˛ åÈÑ%ˆÏÎ˚–
ˆû˛yˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ ~ ú%˛°ÈÙÙÙÙȈÏû˛yˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ !¢!¢Ó˚ ~ܲy
~ܲê˛y ˛õyï˛y ~ܲê%˛ xyˆÏ§ ö%ˆÏÎ˚–
ú%˛ˆÏÓ˚yÎ˚ ~ §Ó §y•§ ܲÓ˚y û%˛°
üö â%ˆÏüyˆÏ° §!ï˛ƒ xyÓyÓ˚ çyˆÏà–
!üˆÏ̃ÈÙÙÈ ˛õ%Ó˚&£Ï xyÓyÓ˚ •ˆÏÓ ˆòáy
~•z ˛õ,!ÌÓ#Ó˚ ~ܲ ˛õ,!ÌÓ# xyˆÏà–
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Hear the soul cries here
Sourav Sen
(3rd Yr. Electrical Engg.)

Wanted to dwell in a calm Earth,


Wanted to play win flowers in
a peaceful morning - a few days more!
Same like a sailor who wants to sail
his boat in a calm sea.

with no extraordinary idea to


think beyond the ordinary belief ...
But alas !
Like the passage of angel’s tear...
my time was over...
I was to go !

No... please leave the alone!


... a few days more...
let me smell the air here;
Let me taste the Joy & Sorrow;
Let me ... a few days more!
Cried my heart!
Love Towards Nature
But alas! all in vain!
Too short our trip here ...
Lakra Sherpa
you were over the telephone, (First Year, C.E )
so, I had to pick the phone up...
I had to ... I had to answer your call ! For sea, blue sky or star at night
Still my heart cries ... for a shadow shaded picheres very much bright
few days more ! Height of the hills or the level soil
All have love amoung to which dwell.

Showrs speading the silence everywhere


snowcapped mountains kissing the fair
villages deeply sleeping with dew and fog
only the like, it’s the wonderful love.

It is the nature very lovely and dear


Too close in duty is very very near
Who shall alter its cycle is ride.
Many generations may perish or hide.

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—FF—FU º]PŒF‹FF
ŸFŒºŒFF ıF]ŸŸFF
(1st Yr. E.C.E)

EFPäFfi ¤F ⁄FFŒöW, ⁄FJfi °FŒ¤F P·FJö]


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‹FX —FF—FU ıFkıFFfi, ‹FX —FF—FU º]PŒF‹FF ÇÅıFfiU ˘WfiFYk ¤F
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çFfiUŸFÇÅX òFX©, çFfiUŸFÇÅX Ê‹FªFF ÕFŒFU·FFGa ÇWÅ ªFF˘F ö
‹FX —FF—FU ıFkıFFfi, ‹FX —FF—FU º]PŒF‹FF¤FF çFfiUŸFÇÅX ËFXFµF öóó

ÕFŒFF∞h‹F —FPfiÊFFfi ıFXòºöŒFh ˘°F]fi ËFXFµF çFfiFYk ¤F


çFfiUŸFÇÅX ÕFfi¤FF ıFXòºöŒFh ˘°F]fi ÇÅıFfiU ¤FfiFYk ¤Fó öX©X °FUÊFŒF
‹FX —FPfiÊFWËF¤FF, ‹FX çFfiUŸFºWËF¤FF, ÕFŒFU fi çFfiUŸF öŒFhó
—FW¤FF ∞X¤FF ‹FX·¤FX
(1st Yr. I.T)
⁄FWº⁄FFÊF ˘©W, ºWËFÊFFıFU ıFŸFY ıF¤F]ŒŒF∂F CŒFW öŒFóó

ıFŸFY¤FF ˘F¤FU JÇÅ ıF¤FFŒF ⁄FJ, “Ç_ÅP∂F ˘FcıºPöŒFh


ıF]Œºfi °FUÊFŒF º]Ga PºŒFÇÅX
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¤F]˘Ffi öX—FWfió
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JÇÅ PºŒF EFHcö ∂‹Fı∂FX °FŸF
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˘F¤FeX öX©X °FUÊFŒFóó

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ÇWÅ P∂F¤FU ıF]äFU ŸFŒ‹FFY ?
Pº—FWËF ÇÅFP·FÊFX©W
(4th Yr. E.C.E)

¤FWfiX ¤F]©]¤FF JH©F °ÊF·FF¤F]äFU °FŒ¤FJfi,


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J ıF]Œºfi ÇÅXP—F·FF ÇWÅ P∂F¤FU ıF]äFU ŸFŒ‹FFY ?

Bº‹FÇÅX EŒ∂FıÇÅfiµFŸFF© ·FUŒF ËFŸº ⁄FWk© çFfiWkªFW


JHŒFF ˘ÊFFÇÅX ŸFŒFFıFıFkçF ËFŸº˘fl ¤FÇÅFc˘F P◊Å∂FFa EFJ,
fi ıFFªF¤FF P·FJfi EFJ JH©F *]·FX EFkÕFU
∂‹FıF¤FF J çFXP—F·FF ÇWÅ P∂F¤FU ıF]äFU ŸFŒ‹FFY ? !Óã˛yÓ˚
üyöÓ Ü%˛üyÓ˚ !§ö‰•y
°F·F P—FJfi —FPŒF ¤F EF°F fiçF∂FÇÅX EFcËF[ ŸF˘FGafi˘Yö] S≤ÃÌü Ó£Ï≈ÈÙÙÈ!§. •z.V
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∂‹FıFY·FW J ÇWÅP—F·FF ÇWÅ P∂F¤FU ıF]äFU ŸFŒ‹FFY ? •ë˛yÍ ã˛y!Ó˚!òˆÏܲ Ú˛õê˛Ü˛yÛ ú˛yê˛°–
ã˛y!Ó˚!òˆÏܲ ˆôÑyÎ˚y
P∂F¤FeX ıF]çFŒÕF·FW ıFkıFFfi ⁄FfiWfi °FFEXıF, ï˛yÓ˚•z üˆÏôƒ ˆòáy !ò°ñ
°FUÊFŒF ˘XıF JÇÅ ıF]Œºfi PÊF—FŒFF, üyˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ Ó˚_´üyáy °y¢–
‹F˘U ŒFg ö ¤FWfiX GaËFÊFfi ıFkçFÇÅX “FªFaŒFF ˛õ%ˆÏí˛¸ ò?˛ •ˆÏÎ˚ ÎyˆÏFåÈ ¢•Ó˚–
¤FWfiX ıFºYÊFÇÅX GaËFfi ıFkçFÇÅX “FªFaŒFF ... üÓ˚ˆÏåÈ üyö%£Ïñ hflÏ∏˛ •ˆÏFåÈ Ó˚yç˛õÌ–
鲰ˆÏ§ ÎyˆÏFåÈ üyǧó
ÜÑ˛%ܲˆÏí˛¸ ÎyˆÏFåÈ ¢Ó˚#Ó˚–
!¢÷ê˛y çyöˆÏï˛ ˛õyÓ˚° öyñ Ó%é˛ˆÏï˛Ä ˛õyÓ˚° öyñ
•ë˛yÄ ˆÏ§ ÚxöyÌÛ •ˆÏÎ˚ ˆà°–
xû˛yày ~•z ˆòˆÏ¢ ܲˆÏÓ í˛zë˛ˆÏÓ §)Î≈
ܲˆÏÓ ü%_´ •Ó xyüÓ˚y ⁄
ü%_´ ⁄ •Î˚ˆÏï˛y •Ó–
•Î˚ˆÏï˛y Óy •Ó öy–
ˆÜ˛ö ⁄
xy§ˆÏ° §Ó !Óã˛yÓ˚ ˆï˛y ï˛yÓ˚y•z ܲˆÏÓ˚
ÎyˆÏòÓ˚ §•ç ˆòáy ˆüˆÏ° öy
!ܲv Ú‡Ü%˛üÛ ˆ¢yöy ÎyÎ˚–

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“Geometry of Life”
Amit Kumar
(3rd Yr. CSE)

They ‚say it moves in circles


No begining, no end.
Still there is a one degree obstacle
To conquer at each bend.
Life’s circles don’t turn out to be cancentric,
The geometry can be much more eccentric.

The circle is a perfection one never reaches,


The cobwebs around you hold you back.
Struggling between oblongitude and ellipricity
shufling between white, grey and black.
Love suffocates in the confines of a triangle,
the three corners remain far away.
The lines seperating them never yield.
Still these are love triangles they say...
The topmost brick of the pyramid,
Reached these by trampling the ones below.
No it stands alone at the top
why does victory feel so hollow ?
shapes change,
As fast as images in a kaleidoscope
Distorted angles result in new dimensions,
much like the seasons of derpair and hop.
You wake up to shape your life everyday.
“It moves in circles” they still say..

Santa ki shadi ek nurse se hui


Banta : Kaisi nibh rahei hai
Santa : Puch mat yaar, Jab tak sister ne kahu bolti hi nahi

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!Óï˛Ü≈˛
ÓyÇ°y Óƒyu˛ñ ÓyÇ°y àyˆÏöÓ˚ û˛!ӣσï˛
§%ühsˇ òy§ S!mï˛#Î˚ Ó£Ï≈ñ • z.•zV
x!û˛!çÍ ˆã˛Ôô%Ó˚# S!mï˛#Î˚ Ó£Ï≈ñ •zz.•zV
˛õˆÏ«˛

àyöˆÏܲ Î!ò xyüÓ˚y §ÇK˛y!Î˚ï˛ Ü˛Ó˚yÓ˚ ˛≤ÈãÏ ˛‹Ty ܲ!Ó˚ñ ï˛ˆÏÓ Ó°y ˆÎˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ ܲÌyÈÙÙÈ §%ÓÈ˚ ÙÙÈÎsf xyÓ˚ xyˆÏÓˆÏàÓ˚ ˆü°
Ó¶˛ˆÏö•z •° àyö à#ï˛#ܲyÓ˚ §üyçñ üyö%£ñÏ ï˛yˆÏòÓ˚ ò%Éá ˆÓòöy !ܲÇÓy xyö® û˛yˆÏ°yÓy§yÓ˚ ü%•ï) ˛≈ ñ ≤Ã!ï˛ú˛!°ï˛ ܲˆÏÓ˚ Óï≈˛üyöˆÏܲñ
ç#ÓöˆÏܲ ˆòÎ˚ ˆÜ˛yö !ӈϢ£Ï Óyï≈˛y !ܲ¡∫y ‡!¢Î˚y!Ó˚– §%ï˛Ó˚yÇ ˆ§ xˆÏÌ≈ àyöˆÏܲ §üyç Ä §üˆÏÎÓ˚ ˚ ≤Ã!ï˛ú˛°Ü˛ Ó°y ÎyÎ˚–
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x!ôܲyÓ˚ ܲˆÏÓ!˚ åÈ° ÓyÇ°y àyö– ï˛ˆÏÓ ˆÎ!òö !ܲˆÏ¢yÓÈ̊ÙÙÈ ˆ•ühsˇ üyߨyÈÙÙȧ¶˛ƒyÈÙÙÈxyÓ˚ï˛# xyÓ˚ üyô)Ó#˚ Ó˚ •yï˛ ôˆÏÓ˚ ˆÎ §%Óî≈Έ% àÏ Ó˚ §)ã˛öy
•ˆÏÎ!˚ åÈ° ÓyÇ°y àyˆÏöÓ˚ çàˆÏï˛ñ fliy!˛õï˛ •ˆÏÎ!˚ åÈ° û˛!ӣσˆÏï˛Ó˚ ˆÏ§ !û˛!_ ≤ÃhflÓÏ ñ˚ ܲyˆÏ°Ó˚ ܲÓ˚yâyˆÏï˛ ï˛y xyç !Ó°#ö •ˆÏΈ˚ åÏ È–
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ÓƒÌ≈ Óï≈˛üyˆÏöÓ˚ ˆ§!rê˛ˆÏürê˛ ˆÜ˛ öyí˛¸y !òˆÏï˛ – ú˛ˆÏ° ï˛yÓ˚yÄ !òˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ !ö ÓyÇ°y àyˆÏö ˆÜ˛yö Ä ~ܲ öï%˛ö !ò¢yÓ˚ §¶˛yö– ï˛y•z
ÓyÇ°y ÓƒyˆÏu˛Ó˚ !ÓÓ˚&ˆÏk˛ ~ܲ!òö ÎyÓ˚y xy˛õ!_Ó˚ •yï˛ ï%˛ˆÏ°!åÈ°ñ ï˛yˆÏòÓ˚Ä ˆ¢ˆÏ£Ï xy◊Î˚ !öˆÏï˛ •ˆÏΈ˚ åÏ È ˆ§•z ÓyÇ°y ÓƒyˆÏu˛Ó˚ àyˆÏö–
xyÓ˚ ÷ô% ˆòˆÏ¢ öÎ˚ñ !ÓˆÏòˆÏ¢Ä ÓyÇ°y àyˆÏöÓ˚ ˛õ!Ó˚!ã˛!ï˛ Ó°ˆÏï˛ ˆ§•z ÓyÇ°y Óƒyu˛– ~ܲܲ !¢“# Óy ÓyÇ°y !§ˆÏöüyÓ˚
àyˆÏöÓ˚ ˆã˛ˆÏÎ˚ ÓƒyˆÏu˛Ó˚ àyö•z ˆ§áyˆÏö ˆÓ!¢ xyˆÏÓòö Ó˚yˆÏá– xyÓ˚ ÓyÇ°yàyö Ó°ˆÏï˛ ÷ô% ~˛õyÓ˚ ÓyÇ°yÓ˚ àyö•z öÎ˚ñ IJõyÓ˚
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BAND SONGS: THE FACE OF BENGALI MUSIC?
Arnab Sarkar
1st Year [IT]
Debate (Against)

"Our sweetest songs are those which tells us about our saddest thoughts"-
John Keats. Really songs have a deep impact in human being's life. The soft ones
soothes us, inspiring ones encourages us, emotional ones brings us to tears, romantic
ones makes our love stronger, devotional ones makes us pray and patriotic ones unite
us. Collection of all the qualities can be experienced in listening to Bengali traditional
music.

The pens of Kabiguru Rabindranath Tagore, Kabi Nazrullslam and many more
have produced immortal compositions. Singers like Hemanta Mukheerjee, Manna Dey,
Shyamal Mitra, Sandhya Mukhyopadhya and many more have added some extra flavour
to it. Their work was so great that it is the only Indian language to win a noble prize. They
are indeed the real face of Bengali music.

A few west influenced people has polluted those evergreen creations. They are
none other than the "Band songs", full of loud noisy music accompanied by meaning-
less lyrics. Moreover, their vulgarism during their stage performance is quite devastat-
ing. Most of their compositions are copied from western band songs or from Bangladeshi
folk music. They really lack in originality. They are so disgusting that they can't be a part
of Bengali music.

Band songs are practiced and praised by only a little section of people on our
country that too youth who likes to jump and dance to those meaningless songs. All the
music loving and practicing persons sing the traditional and classical songs not the
band songs. Moreover, all the lead vocals ofthe bands are well trained classical music,
which proves the dependency of band music on the classical and tradition music. Then
how can band songs can be the identity of Bengali music?

Bengali music is incomplete without the folk music. Baul, bataili, bhawayi and
kirtanis are an integral part of Bengali music. Rabindra sangeet being one of the world's
best creations still has an increasing demand even 80 years of its origin. Research
work in Rabindra sangeet is still going on. People from abroad come to India to learn
this music. It's just irreplaceable by the cheap "Band songs".

Tollywood music has been a big part of Bengali music with its evergreen cre-
ation has been a well appreciated throughout the country. The immortal works by S.D.
Barman, R.D. Barman, Shyamal Mitra and Hemanta Mukherjee have already popular-
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ized the Bengali music. There work is still played, heard and well appreciated throught
the country. There works are being carried forward by composers like Neel Dutta, Jeet
Ganguly and Santonu Moitra with their popular numbers. The modern albums and filmy
music is laying a mile stone to Bengali music.

Band songs can be compared to a cyclone, which tries to destroy everything in


a short span of time. It's a calamity which is trying to affect our heritage. But, a culture of
300 years can't be affected by it. It's still standing stiff and still. Bengali songs are very
rich in culture and tradition. Band songs involve shouting and noisy music which not
only affects our brains but damages our heart. They have no variation at all, just the
same rocking monotonous music in all the songs.

The musical awards including Grammy and the National award received by
the Bengalis were for the filmy, folk sangeet and the traditional songs, there have been
no awards received for the band songs. This shows the more appreciation of the band
songs throughout our country or the entire world.

The band songs lack in originality the lack the real definition of songs. The real
beauty of songs can be felt in listening to the traditional Bengali songs. All those hauling
and shaky songs can never replace those songs. All the Bengali compositions have
been empowered by the wonderful lyrics of poets, which have indeed added a grea~
flavor to it.

Moreover, the difference in the environment during a band performance and a


traditional song performance is indeed noticeable. Most of the band members perform
in intoxicated position, with all its drug addict members make a mess of it. Whereas in
a Rabindra sangeet performance one could easily visualize the beauty of nature and
enjoy it in good environment. Performances of Indranil, Shrikanto Acharya, Nachiketa
and many more gives the spectators a very beautiful time to enjoy and relish the Bengali
songs.

In no ways can Band songs can be face of Bengali music. It's just hampering
our culture. Our songs are very rich and well appreciated throughout the world. The
songs, two among which are national anthem of two countries India and Bangladesh
its own identity. Rasbindra sangeet and Nazrul geet along with modern songs still con-
tinues to be its identity and will continue till life exists.

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BAND SONGS: THE FACE OF BENGALI MUSIC?
Santonab Majumder (3rd year EE)
Malini Ghosal (3rd year EE)
Debate (For)

In late 1970s, a new concept was introduced in Bengali music that is "Bangla
Band". Why was it different from the other genres of Bengali music like "Adhunik gaan"
or main stream movie films, or "Rabindra Sangeet"? Actually it was a brand new con-
cept. Firstly, singing became a team project rather than a solo one. Each member of a
band is supposed to be of equal importance or dominance. There was a perfect blend
of Bengali folk, western country music and other unconventional as well as mainstream
genres. However, the most significant change was in lyrics! For the first time, a song
was telling a story of daily life, politics, and society. Songs became rebellious like what
happened in the time of Bob Dylan in America in '60s. From then on the experiments
with tunes, instruments and compositions; lyrics telling stories; fusion of culture has
never come to a cease; be it for the case of Mohiner Ghoraguli in 70s or Cactus or
Fossils of today.
However, main objections the cynics bring against this Bangla Band culture are
mainly two. Firstly, it is "blind imitation" from the West. Regarding this, I would like to
remind that, it is not a new thing either! What about R. D. Burman, Salil Chowdhury and
even Rabindranath? They all adopted from western tunes and gracefully molded it into
very nice creations I Thus Bengali culture has never ever been too conservative to allow
any influence from alien culture. And this is why Bengali culture is cherished throughout
the world as a versatile and rich, yet liberal culture.
And secondly, they say that the lyrics of the so called Bengali band music lack depth.
Yeah, no doubt that not all the creations in this field are always up to the mark but it
happens in the case of every genre of music or any other means of art that a certain
section produces petty stuff, so there's no justification of generalizing. However, they
write song in day to day language, speak in the words of common people and talk of
common place stuff but that shouldn't necessarily imply that their philosophy is also
cliched I In very simple language they speak of intricate details of turmoil, want, love of
urban life or rather, life and people like it. Every new concept introduced in a culture
must face some criticism. It doesn't mean anything bad.
Every culture evolves through ages. And this evolution is natural, you can't make
a culture forcefully "evolve" or "adopt"! This process is immune to any criticism. So this
is no exception for Bengali music too. As a natural process Bengali music has adopted
Bangla Band. So it is irrelevant if we denounce Bangla Band. It is clear from its craze
that it is going to rule for next few decades! So discussing in a closed chamber or
theorizing concepts won't lead us to the answer of our question: whether this Bangla
Band is the future of Bengali music? And who is going to answer this? Look out! You'll
get your answer. The whole youth out your door is dancing to the tunes of "prithibita naki
chhoto hotey hotey", or "ekla ghor" or "shei je holud pakhi" and all. They find it as if their
'souls are speaking. Not only the youth, everyone is started appreciating it. So, got your
answer? Jai Ho Bangla Band!
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EP⁄FËFF—F “∂FU∂F ˘X∂FF ˘Yó
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ŸF]fiF ˘X∂FF ˘Yó GıF ıF¤F‹F ÕF¤FFaŒÕF∂FF ıFW H∂—FŒŒF áFW∑FÊFFº G∂FŒFF “ŸF·F ˘X çF‹FF ˘Y PÇÅ PÇÅıFU º[ıFfiW fiF°‹F ¤FW EFÊFFçF¤FŒF ⁄FU º]⁄Ffi
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HºFfi∂FF, G¤FFkºFfiU ∂FªFF EŒFWÇÅ çF]µFX ÇÅX ⁄FU “⁄FFPÊF∂F ÇÅfi fi˘F ˘Yó
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ıÊF∂Fk∑F∂FF ÇÅX Ç]Åö PÊFËFWF °FŒF ıF¤“ºF‹F çF·F∂F ◊ÅF‹FºF H*FÇÅfi GıFÇÅX ÕF¤FFaŒÕF∂FF ÇÅU EXfi “WPfi∂F ÇÅfi fi˘W ˘Yó ‹F˘ ÕF¤FaFŒÕF∂FF
ÇÅU “WfiµFF ∂FªFF GıFÇÅF EŒF]ıFfiµF ıFÊFaªFF GıF ºWËF ÇWÅ fiF°FŒFUP∂F ÇWÅ P·FJ EP˘∂FÇÅfi ıFFPŸF∂F ˘X fi˘F ˘Yó E∂FJÊF GıF ıÊFòö JÊFk
ıF]º_≥s ⁄FFfi∂FU‹F fiF°FŒFUP∂F ÇWÅ P·FJ PÊFP⁄FŒŒF ÕF¤FFaŸF·FkPŸF‹FXk ÇÅX ÕF¤FFaŒÕF∂FF ÇWÅ ÊFkŒÕFŒF ıFW ¤F]É∂F ˘XÇÅfi ºWËF ÇWÅ PÊFÇÅFıF ¤FWk ıFk·FçŒF
˘XŒFF òFFP˘Jó
P°F∂FWŒΩ Ç]ŤFFfi (First Prize)
(∂F_∂FU‹F ÊFFa, P∞—FF©a¤FWŒ© - EFGa. P©.)

Santa : Mujhe shadi mein BMW mili hai


Banta : Par tumhare pass koi car nahi hai
Santa : Abye ghadhi, BMW ka matlab “Bahut Motti Wife”

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MENACE OF TERRORISM - ROLE OF PAKISTAN AND LACK
OF INDIAN INTELLIGENCE IN CHECKING IT

Terrorism, the most cowardice all combating techniques, has been a burning
issue for a long time. From the alleys of anonymity it has stretched its reach to every
nation of the world today. The world is submerged in the ocean of terrorism at present.
Not a single nation of the world at present is beyond the reach of terrorists. Whether it
is capitalist America or democratic Indian, whether communist Russia or proginitor of
terrorism Islamist Pakistan, all have suffered from the attack of terrorists. The recent
Mumbai carnage is another such incident added to the already to the already long
catalogue of such activities After every such incident, the innocent civilians are left with
some very old lingering questions who are they ? what they want ? who gives them
shelter ? and many more.
Terrorism has been thought as connected to a religion for long time. But it has
been proved wrong by the recent attacks on Jama Masjid and many other holy places.
Afterwords, it has been pronounced as a shameless and cowardice activity of some
outfits, who have no relation with any religion, but works with the pretext of ‘Jihad’.
Pakistan has always sheltered such outfits to dismantle the economic centers of India
and control over kasmir. Even some recent attacks has been conspired from its soil
and more importantly with the help of some of it’s army and ISI officers It has given
shelter to the Alquaida terrorist after America waged a war Taliban under the banner of
war against terrorism take revenge of I/ll attack on WTC towers – Pakistan has been
playing dual role at the world stage by associating itself with American war against
terrorism and on the other hand propping the terrorist outfits to carry on the attacks on
India. Some fugitives from India has been enscongned in Pakistan and are carrying
their activities in India with more freedom and with the assistance of security agency of
Pakistan. Every attack on the Indian soil has clearly shown the hand of Pakistan behind
it. But instead of taking any stringent action against the outfits and dismanthing them,
Pakistan has adamantly refuses the involvement and use of its soil for these activities
and created the atmosphere of military clash at the border several times
No doubt that Pakistan is a (provinance) of terrorism. But what are we doing to
combat it. After each incident, we collect proof, finds the hand of our neighbouring
countries in it. But have we ever took any aggressive step to stop it ? we raise voices
against it at every international meeting, and asked the developed nation to create
pressure on the perpetrator nation to take some action. After all of these failures we
scramble franctically in search of some convincing justification to support out stand.
But amid all these we ignore our weakness in our intelligence agency. Not a single
Intelligence agency is accountable to any higher agency. The facts collected by one is
handed over to other through a lengthy process which takes enough time to put what
has happened in the penumbra pf our memory. The state tries to take it’s control while
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the center tries to bring under its control, every Investigation agency is The presence
of a central investigation agency is the dire need of the time and should be made
independent to excise their power in the course of investigation to decipher the modus
operandi and the main culprit behind this shameful activity.
Terrorism, no doubt has caused havoc all round the world . It is also not
incorrigible. The war is not a solution for it. The world community should take some
step to curb it. But it is our responsibility first to make some strict amendment in our
agencies and governance to make it stronger enough to combat this totally irrational
way of putting yourself and your demands forward. It has caused the death of many
innocents in, past, but if we now put ourselves in the right line to combat it, we can
prevent the same to happen again in future.

Sumit Kumar (First Prize)


(3rd Year CSE)

Sumit Kumar is also Mr. JECLAT 09

Slam Book of Santa


Strength : My wife
Weakness : Banta;s wife
Opportunity : When banta is on tour.
Threat : When I am on tour

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Ó#üy!¢ˆÏ“Ä ˆ°ˆÏàˆÏåÈ !Ó¢y° Óí˛¸ ôyE˛y– Ó,•Í Ó#üy ˆÜ˛y¡õyö# AIG Ó˚ xÓfliy ~ï˛ §D#ö •ˆÏÎ˚ ˛õˆÏí˛¸!åÈ° ˆÎñ ~!ê˛
üy!Ü≈˛ö §Ó˚ܲyˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ ܲyˆÏåÈ eyö ã˛y•zˆÏï˛ Óyôƒ •Î˚–
ˆ¢Î˚yÓ˚ ÓyçyÓ˚ É §yÓ˚y!ӈϟª ˆ¢Î˚yÓ˚ üyˆÏÜ≈˛ˆÏê˛ Îáö ã˛°!åÈ° fl∫î≈Î%à ï˛áö ~•z xÌ≈˜Ïö!ï˛Ü˛ ü®y•z ˆ¢Î˚yÓ˚ üyˆÏÜ≈˛ê˛ˆÏܲ
òyí˛¸ ܲ!Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚!åÈ° “Black Friday” “Black Wednesday” ≤Ãû,˛!ï˛ ¢∑=!°Ó˚ §yüˆÏö–
e´#í˛¸yˆÏ«˛e É xyÿ˛Î≈çöܲ •ˆÏ°Ä e´#í˛¸yˆÏ«˛ˆÏe xÌ≈˜Ïö!ï˛Ü˛ ü®yÓ˚ !ÓÓ˚&˛õ ≤Ãû˛yÓ ˛õˆÏí˛¸ˆÏåÈ– üƒyˆÏM˛È‹TyÓ˚ •zí˛zöy•zˆÏê˛í˛
~Ó˚ ≤Ãôyö flõö§Ó˚ AIG 2011 §yˆÏ°Ó˚ ˛õÓ˚ ≤Ãôyö flõö§Ó˚ ÌyܲˆÏï˛ xfl∫#ܲyÓ˚ ܲˆÏÓ˚–
ú˛Ó˚ü%°y ÄÎ˚yˆÏöÓ˚ ˆÜ˛y!ê˛˛õ!ï˛ Ü˛î≈ôyˆÏÓ˚Ó˚yÄ Óyôƒ •Î˚ !ê˛ˆÏüÓ˚ áÓ˚ã˛ Ü˛üyˆÏï˛– •zÇ!°¢ ú%˛ê˛Ó° ÓyçyˆÏÓ˚Ä ˆòáy ÎyÎ˚
ü®yñ üƒyˆÏM˛È‹TyÓ˚ !§!ê˛ ÓyˆÏò xöƒ ˆÜ˛yö Üœ˛yÓ•z ~ÓyÓ˚ Óí˛¸ xˆÏB˛Ó˚ ê˛yܲy !òˆÏÎ˚ ú%˛ê˛Ó°yÓ˚ xyöˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚!ö– ˆÎˆÏ•ï%˛ üƒyˆÏM˛È‹TyÓ˚
!§!ê˛Ó˚ xˆÏÌ≈Ó˚ í˛zͧ xyÓ˚ˆÏÓÓ˚ Óí˛¸ Óí˛¸ ˜ï˛°á!öÓ˚ üy!°Ü˛ ï˛y•z xÌ≈˜Ïö!ï˛Ü˛ ü®yÄ ï˛yˆÏܲ öí˛¸yˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚!ö–
≤Ã!ï˛Ü˛yÓ˚ É ˆÎ ܲˆÏ˛õ≈yˆÏÓ˚ê˛ !¢“ !ã˛Ó˚ܲy°•z §Ó˚ܲyÓ˚# •hflψϫ˛ˆÏ˛õÓ˚ !ÓˆÏÓ˚y!ôï˛y ܲˆÏÓ˚ ~ˆÏ§ˆÏåÈ ˆ§•z ܲˆÏ˛õ≈yˆÏÓ˚ê˛ !¢“ Óyôƒ

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•Î˚ §Ó˚ܲyˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ ܲyˆÏåÈ eyö ã˛y•zˆÏï˛– ÷Ó˚& AIG öÎ˚ ˆçöyˆÏÓ˚° ˆüyê˛Ó˚ñ ˆú˛yˆÏí≈˛Ó˚ üƒyˆÏö!çÇ !í˛ˆÏÓ˚QÓ˚Ó˚y Óyôƒ •Î˚ !˛öí˛z•zÎ˚ˆÏÜ≈˛
~ˆÏ§ §Ó˚ܲyˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ ܲyˆÏåÈ §y•y΃ ã˛y•zˆÏï˛ –
eyö ≤Ãܲ“ É !Ó!û˛ß¨ˆÏòˆÏ¢Ó˚ §Ó˚ܲyÓ˚ ˆây£Ïöy ܲˆÏÓ˚ !Ó!û˛ß¨ eyö ≤Ãܲ“– xyˆÏü!Ó˚ܲyÓ˚ öï%˛ö ˆ≤Ã!§ˆÏí˛rê˛ ÓyÓ˚yܲ ÄÓyüy
85000 ˆÜ˛y!ê˛ í˛°yˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ eyö §y•yÏ΃ üO%Ó˚ ܲˆÏÓ˚ö– !Ó ˆÏê˛ö ú ˛™ ≤Ãû,˛!ï˛ ˆò¢Ä ˆây£Ïöy ܲˆÏÓ˚ eyö ≤Ãܲ“–
ÓyçyˆÏÓ˚ öàˆÏòÓ˚ ˆçyàyö É ÓyçyˆÏÓ˚ öàˆÏòÓ˚ ˆçyàyö Óyí˛¸yˆÏöyÓ˚ çöƒñ ÓƒyB˛ xú˛ çy˛õyˆÏö §%ˆÏòÓ˚ •yÓ˚ ܲ!üˆÏÎ˚ ܲÓ˚y
•Î˚ 0 ¢ï˛yÇ¢– !Ó ˆÏê˛ˆÏöÓ˚ §Ó˚ܲyÓ˚# ÓƒyB˛ §%ˆÏòÓ˚ üye 1 ¢ï˛yÇ¢ ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ Óyôƒ •Î˚ Îy ÓƒyˆÏB˛Ó˚ •z!ï˛•yˆÏ§ ~ܲ xööƒ öç#Ó˚– ≤ÃyÎ˚
~ܲ•z ˛õÌ xö%§Ó˚î ܲˆÏÓ˚ !ӈϟªÓ˚ ≤ÃyÎ˚ §ühflÏ ˆò¢•z–
û˛yÓ˚ï˛Ó£Ï≈ É û˛yÓ˚ˆÏï˛Ó˚ ÚڈϢÎ˚yÓ˚ Ó%°ÛÛ Îáö 20000 ˆ§öˆÏ§: x!ï˛e´ü ܲˆÏÓ˚ 22000 ~Ó˚ ˆòyÓ˚ˆÏàyí˛¸yÎ˚ ï˛áö
xÌ≈˜Ïö!ï˛Ü˛ ü®y ˆ§•z £ÏyшÏí˛¸Ó˚ à°yÎ˚ ò!í˛¸ ˛õ!í˛¸ˆÏÎ˚ Óyôƒ ܲˆÏÓ˚ 7000 ~Ó˚ àu˛#ˆÏï˛ xy§ˆÏï˛– §Ó˚ܲyÓ˚ Óyôƒ •Î˚ ˆÓ˚ˆÏ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ê˛
ܲ!üˆÏÎ˚ ÓyçyˆÏÓ˚ §%ˆÏòÓ˚ ˆçyàyö Óyí˛¸yˆÏï˛–
ï˛ˆÏÓ ~ê˛y xy¢yÓ˚ !Ó£ÏÎ˚ ˆÎ xöyöƒ ˆò¢ Îï˛ê˛y «˛!ï˛@ˇÃhflÏ •ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ û˛yÓ˚ï˛ ï˛ï˛ê˛y •Î˚ !ö– ܲyÓ˚î û˛yÓ˚ˆÏï˛ !Ó!û˛ß¨ ˆ«˛ˆÏe
§Ó˚ܲyÓ˚# •hflψϫ˛˛õ– ˆÎüö ÓƒyˆÏB˛ §Ó˚ܲyÓ˚# •hflψϫ˛˛õ ÌyܲyÎ˚ ˆÜ˛yö û˛yÓ˚ï˛#Î˚ ÓƒyB˛•z xyˆÏü!Ó˚ܲyÓ˚ üˆÏï˛y ˛ú˛yê˛Ü˛y ˆá°ˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚
öy– ÎyÓ˚ §%ú˛° ˛õyÄÎ˚y ÎyˆÏFåÈ Óï≈˛üyö §üˆÏÎ˚–
xyˆÏÓ˚ܲ!ê˛ Ü˛yÓ˚î û˛yÓ˚ˆÏï˛Ó˚ !Ó˛õ%° xyû˛ƒhsˇÓ˚#î ÓyçyÏÓ˚– 110 ˆÜ˛y!ê˛ üyö%ˆÏ£ÏÓ˚ û˛yÓ˚ï˛ÓˆÏ£Ï≈Ó˚ xyû˛ƒhsˇÓ˚#ö ã˛y!•òy•z
xˆÏöܲê˛y•z ÓÑy!ã˛ˆÏÎ˚ !òˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ xyüyˆÏòÓ˚ ˆò¢#Î˚ ˆÜ˛y¡õyö#=!°ˆÏܲ– !ÓŸªÓƒyˆÏB˛Ó˚ ˛õ)Ó≈yû˛y§ xö%ÎyÎ˚# ÷ô% û˛yÓ˚ï˛ xyÓ˚ !ã˛ˆÏöÓ˚
çöƒ•z §yÓ˚y !ӈϟªÓ˚ xÌ≈˜Ïö!ï˛Ü˛ Ó,!k˛Ó˚ •yÓ˚ ˆöˆÏà!ê˛û˛ •ˆÏÓ öy–
ï˛ˆÏÓ û˛yÓ˚ï˛ÓˆÏ£Ï≈ Îy xyâyï˛ ˛õˆÏí˛¸ˆÏåÈ ï˛yÄ Ü˛ü öÎ˚– !Ó!û˛ß¨ xÌ≈˜Ïö!ï˛Ü˛ ≤Ãܲ“ ÌüˆÏܲ !àˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ ~•z xÌ≈˜Ïö!ï˛Ü˛
ü®yÓ˚ ú˛ˆÏ°– ˛õ!ÿ˛üÓDÓy§#ˆÏòÓ˚ ܲyˆÏåÈ ~ܲ!ê˛ fl∫˛ˆÏ≤¿Ó˚ ≤Ãܲ“ !ç®y°ˆÏòÓ˚ •zflõyï˛ Ü˛yÓ˚áyöy àí˛¸y !öˆÏÎ˚ ÷Ó˚& •ˆÏΈ˚ åÏ È ê˛y°Óy•yöyñ
ÎyÓ˚ ܲyÓ˚îÄ ~•z xÌ≈˜Ïö!ï˛Ü˛ ü®y–
û˛yÓ˚ï˛ÓˆÏ£Ó≈Ï ˚ !Ó!û˛ß¨ xˆÏê˛yˆÏüyÓy•z° ˆÜ˛y¡õyö#Ó˚ ˆÎüö ê˛yê˛y ˆüyê˛Ó˚§ñ ü•#wy ˆüyê˛Ó˚§ Óyôƒ •ˆÏΈ˚ åÏ È ï˛yˆÏòÓ˚ í˛zͲõyòö
ܲ!üˆÏÎ˚ !òˆÏï˛–
!Óüyö !¢ˆÏ“Ó˚ ˆ°ˆÏàˆÏåÈ xyâyï˛– ˆçê˛ ~Î˚yÓ˚ĈÏÎ˚ç Ä !ܲÇ!ú˛¢yÓ˚ ~•z ü®y ˆÌˆÏܲ ÓyÑã˛ˆÏï˛ §ÇÎ%!_´Ü˛Ó˚ˆÏîÓ˚ ˛õˆÏÌ
!àˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ– xˆÏöܲ ~Î˚yÓ˚ˆÏ•yˆÏfiê˛§ •y!Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ ï˛yˆÏòÓ˚ ã˛yܲ!Ó˚–
í˛z˛õ§Ç•yÓ˚ É ï˛ˆÏÓ “There is a silver line even in the blackest cloud .” ~•z ò%ɧüÎ˚ ~ܲ!òö ˆÜ˛ˆÏê˛
ÎyˆÏÓ xyÓyÓ˚ xy§ˆÏÓ ˛õ%Ó˚ˆÏöy ˆ§•z §%!òö– ~•z xy¢yê%˛Ü%˛ !öˆÏÎ˚•z ~•z ü®yÓ˚ ˆüyܲy!Ó°yÓ˚ Ó ï˛# •ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈö !Ó!û˛ß¨ ˆ«˛ˆÏeÓ˚ üyö%£Ï–
ï˛ˆÏÓ ~•z ò%ɧüÎ˚ ˆÜ˛ˆÏê˛ ˆàˆÏ°Ä xyüÓ˚y ÎyˆÏï˛ xyÓ˚ ˛õã˛y ¢yü%ˆÏܲ ˛õy öy ܲy!ê˛ ˆ§ !ӣψÏÎ˚ §ï˛Ü≈˛ ÌyܲˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ–

Ó˚Oö !ÓŸªy§ (First Prize)


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Awarded Articles of
JECLAT’09
ULYSSES
-Transcending the Rubicon…

Pº·F ºXı∂FU EFYfi ...


PÕFfi°F Ç]ŤFFfi º]ÊFW (First Prize, 3rd Yr. ME)

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EF‹FF ÊFX ªFF ... —‹FFfi ó °FU ˘Fc Pº·F ºXı∂FU EFYfi —‹FFfió PÇÅ∂FŒFF ıF©UÇÅ ËFŸº ˘Yó °FX ËFUFaÇÅ ÇÅU °FX ÇŤFU ˘Y, HıFW —F]fiF ÇÅfi
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JÇÅ ŸFF∂F EFYfi, ÊFX ‹FW PÇÅ °FflfiU ŒF˘Uk ÇÅU °FŸF —‹FFfi ˘X ∂FX PÇÅıFU ŒFfi ŒFFfiU ıFW ‹FF PÇÅıFU ŒFFfiU ÇÅF ŒFfi ıFW ˘Xó
—‹FFfi ∂FX ºX ºXı∂FX ÇWÅ ŸFUòF ¤FWk ¤FFk EFYfi ŸFW©W ÇWÅ ŸFUòF ¤FWk EFYfi ⁄FÉ∂F JÊF¤F ⁄FçFÊFFŒF ÇWÅ ŸFUòF ¤FWk ⁄FU ˘X ıFÇÅ∂FF ˘Yó —Ffi ˘Fc, ˘fi
˘F·F ¤FWk ‹FW PŸF·Ç]Å·F —FFÇÅ, ıFF◊Å ıÊFFªFa fiP˘∂F EFYfi PÊFËÊFFıF —Ffi EFÕFFPfi∂F fi˘ŒFF òFFP˘Jó PÇÅıFU ⁄FU “ÇÅFfi ÇÅF E˘kÇÅFfi GıF
ºXı∂FU EFYfi —‹FFfi ÇWÅ ŸFUòF ¤FWk ŒF EFŒFW —FFJó EçFfi EF∂FF ˘Y, ∂FX JÇÅ ÇÅU ∂F]fik∂F E—FŒFF E˘kÇÅFfi öX∞s∂FW CJ º[ıFfiW ‡*W CJ ÇÅX
¤FŒFF ·FWŒFF òFFP˘Jó ÇÅ˘Uk JWıFF ŒF ˘X ÇÅX
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˘¤FW ‹FW HP¤¤Fº ÊFX ŸF]·FFJó
EFYfi GıFU ¤FWk ÊFÉ∂F PŒFÇÅ·F °FFJó
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iiÇÅXGa EŒ°FFŒF ıFF òFW˘fiF H⁄Ffi∂FF ˘Y PŒFçFF˘Xk ¤FkW ‹FW HıFÇÅU EF˘©W °FFçFU, ¤FWfiU äFF¤FXËF fiF˘U ¤FW,
E⁄FU ıFW öX∞s ÇWÅ ¤F∂F °FF, E⁄FU ∂FWfiU °F‡fi∂F ˘Yójj
Ek∂F ¤FWk ¤FYk ‹FW ÇÅ˘ŒFF òFFCcçFF PÇÅ P°FkºçFU °FX —‹FFfi EFYfi ºXı∂FU ÇWÅ P·FJ ÇŤF —F∞s °FF∂FU ˘Y, HıF¤FWk ·FXçFXk ÇÅX º[ËF¤FŒFU EFYfi
ŒF◊Åfi∂F ÇWÅ P·FJ ÊFÉ∂F PŒFÇÅF·FŒFF ŒF˘Uk òFFP˘Jó ıFFªFU °FX ‡* çFJ HŒ˘W ¤FŒFF ·FX, —‹FFfi °FX ö]© çF‹FF ˘Y, HıFW ŸF]·FF ·FXó EFYfi
EçFfi Pº·F -ºXı∂FU EFYfi ... ÇÅF ŒF© ŸFX·© ÇÅ˘Uk, ÇÅ⁄FU PçFfi °FFJ ∂FX ŸFıF ŸFX·F H*X PŸFŒFF ÊFÉ∂F çFÊFFJ PÇÅ -
PçFfiW ˘Y ∂FX É‹FF ˘Y, ıFk⁄F·F °FFJWkçFW;
ÇÅ◊ÅıF ∂FX∞sÇÅfi ˘¤F PŒFÇÅ·F °FFJWkçFWW;
ŸF]fiF ÊFÉ∂F ˘Y, ¤FçFfi çF¤F ŒF˘Uk,
°F]ºF ˘XŒFW ÊFF·FW ÇÅ⁄FU ˘¤F ŒF˘U;
˘¤FWk P°FkºçFU ·F[© ıFÇÅ∂FU ŒF˘Uk
PÇÅ ‹FW Pº·F...
‹FW ºXı∂FU ...
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∂F¤FŒŒFF ¤FòF·F ŒF °FFJ...
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( 2nd prize, 3rd Year. C.S.E)

∂F¤FŒŒFF ¤FòF·F ŒF °FFJ...


°FX ÊFX P◊Åfi GıF çF·FU EFJ
∂F¤FŒŒFF ¤FòF·F ŒF °FFJó
H¤Fe ÇÅF ˘U ∂FX JÇÅ ∂FÇÅF°FF ˘Yó
P°FŒFÇWÅ P·FJ ˘¤FŒFW ıFÊFaıF]äF ∂‹FFçFF ˘Yó
ÊFX PıF◊aÅ PÊFfi˘ ªFF ‹FF P◊Åfi PÊFºFGa ªFU
ÊFX Ç]ÅfiFŒF ÇÅU EF‹F∂F ªFU ‹FF ‡ŸFFGa ªFU
‹F˘U ıFXòF ÇWÅ ÇWÅ H¤Fe ≥·F ŒF °FFJ
∂F¤FŒŒFF P◊Åfi ¤FòF·F ŒF °FFJ
òFW˘fiW ÇÅU §F]Pfia‹FF ºWäFÇÅfi ÊF‹F ÇÅF ä‹FF·F EF∂FF ˘Y
P◊Åfi Pº·F ÇWÅ ıFºF °FÊFFŒF fi˘ŒFW ÇÅF ıFÊFF·F EF∂FF ˘Yó
HıF ÇÅFÊ‹F ÇÅF P◊Åfi ıFW fiıFFıÊFFºŒF ÇÅF ⁄FFŒF ˘Y ¤F]§FÇÅX
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∂F¤FŒŒFF ¤FòF·F ŒF °FFJó
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HŒFÇWÅ äF]ŸFıF[fi∂FU —FW P·FäFW çFJ ÇÅFÊ‹F Ç_ÅP∂F ¤FWk
HıF °FUÊFŒF ÇÅX P◊Åfi ıFW ¤FY °FU∂FF Dc
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ÊFÉ∂F ŸFº·F çF‹FF ˘Y, P◊Åfi ŸFº·F ŒF °FFJ
∂F¤FŒŒFF ¤FòF·F ŒF °FFJó
ıFòF ˘U ÇÅ˘F ˘XçFF PÇÅıFU ËFF‹Ffi ŒFW
PÇÅ —‹FFfi ÇÅ⁄FU ¤Ffi∂FF ŒF˘U
—Ffi GaËÊFfi ¤FFŒFÊF ¤FŒF ÇWÅ EŒF]ıFFfi
GıF ıFkıFFfi ÇÅX çF≥s∂FF ŒF˘Ukó
˘X∂FF ‹FPº JWıFF ∂FX ¤FFcçF ·FW∂FF ¤FYk HıFıFW
PòFfiŒFÊFUŒF ıF]ÕFF ÇÅF fi˘ı‹F —FFŒFW ÇÅX
—Ffi ‹FW ıFXòF ŸFº·F ŒF ºW GıF ºUÊFFŒFW ÇÅX
EFYfi ˘¤F ŸFº·F ŒF °FFJ
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( 2nd prize, 3rd Year. C.S.E)

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But how ?
Harsh Kumar
(2nd Year ECE)

Birth without a silver spoon but dream to have a golden room : But how ?
From the initial days of human civilization, we have created miracles we made
cultures, science, technology and a beautiful world; But this is just the first half of the
story!! we also created in contrast of all these, poverty, corruption, cheat and betrey.
We usually think and belive that one day our future a happy and everlasting beautiful
earth. But how?
To dream is perhaps the most easiest and pleasurable thing in this word! But to
fulfil it is like craking a nut! I always belive, a person should be a Day dreamer and if he
has a dream he will obviously think
“But how to achieve that”?
I , in my small lifetime, have felt the life to a closer extent. When I travel in train,
when I go to temple, When I go for a movie, my shadow always chases me! I find
myself in poverty all around, I find my self in corruption all round. When people spit on
some public heritage, I feel ashamed ! I feel guilty when I find every second a sister of
mine is raped somewhere in the world ! I feel like doing something to conquer all these.
But how is still a puzzle! Like I write before, If you dream one, the way will automatically
chase you. I also, have a dream! a dream, when I was a kid, a dream when I am young.
But it will be a reality when I will be old! today when I watch my country. I hardly feel
proud. Today when I watch my poor brothers and sisters I feel dis-hearted. When I
open the news paper, I sometime even cry! My eyes have seen lots that I never wanted
to see. Today I have a dream that tomorrow my children, my nation and my nation’s
image won’t see, what I have to. But remember this time there is no but how ?
There are many like me, like you who have got there unique dream ! they have
got there answer ! They have learnt to win. They know that they already have cracked
the puzzle.
But how ?
I know we are in a long queue and a hope and firm desire is answer of but how?
a dedicated word and will is answer of but how? Love and peace is an answer of but
how? A beautiful hug is the answer of but how? Few kind words, a gesture of sympathy,
a friendly smile, some drops of waters in eyes is the answer of ‘but now”
Now we can’t wait moving on is an anwer of but how!! We may fall, but a feeling
to stand again is an answer of but how.
We won’t blame we won’t shout, we won’t cry, we will try until and unless we
win!
A small tolerance and a strong will is the answer of but how !

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Vikash Vipul
(3rd Year I.T)

I am turning around & walking away/you can watch me go or you can make me
stay

I first met you, when you were about a start of a fresh new life, in a new
surrounding. Life, with new people. You had choice to make about how you are going to
deal with the situations. You had no prejudice about the future
Then I came to your life, like the freshness of the morning dew. You were happy
with the way life was folding before you. You shared your lach and every single moment
of your life with me. The joy. The escatusy and the sorrow, which also became mine. I
gave you shoulder to cry. I gave you my hand, whenever, you were down.
The journey was not easy but with me you were relaxed. You were not sure of
the path ahead, but atleast you were sure of me being with you. One after the other,
days came and passed, your relation with me got deeper. It was time, when people
started connecting your name with me. You were incomplete without me. You achieved
one mile stone of success after another with me. You were valued more than earlier.
That was the time, you forgot the valve of mine. You took me for granted. You now
wanted to leave my hand and hold someone else’s hand. I was like your shadow, which
was with you throughout your day, right from morning to noon. But when night came
you did’t even bother to light up your room to keep me alive with you.
As you never understood my value, you never respected me. Now, I’m turning
around and walking away. You can watch me go or you can make me stay. I promise to
come back to you, if you realize your mistakes.
Before I go, let me introduce myself with you. I was your self confidence which
was keeping you on the path of success till now. The new hand which you are now
holding is of over confidence, which you got after getting the success. Just think and
decide, for the last time, whether you want me to go or make me stay. The choice is
yours.

Wife was Teaching English grammar to her husband.


Wife : I am beautiful, which tense is this ?
Husband – Past tense.

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But how ?
Deepika Rani
(2nd Year I.T)

An old woman standing in front of the mirror, watching her wrinkles and her
senial body and how her beautiful face and features are getting destroyed due to advent
of ageing. Suddenly tears are pouring in from her eyes . It may be because she
remembers her beautiful phase of her life or because she is afraid of tomorrow (i.e)
she is going to die very soon) or the present has disturbed her so much. If it is the first
reason or second reason then we know man is mortal and only beautiful memories live
with us but if she fears from her present then what is that which has affected her so
much. The strong bond which used to exist between parents and children or between
siblings doesnot exist now may be the reason. She is thinking about her children. Those
children whom she has nourished with good education and all that are not fulfilling their
responsibility towards their parents. She is crying not only for her children but for this
world’s children. The mother earth who have implanted all living creatures on this earth
can’t stop her children from fighting because of stupid reasons like region, caste,
religion, place etc.
But how the children of old lady became so selfish that they have forgetten their
own parents, they have forgotten their own creator who taught them to walk, talk and
all things necessary to survive. But how can they forget that how much their parent’s
endure to make them a perfect man.
But how the children of this mother earth can forget that our mother love all of
us equally whether he is untauchable or whether he is brahmin or whether he is poor
peasant surfing hard to strive or whether he is Hindu or whether he is Christain (or
Muslim) or whether he belongs to India or Whether he belongs to America But how can
we humans forget that all of us are alike. But how can we forget that we have
responsibility towards this mother earth so that tears don’t come out from her eyes.
But how can we forget that we should take care of this beautiful environment of ours.
But how can we forget that we should take care of other forms of life present in our
earth.

WE HAVE FORGOTTEN EVERYTHING

Simply because of our superiority complex, our pride, our attitude to prove that
‘I am always right.’
But how can we give all these above mentioned feelings of ours after all I am
the best?

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ˆû˛ˆÏä ˆàˆÏåÈ– ˆÎ!òö•z ˆï˛y ˆ§•z !ã˛ˆÏöÓ˚ ≤Ãyã˛#ˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ üˆÏï˛y ˆ§•z ≤Ãyã˛#Ó˚ Îy xyüyÓ˚ fl∫≤¿ˆÏܲ ˆï˛yüyÓ˚ ˆòáy ≤ÃÌü !òö ˆÌˆÏܲ Ó˚«˛y
ܲÓ˚!åÈ° í˛y_´yˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ ܲÌyÓ˚ ï˛y ï˛yˆÏ§Ó˚ âˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ üï˛ ˆû˛ˆÏä ˛õˆÏí˛¸ñ !ܲv ~áö ï%˛!ü xyüÓ˚ öÄ– ï˛y•z xy!ü ˆÎ fl∫≤¿ Ó˚ã˛öy ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛
ã˛ˆÏ°!åÈ ˆ§•záyˆÏöÄ ï%˛!ü xyüyÓ˚ öÄ– öyöy xyüyÓ˚ ܲyˆÏåÈ ï%˛!ü xyüyÓ˚ !ܲv ˆï˛yüyÓ˚ ܲyˆÏåÈ ï%˛!ü xyüyÓ˚ öÄ– ï˛y•z xyüyÓ˚ xyÓ˚
ˆï˛yüyÓ˚ ~•z fl∫ˆÏ≤¿ xyüÓ˚y ˆòáy ܲÓ˚Ó çy!ö !ܲv ˆÎáyˆÏö ˆï˛yüyÓ˚ ܲyç fl∫ˆÏ≤¿Ó˚ ˆòÄÎ˚y° ˆû˛ˆÏä ˆú˛°y !ܲv xyüyÓ˚ ܲyç ˆ§•z
û˛yˆÏä ˆú˛Ï°y ˆòÄÎ˚yˆÏ°Ó˚ •zÛê˛ Ü%˛!í˛¸ˆÏÎ˚ xyöy– ˆ§•z •zÛê˛ !òˆÏÎ˚ ˆë˛Ü˛ê˛y ܲÓ˚ˆÏÓy xyÓyÓ˚ ˆ§ fl∫˛≤¿ˆÏܲ àˆÏí˛¸ ï%˛°ˆÏï˛ÈÙÙÈ öy ˛õyí˛¸ˆÏ°
⁄ ˆ§•z •zÛˆÏê˛Ó˚ ›˛ˆÏ˛õ ˆï˛yüyÓ˚ flø,!ï˛ˆÏܲ xÑyܲˆÏï˛ ÓˆÏ§ ÌyܲӖ ˆÜ˛ ˆÎö xyüyÓ˚ ˛õyˆÏ¢ òÑy!í˛¸ˆÏÎ˚ xyˆÏåÈ– •Î˚ˆÏï˛y ˆ§ñ !ÓòyÎ˚ ÈÙÙÈ

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§%çÎ˚ §Ó˚ܲyÓ˚
Sï,˛ï˛#Î˚ Ó£Ï≈ñÈ !§. ~§. •z.V

ÚÚ~áöÄ ˆÜ˛ö ü!Ó˚!ö çy!ö


ˆÜ˛ö ˆÓшÏã˛ xy!åÈ çyöy •° öyÛÛ
ÈÙÙÈxy!ü üyö%£Ï– ~ܲçö §yôyÓ˚î üyö%£Ï– ç#Óö ˆflÀyˆÏï˛ !öˆÏçˆÏܲ xy°yòy ܲˆÏÓ˚ ˆã˛öyˆÏï˛ öy ˛õyÓ˚y ˛üyö%£Ï– xyüyÓ˚
ÚüyöÛ xyˆÏåÈ xyüyÓ˚ ‡Ñ¢ xyˆÏåÈ– xyÓ˚ xyüyÓ˚ §yˆÏÌ xyˆÏåÈ !ÓŸª §Ç§yˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ ~ܲê˛y ˆåÈyR ê%˛Ü˛ˆÏÓ˚y ÈÙÙÈ xyüyÓ˚ §Ç§yÓ˚– §%á# §Ç§yÓ˚
ܲ# ⁄ ~áöÄ !ë˛Ü˛ Ó%!é˛!ö–
üÓ˚Ó˚– ¢∑ê˛y Ó%!é˛ Ó%ˆÏܲÓ˚ áyÑã˛yÎ˚ ~ܲê%˛ û˛Î˚ ô!Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚ ÎyÎ˚– Ó˚yhflÏyÎ˚ •yÑê˛ˆÏï˛ •yÑê˛ˆÏï˛ ˆò!á ˛õy¢ !òˆÏÎ˚ ܲyߨyÓ˚ ˆÓ˚y° Söy!ܲ
‡ˆÏÕ‘yÓ˚⁄V §ˆÏD ܲˆÏÓ˚ Ü˛ï˛ ¢ÓˆÏò• ã˛ˆÏ° ÎyÎ˚– ˙ §yòy ~ܲ!òö •Î˚ï˛ •ë˛yÍ Ü˛ˆÏÓ˚– ï˛Ó% xy!ü ~áöÄ ü!Ó˚!ö ˆÜ˛ö⁄ xy!ü
ü!Ó˚!ö xyüyÓ˚ ˆåȈϰÓ˚ çöƒ– xy!ü ü!Ó˚!ö xyüyÓ˚ ˆüˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ çöƒ– •Î˚ï˛ ü!Ó˚!ö xyüyÓ˚ ˆ˛õy£Ïy Ü%˛Ü%˛Ó˚ê˛yÓ˚ çöƒ– xy!ü ü!Ó˚!ö
ܲï˛=ˆÏ°y ˆã˛öy Söy!ܲ xˆÏã˛öyÎ˚ Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚ ˆàˆÏåÈV ü%ˆÏáÓ˚ çöƒ– •Î˚ï˛ xy!ü ü!Ó˚!ö í˛y_´yÓ˚ ÓyÓ% ˆÜ˛ Ä£Ï%ˆÏôÓ˚ !ú˛§‰ê˛y !òˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ
ˆ§•zçöƒ– ~ï˛ ~ï˛ ê˛yܲy !òˆÏÎ˚ ˆÜ˛öy Ä£Ï%ô =ˆÏ°y ÓÑy!ã˛ˆÏÎ˚ ˆÓ˚ˆÏáˆÏåÈ– !ï˛° !ï˛° ܲˆÏÓ˚– ≤Ã!ï˛ ü%•)ˆÏï≈˛ x!ï˛ Ü˛ˆÏ‹T xy!ü ˆÓшÏã˛
xy!åÈ– ~•z ò)!£Ïï˛ xyܲy¢ñ ~•z ò)!£Ïï˛ ˛õ!Ó˚ˆÏÓ¢ñ ~•z ˆû˛çy° áyòƒ Ä xyüyˆÏܲ üyÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚öy– ˆÜ˛öñ ï˛y xyç xy!ü çy!ö–
xyàyü#Ó˚ ≤Ã!ï˛ê˛y !òöñ xyüyˆÏܲ û˛yˆÏ°y ܲˆÏÓ˚ñ xyÓ˚Ä û˛y° ܲˆÏÓ˚ çy!öˆÏÎ˚ ÎyÎ˚ ˆÜ˛ö xy!ü ü!Ó˚!ö–
ˆfiê˛§ÏˆÏöÓ˚ ≤Ã!ï˛!òˆÏöÓ˚ û˛#ˆÏí˛¸ •y!Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚ ÎyÄÎ˚y ~ܲ §yôyÓ˚î üyö%£Ï xy!ü– çˆÏß√!åÈ°yü ˛õ,!ÌÓ#Ó˚ ˆÜ˛yö ~ܲ ˆÜ˛yˆÏö
~ܲ üyˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ ˆÜ˛yˆÏ°– üyˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ xyòˆÏÓ˚ñ ˆfl¨ˆÏ•Ó˚ ÓyÑôˆÏö ˆåȈϰ ˆÓ°yê˛y ˆÜ˛ˆÏê˛ ˆà°– xyüyÓ˚ §ühflÏ !ã˛hsˇyñ §ühflÏ ò)û≈˛Óöy =ˆÏ°y
üyˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ •yï˛ xy°yòy ܲˆÏÓ˚ ˆÏÓ˚ˆÏá!åÈ°– ≤Ã!ï˛!ê˛ «˛ˆÏî !åÈ° ÷ô% xyö®– !öˆÏû≈˛çy° xyö®– xyܲyˆÏ¢Ó˚ â%!í˛¸ñ ÓÎ˚yˆÏüÓ˚ xyã˛yÓ˚
xyÓ˚ üyˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ ÓÜ%˛!ö– û˛yÓˆÏï˛ •Î˚ !ö ˆÜ˛ö ˆÓшÏã˛ xy!åÈ– ˆåȈϰˆÏÓ°yê˛y ˆÜ˛ˆÏê˛ ˆà°– Óí˛¸ •°yü SˆÎ Óí˛¸ •ÄÎ˚yÓ˚ fl∫≤¿ ˆåȈϰ
ˆÓ°yÎ˚ ≤Ã!ï˛!òö ˆòáï˛yüV– ç#ÓˆÏö òy!Î˚c ~°– ï˛yÓ˚ §yˆÏÌ ~° ˆ≤Ãü⁄ òy!Î˚c =ˆÏ°y ܲáˆÏöy û˛yÓyÓ˚ §üÎ˚ ˆòÎ˚!ö ˆÜ˛ö
ˆÓшÏã˛ xy!åÈ– ï˛áö ÷ô% üˆÏö •ï˛ xy!ü ï˛yÓ˚ çöƒ•z ÷ô% ˆÓшÏã˛ xy!åÈ– ÚÚ•Î˚ï˛ ˆï˛yüyÓ˚•z çöƒÛÛ– !ܲv ˆ≤ÈÏüˆÏï˛ xy!ü ÚÚÓöƒyÛÛ
•ˆÏÎ˚ í˛zë˛ˆÏï˛ ˛õy!Ó˚!ö– ï˛y•z ˆ§ xyüyˆÏܲ ˆåȈÏí˛¸ ˆà° ~ܲ!òö– §yˆÏÌ Ó%!é˛ !öˆÏÎ˚ ˆà° ÓÑyã˛yÓ˚ ܲyÓ˚î =!°Ä– ï˛Ó%Ä xy!ü ü!Ó˚!ö
ˆ§ ܲï˛=ˆÏ°y ˆã˛öy ü%ˆÏáÓ˚ñ ˆã˛öy fl∫≤¿=ˆÏ°yÓ˚ çöƒ– ˆçyÓ˚ ܲˆÏÓ˚ xyüyˆÏܲ ÓÑyã˛ˆÏï˛ •°– ˆã˛öy ü%á=ˆÏ°yñ Ó%ˆÏܲ §%ˆÏáÓ˚ åÈyÎ˚y
!öˆÏÎ˚ñ ~ˆÏܲ ~ˆÏܲ !ÓòyÎ˚ !ö°– ~° öï%˛ö !ܲå%È xˆÏã˛öy ü%á– xyüyÓ˚ §,!‹T– xy!ü xyÓyÓ˚ ÓÑyã˛ˆÏï˛ ÷Ó˚& ܲÓ˚°yü xyüyÓ˚ §,!‹TÓ˚
çöƒ–
xyç ç#Óö §¶˛ƒy°ˆÏ@¿ òyÑ!í˛¸ˆÏÎ˚ Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ– x°§ §üÎ˚ ôyÓ˚y ÓˆÏÎ˚ ÎyÎ˚– ã%˛˛õ ܲˆÏÓ˚ ӈϧ §yüˆÏö !òˆÏÎ˚ ÓˆÏÎ˚ ÎyÄÎ˚y
ÓƒhflÏ ç#ÓˆÏöñ !öˆÏçÓ˚ åÈyÎ˚y ˆò!á– ò)ˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ ˙ §)Îy≈ˆÏhflÏÓ˚ Ó˚yäy xyܲy¢ê˛yÓ˚ !òˆÏܲ ï˛y!ܲˆÏÎ˚ Ìy!ܲ– áÑ%çˆÏï˛ ˆã˛‹Ty ܲ!Ó˚ ˆú˛ˆÏ° xy§y
!òö ÈÙÙÈ =ˆÏ°yÓ˚ üyˆÏö– xyüyÓ˚ ˆÓшÏã˛ ÌyܲyÓ˚ üyˆÏö– !ܲv xˆÏöܲ •yÑï˛ˆÏí˛¸Ä Ü˛ï˛=ˆÏ°y xö%û)˛!ï˛ åÈyí˛¸y xyÓ˚ !ܲå%È á%шÏç ˛õy!FåÈ
öy– §ühflÏ•z ¢)öƒ– ˆÓƒyü– {ŸªÓ˚Ê •Î˚ˆÏï˛y ï%˛!ü•z xyüyÓ˚ ç#ÓˆÏöÓ˚ üyö–

S˛õ%öÿ˛Ê xy!ü x!ï˛ §yôyÓ˚î üyö%£Ï– xyüyÓ˚ û˛yÓÄ x!ï˛ §yôyÓ˚î– Óyöyöñ ÓƒÜ˛Ó˚ˆÏîÓ˚ ÓyÑôö çy!ö öy– òÎ˚y ܲˆÏÓ˚ §Óy•z
x!öFåÈyÜ,˛ï˛ e&!ê˛ =ˆÏ°y üyç≈öy ܲÓ˚ˆÏÓö ôöƒÓyòÊV

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ˆày˛õy üy•z!ï˛
Sï,˛ï˛#Î˚ Ó£Ï≈ ÈÙÙÈ •z. •z.V

ÚÚ~áöÄ ˆÜ˛ö ü!Ó˚!ö çy!ö


ˆÏܲö ˆÓшÏã˛ xy!åÈ çyöy •° öyÛÛ

~•z ÷Ó˚& •°– •y Üœ˛yhsˇ •ˆÏÎ˚ñ §yÓ˚y!òö ô)ˆÏ°y ˆüˆÏáñ ˆ°yܲçˆÏöÓ˚ ày°y ày° ÷ˆÏö âˆÏÓ˚ ˛õy ˆòÄÎ˚y üye•z ÷Ó˚& •ˆÏÎ˚ ÎyÎ˚– çy!ö
öy ˆÜ˛ö ~•z §üÎ˚ê˛yÓ˚ çöƒ•z §Ü˛ˆÏ° xˆÏ˛õ«˛y ܲˆÏÓ˚ ÌyˆÏܲñ öy!ܲ §yÓ˚y!òö•z ~•z ã˛ˆÏ° Ó%!é˛ öy ï˛ˆÏÓ §ˆÏ¶˛ƒÓ˚ !ë˛Ü˛ ÷Ó˚&ˆÏï˛ ~•z
àOöyñ xû˛yˆÏÓÓ˚ !öï˛ƒ ܲ°Ó˚Ó xyÓ˚ û˛y° ˛°yˆÏà öy– üˆÏö •Î˚ ò)Ó‰˚ xyˆÏÓ˚y !ܲå%È«˛î Óy•zˆÏÓ˚ ܲy!ê˛ˆÏÎ˚ ~ˆÏ° û˛y° •Î˚– !ܲv
Óy•zˆÏÓ˚Ä xyÓ˚ ܲy•yÏï˛Ü˛ û˛y° °yˆÏà⁄ !öÿ˛Î˚•z Ó%ˆÏé˛ í˛zë˛ˆÏï˛ ˛õyÓ˚ˆÏåÈö öy ˆÎ ~ ˆÜ˛ ⁄ ÎyÓ˚ âˆÏÓ˚ Óy•zˆÏÓ˚ §ÓáyˆÏö•z çµy°y– xy!ü
•°yü !àˆÏÎ˚ xˆÏô≈ܲ ˆÓܲyÓ˚ ~ܲ Î%Óܲ– xˆÏô≈ܲ ˆÓܲyÓ˚ ~•z xˆÏÌ≈ ˆÎ ˆÜ˛yö !òö ܲyç ˆçyˆÏê˛ xyÓyÓ˚ ˆÜ˛yö!òö ˆçyˆÏê˛ öy– ~•z
!öï˛ƒÜ˛yÓ˚ xû˛yÓ xöê˛ö•z xyüyÓ˚ !ã˛Ó˚§D#– ~•z ò%ɧ• ç#Óö !öˆÏÎ˚ ˆÜ˛ö ˆÎ ˆÓшÏã˛ xy!åÈ ï˛y Ó%ˆÏé˛ í˛zë˛ˆÏï˛ ˛õy!Ó˚ öy– ˆÎ!òö
ܲyç ˆçyˆÏê˛ ˆ§!òö û˛y!Ó Îyܲ !ܲå%È ~ܲê˛y xyç §%Ó˚y•y •° !ܲv xû˛yˆÏÓÓ˚ •yÑ ü%áê˛y ~ï˛•z Óí˛¸ ˆÎö üˆÏö •Î˚ ˆöyöyçˆÏ°Ó˚
xˆÏì˛° §ü%ˆÏo ~ܲ @’y§ !ü!‹T ç° òyöñ ˆÜ˛yÌyÎ˚ ˆÎ •y!Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚ ÎyÎ˚ ˆÓyé˛yÓ˚ xÓܲy¢ üye ˆòÎ˚ öy– ï˛Ó% Îáö ˛õÓ˚!òö §Ü˛yˆÏ°
xyÓyÓ˚ ˆÓ!Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚ ˛õ!í˛¸ ܲyˆÏçÓ˚ §¶˛yˆÏöñ §ÓyÓ˚ xy¢yû˛Ó˚y ã˛yí˛z!öˆÏï˛ !öˆÏçˆÏܲ ~ܲ•z §yˆÏÌ á%Ó òyü# ~ÓÇ •ï˛û˛yàƒ üˆÏö •Î˚–
Îáö åÈ ÓåȈÏÓ˚Ó˚ ˆåÈyê˛ ˆÓyöê˛y ӈϰ ĈÏë˛ Úòyòy ˙ Óy!í˛¸ˆÏï˛ ÓyFã˛y ˆÏòáû˛y° ܲÓ˚yÓ˚ ˆ°yܲ á%ÑçˆÏåÈñ ÎyÓ òyòy⁄ÛÛ ï˛áö ˆÜ˛yÌyÎ˚
ˆÎö Ó%ܲê˛y ÓƒyÌyÎ˚ !ã˛ö!ã˛ö ܲˆÏÓ˚ ĈÏë˛ñ ӈϰ í˛z!ë˛ ÚÚxy!ü !ܲ üˆÏÓ˚ ˆà!åÈ⁄ ˆÎ ï%˛•z ܲyç ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ Îy!Ó ˆ°yˆÏܲÓ˚ Óy!í˛¸ˆÏï˛⁄ÛÛ ~•z
•ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ ~ܲ çµy°y üˆÏÓ˚ ˆÎ Îy•z!ö ï˛y ˆï˛y ˆÓ¢ û˛y°•z Ó%!é˛ñ ≤Ã!ï˛!òˆÏöÓ˚ «%˛ôy ï,˛£èyÓ˚ ˆÓyô ˆï˛y ˆ§ê˛y û˛y°•z üˆÏö ܲ!Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚
ˆòÎ˚ñ !ܲv ~û˛yˆÏÓ Ü˛ï˛!òö⁄ ܲï˛!òö ã˛yܲ!Ó˚Ó˚ §¶˛yˆÏö â%ˆÏÓ˚ ˆÓí˛¸yÓ⁄ xyüyÓ˚ üï˛ Óyí˛zu˛%˛ˆÏ° Î%Óܲ ˆÎ •ë˛yÍ Ü˛ˆÏÓ˚ ~ï˛
û˛#£Ïîû˛yˆÏÓ ç#Óöü%á# •ˆÏÎ˚ ~ܲê˛y ã˛yܲ!Ó˚Ó˚ §¶˛yˆÏö xyˆÏåÈñ ÓyÓyÓ˚ ü,ï%˛ƒ ˆÎ ܲ# û˛#£Ïî Ó˚*˛õyhsˇÓ˚ ~ˆÏöˆÏåÈ ï˛y ˆÓyô •Î˚ ˆÜ˛í˛z
!ӈϟ’£Ïî ܲˆÏÓ˚Ä !ë˛Ü˛ ܲˆÏÓ˚ öyñ !ë˛Ü˛ Ó%ˆÏé˛ í˛zë˛ˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ öyñ ï˛y•z ˆÓyô •Î˚ ˆ˛õyí˛¸y ܲ˛õyˆÏ° ~ܲê˛y !ê˛í˛z¢öÄ ˛õÎ≈hsˇ ˆçyˆÏê˛ öy–
~•z òy!Ó˚o ˆòáyÓ˚ çöƒñ §•ƒ ܲÓ˚yÓ˚ çöƒ ˆÓшÏã˛ xy!åÈ Ó%é˛ˆÏï˛ ˛õy!Ó˚ öyñ öy!ܲ «%˛ôyÓ˚ çµy°yÎ˚ x!ï˛¤˛ •ˆÏÎ˚ !û˛ß¨ ˆ‹T¢ˆÏö Ü%˛!°
!à!Ó˚ ܲˆÏÓ˚•z xyüyˆÏܲ ç#ÓˆÏö ˆÓшÏã˛ ÌyܲˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ ï˛yÄ !ë˛Ü˛ ˆüˆÏö !öˆÏï˛ ˛õy!Ó˚ öy– Îáö §hsˇyˆÏöÓ˚ çß√ •Î˚ ÓyÓy üy ܲï˛
xyòˆÏÓ˚ ï˛yˆÏܲ Óí˛¸ ܲˆÏÓ˚ ï%˛°ˆÏï˛ ÌyˆÏܲñ ÓÇ¢ôÓ˚ˆÏܲ ÓyÑ!ã˛ˆÏÎ˚ Ó˚yáy•z ˆÓyô •Î˚ ï˛yˆÏòÓ˚ ç#ÓˆÏöÓ˚ ~ܲüye °«˛ƒñ ÓyÑã˛y üÓ˚yÓ˚ ò%Ó˚*˛•
xÌ≈ ï˛áö ˆÓyô •Î˚ •yÄÎ˚yÎ˚ ˆû˛ˆÏ§ ˆÓí˛¸yÎ˚ ˆÎÔÓöܲyˆÏ° ˆ˛õÔшÏåÈ ï˛áö ˆ§ ˆ§•z ò%Ó˚*• xÌ≈ ˆÓyé˛yÓ˚ ˆã˛‹Ty ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ÌyˆÏܲñ ˆÜ˛í˛z
§ú˛° •Î˚ ˆÜ˛í˛z •Î˚ öy– ~•z ˆÎüö xy!ü !ܲ •ˆÏÎ˚!åÈ⁄ öy!ܲ •Ó⁄ öy!ܲ ˆÜ˛yö!òö •ˆÏï˛•z ˛õyÓ˚ˆÏÓy öy⁄ ~û˛yˆÏÓ•z !öï˛ƒ
òy!Ó˚ˆÏoÓ˚ ÎyÑï˛yܲy° ˆ˛õ£Ïy•z •ˆÏï˛ ÌyܲˆÏÓ xyüyÓ˚ ç#Óö⁄ çy!ö öyñ çy!ö öy– ~•z§Ó û˛yÓˆÏï˛ Ó§yÓ˚ xÓ§Ó˚Ä !ܲ xyˆÏåÈ
xyüyÓ˚⁄ ~á%!ö ˆï˛y xyüyˆÏܲ ˆÓ!Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚ ˛õí˛¸ˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ Óy•zˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ Ä•z ܲü≈ü%áÓ˚ñ ˆÜ˛y°y•°ü%á˛Ó˚ ˆflÀyˆÏï˛ñ öy ~áöÄ xy!ü ú%˛!Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚
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ALUMNI
SECTION
INTRODUCTION

In the last decade Alumni organisations have become increasingly


important throughout the world.There are a variety of alumni organization in the
world with different sets of principles and objectives. Many of these alumni
organization find their linkage with their almamater as the first principle to follow.
There are many ways for our alumni to become involved, either on a regular
or occasional basis. Become a student mentor, promote academic study. help with
regional events around the country, support alumni funding. The alumni makes a
vital contribution to the institution by promoting the institution itself. Their positive
experience makes them best ambassadors. The alumni spread in the world,
encourage potential students to take the first step towards new learning qualification
and opportunities.
It’s matter of great pride for us that JGEC has very strong alumni base
worldwide specially in India & U.S our alumni are working as CEO. MD, President
Project Manager, Professor throughout the world. They are a great cause behind the
placement boom specially in core departments. In this time of recssion we have a lot
of expectation from our alumni.
But we are lacking the right cordination with our beloved and respected
alumni and it’s affecting our college. I was in touch with many alumni for this
section.They express their willingness to do something for thier almamater. But our
college administration, we the students are not keen interested to provide them with
adequte facilities and honor. Sometimes our alumni are also not enthusiastic and
attentive.
Anyway Annual magazine committee has taken an intiative to fill the gap b/w
college and Alumni, wishing a Jubilant relation b/w college and alumni.

Prabhat Kumar
prabhatkumarjgec@gmail.com
www.tejasviprabhat.blogspot.com
(3rd Year EE)
INTRO & MESSAGES
Name : Amit Misra
Session & Dept : 1981-1985, Mechanical
Company & Position : Tristar Steering and Suspension Aust’ Ltd. General
manager
Current location : Sydney
Memorable event related to JGEC : Attending strength of materials classes - of
Dr. Sripati Dutta. I loved it.
Ur message 4 students : Work hard
Favourite quotation : nothing in particular.
Nick Name : Khotta

Name : Bibhas Bhowmik


Dept. : Civil Engineering-1985 Pass out (CE-5)
Place of work : Qatar Petroleum (DOHA) - Lead Structural Engineer for Major
Projects Group.
Nick Name : Botham
Favourite Quotation -
U WERE GRADUATED YESTERDAY
U STOP LEARNING TODAY
U WILL BE UNEDUCATED TOMORROW
My message for students : Just sow Confidence within Yourselves
(irrespective of college you are passing out today) during your college days.
Which will reap you in every means to achieve your Dream Career.
Never kill the Engineer-hood within to Engineer yourself.

Name & Place (bari) : Tomojeet Chakraborty, BARASAT


Session & Dept. : 2002-2006 CIVIL ENGINEERING
Company & Position; TATA CONSULTANCY SERVICES, LEAD CORPORATE
SUSTAINABILITY EASTERN REGION
Honorary Position : Member of SDCA, Affirmative Action Committees of
CII<India industries>

Editor-in-Chief of Globalnewsnet
Member-UNV
Also a member of “NASSCOM”
Current location : KOLKATA
Memorable event related to JGEC : EVERY MOMENT OF JALU.
Ur message for students : IN LOVE, IN LIFE, IN STUDIES SIMPLY ROCK ON
Favourite Quotation : LOVE IS LIFE.
Nick name : TOMBHAI (college nick name)
My colleagues can tell my office Nickname
Jalpaiguri Government Engineering College and
its impact on Higher Education in the region
Dr. Jyotirmay Jhampati
Principal, JGEC (1971-1975, JGEC, EE)

Jalpaiguri is in the lap of eastern Himalaya of north-east India. Jalpaiguri district


as a whole is the only specimen of its class having thousands of acres of tea gardens
and forest. Jalpaiguri has come into existence as a municipal township in the eighties of
nineteenth century and has since been an administrative unit, i.e. a divisional headquar-
ters of all the districts in North Bengal. It's a tranquil place in the Himalayan foothills with
ideal social harmony in all sections of people. In the midst of such tranquility and seren-
ity it has become a place of interest for everyone apart from all anguish, agony and
exhaustion.

As against the present feature of urban quality brick building and metalled roads
were rarities excepting those constructed by British Rulers. The inhabitants lived in
wooden house with corrugated sheet roofing in the surrounding landscape and in a
major way had educational and cultural components with personality and character
which had since been in continuous flourishing until a very recent past.

The immigrants and old residents grew enormously with a spirit of progress
after independence. There were no university and no eminent higher educational insti-
tutions for prosecuting studies above school level. The bright meritorious students of
the region had to take the pains of affording higher education elsewhere for a positive
contribution to nation- building and a major section who could not afford had been de-
prived.

Opening of door to higher education in North Bengal came into reality in the
sixties of last century. The history of this development is too long to be narrated here.
Long nurtured dream of educationists in Jalpaiguri and its surroundings with their out-
look and positive role have translated the dream into reality in creating higher educa-
tional institutions and university in this region. The establishment of Jalpaiguri Govern-
ment Engineering College, North Bengal University and North Bengal Medical College
are the result of the practical realization of thoughts of those great men in the region.

These historical achievements are all set to poise for any kind of academic
distinction presently.

Since 1961, Jalpaiguri Government Engineering College has had positive con-
tribution and focuses on the leadership ability and excellence to the future need of tech-
nologically educated manpower in West Bengal and in India

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Jalpaiguri Government Engineering College is presently equipped with huge re-
source and potential to play the role of a lead institute in this region for the promotion of
higher education, school-level education; local area development of economically
backward section of people in rural areas, technology development and transfer of tech-
nology for the development of society as a whole.

A short introduction outlining the resources and potential may be cited for draw-
ing attention of faculty & authorities of colleges and schools and also for local area
development authority.
1. A Central Computer Centre with 135 Desktop PCs and Central Servers.
2. Campus Wide Networking with a NetWork Backbone of Voice & Data Trans-
mission to all Academic Departments, Administrative & Financial Sections, Principal's
Chamber, All Faculty Rooms, Training & Placement Cell, Conference Rooms, All Class
Rooms and all Labs of Engineering Departments, Hostel Rooms in Male and Female
Hostels and in Faculty & Staff Quarters within Campus. Internet Access with 2 Mbps
Dedicated Lease- Line round-the-clock in all places within Campus including student
hostels and Faculty & Staff quarters are the installed facility has been installed. Mobile
Telephon Services has been made available throughout the entire campus. Softwares
are installed in Central Server System for benefit through Network Backbone.
3. WBUT provides 6000+ Nos. of free e-books from Springer for downloading and
printingcapacity through Central Server System.
4. Modern State-of-the-art Language Lab.
5. Video Conferencing System for Virtual Interactive Classroom Facilities from the
faculties of Premier Institutes in India and Abroad.
6. A Central Library having 15,000 Titles and 40,000 Volumes with Modern Soft
ware for Library Management and Documentation.
7. E-journals viz.
IEL Online - 120 Journals
ASCE (American Society of Civil Engineers) - 30 Journals
ASME (American Society of Mech. Engineers) - 19 Journals
Springer - 520 Journals.
DEL (Digital Engineering Library) - 4000 Articles.
8. Modern Workshop with Plumbing Shop, Welding Shop, Carpentry Shop, Lathe
Machine Shop, Furnace Shop, Francis & Kaplan Turbine and I.c. Engine Laboratory.

Additionally our institute has implemented a continuous process of thrust in


Networking Linkage with Esteemed Institutions and Industry as Formal and Informal
Network Partner of our Institution for institutional and faculty development.

COGNIZANT TECHNOLOGY SOLUTION (CTS) has already established an "In


Campus School for Development of Soft Skills and Communication Skills for Students
in Collaboration with Jalpaiguri Govt. Engg. College.

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In addition, our institution is being tied-up with Amrita Viswa-Vidyapeetham for
INDO-US Inter-University Collaborative initiative in Higher Education and Research for
a special Satellite Network to be established by ISRO through one Satellite Interactive
Terminal (SIT) for linkages with Lead Universities in USA, namely University of Califor-
nia at Barkley, State University of New York, Harvard University, Princeton University
etc. with associated initiative of 03 (Three) Leading Technological Companies in the
World, namely Microsoft, Qualcomm and Cadence.

For this purpose a basic need area has been visualized. These includes the
following :
a) Sharing of resources with all institutions in the region for the benefit of students.
b) Developing coordination with local authority for planning and execution of need based
projects for overall development of the region.
c) Facilitating provision of toilets and drinking water for elementary schools in remote
area of this region for the promotion of basic education to the future generation of
backward sections of society people.
d) Providing basic need of energy from alternative sources of generation.

Objective:

Jalpaiguri Government Engineering College with the tradition of one enshrined


institute proposes to build up a cluster of schools and colleges for effective network-
ing and sharing of resources for the promotion of excellence and a “Coordinating
Cell" people's representatives, N.G.O., personalities and educationists of this region to
accept the challenge for the extension of benefit in the above needed areas.

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Bwi guse me pati se


Jab dekho Jeb me sarab ki bottal rakhe rahte ho.
Pati : to tu kye chahti hai ?
Har samay honto se lagaye rakhu ?

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Visit to Jurong Chemical Hub at Singapore and our Nayachar
Dr. Soupayan Mitra
Assistant Professor & HOD , Mech Engg. Deptt.
1986-90 (Batch)

An industrial visit to the Jurong Chemical Hub was organized by the ENERGEX2007
Conference management, in Singapore. I went to Singapore to take part and to present
a Paper in the International Technical Conference on “Sustainable Energy: Challenges
and Opportunities for the 21st century (ENERGEX2007)” held at Suntec Convention
Centre, Singapore on 27-30 November 2007. I went there from our Jalpaiguri Government
College (JGEC), by the combined initiative of JGEC, Higher Education (Technical)
Department of West Bengal and Directorate of Technical Education, West Bengal, as
a part of “Technical Education Quality Improvement Programme(TEQIP)”. Many
academicians along with industry-people from more than fifty nations from various part
of the world took part in the conference. An industrial visit to the “Jurong Chemical Hub”
was organized by ENERGEX2007 Conference management, in Singapore. I also availed
myself of this rare opportunity. Rare, as the visit to Jurong Island ‘Chemical Hub’ is
strictly restricted by Govt. of Singapore. Although otherwise known as a‘free country’,
no camera, or any kind of recording and imaging device were allowed in ‘Jurong
Chemical Hub’.
Jurong is a man-made island located to the southwest of the main island of Singapore,
off Jurong Industrial Estate. A small history of Jurong Island (Source:Internet sites) may
not be out of place here. It was formed through land reclamation from amalgamation of
several offshore islands, chiefly the seven main islands of Pulau Ayer Chawan, Pulau
Ayer Merbau, Pulau Merlimau, Pulau Seraya, Pulau Pesek, Pulau Pesek Kecil and
Pulau Sakra. The outlying islands of the first four mentioned islands used to house
fishing communities comprising small villages up to the 1960s. Between late-1960s
and early-1970s, three big oil companies planned to house their facilities on Pulau Ayer
Chawan for Esso, Pulau Merlimau for Singapore Refinery company and Pulau Pesek
for Mobil Oil. Then the Government took the opportunity to grow the petrochemical
industry as a choice that significantly produces economic growth. This initiative turned
out to be a great success and contributed very significantly to economic growth of
Singapore from 1970s on. But after a decade of rapid industrialization, industrial land
was growing scarce on Singapore mainland. The idea of joining the southern islands
off Jurong to form one colossal island to create more industrial land was therefore
conceived. In 1991, JTC Corporation (formerly Jurong Town Corporation) was appointed
as the agent of the Jurong Island project. At present the island is composed of about
three thousand hector (about 30 square km), but after the completion of land reclamation
it will be 32 square kilometer from an initial area of 10 square km. Jurong Island is
linked to the main island by a 2.3 km causeway known as the Jurong Island Highway,
opened in March1999.

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The ‘Chemical Hub’ at Jurong Island, Singapore is basically a cluster of industries
based on power generation, chemical, petrochemical and pharmaceutical industries
etc. and integrated utilities including natural gas, power, steam, cooling water waste
treatment, chemical and heat reclamation, chemical waste incineration etc. Today Jurong
is the home to some largest petrochemical companies of the world such as B.A.S.F.,
Celanese, ExxonMobil, DuPont, Mitsui Chemicals, Chevron Oronite, Shell and Sumitomo
Chemical. Almost eighty multi-national companies have invested billion of dollar here.
These companies produce an array of products ranging from petrochemical products
to poly-carbonate rasin used in CDs, DVDs, LCDs, panels for television, and super
absorbent polymers etc.
The surface area of Singapore is very small, even less than any district of West-
Bengal. It has got practically zero amounts of natural resources such as coal, petroleum.
Even practically they do not have potable water. Singapore imports potable water from
Malaysia through a long-term agreement. Some amount of potable water is collected
by rain harvesting. So the average price of 1 litre of bottled drinking water is quite high,
about S$2 (equivalent to about Rs. 60).
But despite all these hurdles and possessing no crude deposit of its own, through
petrochemical and chemical industries, Singapore has acquired a place among the
world’s top three oil refinery centres.

The whole ‘Chemical Hub’ at Jurong is being operated on some integrated ‘Zero
Philosophy’, such as: Zero defects, Zero waste/effluent discharge, and Zero pollution
(i.e., within strict Environmental Protection Act), Zero accident, Zero loss in manpower
and other resources. For example, I visited ‘City Square Residences Project’ in
Singapore. I noticed that up to 1st December ‘2007, total Man-hours worked is more
than 24 lakhs there and not a single man-hour was lost due to accident or crane
collapse, or for some so-called ‘common reasons’ to which we are accustomed with
here in many industrial sectors. Evidence of same work-culture was observed in
Singapore by self in other projects also.
Another point that may be mentioned here is that in any modern industry hub including
Jurong Chemical Hub, the so-called ‘wastes’ or ‘effluents’ are not considered as real
‘waste’ or ‘loss’, rather considered as ‘commodities’ and thus reclaimed. In Jurong
Chemical Hub the so called ‘waste-products’ coming out from different industries are
not thrown out to the sea or environment, rather is sold as “commodities” to another big
MNC houses situated within Jurong itself, such as Sembcorp Utilities Industries, which
optimally reclaim heat and chemicals out of those “waste” products. Their philosophy
is triple “R’-”REUSE”, “RECYCLE” and “REDUCTION”(reduction of use of natural
resources and reduction of waste, defects & pollutions) which serves the triple “E”
purposes of Economic development, Environment protection and Employment i.e., in
short Sustainable Development.
It is really fascinating to see that the whole ‘hub’ i.e., all the industries at Jurong are neat
and clean. Environment is strictly protected. The whole hub is running at high efficiency
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and thousands of people are working there. The whole Chemical Hub of the country is
covered with many trees. They do not burn any coal (as importing & using coal will lead
to more pollution etc.) . Rather they import natural gas and crude oil through 640 km
long undersea pipelines from Indonesia.
After visiting ‘Chemical Hub’ at Jurong, one can easily realize that the ‘Chemical Hub’
does not necessarily mean ‘Pollution Hub’ or ‘Killing hub’, if proper steps are taken in
design, implementation and operation stages and modern technologies are adopted to
combat pollution for the sake of sustainable development. People who are crying for
‘pollution’ etc regarding proposed establishment of ‘chemical hub’ at West Bengal’ may
please go to Jurong to get their wrong concepts and primitive ideas shattered. Of course,
we need to make our mind-set and work-culture more resplendent to move into the
positive direction of sustainable development which will ultimately generate more
employment and boost up our economy.
It’s a fact that the concept of Chemical Hub of such kind is a new one in India . After the
Nandigram incidence the Govt. of West Bengal has chosen a place called Nayachar,
near Haldia, as proposed chemical hub site. The available space there is around 50
square kilometer, whereas that of the Jurong is 32square kilometer only! The required
infrastructure will be developed by the West Bengal Industrial Infrastructure
Development Corporation (WBIIDC) and New Kolkata International Development Pvt.
Ltd (NKID). NKID is basically a consortium formed by three groups of industries namely-
1) Salem Group, Indonesia, 2) Universal Success Company of Prasun Mukherjee and
3) Bengal Unitech Company.
As per decision, Indian Oil Corporation will grow oil refinery industry there. Over 500
small scale, medium scale and large scale companies will come and invest into various
industries there. Over thousands types of products will be manufactured including
various polymers, synthetic fibre, LPG, bitumen, paints, tier, synthetic rubber. A deep-
sea port will be set up to serve the proposed ‘Chemical Hub’ at Nayachar. Prediction
says directly over one lakh and indirectly over twelve lakh people will be employed for
this proposed chemical hub. The other possible consequences are: the transportation
and other means of conveyances will be improved. The investments will grow gradually.
Fields will be created to implement state-of-the-art techniques and other modern
management techniques thereby enhancing possibilities of research and development
in the fields of science, technology and management. In short , it is expected that the
proposed Chemical Hub at Nayachar will play a very important role regarding employment
generation and overall development of the state & country as well .It may finally emerge
as an ‘Employment Hub’ or a ‘Development Hub’.After all observations, one may easily
agree with the comments as made by West Bengal Assembly Standing Committee
related to Industry –Commerce and Industry-restructure etc (Shri Sudip
Bandhyapadhyay,Hon’ble MLA ,is the Committee Chairman) regarding the upcoming
Nayachar Chemical Hub of West Bangal that “…it would add impetus to change radically
the existing industrial scenario and with selection of the site, … Haldia would be a
brand name in India.”
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Apart from attending ENERGEX-2007, International Conference in Singapore, I also
visited National University of Singapore (NUS), particularly its Mechanical Engineering
Department. In this connection, one International Seminar on “Renewable Energy:
Energy Security and Sustainable Development” was organized at our college, jointly by
JGEC and Jadavpur University under TEQIP during last 20-22 March’09. Prof. M. N. A.
Hawlader of NUS and Dr. Ye Shaochun of Tang Fang Asia Pacific Renewable Industries
Ltd (R & D section) joined the seminar at our college. It is highlighted and opined that
there is a very good possibilities of future collaborative research and even establishing
students and faculty exchange programme etc with NUS and other industries of
Singapore. We all have to work to that direction to make our college even stronger in
academic arena.

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Sanjoy Chakraborty
(C.E,1996-2000)
Senior Highway Design Engineer, Maunsell Aecom,
Tounsville, Australia

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Sayan Mandal
(E.E. 2003-2007) Wipro, Bangalore

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çyöy°y
Aalap Saha
(E.E. 2003-2007) PDCL

~ܲê˛y çyöy°yñ ~ܲê˛y ú˛yÑܲy âÓ˚ó


çyöy°yê˛yÎ˚ ˆÜ˛yˆÏöy àÓ˚yò ˆö•z ˆ§•z ܲˆÏÓ ˆÌˆÏܲ–
§yüˆÏöÓ˚ !Ó¢y° ˆáy°y üyë˛ xyÓ˚ xyܲy¢ê˛y ï˛y•z §Óy•zˆÏܲ ˆí˛ˆÏܲ ÎyÎ˚
í˛zòy§ ò,!‹T !ܲå%ȈÏï˛•z ˆÎö xyÓ˚ xyê˛Ü˛yÎ˚ öy–
çyöy°yê˛y åÈy!í˛¸ˆÏÎ˚ ã˛ˆÏ° ÎyÎ˚ xˆÏöܲ ò)ˆÏÓ˚
üyë˛ñ !òàhsˇˆÏçyí˛¸y ã˛y Óyàyöñ ˛õ!Ó˚ÎyÎ˚# ˛õy!áˆÏòÓ˚ üyˆÏé˛
!é˛ˆÏ° ö#ˆÏ°Ó˚ ≤Ã!ï˛!ӈϡ∫ñ xyÓ˚ xyܲyˆÏ¢Ó˚ §Ó xq(ï%˛ˆÏí˛¸ ˆüâ=ˆÏ°yˆÏï˛
ܲyˆÏö ÓyˆÏç ~ܲê˛y üyòܲï˛yÓ˚ åÈ®ñ
ˆÜ˛Ó!° •y!Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚ ÎyÄÎ˚y–

≤Ã!ï˛!òö•z öï%˛ö ˆ°yܲ xyˆÏ§ çyöy°yê˛yÎ˚


ˆÜ˛ çyˆÏö ܲyˆÏܲ ˛õyÓyÓ˚ xy¢yÎ˚ ⁄
§Ó%ç xyÓ˚ ˆ§yöy°# ˆÓ˚yˆÏòÓ˚ !üˆÏ¢°ê˛y Óí˛¸ !üˆÏ벖
çyöy°yê˛y åÈyí˛¸ˆÏï˛•z •zˆÏFåÈ Ü˛ˆÏÓ˚ öy ...

!öˆÏçˆÏܲ á%шÏç ˛õyÓyÓ˚ ~ܲê˛y Ó˚yhflÏy xyˆÏåÈ ÄÓ˚•z ˛õyˆÏ¢


xyÓ˚... üyö%£Ï Ê ... !öˆÏçˆÏܲ ˆòáˆÏï˛ Óí˛¸ û˛y°ÓyˆÏ§
ï˛y ˆ§ xyÎ˚öyÎ˚ ˆ•yܲ Óy ≤Ã!ï˛ˆÏÎyà#ï˛yÎ˚–
ï˛y•z çyöy°ê˛yˆÏܲ ˆåȈÏí˛¸ ~ܲ!òö ã˛ˆÏ°y ˆÎˆÏï˛ •Î˚ñ ˛õ!ÌܲˆÏòÓ˚•z üï˛
ï˛yÓ˚˛õˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ çyöy°y=ˆÏ°yˆÏï˛ §Ó àÓ˚yò ˆòÄÎ˚y
ò,!‹Tê˛y ˆÜ˛üö ˆÎö Ó˚&k˛ñ
!öˆÏçˆÏܲ ~ܲê˛y Ó®# ӈϰ üˆÏö •Î˚–
áy!° fl∫≤¿ üyˆÏé˛ üyˆÏé˛ ~ˆÏ§ ӈϰ ˆòÎ˚ ÈÙÙÈ
Úçyöy°y ÊÛ ï%˛!ü !ܲ ~ܲÓyÓ˚ ã˛ˆÏ° xy§ˆÏï˛ ˛õyÓ˚ öy
xyüyÓ˚ ~•z öï%˛ö çyöy°yê˛yÎ˚ ⁄

Teacher : Bachho batao Pakistan ne jo atom bomb India pe fenka tha, India ne use
pencil bana diya, uska naam kya hai?
Santa : ADNAN SAMI

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Concepts of Unity
Rahul Dev
(ME, 2003-2007), CTS

It has been years since I first heard the word 'Unity'; rather I should say 'Ekta'.
Ekta had a recognizably more impactful stress in it than its foreign version. Not only
because the Hindi teacher was more banked on the word, but in more obvious man-
ners. There were poems named 'Ekta', one liners-"Ekta mein shakti hai" and of course
beautiful girls named 'Ekta'. May be you can find poems named 'Unity' (if any such
exists) or phrases like "United we stand, divided we fall", but I can bet you can never find
a petit blonde named 'Unity'. My classmate 'Ekta' paved an easier way for me to re-
member this word.
Till my last years at school 'Ekta' was merely a word for me. The sole reason
was that I had never heard or read any speeches save that of my school principal's. By
speeches I mean those delivered by any leader of stature that affects the mass. It was
only when I started hearing speeches, may be a speech against environment pollution
which would say," Human kind must unite against the causes for pollution", a speech by
a film actor, "The film industry must unite against piracy", or a Taliban leader declaring,
"We must unite in jihad againsts America and it's friends". And then the word 'Unity'
which had a vignette impression in my thoughts started taking a shape. And in my
subsequent days it became a 'Concept'.
Unity is the first word in the dictionary of any leader. This concept can do won-
ders-it can overturn the inferno of an autocratic ruler, or devour an evil force. One thing
that intricates me most is that the 'United' evils too had won over good, there are few
instances in history,but being a bunch of optimists we should always forget this. I came
up with this revelation during my college days. The instance as a fiction is as follows.
"Union has to be formed. Everyone is thinking of nothing else but Union. Believe
me no one thinks of it for the rest of the year. Actually to be precise everyone is thinking
of 'The OS'. Who should it, be? ‘A’ is a person of fame, popular among friends and has
a bigger gang and not a bad person either.‘B’ is a person who knows that he is better in
many ways than ‘A’.‘B’ is an introvert and has a close group of limited friends. Now
friends of , ‘A’ demanded to make him the OS. ‘B’s friends want an election to decide
over the post. Friends of ‘A’ say, 'Election would hamper our unity, it's no option'. And in
case of selection ‘A’ is the OS. ‘B’ has got nothing to say, ‘A’ s gang is bigger and unity
is important.
‘B’ should have fought to be the OS. At least he would have given everyone else
a fair chance to choose their leader out of the available options. One is not an option.
Unity killed his justification."
But we are not to blame the Unity, rather see the virtue and the miracle which it
can create. After all, Leaders are so because they take the step forward and they know
how to use 'Unity'- a magic wand. ‘B’ was never a leader. A was.
"Even in selection, there is election.
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“ONCE UPON A TIME”..

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xy!ü ˜§Ü˛ï˛– xyç Î!òÄ ~•z öyˆÏü xyüyˆÏܲ ˆÜ˛í˛z í˛yˆÏܲ öy ÈÙÙÈ ï˛Ó% Ó‡ ÓåÈÓ˚ xyˆÏàÓ˚ ˆ§•z öyü ôˆÏÓ˚ xyçÄ !öˆÏçˆÏܲ ~•z
öyˆÏü í˛yܲˆÏï˛ û˛yˆÏ°y•z °yˆÏà– xyçˆÏܲÓ˚ ~•z Ü%˛!í˛¸ê˛y ÓåÈÓ˚ ˆ˛õ!Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚ xy§y ~ܲ ˛õÌ ˆû˛y°y §y!ܲö !ë˛Ü˛yöy•#ö û˛Óâ%ˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ §yˆÏÌ
ˆ§!òˆÏöÓ˚ ˜§Ü˛ˆÏï˛Ó˚ !ü° á%Ó Ü˛ü•z ˛õyˆÏÓö– ˆ§!òˆÏöÓ˚ ˜§Ü˛ï˛... xyçÄ üˆÏö ˛õˆÏí˛¸ñ !ܲå%È ~ܲê˛y á%ÑçˆÏï˛ Óy!í˛¸ ˆåȈÏí˛¸ ˆÓ!Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚
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xyüyÓ˚ !ë˛Ü˛yöy ~áö ¢•Ó˚ï˛°#Ó˚ ~ܲê˛y ˆü§Óy!í˛¸– ˆ§!òˆÏöÓ˚ ˜§Ü˛ˆÏï˛Ó˚ ܲyˆÏåÈ xyçÄ}ö# xy!ü– ÈÙÙÙÙÈ ÄÓ˚ ôyÓ˚ ܲÓ˚y
!ÓˆÏòƒˆÏï˛ Ü˛ˆÏÎ˚ܲê˛y !ê˛í˛z¢ö ܲ!Ó˚– Ó˚yï˛ˆÏçˆÏà §y!•ï˛ƒ ã˛ã≈˛y xyÓ˚ §yÓ˚y !òö ôˆÏÓ˚ publisher ~Ó˚ òÓ˚çyÎ˚ òÓ˚çyÎ˚ •ˆÏï˛ƒ !òˆÏÎ˚
ˆÓí˛¸yö–
~ܲü%á òy!í˛¸ ˆàÑyˆÏú˛Ó˚ çDˆÏ° !öˆÏçˆÏܲ ˆÓ¢ §y!•!ï˛ƒÜ˛ °yˆÏà xÓ¢ƒ– ˆü§Óy!í˛¸ê˛y xyüyÓ˚ ܲÛ!òˆÏöÓ˚ üyÌy ˆàÑyçyÓ˚ ë˛Ñy•z ÈÙÙÈ
•Î˚ˆÏï˛y xyÓyÓ˚ ˆÜ˛yÌyÄ !àˆÏÎ˚ í˛zë˛Ó–
˛õ%Ó˚yö ˜§Ü˛ï˛ˆÏܲ ~ܲÓ˚ܲü û%˛ˆÏ°•z ˆÎï˛yü •Î˚ï˛Û ÈÙÙÈ Î!òöy ˆ§!òö ˆüˆÏê˛∆yÎ˚ Úé%˛üÛ ~Ó˚ §yˆÏÌ xyÓyÓ˚ ˆòáy öy •ˆÏÎ˚ ˆÎï˛–

!ÓˆÏܲ° ˆÓ°yÎ˚ ~•z ˛õyÜ≈˛ê˛y ~áˆÏöy ~ܲê%˛ !ö!Ó˚!Ó!° ÌyˆÏܲ– ï˛y•z !ÓˆÏܲˆÏ° ܲˆÏ°ç å%È!ê˛Ó˚ ˛õÓ˚ ò%òu˛ ˆ≤Ãü ܲÓ˚yÓ˚ çöƒ ~•z
˛õyÜ≈˛ê˛yˆÏܲ•z ˆ≤Ãú˛yÓ˚ ܲˆÏÓ˚ ÄÓ˚y– xyÓ˚Ä Ü˛ï˛ ˆçyí˛¸y ˛õy!á ~!òܲ Ä!òܲ åÈ!í˛¸ˆÏÎ˚ !åÈ!ê˛ˆÏÎ˚ ӈϧ ˆ≤ÃüÜ%˛O Ó˚ã˛öy ܲˆÏÓ˚– Ü˛ï˛ Ü˛Ìy
ÈÙÙÈ Ü˛ï˛ à“ ÈÙÙÈ §üÎ˚ê˛y !ܲû˛yˆÏÓ ˆÎö ÓˆÏÎ˚ ÎyÎ˚– ï˛yÓ˚˛õÓ˚ §)Î≈ ~ܲ §üÎ˚ ˛õ!ÿ˛ü!òܲê˛yˆÏܲ àyì˛¸ Ó˚Ç üy!áˆÏÎ˚ çyöyö ˆòÎ˚ ÈÙÙÈ
Guys, time up. üö ï˛Ó% üyöˆÏï˛ ã˛yÎ˚ öy !ܲå%ȈÏï˛•z ÈÙÙÈ ÓyÓ˚ ÓyÓ˚ ӈϰ ĈÏë˛ !≤’ç xyÓ˚ ~ܲê%˛ ... §üÎ˚ ï˛Ó% ܲyˆÏÓ˚yÓ˚ ܲÌy
ˆ¢yˆÏö öy–
xyç ˆÓyô•Î˚ ò%ˆÏê˛yˆÏï˛ !üˆÏ° ˆçyÓ˚ û˛!Ó£Ïƒï˛ xyˆÏ°yã˛öy ã˛°ˆÏåÈ– ˆ≤ÈÏü ˛õí˛¸yÓ˚ xyˆÏà ˜§Ü˛ï˛ á%Ó û˛yÓï˛ ÎyÓ˚y ˆ≤Ãü ܲˆÏÓ˚ ~ï˛
!ܲ ܲÌy ӈϰ Ê ~ï˛ !ܲ ܲÌy ÌyܲˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚Ê
•zöˆÏú˛Q ˜§Ü˛ï˛ ÓÓ˚yÓÓ˚•z Practical á%Óñ xyÓ˚ é%˛ü ˛≤Ãã˛u˛ ˆÓ˚yüy!rê˛Ü˛– xàï˛ƒy ã˛yˆÏ˛õ ˛õˆÏí˛¸ ˜§Ü˛ï˛ §üÎ˚ !òˆÏï˛ Óyôƒ •ï˛–
~•z ÎyÉ é%˛ˆÏüÓ˚ ܲÌy ï˛ Ó°ˆÏï˛•z û%˛ˆÏ° ˆà!åÈ– é%˛üÛñ ˜§Ü˛ˆÏï˛Ó˚ é%˛ü ñ xyòˆÏï˛ Ú!Ó˚ü!é˛üÛ ÈÙÙÙÙÈ ~ܲçö ~§!Óxy•z Branch
manager ~Ó˚ ~ܲüye §hsˇyö– ˜§Ü˛ï˛ Îáö ≤ÃÌü ˆòá!åÈ° é%˛üˆÏܲ ˆû˛ˆÏÓ!åÈ° !ܲ ~ܲ !òö ~Ó˚ §yˆÏÌ•z âÓ˚ÓyôyÓ˚ fl∫≤¿
ˆòáˆÏÓ ⁄ ˆüyˆÏê˛•z öy ÈÙÙÈ ~ï˛ xyò%ˆÏÓ˚ ˆüˆÏÎ˚ §yü°yˆÏöy ˜§Ü˛ˆÏï˛Ó˚ ˛õˆÏ«˛ x§Ω˛Ó !åÈ° ÈÙÙÈ !ܲv §Ó•z !ܲû˛yˆÏÓ ˆÎö §Ω˛Ó •°–
ˆ§!òö ˛õyˆÏÜ≈˛ ~ܲê˛y ÓyFã˛y üyÈÙÙÈÓyÓyÓ˚ §yˆÏÌ ~ˆÏ§!åÈ°ó ò%çˆÏö•z ü%?˛ •ˆÏÎ˚ ˆòá!åÈ° ÈÙÙÈ •Î˚ˆÏï˛y Óy û˛!Ó£Ïƒï˛ˆÏܲ ˆòá!åÈ°
xÓyܲ •ˆÏÎ˚–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ xyüyˆÏòÓ˚ ˆåȈϰ •ˆÏÓ öy ˆüˆÏÎ˚ •ˆÏÓ Ó°‰ˆÏï˛y ⁄
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ ˆüˆÏÎ˚–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ öyÉ ˆåȈϰ–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ xyFåÈy ˆö ÈÙÙÈ ò%ˆÏê˛y•z •ˆÏÓ– !ܲv é%˛üñ ˆüˆÏÎ˚ •ˆÏ° öyüê˛y Ú!ï˛ï˛y§Û Ó˚y!᧖
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ xƒÑy•z Ê xyÓyÓ˚ Ú!ï˛ï˛y§Û üy°ê˛y ˆÜ˛ Ó°ï˛ ⁄ °y•zˆÏö !åȈϰ üˆÏö •ˆÏFåÈ ....
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ öy ˆÓ˚ ÓyÓyñ Äú‰˛ Ê á%Ó !ܲí˛zê˛ öy öyüê˛y ...
ÈÙÙÈ xyÓ˚ xy!ü ⁄ xy!ü !ܲí˛zê˛ öy ⁄
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ÈÙÙÙÙÈ•ƒÑy ÈÙÙÈ ï%˛•z §Ó ÈÙÙÈ ~ÓyÓ˚ Ä뉲 öy•ˆÏ° xyçˆÏÜ˛Ä àyˆÏí≈˛Ó˚ í˛yu˛y ˆáˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ ÈÙÙÈ ˛õyˆÏÜ≈˛Ó˚ üy°=ˆÏ°y öy ....
§!ï ƒ Ê xyçˆÏܲÓ˚ ˜§Ü˛ï˛ ܲï˛!òö û%˛ˆÏ° ˆàˆÏåÈ ˆ§•z !òö=ˆÏ°yÓ˚ ܲÌy– infact •Î˚ˆïÏ ˛y üˆÏö•z ˛õí˛¸ï˛ eö ˆÜ˛yöÄ!òö
ˆüˆÏê˛∆yˆÏï˛ !ú˛Ó˚!åÈ° ÈÙÙÈ •ë˛yÍ•z ˆòá° ï˛yÓ˚ é%˛üˆÏܲ ÈÙÙÈ •ƒÑy ï˛yÓ˚•z é%˛ü ˆï˛y– ˆüˆÏÎ˚ ÈÙÙÈ x!Óܲ° ï˛yÓ˚ ˆú˛ˆÏ° xy§y Úé%˛üÛ ˆÎö–
!à!ߨ !à!ߨ ˆã˛•yÓ˚y •ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ ÈÙÙÈ ˆÓyô •Î˚ ˆÜ˛yöÄ fl%Ò° ܲˆÏ°ˆÏç ˛õí˛¸yÎ˚ ~áö– §ˆÏDÓ˚ ˆüˆÏÎ˚ê˛y ï˛y•ˆÏ° ... ~ï˛!òö ˛õÓ˚ ï˛yÓ˚
é%˛üˆÏܲ ˆ§ !ã˛öˆÏï˛ ˛õyÓ˚°ñ !ܲv é%˛ü ˛õyÓ˚° !ܲ ⁄ Ü˛ï˛ !òö xyˆÏàÓ˚ Ü˛ï˛ Ü˛Ìy ~ܲ ü%‡ˆÏï≈˛ üˆÏö ˛õí˛¸ˆÏï˛ °yà°– ˆÓÔ!òˆÏܲ á%Ó
üˆÏö ˛õí˛¸ˆÏåÈ– ï˛yÓ˚ ü!° ˆÓÔ!òó xyÓyÓ˚ çyÓÓ˚ ܲyê˛ˆÏï˛ Ó§!åÈ...
ܲï˛!òö xyˆÏàÓ˚ ~ܲ §¶˛ƒyÎ˚ ...
òyòy x!ú˛§ ˆÌˆÏܲ ܲáö !ú˛ˆÏÓ˚ˆÏåÈ çy!ööy ÈÙÙÈ xy!ü IJõˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ âˆÏÓ˚ ˛õí˛¸!åÈ°yü– ÓyÓyÈÙÙÈüyˆÏܲ xyÓ˚ üˆÏö ˛õˆÏí˛¸ öy– üˆÏö ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛
ã˛y•zˆÏ°Ä ˛õy!Ó˚ öy ÈÙÙÈ üyÌyÓ˚ IJõÓ˚ xyç òyòy ˆÓÔ!ò xyˆÏåÈ– ĈÏòÓ˚ °yû˛ÈÙüƒyˆÏÓ˚ç– !ܲv ò%û≈˛yàƒ ÄÓ˚y !öɧhsˇyö– ~•z
Óƒy˛õyÓ˚ê˛y ĈÏòÓ˚ §ˆÏ¡õˆÏÜ≈˛Ó˚ í˛z_y˛õˆÏܲ Óyí˛¸yˆÏFåÈ ï˛y ˜§Ü˛ï˛ xyçܲy° ˆÓ¢ Ó%é˛ˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚–
•ë˛yÍ òyòy ˆÓÔ!òÓ˚ ã˛#ÍܲyÓ˚ ÈÙÙÈ é˛àí˛¸yÓ˚ xyÄÎ˚yçê˛y xöƒ!òˆÏöÓ˚ ˆã˛ˆÏÎ˚ ~ܲê%˛ ˆÓ¢#•z ˆÎö– òyòy ~ܲ öyü# ˆÜ˛y¡õyö#Ó˚
~à!ç!ܲí˛z!ê˛û ÈÙÙÈ ï˛yåÈyí˛¸y ÓyÓy üyÓ˚ ˆÓ˚ˆÏá ÎyÄÎ˚y §¡õ!_Ó˚ ˆòÔ°ˆÏï˛ Ó¶%˛ §üyˆÏç Óí˛¸ˆÏ°yˆÏܲÓ˚ ˆåȈϰ ӈϰ ˛õ!Ó˚!ã˛ï˛ !åÈ°yü
ï˛áö– ˆÓÔ!òÓ˚ ܲyߨyÓ˚ xyÄÎ˚yçê˛y á%Ó Ü˛yˆÏö °yà° ÈÙÙÈ ö#ˆÏã˛ ˆöˆÏü ˆòá°yü ˆÓÔ!òˆÏܲ òyòy üòƒ˛õ xÓfliyÎ˚ üyÓ˚ˆÏåÈ–
Ó˚yà •Î˚!ö òyòyÓ˚ IJõÓ˚ñ !ܲv Óí˛¸ x§•yÎ˚ ˆ°ˆÏà!åÈ° xyÓ˚ ˆâߨy •ˆÏÎ˚!åÈ° ≤Ãã˛u˛– ˆÜ˛yöÄ Ó˚ܲˆÏü ˆÓÔ!òˆÏܲ åÈy!í˛¸ˆÏÎ˚ IJõˆÏÓ˚
!öˆÏÎ˚ ~°yü– ~Ó˚˛õÓ˚ ~ê˛y òyòyÓ˚ ˆí˛•z!° Ó˚&!ê˛ö •ˆÏÎ˚ òyí˛¸y°– !ܲå%È Ó°ˆÏï˛ ˆàˆÏ° Ó°ï˛ñ Ó%é˛!Ó öyó Óí˛¸ Óí˛¸ ~à!ç!ܲí˛z!û˛ˆÏòÓ˚
~ê˛y•z fiê˛ƒyê˛y§– xyÿ˛Î≈Ê üò ˆáˆÏÎ˚ ˆÓÔ!òˆÏܲ ˆüˆÏÓ˚ òyòy !ܲ Status maintan ܲÓ˚ï˛ Ó%!é˛!ö ˆ§!òö– ÷ô% ˆû˛ˆÏÓ!åÈ°yü
xy!üÄ Î!ò ˆÜ˛yö !òö ~ position ~ job ܲ!Ó˚ ï˛y•ˆÏ° xy!üÄ xyüyÓ˚ Úé%˛üÛ ˆÜ˛ ~û˛yˆÏÓ... xyÓ˚ û˛yÓˆÏï˛ ˛õy!Ó˚!ö !ܲå%È–
ˆÓÔ!ò !•ˆÏ§ˆÏÓ xyüyÓ˚ ü!° ˆÓÔ!ò ~ܲ ܲÌyÎ˚ ˆ§Ó˚y– ˆÎ!òö ˆÏ̈Ïܲ ˆòá!åÈ ÷ô% xÓyܲ •ˆÏÎ˚ û˛yÓï˛yü ÈÙÙÈ òyòyÓ˚ choice
xyˆÏåÈ– ˆÓÔ!òˆÏܲ á%Ó á%Ó û˛yˆÏ°yÓy§ï˛yüñ xyÓ˚ ï˛y•z û˛Î˚Ä ˆ˛õï˛yü á%Ó– ܲˆÏ°ˆÏç Äë˛yÓ˚ ˛õÓ˚ ˆÌˆÏܲ ˆÓÔ!òÄ ˆÜ˛ö çy!ööy ÈÙÙÈ
xyüyÓ˚ IJõÓ˚ á%Ó !öû≈˛Ó˚ ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ÷Ó˚& ܲÓ˚°– ï˛Ó% áê˛Ü˛y °yˆÏà !ö üˆÏöñ x§•yÎ˚ ˆÓÔ!òÓ˚ IJõÓ˚ xyüyÓ˚ ◊k˛y û˛yˆÏ°yÓy§yÄ
ˆÓˆÏí˛¸!åÈ° xˆÏöܲáy!ö– ˆÓÔ!òˆÏܲ ˆÜ˛yöÄ Ü˛‹T ˆòÓ öy ˆû˛ˆÏÓ!åÈ°yü–
~Ó˚•züyˆÏé˛ é%˛ü ~ܲ!òö ˆçò ôÓ˚° xyüyˆÏòÓ˚ Óy!í˛¸ xy§ˆÏÓ ÈÙÙÈ Ü˛ˆÏÎ˚ܲ!òö ôˆÏÓ˚•z Ó°ˆÏåÈñ ~ܲ!òö ≤ÃyÎ˚ Óyôƒ •ˆÏÎ˚•z
ĈÏܲ !öˆÏÎ˚ ~°yü Óy!í˛¸ˆÏï˛– ˆÓÔ!òˆÏÜ˛Ä Ó°y •ˆÏÎ˚ ĈÏë˛!ö– ˆû˛ˆÏÓ!åÈ°yü §yÓ˚≤Ãy•zçê˛y ˆ˛õˆÏÎ˚ ˆÓÔ!ò á%Ó á%¢# •ˆÏÓ– !ܲv á%¢#
ˆÎ ˆüyˆÏê˛Ä •Î˚ !ö ≤Ãüyî ˆ˛õ°yü ˆÓÔ!òÓ˚ ë˛yu˛y ÓƒÓ•yˆÏÓ˚–
~ܲ!òö ˆÓÔ!ò çyöy° òyòy ܲˆÏÎ˚ܲ!òö ôˆÏÓ˚ Óy!í˛¸ !ú˛Ó˚ˆÏåÈ öy Ó˚yˆÏe– ≤Ã̈Ïü ܲyˆÏçÓ˚ ã˛y˛õ ӈϰ í˛z!í˛¸ˆÏÎ˚ !òˆÏÎ˚!åÈ°yü–
ï˛yÓ˚˛õÓ˚ ˆÓ¢ ܲˆÏÎ˚ܲ!òö ôˆÏÓ˚ °«˛ƒ ܲÓ˚°yü Ó˚yˆÏe òyòyÓ˚ ܲyÓ˚ê˛y àƒyˆÏÓ˚ˆÏç ~ˆÏ§ ˆì˛yˆÏܲñ ï˛yˆÏï˛ òyòy ÌyˆÏܲ öy– üyö%ˆÏ£ÏÓ˚ üö
ˆÓyô•Î˚ ¢B˛yÓ˚ ܲyˆÏ°yåÈyÎ˚yˆÏï˛•z §,!‹T •ˆÏÎ˚!åÈ°– òyòy !ܲ ï˛ˆÏÓ ... ~ܲ!òö xyÓ˚ ÌyܲˆÏï˛ ˛õyÓ˚°yü öy – í»˛y•zû˛yÓ˚ˆÏܲ ê˛yܲy
áyÄÎ˚y°yüñ û˛Î˚ê˛Î˚ ˆòáyˆÏï˛ Ä Ó˚yç# •°– ¢•Ó˚ ˆÌˆÏܲ xˆÏöܲê˛y ò)ˆÏÓ˚ ˆ§!òö Ó˚yˆÏe í»˛y•zû˛yÓ˚ !öˆÏÎ˚ !àˆÏÎ˚!åÈ° xyüyˆÏܲ– ày!í˛¸
Ìyü° ~ܲê˛y ˆ•yˆÏê˛ˆÏ°Ó˚ §yüˆÏö– !ï˛öï˛°yÎ˚ ~ܲê˛y Ó˚&ˆÏü öܲ ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ~ܲ °y§ƒüÎ˚# !ÓÓflfy xÓfliyÎ˚ òÓ˚çy á%°°– ˆû˛ï˛ˆÏÓ˚
òyòy ˆê˛yÓ˚ •ˆÏÎ˚ ˛õˆÏí˛¸– Óy!í˛¸ !öˆÏÎ˚ ~°yü ˙ xÓfliyˆÏï˛•z– xçyöy ܲyí˛zˆÏܲ ày°yày° ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ Ü˛Ó˚ˆÏï˛ òyòy â%!üˆÏÎ˚ ˛õí˛¸°– !ܲå%È
Ó°ˆÏï˛ ˛õy!Ó˚!ö ˆ§!òöñ §!ï˛ƒ Ó°ˆÏï˛ Ó°yÓ˚ !åÈ°•z Óy !Ü˛Ê ÷ô% ˆÓÔ!òÓ˚ ܲyߨyÓ˚ §yüˆÏö üyÌy ˆ•Ñê˛ Ü˛ˆÏÓ˚ Ó˚•z°yü–
ܲˆÏÎ˚ܲ!òö ˛õÓ˚ ˙ ˛õyˆÏÜ≈˛ !òöê˛y !åÈ° Ó%ôÓyÓ˚– é%˛ˆÏüÓ˚ §yˆÏÌ ˜§Ü˛ˆÏï˛Ó˚ ˆ¢£Ï ˆòáy– ~•z !òöê˛y•z ˆÎ ĈÏòÓ˚ ܲÌy
Ó°yÓ˚ ˆ¢£Ï ܲ“yöyÄ Ü˛Ó˚ˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ !ö ÄÓ˚y– xyÓ˚ ˛õÑyã˛ê˛y !òˆÏöÓ˚ üï˛•z !òöê˛y !åÈ° §%®Ó˚ñ é%˛ü ~ܲöyàyˆÏí˛¸ Óܲ Óܲ ܲˆÏÓ˚
Îy!FåÈ° xyÓ˚ ˜§Ü˛ï˛ xÓyܲ •ˆÏÎ˚ ÷ö!åÈ°–
!öÎ˚!ï˛ Óí˛¸•z !ö¤%˛Ó˚ ÈÙÙÈ §yüyöƒ ~ï˛ê%˛Ü%˛ §%áÄ §•ƒ •° öy ˜§Ü˛ˆÏï˛Ó˚– ÓyÓyÈÙüy ï˛Û ܲˆÏÓ•z ˆåȈÏí˛¸ ˆàˆÏåÈñ òyòy ˆÓÔ!òˆÏܲ !öˆÏÎ˚
ÄÓ˚ ˆåÈyR §Ç§yÓ˚ê˛yÄ e´ˆÏü•z !Ó!£ÏˆÏÎ˚ í˛zë˛ˆÏåÈñ xyÓ˚ xyˆÏåÈ Ó°ˆÏï˛ ï˛yÓ˚ é%˛üó ï˛yÓ˚ ç#ÓˆÏöÓ˚ ~ܲüye ¢y!hsˇÓ˚ ö#í˛¸ê%˛Ü%˛Ä ˆåȈÏí˛¸
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ˆÎˆÏï˛ •° ĈÏܲ–
~ܲê%˛ ˆò!Ó˚•z ˆÓyô •Î˚ •ˆÏÎ˚!åÈ° xöƒ!òˆÏöÓ˚ ˆã˛ˆÏÎ˚ó ˆÓÔ!ò ˆÜ˛yÌyÎ˚ ˛õy!ê≈˛ˆÏï˛ ÎyˆÏÓ ÓˆÏ°!åÈ° ÈÙÙÈ xyÓ˚ òyòyÄ x!ú˛ˆÏ§Ó˚ ܲyˆÏç
ü%¡∫•z~– Ó˚yï˛ Óyí˛¸ˆÏï˛ °yàˆÏ°ñ ˆÓÔ!òˆÏܲ Óyò !òˆÏÎ˚ áyÓyÓ˚ ˆê˛!Ó°ê˛y xyç Óí˛¸ ú˛Ñyܲy °yà!åÈ° ÄÓ˚– ˛õí˛¸yÓ˚ âˆÏÓ˚ ӈϧ ӈϧ
ˆÓÔ!òÓ˚ xˆÏ˛õ«˛y ܲÓ˚!åÈ°– ܲáö ˆÎ â%!üˆÏÎ˚ ˛õˆÏí˛¸ˆÏåÈ Ó%é˛ˆÏï˛Ä ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ !ö– Ó˚yï˛ ï˛áö ≤ÃyÎ˚ ò%ˆÏê˛y– ˆí˛yÓ˚ˆÏÓ° ÓyçˆÏï˛•z å%ȈÏê˛
ˆà°yü– xyüyˆÏòÓ˚ í»˛y•zû˛yÓ˚ê˛y í˛yܲ!åÈ°– ÄÓ˚ §y•yˆÏ΃ ôÓ˚yô!Ó˚ ܲˆÏÓ˚ ˆÓÔ!òˆÏܲ !ÓåÈyöyÎ˚ ÷•zˆÏÎ˚!ò°yü– !åÈ ˆÓÔ!ò üò ˆáˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ
Ê û˛yÓy ÎyÎ˚ Ê ï˛yÓ˚ ü!° ˆÓÔ!ò ... çí˛¸yö à°yÎ˚ ˆÓÔ!ò xyüyˆÏܲ Ó°° “Saikat, today... I enjoyed so much !
come ... lets enjoy this night ... Saikat...”
˛õyˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ ï˛°y ˆÌˆÏܲ §Ó üy!ê˛ üˆÏÓ˚ Îy!FåÈ° ˜§Ü˛ˆÏï˛Ó˚– ï˛yÓ˚ òyòy ÎyˆÏܲ ˆåÈyê˛ ˆÌˆÏܲ òy!Î˚cÓyö ˆû˛ˆÏÓ àÓ≈ •ï˛ ˆ§
ï˛yÓ˚ ˆÓÔ!òˆÏܲ üò ˆáˆÏÎ˚ üyˆÏÓ˚ñ ... xyÓyÓ˚ ˆ§•z òyòyˆÏܲ ˆ•yˆÏê˛ˆÏ° ÓyçyˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ ˆüˆÏÎ˚ˆÏòÓ˚ !öˆÏÎ˚ Ó˚yï˛ Ü˛yê˛yˆÏï˛ •Î˚– ï˛yÓ˚ ü!°
ˆÓÔ!ò üò áyˆÏFåÈ ÈÙÙÈ Ä ï˛yÓ˚ ˆÓÔ!ò xyÓ˚ ˆö•z ... ¢Ó˚#Ó˚ §Ó≈fl∫ ~ܲê˛y Úû˛o ü!•°yÛ– öyÉ xyÓ˚ ˛õyÓ˚!åÈ öy ... §Ó ˆã˛öy üyö%£Ï=ˆÏ°y
ˆöyÇÓ˚y xyÓ˚ xˆÏã˛öy °yàˆÏåÈ ...
ç#Óö !ܲ ⁄ ܲyÓ˚ çöƒ ÓÑyã˛y ⁄ ~ï˛ ç!ê˛°ï˛y ˆÜ˛ö ⁄ §yÓ˚y Ó˚yï˛ ~•z §Ó ˆû˛ˆÏÓ ˆû˛ˆÏÓ Ü˛y!ê˛ˆÏÎ˚ !åÈ°– xyÓ˚ ˛õˆÏÓ˚Ó˚
!òö ç#Óöê˛yˆÏܲ !ã˛öˆÏï˛ ˜§Ü˛ï˛ Óy!í˛¸ åÈyí˛¸° ÈÙÙÈ ÷ô% Óy!í˛¸ öyñ ï˛yÓ˚ !≤ÃÎ˚ ¢•Ó˚ ÈÙÙÈ ˛õyÜ≈˛ñ ˆÓ˚ˆÏhflÏyÓ˚y ... ~üö!ܲ ï˛yÓ˚ Úé%˛üÛ ˆÜ˛
˛õÎ≈hsˇÊ
Óy!í˛¸ ˆÌˆÏܲ ˆÓ!Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚ û˛yˆÏÓ !ö ˜§Ü˛ï˛ ˆÜ˛yÌyÎ˚ ÎyˆÏÓ ÈÙÙÈ !ܲ ܲÓ˚ˆÏÓó ÷ô% û˛yÓˆÏåÈ ç#ÓˆÏöÓ˚ §ï˛ƒê˛yˆÏܲ á%шÏç ˆÓÓ˚
ܲÓ˚Óñ ç#Óöê˛yˆÏܲ !ã˛öÓ– ï˛yÓ˚˛õÓ˚ ˆÜ˛ˆÏê˛ ˆàˆÏåÈ xˆÏöܲ =ˆÏ°y ÓåÈÓ˚ ÈÙÙÈ ˆ§!òö xyÓ˚ xyçÊ ˆÓÔ!òˆÏܲ ~ܲê˛y !ã˛!ë˛ !°ˆÏá!åÈ°
÷ô% ~•zê%˛Ü%˛ çy!öˆÏÎ˚ ˆ§ ÎyˆÏFåÈñ ç#Óö xyÓ˚ ü%!_´ á%ÑçˆÏï˛ – öy Ó°y û˛y£ÏyÎ˚ ~•z ¢•Ó˚ˆÏÜ˛Ä !°ˆÏá !àˆÏÎ˚!åÈ°ñ xyÓ˚ Ó¶%˛
ˆ§y•ˆÏüÓ˚ •yˆÏï˛ é%˛üˆÏܲ ˛õy!ë˛ˆÏÎ!˚ åÈ° ~ܲê˛y °¡∫y !ã˛!ë˛ó ï˛yˆÏï˛ ÄˆÏòÓ˚ fl∫≤¿ !åÈ° xyÓ˚ ÷ô% «˛üy ˆã˛ˆÏÎ!˚ åÈ°ñ ˜§Ü˛ï˛ ӈϰ!àˆÏÎ!˚ åÈ°
xyÓyÓ˚ !ú˛ˆÏÓ˚ xy§ˆÏÓñ Î!ò öyÄ xyˆÏ§ é%˛ü Î!ò ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ !ܲå%È!òö ˆÎö xˆÏ˛õ«˛y ܲˆÏÓ˚ ÌyˆÏܲ ÄÓ˚ çöƒñ ܲˆÏë˛yÓ˚ ܲÌyÎ˚ ӈϰ!åÈ°
ç#ÓˆÏöÓ˚ ܲê˛y ÓyhflÏÓ Ü˛Ìy– é%˛üˆÏܲ ~ܲê˛y ܲ!Óï˛y !òˆÏÎ˚!àˆÏÎ˚!åÈ° ˆ§ñ é%˛üˆÏܲ ˆ°áy !ã˛!ë˛Ó˚ ˙ ˚ ܲ!Óï˛yê˛y xyç ĈÏܲ xyÓyÓ˚
üˆÏö ܲÓ˚y° ˆ§•z !òöê˛yˆÏܲ ...
é%˛üñ

í˛zÑ!ܲ ˆòÓ ˆï˛yÓ˚ ˆã˛yˆÏá ÈÙÙÙÙÈ


ã%˛!Ó˚ ܲÓ˚Ó ˆï˛yÓ˚ fl∫≤¿ñ ˆï˛yÓ˚ â%ü–
ܲyˆÏö ܲyˆÏö ӈϰ ÎyÓ
öy ˆ˛ú˛yê˛y ú%˛ˆÏ°Ó˚ ܲÌy–
üyöÈÙx!û˛üyˆÏöÓ˚ ˛õy°yï˛
ã˛°ˆÏÓ•z ÈÙ !öÓ˚hsˇÓ˚–
ï˛yÓ˚•z üyˆÏé˛ ~ܲ!òö ˆ¢yöyÓ
ˆï˛yˆÏܲ °y° ˆày°yˆÏ˛õÓ˚ à“–
!ÓŸªy§ ܲÓ˚ ÈÙÙÈ
ˆày°yˆÏ˛õ ÌyܲˆÏÓ öy ˆÜ˛yöÄ ÜÑ˛yê˛y–
˛õ!Ó˚î!ï˛Ó˚ ܲÌy ˆÜ˛û˛yˆÏÓ ⁄
ü%!_´Ó˚ xyܲyˆÏ¢ ˆï˛yÓ˚ xyüyÓ˚
ˆòáy •ˆÏÓ•z–
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öy •Î˚ xˆÏ˛õ«˛y ܲÓ˚!Ó ï%˛•z ÈÙÙÈ
xy!ü xy§Ó•z xy§Ó ˆï˛yˆÏܲ ˆ¢yöyˆÏï˛
°y° ˆày°yˆÏ˛õÓ˚ à“–

ˆï˛yÓ˚ §Ó fl∫≤¿ ã%˛!Ó˚ •ˆÏÎ˚ ˆàˆÏåÈ


üyÎ˚yÓ˚ ܲyçˆÏ° òyÓ˚&î üy!öˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ ˆï˛yˆÏܲÊ
xˆÏ˛õ«˛y ˆ¢£Ï •ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈñ
~ÓyÓ˚ Îy!Ó ï%˛•z ... öï%˛ˆÏöÓ˚ fl∫≤¿ !öˆÏÎ˚–

xyÓ˚Ä ~ܲÓyÓ˚ ...


ˆï˛yÓ˚ ˆã˛yˆÏá í˛zÑ!ܲ !òˆÏܲ ã˛y•zñ
öyñ xyÓ˚ fl∫≤¿ ã%˛!Ó˚ ܲÓ˚Ó öy...
xyüyÓ˚ §Ó fl∫≤¿ !òˆÏÎ˚ û˛!Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚ ˆòÓ ˆï˛yÓ˚ ˆã˛yá–
xy§ˆÏï˛ ˛õy!Ó˚!ö xy!ü ÈÙÙÈ
ï˛Ó%ñ
üyÎ˚yÓ˚ ܲyçˆÏ° òyÓ˚&ö üy!öˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ ˆï˛yˆÏܲÊ
xy§ˆÏï˛ ˛õy!Ó˚ !ö !ú˛ˆÏÓ˚ ÈÙÙÈ
ï˛Ó% ÎyÓyÓ˚ ˆÓ°yÎ˚ ܲyˆÏö ܲyˆÏö
ӈϰ ÎyÓ ˆï˛yˆÏܲñ Úû˛yˆÏ°yÓy!§ û˛yˆÏ°yÓy!§Û–
é%˛üñ Bye.....
˜§Ü˛ï˛
xƒy•z !ï˛ï˛y§Ê !ܲ ˆòá!åȧ •Ñy ܲˆÏÓ˚ Ê ~ !òˆÏܲ xyÎ˚ ~ÓyÓ˚ xyüyˆÏòÓ˚ ˆfiê˛¢ö xy§ˆÏåÈ Û ÈÙÙÈ ã˛üܲ û˛yD° ˜§Ü˛ˆÏï˛Ó˚–
!ï˛ï˛y§Ê é%˛ˆÏüÓ˚ ˆüˆÏÎ˚ê˛y ï˛y•ˆÏ° !ï˛ï˛y§ Ê ˙ ˆï˛y ÈÙÙÈ ˙ û˛oü!•°y ï˛yÓ˚•z Úé%˛üÛ.... ï˛yÓ˚ ˆ§!òˆÏöÓ˚ é%˛ü Ê í˛zÉ û˛àÓyö Ê !ö¤%˛Ó˚
ï%˛!ü Ê ï˛yÓ˚ é%˛ü ... ï˛yÓ˚ ~ï˛ §yüˆÏö... ~ï˛!òö ˛õÓ˚– ÄÓ˚ ˆüˆÏÎ˚Ä Ú!ï˛ï˛y§Û– üˆÏö ˛õˆÏí˛¸ ˆà° ˆ§•z !ÓˆÏܲ°ê˛yˆÏܲ ... ï˛yˆÏòÓ˚
ˆüˆÏÎ˚ Ú!ï˛ï˛y§Û– üˆÏö ˛õˆÏí˛¸ ˆà° ˆ§•z !ÓˆÏܲ°ê˛yˆÏܲ ... ï˛yˆÏòÓ˚ ˆüˆÏÎ˚ !ï˛ï˛y§ñ ˆ§áyˆÏö é%˛ü xyˆÏåÈñ˜§Ü˛ï˛ ˆ§•zñ !ܲ¡∫y
˜§Ü˛ï˛ •Î˚ˆÏï˛y xyˆÏåÈ Ú!ï˛ï˛y§Û ~Ó˚ üˆÏôƒ– ˆã˛yáò%ˆÏê˛yÄÓ˚ !û˛ˆÏç ĈÏ벖
ˆ•yܲ öy ç° ˆö•zñ ï˛Ó%Ä !ï˛ï˛y§ ~ܲ!ê˛ öò# ÈÙÙÈ ÎyÓ˚ ú˛yıö ˆflÀyï˛ xyç ~ï˛!òö ˛õÓ˚ ˜§Ü˛ˆÏï˛Ó˚ ܲyˆÏåÈ ï˛yÓ˚ é%˛üˆÏܲ
!ú˛!Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚ ~ˆÏöˆÏåÈ ÈÙÙÈ !ú˛!Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚ ~ˆÏöˆÏåÈ ˆ§!òˆÏöÓ˚ ˆú˛ˆÏ° xy§y !òö=ˆÏ°yˆÏܲ– ò)Ó˚ ˆÌˆÏܲ•z ˆï˛yüyÎ˚ xy¢#Ó≈yò ܲ!Ó˚ ... Ú!ï˛ï˛y§Û
Óí˛¸ §%®Ó˚ öyüñ ï˛yÓ˚ é%˛ü •y!Ó˚ˆÎÏ ˚ ÎyÎ˚ !öñ ˙ ˆï˛y !ï˛ï˛yˆÏ§Ó˚ üôƒ !òˆÏÎ˚ é%˛ü Ó°ˆÏåÈ Úû˛yˆÏ°yÓy!§ñ û˛yˆÏ°yÓy!§– Û ˛õyÌ≈ܲƒ ~ê˛y•z
é%˛üˆÏܲ flõ¢≈ ܲÓ˚yÓ˚ x!ôܲyÓ˚ xyÓ˚ ï˛yÓ˚ ˆö•z–
é%˛ü ܲÌy ˆÓ˚ˆÏáˆÏåÈñ ˜§Ü˛ï˛ Ó˚yˆÏá !ö ÈÙÙÈ !ú˛ˆÏÓ˚ xyˆÏ§ !ö xyÓ˚ é%˛ˆÏüÓ˚ ܲyˆÏåÈ– öï%˛ˆÏöÓ˚ fl∫≤¿ !öˆÏÎ˚•z ÓyÑã%˛Ü˛ é%˛ü– xyç
xyÓyÓ˚ !ú˛ˆÏÓ˚ ã˛ˆÏ°!åÈ xyüyÓ˚ !öé%˛ü ç#ÓˆÏöñ Ú!ï˛ï˛y§Û öyˆÏüÓ˚ üôƒ !òˆÏÎ˚ é%%˛üˆÏܲ ˆåÈÑyÓ xy!ü... xyÓ˚ á%шÏç ÎyÏÓ ÄˆÏܲ xyüyÓ˚
í˛yˆÏÎ˚Ó˚#Ó˚ ˛õyï˛yÎ˚ ˛õyï˛yÎ˚ ...

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!ÓˆÏò¢ Ü%˛üyÓ˚ §Ó˚ܲyÓ˚
Sã˛ï%˛Ì≈ Ó£Ï≈ñ •z. !§. •zV

ò%˛õ%Ó˚ ÓyˆÏÓ˚yê˛y ˛õÎ˚!e¢–


ܲˆÏ°ç canteen ˆüyê˛yü%!ê˛ û˛!ï≈˛ – canteen ~Ó˚ ˛õyˆÏ¢Ó˚ Ó˚yhflÏy !òˆÏÎ˚ ú˛yfiê˛ •zÎ˚yÓ˚È 1st yearÙÓ˚y ˆ•ÑˆÏê˛
ã˛ˆÏ°ˆÏåÈ •ˆÏfiê˛ˆÏ°Ó˚ í˛zˆÏjˆÏ¢ƒ–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ ÄˆÏÎ˚ barbie doll ~ܲê%˛ ÷öˆÏÓñ canteen ˆÌˆÏܲ •Ñyܲ ˆòÎ˚ ~ܲçö–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ xyüyˆÏܲ–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ •ƒÑyñ ˆï˛yˆÏܲ–
û˛Î˚ û˛Î˚ñ ü%ˆÏá ˆüˆÏÎ˚!ê˛ canteen ~ ≤ÈÏÓ¢ ܲÓ˚ˆÏ°y– ú˛§≈yñ !åÈ˛õ!åÈˆÏ˛õ ˆüyˆÏê˛Ó˚ í˛z˛õÓ˚ áyÓ˚y˛õ öÎ˚–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ xy§%ö ü•yÓ˚yö# Ó§%ö– !û˛ˆÏí˛¸Ó˚ üˆÏôƒ ~ܲçö ӈϰ í˛zë˛ˆÏ°y– ˆüˆÏÎ˚!ê˛ ˆã˛Î˚yÓ˚ ˆê˛ˆÏö Ó§ˆÏ°y–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ òyòy ........
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ !ܲ òyòy ⁄ intro ê˛y òyÄ–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ xy!ü !Ó˚Î˚y ˆ§ö– Óyí˛¸# ò%à≈y˛õ%Ó˚– ú˛yfiê˛ •zÎ˚yÓ˚ •zˆÏ°!Q…ܲ° òyòy ...
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ !ܲ òyòy ⁄
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ xyüyÓ˚ 2nd half ~ Üœ˛y§ xyˆÏåÈ– ~áö öy ˆàˆÏ° ˆáˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓy öy–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ Ä – !ë˛Ü˛ xyˆÏåÈ– !ܲv ˆï˛yÓ˚ §yˆÏÌ ˆï˛y ܲÌy Ó°y•z ˆ•yˆÏ°y öy– !ë˛Ü˛ xyˆÏåÈ ˆï˛yÓ˚ ˆüyÓy•z° ö¡∫Ó˚ ê˛y ˆò xyüyÓ˚ê˛y Ó˚yáñ
9749033081ñ òÓ˚ܲyˆÏÓ˚ ˆú˛yö ܲ!Ó˚§‰–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ òyòy .... ö¡∫Ó˚ .... üyˆÏö
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ ˆÜ˛ö ⁄ you are now engg. student •zÎ˚yÓ˚ dont be conservative .
ÈÙÙÈ 9775881920 –
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ OKñ Îy–
ܲˆÏÎ˚ܲ!òö ˛õÓ˚ –
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ •ƒyˆÏ°y S~ܲ!ê˛ ˆüˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ à°yV–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ •ƒyˆÏ°y !ã˛öˆÏï˛ ˛õyÓ˚!åȧ‰ xy!ü ˆï˛yÓ˚ ˆ§•z senior˚ òyòy– ˆÜ˛yö òyòy ⁄ xyÓ˚ !ܲ ã˛y•z–
!Ó˚Î˚y ÓU˛ Óyí˛¸yÓyí˛¸# ܲÓ˚!åȧ‰–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ xy!ü !Ó˚Î˚y ˆö•z– !Ó˚Î˚yÓ˚ üy Ó°!åÈ–
~˛õyˆÏ¢ §yˆÏÌ §yˆÏÌ ˆú˛yöê˛y ì˛Ü˛‰ ܲˆÏÓ˚ ˆÓ˚ˆÏá ˆòÎ˚– Ä•z üyà#ˆÏܲ Î!ò xy!ü ˆåȈÏí˛¸!åÈ ï˛ˆÏÓ xy!ü ï˛ü°%ˆÏܲÓ˚ ˆåȈϰ
ö•z– §!ï˛ƒ•z ~•z !Ó!ã˛e ˛õ,!ÌÓ# !Ó!û˛ß¨ ˜Ó!ã˛ˆÏeƒ !Ó!ã˛eû˛yˆÏÓ !ã˛!eï˛– Îy•zˆÏ•yܲ ˛õê˛° ˆ°yã˛ö ü•y˛õyeñ Óyí˛¸# ï˛ü°%ܲñ 4th
year, ECE, JGEC ~ê˛y•z ˆÏåȈϰ!ê˛Ó˚ ˛õ!Ó˚ã˛Î˚– ˆåÈyˆÏê˛yˆÏÓ°yÎ˚ öyü!ê˛ ë˛yÜ%˛üy !òˆÏÎ˚!åȈϰöñ ˛õˆÏÓ˚ ï˛y x˛õ!Ó˚Ó!ï≈˛ï˛•z Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚
ˆàˆÏåÈ– ˆåÈyˆÏê˛y ˆÌˆÏܲ fl∫≤¿ Bollywood superstar •ÄÎ˚yÓ˚ !ܲv !Ó!ô Óyü 5’7’’ í˛zFã˛ï˛yñ 42 kg Äçö ˆã˛yˆÏá
~ܲ!ê˛ ˆüyê˛y ÜÑ˛yˆÏã˛Ó˚ ã˛¢üyÓ˚ ˆåȈϰ Óí˛¸ˆÏçyÓ˚ ÓyÇ°y ˆÜ˛yö ܲ!üܲˆÏ§‰Ó˚ §%˛õyÓ˚fiê˛yÓ˚ •ˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ñ Bollywood ~Ó˚ öÎ˚– xyÓ˚
~•z !Ó!ã˛e üyö%ˆÏ£ÏÓ˚ Ì%!í˛¸ ≤Ãyî#Ó˚ ӈϰˆÏ°Ä xï%˛!_´ •Î˚ öyñ ò%ÈÙÙÈ~ܲ =îàyö öy ܲÓ˚ˆÏ° §!ï˛ƒ•z ï˛yˆÏܲ x§¡øyö ܲÓ˚y •Î˚–
ï˛áö 1st year˚ ~Ó˚ ˆ¢ˆÏ£ÏÓ˚ !ò܉˛–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ ˛õê˛° ˆÜ˛yÌyÎ˚ Îy!Fåȧ ⁄ x!Ó˚!çï˛ !çK˛y§y ܲˆÏÓ˚–
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ÈÙÙÙÙÈ Ä•z ~ܲê%˛ ....
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ Ä•z ~ܲê%˛ Ó°ˆÏï˛–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ û˛yÓ!åÈ !çˆÏü ÎyˆÏÓy– !ú˛àyÓ˚ê˛y §!°í‰˛ öy •ˆÏ° ܲƒyüö‰ ˆÎö ˆÓüyöyö °yàˆÏåÈ–
ˆ§ !òˆÏöÓ˚ ˛õÓ˚ ò%ÈÙ!òö ˛õê˛° ˆÓ˛õy_yñ ˆÜ˛yÌyÎ˚ ˆà° !ܲ ˆ•yˆÏ°y á%ÑçˆÏï˛ á%ÑçˆÏï˛ ï˛yÓ˚ ˆáÑyç ˛õyÄÎ˚y ˆà° !öˆÏçÓ˚
ˆÓˆÏí˛ ˆ°ˆÏ˛õÓ˚ ï˛°yÎ˚– xy§ˆÏ° !ܲå%È•z öy ~ܲê%˛ ˆÓ˚ˆÏfiê˛Ó˚ Ä ˆï˛y òÓ˚ܲyÓ˚ !ï˛ö !òö xyˆÏà !çˆÏü ˆà!åÈ°–
ܲˆÏÎ˚ܲ!òö ÓyˆÏò–
!Óܲy¢ xyç ˆòáˆÏï˛ ˆòáˆÏï˛ 1st year˚ ~Ó˚ ˆ¢ˆÏ£ÏÓ˚ !òö– ˆï˛yÓ˚ ܲƒyüö‰ °yàˆÏåÈñ ˛õê˛° ӈϰ–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ •ƒyñ û˛yˆÏ°y ˆï˛y °yàˆÏÓ•z– !ܲv ˆï˛yˆÏܲ xyç xƒüö í˛zͲú%˛Õ‘ °yàˆÏåÈ–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ Äê˛y ˆï˛yÓ˚ üˆÏö•z •ˆÏÓ– xy§ˆÏ° xyç xy!ü ~ܲê%˛ ˆâyˆÏÓ˚ xy!åÈ–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ !ܲ ܲˆÏÓ˚ ⁄
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ xyÓ˚ Ó!°§ öyñ ˆåȈϰ ˛õ%ˆÏ°Ó˚y ˆçyÓ˚yç%!Ó˚ ܲÓ˚ˆÏ°yñ öy ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ˛˛õyÓ˚°yü öyñ ˆüˆÏÓ˚ !ò°%ü xyô @’y§ !ÓÎ˚yÓ˚– ~ܲòü
Raw –
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ Raw ⁄ û%˛Ó˚& Ü%˛Ñã˛ˆÏܲ ӈϰ !Óܲy¢–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ ˙ xyÓ˚ !ܲ ⁄ xyˆÏÓ˚ after all ~ê˛y ~ܲê˛y prestige issue ç° !òˆÏÎ˚ !ÓÎ˚yÓ˚ xy!ü áy•z öyñ Ä =ˆÏ°y ÎyˆÏòÓ˚
level ܲü‰ ï˛yˆÏòÓ˚ çöƒ–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ Äñ ï˛y !ë˛Ü˛– ï%˛•z •!Fåȧ !ܲöy Ó#Ó˚Döy üyï˛!Dö# •yçÓ˚yÓ˚ ˆòˆÏ¢Ó˚ ˆ°y܉˛ ˆï˛yÓ˚ ˆï˛y ~ܲê˛y Ó#Ó˚c ÌyܲˆÏÓ•z– ~ê˛y xyÓ˚
ˆÜ˛í˛z öy •ˆÏ°Ä xy!ü Ó%!鲖 ~ܲê%˛ ˆ•ˆÏ§ ӈϰ !Óܲy¢–
ˆòáˆÏï˛ ˆòáˆÏï˛ 2nd year ~Ó˚ üyˆÏé˛Ó˚ !òܲ ~ˆÏ§ í˛z˛õ!fliï˛– §!ï˛ƒ•z ܲƒy¡õyˆÏ§Ó˚ 6 ê˛y üy§ Óyí˛¸#Ó˚ åÈ!òˆÏöÓ˚
ˆÌˆÏÜ˛Ä Ü˛ü üˆÏö •Î˚–
˛õê˛° ˆ°yã˛ö ü•˛õyeñ Ó˚&ü öÇ 219– òÓ˚çyÎ˚ ˆê˛yܲy !ò° Ü%˛!Ó˚Î˚yÓ˚ §y!û≈˛ˆÏ§Ó˚ ~ܲçö ˆ°yܲ.
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ Yes xy!ü•z Mr. !˛õ. ü•y˛õye– âÓ˚ ˆÌˆÏܲ ˆÓ!Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚ xyˆÏ§ ˛õê˛°–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ Ä xy˛õöyÓ˚ ~ܲê˛y Ü%˛!Ó˚Î˚yÓ˚ xyˆÏåÈñ ~áyˆÏö §•z ܲÓ˚&ö–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ Ok
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ ÄˆÏï˛ !ܲ ˆÓ˚ ˛õê˛°y ⁄ âÓ˚ ˆÌˆÏܲ ˛õê˛ˆÏ°Ó˚ Ó˚&üˆÏüê˛ ˆ§Ô!üܲ •Ñyܲ ˆòÎ˚–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ xyˆÏÓ˚ !ܲå%È öy–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ !ܲå%È öy üyˆÏö ⁄ !ܲå%È ˆï˛y xyˆÏåÈ•z–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ •ƒÑyñ Ä•z xyÓ˚ !ܲ Óyí˛¸# ˆÌˆÏܲ 2 ˆÜ˛!ç ü%!í˛¸ ˛õy!ë˛ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ– xy!ü xy§ˆÏ° Óyí˛¸#Ó˚ û˛yçy ü%!í˛¸ åÈyí˛¸y ü%ˆÏá !òˆÏï˛ ˛õy!Ó˚öy–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ ~!ܲ ˆÓ˚ ˛õê˛°y Ü%˛!Ó˚Î˚yˆÏÓ˚ ü%!í˛¸ñ ï%˛•z ˆï˛y ˆòá!åÈ Ü˛ˆÏÓ !ÓˆÏÎ˚ ܲˆÏÓ˚ Ÿª÷Ó˚ˆÏܲ Ó°!Ó ˆÓÔˆÏܲ Ü%˛!Ó˚Î˚yÓ˚ ܲˆÏÓ˚ ˛õy!ë˛ˆÏÎ˚ !òö–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ ˆ§Ô!üܲ ˆáyÓ˚y܉˛ ܲ!Ó˚§ öy– xyüyÓ˚ ~ܲòü û˛yˆÏ°y °yˆÏà öy–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ Ok ñ ˛õê˛°ÓyÓ%ñ ˆçy xyK˛y–
3rd year ~Ó˚ üyé˛yüy!é˛ ¢#ï˛ê˛y ˆÓ¢ é˛Ñy!ܲˆÏÎ˚ ˛õˆÏí˛¸ˆÏåÈ– §yÓ˚y!òö Ü%˛Î˚y¢yÓ˚ üˆÏôƒ ~•z ò%˛õ%ˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ !òˆÏܲ•z ~ܲê˛%
ˆÓ˚yˆÏòÓ˚ ˆòáy ˆüˆÏ°– xyçÄ ˆÓ¢ û˛yˆÏ°y ˆÓ˚yj%Ó˚ í˛zˆÏë˛ˆÏåÈ– ˛õB˛ç xyÓ˚ xö#ܲ ≤Ã!ï˛!òˆÏöÓ˚ üˆÏï˛y xyçÄ lunch ~Ó˚ ˛õˆÏÓ˚
åÈyˆÏò ˆàˆÏåÈ ~ܲê%˛ ˆÓ˚yò ˆÏ˛õyÎ˚yˆÏï˛–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ xö#ܲ ˆòá ˆòበåÈyˆÏòÓ˚ ˙ ˆÜ˛yîyÎ˚ ˛õê˛° öy ⁄ ˛õB˛ç ӈϰ–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ •ƒÑyñ !ܲv Ä !ܲ ܲÓ˚ˆÏåÈ ⁄
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ !ܲ çy!ö ã˛°‰ ˆï˛y ˆò!á
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xyˆÏÓ˚ ˛õê˛°ÓyÓ% !ܲ ܲÓ˚ˆÏåÈy ⁄
xyÉ ~ܲyˆÏhsˇ xyüyÎ˚ ~ܲê%˛ §y!•ï˛ƒ ã˛ã≈˛y ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ˆò–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ ï˛y Äê˛y !ܲ ˛õí˛¸!åȧ‰–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ ˆòá!åȧ‰ öy xyö®ˆÏ°yܲ ˛õí˛¸!åÈ– xyüyÓ˚ ÓyÓy ӈϰö ÈÙÙÈ ÚÚåÈyeyöyÇ xôƒyöÇ ï˛˛õÉÛÛ– åÈyeˆÏòÓ˚ xôƒÎ˚ö•z ï˛˛õ§ƒy– xÓ¢ƒ
~§Ó‰ ˆï˛yÓ˚y Ó%é˛!Ó öy– ~áö ˆï˛yÓ˚y Îyñ §üÎ˚ ö‹T ܲÓ˚y§ öy ܲy° xyÓyÓ˚ Úí˛z!ö¢ Ü%˛!í˛¸Û !öˆÏÎ˚ Ó§ˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ– 6th semes-
ter ˆ¢£Ï ˛õÓ˚#«˛yÓ˚ §Ü˛y°– xyç ˛õê˛ˆÏ°Ó˚ üöê˛yÄ !ÓˆÏܲ° ˆÌˆÏܲ•z ã˛y˛õ ü%_´ñ ~ܲê%˛ ˛õyöÈÙÙÈê˛yöÄ Ü˛Ó˚y ÎyˆÏÓ ~•z xyöˆÏ®
˛õê˛ˆÏ°Ó˚ üöê˛yÄ ˆÓ¢ ú%˛Ó˚ú%˛ˆÏÓ˚– Exam ~Ó˚ ârê˛yê˛y•z problem Îy Subject ê˛yÓ˚ ~ܲ ܲ°ü Ä çyöy ˆö•z– ï˛y•z
˛õˆÏÜ˛ê˛•z û˛Ó˚§y ÈÙÙÈ ÚÚˆÏã˛yï˛y ôü≈ ˆã˛yï˛y ܲ¡ø≈ ˆã˛yï˛y•z ˛õÓ˚ü ï˛˛õÉÛÛ
~!ܲ ˛õê˛° !ܲ ܲÓ˚ˆÏåÈy ⁄
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ !°á!åÈ §ƒyÓ˚– òÑyï˛ ˆÓÓ˚ ܲˆÏÓ˚ ~ܲê%˛ ü%ã˛!ܲ ˆ•ˆÏ§ ӈϰ ˛õê˛°–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ •yˆÏï˛ !ܲ Äê˛y ⁄ °Iy ܲˆÏÓ˚ öy xyÓyÓ˚ òÑyï˛ ˆÓÓ˚ ܲÓ˚ˆÏåÈy–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ ≤ÃÌü ≤ÃÌü ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛yñ ï˛ˆÏÓ ~áö xyÓ˚ ܲˆÏÓ˚ öy–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ ï˛y•z Óˆ° ï%˛!ü xyüyˆÏòÓ˚ §yüˆÏö ...–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ xyüyÓ˚ !ܲ ˆòy£Ï §ƒyÓ˚ xy˛õ!ö•z ˆï˛y !ܲå%È Ó°ˆÏåÈö öy–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ òyÄ òyÄñ ܲyàçê˛y òyÄ ÓˆÏ° ܲyàçê˛y !öˆÏÎ˚ ˆöö– ~ˆÏï˛y ˆåÈyê˛ ˆ°áy !ܲ ܲˆÏÓ˚ ˆÓyé˛ñ ~ˆÏï˛y !ܲå%È•z ˆòáy ÎyÎ˚ öy–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ ~ê˛y•z ˆï˛y !¢“– !ܲv ò%Éá ~ܲê˛y•z ˆÜ˛í˛z !¢“#Ó˚ ܲòÓ˚ ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ çyöˆÏ°y öy– ò#â≈Ÿªy§ ˆú˛ˆÏ° ˛õê˛°–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ xyˆÏà ˆï˛y û˛yˆÏ°y•z ˛õí˛¸y÷öy ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ñ ~áö ~§Ó xyˆÏöy ˆÜ˛ö ⁄
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ Actually ~ˆÏï˛ internal confidence grow ܲˆÏÓ˚ §ƒyÓ˚–
Ó˚yˆÏà àÓ˚àÓ˚ ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ Ü˛Ó˚ˆÏï˛ Ü˛yàçê˛y Óy•zˆÏÓ˚ ˆú˛ˆÏ° ˆòö í˛z!ö 15 !ü!öê˛ áyï˛y xyê˛ˆÏܲ Ó˚yˆÏáö !ܲv ~ˆÏï˛
˛õê˛ˆÏ°Ó˚ !ܲå%È•z ÎyÎ˚ xyˆÏ§ öy ÓÓ˚Ç û˛yˆÏ°y•z •Î˚– 3 ârê˛yÓ˚ üˆÏôƒ 15 !ü!öê˛ break ü® öÎ˚– ï˛yåÈyí˛¸yñ Óyü ˛õˆÏܲê˛ñ !˛õåÈö
˛õˆÏܲê˛ñ Ó%ܲ ˛õˆÏÜ˛ê˛ ~=ˆÏ°y ˆï˛y Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ•z ÈÙÙÙÙÈ ~ܲê%˛ !ç!Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚ !öˆÏÎ˚•z xyÓyÓ˚ ÷Ó˚& ܲÓ˚y ÎyˆÏÓ–
xyçñ §Ü˛y° ˆÌˆÏܲ•z ˛õê˛ˆÏ°Ó˚ ü%áê˛y ˆÓ¢ Ìü̈Ïüñ ~ܲê˛y ú˛yfiê˛ •zÎ˚yÓ˚ ~Ó˚ ˛õ%Ñã˛ˆÏܲ ˆüˆÏÎ˚ñ ~•z ï˛ü°%ˆÏܲÓ˚ !˛õÉ
ü•y˛õyeˆÏܲ Ü˛í˛¸ˆÏܲ !òˆÏÎ˚ ã˛ˆÏ° ÎyˆÏÓ ~ ܲáˆÏöy•z ˆüˆÏö ˆöÄÎ˚y ÎyÎ˚ öy– ~Ó˚ ~ܲê˛y ˆ•hflÏ ˆöhflÏ Ü˛Ó˚ˆÏï˛•z •ˆÏÓ– •ˆÏ‹T°
ܲ!Ó˚í˛ˆÏÓ˚ ˛õyÎ˚ã˛y!Ó˚ ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ Ü˛Ó˚ˆÏï˛ xyˆÏÓ˚ܲê˛y !§àyˆÏÓ˚ê˛ ôÓ˚yÎ˚ ˛õê˛°y–
ÚÚöy öy ~á%!ö !ܲå%È Ü˛Ó˚ˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓÛÛ ÈÙÙÙÙÈ ˛õƒyrê˛ ê˛y ˆÜ˛yöÓ˚ܲˆÏü ˛õˆÏÓ˚•z ܲˆÏ°ˆÏç Ó˚Äöy ˆòÎ˚–
!Ó˚Î˚y ˆ¢yö ‰–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ ÓˆÏ°y
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ ï%˛•z !ܲ ˆû˛ˆÏÓ!åȧ ⁄ ˆ¢yö‰ xy!ü ܲyí˛zˆÏܲ û˛Î˚ ܲ!Ó˚ öy–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ öyñ xy§ˆÏ° xy!ü û%˛° ܲˆÏÓ˚ Óyí˛¸#ˆÏï˛ ˆüyÓy•z°ê˛y ˆ˛ú˛ˆÏ° ~ˆÏ§!åÈ°yü– ӈϰ•z !Ó˚Î˚y û˛ˆÏÎ˚ ú˛ƒÑyã˛ ú˛ƒÑyã˛ Ü˛ˆÏÓ˚ ܲÑyòˆÏï˛ ÌyˆÏܲ–
ˆÜ˛ö çy!ö öy xyç ˆüˆÏÎ˚ê˛yˆÏܲ xˆÏöܲ ܲˆÏÓ˚ Ü˛í˛¸ˆÏܲ ˆòˆÏÓ ˆû˛ˆÏÓÄ ÄÓ˚ üyÎ˚yüÎ˚ ü%áê˛yÓ˚ !òˆÏܲ ï˛y!ܲˆÏÎ˚ ˛õê˛°y xyÓ˚
!ܲå%È Ó°ˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ öy– !ܲv ~!ܲ ~Ó˚ xyˆÏà ˆï˛y ܲáˆÏöy ˆ§ ˆÜ˛yˆÏöy ˆüˆÏÎ˚ˆÏܲ !öˆÏÎ˚ ~üö ܲˆÏÓ˚ û˛yˆÏÓ !ö– ï˛yÓ˚ û˛yÓöyˆÏï˛
xyç ˆ§!°öy ˆçê˛!°ñ ˆö•y ô%!˛õÎ˚yñ ü!Õ‘Ü˛y ˆ¢Ó˚ÄÎ˚yï˛ åÈyí˛¸yÄ xyÓ˚ ~ܲçö ˆÜ˛ ˆÎö xyàvˆÏܲÓ˚ üˆÏï˛y ˛≤ÈÏÓ¢ ܲˆÏÓ˚ˆÏåÈ–
!ܲhsˇ ˆÏ§ ˆÜ˛ö ~§Ó û˛yÓˆÏåÈ ⁄ ˆÎ ï˛yˆÏܲ ˆÜ˛§‰ áyÄÎ˚yˆÏ°y ÈÙÙÙÙÈ öy öy xyÓ˚Ä Ü˛ááˆÏöy ˆÎ ~§Ó û˛yÓˆÏÓ öy– ˆüˆÏÎ˚ˆÏòÓ˚ ˆ§
û˛yˆÏ°y•z ˆã˛ˆÏö– xyç xyˆÏåÈ ~ܲê%˛ ~!òܲ ÈÙÙÈ Ä!òܲ •ˆÏ°•z ˛õy!á ú%˛XÈ%ˇÍ–
Ó˚yï˛ ï˛áö 10 ê˛y–
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ÈÙÙÙÙÈ ˛õê˛°òy xy!ü !Ó˚Î˚y–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ •ƒyñ Ó°‰
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ xyüyÓ˚ §!ï˛ƒ û%˛° •ˆÏÎ˚ ˆàˆÏåÈ– !ÓŸªy§ ܲˆÏÓ˚y xy!ü üyˆÏܲ !òˆÏÎ˚ ˆï˛yüyÎ˚˚ ôü܉˛ áyÄÎ˚yˆÏï˛ ã˛y•z !ö–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ xyˆÏÓ˚ !ë˛Ü‰˛ xyˆÏåÈ– ÄÓ˚ܲü •ˆÏï˛•z ˛õyˆÏÓ˚– Äê˛y !öˆÏÎ˚ ~ï˛ û˛yÓyÓ˚ !ܲ xyˆÏåÈ ⁄
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ please ï%˛!ü !ܲå%È üˆÏö ܲˆÏÓ˚y öy–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ xyˆÏÓ˚ ÓyÓy !ë˛Ü˛ xyˆÏåÈ– Ó°°yü ˆï˛y ˆÜ˛yö Óƒy˛õyÓ˚ öÎ˚–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ !ë˛Ü˛ xyˆÏåÈ ~áö Ó˚yá!åÈ– bye.
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ ok, Bye, Good night
˛õˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ !òö ˛õê˛ˆÏ°Ó˚ ܲˆÏÎ˚ܲê˛y Ó•z çüy ˆòÄÎ˚yÓ˚ !åÈ°– xˆÏöܲ«˛î •ˆÏÎ˚ ˆàˆÏåÈ ~áöÄ çüy ˆòÄÎ˚y •Î˚ !ö ÈÙÙÈ ¢y°y
°y•zˆÏÓ Ó˚#Ó˚ ˆ°yܲ=ˆÏ°y ˆÜ˛yˆÏöy ܲyˆÏçÓ˚ öÎ˚– •ë˛yÍ ˆã˛yá ˛õí˛¸° ˛õyˆÏ¢•z 1st Year ~Ó˚ ˆüˆÏÎ˚ˆÏòÓ˚ °y•zˆÏö !Ó˚Î˚y xˆÏöܲê˛y
!˛õåȈÏö òÑy!í˛¸ˆÏÎ˚ Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ !Ó˚Î˚y ˆ¢yö‰ ñ §yüˆÏö xyÎ˚ ӈϰ ï˛yˆÏܲ !˛õåÈö ˆÌˆÏܲ ~ܲòü °y•zˆÏöÓ˚ §yüˆÏöÓ˚ !òˆÏܲ òÑyí˛¸ ܲ!Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚ ˆòÎ˚– xyÓ˚ ï˛yåÈyí˛¸y ˆ§
xˆÏöܲ«˛î ˆÌˆÏܲ•z ˆüˆÏÎ˚ˆÏòÓ˚ §yüˆÏö ~ܲê%˛ ˆÜ˛ï˛y ˆòáyˆÏöyÓ˚ ˆã˛‹Ty ܲÓ˚!åÈ°ñ !Ó˚Î˚y ˆ§ §%ˆÏÎyàê˛y ܲˆÏÓ˚ !ò°– ̃yB˛‰§ !Ó˚Î˚y üˆÏö
üˆÏö ӈϰ ˛õê˛°–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ xyFåÈy ˛õê˛°òyñ Ó°!åÈ°yü Basic Electronics ~Ó˚ ˆÜ˛yö‰ Ó•zê˛y ˆÓê˛yÓ˚ •ˆÏÓ–
ÈÙÙÈ Basic Electronics ÙÈ ~ A Rakshit-Chattopadhyoy õÓ˚ˆïÏ ˛ ˛õy!Ó˚§–‰ ï˛ˆÏÓ Depth ˆÎˆÏï˛ •ˆÏ° Millimaner
ˆÜ˛yö ï%˛°öy ˆö•z !ÓˆÏK˛Ó˚ üˆÏï˛y ӈϰ ˛õê˛°‰–
û˛yÓ!åȈϰy xyÓ˚Ä ò%ÈÙÙÈ~ܲê˛y öyü Ó°ˆÏÓ !ܲöy !ܲv !Ó˚Î˚yÓ˚ ÷ܲˆÏöy ü%á ˆòˆÏá §y•§ •ˆÏ°y öy–
~Ó˚˛õÓ˚ ˆÌˆÏܲ ≤ÃyÎ˚•z ê%˛Ü˛ê˛yܲ ˆú˛yˆÏö ܲÌy •ˆÏï˛yñ xyˆÏà !òˆÏöñ ô#ˆÏÓ˚ ô#ˆÏÓ˚ !òˆÏöÈÙÙÈÓ˚yˆÏï˛– xyˆÏhflÏ xyˆÏhflÏ ï%˛•z ï%˛!üÓ˚
§¡õÜ≈˛ ï%˛!ü ï%˛!üˆÏï˛ ˛õ!Ó˚îï˛ •Î˚– ˛õê˛° xyòˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ Ú!˛õÛ •ˆÏÎ˚ ÎyÎ˚–
xyç 14th February – ˛õí˛¸hsˇ !ÓˆÏܲˆÏ°Ó˚ °y°ˆÏã˛ ˆÓ˚yj%Ó˚ àyˆÏÎ˚ ˆüˆÏá ò%ÈÙçö â%Ó˚ˆÏï˛ ˆÓ!Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ !Ó˚Î˚y ˆã˛yá Ó¶˛ ܲˆÏÓ˚y–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ ˆÜ˛ö ⁄ üyˆÏé˛ üyˆÏé˛ ~üö ˛õyà°y!ü ܲˆÏÓ˚y öyÊ
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ xyˆÏÓ˚ ܲˆÏÓ˚y•z öy–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ !ë˛Ü˛ xyˆÏåÈñ ï˛ˆÏÓ ~ܲê˛y ¢ï≈˛ xyˆÏåÈ ï%˛!ü !ܲv ~ܲòü ò%‹T%!ü ܲÓ˚ˆÏÓ öyñ ˆ°yˆÏܲ ˆòáˆÏåÈ– xyüyÓ˚ °Iy ܲˆÏÓ˚–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ xyÉ ............. Óܲ Ó܉˛ öy ܲˆÏÓ˚ Ó¶˛ ܲˆÏÓ˚y–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ !ë˛Ü˛ xyˆÏåÈ Ü˛Ó˚°yüñ ˆã˛yá Ó¶˛ ܲˆÏÓ˚ !Ó˚Î˚y–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ ˆáyˆÏ°y ~ÓyÓ˚
ˆã˛yá á%°ˆÏï˛•z ˆã˛yˆÏáÓ˚ §yüˆÏö ~ܲê˛y ÜÑ˛yˆÏã˛Ó˚ ˆú ˛ˆÏüÓ˚ ˆû˛ï˛Ó˚ §yòy ï˛yçü•° 鲰ü° ܲˆÏÓ˚ í˛zë˛ˆÏ°y û˛ƒyˆÏ°rê˛y•zö§‰
ˆÏí˛ ˆï˛ ~üö gift ˆ˛õˆÏÎ˚ !Ó˚Î˚yÓ˚ ˆã˛yበ!ã˛Ü˛!ã˛Ü˛ ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ÌyˆÏܲ–
~•zû˛yˆÏÓ ≤Ã!ï˛!ê˛ ˆfi˛õ§y° special !òˆÏö gift xyòyö ≤Ãòyöñ ~ܲê˛y ܲƒyí˛ˆÏÓ!Ó˚Ó˚ ò%ÈÙÙÈ !òܲ ò%ÈÙÙÈçˆÏö ˆ¢Î˚yÓ˚
ܲˆÏÓ˚ áyÄÎ˚y ÈÙÙÙÙÈ ˛õê˛ˆÏ°Ó˚ !òö ü® Îy!FåÈ° öy – !öˆÏçÓ˚ ܲˆÏ°ç °y•zˆÏú˛Ó˚ §yÎ˚yˆÏ•´ ~ˆÏ§ ~üö ~ܲçö öÓyàï˛yÓ˚ §yˆÏÌ
§¡õÜ≈˛ñ ܲƒy¡õyˆÏ§Ó˚ xyöyˆÏã˛ Ü˛yöyˆÏã˛ ï˛yˆÏòÓ˚ §¡õˆÏÜ≈˛Ó˚ !ӈϟ’£Ïîñ ï˛yˆÏܲ ˆöü Ä ˆú˛ü ò%ˆÏê˛y•z !òˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ– ˛õê˛°y ˛õê˛° •ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈñ
ܲƒy¡õyˆÏ§ ˆÏ≤Ãü xyÓ˚ ܲçˆÏöÓ˚ ܲ˛õyˆÏ° ÌyˆÏܲ–
!ܲv §!ï˛ƒ•z ç#Óö §Ó˚°ˆÏÓá˚ yÎ˚ ã˛ˆÏ° öy– ˆòáˆÏï˛ ˆòáˆÏï˛ ˛õê˛ˆÏ°Ó˚˚ ܲƒy¡õy§ ˆåȈíÏ ˛¸ ã˛ˆÏ° ÎyÄÎ˚yÓ˚ !òö ã˛ˆÏ° xyˆÏ§–
xyç Ó˚!ÓÓyÓ˚ JGEC ܲƒy¡õy§ bye bye xyç ˆÌˆÏܲ xy!ü ï%˛!ü ò%çˆÏö•z ò%çˆÏöÓ˚ ܲyˆÏåÈ ÷ô%•z flø,!ï˛–
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˛õê˛ˆÏ°Ó˚ üöê˛y ‡ ‡ ܲˆÏÓ˚ ĈÏ벖 !Ó˚Î˚y ˛õê˛ˆÏ°Ó˚ §yˆÏÌ Óy§‹TƒyˆÏu˛ ~ˆÏ§ˆÏåÈ–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ ~ !ܲ ï%˛!ü ÜÑ˛yòˆÏåÈy ˆÜ˛ö ⁄ xyˆÏÓ˚ ÓyÓy ˆú˛yˆÏö ˆï˛y ܲÌy •ˆÏÓ•z ï˛yÓ˚ ˆòáyÄ Ü˛Ó˚ˆÓÏ y– xyÓ˚ xy!ü ˆï˛y ~áö ˆÜ˛y°Ü˛yï˛yˆÏï˛•z
ÌyܲˆÏÓy– ˆÜ˛y°Ü˛yï˛y ˆÌˆÏܲ ò%à≈y˛õ%Ó˚ xyÓ˚ Ü˛ï˛ ò)Ó˚ ....
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ •ƒÑy ï%˛!ü ˆï˛y ӈϰ•z áy°y§ñ ӈϰ•z !Ó˚Î˚y xyÓyÓ˚ ܲÑyòˆÏï˛ ÌyˆÏܲ–
Óy§ xy§ˆÏï˛•z ˛õê˛° í˛zˆÏë˛ ˛õˆÏí˛¸– •yÎ˚ˆÏÓ˚ Óy§ Ó%!鲧‰ Ä öy ò%!ê˛ ï˛Ó˚&î ï˛Ó˚&Ó˚#Ó˚ üö ÈÙÙÙÙÈ ò%çöˆÏܲ xy°yòy ܲˆÏÓ˚ !ò!°– ˆã˛yá
ü%ˆÏé˛ !Ó˚Î˚y ˛õyˆÏ¢•z Úüyü% ˆ‹T¢öy§≈ Ä gift centre ~ ÎyÎ˚–
ÈÙÙÈ ~•z öyÄ üyü!ö– !ܲv !ܲå%È !òˆÏ° §%!Óôy •ˆÏï˛yñ xy§ˆÏ° xyüyˆÏܲÄ
ÈÙÙÈ üyü% ~ܲ ˛õƒyˆÏÜ˛ê˛ !Ófl%Òê˛ ˆòˆÏÓ ˆï˛y–
§yüˆÏö üyˆÏ§ whole saler ˆÏòÓ˚ payment ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ ˆÜ˛ˆÏöy ܲˆÏï˛y •ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ ⁄
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ1050 üyü!ö–
È ÙÙÙÙÈ ~ˆÏï˛y !ܲ ܲˆÏÓ˚ ⁄
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ ˆÜ˛ö üyü!öñ xy˛õöyÓ˚ §yˆÏÌ ˆÎ òyòyÓyÓ% ÌyܲˆÏï˛ö í˛z!ö ˆï˛y üyˆÏé˛ üyˆÏ鲕z !ç!ö§ !öˆÏï˛ö– ܲƒyí˛ˆÏÓÓ˚#ñ show piece
!§àyˆÏÓ˚ˆÏê˛Ó˚ ˛õƒyˆÏÜ˛ê˛ §Ó ˆï˛y xy˛õöyÓ˚ áyï˛yˆÏï˛•z !°áˆÏï˛ Ó°ˆÏï˛ö – xy!ü ˆï˛y ï˛y•z !°ˆÏá!åÈ–
§Ó !ü!ê˛ˆÏÎ˚ !òˆÏÎ˚ •ˆÏ‹TˆÏ° !ú˛Ó˚ˆÏï˛ !Ó˚Î˚yÓ˚ ~ܲê%˛ Ó˚yï˛ •ˆÏÎ˚ ÎyÎ˚– âˆÏÓ˚ ì%˛ˆÏܲ•z °y•zê˛ xú‰˛ ܲˆÏÓ˚ ÷ˆÏÎ˚ ˛õˆÏí˛¸ ˆ• {ŸªÓ˚Ê
!öˆÏçÓ˚ ê˛yܲyÎ˚ !öˆÏç•z !àú˛ê˛ ˆ˛õˆÏÎ˚!åÈ ⁄ ~ˆÏܲ !ܲ !ü̃y û˛yˆÏ°yÓy§y Ó°ˆÏÓ öy!ܲ !öˆÏçÓ˚ í˛zÑ!ã˛ï˛ !¢«˛y •ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ ÓˆÏ° û˛yÓˆÏÓ–
ˆ§ !ܲ ï˛ˆÏÓ xyüyÓ˚ §yˆÏÌ ˆáˆÏ°ˆÏåÈ ⁄ !ܲv xy!üÄ ˆï˛y ï˛yÓ˚ §yˆÏÌ Ü˛ü ˆáˆÏ°!ö– ≤Ã̈Ïü xy!üÄ ˆï˛y §!ï˛ƒ•z !öˆÏçÓ˚ Óyí˛¸#Ó˚
ö¡∫Ó˚•z !òˆÏÎ˚!åÈ– ˛õˆÏÓ˚ ï˛yÓ˚ üˆÏï˛y ~ܲçö unsmart ~Ó˚ §yˆÏÌ ˆ≤ÈÏüÓ˚ öyê˛Ü˛ ܲˆÏÓ˚!åÈ xöƒ !§!öÎ˚Ó˚ˆÏòÓ˚ •yï˛ ˆÌˆÏܲ ÓÑyã˛yÓ˚
çöƒ– !ܲv xy!ü ˆï˛y xyç ï˛yˆÏܲ §!ï˛ƒ•z û˛ˆÏ°yÓy!§– •yÎ˚ˆÏÓ˚ !Ó!ô û˛yÓˆÏï˛ û˛yÓˆÏï˛ àû˛#Ó˚ !öoyÎ˚ ï˛!°ˆÏÎ˚ ÎyÎ˚ !Ó˚Î˚y–

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Santa apni girl friend ko I love you kehta hai aur gir jata hai
Girl : ye kya kar rhe ho
Santa : I am falling in love.

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ܲˆÏ°ç °y•zˆÏú˛ ~ܲê%˛ xyôê%˛ ܲ!Óï˛y !°áï˛yü ˆï˛y ˆ§•z §%ˆÏe xyüyÓ˚ §yˆÏÌ xy°y˛õ ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ~ˆÏ§!åÈ° üô%˛õî≈yñ
!ü!‹T ˆày°ày° ˆã˛•yÓ˚y xyüyÓ˚ ܲ!Óï˛y §ÓyÓ˚ ≤Ã̈Ïü ĈÏܲ•z ˛õí˛¸yˆÏï˛ •ˆÏï˛y– Ä•z Ó°ˆÏï˛y ÚÚˆû˛y¡∫°ñˆï˛yÓ˚ ܲ!Ó Ü˛!Ó ü%á!ê˛ˆÏï˛
~•z xÑy!ã˛°ê˛y ˆÓ¢ üyöyÎ˚ÛÛ üô%˛õî≈y á%Ó Ü˛Ìy Ó°ˆÏï˛y xyÓ˚ á%Ó áyÄÎ˚y òyÄÎ˚y ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛y– ~•z ú%˛ã˛ˆÏܲy Ä•z é˛y°ü%!í˛¸ ê%˛Ü˛ê˛yܲ
ã˛y!°ˆÏÎ˚•z ÎyˆÏFåÈ xyÓ˚ xyüyÓ˚ ˛õˆÏÜ˛ê˛ àˆÏí˛¸Ó˚ üyë˛ •ˆÏFåÈ–
ˆï˛y ô#ˆÏÓ˚ ô#ˆÏÓ˚ xy!ü ˛õí˛¸°yü üyˆÏö Ä•z ˆ≤ÈÏü xyÓ˚ !ܲ ~ܲê˛y ܲ!Óï˛yÓ˚ üyôƒˆÏü çyöy°yü– Ó%ˆÏé˛Ä Ó%鲰yü öy
fl∫yû˛y!Óܲ Óƒy˛õyÓ˚ ˆüˆÏÎ˚Ó˚y ~=ˆÏ°y Ó%ˆÏé˛Ä Ó%é˛ˆÏï˛ ã˛yÎ˚ öyñ û˛yÄ áyˆÏÓ•zñ !ܲå%ȈÏï˛•z ˆ§ê˛y xyê˛Ü˛yˆÏöy ÎyˆÏÓ öy– ˆï˛y ~ܲ!òö
çyöy°yü xy°ˆÏï˛y ܲˆÏÓ˚– ˆï˛y ˆ§Ä á%Ó•z xy°ˆÏï˛y fl∫ˆÏÓ˚ çyöy° ÚÚòƒyá ˆû˛y¡∫°ñ ï%˛•z xyüyÓ˚ á%Ó û˛y° Ó¶%˛– !ܲv !ܲ Ó°ˆÏï˛
xyüyÓ˚ ÓˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ àyˆÏ° ~ï˛Óí˛¸ xÑy!ã˛°... xy!üöy ˆû˛ˆÏÓ•z ~ܲê%˛ ˆ•Ñyã˛ê˛ áy!Fã˛ ˆÓ˚ÛÛ ÚÚÌyܲ Ìyܲ xyÓ˚ Ó°ˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ öyÛÛ ÓˆÏ°
˛õy!°ˆÏÎ˚ xy!§– ˆ§•z áï˛ü xyÓ˚ ˆÜ˛yö!òö ˆ≤Ãü ˆÓ˚yˆÏí˛ ˛õy Óyí˛¸y•z!ö–
á%Ó öyû≈˛y§ °yàˆÏåÈ– û˛y!Ó Ìyܲñ òÓ˚ܲyÓ˚ ˆö•zñ ÎyÓ öy– ˆüˆÏÎ˚!ê˛ ÷ö°yü ~ü. ~. ܲˆÏÓ˚!åÈ üyˆÏö•z ~ÓyÓ˚ Ó%ˆÏé˛ öyÄ–
ˆ˛õyí˛¸ áyÄÎ˚y ˛õyÓ!°Ü˛ñ §yï˛ ˛õÑyã˛ !ü!¢ˆÏÎ˚ ÓyˆÏÓ˚y ÓyÓ˚ û˛yÓ!åÈ– ~üö §üÎ˚ üyÌyÎ˚ ~ܲê˛y xy•z!í˛Î˚y ~°– ˛ú˛ˆÏê˛y ˆï˛y xyüyÓ˚y
ˆÜ˛í˛z ܲyˆÏÓ˚yÓ˚ ˆò!á!ö– ÄÓ˚yÄ ˆòÎ˚!ö ˆï˛y xyüÓ˚yÄ ˆò•z !ö– ˆüˆÏÎ˚!ê˛Ó˚ öyü ˛õÕ‘Ó#– Îy•z ˛õy•zܲ ˛õyí˛¸y xyç ò%˛õ%ˆÏÓ˚ñ ~ܲÓyÓ˚
ìÑ˛% ˆüˆÏÓ˚ xy!§ ... ‡Ñ ~•z !ë˛Ü˛–
S2V
xˆÏöܲ«˛ö ôˆÏÓ˚ â%Ó˚!åÈ Ó˚yhflÏyê˛yˆÏï˛ñ 47 öDz Óy!í˛¸ê˛y ˆÎ ˆÜ˛yÌyÎ˚ û˛àÓyö•z çyˆÏö– ~ï˛«˛î ôˆÏÓ˚ â%Ó˚!åÈñ ˛õyí˛¸yÓ˚
ˆ°yܲçö öy xyÓyÓ˚ Ü%˛Ü%˛Ó˚ ˆ°!°ˆÏÎ˚ ˆòÎ˚– •ë˛yÍ ˆò!á ~ܲê˛y ö#° åÈyï˛yÎ˚ ö#° §yˆÏ°yÎ˚yÓ˚ xy§ˆÏåÈ– ü%áê˛y û˛yˆÏ°y ˆòáy ÎyˆÏFåÈ
öy– Îy•z ĈÏܲ•z !çK˛y§y ܲ!Ó˚– üˆÏö •Î˚ ˆüˆÏÎ˚!ê˛Ó˚ ö#° Ó˚Ç û˛#£Ïî !≤ÃÎ˚–

ÚÚExecuse me ÷öˆÏåÈöñ ~ܲê%˛ ÈÙÙÈ òyÑí˛¸yˆÏÓöÛÛ

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ÈÙÙÈ ÚÚˆÜ˛ö ⁄ÛÛ
ÈÙÙÈ ÚÚxy§ˆÏ° ~ܲê˛y ܲÌy çyöyÓ˚ !åÈ° ...ÛÛ ~ï˛ê%˛Ü%˛ ӈϰ•z Ìü ˆüˆÏÓ˚ ˆà°yü– Ä •!Ó˚ñ ~Ó˚ àyˆÏ°Ä xyÑ!ã˛°ñ xyüyÓ˚ê˛y•z Îüç
ӈϰ üˆÏö •ˆÏFåÈ– ï˛ˆÏÓ ÄÓ˚ê˛y Óyü!òˆÏܲ xyÓ˚ xyüyÓ˚ê˛y í˛yö!òˆÏܲ– ˆòˆÏá üˆÏö üˆÏö ~ܲê%˛ xyd!ÓŸªy§ ˆ˛õˆÏÎ˚ Îy•z– xy§ˆÏ°
§%®Ó˚# ˆüˆÏÎ˚ˆÏòÓ˚ §yˆÏÌ ~ü!öˆÏï˛•z ܲÌy Ó°ˆÏï˛ ˆàˆÏ° ˆåȈϰÓ˚y ˆ•Ñyã˛ê˛ áyÎ˚ ˆï˛y xy!ü xyÓyÓ˚ xyÑ!ã˛°ê˛yÓ˚ çöƒ ˆÓ!¢ ÜˆÏ˛Ó˚
ˆï˛yï˛°yï˛yü–
ˆï˛y á%!¢ •ˆÏÎ˚ Ó°°yüÈÙÙÈ
ÚÚxy§ˆÏ° xy!ü xˆÏöܲ«˛î ôˆÏÓ˚ 47 öÇ Óy!í˛¸ê˛y á%шÏç ˛õy!FåÈöyÛÛ
ÈÙÙÈÚÚˆÜ˛ö ˆÜ˛# òÓ˚ܲyÓ˚ xy˛õöyÓ˚ ⁄ÛÛ
üˆÏö üˆÏö ܲ“öy ܲ!Ó˚ xyÑ!ã˛° åÈyí˛¸y ~ÓÇ xyÑ!ã˛° §• ˆüˆÏÎ˚!ê˛Ó˚ ˆÜ˛üö °yàˆÏÓ ⁄
~ܲê% ˆû˛ˆÏÓ Ó!° ÈÙÙÈ ÚÚxy§ˆÏ° ˆ˛õy‹T x!ú˛§ ˆÌˆÏܲ ~ˆÏ§!åÈñ ï˛y•z Óy!í˛¸ê˛y çyöy òÓ˚ܲyÓ˚ÛÛ–
ÈÙÙÈ ˆï˛y ˆ˛õy‹T x!ú˛§ ˆÌˆÏܲ ~ˆÏ§ˆÏåÈö ÈÙÙÈ üyˆÏö !˛õÄö öy!ܲ xy˛õ!ö ⁄ ˆï˛y ~áö ˆÜ˛ö ⁄ xyÓ˚ !ã˛!벲õˆÏeÓ˚ Óƒyà•z Óy ˆÜ˛yÌyÎ˚ ⁄ÛÛ
ÓyÓy Ó˚#!ï˛üï˛ ˆçÓ˚y ܲÓ˚ˆÏåÈ ˆÎ ˆÓ˚ñ ~•z üˆÏÓ˚ˆÏåÈñ ü%á ˆã˛yá ˆòˆÏá üˆÏö •ˆÏFåÈ öy à“ê˛y ˆáˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ– ã˛y˛õy ˆÜ˛Ôï%˛Ü˛ ˆï˛y àyΩ˛#ˆÏÎ≈Ó˚
xyí˛¸y° ˆÌˆÏܲ !ë˛Ü˛ˆÏÓ˚ !ë˛Ü˛ˆÏÓ˚ ˆÓ˚ˆÏÓ˚yˆÏFåÈ– o&ï˛ ˆÏû˛ˆÏÓ ˆú˛!° ˆÎ öy ˆüˆÏÎ˚!ê˛ˆÏܲ xyüyÓ˚ xÑy!ã˛° §••z û˛y° °yàˆÏåÈ–
ÈÙÙÈ ÚÚöy üyˆÏö ܲy° !öˆÏÎ˚ xy§ˆÏÓy !ã˛!벲õe– xyç á%шÏç ˆà°yüñ ܲy° ÎyˆÏï˛ ï˛yí˛¸yï˛y!í˛¸ !òˆÏï˛ ˛õy!Ó˚–ÛÛ
ÈÙÙÈ ÚÚÄÉ ˆï˛y ˆ§ê˛y ~•z à!°ˆÏï˛ öÎ˚– ~Ó˚ ˛õˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ ò%ˆÏê˛y à!° ˛õˆÏÓ˚– xyüyÓ˚ ~ܲê%˛ ܲyç xyˆÏåÈ ~áyˆÏöñ ˆÓ!¢«˛î °yàˆÏÓ öy–
§ˆÏD ÌyÜ%˛ö– xy!üÄ Ä•z à!°ˆÏï˛•z !ú˛Ó˚ˆÓÏ y ï˛áö xy!ü•z xy˛õöyˆÏܲ !öˆÏÎ˚ ÎyˆÏÓyÛÛ ÓˆÏ° ˆüˆÏÎ!˚ ê˛Ó˚ ü%á xyÓ˚Ä ˆÜ˛Ôï%˛Ü˛üÎ˚ •ˆÏÎ˚
ÎyÎ˚– à“ê˛y ~ܲòü•z áyÎ˚!ö üˆÏö •Î˚– Îy•z ˆ•yܲ xyüyÓ˚ !ܲ –
~ÓyÓ˚ ˆüˆÏÎ˚!ê˛Ó˚ §yˆÏÌ •yÑê˛ˆÏï˛ Ìy!ܲñ ܲÌy •ˆÏï˛ ÌyˆÏܲñ ˆüˆÏÎ˚!ê˛ àyˆÏöÓ˚ !ê˛í˛z¢ö ܲˆÏÓ˚ñ ܲy° xy§ˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ˆÏÓy öy– ï˛y•z åÈye#Ó˚
Óy!í˛¸ˆÏï˛ çy!öˆÏÎ˚ !òˆÏï˛ ÎyˆÏFåÈ–
ˆüˆÏÎ˚!ê˛ xyüyÓ˚ öy Óí˛z •ˆÏÓ öy ˆ≤Ã!üܲy •ˆÏÓ xï˛~Ó ˆÜ˛yö ܲyÓ˚î åÈyí˛¸y•z xy!ü ~ܲê%˛ xy‚y!òö à°yÎ˚ ≤ß¿ ˛Ü˛!Ó˚ ÈÙÙÈ ÚÚï˛y !ܲ
àyö xy˛õ!ö ˛õåÈ® ܲˆÏÓ˚ö ⁄ÛÛ
ÈÙÙÈÚÚ§ÓôÓ˚ˆÏöÓ˚Ó˚•zñ ï˛ˆÏÓ Ó˚Ó#w§Çà#ï˛ xyüyÓ˚ §ÓˆÏã˛ˆÏÎ˚ !≤ÃÎ˚ÛÛ–
xyÓyÓ˚ ˆÜ˛yö ܲyÓ˚î åÈyí˛¸y•z xy!ü á%!¢ ••z ÈÙÙÈ Ó˚Ó#w§Çà#ï˛ xyüyÓ˚Ä á%Ó !≤ÃÎ˚– ~•zû˛yˆÏÓ ≤ÃyÎ˚ 40 !ü!öˆÏê˛Ó˚ ˛õÌy°yˆÏ˛õ xy!ü
ˆüˆÏÎ˚!ê˛Ó˚ §yˆÏÌ xyüyÓ˚ öyöy !ü° á%шÏç ˆ˛õˆÏÎ˚ á%!¢ •ˆÏï˛ Ìy!ܲ–
~üö §üÎ˚ !ö!ò≈‹T à!°ˆÏï˛ ì%˛ˆÏܲ ˛õˆÏí˛¸!åÈ xyüÓ˚y– •ë˛yÍ ÷!ö ˆ˛õåÈö ˆÌˆÏܲ í˛yܲˆÏåÈ ˆÜ˛í˛z ÚÚê%˛!ܲ ~•z ê%˛!ܲ ˆ¢yö
ˆ¢yöÛÛ í˛z_ˆÏÓ˚ ö#° §yˆÏ°yÎ˚yÓ˚ â%ˆÏÓ˚ ï˛yܲyÎ˚– ~ï˛«˛î ôˆÏÓ˚ öyü çyöyÓ˚ Óy çyöyˆÏöyÓ˚ ˆÜ˛í˛z ≤ÈÏÎ˚yçö xö%û˛Ó ܲˆÏÓ˚!ö– ~áö
çyöˆÏï˛ ˛õy!Ó˚ ö#° §yˆÏ°yÎ˚yÓ˚ ~Ó˚ öyü •° ê%˛!ܲ– ÚÚ!ë˛Ü˛ xyˆÏåÈñ xy˛õ!ö ~!àˆÏÎ˚ Îyö xyÓ˚ ò%ȈÏê˛y Óy!í˛¸Ó˚ ˛õÓ˚•z 47ñ xyüyÓ˚
~ܲê%˛ òÓ˚ܲyÓ˚ xyˆÏåÈ– üy!§üy í˛yܲˆÏåÈöñ xy!§–ÛÛ
ÈÙÙÈÚÚ˛õˆÏÓ˚ xyÓyÓ˚ ˆÜ˛yö!òö ˆòáy •ˆÏÓ û˛y° °yàˆÏÓñ ôöƒÓyò ê%˛!ܲ–ÛÛ
ˆÎˆÏï˛ ˆÎˆÏï˛ ê%˛!ܲ ~ܲày° •y!§ í˛z˛õ•yÓ˚ !òˆÏÎ˚ ÎyÎ˚ñ xy!üÄ xy!Ó‹ÒyÓ˚ ܲ!Ó˚ •y§ˆÏ° ê%˛!ܲˆÏܲ Óí˛¸ §%®Ó˚ °yˆÏà–
~Ó˚˛õÓ˚ ˆÜ˛ö çy!ö öy 47 öÇ Óy!í˛¸ê˛yÓ˚ ܲyˆÏåÈ xyÓ˚ ˆÎˆÏï˛ •zFåÈy ܲÓ˚° öy– Óy!í˛¸ !ú˛ˆÏÓ˚ xy!§– Ó˚yˆÏï˛ ê%˛!ܲÓ˚ í˛zˆÏjˆÏ¢
~ܲê˛y ühflÏ Ü˛!Óï˛y !°ˆÏá ˆú˛!°ñ §yˆÏÌ ôöƒÓyòK˛y˛õܲ ~ܲê˛y ˆåÈyR !ã˛!ë˛ñ ܲy° Ä•z à!°ˆÏï˛•z ê%˛!ܲ ӈϰ!åÈ° !ú˛Ó˚ˆÏÓ üyˆÏö Ä•z
à!°ˆÏï˛•z ˆÜ˛yÌyÄ ÄÓ˚ Óy!í˛¸– ܲy° ĈÏܲ ~•z ܲ!Óï˛y xyÓ˚ !ã˛!ë˛ê˛y !òˆÏÎ˚ ˆòÓ– ܲy° •Î˚ˆÏï˛y xyüyÓ˚ !ã˛Ó˚Ü%˛üyÓ˚ ç#ÓˆÏöÓ˚
ˆ¢£Ï!òö ï˛y•z ˆÜ˛yö ˆòy£Ï ˆö•zñ ê%˛!ܲˆÏܲ ~ê˛y ˆòÄÎ˚y ˆÎˆÏï˛•z ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ñ ˛õˆÏÓ˚ !öâ≈yï˛ Óí˛z Allow ܲÓ˚ˆÏÓ öy ï˛y•z Ü%˛üyÓ˚ ç#ÓˆÏöÓ˚
~•z ˆ¢£Ï •zFåÈy ˛õ)î≈ ܲˆÏÓ˚ Ó˚yáy û˛y°–

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û˛y° ܲˆÏÓ˚ xˆÏöܲ«˛ö ôˆÏÓ˚ fl¨yö ܲˆÏÓ˚ ˆ§ˆÏç =ˆÏç ˆÓ˚!í˛ •!FåÈ˛– á%!¢ •ˆÏÎ˚ ày•z!åÈ ÈÙÙÈ ÚÚxyüyÓ˚Ä ˛õÓ˚yî Îy•y ã˛yÎ˚ÛÛ !ܲ ˆÎ ã˛yÎ˚
ˆ§ ˆï˛y û˛àÓyö çyˆÏö ~•z ˆÎüö ~áö ˛õye# ˆòáyÓ˚ á%!¢ˆÏï˛ öy!ܲ ê%˛!ܲÓ˚ §yˆÏÌ ˆòáy •ÄÎ˚yÓ˚ á%!¢ˆÏï˛ ày•z!åÈ ˆ§ê˛yÄ Ä•z
û˛àÓyö•z çyˆÏöö– xy!ü ˆï˛y çy!ö öyñ çyöˆÏï˛ ã˛y•zÄ öy ... ÚÚ °y °y °yÛÛ Îy•z ˆÌˆÏܲ ï˛yˆÏòáy ˛õye#Ó˚ í˛zˆÏjˆÏ¢ ~ܲê˛y àyö
ˆí˛!í˛ˆÏÜ˛ê˛˛ ܲ!Ó˚–
ÚÚ ˆÜ˛ ï%˛!ü ö!®ö#ñ xyˆÏà ˆï˛y ˆò!á!öÛÛ
S4V
ô%§‰ ˛õyE˛y 45 !ü!öê˛ ôˆÏÓ˚ Ó!§ˆÏÎ˚ ˆÓ˚ˆÏáˆÏåÈ xyÓ˚ àƒyÑçyˆÏFåÈ– ˛õye#Ó˚ xyÓ˚ ˆòáy ˆö•z– û˛yÓ!åÈ ày•zˆÏÓy !ܲöy ÚÚˆï˛yüyÓ˚ ˆòáy
öy•z ˆÓ˚ñ ˆï˛yüyÓ˚ ˆòáy öy•zÛÛ– Ìyܲ ˆòáy Îyܲ Ü˛ï˛«˛ˆÏî xyˆÏ§ö !ï˛!ö ~!òˆÏܲ ~ܲàyòy áyÓyÓ˚ §yüˆÏö !öˆÏÎ˚ ӈϧ xy!åÈ xyÓ˚
xöÓÓ˚ï˛ ˆ°yܲçö áyÓyÓ˚ çöƒ ï˛yàyòy !òˆÏFåÈ– û˛yÓ!åÈ •°ê˛y !ܲ⁄ !ܲ û˛yˆÏÓ ~Ó˚yñ xyüyÓ˚ !ܲ Ó˚y«˛ˆÏ§Ó˚ ˛õ,!ÌÓ#ˆÏï˛ ˛˛õ)Ó≈ çß√
•ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ⁄ öy!ܲ xyüyÓ˚ ˆã˛•yÓ˚yê˛yˆÏï˛•z ˆ°yû˛# ˆ°yû˛# û˛yÓ ú%˛ˆÏê˛ í˛zˆÏë˛ˆÏåÈ– ¢!B˛ï˛ •ˆÏÎ˚ ü%áê˛y xyˆÏÓ˚ܲê%˛ ˆû˛Ó°% Óyöy•z– ã˛yˆÏÎ˚Ó˚
ܲy˛õ •yˆÏï˛ ï%˛!°–
Îyܲ ÓÑyã˛y ˆà°ñ xӈϢˆÏ£Ï ˛õye# ì%˛Ü˛ˆÏåÈ xyÓ˚ ˆ°yܲçö û˛Î˚yöܲ ÓƒhflÏ •ˆÏÎ˚ í˛zˆÏë˛ˆÏåÈ–
ÚÚá܉˛ á܉˛ á܉ ÛÛ
ÈÙÙÈ ÚÚxyˆÏÓ˚ ç° ˆò ç° ˆò ˆÓ˚ÛÛ
ÚÚá܉˛ á܉˛ á܉ ÛÛ
ÈÙÙÈ ÚÚxyˆÏÓ˚ ôÓ˚ñ Óyï˛y§ ܲÓ˚ ˆÓ˚ÛÛ
ˆçyÓ˚òyÓ˚ !Ó£Ïü ˆ°ˆÏàˆÏåÈ– ã˛yˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ ܲy˛õ ˆüˆÏé˛ˆÏï˛ ˛õˆÏí˛¸ ã%˛Ó˚üyÓ˚ •ˆÏÎ˚ ˆàˆÏåÈ– ˆ§ê˛y ôÓ˚ˆÏï˛ !àˆÏÎ˚ !ü!‹TÓ˚ ˆ≤’ê˛=ˆÏ°y ˛õ%ˆÏÓ˚y í˛zˆÏŒê˛
!òˆÏÎ˚!åÈ– ~ܲòü åÈyÓ˚áyÓ˚ñ °u˛û˛u˛ ܲˆÏÓ˚ !òˆÏÎ˚!åÈ–
xyˆÏÓ˚ ~ ˆÜ˛ ⁄ ~•z ö!®ö# ˆÜ˛ ˆï˛y xy!ü !ã˛!öñ !Ó£Ïü ˆáˆÏï˛ !àˆÏÎ˚Ä á%!¢Ó˚ !é˛!°Ü˛ ÓˆÏÎ˚ ÎyÎ˚ üˆÏö–
S5V
ò%•z ˛õ!Ó˚ÓyÓ˚ Ó˚«˛î¢#° •ˆÏ°Ä ~•z Óƒy˛õyˆÏÓ˚ ~ܲê%˛ í˛zòyÓ˚ï˛y ˆò!áˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈñ ˛õye ˛õye#Ó˚ ~ܲyhsˇ xy°y˛õܲy!Ó˚ï˛yÓ˚ §%ˆÏÎyà ܲˆÏÓ˚
!òˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ–
ã%˛˛õã˛y˛õ ӈϧ xy!åÈ ò%çˆÏö– üyˆÏé˛ üyˆÏé˛ Ä ˆã˛yá ï%˛ˆÏ° ˆòáˆÏåÈ xyÓ˚ xy!ü ܲƒyÓ°yÓ˚ üˆÏï˛y ˆã˛yá öy!üˆÏÎ˚ ˆú˛Ï°!åÈ– ~Ó˚ܲü
ò%ï˛Ó˚ˆÏú˛ ö#Ó˚Ó Ü˛ÌyÓyï≈˛y •° ˆã˛yˆÏá ˆã˛yˆÏá xyÓ˚ •y!§ˆÏï˛ •y!§ˆÏï˛– í˛zÉ Óyü!òˆÏܲÓ˚ ˛àyˆÏ° Ä•z xyÑ!ã˛°ê˛y öy ÌyܲˆÏ° •Î˚ˆÏï˛y
ê%˛!ܲˆÏܲ ~ï˛ û˛y° °yàˆÏï˛y öy–
ÈÙÙÈÚÚܲ# ˛!˛õÄö ü¢y•zñ !ã˛!ë˛ê˛y ~ˆÏöˆÏåÈö ˆï˛y ⁄ÛÛ
È ÙÙÈÚÚ•ƒyÑ ~ˆÏö!åÈñ ÷ô% ˆï˛yüyÓ˚ çöƒÛÛ

A criminal did not reveal secrets after 3rd degree.


Police : OK, play Himesh’s song
Criminal screams : Batata hu, sab batata hu.

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åÈ®yÓ˚ åÈ® ˛õï˛ˆÏöÓ˚ åÈ®
ˆüÔ§%ü# üu˛°
Sï,˛ï˛#Î˚ Ó£Ï≈ñ xy•z. !ê˛V

§Ü˛yˆÏ° ã˛y ~Ó˚ ˆê˛!ӈϰ ò%ÛˆÏüˆÏÎ˚ˆÏܲ•z ã˛y•z åÈ®yˆÏòÓ#Ó˚– x!° á%Ó ï˛yí˛¸yï˛y!í˛¸ í˛zˆÏë˛ ˛õí˛¸ˆÏ°Ä ˛õ!°ˆÏܲ !öˆÏÎ˚ §ü§ƒyÓ˚
xhsˇ ˆö•zó §Ü˛y° 8 ê˛yÓ˚ xyˆÏà ï˛yˆÏܲ í˛zë˛ˆÏï˛ Ó°y üyˆÏö Ü%˛Ó˚&ˆÏ«˛ˆÏeÓ˚ xÓï˛yÓ˚îy ܲÓ˚y– ~•z ò%Û•z ˆüˆÏÎ˚ˆÏܲ !öˆÏÎ˚•z åÈ®yˆÏòÓ#Ó˚
•y!§ÈÙÙÈܲyߨy– xyÓ˚Ä ~ܲçö xyˆÏåÈ ˆÎ !ܲöy öy ˆÌˆÏÜ˛Ä xyˆÏåÈ åÈ®yÓ˚ åȈϮÈÙÙÈåȈϮñ xyö® ò%Éá ~Ó˚ ≤Ã!ï˛!ê˛ ü%•)ˆÏï≈˛– ö#Ó˚ˆÏÓ–
~ܲ
§üˆÏÓ˚¢ ~Ó˚ §yˆÏÌ åÈ®yÓ˚ ≤ÃÌü ˛õ!Ó˚ã˛Î˚ ~ܲ §y!•ï˛ƒ §û˛yÎ˚– §üˆÏÓ˚¢ ï˛áö ì˛yܲy •zí˛z!öû˛yÓ˚!§!ê˛Ó˚ ÓyÇ°y !Óû˛yˆÏà öï%˛ö•z
çˆÏÎ˚ö ܲˆÏÓ˚ˆÏåÈ– öÓ#ö ≤ÈÏú˛§Ó˚– åÈ®y ï˛áö ÓyÇ°y !Óû˛yˆÏàÓ˚ ≤ÃÌü ӈϣÏ≈Ó˚ åÈye#– §üˆÏÓ˚¢•z ˆ¢£Ï Ó_´y !åÈ°– ˛õˆÏÎ˚rê˛ =ˆÏ°y
ˆöyê˛ Ü˛Ó˚ˆÏï˛ !àˆÏÎ˚ åÈ®y ÓyÓ˚ÓyÓ˚ ˆáÎ˚y° •y!Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚ ˆú˛°!åÈ°– ü%?˛ï˛yÓ˚ §#üyöy åÈy!í˛¸ˆÏÎ˚ !àˆÏÎ˚!åÈ° ˆÓyô •Î˚ Óy!í˛¸ !ú˛ˆÏÓ˚ üyˆÏܲ
ӈϰ!åÈ° §üˆÏÓ˚ˆÏ¢Ó˚ ܲÌy– ï˛yÓ˚˛õÓ˚ û%˛ˆÏ°Ä !àˆÏÎ˚!åÈ° ˛õ%ˆÏÓ˚y˛õ%!Ó˚– Üœ˛y§ñ ˆöyê˛ xyÓ˚ °y•zˆÏÓ !Ó˚Ó˚ üˆÏôƒ í%˛ˆÏÓ Ìyܲy åÈ®yÓ˚
≤Ã!ï˛!òˆÏöÓ˚ Ó˚&!ê˛ˆÏöÓ˚ ˆÜ˛yö ˛õ!Ó˚Óï≈˛öÄ xyˆÏ§!ö– ï˛yÓ˚˛õÓ˚ ˆÜ˛ˆÏê˛ ˆà° ~ܲ!ê˛ ÓåÈÓ˚– !mï˛#Î˚ ÓåÈÓ˚ ~ •ë˛yÍ ~ܲ!òö §üˆÏÓ˚¢
~° åÈ®yˆÏòÓ˚ Üœ˛y§ !öˆÏï˛– àΩ˛#Ó˚ ü%áñ ܲyˆÏ°y ˆüyê˛y ˆú ˛ˆÏüÓ˚ ã˛¢üyñ Üœ˛yˆÏ§ ì%˛ˆÏܲ•z àΩ˛#Ó˚ §%ˆÏÓ˚ Ó°ˆÏ°ö ÈÙÙÈ Úˆ¢ˆÏ£ÏÓ˚ ܲ!Óï˛y
˛õˆÏí˛¸åÈ ˆï˛y ˆï˛yüÓ˚y⁄ ã˛ˆÏ°y ~ܲê%˛ ˆû˛ˆÏÓ ˆò!á !ë˛Ü˛ ˆÜ˛yÌyÎ˚ ˆÜ˛yÌyÎ˚ xyüyˆÏòÓ˚ û˛yˆÏ°y °yày=ˆÏ°y !ܲÇÓy áyÓ˚y˛õ °yày=ˆÏ°y
°%!ܲˆÏÎ˚ xyˆÏåÈ–Û Ú~ܲü%ˆÏë˛y •y!§ åÈ!í˛¸ˆÏÎ˚ ˛õˆÏí˛¸!åÈ° §üˆÏÓ˚¢ÈÙÙÈ~Ó˚ ü%ˆÏá– §Óy•z xÓyܲ •ˆÏÎ˚ ï˛y!ܲˆÏÎ˚!åÈ° §üˆÏÓ˚ˆÏ¢Ó˚ ü%ˆÏáÓ˚
!òˆÏܲ– ˆÜ˛í˛z û˛yÓˆÏï˛•z ˛õyˆÏÓ˚!ö ˆÎ ˙ àΩ˛#Ó˚ ü%ˆÏáÄ •y!§ ú%˛Ïê˛ˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚– ˆ§!òö åÈ®y ˆ¢ˆÏ£ÏÓ˚ ܲ!Óï˛yÓ˚ öï%˛ö üyˆÏö áÑ%ˆÏç
ˆ˛õˆÏÎ˚!åÈ°– ~Ó˚˛õÓ˚ ˆÌˆÏܲ ˆöyê˛ ˆã˛Ü˛ ܲÓ˚yÓyÓ˚ çöƒ Óy ˛õí˛¸y÷öyÓ˚ ܲyˆÏç ˆ•“ ~Ó˚ çöƒ åÈ®y üyˆÏé˛ üyˆÏ鲕z §üˆÏÓ˚ˆÏ¢Ó˚ ܲyˆÏåÈ
ˆÎï˛– §y!•ï˛ƒ §û˛yˆÏï˛Ä üyˆÏé˛ üyˆÏé˛ ˆòáy •ï˛– å®y á%Ó•z §yôyÓ˚î ˆüˆÏÎ˚ !åÈ°– û˛yˆÏ°yˆÏܲ §%®Ó˚û˛yˆÏÓ û˛yˆÏ°y xyÓ˚ ü®ˆÏܲ
ˆ§yçyû˛yˆÏÓ ü® Ó°ˆÏï˛ çyöï˛ Ä– §üˆÏÓ˚ˆÏ¢Ó˚ ˆ°áyÓ˚ ≤ÃÌü Ä ≤Ãôyö §üyˆÏ°yã˛Ü˛ !åÈ° åÈ®y– åÈ®y á%Ó•z =!ê˛ˆÏÎ˚ Ìyܲy
ˆüˆÏÎ˚– §üˆÏÓ˚¢ ~Ó˚ ≤ÃyÎ˚ §Ó ˆ°áy•z ˛õí˛¸ï˛ !ܲv !öˆÏçÓ˚ ˆ°áyÓ˚ ܲÌy ܲyí˛zˆÏܲ•z Ä çyöˆÏï˛ !òï˛ öyñ ~üö !ܲ §üˆÏÓ˚¢ˆÏܲÄ
öy–
~ܲ!òö §üˆÏÓ˚ˆÏ¢Ó˚ ˆÜ˛!ÓˆÏö !àˆÏÎ˚!åÈ° åÈ®y !ܲå%È ˆöyê˛ ˆã˛Ü˛ ܲÓ˚yˆÏöyÓ˚ çöƒ– !ú˛ˆÏÓ˚ xy§yÓ˚ §üÎ˚ ÄÓ˚ í˛yÎ!˚Ó˚ê˛y û%˛° ܲˆÏÓ˚
ˆú˛ˆÏ° ~ˆÏ§!åÈ°– ~•z í˛yÎ˚!Ó˚ ˆÌˆÏܲ•z §üˆÏÓ˚¢ çyöˆÏï˛ ˆ˛õˆÏÓ˚!åÈ° åÈ®yÓ˚ ˆày˛õö ≤Ã!ï˛û˛yÓ˚ ܲÌy– ~•z ˆ°!áܲy åÈ®y xyÓ˚
ÓyhflψÏÓÓ˚ åÈ®yˆÏܲ !ܲå%ȈÏï˛•z ˆü°yˆÏï˛ ˛õyÓ˚!åÈ° öy §üˆÏÓ˚¢– ~ï˛ xyˆÏ®y°ö ÎyÓ˚ ˆ°áyˆÏï˛ ˆ§ !ܲ ܲˆÏÓ˚ ~ï˛ ¢yhsˇñ ˆàyê˛yˆÏöy
~Ó˚˛õÓ˚ ˆÌˆÏܲ•z §üˆÏÓ˚¢ á%ÑçˆÏï˛ ÷Ó˚& ܲˆÏÓ˚ åÈ®yÓ˚ åÈ®ˆÏܲ– ˆ˛õˆÏÓ˚Ä !åÈ° §üˆÏÓ˚¢– ˛õ!Ó˚ÓyˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ §¡ø!ï˛ˆÏï˛•z ĈÏòÓ˚ !ÓˆÏÎ˚ •Î˚
67 ~Ó˚ 19 ~ ˆú˛Ó &Î˚yÓ˚#ˆÏï˛– ~Ó˚ üˆÏôƒ §üˆÏÓ˚¢ ܲ!Ó !•§yˆÏÓ ≤Ãã%˛Ó˚ áƒy!ï˛ ˆ˛õˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ– ˆ°áyñ §y!•ï˛ƒ §û˛y !öˆÏÎ˚•z ÓƒhflÏ Ìyܲï˛
Ä– §y!•ï˛ƒ §üyˆÏ°yã˛Ü˛ !•ˆÏ§ˆÏÓÄ ˛õ!Ó˚!ã˛!ï˛ °yû˛ ܲˆÏÓ˚!åÈ°– 68 ˆï˛ çß√ !ö° x!°– §Óy•zˆÏܲ !öˆÏÎ˚ åȈϮ û˛Ó˚y åÈ®yÓ˚
§Ç§yÓ˚–
ò%•z
§Ü˛yˆÏ°Ó˚ ˆÓ Ü˛ú˛yfiê˛ê˛y ˛õ!° ܲáˆÏöy•z !ë˛Ü˛ üï˛ Ü˛Ó˚ˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ öy– ܲáˆÏöy ~ܲ@’y§ ç%§ ܲáˆÏöy Óy ~ܲê˛y ˆê˛yfiê˛ xyÓyÓ˚
ܲáˆÏöy §ƒyu%˛•z§ ü%ˆÏá ˛õ%Ó˚ˆÏï˛ ˛õ%Ó˚ˆÏï˛ ˆòÔí˛¸– xyçÄ öï%˛ö !ܲå%È •ˆÏ°y öy– x!° xyÓ˚ ˛õ!° ~ܲ §ˆÏD•z •zí˛z!öû˛yÓ˚!§!ê˛ ÎyÎ˚–
x!° ÓyÇ°y xyÓ˚ ˛õ!° •zÇ!°¢ !öˆÏÎ˚ ˛õí˛¸ˆÏåÈ– ò%ÛˆÏÓyö ˆÎö •!Ó˚•Ó˚ xydy– fl∫û˛yˆÏÓ Î!òÄ 1 ¢ï˛yÇ¢Ä ˆüˆÏ° öy– §Óy•z ӈϰ
x!° ÓyhflψÏÓÓ˚ üy!ê˛ˆÏï˛ ˛õy ˆÓ˚ˆÏá ã˛ˆÏ° xyÓ˚ ˛õ!° ܲ“öyÓ˚– !ܲ çy!ö §!ï˛ƒ !ܲöy– x!° §Ó §üÎ˚•z ˆåÈyê˛ ˆÓyöˆÏܲ xyàˆÏ°
Ó˚yáˆÏï˛•z û˛y°ÓyˆÏ§– üyˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ Ä£Ï%ô !ë˛Ü˛üˆÏï˛y §üÎ˚ üˆÏö ܲ!Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚ ˆòÄÎ˚yˆÏÜ˛Ä x!° !öˆÏçÓ˚ òy!Î˚c ӈϰ üˆÏö ܲˆÏÓ˚– ˛õ!° §Ó
§üÎ˚•z ÓƒhflÏ– ܲyˆÏÓ˚y çöƒ ÄÓ˚ ˆÜ˛yö §üÎ˚ ˆö•z– Ó¶˛%ˆÏòÓ˚ §yˆÏÌ xyU˛yñ !§ˆÏöüyñ öyã˛ àyö !öˆÏÎ˚•z ÓƒhflÏ ÌyˆÏܲ– xyÓ˚ Ó˚yˆÏï˛
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àˆÏ“Ó˚ Ó•zˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ ˆö¢yê˛y ˆÎö ~ Óy!í˛¸Ó˚ Ó˚ˆÏ_´Ó˚ §yˆÏÌ !üˆÏ¢ xyˆÏåÈ– ôyöü!u˛Ó˚ 51 ö¡∫Ó˚ Óy!í˛¸ê˛y ĈÏòÓ˚ üyˆÏé˛ üyˆÏé˛ ò%ÈÙÙȈÏÓyö
~ܲ§yˆÏÌ ˆáy°y à°yÎ˚ àyö ôˆÏÓ˚ ÈÙÙÈ Ü˛áˆÏöy Ó˚Ó#wöyÌ ~Ó˚ÈÙÙÈ ÚÚ˛õˆÏÌÓ˚ ˆ¢£Ï ˆÜ˛yÌyÎ˚ xyÓyÓ˚ ܲáˆÏöy Óy •yã˛ö Ó˚yçyÓ˚ ÈÙÙÈ
ÚÚ•z§y °y!à° ˆÓ˚– ÓyÑܲy ˙ ò%ÛöÎ˚ˆÏö •z§y °y!à° ˆÓ˚ÛÛ ˆüˆÏÎ˚ ò%Û!ê˛Ó˚ à°yÎ˚ §!ï˛ƒ•z òÓ˚ò xyˆÏåÈ– Îáö àyÎ˚ üˆÏö •Î˚ ˆÎö •*òÎ˚
!òˆÏÎ˚ ày•zˆÏå–È ÚÚ˛õˆÏÌÓ˚ ˆ¢£Ï ˆÜ˛yÌyÎ˚ÛÛ ~•z àyöê˛y §üˆÏÓ˚ˆÏ¢Ó˚ á%Ó !≤ÃÎ˚ !åÈ° §üˆÏÓ˚ˆÏ¢Ó˚ çß√!òˆÏö x!°ÈÙÙÈ˛õ!°ÈÙÙÈ åÈ®y ~•z
àyö!ê˛ Ü˛Ó˚ˆÏÓ•z–
!ï˛ö
•zí˛z!öû˛yÓ˚!§!ê˛ Ü˛ƒy¡õyˆÏ§ xyU˛y ˆòÄÎ˚yÓ˚ ˆã˛ˆÏÎ˚ ˆÜ˛w#Î˚ ¢•#ò !üöyÓ˚ ã˛_Ó˚ !ܲÇÓy Ó˚üöyÓê˛ü)ˆÏ°•z xyU˛y !òˆÏï˛ û˛yˆÏ°yÓyˆÏ§
˛õ!°– §yüˆÏö 21 ˆ¢ ˆú˛Ó &Î˚yÓ˚#– ˆÜ˛w#Î˚ ¢•#ò !üöyˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ ˆí˛Ü˛ˆÏÓ˚¢ˆÏöÓ˚ òy!Î˚cê˛y xyê≈˛ xyÓ˚ ܲ°y !Óû˛yˆÏàÓ˚ í˛z˛õÓ˚•zñ ˛õ!°
ï˛y•z á%Ó•z ÓƒhflÏ–
3 ö¡∫Ó˚ ˆàˆÏê˛ ˛õ°y¢ òyÑ!í˛¸ˆÏÎ˚ xyˆÏåÈ 25 !ü!öê˛ ôˆÏÓ˚– ˛õ!° xÓ¢ƒ ~ˆÏ«˛ˆÏe §Ó §üÎ˚•z ˆ°ê˛– xyçÄ– ˛õ°y¢ çyöï˛ñ ~ˆÏ§•z
˛õ!° ܲü ܲˆÏÓ˚ 10 ÓyÓ˚ §!Ó˚ Ó°ˆÏï˛ û%˛°ˆÏÓ öy–
ÈÙÙÈ •ƒÑy ˆÓ˚ñ ˛õ!°ñ ˆ˛õyfiê˛yˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ çöƒ öï%˛ö ˆÜ˛yö xy•z!í˛Î˚y ˆ˛õ!° ⁄
ÈÙÙÈ öyˆÏÓ˚ñ ˆÜ˛yö !ܲå%È•z ˆÏÓÓ˚ •ˆÏFåÈ öy üyÌy ˆÌˆÏܲñ Ä û˛yˆÏ°y ܲÌyñ üy ˆï˛yˆÏܲ ܲy° ˆÎˆÏï˛ ÓˆÏ°ˆÏåÈñ x!°Ó˚ çß√!òö–
ÈÙÙÈ •ƒyÑñ ï˛y•z ˆï˛yñ ܲy° ˆï˛y x!°!òÓ˚ çß√!òö– xFåÈyñ ˆï˛yÓ˚ ĈÏܲ !ò!ò Ó°ˆÏï˛ xy˛õ!_ ˆÜ˛ö ⁄
ÈÙÙÈ xyüyÓ˚ •zˆÏFåÈ– Ó°Ó öy ï˛y•z Ó°Ó öyñ ˆï˛yÓ˚ ï˛yˆÏï˛ !ܲ ⁄ xyüyÓ˚ xyÓ˚ x!°Ó˚ Óƒy˛õyÓ˚ ~ê˛y– ~ܲòü öyܲ à°yÓyÓ˚ ˆã˛‹Ty
ܲÓ˚!Ó öy– Ó%é˛!°⁄ ~ê˛y öï%˛ö !ܲå%È öÎ˚– ˛õ°y¢ !ܲå%È Ó°ˆÏ° ˛õ!°ˆÏܲ í˛zˆÏŒê˛yê˛y Ó°ˆÏï˛•z •ˆÏÓ– é˛àí˛¸yê˛y ĈÏòÓ˚ ܲyˆÏåÈ ç°
û˛yˆÏï˛Ó˚ üï˛–
È ÙÙÈ ò#öÓ¶%˛ üˆÏM˛È xyç ~ܲê˛y öyê˛ˆÏܲÓ˚ ˆ¢y xyˆÏåÈ Îy!Ó ˛õ!° ⁄
ÈÙÙÈ ˆÎˆÏï˛ ˛õy!Ó˚– Î!ò !ê˛!ܲˆÏê˛Ó˚ ê˛yܲyê˛y ï%˛•z !ò§– xyüyÓ˚ ˛õˆÏÜ˛ê˛ áy!°– •y •y •y Ê ï˛y•z Ó%!é˛ àï §ÆyˆÏ• !ê˛!ܲˆÏê˛Ó˚ ê˛yܲyê˛y ˆÎö
ˆÜ˛!òˆÏÎ˚!åÈ° ⁄ ~•z Îy û%˛ˆÏ°•z ˆà!åÈÊ
ÈÙÙÈòƒyá ï%˛•z !òˆÏÎ˚!åÈ!° ӈϰ ~û˛yˆÏÓ xyüyˆÏܲ ˆ¢yöyˆÏï˛ ˛õy!Ó˚§ öy– !ܲv– xy!ü !ܲv á%Ó ... ˆÓ˚ˆÏà Îy!FåÈ– ÎyÓ öy !ܲv ӈϰ
!ò!FåÈ–
ÈÙÙÈ §!Ó˚ ˆÓ˚ ï%˛•z ˆï˛y çy!ö§•z ï%˛•z öy ˆàˆÏ° xyüyÓ˚Ä ÎyÄÎ˚y •ˆÏÓ öy– ˛õ!° xyÓ˚ ˛õ°y¢ á%Ó•z û˛y° Ó¶%˛– Üœ˛y§ ˆê˛ö ~
!ê˛í˛z¢ˆÏö ≤ÃÌü xy°y˛õ ï˛yÓ˚˛õÓ˚ ˆÌˆÏܲ•z Ó¶%˛– ˛õ°y¢ •zÇ!°¢ !°ê˛yˆÏÓ˚ã˛yÓ˚ !öˆÏÎ˚ ˛õí˛¸yÎ˚ ò%çˆÏöÓ˚ üˆÏôƒ Ó¶%˛cê˛y ~áˆÏöy xê%˛ê˛
xyˆÏåÈ– !Ó˚ˆÏ§rê˛!° ÄÓ˚y !ë˛Ü˛ ܲˆÏÓ˚ˆÏåÈ !ÓˆÏÎ˚ ܲÓ˚ˆÏÓ– x!°Ó˚ §Ó !ܲå%È çyöy ÌyܲˆÏ°Ä åÈ®y ~ Óƒy˛õyˆÏÓ˚ !ܲå%È•z çyöˆÏï˛y öy– ÄÓ˚y
ˆû˛ˆÏÓˆÏåÈ x!°Ó˚ çß√!òˆÏö åÈ®yˆÏܲ çyöyˆÏÓ– ò%ÛçˆÏöÓ˚ Óƒy˛õyÓ˚ê˛y üˆÏö ÌyܲˆÏ°Ä ˆÜ˛í˛z ܲyí˛zˆÜÏ ˛ üˆÏö ܲ!Ó˚ˆÎÏ ˚ ˆòÄÎ˚yÓ˚ ≤ÈÎÏ y˚ çö
ˆÓyô ܲÓ˚° öy–
ã˛yÓ˚
xyç x!°Ó˚ çß√!òö– çß√!òö=ˆÏ°y ~ Óy!í˛¸ˆÏï˛ xöƒ !òö=ˆÏ°y ˆÌˆÏܲ á%Ó ˆÓ¢# xy°yòy öÎ˚– §Ü˛yˆÏ° üyˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ •yˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÎ˚§
áyÄÎ˚y xyÓ˚ ã˛®ˆÏöÓ˚ ~ܲê˛y ˆúÑ˛yê˛y – ò%˛õ%ˆÏÓ˚ ˛xyÓ˚ Ó˚yˆÏï˛ áyÓyÓ˚ ˆê˛!ӈϰ åÈ®yÓ˚ !öˆÏçÓ˚ •yˆÏï˛ Ó˚yߨy ܲÓ˚y áyÓyˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ Óy•yÓ˚–
x!ï˛!Ì Ó°ˆÏï˛ ˙ ˛õ°y¢•z– ˛õ°y¢ !ÓˆÏܲ° ˆÓ°yˆÏï˛•z xy§ˆÏï˛ û˛yˆÏ°yÓyˆÏ§ ~ Óy!í˛¸ˆÏï˛– xyç ~ˆÏ§!åÈ° ~ܲ=FåÈ Ó˚çö#à¶˛y
xyÓ˚ x!Ü≈˛í˛ !öˆÏΖ˚ x!° ~=ˆÏ°y á%Ó û˛yˆÏ°yÓyˆÏ§ñ çyöï˛ ˛õ°y¢– ~ê˛y xÓ¢ƒ ˛õ!°Ó˚ ܲyåÈ ˆÌˆÏܲ•z ˆçˆÏöˆÏåÈ Ä – x!° á%Ó á%!¢
•°– ú%˛°=ˆÏ°y §üˆÏÓ˚¢ ~Ó˚ åÈ!ÓÓ˚ §yüˆÏö Ó˚yá° x!°– åÈ!Óê˛y ˛õ!°Ó˚ xyÑܲy– ~•z !òöê˛yˆÏï˛ x!° ÓyÓyˆÏܲ á%Ó !ü§ ܲˆÏÓ˚–
§ˆÏ¶˛ ˆÓ°yÎ˚ §Óy•z !üˆÏ° åÈyˆÏò xyU˛y !ò°– ܲ!Ó=Ó˚&Ó˚ ÈÙÙÈ Ú•ë˛yÍ ˆòáyñ ÚxyàüöÛñ Úú˛yÑ!ܲÛñ Ú•z§ˆÏê˛¢öÛñ ÚÓyÑ!¢ÄÎ˚y°yÛ
xyÓ,!_ ܲÓ˚° x!°– ˛õ!° ày•z° Úû˛y°Óy!§ û˛yˆÏ°yÓy!§Ûñ xyÓyÓ˚ ≤ÃyˆÏîÓ˚ ˛õˆÏÓ˚ ã˛ˆÏ° ˆà° ˆ§Ûñ Úxy!ü ˆÜ˛Ó°•z fl∫˛õö ܲˆÏÓ˚!åÈ
Ó˛õöÛñ Úˆá°yâÓ˚ ÓyÑôˆÏï˛ ˆ°ˆÏà!åÈÛñ ÚܲyÑòyˆÏ° ï%˛!ü ˆüyˆÏÓ˚Û–
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ˆ¢ˆÏ£Ï åÈ®y ày•z° ÈÙÙÈ Úxy=ˆÏöÓ˚ ˛õÓ˚¢ ü!öÛ– Ó˚yˆÏï˛ !åÈ° Óy•y!Ó˚ áyÓyÓ˚– áyÓyÓ˚ ˆê˛!ӈϰ §Óy•zÈÙÙÈ•z ~ܲê%˛ ˆçyܲ ܲÓ˚yÓ˚ ü%í˛ ~
!åÈ°– ~Ó˚ üˆÏôƒ•z ˛õ!° xyÓ˚ ˛õ°y¢ ÓyÓ˚ ÓyÓ˚ ~ˆÏܲ xˆÏöƒÓ˚ !òˆÏܲ ï˛yܲy!FåÈ°– !ܲ ܲˆÏÓ˚ ÷Ó˚& ܲÓ˚ˆÏÓ Ó%é˛ˆÏï˛ ˛õyÓ˚!åÈ° öyñ
˛õ°y¢ ˆÜ˛ á%Ó û˛yˆÏ°y ܲˆÏÓ˚•z ˆã˛ˆÏö åÈ®y– §Ó !ܲå%È !ü!°ˆÏÎ˚ ~ܲ ܲÌyÎ˚ ˛õ°y¢ á%Ó•z û˛yˆÏ°y ˆåȈϰ– ĈÏòÓ˚ ò%çˆÏöÓ˚ xÓfliy
ˆòˆÏá x!°•z üyˆÏܲ §Ó!ܲå%È Ó°°– ~ܲ é˛ê˛Ü˛yÎ˚ åÈ®y ˆÎö xöƒ ~ܲ ˛õ,!ÌÓ#ˆÏï˛ ã˛ˆÏ° ˆà°– ï˛yÓ˚˛õÓ˚ !ܲå%È öy ӈϰ•z áyÓyÓ˚
ˆê˛!Ïӈϰ ˆÌˆÏܲ í˛zˆÏë˛ ˆà°– §Óy•z !ܲå%Èê˛y xÓyܲ •°– åÈ®y §yôyÓ˚îï˛ ~ ôÓ˚ˆÏöÓ˚ xyã˛Ó˚î ܲˆÏÓ˚ öy– ˛õ!°•z ˛õ!Ó˚ˆÏÓ¢ê˛yˆÏܲ
fl∫yû˛y!Óܲ ܲÓ˚yÓ˚ ˆã˛‹Ty ܲÓ˚°– Ó°° ÈÙÙÈ Úüy ~Ó˚ ¢Ó˚#Ó˚ê˛y §Ü˛y° ˆÌˆÏܲ•z ~ܲê%˛ áyÓ˚y˛õñ !ܲå%È üˆÏö ܲ!Ó˚§ öy ˛õ°y¢Û– áyÓyÓ˚
˛õÓ˚ ˛õ°y¢ xyÓ˚ ˆÓ!¢«î ÌyˆÏܲ !ö ˛ ˛õ!°ˆÏòÓ˚ Óy!í˛¸ˆÏï˛–
xˆÏöܲ Ó˚yï˛ •ˆÏÎ˚ ˆàˆÏåÈ– ¢•Ó˚ â%!üˆÏÎ˚ ˛õˆÏí˛¸ˆÏåÈ– åÈ®y ~ܲy ӈϧ xyˆÏåÈ Óƒy°Ü˛!öˆÏï˛– åÈ®yÓ˚ xyç üˆÏö ˛õˆÏí˛¸ ÎyˆÏFåÈ xˆÏöܲ
!ܲå%È•z– ˆÎ ˛õ%Ó˚yˆÏöyˆÏܲ åÈ®y ܲÓÓ˚ !òˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ xˆÏöܲ xyˆÏà•z ï˛y xyÓyÓ˚ í˛zˆÏë˛ xy§ˆÏåÈ– åÈ®y çyöï˛ ~•z ܲ!ë˛ö ÓyhflÏÓ ~Ó˚
ü%ˆÏáyü%!á ĈÏܲ •ˆÏï˛•z •ˆÏÓ ~ܲ!òö–
˛õyÑã˛
1971ñ ÓyÇ°yˆÏòˆÏ¢ fl∫yô#öï˛y §Ç@ˇÃyü ã˛°ˆÏåÈñ ˆ¢y£Ïܲñ ˛õy!ܲhflÏyö#ˆÏòÓ˚ !ÓÓ˚&ˆÏk˛ Ó˚&ˆÏá òyí˛¸yÎ˚ ĈÏòˆÏ¢Ó˚ °«˛ °«˛ üyö%£Ï xyÓ˚
ï˛yˆÏòÓ˚˛˛õÌ ≤Ãò¢≈ܲ •° §üˆÏÓ˚ˆÏ¢Ó˚ üï˛ üyö%ˆÏ£ÏÓ˚yñ ÎyÓ˚y Ó%!k˛ç#!Ó öyˆÏü ˛õÓ˚Ó!ï≈˛Ü˛yˆÏ° ˛õ!Ó˚!ã˛ï˛ •ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ– ~ˆÏòÓ˚ ˆ°áy ≤ÃÓ¶˛ñ
ܲ!Óï˛yñ àyö §yôyÓ˚î˛ üyö%£ÏˆÏܲ ï˛yˆÏòÓ˚ x!ôܲyÓ˚ §¡õˆÏÜ≈˛ §ˆÏã˛ï˛ö ܲˆÏÓ˚ˆÏåÈ– !¢!áˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ xöƒyÎ˚ ~Ó˚ !ÓÓ˚&ˆÏk˛ °í˛¸ˆÏï˛– ~ˆÏòÓ˚
ˆ°áy•z §yôyÓ˚î üyö%£ÏˆÏܲ ӈϰˆÏåÈ x!ôܲyÓ˚– ˆÜ˛í˛z ~ü!ö ~ü!ö ˆòÎ˚ öy ï˛yˆÏܲ !åÈ!öˆÏÎ˚ !öˆÏï˛ •Î˚– ~üö ܲˆÏÓ˚•z ~ˆÏày!FåÈ°
fl∫yô#öï˛y §Ç@ˇÃyü– åÈ®yÓ˚ ˆ≤ÃÓ˚öy §üˆÏÓ˚¢ˆÏܲ xyˆÏÓ˚y ¢_´ •ˆÏÎ˚ ˛õy!ܲhflÏyˆÏöÓ˚ !ÓÓ˚&ˆÏk˛ °í˛¸ˆÏï˛ §y•y΃ ܲˆÏÓ˚ˆÏåÈ– åÈ®yñ §üˆÏÓ˚¢
fl∫≤¿ ˆòáï˛ ~ܲê˛y fl∫yô#ö ÓyÇ°yˆÏòˆÏ¢Ó˚– ˆÎ ˆòˆÏ¢ fl∫yô#öû˛yˆÏÓñ Óí˛¸ •ˆÏÓ x!°– ï˛yÓ˚ •yï˛ ÌyܲˆÏÓ àyì˛¸ §Ó%ç ~Ó˚ üyˆÏé˛ °y°
§)Î≈ Ó•ö ܲÓ˚y fl∫yô#ö ÓyÇ°yˆÏòˆÏ¢Ó˚ ˛õï˛yܲy– ˆ°áy åÈyí˛¸yÄ ü%!_´Î%ˆkÏ ˛Ó˚ §yˆÏÌ ≤Ãï˛ƒ«˛ û˛yˆÏÓ ç!í˛¸ï˛ !åÈ° §üˆÏÓ¢˚ – ü%!_´ˆÏÎyk˛yˆÏòÓ˚
§yˆÏÌ !öÎ˚!üï˛ ˆÎyàyˆÏÎyà !åÈ° ï˛yÓ˚– !ܲå%È !ܲå%È ÓyÇ°yˆÏò¢# ÎyÓ˚y ˛õy!ܲhflÏyˆÏöÓ˚ •ˆÏÎ˚ ܲyç ܲÓ˚ï˛ !ܲhsˇ% §Ó§üÎ˚•z ü%ˆÏáy¢ ˛õˆÏí˛¸
ÌyÜ˛ï˛ ü%!_´ˆÏÎyk˛yˆÏòÓ˚ ˆ§•z ü#Ó˚çyú˛ˆÏÓ˚Ó˚y çyöï˛ ~ ܲÌy
öˆÏû˛¡∫ˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ ˆ¢ˆÏ£Ï Î%k˛ ï˛áö ≤ÃyÎ˚ ˆ¢ˆÏ£ÏÓ˚ !òˆÏܲ– xyô%!öܲ xˆÏflf §!Iï˛ ˛õyܲÓy!•ö# !˛õå%È •ë˛ˆÏï˛ ÷Ó˚& ܲˆÏÓ˚ˆÏåÈ Óyäy°#Ó˚
Ó˚_´Î%ˆÏk˛– ˆÎ!òö !åÈ° 27 öˆÏû˛¡∫Ó˚ñ 1971– ܲï˛=ˆÏ°y ܲyˆÏ°y ü%ˆÏáy¢ ˛õÓ˚y ˆ°yܲ ~ˆÏ§!åÈ° x!°ˆÏòÓ˚ Óy!í˛¸ˆÏï˛– §üˆÏÓ˚¢ˆÏܲ
í˛yܲ° ï˛yÓ˚y xyÓ˚ Ó°° ü%!_´ ˆÎyk˛yˆÏòÓ˚ ~ܲê˛y ò°ˆÏܲ ì˛yܲy ˆÌˆÏܲ Ó˚Dzõ%Ó˚ ˆÎˆÏï˛ §y•yˆÏ΃ ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ ï˛yˆÏܲ §üˆÏÓ˚¢
ï˛yí˛¸yï˛y!í˛¸ ˆÓ˚!í˛ •ˆÏÎ˚ !ö°– åÈ®y x!°ˆÏܲ ˆÜ˛yˆÏ° !öˆÏÎ˚ òy!í˛¸ˆÏÎ˚ !åÈ° ˆ§!òˆÏöÓ˚ ˆ§•z ü‡ˆÏï≈˛Ä åÈ®y çyöï˛ öy ˆÎ §üˆÏÓ˚¢
xyÓ˚ !ú˛Ó˚ˆÏÓ öy– åÈ®yˆÏܲ §üˆÏÓ˚¢ ӈϰ!åÈ° ÈÙÙÈ Úfl∫yô#öï˛yÓ˚ ܲyˆÏåÈ Îy!FåÈ–Û §üˆÏÓ˚¢ ÎyÓyÓ˚ 4 !òö ˛õÓ˚Ä ï˛yÓ˚ ˆÜ˛yö áÓÓ˚
˛õyÄÎ˚y ˆà° öy– ~Ó˚•z üˆÏôƒ ˙ ˆ°yܲ=ˆÏ°y åÈ®yÓ˚ Óy!í˛¸ˆÏï˛ ~ˆÏ§!åÈ° ӈϰ!åÈ° §üˆÏÓ˚¢òy á%Ó x§%fli •ˆÏÎ˚ ˛õˆÏí˛¸ˆÏåÈ xy˛õ!ö
Î!ò ã˛yö ï˛ˆÏÓ xyüyˆÏòÓ˚ §ˆÏDñ ÄöyÓ˚ ܲyˆÏåÈ ˆÎˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ö– åÈ®y ï˛áö !ò¢y•yÓ˚y– üyÌy ܲyç ܲÓ˚!åÈ° öy ÄÓ˚ – ĈÏòÓ˚ §yˆÏÌ•z
åÈ®y ã˛ˆÏ° ˆà°– §üˆÏÓ˚¢ˆÏܲ ~ܲÓyÓ˚ ˆòáyÓ˚ çöƒ Ä §Ó ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚– åÈ®yÓ˚ û%˛° û˛yDˆÏï˛ ˆÓ!¢«˛î °yˆÏà !ö– ÄáyˆÏö
!àˆÏÎ˚•z Ó%é˛ˆÏï˛ ˆ˛õˆÏÓ˚!åÈ° §üˆÏÓ˚¢ xyÓ˚ ˆö•z– ÷ô% §üˆÏÓ˚¢•z öyñ §üˆÏÓ˚ˆÏ¢Ó˚ üˆÏï˛y xˆÏöˆÏܲ•z •ˆÏÎ˚!åÈ° ˙ Ó˚yˆÏï˛Ó˚ !¢Ü˛yÓ˚–
˛õy¢!Óܲï˛yÓ˚ !¢Ü˛yÓ˚ •ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ åÈ®yÓ˚ üï˛ ˆ§yöyÓ˚ ÓyÇ°yÓ˚ •yçyÓ˚ •yçyÓ˚ ˆüˆÏÎ˚– ĈÏòÓ˚ xydï˛ƒyˆÏàÓ˚ ˛õÌ ôˆÏÓ˚•z ~ˆÏ§!åÈ°
fl∫yô#öï˛y–
åÈÎ˚
16•z !í˛ˆÏ§¡∫Ó˚ ÓyÇ°yˆÏò¢ fl∫yô#ö •°– ü%!_´ ˆÎyk˛yÓ˚y åÈ®y §• 36 çö ˆüˆÏÎ˚ˆÏܲ í˛zk˛yÓ˚ ܲˆÏÓ˚ ~ ˛õyܲ áyÑ!ê˛ ˆÌˆÏܲ– åÈ®yÓ˚
Îáö K˛yö !ú˛Ó˚° ï˛áö ˆ§ !ܲå%È•z üˆÏö ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ˛õyÓ˚!åÈ° öy– xyˆÏhflÏ xyˆÏhflÏ §Ó !ܲå%È•z üˆÏö ˛õí˛¸ˆÏï˛ °yà° ÄÓ˚– §Ó !ܲå%È•z
•y!Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚ xyç Ä ˆ˛õˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ ...ÚÚfl∫y ...ô#...ö...ï˛yÛÛ
xˆÏöܲÓyÓ˚ xyd•ï˛ƒy ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ !àˆÏÎ˚Ä ˛õyˆÏÓ˚!ö åÈ®y– çß√ •° ˛õ!°Ó˚ñ ˛õyܲ Ó˚_´ ÎyÓ˚ !¢Ó˚yÎ˚ Ó•zˆÏåÈ–
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Óƒy°Ü˛!ö ˆÌˆÏܲ í˛zˆÏë˛ åÈ®y ~° ˆüˆÏÎ˚ˆÏòÓ˚ âˆÏÓ˚– â%ühsˇ ˆüˆÏÎ˚ ò%!ê˛ˆÏܲ ~ܲÓyÓ˚ ˆã˛yá ç%!í˛¸ˆÏÎ˚ ˆòˆÏá !ö° åÈ®yñ ˛õ!°Ó˚
üyÌyˆÏï˛ •yï˛ Ó˚yáˆÏï˛•z ˛õ!° ˆã˛yá á%ˆÏ° Ó°° â%üyÄ!ö ~áöÄ ⁄ ˛õ!°ˆÏܲ ç!í˛¸ˆÏÎ˚ ôˆÏÓ˚ åÈ®y •yí˛z•yí˛z ܲˆÏÓ˚ ˆÜÑ˛ˆÏò í˛z벰–
x!°Ó˚Ä â%)ü ˆû˛ˆÏä ˆà°– ˛˛õ!°ˆÏܲ §Ó ܲÌy á%ˆÏ° Ó°° åÈ®y– ˛õ!° xyç á%Ó ¢yhsˇ– ÓyhflψÏÓÓ˚ üy!ê˛ˆÏï˛ ˛õy !òˆÏÎ˚ òyÑ!í˛¸ˆÏÎ˚
xyˆÏåÈ xyç ˛õ!°– ˛x!°Ó˚ ˆã˛yá !òˆÏÎ˚ é˛Ó˚é˛Ó˚ ܲˆÏÓ˚ é˛Ó˚!åÈ°ñ •ƒyÑ ◊yÓˆÏöÓ˚ ôyÓ˚y– ˛õÓ˚!òö ˛õ°y¢ˆÏܲ §Ó!ܲå%È•z ӈϰ ˛õ!°ñ
˛õ°y¢ ÷ö°– ˛õ!° Ó%é˛ˆÏï˛ ˆ˛õˆÏÓ˚!åÈ° ÄÓ˚ xyÓ˚ ˛õ°y¢ ~Ó˚ §¡õÜ≈˛ê˛y ˆÜ˛yö ~ܲê˛y çyÎ˚ày ˆÌˆÏܲ xyˆÏhflÏ xyˆÏhflÏ ò%Ó≈° •ˆÏÎ˚
ÎyˆÏFåÈ– §¡õˆÏÜ≈˛Ó˚ ÓÑyôö !åȈÏí˛¸ ÎyˆÏFåÈ– Óy!í˛¸ ˆú˛Ó˚yÏÓ˚ ˛õÓ˚ åÈ®y ˛õ°yˆÏ¢Ó˚ Óy!í˛¸ˆÏï˛ ˆú˛yö ܲˆÏÓ˚!åÈ° ôˆÏÓ˚!åÈ° ˛õ°yˆÏ¢Ó˚ üyñ
ӈϰ!åÈ° ˛Úõ°y¢ Óy!í˛¸ˆÏï˛ ˆö•zÛ ˛õ°y¢ ~Ó˚ üy ~Ó˚ à°yê˛y ≤Ã!ï˛!òö ~Ó˚ ˆÌˆÏܲ ˛xy°yòy !åÈ° ˆ§!òöñ àΩ˛#Ó˚– xyÓ˚ ˆú˛yö
ܲˆÏÓ˚!ö ˛õ!°– ˛õ!° ˛õ!°Ó˚ í˛z_Ó˚ ˆ˛õˆÏÎ˚ !àˆÏÎ˚!åÈ°– Óy!í˛¸ˆÏï˛Ä xyçܲy° §ÓyÓ˚ ˆÏ̈Ïܲ xy°yòy •ˆÏÎ˚ ÌyˆÏܲ ˛õ!°– @ˇÃyˆÏüÓ˚
~ܲê˛y fl%҈ϰ !¢!«˛Ü˛yÓ˚ ã˛yÜ%˛!Ó˚Ó˚ çöƒ ˆã˛‹Ty ܲÓ˚!åÈ° Ä – !ܲå%È!òˆÏöÓ˚ üˆÏôƒ ˆ˛õˆÏÎ˚Ä !àˆÏÎ˚!åÈ°– åÈ®yñ ˛õ!° ˆÜ˛í˛zÈÙÙÈ•z ĈÏܲ
ˆÎˆÏï˛ !òˆÏï˛ ã˛yÎ˚!ö !ܲv ˆÜ˛ xyê˛Ü˛yˆÏÓ ÓyhflψÏÓÓ˚ üy!ê˛ˆÏï˛ ˛õy Ó˚yáy ~•z ˛õ!°ˆÏܲ xyç–
~ܲ üy§ ˛õÓ˚ ˛õ°y¢ ˆú˛yö ܲˆÏÓ˚!åÈ° ˛õ!°ˆÏܲ– §!Ó˚Ä ÓˆÏ°!åÈ°– ӈϰ!åÈ° ÚÚû˛yˆÏ°yÓy!§ ˆï˛yˆÏܲ xyçÄÛÛ– ˛õ!° ÷ô%
ˆÏ•ˆÏ§!åÈ°– ӈϰ!åÈ° È ÙÙÈ Úû˛yˆÏ°yÓy§yÓ˚ ÓÑyôöê˛y á%Ó•z ë%˛öˆÏܲy !åÈ° ˆÓ˚ñ !åÈÖˆÏí˛¸ ˆàˆÏåÈ– ~ÓyÓ˚ ~ܲê˛y û˛yˆÏ°y Óy§y á%Ñç!åÈ– ~ê˛y
ӈϰ•z ˆÓ˚ˆÏá !òˆÏÎ˚!åÈ°–
xyç ˛õ!° @ˇÃyˆÏüÓ˚ fl%҈ϰÓ˚ !¢!«˛Ü˛y– ˙ fl%҈ϰÓ˚•z ~ܲçö !¢«˛Ü˛ˆÏܲ !ÓˆÏÎ˚ ܲˆÏÓ˚ˆÏåÈñ ~ܲê˛y ˆüˆÏÎ˚Ä xyˆÏåÈ ÄÓ˚ öyü ÈÙÙÈ
Úü%!_´Û– x!° ì˛yܲy •zí˛z!öû˛!§≈!ê˛Ó˚ ≤ÈÏú˛§Ó˚– x!° ˛õ!° xyÓ˚ ü%!_´Ó˚ üyˆÏé˛ xyçÄ åÈ® á%ˆÏç ˆÏÓí˛¸yˆÏFåÈ– åÈ®y–

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Banta : Tumaheri sabse badi takat kya hai?


Santa : Meri Patni
Banta : Aur sabse badi kamzori ?
Santa : Dusre ki patni

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This story is a tribute to Vijay Salaskar, Encounter Specialist, Hemanta Karkare, Head,
ATS, Mumbai; Ashok Maruti Rao Kamte, Regiment and other martyrs who had sacri-
ficed their lives during Hotel Taj Operation ....
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ã˛ï%˛Ì≈ Ó£Ï≈ Sï˛Ìƒ˛ ≤ÃÎ%!_´!ÓòƒyV

ÈÙÙÈ ˆòá!° ˆï˛y ӈϰ!åÈ°yü öyñ 47†1 ~ í˛z!벧 öy– 6 ê˛yܲyÎ˚ ˛õy!ï˛ û)˛Óö ò¢≈ö– !ܲˆÏÓ˚ â%!üˆÏÎ˚ ˛õí˛¸!° öy!ܲ ⁄ Ä뉲 ¢y°y–
ÈÙÙÈ í˛ƒyÓy í˛ƒyÓy ˆã˛yˆÏá ã˛y!Ó˚!òܲ ˆôyÎ˚y§y ˆòˆÏá ˛õy!Ó˚çyï˛ – ӈϰ ÚˆÏܲyÌyÎ˚ ~° ˆÓ˚ ⁄
ÈÙÙÈ !ã˛Ç!í˛¸âyê˛y– ~áyö ˆÌˆÏܲ ˆ§yçy Ó˚y§!Ó•yÓ˚#ˆÏï˛ !àˆÏÎ˚ ˛õí˛¸ˆÏ° •Î˚ !Óöy ê˛∆y!ú˛ˆÏܲÊÊ Ä•z òƒyá ˆåȈϰê˛yˆÏܲ ... üy!à öy!ܲ ⁄
ÓyÓ˚ ÓyÓ˚ ܲˆÏÓ˚ ã%˛° •yï˛Ó˚yˆÏFåÈ–
ÈÙÙÈ ˆï˛yÓ˚•z Óy ~ï˛ curiousity ˆÜ˛ö ⁄
ÈÙÙÈ ~ ˛õy!Ó˚çyï˛ please ˆï˛yÓ˚ ~•z xyшÏï˛°˛õöy åÈyí˛‰¸ öy– Ó˚yà ܲÓ˚!°ñ cas cas
ˆï˛yÓ˚ ˆ§yçy§%!ç ò%ˆÏê˛y ˆüˆÏÎ˚ˆÏܲ òƒyቖ
È ÙÙÈ Ü˛yˆÏö é%˛üˆÏܲy xyˆÏåÈ ˆï˛y ⁄
ÈÙÙÈ xyˆÏÓ˚ üˆÏö •ˆÏFåÈñ ˆ§yöyày!åÈÓ˚ ˛õyÓ!°Ü˛
ÈÙÙÈ ˆâˆÏü ˆöˆÏÎ˚ ¢y°y ~ܲ •ˆÏÎ˚ ˆà°yü xyÓ˚ ˆï˛yÓ˚ ~•z nonsense =ˆÏ°y Ó¶˛ ܲÓ˚!Ó ⁄
ÈÙÙÈ ~áö ˆòá!åÈñ ˛õyÓ!°Ü˛ ܲˆÏ°ç ˆï˛yˆÏܲ !ë˛Ü˛•z Ó°‰ˆÏï˛y–
ÈÙÙÈ !ܲ ⁄ Sܲ˛õê˛ àyΩ˛#ˆÏÎ≈Ó˚ §ˆÏDV
ÈÙÙÈ ~ê˛y ˛õyÓ!°Ü˛ placeñ Ó°y ÎyˆÏFåÈ öy–
ÈÙÙÈ •y§ˆÏï˛ ÌyˆÏܲ ˛õy!Ó˚ S˛õy!Ó˚çyï˛ñ ï˛yÓ˚ Ó¶%˛Óà≈ ~•z öyˆÏü•z í˛yˆÏܲV
ÈÙÙÈ üˆÏö xyˆÏåÈ üyü%Ó˚ ˆòyܲyˆÏö !ܲ Ó˚ܲü ü)!à≈ •ˆÏÎ˚!åÈ!°§⁄ ܲ!ë˛ö §üˆÏÎ˚ Îáö !åÈ!°§ ï˛áö üˆÏö xyˆÏåÈ Wipro building
~Ó˚ §yüˆÏö §%!ã˛!fløï˛yñ ◊yÓî#ñ ˆòyˆÏÎ˚°Ó˚y ˆï˛yˆÏܲ ˆòˆÏáÄ ˆòˆÏá!ö–
~ܲê%˛ ˆçyˆÏÓ˚•z !öÉŸªy§ ˛õyí˛¸°– ˛õy!Ó˚ Ó°° ÚÚáy!Ó ˆÜ˛yÌyÎ˚ ˛õ)!Ü≈˛ ⁄ÛÛ
ÈÙÙÈ Monty
ÈÙÙÈ ˆÜ˛ö Ó˚*˛õü ˆáˆÏï˛ ÓˆÏ° öy!ܲ ⁄ •yÉ •yÉ
ˆáˆÏÎ˚ ~ˆÏ§ ˆòˆÏá Ó˚!ܲÓ˚ ˆ§ ~ܲ xÓfliy ... °Iy !öÓyÓ˚ˆÏÓ˚ fl∫ôyÎ≈ •ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ ~ܲ «˛#ö ܲ!ê˛ Óflf– !ܲv ï˛yˆÏï˛ !ܲ àyˆÏÎ˚
ã˛yòÓ˚ ì˛yܲy !òˆÏÎ˚ sms ܲˆÏÓ˚ ã˛ˆÏ°ˆÏåÈ ~ܲê˛yÓ˚˛õÓ˚ ~ܲê˛y–
ÈÙÙÈ sms öÎ˚ Ó%é˛!°ñ ĈÏܲ sos ˛õyë˛y– mutton ˆÓ˚y° ~ˆÏö!åÈ ã˛yDy–
ÈÙÙÈ ˆüˆÏÎ˚ê˛y ˛õˆÏê˛ ˆàˆÏ°y üˆÏö •ˆÏFåÈ ˆÓ˚ Ê
ÈÙÙÈ ˆÜ˛ ⁄ !ܲ Óƒy˛õyÓ˚⁄ ~ܲê%˛ ˆé˛ˆÏí˛¸ ܲy¢ öy–
ÈÙÙÈ xyˆÏÓ˚ ˙!w°y ... ¢y°y ÎyˆÏܲ ӈϰ é˛yE˛y§ ... ˛Óy˛õ customs ~ xyˆÏåÈ ~ܲüye ˆüˆÏÎ˚ Ó˚!ܲ˛Ó˚ ü%á ˆÎö 1000 ÄÎ˚yˆÏê˛Ó˚
ÓyÕ∫ÊÊ
ÈÙÙÈ ï˛y•ˆÏ° !Ó˚üy ⁄⁄
ÈÙÙÈ ˆÜ˛ !Ó˚üy ⁄ !Ó˚üy üˆÏö •Î˚ xöƒ!òˆÏܲ scheme ܲÓ˚ˆÏåÈ–
ÈÙÙÈ ï˛y ~ê˛y fixed ˆï˛y ÓyÓy ⁄ öy!ܲ ~ê˛yÄÊÊ
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ÈÙÙÈ xyÓyÓ˚ !ܲ ⁄ xy˛õyï˛ï˛ ܲy° Eliot Park
~ ˆï˛y xy§%ܲ–
xy¢y ܲÓ˚!åÈ co-operate
ܲÓ˚ˆÏÓ– Óy!ܲê˛y xy˛õˆÏ§•z ~ˆÏàyˆÏÓ ...
ÈÙÙÈ Shame on you, ManÊ ~ˆÏï˛yê˛y !ö°≈I ˆ•y§ öy please....

á%шÏç ˆòˆÏÓy ˆï˛y Ó°‰–


ÈÙÙÈ Ü˛ˆÏ°ˆÏç ˆày!˛õö#Ó˚y ˆï˛y ˆï˛yüyˆÏܲ !âˆÏÓ˚ ≤Ãò!«˛î ܲÓ˚ï˛– !ܲv ˆÜ˛yö ܲyˆÏç ~ˆÏ§ˆÏåÈ !ܲ ⁄
ÈÙÙÈ so⁄
ÈÙÙÈ ÓyÇ°y ܲÌy ˆ¢yö ÄÓ˚y öƒyÎ˚ ö#!ï˛Ó˚ ˆï˛yÎ˚yE˛y ܲˆÏÓ˚ öy– ÷ô% ˆòˆÏá ܲyÓ˚ !òˆÏܲ ˛õyÕ‘y û˛yÓ˚#– ˆï˛yˆÏܲ !òˆÏÎ˚ ÄÓ˚y ÷ô% !öˆÏçÓ˚
xyˆÏáÓ˚ê˛y =!åȈÎÏ ˆ˚ åÏ È–
ÈÙÙÈ ~ê˛y ˆï˛yÓ˚ üï˛ –
ÈÙÙÈ û˛y•z ~áˆÏöy §üÎ˚ xyˆÏåÈ ... xyˆÏÓù ˆÓ˚y°ê˛y ë˛yu˛y •ˆÏÎ˚ ÎyˆÏFåÈ .... •ƒyˆÏ°y ˆÜ˛ ⁄ !üey⁄ xyˆÏÓ˚ ˆï˛yüyÓ˚ ܲÌy•z û˛yÓ!åÈ°yü
... ï%˛!üÄ realy⁄⁄ .... I am missing you baby...
ÈÙÙÈ Îy•z ˆò!á ˛õ)!Ü≈˛ !ܲ ܲÓ˚ˆÏåÈ ⁄ ˛õy!Ó˚ Ó°°–
ÈÙÙÈ ˆú˛yöê˛y ˆÓ˚ˆÏá Ó°° ÈÙÙÈ xyÓ˚ ˆ¢yö ï%˛•z á%Ó Ó°!ï˛ öy xyüyÓ˚ power öy ˆòˆÏá ˆÎ xyüyˆÏܲ just person û˛yÓˆÏÓ
ˆ§•z ˆ•y° ... so called traditional lady. ˛õy!ï˛ ˆáyÓ˚yܲ– ˆÎ !üey xyüyÓ˚ Immediate boss ~Ó˚ í˛z˛õÓ˚ û˛Ó˚
!òˆÏÎ˚ xyüyˆÏܲ ˆã˛yá ˆòáyˆÏï˛y ñ ˆ§ ï˛yÓ˚ ӈϧÓ˚ Óò!°Ó˚ áÓÓ˚ ˆ˛õˆÏÎ˚ xyüyˆÏܲ ˆú˛yö ܲÓ˚ˆÏåÈ ... afterall power matters
ÈÙÙÈ Îy•z ܲy°ˆÏܲ xyÓyÓ˚ §Ü˛y° §Ü˛y° brief ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ–
Ó˚!ܲÓ˚ ˆáyÓ˚y!ܲ •y!§Ó˚ §!•ï˛ xyçˆÏܲÓ˚ ~•z ܲˆÏÌy˛õܲÌö §yÏD ••z°–
ÈÙÙÈ !ܲ Óƒy˛õyÓ˚ §Ü˛y° §Ü˛y° •y!çÓ˚ !üfiê˛yÓ˚ Ó˚yˆÏhflÏy!à⁄ í˛z!ö ˆÜ˛⁄ P.A. öy!ܲ⁄ Ó˚yˆÏhflÏy!àÓ˚ §¡ø!ï˛K˛y˛õܲ ü%á ˆòˆÏá ˆ§ Ó°°
ï˛y •ë˛yÍ ˛õÌ û)˛ˆÏ° ~!òˆÏܲ öy!ܲ⁄
ã˛y ܲ!ú˛ xí≈˛yÓ˚ ˆòÄÎ˚yÓ˚ ≤ÈÏÎ˚yçö üˆÏö •ˆÏ°y öy ˛õy!Ó˚çyˆÏï˛Ó˚–
ÈÙÙÈ Business ~Ó˚ ܲÌy Ó°ˆÏ°•z û˛yˆÏ°y ....Am I right? SˆÏã˛ˆÏ˛õ ܲÌyV
ÈÙÙÈ Ü˛Ìy ˆï˛y xy˛õ!ö Ó°ˆÏÓöñ !üfiê˛yÓ˚ Ó˚ˆÏhflÏy!à ⁄
ÈÙÙÈ xy˛õöyÓ˚ Porposal ~ xy!ü Ó˚y!ç– xyÓ˚ ˆ¢Î˚yÓ˚ê˛y 60ÈÙÙÈ40 ÌyܲˆÏÓ ~•z banking project ~
ÈÙÙÈ Îyܲ ˆÓyˆÏôyòÎ˚ •ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ– ï˛ˆÏÓ share ê˛y 70-30
ÈÙÙÈ O.K, O.K I’m sorry. }!£ï˛y matter ê˛y ˆòáˆÏÓ– Îáö Ó°ˆÏÓö deal •ˆÏÓ– ï˛ˆÏÓ ˛within 1 week •ˆÏ°
û˛yˆÏ°y–
Ú}!£Ïï˛yñ look after itÛ !öˆÏò≈¢ !òˆÏÎ˚•z ˆÓ!Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚ ˆàˆÏ°ö–
•ë˛yÍ Ó˚yˆÏhflÏy!àÓ˚ Ä•z radical change⁄⁄ whatever deal check ܲˆÏÓ˚ ï˛ˆÏÓ•z öy sign ܲÓ˚ˆÏÓy xyÓ˚
}!£Ïï˛yÓ˚ §y!ߨôƒ ˆÏܲyö ˛õ%Ó˚&ˆÏ£ÏÓ˚•z öy û˛yˆÏ°y °yˆÏà –
}!£Ïï˛yÓ˚ §ˆÏD xy°y˛õ üy§ ò%ˆÏÎ˚ܲ xyˆÏà ... ˆÓ¢ °yç%ܲ ˆ°ˆÏà!åȈϰy ... ˆÎ Ó˚*˛õ!ê˛ ˛õy!Ó˚ üˆÏö üˆÏö ܲ“öy ܲˆÏÓ˚ ~ˆÏ§ˆÏåÈ–
˛˛õ)!Ü≈˛Ó˚ §ˆÏDÄ ï˛yÓ˚ ˛õ!Ó˚ã˛Î˚ !åÈ° Friend circle ~Ó˚ through !òˆÏÎ˚– ï˛y•z çˆÏü í˛zˆÏë˛!åȈϰy Ó¶˛c– ï˛yˆÏòÓ˚ §¡õÜ≈˛
Ó˚yˆÏhflÏy!à ˆï˛y üˆÏö •Î˚ çyˆÏö öy– xhsˇï˛ ˛õy!Ó˚Ó ˆï˛y ï˛y•z üˆÏö •Î˚– Îy•z ˆ•yܲ xyç ܲ!ú˛ •yí˛zˆÏ§ ï˛yÓ˚ xy§yÓ˚ ܲÌy ˆüyˆÏê˛Ó˚
IJõÓ˚ ˛õy!Ó˚çyˆÏï˛Ó˚ üö xyç û˛yˆÏ°y–
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ò%˛õ%ˆÏÓ˚ ~ܲÓyÓ˚ !öˆÏçˆÏòÓ˚ 3 ܲyüÓ˚yÓ˚ úœ˛ƒyˆÏê˛ xyˆÏ§ ˆ§– Jeans öy Chinos öy Ó˚yú‰˛ ~u˛ ê˛yú˛ öy Ü%˛° °%ܲ !ܲ
ܲÓ˚ˆÏÓ Ó%é˛ˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ öy ˆ§ ... !öˆÏçÓ˚ !¢÷§%°û˛ xyã˛Ó˚î ˆòˆÏá !öˆÏçÓ˚•z •y!§˛ ˛õyÎ˚ ï˛yÓ˚–
ÈÙÙÈ ˛õ)!Ü≈˛ ˆÜ˛yÌyÎ˚ ˆà!° ˆÓ˚ ⁄
ÈÙÙÈ ã˛yòÓ˚ ï˛°yÎ˚ Ó˚!ܲ xyÓ˚ ˛õ)!Ü≈˛ ÷ˆÏÎ˚ xyˆÏåÈ– xy˛õ!_ܲÓ˚ xÓfliyÎ˚ xô≈öyÓ˚#fl∫Ó˚– âˆÏÓ˚ âˆÏÓ˚ ˆòyhflÏyöyÊ
ÈÙÙÈ ˆ•yˆÏüyÓ˚ ò°ñ ˆÓˆÏÓ˚y ¢y°y ...
ÈÙÙÈ ˆï˛yÓ˚ ≤Ãӈϰü !ܲ ˛õy!Ó˚ ... !çÄ !ܲå%ȈïÏ ˛y °yàˆÏåÈ... ‡É !ܲ Ó%é˛!Ó bachelor ˆòÓ˚ çµy°y ... ~ ˛õy!Ó˚ ~ܲê˛y !§àyˆÏÓê˚ ˛ ˆò öy–
˛õy!Ó˚Ó˚ ã˛M˛È° ò,!‹T ܲyˆÏÓ˚yÓ˚•z ˆã˛yá ~ˆÏí˛¸yÎ˚ öy ... á%!¢•z •Î˚ Îyܲ
!öˆÏçˆÏòÓ˚ òˆÏ° xyˆÏÓ˚y ~ܲ çö Óyí˛¸° ӈϰ–
ÈÙÙÈ wills ~Ó˚ ÓòˆÏ° classic... Hmm...
ˆÜ˛yö ܲÌy•z ˆÎö ˛õy!Ó˚Ó Ü˛yˆÏö ˆì˛yˆÏܲ öy–
}!£Ïï˛yÓ˚ ܲÌyÎ˚ xyç ˆ§ ÓyˆÏ§ ÎyˆÏFåÈ– ˆ§ ӈϰ ܲyˆÏ°y ܲyˆÏã˛Ó˚ !û˛ï˛ˆÏÓ˚ ˆÌˆÏܲ ~•z ˛õ,!ÌÓ#ˆÏܲ öy!ܲ ˆã˛öy ÎyÎ˚ öy– ˛õyˆÏ¢Ó˚
!§ˆÏê˛ ÓåÈÓ˚ 30ÈÙÙÈ32 ~Ó˚ Î%Óܲ §yüˆÏö !§ˆÏê˛ Ó§y ~ܲ Î%Óï˛#Ó˚ Ó«˛!Óû˛y!£Ïܲy ˆ°y°%˛õ ò,!‹TˆÏï˛ xyfl∫yòö ~ÓÇ ò)ˆÏÓ˚ òy!í˛¸ˆÏÎ˚
Ìyܲy ï˛yÓ˚ flf# ï˛yÓ˚ !òˆÏܲ ~ܲ ò)ˆÏÓ≈yôƒ ò,!‹TˆÏï˛ ˆòáˆÏåÈ– ï˛yÓ˚ ˆÜ˛yˆÏ° 2ÈÙÙÈ3 ÓåȈÏÓ˚Ó˚ ÓyFã˛y– ... Ü˛ï˛ !Ó!ã˛e °#°yÓ˚ §Ω˛yÓ˚ ~•z
˛õ,!ÌÓ#– û%˛° ӈϰ!ö }!£Ïï˛y–
ˆÓ¢ xˆÏö«˛î ܲ!ú˛ •yí˛zˆÏ§ ӈϧ xyˆÏåÈ ˛õy!Ó˚çyï˛ ˆ§ö– xÓ¢ƒ ã%˛˛õ ܲˆÏÓ˚ ˆö•z– ~!òܲ Ä!òܲ ˆã˛yá ˆï˛y â%Ó˚ˆÏåÈ•z–
!ӈϢ£Ï ܲˆÏÓ˚ !ö!£Ïk˛ ò,¢ƒ– ~•z •° ÓÎ˚§ Óyí˛¸yÓ˚ problem - scandal - scandal à¶˛ öy ÌyܲˆÏ° û˛yˆÏ°y °yˆÏà öy–
§yüˆÏö ~ܲçö ü!•°y •Ñƒy ü!•°y•z ˆï˛y ÓˆÏê˛ .... §üyˆÏö !§àyˆÏÓ˚ê˛ áyˆÏFåÈñ Ó ƒyu˛ê˛yÄ üˆÏö •ˆÏFåÈ ˛õy!Ó˚Ó˚ ˆÌˆÏܲ òy!ü– ...Ä•z
ò)ˆÏÓ˚ ~ܲ!ê˛ ˆüˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ àyˆÏÎ˚ xD%!° ã˛y°öy ã˛°ˆÏåÈ ï˛yÓ˚ ÓÎ˚ˆÏe´ˆÏu˛Ó˚ S~áöܲyÓ˚ û˛y£ÏyÎ˚ steady friendV üyˆÏé˛ üyˆÏé˛
ˆüˆÏÎ˚!ê˛Ó˚ ܲyåÈ ˆÌˆÏܲ x!öFåÈyÜ,˛ï˛ Óyôy xy§ˆÏåÈ ...
ÈÙÙÈ !ܲ ˆòáy •ˆÏFåÈ ⁄Ê §!Ó˚ ~ܲê%˛ ˆ°ê‰˛ •ˆÏÎ˚ ˆàˆÏ°y–
ÈÙÙÈ Happy Birthday
ÈÙÙÈ Ä •ƒy ... thanks ï%˛!ü !ܲ ܲˆÏÓ˚ çyöˆÏ° ⁄
ÈÙÙÈ x!û˛!çï˛ S˛õ)!Ü≈˛V ~Ó˚ arkut friendlist ~ ï%˛!ü xyˆÏåÈy öy ⁄
ÈÙÙÈ •ƒyñ By the way xyüyÓ˚ Ó¶%˛ §OˆÏÎ˚Ó˚Ä xyç çß√!òö– §Ü˛yˆÏ° xy!üñ üô% !üˆÏ° ç!üˆÏÎ˚ ü)!à≈ ܲÓ˚°yü
ÈÙÙÈ ï˛y !ܲ Gift !òˆÏ° ĈÏܲ⁄
ÈÙÙÈ §Ó §üÎ˚ Gift !òˆÏÎ˚ §Ó !ܲå%ÈÓ˚ !Óã˛yÓ˚ •Î˚ öy– ˆüˆÏÎ˚ˆÏòÓ˚ üö Ó%é˛ˆÏï˛ •Î˚–
ÈÙÙÈ xyFåÈy ... ÓƒyDydܲ •y!§ ~ˆÏ°Ä ˆÜ˛yö üˆÏï˛ §yüˆÏ° ˆöÎ˚ ˛õy!Ó˚çyï˛– ˛õyˆÏåÈ §D°yû˛ ˆÌˆÏܲ Ó!M˛Èï˛ •Î˚ ˆ§– ï˛yÓ˚˛õÓ˚
ӈϰ ÈÙÙÈ ~•z chocolate pack ê˛y xy!ü ï˛y•ˆÏ° Ó˚!ܲˆÏܲ•z ˆòˆÏÓyñ !ܲ ӈϰyÛ
ˆüyí˛ ˆã˛O ܲˆÏÓ˚ xyˆÏôy xyˆÏôy fl∫ˆÏÓ˚ }!£Ïï˛y ӈϰ ÈÙÙÈ Ú~ÓyÓ˚ !ܲv xy!ü ˆÓ˚ˆÏà Îy!FåÈ–
ÈÙÙÈ ã˛ˆÏ°y ˆï˛yüyˆÏܲ ~ܲê%˛ ~!àˆÏÎ˚ !ò–
ÈÙÙÈ ~•z ˆï˛y §ˆÏÓ ~°yü–
ÈÙÙÈ !ܲv xy!ü ˆï˛y xˆÏö«˛î ~ˆÏ§!åÈ–
§¶˛ƒy 7.45 üö ˆüçyçê˛y û˛yˆÏ°y °yàˆÏåÈ öy– ˆÜ˛ö ï˛yÄ Ó%é˛ˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ öy– ˆÓ¢ xˆÏöܲ!òö ˆ°áyˆÏ°!á Ó¶˛–
§D#ï˛ ã˛ã≈˛yÄ ï˛˜ÏÌÓã˛ !ܲ ܲ!Ó˚ È... !ܲ ܲ!Ó˚ .... û˛yÓˆÏï˛ û˛yÓˆÏï˛ ˆú˛yö ܲˆÏÓ˚ Ó§° ◊#!çï˛yˆÏܲ ... x!ú˛ˆÏ§Ó˚ colleague ܲyü
friend. ˆÜ˛ Ó°ˆÏÓ ~ܲê%˛ xyˆÏà•z ¢Ó˚#Ó˚ üƒyçüƒyç ܲÓ˚!åÈ° Ê ~ˆÏܲ•z ӈϰ vocal toinicÊÊ
˛õˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ !òö §Ü˛yˆÏ° á%Ó ã˛y˛õ ˆàˆÏ°y – !ܲå%È!òö ˛õÓ˚ HR ˆòÓ˚ !ü!ê˛Çñ ˆÜ˛y°Ü˛yï˛yÎ˚– ˆÜ˛y¡õyö# ˆÌˆÏܲ ÎyˆÏòÓ˚ˆÏܲ
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òy!Î˚c ˆòÄÎ˚y •ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ ï˛yÓ˚ üˆÏôƒ ˛õy!Ó˚çyï˛ xöƒï˛ü–
ÈÙÙÈ •ƒyˆÏ°yñ ˆÜ˛ Mr. Rastogi⁄ öyöy ú˛y•z°ê˛y ˆòáy •Î˚!ö xyüyÓ˚– ï˛yåÈyí˛¸y ~ܲê%˛ §üÎ˚ ˆï˛y °yàˆÏÓ•z–
!üfiê˛yÓ˚ Ó˚yˆÏhflÏy!à U. tech solution ~Ó˚ HR. ˛õ!ÿ˛ü °!ÓÓ˚– so, ~áyˆÏö ˛õyÄyê˛y ܲü ˛õyÄÎ˚y•z fl∫yû˛y!Óܲ–
!ܲv pure and subtle businessman. ~Ó˚ §ˆÏD §¡õÜ≈˛ ÌyܲˆÏ° ˛õˆÏÓ˚ Mumbai ˆï˛ ˆàˆÏ° §%!Óôy•z •ˆÏÓ– ï˛y•z
âƒyü ˆòáˆÏ°Ä §¡õÜ≈˛ !åÈߨ ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ã˛yÎ˚ öy ˆ§–
âˆÏÓ˚ !ú˛Ó˚ˆÏï˛ !ú˛Ó˚ˆÏï˛ Ó˚yï˛ 10 ê˛y •ˆÏÎ˚ ˆàˆÏåÈ xyç– ≤Ã̈Ïü ˆ•yˆÏê˛° ܲöˆÏÜœ˛ˆÏû˛ !àˆÏÎ˚ ï˛yˆÏòÓ˚ ܲï≈,˛õˆÏ«˛Ó˚ §ˆÏD ~ܲ
òú˛y xyˆÏ°yã˛öy– ï˛yÓ˚˛õÓ˚ í˛z˛õÓ˚ÄÎ˚y°yˆÏòÓ˚ report ˆòÄÎ˚y– ˆÓyé˛y ÎyˆÏFåÈ ~ܲê˛y mega-event xy§ß¨–
ÈÙÙÈ !ܲˆÏÓ˚ ˆáˆÏÎ˚ ~ˆÏ§!åȧ ÈÙÙÈ Ó°° Ó˚!ܲ–
ÈÙÙÈ öy–
ÈÙÙÈ Îy!Ó ˆï˛y ã˛ §ˆÏD– !üeyÄ dinner ܲÓ˚ˆÏÓ xyç xyüyˆÏòÓ˚ §ˆÏD Óy•zˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ ~Ü˛ê˛ ˆÓ˚‹T%ˆÏÓ˚rê˛–
ÈÙÙÈ !«˛ˆÏò ˆö•z– ˆï˛yÓ˚y Îy–
üyÌyÓ˚ !˛õåÈöê˛y !ê˛˛õ !ê˛˛õ ܲÓ˚ˆÏåÈ– }!£Ïï˛yÄ §yÓ˚y!òö xyç ˆú˛yö ܲˆÏÓ˚!ö– ˆüçyçê˛y û˛yˆÏ°y ˆö•z– headphone
ê˛y ܲyˆÏö °y!àˆÏÎ˚ ÓyÓ˚y®yÎ˚ ӈϧ §òy çy@ˇÃï˛ ¢•Ó˚ê˛yˆÏܲ ˆòáˆÏï˛ ÌyˆÏܲ ˆ§ ܲï˛!òö ˛õÓ˚ ˆ§ xyç ÓyÓ˚y®yÎ˚ ~ˆÏ§ xyÓ˚yüˆÏܲòyÓ˚yÎ˚
ӈϧˆÏåÈ ˆòáˆÏï˛ ˆòáˆÏï˛ ï˛wyû˛yÓ ~ˆÏ§ˆÏåÈ ~•z Ó˚ܲü §üÎ˚ ˆú˛yö–
ÈÙÙÈ ÓyÓy â%!üˆÏÎ˚ ˛õˆÏí˛¸!åȧ öy!ܲ ⁄ ˆáˆÏÎ˚!åȧ !ܲå%È⁄
ÈÙÙÈ •ƒy üy... !ܲå%È Ó°ˆÏÓ⁄
ÈÙÙÈ ~ü!ö ˆú˛yö ܲÓ˚°yü– Ó%ˆÏí˛¸y Ó%!í˛¸ !üˆÏ° xyÓ˚ xyÓ˚ Ü˛ï˛ Ü˛Ìy Ó°ˆÏÓy ⁄ TV ˆï˛ áÓÓ˚ åÈyí˛¸y xyÓ˚ !ܲå%È ˆòáyÄ •Î˚ öy–
ÈÙÙÈ ÓyÓy ˆÜ˛üö xyˆÏåÈ ⁄
ÈÙÙÈ xyˆÏà ˆÌˆÏܲ û˛yˆÏ°y– ˆï˛yˆÏܲ ~ܲê˛y ܲÌy Ó°yÓ˚ !åȈϰy– Ó˚yà ܲÓ˚!Ó öy ˆï˛y ⁄
ÈÙÙÈ ÓˆÏ°y öy ... í˛zú‰˛ú‰–
ÈÙÙÈ ˆÏ§Ô!üÓ˚ ÓyÓy ~ˆÏ§!åÈ° !ÓˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ ≤ÃhflÏyÓ !öˆÏÎ˚–
ÈÙÙÈ xyüyÓ˚ Ó¶%˛ üyñ Óƒy§– ˆ§ê˛y ܲyÜ%˛ˆÏܲ ӈϰ!ö– ï˛yåÈyí˛¸y ÄÓ˚ history ˆï˛y çyˆÏöy – ~ܲ ö¡∫Ó˚ ú˛y!牰 ˆüˆÏÎ˚–
ÈÙÙÈ ï%˛!ü §yô% öÄ ÓyÓy– ˆ¢yö‰ ÓyÓy ˆï˛yÓ˚y ~ܲ§ˆÏD Óí˛¸ •ˆÏÎ˚!åȧ... xyÓ˚ ĈÏܲ ˆï˛y ï%˛•z !ã˛!ö§ ˆåÈyê˛ ˆÌˆÏܲ– ~ܲ ö¡∫Ó˚ ò%‹T%–
ÈÙÙÈ Ä xyÓ˚ ÓyFã˛y ˆö•z üy– áy!° §¡õÜ≈˛ û˛yäˆÏÓ ~Ó˚ ÄÓ˚ §ˆÏD xyÓ˚ xyüyˆÏܲ ˆú˛yö ܲÓ˚ˆÏÓ–
Å•z ˛õyÓ˚ ˆÌˆÏܲ ˆÜ˛yö §yÓ˚y¢∑ ˆö•z–
ÈÙÙÈ ˛õˆÏÓ˚ ܲÌy Ó°Ó üy– ÄÓ˚ ÓyÓyˆÏܲ ӈϰy ˆåȈϰ û˛yˆÏ°y ܲˆÏÓ˚ settle ܲÓ˚&ܲ– ï˛yÓ˚˛õÓ˚ öy •Î˚ û˛yÓy ÎyˆÏÓ–
ܲˆÏ°ç °y•zˆÏú˛Ó˚ §ˆÏD §ˆÏD fl%Ò°ç#ÓˆÏöÓ˚ ê%˛Ü˛ˆÏÓ˚y ê%˛Ü˛ˆÏÓ˚y flø,!ï˛ˆÏï˛ ˆåȈÏÎ˚ xyˆÏ§ üö– ï˛áö ˛õy!Ó˚çyï˛ !åÈ° fl%҈ϰÓ˚
heart beat ï%˛ˆÏáyÓ˚ !åÈ° maths ~– §ƒyÓ˚ Óy•Óy !òˆÏï˛ö xyÓ˚ problem solve ܲ!Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚ !öˆÏï˛ö–
xyÓ˚ ˆ§Ô!ü !åÈ° ÓÎ˚ˆÏ§Ó˚ ï%˛°öyÎ˚ ~ܲê%˛ ˆÓ¢#•z åÈê‰˛ú˛ˆÏê‰˛– ˛õy!Ó˚Ó˚ àyˆÏÎ˚ ôyE˛y !òˆÏÎ˚ Ó§ï˛ xyÓ˚ ~Ó˚ ÄÓ˚ !òˆÏܲ é˛y!Ó˚
üyÓ˚ï˛– ò%!òö boy friend ˆòÓ˚ §ˆÏD ~!òܲ Ä!òܲ ú%˛ã˛Ü˛y !àˆÏ° 3 !òˆÏöÓ˚ !òö ˛õy!Ó˚Ó˚ ܲyˆÏåÈ ˆú˛yö xy§ï˛ ÈÙÙÈ ÚÓ%é˛!° Ä
!ܲ Ó˚ܲü ˆÎöñ §yÓ˚y«˛î àyˆÏÎ˚ •yï˛ !òˆÏï˛ ã˛yÎ˚ ... Óyôy !òˆÏ° ü%á =ü‰ ܲˆÏÓ˚ ӈϧ ÌyˆÏܲ ... !ܲ ˆÏ•yˆÏ°y ï%˛•z ã%˛˛õ ܲˆÏÓ˚ xy!åȧ
ˆÜ˛ö ⁄
ÈÙÙÈ !ܲ Ó°Ó ⁄ Ó°ˆÏ°Ä ˆï˛y ÷ö!Ó öy ⁄
ÈÙÙÈ ˆï˛yÓ˚ ܲyˆÏåÈ suggesstion ã˛y•zÓ û˛yÓ°yü ... xyÓ˚ ï%˛•z ... good night ò%ü ܲˆÏÓ˚ ˆú˛yö ˆÓ˚ˆÏá ˆòÎ˚ ˆ§–
xyˆÏÓ˚y Ü˛ï˛ !ܲ§‰§y•z öy xyˆÏåÈ– ˆ§=ˆÏ°y ˛õyë˛Ü˛ˆÏòÓ˚ çöƒ ˆï˛y°y Ìyܲ°– xy˛õyï˛ï˛ ˛õy!Ó˚Ó˚ á%Ó â%ü ˆ˛õˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ–
Ó˚yˆÏï˛Ó˚ ˛õÓ˚ ˛Ó˚yï˛ ~ܲ ~ܲy ÷ˆÏï˛ xyÓ˚ ܲy•yï˛Ü˛•z Óy û˛yˆÏ°y °yˆÏà– }!£Ïï˛yˆÏܲ Î!ò ˛õyˆÏ¢ ˆ˛õï˛– Îy•z ˆ•yܲ xy˛õyï˛ï˛
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˛õy¢Óy!°§•z §ÓˆÏã˛ˆÏÎ˚ !≤ÃÎ˚ Ó¶%˛ÊÊ
xyFåÈy }!£Ïï˛yˆÏܲ ˆ§ !ܲ û˛y°ÓyˆÏ§⁄ ˆÜ˛ çyˆÏö ⁄ öy!ܲ §Óy•z ˆüyê˛yü%!ê˛ engaged •ˆÏÎ˚ ÎyˆÏFåÈ ˆòˆÏá ˆ§ x!fliÓ˚
•ˆÏÎ˚ í˛zˆÏë˛ˆÏåÈ⁄ xyfliy }!£Ïï˛yÓ˚ ܲÌyÓyï≈˛y !ܲ ï˛yˆÏܲ ˆüy!•ï˛ ܲˆÏÓ˚ ˆú˛ˆÏ°ˆÏåÈ ⁄ ¢yÓ˚#!Ó˚ܲ àë˛öÄ xyܲ£Ï≈ܲ ... ~ê˛y ˆï˛y üyöˆÏï˛•z
•ˆÏÓ... Î!ò ˆ§ ~ܲÓyÓ˚Ä ˆåÈyÑÎ˚!ö ... ï˛ˆÏÓ !ܲ ˆ§ }!£Ïï˛yˆÏܲ ܲy° propose ܲÓ˚ˆÏÓ⁄⁄ xyFåÈy !ÓˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ ˛õÓ˚ ˆ§ !ܲ xöƒ
ܲyí˛zˆÏܲ Î!ò û˛yˆÏ°y °yˆÏà⁄ !ܲ ܲÓ˚ˆÏÓ ï˛áö⁄ ~ê˛y !ܲ ü%!_´ öy ÓyÑôö ÊÊ
}!£Ïï˛yˆÏܲ xyçˆÏܲ á%Ó §%®Ó˚ ˆòáˆÏï˛ °yàˆÏåÈñ ü%á ˆ°ˆÏà Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ ˆ§•z •y!§ñ ã%˛ˆÏ°Ó˚ x°Ü˛ ˆÎö ï˛yÓ˚ ܲÌy ÷öˆÏï˛ ã˛y•zˆÏåÈ öy
... öy xyç ê˛y•zˆÏüÓ˚ xyˆÏà•z x!ú˛ˆÏ§ ~ˆÏ§ˆÏåÈ–
ÈÙÙÈ !ê˛ or coffee⁄
ÈÙÙÈ Îy Ó°ˆÏÓö–
ÈÙÙÈ •ë˛yÍ ~ï˛ ú˛ü≈y!°!ê˛–
ÈÙÙÈ ˛õy!Ó˚çyï˛ ~ê˛y x!ú˛§ñ ˆÓ˚fiê%˛ˆÏÓ˚rê˛ öÎ˚ xyÓ˚ xy!ü ˆï˛yüyÓ˚ Üœ˛yˆÏÎ˚ˆÏrê˛Ó˚ P.A
ÈÙÙÈ ˆï˛yüyÓ˚ ≤Ã!ï˛ xyüyÓ˚ admiration xyç xyˆÏÓ˚y ˆÓˆÏí˛¸ ˆàˆÏ°y }!£Ïï˛yÓ˚ !fl¨?˛ •y!§ ˆÎö Ó˚*ˆÏ˛õÓ˚ ˛õÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ˛õÓ˚ˆÏï˛ åÈ!í˛¸ˆÏÎ˚
ÎyÎ˚–
ÈÙÙÈ ~ܲê˛y ܲÌy Ó°Óñ ˆï˛yüyÓ˚ Ä•z Ó§!ê˛ ˆÜ˛üö⁄ §%!ÓˆÏôÓ˚ ˆï˛y⁄
ÈÙÙÈ ˆï˛üyÓ˚ !ܲ üˆÏö •Î˚⁄
ÈÙÙÈ x!ï˛ ô%Ó˚¶˛Ó˚–
ÈÙÙÈ ˆ§ ˆï˛y businessman üye•z •Î˚– ï˛ˆÏÓ ˆ°yܲ!ê˛ §Iö–
ÈÙÙÈ Îyܲ ˆï˛yüyÓ˚ ܲÌyÎ˚ Ó° ˆ˛õ°yü– ˆò!á file ê˛y òyÄ ÓˆÏ°y ˆÜ˛yÌyÎ˚ sign ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ–
ÈÙÙÈ û˛y° ܲˆÏÓ˚ ˆòá%ö §üÎ˚ ܲˆÏÓ˚– xyÓ˚ business ~Ó˚ Óy•zˆÏÓ˚ ~ܲê˛y ܲÌy Ó°Ó Î!ò !ܲå% öy üˆÏö ܲˆÏÓ˚y–
ÈÙÙÈ !ܲ ⁄
ÈÙÙÈ Ó˚yˆÏhflÏy!àˆÏܲ ˛õyÓ˚ˆÏ° HR- meeting ~ guest !•§yˆÏÓ invite ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛•z ˛õyˆÏÓ˚y– ˆ°yܲê˛yÓ˚ ˛õ!ÿ˛ˆÏü ˆÓ¢ •yÑܲ í˛yܲ
xyˆÏåÈ– the rest is upon you
ÈÙÙÈ û˛yÓˆÏï˛ òyÄ ~ܲê%˛ – ï˛y ï%˛!ü Îáö Ó°åÈ ˆò!á !ܲ ܲÓ˚y ÎyÎ˚– ܲÌy !òˆÏï˛ ˛õyÓ˚!åÈ öy–
~ܲê%˛ ˛õˆÏÓ˚ ˆÓÎ˚yÓ˚yÓ˚ í˛yˆÏܲ ˛õy!Ó˚çyï˛ urgent meeting ~ ˆÓ!Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚ ˛õí˛¸°– ˆüˆÏ§ Îáö ì%˛Ü˛° ï˛áö ˆ§ !ÓôhflÏ–
ÈÙÙÈ ˛õ)!Ü≈˛ ˆÜ˛yÌyÎ˚ ˆà!° ˆÓ˚ ⁄
á%ÑçˆÏï˛ á%ÑçˆÏï˛ ˛õ)!Ü≈˛ˆÏܲ ˛õyÄÎ˚y ˆà° åÈyˆÏòÓ˚ ~ܲ ˆÜ˛yîyÎ˚– ܲyˆÏö ˆ§•z ˆüˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ ܲt˛fl∫Ó˚ üˆÏö •ˆÏ°y– ˆã˛öy fl∫Ó˚ !ܲ⁄
â%ˆÏÓ˚ ã˛ˆÏ° Îy!FåÈ° ï˛áö•z ˆ˛õåÈö ˆÌˆÏܲ xyÄÎ˚yç ÈÙÙÈ kya !üfiê˛yÓ˚ñ °í˛¸Ü˛# !ü° àÎ˚yñ ˆòyhflÏ û)˛° àÎ˚yÛ–
ÈÙÙÈ xyˆÏÓù •zÎ˚y!Ü≈˛ åÈyí˛¸‰ propose ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ !àˆÏÎ˚Ä ˆ˛õê˛ ˆÜ˛üö =í˛¸‰=í˛¸‰
ÈÙÙÈ Ä ˆï˛y already yes
ÈÙÙÈ Ü˛# ⁄⁄
ÈÙÙÈ xyˆÏÓ˚ ˆï˛yÓ˚ Îy •yÓû˛yÓ ñ ï˛y ˆòˆÏá•z Ó°°yü–
xyç !Óܲy° ˆÌˆÏܲ•z ˆüyê˛yü%!ê˛ §üÎ˚ !Ó§ç≈ö !òˆÏÎ˚•z ã˛ˆÏ°ˆÏåÈ– Îï˛ fl∫yû˛y!Óܲ •ˆÏï˛ ã˛yÎ˚ñ ï˛ï˛•z xfl∫yû˛y!Óܲ •ˆÏÎ˚
ÎyÎ˚ xyÓ˚ ï˛y ˆòˆÏá ÓyˆÏÓ˚ ÓyˆÏÓ˚ Ó˚!ܲÓ˚ skelton ê˛yÄ ˆ•ˆÏ§ ĈÏ벖
ܲ!Óï˛y í˛zͧà≈ ܲÓ˚Ó öy !ܲ just greetings card ˆòˆÏÓñ Ó˚yˆÏï˛ áyÓyˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ ˛õÓ˚ ܲyÓ˚ §ˆÏD Óƒy˛õyÓ˚ê˛y share
ܲÓ˚ˆÏÓ Ó%é˛ˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ öy ˆ§– ˆ§Ô!üˆÏܲ ˆú˛yö ܲÓ˚ˆÏ° ˆÜ˛üö •Î˚– ~ܲê˛yÓ˚ ˆüˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ mentality xyÓ˚ ~ܲê˛y ˆüˆÏÎ˚•z !òˆÏï˛
˛õyˆÏÓ˚– •ë˛yï˛•z ˆÜ˛üö ˆÎö ï˛ß√Î˚ •ˆÏÎ˚ ÎyÎ˚ ˛õy!Ó˚– ...
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ˆ§Ô!ü xyÓ˚ ˛õy!Ó˚çyï˛ˆÏܲ Ó°y ˆÎˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ x!Ó!FåÈߨ •*òÎ˚ Ó¶%˛ ~üö !ܲå% ˆö•z ˆÎ ï˛yÓ˚y share ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛y öy ...
yes ... ~üö !ܲå%È•z ˆö•z ÊÊ ˛õí˛¸yˆÏ¢yöyÎ˚ ˛õy!Ó˚çyï˛ ≤ÃÌü !òˆÏܲ ÌyܲˆÏ°Äñ ˆ§Ô!ü ~üö !ܲå%È xy•üy!Ó˚ !åÈ° öy ... ï˛yˆÏï˛ !ܲ
... ˆ§Ô!ü !åÈ° ˛õy!Ó˚Ó ~ܲ!ö¤˛ û˛_´ ... ~áöÄ ˛õy!Ó˚Ó üˆÏö xyˆÏåÈ prize distribution ceremony ˆï˛ ˆÎáyˆÏö ÷ô%
à!Ó≈ï˛ x!û˛û˛yÓܲˆÏòÓ˚ xyöyˆÏàyöy ˆ§áyˆÏö ≤ÃÌü §y!Ó˚ˆÏï˛ ˆÏ§Ô!üÓ˚ xyÜ%˛t˛ Ü˛í˛¸ï˛y!° xyÓ˚ ü%ˆÏá ≤ÃyîÓhsˇ •y!§ ... xy§ˆÏ° ÄÓ˚
ÓyÓyñ üy ~ܲê%˛ í˛zòyÓ˚üˆÏöÓ˚ ˆï˛y ï˛y•z genetic û˛yˆÏÓ•z ï˛yˆÏòÓ˚ §hsˇyˆÏöÓ˚ üˆÏôƒ•z ≤ÃÓy!•ï˛ •ˆÏFåÈ ~•z ˛õyà°y!ü=ˆÏ°yÊÊÊ
ˆ§Ô!ü ˆÎ ܲï˛ÓyÓ˚ ˛õy!Ó˚ˆÏܲ punishment ˆÌˆÏܲ ÓyÑ!ã˛ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ ï˛yÓ˚ •zÎ˚Äy ˆö•z ... üyÓ˚Ü%˛ˆÏê˛ˆÏòÓ˚ üˆÏôƒ ˛õy!Ó˚çyï˛
üôƒü!î !åÈ° !ܲöy– ï˛ˆÏÓ ~Ó˚ ÓòˆÏ° ˆ§Ô!ü !öˆÏçÓ˚ Ó˚yçƒ˛õyê˛ Óy!öˆÏÎ˚ xöƒˆÏòÓ˚ ܲyˆÏåÈ •Æy !öï˛ ... ܲáˆÏöy Big Babol Óy
xöƒ !ܲå%È– ~áˆÏöy üˆÏö xyˆÏåÈ Ü˛yÜ%˛Ó˚ ܲyˆÏåÈ àyRy áyÄÎ˚y– ~üö ܲï˛!òö ˆàˆÏåÈ ˛õy!Ó˚Ó˚ Óy!í˛¸ˆÏï˛ x!û˛Îyö ÷Ó˚& •ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ
Homework ˆ¢£Ï ܲÓ˚yÓ˚ çöƒ xyÓ˚ ~ˆÏ§ ˆÌˆÏüˆÏåÈ ... üyˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ ˆÜ˛yˆÏ° ÊÊ
ˆ§ê˛y Üœ˛y§ ~•zê˛– ï˛yÓ˚˛õÓ˚ ˆåȈϰ ˆüˆÏÎ˚ Óyí˛¸hsˇ •ˆÏ° Îy •Î˚ ... ˆü°yˆÏü¢yˆÏï˛ !ܲå%È parameter insert ܲÓ˚y ~•z
Îy ï˛yˆÏï˛Ä ï˛yˆÏòÓ˚ xy°yòy ܲˆÏÓ˚ ܲˆÏÓ˚ §yôƒ– üyˆÏé˛ üˆÏôƒ ï˛yˆÏòÓ˚ !û˛ï˛Ó˚ xyˆÏ°yã˛öy •ï˛ ï˛yˆÏòÓ˚ x˛õ!Ó˚îï˛ˆÏÓyô !öˆÏÎ˚ ...
!ÓˆÏK˛Ó˚ û˛yÓ ... x!û˛K˛ï˛yÓ˚ xû˛yÓ–
~Ó˚•z üˆÏôƒ •° ˆ§Ô!üÓ˚ ˆ≤Ãü– catalyst Óy medium Îy•z Ó°y ˆ•yܲ ˆ§ê˛y !åÈ° ˛õy!Ó˚çyï˛ ... ò%!òö ˆ§Ô!üÓ˚
˛õyÄy ˛õyÄÎ˚y ÎyÎ˚!ö– engaged ˆï˛y ï˛y•z– ~Ó˚ ˛õˆÏÓ˚ ˆÓ¢ !ܲå%È!òö ˆàˆÏ°y– orkut ~ ˆòˆÏá ˆ§Ô!ü ˆú˛Ó˚ single
!ܲå%È!òö committed display ܲÓ˚!åÈ°– á%!¢ •ˆÏÎ˚!åÈ° öy Ó˚yà •ˆÏÎ˚!åÈ° ï˛y ˆ§ ï˛áö Ó%é˛ˆÏï˛•z ˛õyˆÏÓ˚!ö–
xy§ˆÏ° Ä áyÓ˚y˛õ ÌyÜ%˛Ü˛ ˆ§ê˛yÄ ã˛yÎ˚!ö ÈÙÙÈ ã˛yÎ˚!ö ÄÓ˚ ~•z !öÓ≈¶˛Ó ç#Óö– ˆÜ˛ööy ï˛áö ˆÌˆÏܲ•z xyÓ˚Ω˛ •ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ
çˆÏÎ˚ˆÏrê˛Ó˚ ˆÓ˚£ÏyˆÏÓ˚!£Ï– so gradually friends circle ~Ó˚ radius ܲˆÏü xy§!åÈ°– ~•z âê˛öy actually ï˛yÓ˚ ܲyˆÏåÈ
¢yˆÏ˛õ ÓˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ üï˛•z !åÈ°–
!ê˛í˛z¢ˆÏö ˆüyöy!°§y ӈϰ ~ܲ!ê˛ ˆüˆÏÎ˚ˆÏܲ ˆÓ¢ üˆÏö ôˆÏÓ˚!åÈ°– Introduce ܲ!Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚!åÈ° ˆ§Ô!üÓ˚ ܲyˆÏåÈ– ~ܲ
鲰ܲ ˆòˆÏá•z xyí˛¸yˆÏ° Bips ~Ó˚ fiê˛y•zˆÏ° ӈϰ!åÈ° §ˆÏú˛ò ã%˛ˆÏí˛¸•z°– !Óû˛Í§ ~ܲê˛y Ó˚yà •ˆÏÎ˚!åÈ° ˆ§Ô!üÓ˚ í˛z˛õÓ˚ – ò%!òö
ôˆÏÓ˚ ò%çˆÏöÓ˚ üˆÏôƒ xyÓ˚ ܲÌyÓyï≈˛y •Î˚ !ö–
~ܲüyˆÏ§Ó˚ üyÌyÎ˚ ˛õy!Ó˚çyˆÏï˛Ó˚ !ÓÓ˚•# •ÄÎ˚yê˛y ≤ÃÌüê˛yÎ˚ ˆ§Ô!üÓ˚Ä !ÓŸªy§ •Î˚!ö– ˛õy!Ó˚çyˆÏï˛Ó˚ üï˛ ô#Ó˚ÈÙÙÈ!fliï˛!ô
ˆåȈϰÓ˚ ~•z xÓfliy ܲ“öyˆÏï˛Ä xyˆÏ§!ö ˆ§Ô!üÓ˚–
âˆÏÓ˚ ï˛áö ˛õy!Ó˚çyï˛ ~ܲy– °ƒy¡õê˛y ~ܲÓyÓ˚ çµy°yˆÏFåÈ xyÓyÓ˚ Ó¶˛ ܲÓ˚ˆÏåÈ– ≤ÃÌü ˆ≤Ãü û˛yäˆÏ° ˆÎüö •Î˚ xyÓ˚
!ܲÊÊ •ë˛yï˛•z Ó%é˛ˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ ï˛yÓ˚ !˛õåȈÏöÓ˚ ܲyˆÏÓ˚yÓ˚ í˛z˛õ!fli!ï˛– ü%á öy !ú˛!Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚•z Ó°° Úï˛áö ˆï˛yÓ˚ ܲÌy ÷öˆÏ°... Û üyé˛Ó˚yhflÏyÎ˚
ܲÌy Ìy!üˆÏÎ˚ ˆòÎ˚ ˆ§Ô!ü– ӈϰ Ú•zÌ!ö !§ Óyï‰˛ ˆÓy°ˆÏö ˆü •zï˛!ö ˆòÓ˚ °yày!ò ˛õy!Ó˚Û ˆÓyé˛y ˆë˛°y– ò)çöÛ ò%çˆÏöÓ˚ !òˆÏܲ
áy!öܲ ˆÓÓyܲ •ˆÏÎ˚ ï˛yܲyÎ˚ ï˛yÓ˚˛õÓ˚ ï˛yˆÏòÓ˚ òüú˛yê˛y •y!§ˆÏï˛ âˆÏÓ˚ !öhflÏÓk˛ï˛y ˆã˛Ô!ã˛Ó˚ •ˆÏÎ˚ ÎyÎ˚ ... âˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ ≤Ã!ï˛!ê˛ ˆÜ˛yˆÏö ˆÎö
~áˆÏöy ï˛yˆÏòÓ˚ •y!§ ≤Ã!ï˛ôù!öï˛ •ˆÏÎ˚ xyˆÏ§ ˛õy!Ó˚Ó˚ ܲyˆÏåÈ...
~Ó˚˛õÓ˚ ˆòáy •ˆÏÎ˚!åÈ° 3rd year ê˛∆Î˚ܲy ˛õyˆÏÜ≈˛ ... ˆÓ¢ üˆÏö xyˆÏåÈ ˆ§!òöê˛y !åȈϰy 15•z öˆÏû˛¡∫Ó˚– ... ÷ô% üˆÏö
xyˆÏåÈ Ü˛Ìy Îáö ˆ¢£Ï •ˆÏÎ˚!åȈϰy ï˛áö ï˛yÓ˚y Ó˚îÜœ˛yhsˇ– basically ï˛yÓ˚y ò)çˆÏö•z ĈÏܲ x˛õÓ˚ˆÏܲ ˆÓyé˛yˆÏï˛ ˆã˛ˆÏÎ˚!åÈ° ˆÎ
ï˛yÓ˚y adult •ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ Ü˛ÌyÎ˚ ܲÌyÎ˚ ˆÓ!Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚ ~° ˆÎ ˆ§Ô!ü §ü#Ó˚ öyüܲ ~ܲçö common friend ~Ó˚ §ˆÏD xyÓk˛ ...
better ˆ≤ÈÏü ˆú˛Ó˚ ˆ§ !Ók˛ •ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ–
ÈÙÙÈ Úçy!ö§ !Ó˚öy ӈϰ ~ܲê˛y public xyˆÏåÈ ÈÙÙÈ ï˛yˆÏܲ xyüyÓ˚ account ˆÌˆÏܲ x!çï˛˛ •zÎ˚y!Ü≈˛ ˆüˆÏÓ˚!åÈ° ... §y!Óe#ñ ӈϰ
!ܲ öy xyüyˆÏܲ block ܲˆÏÓ˚ ˆòˆÏÓ Ê ï%˛•z Ó° xy!ü ~ˆÏï˛yê˛y cheap⁄
ÈÙÙÈ ï%˛•z ˆÜ˛ ˆÓ˚⁄ Ìyü‰–
ÈÙÙÈ xyüyÓ˚ !Óòƒy xyüyÓ˚•z ÄõÓ˚ ≤ÈÏÎ˚yà– ˆï˛yˆÏòÓ˚ üï˛ öy!ܲ ˆ§!rê˛ˆÏüˆÏrê˛Ó˚ ˆ≤Ãü xyüyÓ˚ ˆ˛õy¢yÎ˚ öy–
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ÈÙÙÈ Ü˛ï˛ •y!ï˛ ˆàˆÏ°y ï˛°ñ ü¢y ӈϰ Ü˛ï˛ ç° ... •yÉ ˆ§Ô!üÓ˚ ˆÓ¢ Ó˚Æ Ü˛ˆÏÓ˚ˆÏåÈ ˛õy!Ó˚Ó !Óòƒy=ˆÏ°yˆÏܲ–
ÈÙÙÈ §¡õyòܲ •ÄÎ˚yÓ˚ problem ≤Ãã%˛Ó˚ ñ çy!ö§– òyòy •ˆÏï˛ xyÓ˚ ܲ•yï˛Ü˛ û˛yˆÏ°y °yˆÏà Ó°‰ï˛⁄ ~ܲçö ˆÓ¢ û˛yˆÏ°y
ˆ°ˆÏàˆÏåÈ ... but blunder •ˆÏÎ˚ ˆàˆÏåÈ ~ܲê˛y sms ~ proposal !òˆÏÎ˚ !mï˛#Î˚ sms ~ ˆï˛y !ú˛!Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚ !öˆÏÎ˚!åÈ– !¢ÓyD#
!Ó¢y° ¢yhsˇ ˛õyÓ!°Ü˛ çy!ö§–
ÈÙÙÈ !¢ÓyD#ˆÏܲ !ü̃y ܲÌyê˛y öy Ó°ˆÏ°•z ˛õyÓ˚!ï˛–
ÈÙÙÈ û˛yÓ°yü •Î˚ï˛ hurt •ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ– •Î˚ï˛ reply !òˆÏFåÈ öy ~Ó˚ çöƒ•z çy!ö§ ÄÓ˚ Óy!í˛¸ á%çшÏï˛ !àˆÏÎ˚ ˆÜ˛yö ~ܲ áÑyê˛yˆÏ° ì%˛ˆÏܲ
˛õyí˛¸!åÈ°yü – Óy!í˛¸ˆÏï˛ !ú˛ˆÏÓ˚!åÈ ~•z ˆì˛Ó˚– üyé˛Ó˚yhflÏyÎ˚ û˛yÓ!åÈ° xyÓ˚ •Î˚ï˛ Óy!í˛¸ ˆú˛Ó˚y •° öy ... ï%˛•z •y§!åȧ– ˛õy!Ó˚Ó˚
ã%˛˛õˆÏ§yˆÏöy ü%áê˛y ˆòáˆÏ° öy •y§ˆÏ°•z Óƒy˛õyÓ˚ê˛y xyfl∫yû˛y!Óܲ ˆ•yï˛–
ܲˆÏ°ç °y•zˆÏú˛ x!û˛K˛ï˛y ܲü •Î˚!ö ˛õy!Ó˚çyˆÏï˛Ó˚– !ܲå%È âê˛öy ~áˆÏöy flõ‹T˛ üˆÏö xyˆÏåÈ Îy ï˛yÓ˚ memory ˆÌˆÏܲ ~áˆÏöy
delete •Î˚!ö– ˆÎüö §O#ˆÏÓÓ˚ comment ÚxyüyÓ˚ üyˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ ˆÜ˛ï˛y ˆòˆÏá!åȧñ ~ܲê%˛ xyˆÏà•z ˆú˛yö ܲˆÏÓ˚!åÈ°ñ Ó°° !öí˛z
ˆ§° !öˆÏÎ˚!åÈñ öy¡∫yÓ˚ê˛y ˆ§û‰ ܲÓ˚– ˆ§û‰˛ ¢∑ê˛y üˆÏö •° ˆÓ¢ xˆÏöܲ ÓyÓ˚•z repeat ܲÓ˚°– xy§° ~•z ÓƒyDê˛y socio-
hyporcracy Ó˚ ú˛°– ˆÎáyˆÏö üyˆÏÎ˚ˆÏòÓ˚ ܲyç ï˛yˆÏòÓ˚ Óƒ!_´c•#ö !˛õï˛yˆÏòÓ˚ Óy§öy ˆüê˛yˆÏöy xyÓ˚ §hsˇyö í˛zͲõyòö– ~Ó˚
ˆÌˆÏܲ ÓyÓ˚Ó!îï˛y •ÄÎ˚y ˆì˛˛Ó˚ û˛yˆÏ°y !åÈ°– xhsˇï˛ !«˛!hflÏ áyÄÎ˚yÓ˚ ˆï˛y ~ܲê˛y xç%•yï˛ ÌyÜ˛ï˛–
xyˆÏÓ˚y ܲˆÏï˛y !ܲ âê˛öy•z öy âˆÏê˛ˆÏåÈ– ܲƒy¡õyˆÏ§ !ܲå%È !åÈ° ÎyÓ˚y Óƒ!_´ˆÏcÓ˚ ~ܲ xyÿ˛Î≈ üyöòu˛ Óy!öˆÏÎ˚!åÈ° xyÓ˚
ï˛yˆÏï˛ !˛õ‹T •ï˛ xyˆÏÓ˚ܲ ˛≤ÃܲyˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ åÈye– ~ü!öˆÏï˛ Ü˛ƒy¡õyˆÏ§ í˛zͧˆÏÓÓ˚ âöâê˛y ܲü !åÈ° öy ... ≤Ãy_´ö åÈyeÓ˚yÄ xy§ï˛ ...
!ܲv Óò°yˆÏöyÓ˚ ܲÌy xyˆÏ°yã˛öyÎ˚ ~ܲÓyÓ˚Ä í˛zë˛ï˛ !ܲ ⁄ ... áy!öܲ ü!òÓ˚yÎ˚ û˛y§üyö ˆÌˆÏܲ ≤Ãfliyö âê˛ï˛– may be •Î˚ï˛
xˆÏöܲçö Ó°ˆÏï˛ ã˛y•zï˛– !ܲv !Ó≤’Ó#Ó˚y ˛õ)Ó≈!öô≈y!Ó˚ï˛ üyöòˆÏu˛ ˛õyà°ÊÊ
˛õy!Ó˚çyï˛ ˆã˛‹Ty ܲˆÏÓ˚!åȈϰy ... !ܲv ò)û≈˛yàƒÓ¢ï˛ ï˛yÓ˚ Ó¶%˛Óà≈ üöö¢#° ~ÓÇ ~ܲ•z§yˆÏÌ §•ö¢#° !åȈϰy ... ï˛y•z
˛õy!Ó˚Ó˚ ˛õÌ ò)à≈ü ˆÌˆÏܲ ò)à≈üï˛Ó˚ •ˆÏÎ˚!åȈϰy– òÓ˚çyÓ˚ IJõyˆÏÓ˚ °¡∫y queue !òˆÏÎ˚ òy!í˛¸ˆÏÎ˚ ÌyÜ˛ï˛ Óyôyñ ≤Ã!ï˛!öÎ˚ï˛– but
ˆÜ˛yö‰ ~ܲ xyd≤Ãï˛ƒˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ çyò%ӈϰ ˛õy!Ó˚ ≤Ã!ï˛ÓyÓ˚ â%ˆÏÓ˚ òyí˛¸yï˛... ~áˆÏöy üˆÏö ˛õˆÏí˛¸ §ü#ܲñ ¢y!°ö#ñ çÎ˚hsˇˆÏòÓ˚ ˆÜ˛í˛z
§•˛õyë˛# ˆÜ˛í˛z Óy junior ... diary ˆÏï˛ ~ˆÏòÓ˚ ˆÓ¢ ày°û˛Ó˚y öyüÄ !òˆÏÎ˚!åÈ° ˆ§ ... silent Gun ÎyÓ˚y ~•z ò)à≈ü ˛õˆÏÌ
ÓyÓ˚ÇÓyÓ˚ ï˛yˆÏòÓ˚ •yï˛ Óy!í˛¸ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ xçyˆÏhsˇ–
ÈÙÙÈ •ƒyˆÏ°y ˆ§Ô!ü
ÈÙÙÈ ˆÜ˛ ⁄ fl∫Ó˚ê˛y ˆÓ¢ àΩ˛#Ó˚ñ ï˛y•z ˛õy!Ó˚Ó˚ ã˛üܲ fl∫yû˛y!ÓܲV
ÈÙÙÈ xyˆÏÓ˚ xy!ü ˛õy!Ó˚çyï˛ ˆÓ˚–
ÈÙÙÈ so ⁄
ÈÙÙÈ üyˆÏö ⁄
ÈÙÙÈ ˆ• ˆ• ... xyˆÏÓ˚ •zÎ˚y!Ü≈˛ ܲÓ˚!åÈ°yü...
ÈÙÙÈ ~ܲê˛y ... help ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ˛õyÓ˚!Ó ... if you please
ÈÙÙÈ •ë˛yÍ ~ï˛ formality ! ... Hmm Loverboy .... xyüyÓ˚ üï˛ üy!Œê˛ˆÏ≤Ãü öy!ܲ ⁄
È ÙÙÈ ˆú˛yö ܲ!Ó˚§!ö ˆÜ˛ö ~ï˛!òö ⁄ ÷ô% msd !ò§ ˆÜ˛ö ⁄
ÈÙÙÈ actually blnc ܲü !åÈ° ï˛y•z–
ÈÙÙÈ caz caz ... ˆÜ˛yÌyÄ ˆòáy ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ˛õyÓ˚!Ó ⁄
ÈÙÙÈ ˆï˛yÓ˚ üyÌy áyÓ˚y˛õ •ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ– ~ܲÓyÓ˚ §üÎ˚ê˛y ˆòá– ï˛yåÈyí˛¸y ~•z §ˆÏÓ office ˆÌˆÏܲ !ú˛Ó˚°yü–
ÈÙÙÈ xyˆÏÓ˚ proposal !òˆÏï˛ !àˆÏÎ˚ û%˛Ó˚& öyã˛ˆÏåÈ xyüyÓ˚ ...
ÈÙÙÈ ˆÓ¢# û˛yÓ!åȧ ˆÜ˛ö ⁄ ӈϰ ˆò Îy •ÄÎ˚yÓ˚ •ˆÏÓ– sms ܲˆÏÓ˚ ÎyÓ˚ öyü ˛õy!ë˛ˆÏÎ˚!åÈ!°§ ˆ§•z ˆï˛y öy!ܲ ⁄ Îy ~áö â%ˆÏüy–
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ÈÙÙÈ Ó°!åȧ ⁄
ÈÙÙÈ •Ñƒy yaar. neways xyüyÓ˚ â%ü ˛õyˆÏFåÈ Bye
ˆçyÓ˚ ܲˆÏÓ˚ öy share ܲÓ˚ˆÏ°•z •ˆÏï˛y– ˆ§Ô!üÓ˚ ~ ˆ•ö ˛õ!Ó˚Óï≈˛ˆÏöÓ˚ xyÿ˛Î≈ öÎ˚ ˆ§ – ˆã˛O ˆï˛y ï˛yÓ˚Ä •ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ– pass
out •ˆÏï˛ ï˛Ü˛ö üy§ ã˛yˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ Óy!ܲ– ¢yhsˇö%Ó˚ ~ܲê˛y message ˛õy!ë˛ˆÏÎ˚!åȈϰy ÈÙÙÈ free sms ÌyܲˆÏ° ˛õyë˛y§ñ ܲÌyê˛y ˆÎ
Ü˛ï˛ §!ï˛ƒ ï˛y ~áö x«˛ˆÏÓ˚ x«˛ˆÏÓ˚ ˆÓyé˛y ÎyÎ˚– §Ç§yˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ ã˛y˛õñ ÓÎ˚ˆÏ§y!ã˛ï˛ ã˛y!•òyÎ˚ ô#ˆÏÓ˚ ô#ˆÏÓ˚ Ó¶%˛ˆÏòÓ˚ §ˆÏD §¡õÜ≈˛ ≤ÃyÎ˚
xÓ°%Æ •ˆÏï˛ ã˛ˆÏ°ˆÏåÈ– ~ܲ company Óy ~ܲ çyÎ˚àyÎ˚ ÌyܲˆÏ° just hi, hello Óƒ§‰–
ÈÙÙÈ Do you love me, Rishitaa ⁄ ~ܲ !öÉfl∫yˆÏ§ xyܲt˛ í˛zÍܲt˛yÓ˚ §yˆÏÌ ÓˆÏ°•z ˆú˛°° ˛õy!Ó˚çyï˛– ˆã˛yá Îï˛ê˛y §Ω˛Ó
fl∫yû˛y!Óܲ Ó˚yáˆÏ°y–
âê˛öyê˛y ≤Ãï˛ƒy!¢ï˛ñ !ܲv xyã˛üܲy âê˛yˆÏï˛ }!£Ïï˛yÓ˚ ü%áê˛y °y° •ˆÏÎ˚ í˛zë˛ˆÏ°y– ~•z öyÓ˚#§%°û˛ û˛yÓû˛!D•z ˆï˛y üyï˛
ܲˆÏÓ˚ˆÏåÈ ˛õy!Ó˚ˆÏܲ– ˆ§áyˆÏö ˛õ%Ó˚&£Ï •ÄÎ˚yÓ˚ xyܲy«˛yÎ˚ ˆüˆÏÎ˚Ó˚y !öˆÏçˆÏòÓ˚ §cy xÓ°%!ÆÓ˚ ˛õˆÏÌ !öˆÏÎ˚ ÎyˆÏFåÈñ ˆ§áyˆÏö ... !ܲå%È
Ó°yÓ˚ xyˆÏà•z ˛õy!Ó˚ Ó°° ÈÙÙÈ take time, no hurry... but ~ܲê˛y ܲÌy Ó°Ó xyüyˆÏòÓ˚ üˆÏôƒ ˆÎ !ܲå%È xyˆÏåÈ ˆ§ê˛y üyˆÏöy
ˆï˛y ⁄
ÈÙÙÈ Obviously, I think I must consult with my parents.
ÈÙÙÈ ï˛y•ˆÏ° ܲˆÏÓ ˆï˛yüyÓ˚ Óy!í˛¸ˆÏï˛ ÎyˆÏÓy ӈϰy ⁄
ÈÙÙÈ ˛õy!Ó˚Ê ò%‹T%!ü û˛Ó˚y ˆã˛yˆÏá ˛õy!Ó˚Ó˚ !òˆÏܲ ï˛yܲyÎ˚ }!£Ïï˛y
ÈÙÙÈ o.k, o.k ã˛ˆÏ°y ˆï˛yüyˆÏܲ í»˛˛õ ܲˆÏÓ˚ !òˆÏÎ˚ xy!§–
ˆüˆÏ§ !àˆÏÎ˚ ˆòˆÏá Ó˚!ܲ Óy ˛õ)!Ü≈˛ ˆÜ˛í˛z•z ˆú˛ˆÏÓ˚!ö– û˛yÓ° ~•z ê˛y•zˆÏü òÓ˚ܲy!Ó˚ ܲyç =ˆÏ°y ˆ§ˆÏÓ˚ ˆöÄÎ˚y òÓ˚ܲyÓ˚–
ÈÙÙÈ •ƒyˆÏ°y Mr. Rastogi ?
ÈÙÙÈ yeah
ÈÙÙÈ It would be very nice of you if you attend tomorrows meeting, if you please...
ÈÙÙÈ will it be good to look ? but if you are insisting. I’ll try if time permits. Good Night.
!ӈϢ£Ï ܲˆÏÓ˚ Satyam ~Ó˚ Ä•z Óœyu˛yÓ˚ê˛yÓ˚ ˛õÓ˚–
§Ü˛y° 11.15– ˆ•yˆÏê˛° ܲöˆÏÜœ˛ˆÏû˛ ~áö ÓƒhflÏï˛y ï%˛ˆÏD– NASSCOM ~Ó˚ ï˛yÓí˛¸ ï˛yÓí˛¸ ܲï≈˛yÓ˚y ~ˆÏ§ˆÏåÈö
ï˛yˆÏòÓ˚ Ó_´Óƒ Ó˚yáˆÏï˛ ~ÓÇ û˛!ӣσˆÏï˛Ó˚ Ó˚*˛õˆÏÓ˚áy ≤Ãòyö ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ñ I.T ÓyçyˆÏÓ˚ !Ó!öˆÏÎ˚yà ˆÜ˛yö Ó˚yhflÏyÎ˚ ~ˆÏàyˆÏÓ ï˛yÓ˚ ~ܲê˛y
~•z meeting ˆÌˆÏܲ ˛õyÄÎ˚y ÎyˆÏÓ ÓˆÏ°•z ÄÎ˚y!ܲӕy° ü•ˆÏ°Ó˚ ôyÓ˚öy– ü%‡ ü%‡≈ úœ˛ƒy¢ ÓyˆÏÕ∫Ó˚ 鲰ܲy!öˆÏï˛ xyÓ˚
mediaperson ˆòÓ˚ ˆòÔí˛¸yˆÏòÔˆÏí˛¸ˆÏï˛ ˆÓyé˛y ÎyˆÏFåÈ Ü˛ï˛ ï˛yͲõÎ≈˛õ)î≈ ~•z ã˛yшÏòÓ˚ •yê˛–
˛õy!ê≈˛Ó˚ üˆÏôƒ ÎyÓï˛#Î˚ xyܲ£Ï≈ˆÏîÓ˚ ˆÜ˛w!Ó®%ˆÏï˛ }!£Ïï˛y•z ܲyˆÏ°y °ä‰flܲyê≈˛ ÈÙÙÈ ~ ï˛yÓ˚ ò%ƒ!ï˛ Ó˚ä ~ˆÏöˆÏåÈ ~•z
ü•yˆÏü°yÎ˚– ˆ˛õ¢yòy!Ó˚ˆÏcÓ˚ ü%ˆÏáy¢ á%ˆÏ° ˆú˛°yÓ˚ §%ˆÏÎyà ˆö•z ... xhsˇï˛ ~áö– ò)Ó˚ ˆÌˆÏܲ ˆòˆÏá•z !öˆÏçˆÏܲ «˛yhsˇ Ó˚yáˆÏï˛
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ÈÙÙÈ •ƒyˆÏ°y !üfiê˛yÓ˚ ˆàyˆÏÎ˚°ñ meet !ü‹TyÓ˚ Ó˚yˆÏhflÏy!àñ HR of U.Tech Solutions Excuse me. I’ve to
attend others
ÈÙÙÈ Sure
}!£Ïï˛yˆÏܲ !âˆÏÓ˚ ò)çö corporateÙÓ˚ û˛oï˛yÓ˚ xyí˛¸yˆÏ° ~ˆÏܲ x˛õÓ˚ˆÏܲ !Ók˛ ܲÓ˚y ò,!‹TˆÏã˛yá ~í˛¸yˆÏ°y öy ˛õy!Ó˚Ó˚– !öˆÏçˆÏܲ
ˆÓ¢ à!Ó≈ï˛ üˆÏö •!FåÈ° ï˛áö– û˛yÓ° meeting ˆ¢£Ï •ˆÏ° üyˆÏܲ ˆú˛yö ܲÓ˚ˆÏÓ ˆ§– !öˆÏçÓ˚ presentation ~ §Óy•z
ã˛üˆÏܲ !ò° ˆ§– xyd!ÓŸªyˆÏ§ û˛Ó˚˛õ)Ó˚ ï˛yÓ˚ body language. just imagine... ܲöú˛yˆÏÓ˚™ Ó˚*ü ˆÌˆÏܲ ˆÓˆÏÓ˚yˆÏöyÓ˚
ü%ˆÏá Úï˛yÓ˚Û §ˆÏD ˆòáy •ˆÏÎ˚ ˆàˆÏ°y–
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ÈÙÙÈ congrats ˆï˛yüyÓ˚ promotion xyê˛Ü˛yˆÏöy ܲ!ë˛ö •ˆÏÓ ÊÊ
ÈÙÙÈ Thanks have you had your launch⁄
ÈÙÙÈ No.
ÈÙÙÈ let’s go
ÈÙÙÈ ˆÜ˛yÌyÎ˚ ⁄
ÈÙÙÈ ã˛ˆÏ°y öy–
ÈÙÙÈ ~ܲê˛y ¢ˆÏï≈˛ ÎyˆÏÓy– !üfiê˛yÓ˚ é%˛öé%˛öÄÎ˚y°yÓ˚ §ˆÏD ˆòáy ܲÓ˚yˆÏÓ ÓˆÏ°y– IT industry ˆï˛ ÄöyÓ˚ üï˛ comeback
üƒyö á%Ó Ü˛ü•z xyˆÏåÈ–
ˆï˛yüyÓ˚ xˆÏöܲ reach xyˆÏåÈ ... please
Óyôƒü%áê˛y ˆòˆÏá öy Ó°ˆÏï˛ •zFåÈy ܲÓ˚° öy– üˆÏö üˆÏö û˛yÓ° Ú~áö kiss ܲÓ˚ˆÏ° !ܲ Ä !ܲå%È Ó°ï˛⁄ öy ˆÓyô•Î˚–Û
ÈÙÙÈ o.k but after luch. !öˆÏçˆÏܲ §yüˆÏ° ˆÜ˛yöüˆÏï˛ í˛z_Ó˚ ˆòÎ˚–
ÈÙÙÈ Excuse me Sir. Ó°yˆÏï˛ ˆ§•z û˛oˆÏ°yܲ!ê˛ â%Ó˚ˆÏ°öñ ï˛yÓ˚ ÓÎ˚§ üôƒ ˛õM˛Èy¢ñ ܲyã˛y˛õyܲy ã%˛°ñ ˆ§Ô!áö üyö%£Ï ˆÓyé˛y
ÎyÎ˚ xyÓ˚ ˆã˛•yÓ˚yÎ˚ ˆ§Ôüƒï˛yÓ˚ §ˆÏD ܲy!ë˛ˆÏöƒÓ˚ ~ܲ xq$ï˛ !üˆÏ¢°–
ÈÙÙÈ ‘Hello Young man ...’ you’ve really amazed me ... keep going.
ÈÙÙÈ }!£Ïï˛yˆÏܲ ˆò!áˆÏÎ˚ Ó°°ñ ‘this lady is your great fan ...
ÈÙÙÈ ï˛y ~áyˆÏö ˆÜ˛ö– ˆÜ˛yÌÄ Ó§ˆÏ° û˛yˆÏ°y •Î˚ öy– !•!®Ó˚ ê˛yö flõfiê˛– ~•z §üÎ˚ ˛˛õ)!Ü≈˛Ó˚ ˆú˛yö xy§ˆÏï˛ ˆ§áyö ˆÌˆÏܲ
ˆÓ!Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚ xy§ˆÏï˛ •ˆÏ°y– ˆÓ¢ !ܲå%È«˛î try ܲÓ˚ˆÏ°y but ˆÜ˛ˆÏê˛ ˆàˆÏ°y– ~!òܲ Ä!òܲ â%Ó˚ˆÏï˛ !ú˛Ó˚ˆÏï˛ 30 ÈÙÙÈ 40 !ü!öê˛
ˆ˛õ!Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚ ˆàˆÏ°y–
é%˛öé%˛öÄÎ˚y°yˆÏܲ á%ÑçˆÏï˛ ~ˆÏ§ ˆòˆÏá ˆÎ ï˛yÓ˚y ˆö•z– ~ܲ•z §ˆÏD }!£Ïï˛yˆÏܲ xyÓ˚ Ó˚yˆÏhflÏy!àˆÏÜ˛Ä §ˆÏ®• üˆÏö í˛zÑ!ܲ
!òˆÏï˛ ã˛y•zˆÏ°Ä ˛õy!Ó˚çyï˛ ï˛áö•z ˆ§ê˛yˆÏܲ ≤Ã◊Î˚ !òˆÏï˛ ã˛y•z!åÈ° öy–
ò%!òö x!ú˛ˆÏ§ ÎyÎ˚!ö ˛õy!Ó˚çyï˛– ò%!òˆÏöÓ˚ öy ܲyüyˆÏöy ü%áê˛yˆÏܲ ˆòáˆÏ° flõ‹T˛ xö%üyö ܲÓ˚y ÎyÎ˚ ï˛yÓ˚ üyö!§Ü˛
xÓfliyê˛y– ˛õ)!Ü≈˛ xyÓ˚ Ó˚!Ü˛Ä Ü˛Ìy Ó°ˆÏï˛ ˛§y•§ ˛õyˆÏFåÈ öy –
ÈÙÙÈ ˆÜ˛ö Ó!°§!ö ˆï˛yÓ˚ §ˆÏD }!£Ïï˛y regular contact Ó˚yáˆÏï˛y ⁄ Îï˛ê˛y §Ω˛Ó ¢yhsˇû˛yˆÏÓ Ü˛Ìy=ˆÏ°y Ó°° ˛õy!Ó˚–
ÈÙÙÈ xyˆÏÓ˚ Óí˛z!ò•z ˆï˛y ÓyÓ˚î ܲˆÏÓ˚!åȈϰy–
ÈÙÙÈ shut up x!û˛!çÍ– Ó¶%˛ˆÏcÓ˚ Óò°y û˛yˆÏ°y•z !ö!°–
È ÙÙÈ ï%˛•z !ܲv xyüyˆÏܲ underestimate ܲÓ˚!åȧ–
Óyà!Óï˛u˛yÎ˚ ˆ˛õÔåÈyˆÏöyÓ˚ xyˆÏà ˛õy!Ó˚ ˆÓ!Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚ ÎyÎ˚ flat ˆÌˆÏܲ– Houseslipper ê˛yÄ change ܲˆÏÓ˚!ö–
í˛zˆÏj¢ƒ•#ö û˛yˆÏÓ Ü˛ï˛«˛ö ôˆÏÓ˚ ˆ•ÑˆÏê˛ˆÏåÈ !öˆÏçÄ çyˆÏö öy–
ü!•£ÏÓyÌyˆÏöÓ˚ ܲyˆÏåÈ Ó˚yçyÓ˚•yê˛ ÎyÄÎ˚yÓ˚ xyˆÏà ~ܲê˛y overbridge ~ òy!í˛¸ˆÏÎ˚ xyˆÏåÈ ˛õy!Ó˚çyï˛– ˛õyˆÏ¢ ˛õyˆÏÎ˚Ó˚
ܲyˆÏåÈ °Iy!öÓyÓ˚ˆÏîÓ˚ ˛≤Ã!ï˛!öÎ˚ï˛ °í˛¸y•z ܲˆÏÓ˚ ã˛°y ~ܲçö Ó,k˛y– ˆÓ¢# ÓyˆÏç öy– §yˆÏí˛¸ xyê˛ê˛y– !ܲv Ó˚yhflÏyâyê˛ ˆÎö ï˛yÓ˚
•*òˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ ¢)öƒï˛yˆÏܲ ≤Ã!ï˛ú˛!°ï˛ ܲÓ˚ˆÏåÈ !öÓ˚Ó!FåÈߨû˛yˆÏÓ– ÷ˆÏÎ˚ Ìyܲy Ó,k˛yÓ˚ ˆÌˆÏÜ˛Ä !öˆÏçˆÏܲ ˆÎö xyˆÏÓ˚y !û˛!á!Ó˚ üˆÏö •Î˚–
ˆÓ¢ Ó%é˛ˆÏï˛ ˛õyÓ˚° ˆã˛yˆÏáÓ˚ ˛õyï˛y !û˛çˆÏåÈ– ¢ï˛ˆÏã˛‹Ty ܲˆÏÓ˚Ä Îy xyê˛Ü˛yˆÏöy ÎyˆÏFåÈ öy–
ï˛áö !Óܲy° 5 ê˛y •ë˛yÍ ˆú˛yö xyˆÏ§ ˆÎ U. Tech solutions ˛õy!Ó˚Ó˚ §ˆÏD assignment ê˛y Óy!ï˛°
ܲˆÏÓ˚ˆÏåÈ– ~ܲê%˛ ˛õˆÏÓ˚ â!ö¤˛ §)ˆÏe áÓÓ˚ xyˆÏ§ ˆÎ Ó˚yˆÏhflÏy!à é%˛öé%˛öÄÎ˚y°yÓ˚ ܲyåÈ ˆÌˆÏܲ ~ܲê˛y dream consignment
•y!ï˛ˆÏÎ˚ !öˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ ï˛y•ˆÏ° deal ~Ó˚ Óƒy˛õyÓ˚ ĈÏòÓ˚ ˆòÓ˚# ܲÓ˚y ˛õ!Ó˚ܲ“öyüy!ú˛Ü˛ !åȈϰy⁄ °«˛ƒ !åÈ° ~•z meeting ~
é%˛öé%˛öÄÎ˚y°yÓ˚ §ˆÏD ˛õ!Ó˚ã˛Î˚ •ÄÎ˚y– but }!£Ïï˛y ï˛yˆÏܲ ˆÜ˛üö ܲˆÏÓ˚ ˆôyÑܲy !òˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚⁄ !ܲ ܲˆÏÓ˚ ˆ§ !ÓŸªy§ ܲÓ˚ˆÏÓ⁄
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üö Ó°!åÈ° ~ܲÓyÓ˚ }!£Ïï˛yÓ˚ §ˆÏD ܲÌy Ó°‰– í˛zòºyˆÏhsˇÓ˚ üï˛ }!£Ïï˛yˆÏܲ á%Ñç!åÈ° ï˛yÓ˚ ò%ˆÏê˛y ˆã˛yá– üö Îáö
xӧߨ ≤ÃyÎ˚ ï˛áö ˆã˛yˆÏá ~° hang out ~ é%˛öé%˛öÄÎ˚y°yÓ˚ Ó«˛°@¿y }!£Ïï˛yˆÏܲ– ˆã˛yˆÏá ü%ˆáÏ ~ܲ xyÿ˛Î≈ xy!ï˛≈
!¢Ó˚y !åÑȈÏí˛¸ ˛õí˛¸!åÈ° ... ˆã˛yˆÏáÓ˚ û˛y£Ïy ô#ˆÏÓ˚ ô#ˆÏÓ˚ ò)ˆÏÓ≈yôƒ •ˆÏÎ˚ í˛zˆÏë˛!åȈϰy ...
÷ô% üˆÏö xyˆÏåÈ ï˛yˆÏòÓ˚ =!ê˛ Ü˛ˆÏÎ˚ܲ ܲˆÏÌy˛õܲÌö–
ÈÙÙÈ I know you love me ~ܲÓyÓ˚ ӈϰy Rishita ~ܲÓyÓ˚ ӈϰyñ You are joking... I’ll forget all...
please ~ܲÓyÓ˚ ӈϰy...
ÈÙÙÈ We are friends...
á!öܲy«˛ˆÏîÓ˚ çöƒ §Ó ˆÎö ˆÜ˛üö ï˛y°ˆÏày° ˛õy!ܲˆÏÎ˚ ˆà° ˛õy!Ó˚Ó˚– ˆÜ˛yˆÏöye´ˆÏü ˛õy Óy!í˛¸ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ ˛õy!Ó˚– ~•z §üÎ˚
}!£Ïï˛yˆÏܲ Ó°ˆÏï˛ ÷ö° ÈÙÙÈ You must be happy to that xyüyÓ˚ promotion •ˆÏFåÈ•z– isn’t it a good
news⁄
ô#ˆÏÓ˚ ô#ˆÏÓ˚ ܲáö ˆÎö ï˛yÓ˚ ˛õyò%ˆÏê˛y xçyˆÏhsˇ•z ã˛°ˆÏï˛ °yà°ñ ܲyˆÏåÈ•z ~ܲê˛y Bar ~ áy!öܲ Î!ò û)˛ˆÏ° Ìyܲy
ÎyÎ˚– ˆ§Ô!üñ ◊#!çï˛yñ ˆ§yüöyÌ ÈÙÙÈ Ü˛yˆÏÓ˚yÓ˚ §üÎ˚ ˆö•z ï˛yÓ˚ §ˆÏD share ܲÓ˚yÓ˚– ~ܲê˛y xq(ï˛ x!û˛üyˆÏö ò%•yˆÏï˛ ï˛yÓ˚
ü%áê˛y ˆì˛ˆÏܲ ˆú˛ˆÏ°–
!ï˛öÈÙÙÈã˛yÓ˚ˆÏê˛ ˆ˛õà‰ ˛õˆÏí˛¸ˆÏåÈ ˆ˛õˆÏê˛– ˆÓ¢ Ó%é˛ˆÏï˛ ˛õyÓ˚!åÈ° §ühflÏ x!û˛üyö í˛zàˆÏí˛¸ xy§ˆÏï˛ ã˛y•zˆÏåÈ– ˛õyˆÏåÈ ˆÜ˛í˛z
ˆòáˆÏï˛ ˛õyÎ˚ ï˛y•z üˆÏö •ˆÏ°y ~áö•z ~ˆÏàyˆÏöy û˛yˆÏ°y •ˆÏÓ– ~•z !òˆÏܲ ô#ˆÏÓ˚ ô#ˆÏÓ˚ ÓyÓ˚ àü‰ àü‰ ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ xyÓ˚Ω˛ •ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ Îy
ï˛yÓ˚ ~ܲòü•z û˛yˆÏ°y °yàˆÏåÈ öy–
üyˆÏé˛ áy!öܲ Óy•zˆÏÓ˚ ˆÓ!Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚!åÈ°– !û˛ï˛ˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ Ü,˛!eü •yÄÎ˚yê˛yÄ ˆÎö x§•ƒ °yˆÏà ï˛yÓ˚– 2ÈÙÙÈ3ˆê˛ ˆçyÓ˚yˆÏ°y
xyÄÎ˚yç •° ܲyˆÏåÈ !˛õˆÏ법z–
!ܲ çy!öñ ˆçˆÏöÄ Óy !ܲ •ˆÏÓ– ˛õ,!ÌÓ#Ó˚ §Ó áÓÓ˚•z !ܲ ï˛yˆÏܲ Ó˚yáˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ öy!ܲ⁄
ˆû˛ï˛ˆÏÓ˚ ~ˆÏ§ xyˆÏÓ˚ܲ ˆ˛õà‰ xí˛≈yÓ˚ !ò° ˛õy!Ó˚çyï˛ ... on the rocks. üyÌyê˛y ˆÓ¢ !é˛ü%!ö !òˆÏÎ˚ ~ˆÏ§ˆÏåÈ ï˛áö•z üˆÏö
•ˆÏ°y !˛õˆÏë˛ ˆÜ˛í˛z ˆê˛yܲy !ò° ÈÙÙÈ Úcan’t I share your table⁄Û
ÈÙÙÈ No need to say... õˆÏÓ˚ xÓ¢ƒ Ó°° ÚsorryÛ
ÈÙÙȈÏï˛yüyˆÏܲ xˆÏö«˛î ôˆÏÓ˚ ˆòá!åÈ°yü anything wrong ˛õy!Ó˚òy ⁄⁄ §yüˆÏö xyÓ˚ ˆÜ˛í˛z öÎ˚ ... !¢ÓyD#– Î!òÄ ~áöÄ
ê˛y°üê˛y° •Î˚!ö–
ÈÙÙÈ û˛yÓ° ÓܲˆÏÓ ... !ܲv ˆÜ˛üö ˆÎö ã%˛˛õ ܲˆÏÓ˚ ˆàˆÏ°y–
áy!öܲ«˛î ˛õÓ˚ T.V ˆÏï ~ˆÏܲÓ˚ ˛õÓ˚ ~ܲ news flash ˆ§QÓ˚ 5ÈÙÙÈ~ 20 !ü!öˆÏê˛Ó˚ üˆÏôƒ 6ÈÙÙÈ7 ê˛y !ÓˆÏfl≥˛yÓ˚î–
~ˆÏܲÓ˚ ˛õÓ˚ ~ܲ !Óû˛Í§ ò,¢ƒˆÏï˛ ˆÜÑ˛ˆÏ˛õ ĈÏë˛ •*òˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ û˛#ï˛ñ !¢í˛zˆÏÓ˚ ĈÏë˛ üö– ˆây°yˆÏê˛ ˆã˛yˆÏá ˆÓÓyܲ ˛õy!Ó˚ ˆòáˆÏï˛ ÌyˆÏܲ
~•z öyÓ˚ܲ#Î˚ ò,¢ƒ=!°–
~•z§Ó ò%Éá ˆòáˆÏ° !öˆÏçˆÏòÓ˚ ò%Éá !ܲå%È•z üˆÏö •Î˚ öyñ !ܲ Ó° ˛õy!Ó˚òy–
ÈÙÙÈ - you can say me ˛õy!Ó˚– ò%çˆÏöÓ˚ ˆã˛yáã%˛!áˆÏï˛ üˆÏö •° ܲˆÏ°ˆÏçÓ˚ à¶˛ê˛y ~áˆÏöy ÎyÎ˚!ö xyÓyÓ˚ ˆàˆÏåÈÄ–
ÈÙÙÈ ˆï˛yüyÓ˚ ܲyˆÏåÈ ày!í˛¸ xyˆÏåÈñ !¢ÓyD#⁄
ÈÙÙÈ •ë˛yÍ ˆÜ˛ö Ó°ˆÏåÈy ⁄
ÈÙÙÈ we should help the victims ã˛ˆÏ°y...
ÈÙÙÈ ã˛ˆÏ°y ˆï˛yüyˆÏܲ Óy!í˛¸ˆÏï˛ í»˛˛õ ܲˆÏÓ˚ !òˆÏÎ˚ xy!§ – §!ï˛ƒ ~áˆÏöy ˆã˛O •Ä!ö ˛õy!Ó˚ ... òyÛ ê˛y ˆÜ˛yöÄ e´ˆÏü mute ܲÓ˚°
!¢ÓyD#–
ÈÙÙÈ ˆÓ¢ xˆÏöܲ«˛î ôˆÏÓ˚ !öflõ°Ü˛û˛yˆÏÓ ï˛y!ܲˆÏÎ˚ ˆÌˆÏܲñ áy!öܲê˛y ܲyÑ˛õy Ó%ˆÏܲ !ܲå%Èê˛y xyd!ÓŸªy§yˆÏ§Ó˚ §ˆÏDñ x“ •ˆÏ°Ä
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ò#â≈Ÿªy§ !ü!¢ˆÏÎ˚ ˛õy!Ó˚çyï˛ Ó°° Ú~Ó˚ ˛õˆÏÓ˚ xyüyˆÏòÓ˚ !ܲ xyÓ˚ ˆòáy •ˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚⁄Û
ÓÎ˚ˆÏ§Ó˚ ã˛y!•òy xyÓ˚ !ܲå%Èê˛y Ó¶%˛ˆÏcÓ˚ çöƒ ˛õy!Ó˚çyï˛ ~áö !¢ÓyD#Ó˚ !¢Ó– §Ó xˆÏÌ≈ x!ÓŸªy§ ï˛yˆÏܲ ~áˆÏöy
•yï˛åÈy!ö ˆòÎ˚– üyˆÏé˛ üyˆÏé˛ ˆòˆÏáÄ öy ˆòáyÓ˚ û˛yö ܲˆÏÓ˚ ÌyˆÏܲ Îáö ˆ§ !¢ÓyD#ˆÏܲ ܲyˆÏåÈ ˆ˛õˆÏï˛ ã˛yÎ˚– ï˛ˆÏÓ ê˛yܲy xyÓ˚
sign ܲÓ˚yÓ˚ Óƒy˛õyˆÏÓ˚ ˆ§•z •yï˛åÈy!öˆÏܲ xӈϕ°y ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ öy... afterall power matters....
§¡õˆÏÜ≈˛Ó˚ üyöòu˛ ˆï˛y xyüyÓ˚y•z Óyöy•z !öˆÏçˆÏòÓ˚ fl∫yˆÏÌ≈– ~•zz «%˛o ç#ÓˆÏöÓ˚ ˛õ!Ó˚§ˆÏÓ˚ Îy Ó%ˆÏé˛!åÈ ~•z ò%•z çy!ï˛Ó˚
ò%•z ò,!‹Tû˛!D ~ܲ ˆü¢yˆÏ° üyöÓçy!ï˛Ó˚•z üD°– åÈy!˛õˆÏÎ˚ öÎ˚ !üˆÏ¢ åÈy!˛õˆÏÎ˚ ÎyÄÎ˚y öÎ˚ñ ~•z ≤Ã!ï˛m!®µï˛yˆÏܲ åÈy!˛õˆÏÎ˚ ˆàˆÏ°
xÌã˛ !öˆÏçÓ˚ fl∫ܲ#Î˚ï˛y ˆòáyˆÏ° ç#Óöê˛y xyÓ˚ í˛z˛õˆÏû˛yàƒ •ˆÏÎ˚ í˛zë˛ˆÏÓ– ~ܲçö ˜ç!Óܲ Ä üyö!§Ü˛ xy°yòy ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ ...
˛õ!Ó˚ˆÏ¢ˆÏ£Ï ...
Don’t hold back anything Give it all to your readers’ - Homing ò%˛õ%Ó˚ §yˆÏí˛¸ !ï˛öˆÏê˛ – 12 •z
!í˛ˆÏ§¡∫Ó˚ñ 2008– ˆ•yˆÏfiê˛° 03ÈÙÙÈ ~Ó˚ åÈyˆÏò ӈϧ xy!åÈ ~ܲy– ܲyM˛Èöܲöƒy ã˛y ÓyàyˆÏöÓ˚ Ó%ܲ !ã˛ˆÏÓ˚ å%ȈÏê˛ ã˛ˆÏ°ˆÏåÈ ˆÎö ~ܲ
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~ܲê˛y ÷ܲˆÏöy çÓ˚yç#ö≈ àyåÈ xyܲyˆÏ¢ ò%•yï˛ ï%˛ˆÏ° !ܲ ˆÎö ≤ÃyÌ≈öy ܲÓ˚ˆÏåÈ– üˆÏö •Î˚ ü,ï˛%ƒÜ˛yüöy– ~áö üyˆÏé˛ üyˆÏ鲕z ~áyˆÏö
xy!§ xyÓ˚ ã˛y!Ó˚!òܲ Îï˛ê˛y ˛õy!Ó˚ ˆã˛‹Ty ܲ!Ó˚ ~ܲyhsˇ û˛yˆÏÓ §ühflÏ •z!wÎ˚ !òˆÏÎ˚ xyfl∫yòö ܲÓ˚yÓ˚– üˆÏöÓ˚ ˆÜ˛yˆÏö ò%ü≈)°ƒ xyï˛ˆÏÓ˚Ó˚
üï˛ ~•z û˛yˆÏ°y°yày– ˆã˛yá Ó%é˛ˆÏ°•z xyˆÏÓ˚ܲê˛y ˆã˛yˆÏá ˆòáˆÏï˛ ˛õy•z !û˛í˛¸ ܲˆÏÓ˚ Ìyܲy ≤Ãã%˛Ó˚ ê%˛Ü˛ˆÏÓ˚y âê˛öy Îy ç%í˛¸ˆÏ°•z ~ܲ
!ÓÓ˚yê˛ x!û˛K˛ï˛y– xy§ˆÏ° !òö=ˆÏ°y Îï˛ •yˆÏï˛ ˆàyöy •ˆÏÎ˚ xy§ˆÏåÈñ ï˛ï˛ !¢!Ì° •z!wÎ˚=ˆÏ°y §çyà •ˆÏÎ˚ í˛zë˛ˆÏåÈ ... §üˆÏÎ˚Ó˚
~•z !ã˛Ó˚hsˇö ã˛e´yˆÏhsˇÓ˚ Ó!° ˆÎ xy!üÄ–
ܲˆÏ°ç ç#ÓˆÏö ˆ¢£Ï ÓyÓ˚ !°á!åÈñ ... öy ã˛y•zˆÏ°Ä ˆüˆÏö !öˆÏï˛•z •Î˚ ... ç#Óö •Î˚ï˛ ~•z Ó˚ܲü•z ... !ܲå%È ÓyhflÏÓñ !ܲå%È
üöö xyÓ˚ !ܲå%È Ü˛y“!öܲ ã˛!Ó˚e !öˆÏÎ˚ !°ˆÏá•z ˆú˛°°yü ~ܲê˛y à“–
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!ܲv à“ Ó‡°– ï˛y•z ˆÜ˛yö ~ܲ âê˛öyÓ˚ IJõÓ˚ !û˛!_ ܲˆÏÓ˚ ~•z §¡õˆÏÜ≈˛Ó˚ §üyôyö x§Ω˛Ó– ~ܲüye §üÎ˚•z ü)°ƒyÎ˚ö ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛
˛õyˆÏÓ˚ ~•z §¡∫¶˛ˆÏܲ ... ï˛y §yüy!çܲñ x§yüy!çܲñ §ÇK˛y•#ö Îy•z ˆ•yܲ öy ˆÜ˛ö–
~•z «%˛o ç#ÓˆÏöÓ˚ ˛õ!Ó˚§ˆÏÓ˚ xyüyÓ˚ í˛z˛õ°!∏˛ •ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ ÈÙÙÈ ~ܲ !¢«˛y ˆ˛õˆÏ°Ä ò%•z çy!ï˛Ó˚ ò%•z ò,!‹Tû˛!DÈÙÙÈ ~ܲçö
˜ç!Óܲ Ä üyö!§Ü˛ §_¥y xy°yòy ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ñ ~ܲçö !ü!¢ˆÏÎ˚ ˆú˛ˆÏ°– ï˛y•z !öˆÏçÓ˚ ˛§_¥yˆÏܲ xÓ°%!ÆÓ˚ ˛õˆÏÌ öy !öˆÏÎ˚
!àˆÏÎ˚ xÌã˛ ~ˆÏܲ x˛õˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ ò,!‹Tû˛!DˆÏܲ §¡øyö ܲÓ˚ˆÏ° ç#Óöê˛y xyÓ˚Ä í˛z˛õˆÏû˛yàƒ •ˆÏÎ˚ í˛zë˛ˆÏÓ–
◊k˛y§• ~•z à“ ï˛yˆÏòÓ˚ˆÏܲ•z í˛zͧà≈ ܲÓ˚°yü ÎyÓ˚y ôùǧ§yôö ܲÓ˚y ˆÌˆÏܲ !öü≈yˆÏî•z xyö®°yû˛ ܲˆÏÓ˚..

Wife looks in mirror and says “ I look horrible & ugly ! say something nice to me
sweetheast !
Husband “Ur eysaight is perfect”

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My First Date
Ritwick Prabhat
(3rd Year, I.T.)

It was Sunday morning. Never ever in my life, I had felt the sort of goosebumps I was
feeling then No exam thing can come near that. Not even with the exams where I have
completely unprepared and my friends terrified me by asking arduous question. I don’t
remember how many time I checked the clock I was having, what they call butterflies in
the stomach. Now, If you haven’t got it form all this, let me tell you, it was my ‘ First Date’.
Life was going very smooth before that. Going to classes, attending the boring lec-
tures, doing the practicals with apathy and fatigue, coming back to hostel and playing
cricket and finally chatting and ‘orkutting’ you call it boredom, I caused it ‘smooth’ But no,
life had chosen a roller coaster ride for one fine day, while usal ‘orkutting’ I found a friend
request from a girl named Snighdha. She was beautiful (I saw her album there). A little
out of the blue for me of getting a friend’s request from a good looking girl, but usual in
the ‘world” of orkut. I casually accepted the request. Little did I know that it will change
many things in near future we chatted about few common things that day she seemed
to be smart and confident. She was in the first year of a B.B.A course in Kolkata. Days
passed by and we chatted more often. The more I knew her, the more she showed her
interest in me. One day I gathered the courage to ask her phone number. She gave it,
with a little hesitation. We then started to talk on phone. She was just a friend as I told
everybody, but deep inside me, I knew I had started to like her. One day, She told me
that she was coming to Siliguri to see her uncle. I was overjoyed by the thought of
meeting her for the first time. She came, and for the first time in my life, I asked some-
body out. She agreed and said enthusiastically she also wanted to meet me. We de-
cided on Sunday, 5p.m. at Cafe Coffee Day. So, it was official now - “on Sunday, was
my first date”.
I was restless. “What am I going to do when I meet her ? what should I say ? All
these thoughts worked as a negative feedback for my already low confidence. My
roomie sensed my restlessness (It was quite apparent) But I convinced him, that it was
just the test on Monday. After a long wait, clock Showed 3, and i could not wait any
longer. It takes an hour to reach siliguri from my hostel, but waiting in the room looking at
the clock was killing me. I reached siliguri at 4.30 p.m. and then entered the cafe coffee
Day where the date was fixed I tell you, the CCD Owner is an excellent business. You
will understand my point if you look at the price column in the menu, but who looks that
on a date . It was almost 5 and I was expecting her anytime.
Then She came. She was wearing a beautiful orange suit and a sweet smile on her
beautiful face. I immediately recognized her as my heartbeat rose to almost a level that
I could hear it. I stood up as she came near me and said hi. I don’t know who inside me
spoke as I certainly wasn’t in a condition to speak. I asked about her journey and the
conversation began. The waiter, meanwhile gave us the menu. I gave him a bad look for
disturbing us. We ordered the samething, cold coffee. I don’t know why she ordered
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that, but I ordered it because I was sweating incessantly. The more we talked, the more
comfortable I became I enjoyed every moment of our talk. sometimes, when she pulled
her heir to back of her ear, which she quite regularly did with her shoulder length hair, I
could not stop myself from looking a little longer at her than I should, and realizing later,
that I was actually gazing at her “I should go now. its 6 pm, I will be late” she said. I hated
my clock for showing the correct time. We came out of CCD and she took a taxi back.
I looked until the taxi was out of my sight. it was then, when I realized that it was the
most beautiful evening of my life. I came back to the hostel and not able to resist my
excitement, I told my friends aobut it. They ‘celebrated’ more than me. I kept thinking of
her until I went to bed. Not to mention, I failed in the monday test. but still I had no
regrets.

(Please Note that all characters and incidences written above are ficitious and any
resemblance to living or dead is purely coincidental.)

Murgha : Murgha ki love story.


Murgha : I love U
Murghi : Tum Mere liya kia kar Sakte ho ?
Murgha : Kuch Bhi !
Murgha : Chal fir 1 anda de ke dikhao

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Sï,˛ï˛#Î˚ Ó£Ï≈ñ •z. !§. •z.V

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ˆÜ˛w ܲˆÏÓ˚ ç#Óö ÷Ó˚& •ÄÎ˚y ~ܲ ˆåȈϰÓ˚ âê˛öy xyüyˆÏòÓ˚ ˛õê˛û)˛!ü–
§OÎ˚ ÄÓ˚ˆÏú˛ öˆÏrê˛ xyç •!Ó˚oy˛õ%Ó˚ ~ˆÏ§ˆÏåÈ– ï˛y ≤ÃyÎ˚ ÓåÈÓ˚ ˛õÑ!ãˆÏ¢Ü˛ ˛õˆÏÓ˚– ≤ÃyÎ˚ û%˛ˆÏ°•z ˆàˆÏåÈ §Ó– ï˛ˆÏÓ flø,!ï˛Ó˚
xhsˇÓ˚yˆÏ° !ܲå%È !ܲå%È !ã˛Ü‰˛ !ã˛Ü‰˛ ܲˆÏÓ˚ í˛zˆÏ벖 í˛z_ˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ âˆÏÓ˚ §OÎ˚ ~ˆÏ§ í˛zˆÏë˛ˆÏåÈ– âÓ˚ê˛yÓ˚ §yˆÏÌ ÄÓ˚ ˛õ!Ó˚ã˛Î˚ Ó‡!òˆÏöÓ˚– xˆÏöܲ
˜¢¢ˆÏÓÓ˚ flø,!ï˛ xyˆÏ‹TÈÙÙÈ˛õ,ˆÏ¤˛ ˆÓшÏô xyˆÏåÈ– Óí˛¸òy xyÓ˚ Ä ~•z âˆÏÓ˚•z â%ˆÏüyˆÏï˛– ò!«˛ˆÏîÓ˚ !òˆÏܲ !ÓÓ˚yê˛ çyöy°y ˆáy°y ÌyÜ˛ï˛–
Ó˚yˆÏe !ӈϢ£Ïï˛ xÓyÓ§ƒy Óy Óyò°yÓ˚yˆÏï˛ Ä çyöy°yÓ˚ ˛õyˆÏ¢ â%ˆÏüyï˛ öy– !ܲv ˆçƒyÍfl¨y Ó˚yˆÏe Ä ˆ¢yˆÏÓ•z– çyöy°yÓ˚ ܲyˆÏë˛Ó˚
ˆú ˛ˆÏüÓ˚ í˛z˛õÓ˚Ä Ú§OÎ˚ Ä §%!üï˛Û !°ˆÏá!åÈ°– ~áöÄ ˆ§•z xflõ‹T !òö üˆÏö ˛õˆÏí˛¸–
°â% ˛õyˆÏÎ˚ §OÎ˚ ~!àˆÏÎ˚ ÎyÎ˚– ˆ§•z áyê˛ ~áˆÏöy Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ– ÷ô% üyˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ ˛õyï˛y !ÓåÈyöy ˆö•z– xflõ‹T ˆú ˛ˆÏü áÑ%!ê˛ˆÏÎ˚
˛õí˛¸ˆÏ° öyüò%ˆÏê˛y ˆã˛yˆÏá ˛õˆÏí˛¸– !ܲv Óí˛¸òy Ó‡!òö •° ˆö•z– xyçˆÏܲ xyÓ˚ ~•z áyˆÏê˛˛È ÈÙÙÈ çyöy°yÓ˚ ôyˆÏÓ˚ ˆ¢yÓyÓ˚ çöƒ ˆÜ˛í˛z
é˛àí˛¸y ܲÓ˚ˆÏÓ öy– ÄÓ˚ ˛õ)î≈ fl∫yô#öï˛y – ~•z fl∫yô#öï˛y xyç Ä í˛z˛õˆÏû˛yà ܲÓ˚ˆÏÓÊ
ÈÙÙÈ öˆÏrê˛ Ä öˆÏrê áy!Ó ˆï˛y ⁄
!ã˛hsˇy §)e !åÈߨ •°– üç%üòyÓ˚ ܲyܲy í˛yܲˆÏåÈö– ~áö ~Ó˚y•z ~•z !û˛ˆÏê˛Ó˚ ˆòáû˛y° ܲˆÏÓ˚– ò)Ó˚ §¡õˆÏÜ≈˛Ó˚ ܲyܲyñ !ܲv ÓƒÓ•yˆÏÓ˚
ˆÓyé˛yÓyÓ˚ í˛z˛õyÎ˚ ˆö•z–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ xy§!åÈ Ü˛yܲyñ áyÓyÓ˚ !òˆÏï˛ Ó°%ö–
Ó‡!òö ˛õˆÏÓ˚ ܲÑyë˛y° ܲyˆÏë˛Ó˚ !˛õÖ!í˛¸ Ä Ü˛y§yÓ˚ Ìy°yÎ˚ áyÓyÓ˚ xyˆÏÎ˚yçö ˆòá° §OÎ˚– Ä !˛õ!í˛¸ˆÏï˛ ÓˆÏ§ ˛õí˛¸°– üç%üòyÓ˚
ܲyܲy ~ܲày° ˆ•ˆÏ§ Ó°ˆÏ°öñ
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ Úï%˛!üÛ ˆï˛y ˛õ!ÿ˛ˆÏüÓ˚ öyüçyòy x!ú˛§yÓ˚ üyö%£Ï– !ܲ xyÓ˚ ˆáˆÏï˛ !ò•z Ó°Ê
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ !ܲ ˆÎ ӈϰö ܲyܲy–
È ÙÙÙÙÈ ï˛y ˆÓÔüy Ó˚yшÏô û˛y° ⁄ ~ܲÓyÓ˚ !öˆÏÎ˚ ~!° öy Ê xyÓ˚ !ܲ ˆòáy •ˆÏÓ Ê ˆï˛yÓ˚ ÓyÓy ˆÎ!òö ˆï˛yˆÏòÓ˚ !öˆÏÎ˚ ã˛ˆÏ° ˆà° ˆàyê˛y
Óy!í˛¸ê˛y áyÑ áyÑ •ˆÏÎ˚ ˛õˆÏí˛¸!åÈ° ˆÓ˚– xyç ܲˆÏÎ˚ܲÎ%à ˛õˆÏÓ˚ ~ˆÏ°ó ï˛yÄ xy!ü ç!ü §Çe´yhsˇ üyü°yÎ˚ ˆï˛yˆÏܲ ˛õe !ò°yü
ï˛ˆÏÓ•z⁄ xyÓ˚ !ܲ xy§!Ó ˆÓ˚ ÈÙÙÙÙÈ ˆï˛yÓ˚y ~áö Óí˛¸ˆÏ°yܲ Ê
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ ô%Ó˚ ܲyܲy !ܲ ÓyˆÏç ÓܲåÈ–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ öyˆÏÓ˚ ~ê˛y•z §!ï˛ƒ– ò%Û!òö ˛õÓ˚ ã˛ˆÏ° Îy!Ó §Ó ˆÓˆÏã˛ ÈÙÙÈ xyÓ˚ xy§!Ó öy– ˆÜ˛ö•z xy§!Ó xyÓ˚ ÈÙÙÈ !ܲ xyˆÏåÈ ~áyˆÏö ⁄
ò%˛õ%ˆÏÓ˚ ~ܲê%˛ à!í˛¸ˆÏÎ˚ !ö° §OÎ˚– !ÓˆÏܲˆÏ°Ó˚ !òˆÏܲ ~ܲê%˛ â%Ó˚ˆÏï˛ ˆÓÓ˚&°– ˛õ°y¢ˆÏòÓ˚ Óyí˛¸#Ó˚ !òˆÏܲ ~ˆÏày°– âˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ òyÄÎ˚yÎ˚
ӈϧ ‡ÑˆÏܲy ê˛yö!åÈ°– ˆ§•z ˛õ°%Ê ~ܲ§yˆÏÌ ôÓ˚°y öò#ˆÏï˛ ã˛yöñ üyåÈôÓ˚y ÈÙÙÈ !ü!_Ó˚ˆÏòÓ˚ ÓyàyˆÏö xyüã%˛!Ó˚ÈÙÙÙÙÈ §Ó•z ~ܲ
Ó˚*˛õܲÌyÓ˚ !ÓÓî≈ •z!ï˛•y§–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ !ܲ ˆÓ˚ ˛õ°% ˆÜ˛üö xy!åȧ ⁄
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ xyˆÏÓ˚ ˆÜ˛ Ê öȉÈÙÙÈöˆÏrê˛ ÈÙÙÈ Ü˛ˆÏÓ ~!° ⁄ ˆï˛yˆÏܲ ˆÎ xyÓ˚ ˆã˛öy•z ÎyÎ˚ öy– xyÎ˚ñ ˆÓy§ÈÙˆÓy§ §OÎ˚ ÓyÓ˚y®yÎ˚ ˛õyï˛y üyò%ˆÏÓ˚
ӈϧ – §OˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ !òˆÏܲ ‡ˆÏܲyê˛y ~!àˆÏÎ˚ ôˆÏÓ˚ ˛õ°% ӈϰñ
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ !ܲ ˆÓ˚ ï˛yüyܲ áy!Ó ⁄
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ öyñ xy!ü áy•z öy–
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ÈÙÙÙÙÈ öˆÏrê˛ ˆï˛yÓ˚ ˆ§•z!òö üˆÏö ˛õˆÏí˛¸ ⁄
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ ˆÜ˛yö!òö Ó°ï˛ ⁄
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ ˙ ˆÎñ ï%˛•z xyÓ˚ xy!ü ÓˆÏê˛ŸªˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ û˛yäy ü!®ˆÏÓ˚ !àˆÏÎ˚ ≤ÃÌü !§àyˆÏÓ˚ê˛ ô!Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚!åÈ°%üÊ
ĈÏÓ˚ ÓyÓyÊ ï˛yÓ˚˛õÓ˚ ˆ§!ܲ üyÌy ˆâyÓ˚y Ê ü%ˆÏá à¶˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ ÓˆÏ° ï%˛°§# ˛õyï˛y ˆá°yü ÈÙÙÈ ˆ§•z ≤ÃÌü ~ÓÇ ˆ¢£Ï–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ ï˛y ï%˛•z !ÓˆÏÎ˚ÈÙÙÈÌy ܲˆÏÓ˚!åȧ ˆï˛y ⁄
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ ˙ xyÓ˚ !ܲ ó xyÓ˚ ï%˛•z ⁄
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ !ï˛öˆÏê˛ ˆåȈϰ ÈÙÙ fl%҈ϰ ˛õˆÏí˛¸ §Ó ÈÙÙÈ ï˛y ï%˛•z !ܲ ˆÌˆÏܲ Îy!Ó ~áyˆÏö ⁄
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ öyˆÏÓ˚......
§OÎ˚ Óí˛¸ Ó˚yhflÏy ôˆÏÓ˚ ˆ•ÑˆÏê˛ ã˛ˆÏ°ˆÏåÈ– Ó˚yhflÏyÓ˚ ôyˆÏÓ˚ ôyˆÏÓ˚ xyܲ®ñ ïÑ˛%ï˛ xyÓ˚ ˆ¢Î˚y°Ü˛yê˛yÓ˚ ˆé˛y˛õ– Óy !òˆÏܲ ˆàˆÏ°•z
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˛õ°% ÓˆÏê˛ŸªÓ˚ ÌyˆÏöÓ˚ ܲÌy í˛zˆÏÕ‘á ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛•z §OˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ xyÓ˚ ~ܲ ܲÌy üˆÏö ˛õˆÏí˛¸!åÈ°– ôÓ˚°y öò#Ó˚ ôˆÏÓ˚•z ï˛yÓ˚ Óyí˛¸#–
Ó˚!Ó ˆçˆÏ°Ó˚ ˆüˆÏÎ˚ !¢í˛z!°– @ˇÃyˆÏüÓ˚ üˆÏôƒ ï˛áö ÄÓ˚ Ó˚*ˆÏ˛õÓ˚ áƒy!ï˛ !åÈ°– í˛zIµ° ¢ƒyüÓî≈– í˛yàÓ˚ í˛yàÓ˚ ò%!ê˛ ˆã˛yᖠܲ!ã˛
ôyˆÏöÓ˚ ¢#ˆÏ£ÏÓ˚ üˆÏï˛y ˆò• ÓÕ‘Ó˚#– öÓ Ó§hsˇ §üyàˆÏü ≤Ãfl≥%˛!ê˛ï˛ ˆÎÔÓö–
û˛y°ˆÏӈϧ!åÈ° §OÎ˚ ĈÏܲ– ï˛ˆÏÓ Ü˛ü ܲ‹T ܲˆÏÓ˚ ĈÏܲ Ó§ ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ •Î˚ !öÊ ÓˆÏê˛ŸªˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ ÌyˆÏö ¢˛õÌ @ˇÃ•î ÈÙÙÈ ˆÜ˛í˛z
ܲyí˛zˆÏܲ åÈyí˛¸y ÌyܲˆÏÓ öy– xy§ß¨ §¶˛ƒyÓ˚ xyˆÏ°y xyôy!Ó˚ˆÏï˛ ò%•z •*òˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ í˛z£èï˛y !Ó!öüÎ˚–
xyàï˛ ˆë˛ˆÏ° Ó˚!Ó ˆçˆÏ°Ó˚ Óy!í˛¸ ˆì˛yˆÏܲ §OÎ˚– Ó˚!Ó ˆçˆÏ° Ó‡!òö •° üyÓ˚y ˆàˆÏåÈ– !¢í˛z!°Ó˚ !ÓˆÏÎ˚ •ˆÏÎ˚!åÈ°–
!ܲv ܲˆÏÎ˚ܲÓåÈÓ˚ ˛õˆÏÓ˚•z ~ܲ ˆåȈϰÓ˚ •yï˛ ôˆÏÓ˚ !ÓôÓyÓ˚ ˆÓˆÏ§ ~áyˆÏö ˛õyܲy˛õy!ܲ Óy§ ܲÓ˚ˆÏåÈ– ï˛yÓÓ˚ @ˇÃyˆÏüÓ˚ üyÌy ˆâyÓ˚yˆÏöy
§%®Ó˚# !¢í˛z!° xyç .... ÓyÓyÓ˚ ˆåÈyê˛ ˆâí˛z çyˆÏ° ˆåÈyê˛ üyåÈ ôˆÏÓ˚ ܲˆÏ‹T §Ç§yÓ˚ ã˛y°yÎ˚–
§OÎ˚ Óyí˛¸#ê˛y ˆòá°– ˆû˛ˆÏä ˆàˆÏåÈ ~ܲ˛õy¢– ≤ÈÏÓ¢ ˛õˆÏÌÓ˚ ˆÓí˛¸yÎ˚ fl∫î≈°ï˛yÓ˚ xyFåÈyòö– ï˛Ó%Ä Óyí˛¸#Ó˚ ˛õ!Ó˚ˆÏÓ¢
˛õ!ÓFåÈß–¨ !öܲyˆÏöy– !¢í˛z°#Ó˚ §yüˆÏö òÑyí˛¸yˆÏöyÓ˚ §y•§ xyç ˆÜ˛ Î%!àˆÏÎ!˚ åÈ° ˆÜ˛ çyˆÏö– ï˛Ó%Ä !¢í˛z°#Ó˚ ü%áû˛yˆÏÓ x˛õƒyÎ˚ˆöÏ Ó˚
Ü,˛!eüï˛y !åÈ° öy ÈÙÙÙÙÈ ~ܲê%˛ !Ó£Ïߨ !åÈ° ˆÎö–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ üyñ •z!ö ˆÜ˛ ⁄
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ üyüy •Î˚– ≤Ãîyü ܲÓ˚–
§OÎ˚ öò#Ó˚ IJõyˆÏÓ˚ ã˛ˆÏ° ˆàˆÏåÈ– xyˆÏhflÏ xyˆÏhflÏ ˆåÈyê˛ •ˆÏÎ˚ xy§ˆÏåÈ ÄÓ˚ ≤Ã!ï˛Ü,˛!ï˛– ˆÓ°yˆÏ¢ˆÏ£ÏÓ˚ Ó˚_´ Ó˚yà xyˆÏ°y
öò#Ó˚ çˆÏ° Óî≈ ˛õ!Ó˚Óï≈˛ö ܲˆÏÓ˚ !òˆÏFåÈ– ˆöˆÏü xy§ˆÏåÈ xyÓ˚ ~ܲ §¶˛ƒy–
üyñ üyüy xyÓ˚ xy§ˆÏÓ öy ⁄
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ !ܲ çy!ö ÓyÓyñ üˆÏö •Î˚ öy–
ÓˆÏê˛ŸªˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ ÌyˆÏö ã˛y˛õ ã˛y˛õ §¶˛ƒy¶˛Ü˛yˆÏÓ˚ ò%!ê˛ •yï˛ ˆã˛ˆÏ˛õ ôˆÏÓ˚ !ã˛Ó˚hsˇö §ˆÏï˛ƒÓ˚ ˆ§•z ܲÌö !Ó°!¡∫ï˛ °ˆÏÎ˚ Óí˛¸
û˛y°ˆÏӈϧ ˆÜ˛í˛z ӈϰ!åÈ° ÈÙÙÈ ˆÜ˛í˛z fl∫≤¿ ˆòˆÏá!åÈ° ÈÙÙÈ ˆÜ˛í˛z ~ܲê%˛ !ö!ÿ˛hsˇ •ˆÏÎ˚!åÈ°– •!Ó˚oy˛õ%ˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ ˆ§•z ≤Ã!ï˛◊&!ï˛ ~ܲê%˛ñ üye
~ܲ!ê˛ÓyÓ˚ x◊&!§_´ •ˆÏÎ˚!åÈ°–

Santa : I want to marry you


Girl : But, I am a year older than you next year.

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˙áyˆÏö ï˛áˆÏöy !¢«˛yÓ˚ xyˆÏ°yÄ ˆ˛õÔåÈÎ˚ !ö– ë˛yÜ%˛üyÓ˚ xyòÓ˚ xyÓ˚ xyüyÓ˚ ܲÓ˚y §ühflÏ xyÓòyÓ˚ åÈyí˛¸yÄ ~áyˆÏö xyˆÏÓ˚ܲê˛y !Ó£ÏÎ˚
!åÈ° xyüyÓ˚ ܲyˆÏåÈ á%Ó•z xܲ£Ï≈ö#Î˚– ~ܲ •° !¢Óòy§ xyÓ˚ ò%•z ï˛yÓ˚ Ó°y û%˛ï˛ÈÙˆÏ≤ÈÏï˛Ó˚ à“– !¢Óòy§ ˆåȈϰ!ê˛Ó˚ ≤Ã!ï˛û˛y !åÈ°
Ó‡ü%á# ï˛y ˆ§ ˆá°yô%°yˆÏï˛•z ˆ•yܲ xÌÓy ˛õí˛¸y÷öyñ @ˇÃyˆÏü ˆÌˆÏÜ˛Ä ˆåȈϰ!ê˛Ó˚ üyôƒ!üܲ ~Ó˚ ö¡∫Ó˚ xyÿ˛Î≈çöܲ ÈÙÙÈ @ˇÃyˆÏüÓ˚
≤Ã!ï˛!ê˛ =Ó˚&çˆÏöÓ˚ öÎ˚öü!ö !åÈ° !¢Ó%– Îy•z ˆ•yܲ •ë˛yÍ•z ˆ¢yöy ˆà° ˆÎ ~•zÓyÓ˚ ܲy°#˛õ)çy í˛z˛õ°ˆÏ«˛ ˛õ)çyÓ˚ Ó˚yˆÏï˛ Ü˛°Ü˛yï˛y
ˆÌˆÏܲ Îyey xy§ˆÏåÈ– ï˛yñ !ë˛Ü˛ •ˆÏÎ˚ ˆà° ˆÎ Îyey ˆòáˆÏï˛ ÎyÓ xy!ü xyÓ˚ !¢Óòy§– Ó˚yï˛ ≤ÃyÎ˚ 2 ˆê˛y öyàyò û˛yä° Îyey–
– xyüyÓ§ƒyÓ˚ Ó˚yï˛ ˆÜ˛yˆÏöy üˆÏï˛ •yï˛ˆÏí˛¸ •yï˛ˆÏí˛¸ ˆ˛õÔˆÏåÈy°yü xyüÓ˚y xyüyˆÏòÓ˚ Óy!í˛¸Ó˚ §yüˆÏöÓ˚ ˆüyí˛¸ê˛yˆÏï˛ñ ï˛yÓ˚˛õÓ˚ ò%çˆÏö
ò%çˆÏöÓ˚ Ó˚yhflÏyˆÏï˛ ã˛ˆÏ° ˆà°yü– ¢#ï˛ !åÈ° û˛y°•zñ âˆÏÓ˚ ì%˛ˆÏܲ §ˆÏÓ ˆ°˛õê˛y ì˛yܲy !öˆÏï˛ ÎyˆÏÓy xü!ö ÷öˆÏï˛ ˆ˛õ°yü !¢Ó%Ó˚
§üÓƒhflÏ à°yÓ˚ í˛yܲñ ÚÚ!ÓˆÏÓܲ òyñ Ä !ÓˆÏÓܲòy òÓ˚çy ˆáyˆÏ°yÛÛ– ≤Ãã˛u˛ ÓƒyhflÏï˛yÓ˚ §yˆÏÌ òÓ˚çy á%ˆÏ° ˆò!á !¢Ó%Ó˚ ˆÏã˛yˆÏá ü%ˆÏá
û˛ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ åÈy˛õ xyÓ˚ ~•z ¢#ˆÏï˛Ó˚ üˆÏôƒÄ ï˛yÓ˚ ˛Ü˛˛õyˆÏ°Ó˚ !Ó®% !Ó®% âyˆÏüÓ˚ ˆúÑ˛yê˛y–
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ Ú!ܲ ˆÓ˚ !ܲ •ˆÏ°y ⁄Û
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ Úxy!ü xyÓ˚ üˆÏö •Î˚ ÓÑyã˛ˆÏÓy öy ˆày !ÓˆÏÓܲòyÛ
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ ÚôƒyÍñ !ܲ ˆÎ Ó!ܲ§ ⁄ !ܲ •ˆÏ°y Ó° xyˆÏàÛ ÈÙÙ
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ Úï%˛!ü ܲyí˛zˆÏܲ ˆÓy°öy !ÓˆÏÓܲòyñ !ܲv üyÓ˚y ÎyÄÎ˚yÓ˚ xyˆÏà xy!ü xï˛ƒhsˇ ~ܲçöˆÏܲ §Ó §!ï˛ƒ ܲÌy ӈϰ ˆÎˆÏï˛ ã˛y•z–
xy!ü çy!ö ˆ°yˆÏܲ ӈϰ xyüyÓ˚ !ÓôÓy üy í˛y•z!öñ ˆ§•z öy!ܲ xyüyÓ˚ ÓyÓyˆÏܲ ÚˆáˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈÛó ï˛ˆÏÓ xyç xy!ü âˆÏÓ˚ !ú˛ˆÏÓ˚ üyˆÏܲ
ˆÎ ü%!ï≈˛ˆÏï˛ ˆòˆÏá!åÈ ï˛y Ó°yÓ˚ öÎ˚ ˆàyñ âˆÏÓ˚ !ú˛ˆÏÓ˚ ˆò!á ~ï˛ Ó˚yˆÏï˛ üy ~ˆÏ°y ã%˛ˆÏ°ñ üyÌyÎ˚ û˛!ï≈˛ !§ò%Ó˚È üy ï%˛°§# üˆÏM˛ÈÓ˚ §yüˆÏö
≤Ãò#˛õ •yˆÏï˛ òÑy!í˛¸ˆÏÎ˚– xyüyˆÏܲ ˆòˆÏá x˛õ°Ü˛ öÎ˚ˆÏö ï˛y!ܲˆÏÎ˚ !ܲ §Ó !Óí˛¸ !Óí˛¸ ܲÓ˚!åÈ°ñ xy!ü û˛ˆÏÎ˚ ˛õy!°ˆÏÎ˚ ~ˆÏ§!åÈ–ÛÛ
ÈÙÙÙÙÈ !ܲ ˆÎ Ó!°§ñ §yˆÏÎ˚ˆÏ™Ó˚ ˆåȈϰ •ˆÏÎ˚ xyçÄ ~•z §Ó ܲÌy Ó!°§‰ ï%˛•z ⁄ ˆÓyô•Î˚ û˛Î˚ ˆ˛õˆÏÎ˚ ˆà!åȧñ •ï˛FåÈyí˛¸y ˆï˛yÓ˚ ˆ˛õê˛
àÓ˚ü •ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ Ó°°yü xï˛ ú%˛ã˛Ü˛y áy§ ˆöñ ˆö xyÓ˚ ÓˆÏܲ °yû˛ ˆö•z ~áyˆÏö•z ÷ˆÏÎ˚ ˛õí˛¸–
~•z âê˛öyÓ˚ !òö §yˆÏï˛Ü˛ ˛õÓ˚ xy!ü ܲ°Ü˛yï˛yÎ˚ ܲˆÏ°ˆÏç !ú˛ˆÏÓ˚ ~ˆÏ§!åÈñ •ë˛yÍ•z ~ܲ!òö âÓ˚ ˆÌˆÏܲ ˆÓyˆÏöÓ˚ ~ܲê˛y !ã˛!ë˛ ~°ÈÙÙÈ
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~ܲê˛y áyÓ˚y˛õ áÓÓ˚ xyˆÏåÈ– !¢Óòy§ üyÓ˚y ˆàˆÏåÈ ñ ÄÓ˚ ≤ÃyÎ˚ !òö òˆÏ¢Ü˛ ôˆÏÓ˚ e´üyàï˛ çµÓ˚ •ˆÏÎ˚!åÈ°ñ ˛õ%Ó˚&!°Î˚y ê˛yí˛zˆÏö !öˆÏÎ˚
ÎyÄÎ˚yÓ˚ ˛õÓ˚ í˛_´yÓ˚ ӈϰ!åÈ° ˆÎ Ó˚Ñy!ã˛ Óy ܲ°Ü˛yï˛yˆÏï˛ Óí˛¸ •y§˛õyï˛yˆÏ° !öˆÏÎ˚ ˆÎˆÏï˛ñ !ܲv ˆÓã˛yÓ˚yÓ˚ û˛yàƒ ˆòáñ ˛õˆÏÌ•z üyÓ˚y
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§yÓôyˆÏö Ìy!ܲ§ñ xyÓ˚ •ƒyó xy§yÓ˚ §üÎ˚ xyüyÓ˚ çöƒ ~ܲê˛y ˆö° ˛õy!°¢ xyö!Ó– üyÈÈÙÓyÓy û˛y° xyˆÏåÈ–
ÈÙÙÈ ˆÓyö!ê˛
âê˛öy!ê˛Ó˚ ˛õˆÏÓ˚ xy!ü xˆÏöܲ ˆû˛ˆÏÓ!åÈñ ï˛y•ˆÏ° !ܲ §!ï˛ƒ•z !¢Ó%Ó˚ !ÓôÓy üy í˛y•z!ö !åÈ° ⁄ !¢Ó%Ó˚ ÓyÓyÓ˚ üï˛ !ܲ !¢Ó%ˆÏܲÄ
üyÓ˚°⁄ öy !ܲ !¢Ó%Ó˚ ü,ï%˛ƒ ~ܲê˛y fl∫yû˛y!Óܲ ü,ï˛%ƒ ÈÙÙÙÙÈ ~ê˛y ˆÓyô •Î˚ xyüyÓ˚ ܲyˆÏåÈ ~üö ~ܲê˛y ≤ß¿ •ˆÏÎ˚ ÌyܲˆÏÓ ÎyÓ˚ •Î˚ˆÏï˛y
ˆÜ˛yö í˛z_Ó˚ á%ÑçˆÏ°Ä ˛õyÄÎ˚y ÎyˆÏÓ öy– xyÓ˚ ˛õyÄÎ˚y ˆàˆÏ°Ä !ÓŸªy§ ܲÓ˚y ÎyˆÏÓ öy–

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xï˛#ï˛Ü˛yˆÏ°Ó˚ ˆÜ˛yö ~ܲ §üˆÏÎ˚ üôƒû˛yÓ˚ˆÏï˛Ó˚ {£ÏÍ ˛õ!ÿ˛ü!òˆÏܲ ~ܲ ܲ§ÓyÓ˚ xÓfliyö !åÈ°– ˆ§•z fliyˆÏöÓ˚ ~ܲ
≤Ãï˛ƒhsˇ @ˇÃyˆÏü ~ܲ •ï˛û˛yày Óy§ ܲ!Ó˚ï˛– ï˛y•yÓ˚ ~Ó˚*˛õ öyüܲÓ˚ˆÏöÓ˚ ˛õÿ˛yˆÏï˛ ˆÜ˛yö ܲyÓ˚ö Óy ï˛Ìƒ ≤Ãüyö öy Ìy!ܲˆÏ°Ä
~ܲÌy xöfl∫#ܲyÎ≈ ˆÎ öyüòyï˛yàî í˛z_ü û˛!Ó£ÏƒÍ o‹Ty !åȈϰö– {ŸªÓ˚ ˆ§ •ï˛û˛yàyÓ˚ xöƒ §Ü˛° !òˆÏܲ í˛zòyÓ˚ •hflÏ Ìy!ܲˆÏ°Ä
§Ω˛Óï˛É ◊# Ä Óƒ!_´ˆÏcÓ˚ ≤Ã!ï˛ !ܲ!M˛ÈÍ Ü˛y˛õ≈îƒ Ü˛!Ó˚Î˚y!åȈϰö–
Îy•y•z •í˛zܲñ ~ܲ fl∫î≈°# ˆàyô)°#ˆÏÓ°yÎ˚ ˆ§ ç˜Ïöܲ fl∫î≈ܲyˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ !Ó˛õ!ö §Ç°@¿ §í˛¸Ü˛ ÓÓ˚yÓÓ˚ Îy•zÓyÓ˚ §üÎ˚ ï˛y•yÓ˚
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!ò!ô!ï˛ •Î˚ˆïÏ ˛y xyÓ˚Ä x!ôܲ ˆüy•üÎ˚ ܲ!Ó˚Îy˚ ï%˛!°Î˚y!åÈ° •#Ó˚ܲüy°ƒ áy!öˆÏܲ– •ï˛û˛yàyÓ˚ üy°ƒáy!ö û˛y°°y!à°– ˛õÓ˚«˛ˆÏö•z
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Santa : Mera kutta wafadar hai, roj akhbar uthakar leeta hai. Banta : wafadari kaise
wo padosi ka akhbar lota hai

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Soutik Betal (3rd year EE)

Swarga (2nd year ECE)


THE WAY TO GENESIS
Ashim Malgope
1st Year [IT]

The clone army is prepared to ke ep the universe safe. And there is a big meeting
among all of the members of republican committee. Anakin is being prepared to become
a Jedi. This is a plot of the movie series ‘Star Wars’. It may happen actually. But now-a-
days we are far far away from it. now we are just trying to understand the ‘plank time’
i.e. the constant (Gh/c^5)^(1/2) with dimension of time formed from Plank’s constant
‘h’, the gravitational constant ‘G’ & the speed of light ‘c’; approximately 10^ - 43 sec. It is
necessary to understand the plank time or the era of quantum gravity to know how our
universe is created. Current research finds that, sometime about 10 x 10^9 years ago
all the matter of the universe was packed into a super dense small agglomeration,
subsequently being hurled in all directions at enormous speeds by a cataclysmic
explosion.
From the 0th sec of the Universe to now-a-days we can divided the total time in
7 era. If we discuss these in details then it would be very large. So, these era is
represented in a graphical way. There are two popular theory about Big Bang a group of
scientists believe that the whole of the Universe is vacuum generated & the others
believe that Universe is created from quantum.
As the so called Big Bang was a massive 1

explosion so, there must be some remaining thermal 2

energy. But the energy of high frequency is now 3

become energy of very low frequency, It may be in 4

the range of microwave. Now calculated temperature Mixture of 5


Quarks
of background radiation (remaining thermal energy) Temp Leptons 6
Mixture of Hadrons &

(GeV)
is 2.7K. But from zeroth second. So, we have to go
Nucleic Synthesis
Quantum Gravity

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in another way. I.e. If we create the temperature equal
Era of Photon
Plank Time

Creation of

to the temperature of the Big Bang then it would be


Leptons

Celestial
objects

easy to find out. As at this temperature all of the four


fundamental forces acts together. But a few days ago Time
it seems to be impossible to create such a high temperature nearly equals to . 10^19
GeV. Where there is a will, there is a way & the LHC (Large Hadron Collider) project is
the result of our desire. This project is the largest project among all of the project &
experiment which were examined till today.
Housed in a 27 kilometer long tunnel, built 80 meters underground, the LHC is
designed to study the effect of collisions between very Small particles, specially to
collide protons & anti-protons together at very high speeds.
This 27 km long under grounded loop will accelerate the sub-atomic particles &
also the particles coming from opposite directions.

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After a few rotation the speed of the sub-atomic particles will be very close to
the speed of the light. This is expected to result ill microscopic explosions generating
Temperature 1,00,000 times hotter than sun. In this temperature it is expected that all
of the four forces will act together.
Here is a diagram explains that how the four forces get separated from each
other. Strong interaction
or colour
interaction

But key aim of this project is to find ‘Higgs Boson’ Weak X/Y
10^14GeV
interaction
which is theoretically held responsible for the mass of matter
that ultimately Made the universe possible Electro
magnetic
W/Z
10^2 GeV
10^19 GeV

force
Here is a short note about Higgs Boson; Scientists Gravitation
at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Fermilab in Batavia, Temperature

Illinois know it as the “Higgs boson.” Nobel Physics laureate


Leon Lederman calls it the “God Particle.” But what no one
knows yet is whether or not it is real. The Higgs boson, a
subatomic particle that could explain why matter has mass,
is still a theory. “It’s by no means an absolute that the Higgs
particle exists,” explains Robert Roser, a scientist at
Fermilab’s Tevatron Particle Accelerator, working to find the
Higgs boson.
_________________
φ(χ∧µ)=φ1+ιφ2
ψ(χ∧µ)=ψ1+ιψ2
The spontaneous symmetry-breaking mechanism used to generate non-zero
masses for the W & Z bosons in the eletro-weak theory. The Higgs mechanism
postulates the existence of two new complex rotate into each
other without changing the nature of the physics
χ∧µ =xyz&t & from a doublet (φ,ψ)

The massive experiment has created wide spread


excitement round the world. However, doomsday
predictions too have beendoing the rounds.
We have not yet seen a single coin with one side
nor heard of any policy without pros & corn. For & against
is an out dated principle. So, neglecting these claims we
should to notice what is going on around a 27 km tunnel underneath the Swiss-French
border & we have to wait for the results which is expected to reveal soon (Le. Nearly
about after 20 years).

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INDIA CONQUERES THE MOON
Payel Bandyopadhyay
1st Year [IT]

Is there anything immortal in this


world? YES, there is BEAUTY! "Beauty
lies is in the eyes of the be holder" -it gen-
erally differs from everyone's point of view.
But, moon's epitome of beauty is praised
by all to such an extent that its beauty is
even used for personification. So, from
the very beginning when man felt that
beauty in the sky, which had admirable
marvels and secrets in it, they tried to
conquer it and they did it in 1969."That's
one small step for man, one giant step
for mankind", said Neil Armstrong when
he stepped onto the moon. Entities which have reached the moon are the U.S., SOVIET
UNION, JAPAN and EUROPEAN SPACE AGENCY (17NATIONS). Ours become the
fifth member of the club.
The exciting story of the Indian Moon mission began in 1999 when Kasturirangan
convened a meeting with his colleagues and discussed about future projects. Atal Behari
Vyajpayee, former Prime Minister of India announced about the space craft to moon
during his address to the country on 15th August, 2003, He named it " CHANDRAYAAN"
which in Sanskrit means chariot to the moon.
The goal of this mission was both to expand ISRO's capabilities and to help to
resolve long standing questions about the moon's history. Chandrayaan-1 is deployed
with a powerful suit of instruments to map the lunar surface and search the presence of
radioactive isotopes, which will help the researchers to determine the origin of moon.
On 22nd October, 2008 Indian Space Research Organization added another
glorious chapter to its success saga as PSLV C-11 took off from Sriharikotta carrying
Chandrayaan-1 satellite at 0622 hrs IST. Rs. 386 crores were spend in constructing
Chandrayaan, out of which Rs. 100 crores were spend on deep Space Network which
has 32m and 18m antenna. The satellite carrying 11 payloads including 6 from foreign
is expected to throw more light on hitherto unknown areas of the lunar surface.
According to ISRO officials, Chandrayaan's liquid engine was forced for 817
secs. When spacecraft passed at a distance of about 500 km. from the moon to reduce
its velocity to enable the lunar gravity to capture it around the moon. Chandrayaan's
speed was reduced to 366m/s when it flew into the moon's orbit. It has already traveled
40, 00,000 km to fly into moon's orbit.

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The spacecraft is now around the moon in an elliptical orbit that passes over its
polar region. The nearest point of this orbit lies at a distance of about 504 km from the
moon's surface; while the farthest is 7502 km. Chandrayaan takes about 11 hrs to
resolve around the moon in this orbit. Experts said that it was a significant feat because
India's moon shot was successful in the very first attempt something that even major
space powers like the US and Russia could not achieve. One of the important indig-
enous Moon Impact Probe (MIP) -brainchild of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, will be depositing a
plaque etched with the tricolor on the moon. The tricolor was painted on all sides of the
MIP which was attached to the top portion of Chandrayaan. MIP crash landed on the
lunar surface on 14th November, 2008, 1501 hrs UTC (2031 hrs 1ST); 32 km from
Shackle ton Crater at the South Pole. During its flight, its video camera took pictures of
the moon, the spectrometer began its
analysis and the altitude meter did what +Y
is known as ranging. MIP
+Z SWIM RADOM
The six foreign payloads are :
CENA
* Chandrayaan-I ,Imaging X - ray SIR-2
Spectrometer (CIXS)
* Smart infrared spectrometer (SIR-2) LLRI
* Sub KeV Atom Reflecting Analyzer
(SARA) TMC
* Radiation Dose Monitor (RASOM)
* Mini Synthetic Aperture Radar HEX CIXS
(Mini SAR) HySI M3
* Moon Mineralogy Map per (M3) +X
Indian pay loads are: MINI-SAR
* Terrain Mapping Camera (TMC)
* Hyper Spectral Imager (Hy SI)
* Lunar Laser Ranging Instrument (LLRI)
* High Energy X-Ray Spectrometer (HEX)

The way the space scientist maneuvered the moon craft at such a distance
shows that India had the technical capability to undertake more ambitious space mis-
sions. So, ISRO is planning 2nd moon mission-Chandrayaan -II in 2011. Russia's Fed-
eral Space Agency(Roskomos) is joining with ISRO for development of Chandrayaan-II
lander/rover. While Chandrayaan-l, an orbiter, was launched by means of the 4-stage
space work house PSLV, featuring alternate liquid and solid fuel stages; Chandrayaan-
II, a more complex landing mission, will ride into space at the head of the 3-stage GSLV,
featuring an indigenous cryogenic engine stage.

Just as Chandrayaan-I, was a success for ISRO, we hope that Chandrayaan-II


will also be a success in Indian space history.

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Mathematics: Lost in the INCOMPLETENESS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Santanab Majumdar
(3rd Year. E.E)

Just think about a bridge, hanging between two high mountains, made of Some
horizontal bars. Between 2 bars there is nothing, means, while crossing the bridge,
You will find nothing between two bars, and if you slip, you will find nothing…and a
perfect emptiness will grabs you to death………………………….

While reading the 1st paragraph, I hope your eyebrows will rise. Why should I
write those lines In an essay, regarding mathematics……! My dear friends….this is the
condition Of our Mathematics…Amazed!!!!....Let me explain……

Go back to our preliminary mathematics. I think, all of us should know about


AXIOMS “In traditional logic, an axiom or postulate is a proposition that is not proved
or demonstrated but considered to be either self-evident, or subject to necessary
decision. Therefore, its truth is taken for granted, and serves as a starting point for
deducing and inferring other (theory dependent) truths.

In mathematics, the term axiom is used in two related but distinguishable


senses: “logical axioms” and “non-logical axioms”. In both senses, an axiom is
any mathematical statement that serves as a starting point from which other
statements are logically derived. Unlike theorems, axioms (unless redundant)
cannot be derived by principles of deduction, nor are they demonstrable by
mathematical proofs, simply because they are starting points; there is nothing
else from which they logically follow (otherwise they would be classified as
theorems)”

For example….consider the axioms, related to arithmetic addition…..


A+B=B+A….its called the commutative law….This means that the order in which you
add two numbers does not change the end result. Or A+0=A
From the very basic…we have been solving problems regarding geometry…the famous
Euclidean geometry………….

Euclidean geometry is a mathematical system attributed to the Greek


mathematician Euclid of Alexandria. Euclid’s Elements is the earliest known systematic
discussion of geometry. The method consists of assuming a small set of intuitively
appealing axioms, and then proving many other propositions (theorems) from those
axioms. Although many of Euclid’s results had been stated by earlier
mathematicians,Euclid was the first to show how these propositions could be fit together
into a comprehensive deductive and logical system

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Axioms
Euclidean geometry is an axiomatic system, in which all theorems (“true statements”)
are derived from a small number of axioms. Near the beginning of the first book of the
Elements, Euclid gives five postulates (axioms) for plane geometry, stated in terms of
constructions:
1. A straight line segment can be drawn joining any two points.
2. Any straight line segment can be extended indefinitely, to form a straight line.
3. Given any straight line segment, a circle can be drawn having the segment as
radius and one endpoint as center.
4. All right angles are congruent.
5. If two lines are drawn which intersect a third in such a way that the sum of the inner
angles on one side is less than two right angles, then the two lines inevitably must
intersect each other on that side if extended far enough. The converse is also assumed,
although not stated directly. If the inner angles are 180° or more the lines do not meet
on that side. Parallel lines never meet, hence the angles on either side sum to 180°.
More on this later.

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.otrl
Although Euclid’s statement of the postulates only explicitly asserts the existence of
the constructions, they are also taken to be unique.
The Elements also include the following five “common notions”:
1. Things that equal the same thing also equal one another.
2. If equals are added to equals, then the wholes are equal.
3. If equals are subtracted from equals, then the remainders are equal.
4. Things that coincide with one another equal one another.
5. The whole is greater than the part.
Now…all the part branches of mathematics…all the theorems, proofs…are
based on these like of axioms…even Boolean algebra…is not free from axioms…which
is totally different from arithmetical axioms. Like A+0=0…And there is non Euclidian
geometry where the famous parallel postulate does not valid….Since non-Euclidean
geometry is provably self-consistent, the parallel postulate cannot be proved from the
other postulates.
Euclid frequently used the method of proof by contradiction, and
therefore the traditional presentation of Euclidean geometry assumes classical
logic, in which every proposition is either true or false, i.e., for any proposition
P, the proposition “P or not P” is automatically true.

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Tarski (1902-1983) and his students demonstrated for the first time that
Euclidean geometry can be expressed as a first-order theory. That is, it can be written
entirely in a form that allows statements such as “for all triangles ...”, without those like
“for all sets of triangles ...” This is important because it shows that the subject does not
depend on set theory for its logical basis. Tarski proved his axiomatic formulation of
Euclidean geometry to be complete in a certain sense: there is an algorithm which, for
every proposition, can show it to be either true or false. This would violate Gödel’s
theorem, were it not that Euclidean geometry cannot describe a sufficient amount of
arithmetic for that theorem to apply.
So…the term arrived…..GODEL’S THEOREM…..what is that….?
That is the essence of my essay….
In mathematical logic, Gödel’s incompleteness theorems, proved by Kurt
Gödel in 1931, are two theorems stating inherent limitations of all but the most trivial
formal systems for arithmetic of mathematical interest.

Gödel’s first incompleteness theorem states that:


Any effectively generated theory capable of expressing elementary arithmetic cannot
be both consistent and complete. In particular, for any consistent, effectively generated
formal theory that proves certain basic arithmetic truths, there is an arithmetical
statement that is true,[1] but not provable in the theory.

Gödel’s second incompleteness theorem can be stated as follows:


For any formal recursively enumerable (i.e., effectively generated) theory T
including basic arithmetical truths and also certain truths about formal provability, T
includes a statement of its own consistency if and only if T is inconsistent.
Now what do they mean?????
In choosing a set of axioms, one goal is to be able to prove as many correct
results as possible, without proving any incorrect results. A set of axioms is complete
if, for any statement in the axioms’ language, either that statement or its negation is
provable from the axioms. A set of axioms is (simply) consistent if there is no statement
so that both the statement and its negation are provable from the axioms. In the standard
system of first-order logic, an inconsistent set of axioms will prove every statement in
its language (this is sometimes called the principle of explosion), and is thus
automatically complete. A set of axioms that is both complete and consistent, however,
will prove as many theorems as can be proved without containing a contradiction.
The existence of an incomplete system is in itself not particularly surprising. A
system can be incomplete simply because not all the necessary axioms have been
discovered. For example, Euclidean geometry without the parallel postulate is incomplete;
it is not possible to prove or disprove the parallel postulate from the remaining axioms.
So ultimately…what we get? Mathematics doesn’t
believe any thing which can’t be proved but alas…mathematics himself based on some
axioms which can’t be proved!!!!!!!How contradictory? Now if any day some can prove

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that some of our axioms are wrong…then what will happen? Now think about the bridge
in the 1st Para…our steps will slip…and our mathematics will fall into a never ending
gorge…
That’s why the post modernists often say; that there is nothing called truth…it is
an illusion…as truth is proved by some unproved statements….
Again contradiction: with the help of our mathematics…we can send a rocket in
the outer space with almost 100%accuracy.
If it is wrong, how can be it possible? Forget about human beings…just think
about the nature…earth and other planets…
The whole universe is maintaining a perfect mathematics…we can’t prove
anything new in mathematics…rather we just explore it from nature….can you imagine...
The branches of tree grow according to Fibonacci series!!!!!!!!!We discovered it near
1202...
But trees are quite older than us…..so Truth is there….but our trajectory may
be wrong….truth isn’t a matter of illusion…we are disguised by illusion…that’s why we
cant reach the truth…that’s why till we cant prove Grand unified field theory…or Before
t=0 what was the condition[before big bang]………………………
We have to choose the right way to reach the ultimate where mathematics,
physics, philosophy all coincides...
Just to say……

EıF∂FX ¤F ıFºhçF¤F‹Fó
∂F¤FıFX ¤F °‹FXP∂FçFa¤F‹Fó
¤F_∂‹FX¤FP¤F_∂Fk çF¤F‹FWP∂F óó
“From the unreal, lead us to the Real; from darkness, lead us unto Light; from
death, lead us to Immortality. Om peace, peace, peace.”

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IGBT: MAKING INDIA FASTER
Arnab Sarkar
1ST YEAR [ IT]

Indian Railways took a quantum jump in technology of Diesel Electric locomo-


tives with the introduction of EMD locomotion in 1999 and with the application of IGBT
(Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor) from 2008 have made
them more efficient, characteristic and reliable. They have
proved their worth in terms of advantages like increased
haulage capacity, fuel efficiency. and lesser maintenance
and higher balance speed etc. After suitable field trials, the
IGBT technology is introduced in re,~ular loco production
and first locomotive series, loco no. 12119 WDG -4. acro-
nym "NATRAJ" was flagged off in Aug'08. Introduction of IGBT
technology has created a platform that can spawn many other modernization features
like higher horse power, provision of hotel bad module, PAC locomotives with 6 traction
motors, remote monitoring of locomotives, distributed power control etc. by exploiting
the built in intelligence of locomotives. These locomotives WDG-4 (Freight) and WDP-
4(Coaching) are rated at 4000 HP and arc employed state of art computer, controlled
technology in propulsion, excitation and traction control system. IGBT Have given the
Indian Railways an added advantage over the problems caused by the conventional
GTO (Gate Turn Off) thyristors.

Technical superiority of IGBT:


* Smaller in size and cxternal cooling not required.
* Lower switching losses learlh.g to higher transmission efficiency.
* High frequency operation for continuous amI dynamic condition.
* Faster response time due to transistor based technology.

SCR
NEW NEW
ASSLY
MODIFIED IGBT FRONT BOGIE
ECXITATION
EM 2000 TCC # 1 TRAC MOTOR - 1,2,3
CONTROL

ALTERNATOP
NEW
& RECTIFIER BRAKE IGBT REAR BOGIE
TCC # 2 TRAC MOTOR - 4,5,6
CONTROL

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Introduction of IGBT technology has brought Indian Railways in line with pioneering
railways of the world to successfully adopt this technology. Its intr0duction has o;:>ened
a platform for a series of improvements in EMD locomotives, which will go a long way in
improving the efficiency, reliability and performance of EMD locomotives.

The duty cycle of diesel locomotives on Indian Rail-


ways result into an idling period of 30-50% of the
total period at the total period at wayside stations
and yards. During this period, the fuels are wasted,
wasted into superfluous emission. Auto start and
stop system (AESS) is being incorporated on these
locomotives to avoid wastage of fuel and also to
control the emission levels

In the original EMD locomotives; main Loco Control Computer employed was EM-2000;
a proprietary software of Mis EMD and Traction Control Converter with computer was
proprietary item of Mis Siemens. Both these major suppliers at one point of time, used
to work in collaboration, but afterwards, they become competitor in the field of locomo-
tive manufacture. This created lots of rigidities in facilitating future endeavors for en-
hancing the interface afforded by these controls. Hence, in the interest of flexibility of
platforms, the development pursuit taking due care to maximize commonality was en-
visaged. The main objective of development was to ensure that system integration is
done by a single indigenous entity, that takes responsibility for the entire configuration
and thus affords quick response times problem resolution and change without causing
undue downtime and also to create a flexible and modular platform for the future that
can spawn additional features possible by exploiting the built in intelligence of the loco-
motive. These projects includes development of LocoControl Computer, Traction Con-
trol Converter with computer, and complete Electrical Control cabinet(ECC#l, ECC#2,
ECC#3) with
technically advanced features like:

* Axle control in place of Bogie control. This will result


into an adhesion of 48% as compared to existing 43%
* User settable parameters.
* Higher Horse power.
* Distributed power control.
* Hotel load feature.

Introduction of IGBT technology has brought Indian Railways in line with pioneering
railways of the world to successfully adopt this technology. Its introduction has opened
a platform for a series of improvements in EMD locomotives, which will go a long way in
improving the efficiency, reliability and performance of EMD locomotives.

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Real"ET" Shows
Rajdeep Banerjee
3rd Year [ECE]

This time I have come up with a recently highlighted subject to discuss with...
"reality shows" their goods & bads. Before entering into details I would like to say what
is my main motive. Well, it is a topic to which most of the readers are acquinted.So,1
won't go into details of their kinds, rather I will restrict myself to their impact on the
viewers & participators as a whole and of course the organizers point of view. Let's start
with the basic known facts..

What it actually is?.


According to Wikipedia: Reality television is a genre of television programming which
presents purportedly unscripted dramatic or humorous situations, documents actual
events, and usually features ordinary people instead of professional actors. Although
the genre has existed in some form or another since the early years of television, the
term reality television is most commonly used to describe programs of this genre pro-
duced since 2000. Documentaries and nonfictional programming such as news and
sports shows are usually not classified as reality shows.

A bit of history...

1940s-1950s:Precedents for television that portrayed people in unscripted situations


began in the 1940s. Debuting in 1948, Allen Funt's Candid Camera, (based on his
previous 1947 radio show, Candid Microphone), broadcast unsuspecting ordinary people
reacting to pranks. It has been called the "grand-daddy of the reality TV genre." Debut-
ing in the 1950s, game shows. Beat the Clock and Truth or Consequents involved
contestants in wacky competitions; stunts, and practical jokes.
In 1948, talent search shows Ted Mack's Original Amateur Hour and Arthur Godfrey's
Talent Scouts featured amateur competitors and audience voting. The Miss America
Pageant, first broadcast in 1954, was a competition where the winner achieved status
as a national celebrity.

The radio series Nightwatch (1954-1955), which tape-recorded the daily activities of
Culver City, California police officers, also helped pave the way for reality television. The
series You Asked For It (1950-1959), in which viewer requests dictated content, was an
antecedent of today's audience-participation reality TV elements, in which viewers cast
votes to help determine the course of events.

1960s-1970s:First broadcast in the United Kingdom in 1964, the Granada Television


series Seven Up!

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1980s-1990s: Reality television as it is currently understood can be directly linked to
several television shows that began in the late 1980s and early I 990s. COPS, which
first aired in the spring of 1989 and came about partly due to the .Iced for new program-
ming during the 1988 Writers Guild of America strike.

& some popular Indian reality shows are:


MTV Bakra, Kaun Banega Crorepati, Indian Idol, Sa Re Ga Ma ,The Great Indian Laugh-
ter Challenge, Nach Baliye, Jhalak Dikhlaja & many more.

Some formal criticisms :

Instant celebrity

Reality television has the potential to turn its participants into national celebrities, at
least for a short period. This is most notable in talent-search programs such as the Idol
series, which has spawned music stars in many of the countries in which it has aired,
Many other shows, however, such as Survivor and Big Brother, have made at least
temporary celebrities out of their participants; some participants have then been able to
parlay this fame into media careers. For example, In Britain, Jade Goody became fa-
mous after appearing on Big Brother 3 in 2002. She has since appeared on many other
reality programs, and has launched best selling books and a top-selling perfume line,
among others.

Reality TV contestants are sometimes derided as "Z-list celebrities" or Nonebrities who


have done nothing to warrant their newfound fame.

As spectacle of humiliation

Some have claimed that the success of reality television is due to its ability to provide
schadenfreude. by satisfying the desire of viewers to see others humiliated. Entertain-
ment Weekly wrote, "Do we watch reality television for precious insight into the human
condition? Please. We watch for those awkward scenes that make us feel a smidge
better about our own little unfilmed lives." Media analyst Tom Alderman wrote, "There is
a sub-set of Reality TV that can only be described as Shame TV because it uses humili-
ation as its core appeal."

Television critic James Poniewozik has disagreed with this assessment, writing, "for all
the talk about 'humiliation TV: what's striking about most reality shows is how good
humored and resilient most of the participants are the American Idol rejectees stub-
bornly convinced of their own talent, the Fear Factor players walking away from vats of
insects like Olympic champions. What finally bothers their detractors is, perhaps, not
that these people are humiliated but that they are not."
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Political Impact

Reality television's global success has been, in the eyes of some analysts, an impor-
tant political phenomenon. In some authoritarian countries, reality television voting rep-
resents the first time many citizens have voted in any free and fair wide-scale elections.
In addition, the frankness of the settings on some reality shows present situations that
are often taboo in certain orthodox cultures, like the pan-Arab version of Star Academy,
which shows male and female contestants living together. Journalist Matt Labbash,
noting both of these issues, wrote that "the best hope of little Americas developing in the
Middle East could be Arab-produced reality TV."

As substitute for scripted drama

Screenwriter Sheryl Longin, who describes herself as "a reality show addict", has writ-
ten that based on her experiences, "we may be approaching the death of drama," be-
cause seeing real people act naturally matches viewers' expectations of human body
language in a way that actors cannot achieve: " VHI executive vice president Michael
Hischorn wrote that the plots and subject matters on reality television are also more
authentic and more engaging than in scripted dramas, writing that scripted network
television "remains dominated by variants on the police procedural... in which a stock
group of characters (ethnically, sexually, and generationally diverse) grapples with end-
less versions of the same dilemma. The episodes have all the ritual predictability of
Japanese Noh theater," while reality TV is "the liveliest genre on the set right now. It has
engaged hot-button cultural issues-class, sex, race-that respectable television... rarely
touches."

Time to give it some deep thoughts...

Smells like politics!!!

We are rational beings. No doubt about it! But then... have we thought for once, that why
the hell this total television industry has to come up with a show so real (that we feel it
ourselves every now and then and yet we have to SEE the reality of our lives!)?ls it only
money behind this? Only the human nature of being attracted to the polished nontrivial
matters? Are all of us fools? Are we being pushed to some destination deliberately
where we have nothing to do? Wait... wait... wait... so many questions... let me clarify
the questions first.

We live in democracy. We have a democratic society. That means we live in a society


where we are free to participate in every system that is made within the society. But this
is the bookish definition that we love to live with. There is another view which says
"make the general people stay away from the system and use the media in a screened
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way".Well,1 know this definition is shocking, but this is true. The history behind this has
started from the revolution in England back in the seventeenth century!

Let me clarify this by dropping an example... In 1916 Woodrow Wilson became the
president of United States. It was in the midst of 1st World War. The people of America
had failed to find a proper reason to take part in the war. But the rulers were very deter-
mined to participate in that ongoing war. So they built a government based propaganda
commission(the "Krill Commission") which eventually turned the peace loving people
into a war starved mob!So,media does matter... and over and above the main part is the
motive behind the use of media and campaign.

Well you can say that I have shifted a bit from our main discussion. But believe me, this
is trivial.Now,I think have started to guess what I'm going to say next. Yes. Do the people
behind reality show have some motive. Because, if not, then why do they have to focus
on the reality that each an every one of us lace everyday?...Are the shows really real...
What if they are speaking some well chosen scripts and grinding some basic negative
thoughts which we rationally suppress to make this life worth living? Walter Lippman
once said "Sometimes general views don't reflect individual thoughts" and "only a class
of people are that much rational to take the decisions because they know what they are
doing".i.e.they want us to think the way they want because that is the way in which they
can make money! The only way to escape from this is to have a reference frame which
is tidy enough to believe in. That is to say look into our own self before anyone else tries
to show us, because in the first place we can only believe in ourselves.

Our (viewers') psychology...

Why do we watch reality shows? A simple answer... we find us in them. We watch that
part of us which we fear to disclose to stay peacefully in society with our "don't you
know? How come?" type behaviour .But yet we don't hesitate to eavesdrop into our
neighbours! lf what we try 10 know by eavesdropping comes directly in TV who will do
that extra work(ofsneaking)'?Because whenever it is public, there is no harm in it!

But there is a fact which indeed is harmful. Let me clarify this by giving putting forward
a quote from Amartya Sen's "Identity and Violence"... "Oscar Wilde made the enigmatic
claim, 'Most people are other people'. This may sound like of one of his more outra-
geous conundrums, but in this case Wilde defended his view with considerable co-
gency: 'Their thoughts are someone else's opinions, their lives a mimicry, their pas-
sions a quotation'. We are indeed influenced to an amazing extent by people with whom
we Identify." This is a blessing as well as a curse. Because, subconscious mind is like
a sponge, it believes anything you say repeatedly and strong enough, even if it is a lie!
Then, am I going to restrict you from watching a reality program? Of course not! But we
should take the sweet part to the extent that won't cause us sugar and the creamy part

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to the extent that won't make our cholesterol high!! I would like to conclude this discus-
sion with another remark from Amartya Sen: "A sense of identity can be a source not
merely of pride and joy, but also of strength and confidence. It is not surprising that the
idea of identity receives such widespread admiration, from popular advocacy of loving
your neighbor to high theories of social capital and of communitarian self-definition"

This sense of identity made Jade Goody sell her life for her children... though that dis-
cussion may come up with lots of questions and misunderstandings on which I have to
pour some cold water on( as I don't have that space for writing).

A conclusion of the conclusion...

Derek Walcott wrote...


"I have never found that moment
when the mind was halved by a horizon
for the goldsmith from Benaras,
the stonecutter from Canton,
as a fish line sinks, the horizon sinks in the memory. "

" We have to make sure, above all, that our mind is not halved by a horizon"

Reference :
1. Wikipeda
2. The Telegraph
3. "Identity and Violence" - Amartya Sen
4. "Mass Communication and its effect" - Noan Chomsky

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xyçÄ çy!ï˛ˆÏû˛Ïò xyÓ˚ ôü≈ˆÏû˛ˆÏòÓ˚ ˆã˛yÓ˚yˆÏflÀyï˛ ˆÎ Ó•zˆÏåÈ ï˛y ~ܲê%˛ öçÓ˚ ܲÓ˚ˆÏ°•zñ ˆã˛yá ܲyö ˆáy°y Ó˚yáˆÏ°•z ˆÓyé˛y ÎyÎ˚ñ
xöƒ Ó˚yˆÏçƒÓ˚ ï%˛°öyÎ˚ ܲü •ˆÏ°Ä Ó•zˆÏåÈ– ~•z ˆã˛yÓ˚yˆÏflÀyˆÏï˛Ó˚ ˛õÌê˛y•z ˛õyÌÓ˚ ˆú˛ˆÏ° Ó¶˛ ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ– xyÓ˚ ܲyçê˛y ~áöÄ
á%Ó §•ç öÎ˚–

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If US Fails Affects Other too.
Govind Kr. Jha
(1st Yr. I.T.)

In the last sixt month there has been a sea change in the financial sector. As the world
sinks into the most recession since 1930s, . The five biggest investment bank in theworld
have vanished in the financial carrange. The biggest mortgage companies in the world,
Freddie Mac & Fannie Mac are under government overlordship. The biggest insurance
company in the world AIG. is on govt life support, Citi Bank has survived only with the
supports from govt. In this way many companies too get affected, but one of the vital
reason was the problem of real estate. Let’s move in to details. The federal reserve
U.S.A had forese. the overextended situation of much of the financial sector. The
fianancial product becomes like currency no longer representing instinsic value of the
assets Housing loans were given with little care because lender’s thought they are risk
free. Merchant’s banks venture capital, brokers and bank, bundled housing loans into
package. These product were traded & insured. And insurers on the other hand did not
even bother about their real values ultimately let to down fail in the whole financial
system. These incident hit global market badly.
Every year worlds best & finest expert’s thinkers & Entreprenus mingled to find the
solution - This year too they sat but could not find ultimate results.
The statistical data of some Asian currens are shown below.

Real HDP growth of selected Asian countries (in %)

Country 2008 2009


Japan -07 -2.7
Singapore 1.2 -5.0
South Korea 2.5 3.0
Taiwan 1.87 2.12
China 9.0 8.0
india 6.8 6.8
Let us discuss Indian Economy in detail :
India’s Economic initalise 2008 in robust fashion but ended on a note of mixed sentement
with the global melt down casting an in evitable shadow. country has countered its
economy growth target for the current fiscal year (April ‘08 - March - 09) to 6.8 percent
from the previous 7.7 percent. Exports feel in october for the first time in seven years.
industrial production fell to 0.4 percent. The sope fell pesilously close to 50 to a doctor in
November, an all time loro. Some 6500 jobs were lost between August & October. Two
key’s sector agriculture and industry were affected by the global economic slowdown.
This had created serious efffect on India’s overal growth as said by National council of
Applied Economic Research, an Economic think tank. The govt. Experts the Economy
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to remain relatively weak in the first quater.
US government uses a very ideal policy of their i,e “begger thy neighbour” policy Mean-
ing saving domestic Market. Due to week demands for exports. Several companies
have closed shops, sending millions jobless.
Today, despite US economic travails, the world views the doller as a safe heaven. The
US system has a thousand flaws, but other are no better, certainly the world’s economy
urgently needs major reform, and the 11-20 meeting in Britain needs to kick start the
process. But the reforms must aim at a safer gentor capitalism.

Salesman to Tom : Do you want this powder ?


Tom : For what ?
Salesman : For aunts.
Tom : No Today if I give them powder tomorrow they’ll ask for lipstick

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A SOLITARY WALK
Moumita Dutta
(3rd Year ECE)

“Through inland far we be our souls have sight of that immortal sea which
brought us higher.” - WILLIAM WORDSWORTH
Today- it’s Sunday. Free from the hectic schedules i.e. to rush in office in time
and no pressure works. It’s a day of repose when you can put your feet up and take a
break from the humdrum life of hectic work. I anxiously wait for this troughtout the whole
week. Normally, I like to stay within the four walls of my home sleep like lazy bug.
Today, it’s one of these days of leisure.
But I don’t know why an unknown and uncommon feeling is gushing out. A feel-
ing of restlessness, a feeling which is governing me. Though unwilling, still I come out of
the confident of my home. I decided to move away from the city tumult, away from the
busy streets, the pushing and jostling of the clmours crowd in search of a pollution free
place, free from the earthly anxieties and intrigues, a place which is untouched by earthly
corruption- a place of heavenly tranquility. I am on a Solitary Walk.
Here I am in front of a vast sea. Where there’s no one I know, where I have no
individual identity, no self reorganization only me and this vast creation of nature, where
I am none other than a minute part of this amazing creature nature-
‘Alone, alone, all all alone
Alone on a wide, wide sea.’
The sun is sinking down the horizon in the quiet sky which is flushed with the crimson
rays. The senerity of the azure sky is reflected on the sea. On the other hand the sea is
rolling on with its eternal motion. It’s waves making a thunderous sound as they dash
against the shore and retreats back. The silence of the sky and the eternal sound of the
sea waves are completely- as they mingle together in perfect harmony.
As if nature is whispering, tryjng to reveal some secrects- some eternal truth.
The sight of the sinking sun at the even-tide beyond the horizon is a wondrous charm,
the calm evening is only celebrating its overwhelming beauty-the subtle harmony is
trying to depict a solemn truth.
As if the resonance between the roaring of sea and the silence of nature is
revealing the silence between life and death.
Life is what we live, and death is what we don’t want to face but complement to
each other. Life is incomplete without death. But what happens to us after we die re-
mains an unanswered question. What happens to our soul? What is the origin of Life?
Is it simply a biological phenomenon, which our scientist can explain in thousand of
ways or there lies a deep mystery in it, which can explain in its own way? When the tide
is over, the ferocious thundering waves calm down but still it not loose its motion, the
motion continues, the waves still ripple but gently until it receives another dynamic life.
We live our lives to fulfill all our desires to achieve our goals, some are achieved, some
are fulfilled but some thirsts remain unquenched before our lives until finally they find a
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way out.
Since every cause has an effect and the desires of us are limitless and one life
is enough for that, so the endevor to satify all material desires cause a soul’s animation
in paticular new forum. Hence the soul hops from body in a series of births in its to
eventually fulfill the entire spectrum of desires, before it can rest in peace.
However, satisfying all desires is not only arduos; it could be endless task too. In
every birth one unknowingly creates new cause of the soul. So when we are born, our
soul is not newly born; it has the loads of unquenched thirsts in it to be fulfilled. It only
remains in dormant form until one affair conciousness.
So the life, the wonderful gifted I life is not only to fulfill our dreams but the dreams
of each and every person who expired before their dreams come true. So our lives are
more meaningful and precious than we have ever thought; rather nature has selected
every one of us for a special job to be done.
Phew! It’s a great reorganization, isn’t it? I never knew that my life rather ‘’I ‘’
myself is so important. Let start it a new way:
‘ It’s a new world
It’s a new start
It’s alive with the beating of young hearts’

Father : Son, you must secure 80% in this exam


Son : No, Dad ! I’ll bring 100%
Father : Are you joking ?
Son : Who started it first ?!!

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IN THE LONG RUN
Rinzila Sherpa
(C.S.E. 1st Year)

We drank for happiness and become unhappy.


We drank for joy and became miserable
We drank for sociability and became as gumentatine.
We drank for friendship and made enemies.
We drank for sleep and woke up without sleep.
We drank for strength and felt weak
We drank to feel better, and acquired health problems.
We drank for relaxation and got the shakes.
We drank for branery and became afraid.
We drank for confidence and became doubtful.
We drank to make commensation.
easier and slurred our speech
We drank to feel heavenly and
ended us feeling like hell.
We drank to forget and were founer haunted.
We drank for freedom and became slaves.

We drank to forget problems and saw them multiply.


We drank to cope up with life
WHERE ARE WE NOW ?

Oh, what a beauty !


Really ?
Academically speaking, to understand the notion of “beauty” could be as difficult as
contemplating a measure of Jack’s beanstalk. The notion has undergone a dramatic
shift from the dusky, voluntous feminine form to the “tall, fail, slims” adage prominently
displayed in all matrimonialal advertisements. This standardiyes evaluation of beauty is
a product of both of the economic and its resultant cultural system. Beauty pageants
play a siginificant role in the whole prours of stereo typing a certain images as beautiful.
At the surface, they sell produces while on a deeper plane, they reinforce motionsa
about feminity and beauty. That beauty has turned into a competitine sport is most
conspicuous in Hindu films and tererission soaps. And like most of other things in our
profit ouented economic, the business of beauty too thinkes on stylish and slak market-
ing.
(Compiled from Terragreen - 2005)
Rinzila Sherpa (1st Year C.S.E)

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BEAUTY AND BEST

PRODUCT PRINICIPAL CHEMEICAL EFFECT ON HEALTH


AGENT

Deodrants/ Aluminium Breast Cancer in


Prerfumes Propylene glycol Woman Kidney and
Butylated hydroxytolueme lance damange allergies.
deematitis and
reproductive defects.

Toothpaste Floricle Sarbital Caranogen


Souharine Intestinal almpling bladder
cancer

Hair care head acetate Hoemone disruption


product sudan 1 carunogen
4 MMPD
(4 methyle - m
phemylennediamine)

Lotion and parafinnum liquclam li- Laranoge Asthma, tumers


moisturizes monene and reproductive abnor-
malities.

Foundations/ Nirosamines Formal delyde Carunogen


facila cleansens Propyl parabex
Carunogen
Lipstik/eye Coal tar
shadow derivatione

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INTERNET MANIA
Prabhat Kumar (3rd Electrical Engg.)
www.tejasviprabhat.blogspot.com
prabhatkumarjgec@gmail.com

Internet is like a sea. There are infinite no. of websites but hare are some of them which
are of common interest and useful to us.

Social Networking : www.orkut.com [ Join J.G.E.C Community]


www.facebook.com
For CAT/MBA : www.pagalguy.com
www.totalgadha.com
For Placement Papers : www.freshersworld.com
interview question & GD www.yuvajobs.com
Finance : www.capitalmarket.com
www.nseindia.com
Fooding : www.foodindia.com
You will get the complete & descriptive receipe of all veg. &
son veg. items along with nutritional analysis.
Books : www.esnips.com
www.amazon.com
Game : www.zapak.com
Cricket : www.cricinfo.com
You can watch live scores & complete coverage of cricket
matches.
Jobs : www.monster.com
www.noukri.com
Blog site : www.blogspot.com
For free SMS : www.160by2.com
www.mycantos.com
Encyclopedia : www.wikipedia.com
Video sharing : www.youtube.com
www.metacafe.com
Online Library : www.questia.com
Online shopping : www.ebay.in
Law : www.manupatra.com
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SECRET OF SUCCESS
Arnab Sarkar
1st YEAR [IT]

In this world of competition, everyone wants to perform the best and achieve success
in his life. There are many factors which are responsible for achieving success in life.
Let us mathematically understand these factors and find out how they affect our
success.

If : A B C D E F G H I J K L M N 0 P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
are represented in the value as:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26

Then, K-N-O-W-L-E-D-G-E when added for its value comes to


11+14+15+23+12+5+4+7+5=96%

And H-A-R-D-W-O-R-K takes us to: 8+1+18+4+23+15+18+11=98%

So for achieving perfection we require Attitude. Let us look at this


A-T-T-I-T-U-D-E is really: 1+20+20+9+20+21+4+5=100%

But what if we want to perform more than 100%. Then, look how far the 'LOVE OF
GOD' can take us. Don't be surprised if the value of L-O-V-E-O-F-G-O-D really leads
us to 12+15+22+5+15+6+7+15+4=101%

Therefore, we can conclude with mathematical certainty that while 'HARDWORK'


and 'KNOWLEDGE' will get you close, and 'ATTITUDE' will get you there, it's 'LOVE
OF GOD' that will put you over the top!

WORDS AND ITS VALUE

I (1 letter) THE MOST DAMAGING AVOID IT


WE (2 letters) THE MOST SATISFYING USE IT
EGO (3 letters) THE MOST POISONOUS KILL IT
LOVE (4 letters) THE MOST ACCEPTABLE VALUE IT
SMILE (5 letters) THE MOST PLEASING KEEP IT
RUMOUR (6 letters) THE MOST SPREADING IGNORE IT
SUCCESS (7 letters) THE MOST AVAILABLE ACHIEVE IT
JEALOUSY (8 letters) THE MOST NEFARIOUS DISTANCE IT
KNOWLEDGE (9 letters) THE MOST POWERFUL ACQUIRE IT
CONFIDENCE (10 letters) THE MOST ESSENTIAL DEVELOP IT

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COWNOMICS
Abhishek Mitra
(2nd Year, ME)

INDIA was one of those countries which were least affected by the global economic
melt down. Guess why ? Here is a simple illustration of the crispness and superiority of
Indian economics....

TRADITIONAL ECONOMICS
You have two cows.
You sell one, and buy a bull.
Your herd multiplies and the economy grows.
You retire on the income.
AMERICAN ECONOMICS
You have two cows.
You sell one and force the other to produce the milk of four cows.
You profess surprise when the cow drops dead
JAPANESE ECONOMICS
You have two cows
You redesign them so that they are one tenth the size of an ordinary cow and produce
twenty times the milk.
You then create cute cartoon cown images called Cokimon and market them worldwide.
RUSSIAN ECONOMICS
You have two cows
You count them and learn you have five cows.
You count them again and learn you have 13 cows.
You count them all over again, only to learn you have 3 cows.
You give up counting and open another bottle of Vodka.
PAKISTAN ECONOMICS
You don’t have any cows.
You claim that the Indian cows belong to you.
You ask the U.S. for financial aid, China for
You ask the U.S for financial aid , China for military aid, British for warplanes, Italy for
machines,
Germany for technology, French for submarines, Switzerland for loans, Russia for drugs
and Japan for electronic equipments.
You long the cows threatening with all this and claim of exploitation by the world
INDIAN ECONOMICS
You have two cows
You brand them as “sacred” and worship them Earn money from devotes.
DESI “COWNOMICS” ROCKS !!!

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One day a man was parking his car at the side of a road, suddenly a policeman caught
him.
Policeman : Are you blind ? Can you see what is written on this sign board.
Man : Yes, I can see It says “Time for parking”

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çDˆÏ°Ó˚ ≤ÃÜ,˛!ï˛Ó˚*˛õÄ !Ó!û˛ß¨ñ ˆÎüö ÈÙÙÈ
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Óö–
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3V !ö¡¨ !•üy°Î˚ Ä ï˛Ó˚y•zˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ xM˛È°–
4V !ã˛Ó˚•!Ó˚Í Ó,«˛ Ä =ˆÏÕ√Ó˚ xÓ˚îƒ
5V üôƒ Ä ˛õ!ÿ˛ü û˛yÓ˚ˆÏï˛Ó˚ ï,˛îû)˛!ü Ä Ü˛yÑê˛y=ˆÏÕ√Ó˚ xÓ˚
6V ˛õ!ÿ˛ü û˛yÓ˚ˆÏï˛Ó˚ üÓ˚& xû˛Î˚yÓ˚
7V ܲFåÈñ üyߨyÓ˚ •zï˛ƒy!ò ˆÓ°yû)˛!ü Óy Ó˚yö–
8V !ã˛°Ü˛yñ x¶˛≤ÈÏò¢ˆÏòˆÏ•Ó˚ ˆ°Ü˛ §ÇÓ˚!«˛ï˛ xM˛È°
9V §%®Ó˚Óö Ä Ä!í˛¸£ÏƒyÓ˚ !û˛ï˛Ó˚ܲ!îܲyÓ˚ ˆçyÎ˚yÓ˚û˛yê˛y ˆá°y áyÑ!í˛¸Ó˚ xÓ˚îƒ
10V !Ó•yÓ˚ñ Ä!í˛¸£Ïƒyñ x¶…˛ñ ï˛y!ü°öyíñ üôƒ≤ÈÏò¢ ˆÓÇ í˛z_Ó˚≤ÈÏòˆÏ¢Ó˚ ˛õî≈ˆÏüyã˛# Ó,«˛ Ä =Õ√ ~ÓÇ !ܲå%È ï,˛îû)˛!ü §¡∫!°ï˛
xÓ˚
í˛z_Ó˚ ÓˆÏDÓ˚ í˛z˛õˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ xÇ¢ !§Dy!°°y xû˛Î˚yÓ˚îƒ !ö¡¨ !•üy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ ˆÜ˛!ê˛ !ã˛Ó˚•!Ó˚Í xÓ˚îƒñ ˆÎáyˆÏö ܲˆÏÎ˚ܲˆÏ¢y Ó˚ܲˆÏüÓ˚
ˆ¢Ô!áö !¢“§yü@ˇÃ#Ó˚ üï˛ x!Ü≈˛í˛ñ !Ó!û˛ß¨ Ó˚ܲˆÏüÓ˚ ú%˛°ñ =Õ√°ï˛yñ xyFåÈy!òï˛ ˛õyÓ≈ï˛ƒ ~°yܲy– ~áyˆÏö °y° ˛õyu˛yÓ˚ üï˛
!ÓÓ˚° hflÏöƒ˛õyÎ˚#Ó˚ !Óã˛Ó˚î ˆ«˛e– ~åÈyí˛¸yÄ !ÓÓ˚° ï%˛£ÏyÓ˚ !ã˛ï˛y SSnow leapard) ñ !•üy°ˆÏÎ˚Ó˚ ܲyˆÏ°yÓyâ û˛yÕ‘%ܲ (Hima-
layan Black Bear)!Ó!û˛ß¨ Ó˚ܲü Óöƒ ˛˛õy•yí˛¸# åÈyà°ñ ÈÙÙÈ û˛yÓ˚y°ñ ˆ¢Ó˚y°ñ !¢Ó˚& •zï˛ƒy!òÓ˚ !Óã˛Ó˚Óˆ˚ « Ï ˛eñ ~åÈyí˛¸y ˆ°˛õyí≈˛ÈÙÙ!Ó!û˛ß¨
Ó˚ܲü í˛zU%˛Ü˛ ܲyë˛ˆÏÓí˛¸y°#ñ !Ó!û˛ß¨ Ó˚ܲü ˆüÔê%˛§# ˛õyá#ñ ˆÎyöy° ˆú˛çyrê˛ ã%˛E% Ó˚ñ !Ó!û˛ß¨ ú ˛ˆÏB˛y!°öñ Óœyí˛ ˆú˛çyŒê˛ñ ˆê˛∆yˆÏày˛õöñ
•zï˛ƒ!ò ˛õyÄÎ˚y ÎyÎ˚ñ ~åÈyí˛¸y í˛z_Ó˚ÓˆÏDÓ˚ ç°˛õy•z=!í˛¸ xÓ˚îƒ xM˛ÈˆÏ° Ó˚yá ~!¢Î˚y•z •y!ï˛ñ ï%˛£ÏyÓ˚ !ã˛ï˛yñ ˆüâ!ã˛ï˛yñ §yôyÓ˚î
!ã˛ï˛y Óyâñ Sleapard) àyí˛zÓñ˚ àu˛yÓ˚ñ Óöƒ ü!•£Ïñ ö#°ày•zñ !•üy°Ü˛yˆÏ°yû˛yÕ‘Ü% ˛ ñ Ÿ’Ì û˛yÕ‘Ü% ˛ñ ܲˆÏÎÜ˚ ˛≤ÃܲyÓ˚ í˛zU˛% ܲ ܲyë˛ˆÏÓí˛¸y°#
ã˛yÓ˚ Ó˚ܲü (civet) ˚ Óy û˛yÓ çyï˛#Î˚ ≤Ãyî# ÎÌy 1. Himalayan Pump civet 2.Pump civet Sû˛yüV 3. Small indian
civet Sà¶˛ ˆàyÜ%˛°V 4. Banturong,
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!ï˛!ï˛Ó˚ ܲˆÏÎ˚ܲ ≤ÃܲyÓ˚ {à°ñ ã˛yÓ˚ ≤ÃܲyÓ˚ ôˆÏö¢ ˛˛õ,!ÌÓ#Ó˚ Ó,•_ü [Giant Hornbil 8-9 ft] ôˆÏö¢ ˛õyá# Îy ò!«˛î û˛yÓ˚ˆÏï˛Ó˚
ܲˆÏÎ˚ܲ!ê˛ çD° Ä •zˆ®yˆöÏ!¢Î˚yˆÏï˛Ä ˛õyÄÎ˚y ÎyÎ˚ñ ÎyÓ˚ í˛yöyÓ˚ !ÓhflÏyÓ˚ [ 8-9 ft] ˛õyÑã˛ Ó˚ܲü !ú˛ˆÏäñ !Ó!û˛ß¨ Ó˚ܲü §%®Ó˚ Óî≈üÎ˚
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fly catcher, Ó%°Ó%°ñ ¢ƒyüyñ ö#°˛õÓ˚# (feary blue bird) xy°ï˛y˛õÓ˚# (Minivait), !Ó!û˛ß¨ Ó˚ܲü §Ó˚#§,˛õ ~ܲˆÏ¢yÓ˚
ˆÓ¢# ≤ÃܲyˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ x§yôyÓ˚î Ó˚ˆÏäÓ˚ !ÓöƒyhflÏ ≤Ãçy˛õ!ï˛ñ í˛zû˛ã˛ˆÏÓ˚ˆÏòÓ˚ ~ܲ!ê˛ !ÓÓ˚° ~ÓÇ xyò!ü ≤Ãçy!ï˛Ó˚ §y°yüyu˛yÓ˚ Óy öyê˛
~Ó˚ §ÇÓ˚!«˛ï˛ xÓ˚îƒ Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ – (Darjeeling )
û˛yÓ˚ˆÏï˛Ó˚ û)˛ÈÙÙÈ≤ÃÜ,˛!ï˛Ó˚ ~ï˛ ˜Ó!ã˛eƒ üÎ˚ xÓ˚îƒñ ç°y˛¢Î˚ xÓ˚ ï,˛îû)˛!üñ Ó,!‹TˆÏû˛çy xÓ˚îƒ §Ó˚°Óà≈#Î˚ ˛õy•yí˛¸#
xÓ˚îƒ •zï˛ƒy!ò ≤ÃÜ,˛!ï˛ û˛y°ÓyˆÏ§ö ~üö ˆòˆÏ¢Ó˚ üyö%ˆÏ£ÏÓ˚ ܲyˆÏåÈ !≤ÃÎ˚ ˆï˛ü!ö !ÓˆÏòˆÏ¢Ó˚ üyö%ˆÏ£ÏÓ˚ ܲyˆÏåÈ ~•z ˆòˆÏ¢Ó˚ ~•z
≤ÃyÜ,˛!ï˛Ü˛ ˜Ó!ã˛eƒ ï˛ˆÏï˛y!ôܲ xyܲ£Ï≈î#Î˚ Ä =Ó˚&c˛õ)î≈– ç#Ó !ÓK˛yˆÏöÓ˚ àˆÏÓ£Ïܲ ˆö¢yÎ˚ Ä ˆ˛õ¢yÎ˚ ≤ÃÜ,˛!ï˛ !Óò‰ üyö%ˆÏ£ÏÓ˚y
ˆÎû˛yˆÏÓ ï˛yÑÓ˚y ~•z xÓ˚îƒ ˆÌˆÏܲ Ó˚§ò §Ç@ˇÃ• ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ˛õyˆÏÓ˚ö ï%˛°öyÎ˚ §yôyÓ˚î üyö%£Ï ˛õÎ≈ê˛ö §%à!ë˛ï˛ öy •ÄÎ˚yÓ˚ çöƒ ˆÎû˛yˆÏÓ
≤ÃyÜ,˛!ï˛Ü˛ §¡õò ˆÌˆÏܲ Ó!M˛Èï˛ ÌyˆÏܲö– ~ܲ•z §ü§ƒyÓ˚ ܲyÓ˚ˆÏî û˛yÓ˚ˆÏï˛ ≤ÃyÜ,˛!ï˛Ü˛ §¡õò Óy xyîƒ §¡õò Ó˚«˛îyˆÏÓ«˛î Ä
ˆã˛yÓ˚y!¢Ü˛yˆÏÓ˚Ó˚ •yï˛ ˆÌˆÏܲ ÓyÑã˛yˆÏöyñ xÌ≈ܲyÓ˚# ܲyë˛ ã%˛!Ó˚ !•§yˆÏÓ çD° ˆÌˆÏܲ àyåÈ ã%˛!Ó˚ §yÇây!ï˛ Ü˛yÓ˚î !•§yˆÏÓ Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚ˆÏåÈ–
xyüyÓ˚ Î!ò xyüyˆÏòÓ˚ ÓöòÆÓ˚ ˆö¢yÎ˚ Ä ˆ˛õ¢yÎ˚ ≤ÃÜ,˛!ï˛!Óò‰ ~üö üyö%ˆÏ£ÏÓ˚ ï˛_¥yÓôyˆÏö !ÓK˛yö!û˛!_ܲ Ä çDˆÏ°Ó˚ ˛õˆÏ«˛
fl∫yfliƒ˛õò ~üö ˛õk˛!ï˛ˆÏï˛ ≤ÃÜ,˛!ï˛ ºüö (Ecotourism) ÷Ó˚& ܲˆÏÓ˚ö ~Ó˚ ˛ú˛ˆÏ° !Ó!û˛ß¨ åÈye ÎyÓ˚y ܲˆÏ°ç ≤Ãû,˛!ï˛ ˆÌˆÏܲ
!Ó!û˛ß¨ !¢«˛yü)°Ü˛ ºüˆÏî ÎyÎ˚ ï˛yÓ˚y í˛z˛õÜ,˛ï˛ •ˆÏÓ ~ÓÇ àˆÏÓ£ÏܲÓ˚yÄ ~ܲê˛y àˆÏÓ£ÏîyÓ˚ öï%˛ö û˛yu˛yÓ˚ ˆ˛õˆÏÎ˚ ÎyˆÏÓ– ~•z
˛õk˛!ï˛Ó˚ §%ú˛° !•§yˆÏÓ çD° ˆÜ˛!wܲ ≤ây§ö Ä çDˆÏ°Ó˚ üˆÏôƒ Ó§Óy§Ü˛yÓ˚# í˛z˛õçy!ï˛ Ä xy!òÓy§# üyö%ˆÏ£ÏÓ˚ ç#Óöñ §%¤˛
Ä §%àü •ˆÏÓ– ú˛ˆÏ° ã%˛!Ó˚ñ ≤Ãyî# •ï˛ƒy ܲˆÏü ÎyˆÏÓ– ~•z §y!Ó≈ í˛zߨï˛û˛yˆÏÓ ≤ÃÜ,˛!ï˛ §ÇÓ˚«˛î ˛õÎ≈ê˛ö ã˛y°yˆÏ° ≤Ãã%˛Ó˚ !ÓˆÏò¢# ≤ÃÜ,˛!ï˛
ˆ≤Ã!üܲ Ä ≤ÃÜ,˛!ï˛!Óò ~ÓÇ !ÓK˛yö# ~ˆÏòˆÏ¢Ó˚ xy§yÓ˚ Óƒy˛õyˆÏÓ˚ xy@ˇÃ•# •ˆÏÓö ñ ú˛ˆÏ° xöƒyöƒ ˆòˆÏ¢Ó˚ §ˆÏD §¡õÜ≈˛Ä xyˆÏÓ˚yÄ
§%ò,ì˛¸ •ˆÏÓ– §%ï˛Ó˚yÇ xyüyÓ˚ xö%ˆÏÓ˚yô ~•z §%®Ó˚ ≤ÃÜ,˛!ï˛ˆÏܲ xyˆÏÓ˚y §%®Ó˚ ܲˆÏÓ˚ ï%˛°%öñ àyåÈ °yàyöñ Óöƒ≤Ãyî# •ï˛ƒy Ó¶˛ ܲÓ˚&ö
~ÓÇ ≤ÃÜ,˛!ï˛ˆÏܲ xyˆÏÓ˚yÄ §%®Ó˚ ܲˆÏÓ˚ ï%˛°%ö–

Aunty, mummy ne chini mangi hai.


Aunnty : Acha aur kia kaha mummy nay ?
kid : Agar woh kamini na de, to pinki aunty se lay aana.

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Contents

Interview Dr. Jyotirmoy Jhampati


Dr. Soupayan Mitra
Dr. G. Bairagi
Dr. P. K. Saha
Mr. Vivekananda Biswas
Mr. Ashim Roy
Dr. Swapan Kumar Sen Gupta

From the Desk of G.S.

JECLAT’09
ULYSSES

QUIZ CLUB
PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB
MUSIC CLUB
DRAMA CLUB (Azantrik)
SPORTS & ATHLETIC CLUB
NATURE CLUB
Interview of Principal

Interviewed by :
Prabhat kumar (3rd year EE)
Disari De (3rd year EE)

Dr. J. Jhampati
Principal, JGEC

We : New students come with many expectations in this college. But their ideas do
not match the reality. What are your views in this regard ?

Sir : In what aspact .... is not clear to me. But I think they can take part in various extra
curricular activities (club activities). This may be interesting for them. Actually in their
cirriculam engineering matter is very little, that may be boring for them.

We : PG programme is going to start in our college. But there are insufficient hostels
till now. what measures are you going to take in this regard ?

Sir : EE & ME - this two departments are going to start PG right now. There are 15
seats for each department. They (the PG students) can stay in the quarlers temporarily
- Presently 30 lacs has been sanctioned and already given to PWD for construction of
hoste. We are trying to bring senior prof. from various universities for programme.
We : Present economic condition is very poor all over the world. As a result
compussing is greatly affected what ray of hope can you show in this hard time ?

Sir : See ... I.T. market is affected rightnow. Situation is changing. We are trying to
bring more care companies.

We : Library hours are insufficient and books are inadequate there what do you think in
this regard ?

Sir : Dont know library hours sufficient or not. But 25 lacc has been sanctioned for
books - as per my knowledge, books have been bought according to the list prepared by
students & teachers. It is not possible to provide the students with books of same
author. By the way, I admit that space problem is there, new library room is going to be
constructed soon.

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We : Sanitation is a great problem for the hostels. Besides routine check up is also
needed for the students. What do you think about this ?

Sir : Just give me proposal, I will do the rest. We have permanent doctor inside the
campus, obviously we can arrange routine check up prpgramme

We : We have heard that the new auditorium is going to set up in near future. But we
are still in darkness. If you please

Sir : Rs. 30 lacs has been already sanctioned for auditorium. Everything will start
after election. I can assure you that it will be completed before 2011.

We : Your opinion about club activities ? Are you satisfied or not ?

Sir : Sufficient funding is there. They are working well. There activities is satisfactory
with respect to past. If you are interested in forming a Science club, funding is there. If
you are interested visit. www. vigyanprasar.gov.in.

We : Other college like NITs JU organize for internship with well coell known compa-
nies. But we don’t get that opportunities. why so ?

Sir : We are trying our best, IIPC shell will be formed MN Dastur etc companies. are interested.

We : Maximum students dont have any idea about how the disiplinary committee works.
If you please tell us something.

Sir : We have no intention to spoil a student’s life, rather we try to bring him/her to the
main stream. The age you are passing through is very much tender and its very difficult
to do always the right thing-we are just to show you the way.

We : How much we are benifited from the NBA visit and world bank ranking ?

Sir : We are holding a very good position. Hope now our demand for deemed univer-
sity will be much effective. We will get more funding I am giving you the report of world
bank, you will understand the situation. we are now tied up with 20 universities all over
the world. Hope in coming future wer can send our students to visit there. We are trying
to tie up with IIS, IIT MUMBAI, in NEPTEN programme.

We : comment on moral characters of students.

Sir : Due to involvement in different club activities & think quite good now.

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We : Sir, what is your future plan ?

Sir : To make JGEC a centre of excellence in North Bengal.

We : Sir, your valuable message for us.

Sir : Be sincere and devoted.

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TATION UNIT [A GOVT. OF INDIA UNIT FOR WORLD BANK ASSISTED PROJECT
FOR TECHNICAL PROJECT FOR TECHNICAL EDUCATION]

Sl. Project Area National State (W.B) Jadavpur Jalpaiguri


No. Average Average University Govt. Engg.
(Lead College
Partner)

1. Project 8.6 8.9 9.2 8.0


Implementation

2. Implementation of 7.6 8.3 9.1 9.6


Institutional Reforms

3. Administrative & 7.9 8.6 8.8 9.4


Managerial Effi-
ciency Improvement

4. Quality of Education 7.3 7.4 9.1 9.4


Training & Services

5. Overall Perfor- 7.4 7.9 9.1 9.4


mance

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Interview of Dr. Saipayan Mitra

Interviewed by :
Prakash Kumar Singh (3rd year ME)
Prabhat Kumar (3rd year EE)

Dr. Saipayan Mitra


H.O.D. M.E.

Born and brought up in Jalpaiguri-Dr. Soupayan Mitra did his initial schooling at
Fanindradeb Instituition, situated in Jalpaiguri. He did his B.E. in Mechanical Engineer-
ing from J.G.E.C. (1986-90), M.E. in Mechanical Engineering from Jadavpur University
(1992)with specialization in Heat Power. He also got CSIR research fellowship in the
year 1992.He completed his PhD in 2001 from Jadavpur University. Before joining his
alma mater as a faculty he worked for 5 years in ABB ABL LIMITED, Durgapur.

Q.1. Every year the department of Mechanical Engineering organizes various educa-
tional programs for the students. How far do you think, students have benefitted from
these?
Ans : Seminars and conferences are very effective for the students. In the year 2009
itself we have organized seminars in ANSYS, SOLID WORKS where the students learnt
about these 2 sofisticated design softwares. We have also organized 2 international
seminars, a national seminar and a national conference recently in our college. Reme-
dial classes in Mechatronics was also organized last year where the students were
taught by eminent professors like Dr. S.K. SAHA (liT Delhi) and S.K.PAL (lIT
KHARAGPUR, also a pass out of J.G.E.C.) .Through these seminars not only the stu-
dents' remedies in some cources have been sorted out-we are developing good rela-
tions with eminent institutions of India and abroad. Coming of Dr. Robert Pieri and Dr.
Subhra Mitra (both from NDSU,USA) J.G.E.C. has got global exposure owing to which
we are planning student and faculty exchange program with these institutions .We have
developed good connections with the National University of Singapore(NUS)

Q. 2. Don't you think some key courses like Mechatronics and Computer Graphics
And Solid Modeling are going neglected due to lack of expert faculty? What measures is
the department taking to sort out this problem?
Ans : Well, there is really a problem in this area. The course on Mechatronics was
earlier used to be taken by faculty from the E.C.E. department but due to load of their
own department this course is definitely suffering. Similarly CG,SM used to be taken by
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CSC department's faculty. Now Prof. Asim Mahapatra of our department is developing
his skills in the subject. As against 18 sanctioned posts of faculty for UG, at present we
have only 8 faculties. We have time and again informed the authorities regarding this
problem. I have personally held talks with Mr. Tiwari, Principal Secretary department of
education, as well as the Education Minister, Govt. of West Bengal in this respect. But
the problem still persists.
Q. 3. Many eminent engineering colleges and universities offer projects to students
all over India. What help can we expect from our faculties in securing and implementing
these projects?
Ans : Department extends a helping hand to the students who are really interested in
doing projects. Last year 56 students did their summer training at the Jadavpur Univer-
sity. Talks are going on with Jadavpur University to include our students in various projects
in industry-institute partnership. A project on "solid waste management" is being planned
in association with Dr. Ye Shaochun of Tang Fang Renewable energy Research insti-
tute, Singapore and the National University of Singapore. Under this project we plan to
utilize hostel waste to produce electricity. Also, we want the students to actively come
forward and work on installation of mini/micro hydro power generation unit (even if the
output is in kw) on the bank of river behind the campus so that we can help nearby
villagers and others who live without electricity till this date.

Q.4. Since the last few years labs in manufacturing, Strength of Materials and Mea-
surement &Instrumentation are not going on smoothly, why so?
Ans : yes we are looking into the matter as the labs are very important part of technical
education. The strength of materials lab is taken by the Civil Engineering Department in
our college. We will talk to the Head of the Civil Engg. Department to regularize the lab.
The labs in Manufacturing Technology are being arranged regularly now after the staff
shortage in workshop has been dealt with(7 contractual basis technicians have joined
recently) .The Measurement and Instrumentation lab used to suffer due to shortage of
staff. 3 lab technicians have joined recently; with this the problem is likely to be solved to
some extent. Still we require expert faculty and staff in the specific field concerned
where we are lacking.

Q. 5. The need for a departmental library has been felt time and again by the students
.what do you think about it?
Ans : The concept of a departmental library is a very good one .but it is not feasible due
to lack of fund and staff. With a new full fledged central library building coming up, I think
the students' problems will be addressed. Already the college is providing the students
with the facilities of downloading e-journals and e-books, for which the college spends
6-8 lakhs of rupees.

Q. 6. You have also been a student of the same college, what differences do you see
in the standard of education of your time and the present?

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Ans : The level of theoretical knowledge being imparted is good. I feel practicals need
more attention. Overall standard of education has improved with the facilities of LAN,
Satellite link, e-journals, and e-books. We are using LCD projectors to make the stu-
dents understand and visualize things better; also links with leading institutes are grow-
ing day by day. Recent GATE results prove this. But the students are becoming less
inclined towards attending classes, this should be checked.
Q.7. Sir, don't you think taking up of college under WBUT has done no good to the
department?
Ans : Definitely, the syllabus, methodology of conducting exams as well as the evalua-
tion process of the university are under question .But with the coming of the new VC
things have started changing .We are trying hard to get university status for the college,
at least we need full autonomy in academic matters. For that we have to start PG
courses at the earliest. On securing university status we plan to introduce new branches
of study like MCA, Management, Bio technology, Tea technology etc.. We also want to
start a School of Energy Studies and a School of Nanotechnology here at J.G.E.C.

Q. 8. What are your future plans for the department?


Ans : I feel very proud to inform you that our department has got the accredition of NBA.
AICTE has given the affiliation to M.Tech course in "Production Technology and Man-
agement" in our department. We are giving special emphasis on research work. We
are working upon arranging student and faculty exchange program with many leading
institutes. For helping the students we have purchased DVDs of lectures in -
Mechatronics, Measurement and instrumentation, Fluid Mechanics, Robotics and Com-
puter Graphics and Solid Modeling. We are adapting to modern teaching methodolo-
gies. For this purpose we have recently purchased 4 more LCD projectors, a super
close LCD projection system has already been installed in the department along with a
digital board.

Q. 9. Sir your message to the students...


Ans : Student co-operation is very vital in all areas. Constructive critical feed back from
the students is of great help in improving the academic environment. What I feel is that
the feeling of belongingness to the college is depreciating in the minds of a section of
students. I would like to appeal to the students to work not only for themselves and their
families but also keep the national and social interests in mind. Work hard so that you
take the name of your college and country to new heights. I also wish them all the luck
for their future endeavours.

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Interview of Dr. G. Bairagi

Interviewed by :
Dishari De (3rd year EE)
Pravat Kumar (3re year EE)
Santanab Majumder (3rd year EE)
Dr. G. Bairagi
H.O.D. CE

Q.1. Sir, what do you think about student activities (movement?) in our college?
Ans : The students are good as they were in the past years (smile).But if they have
some issues you should discuss it with the authority instead of me actually! (Smile)…

Q. 2. As the HOD of our Civil Engineering Dptt. what is your opinion about
implementation of mastic asphalt in our college campus road?
Ans : In this issue I can only comment on the technical aspect .i.e. the road will survive
(smile) for many years to come. But I can’t say anything more than that and don’t ask
me about this topic any more.

Q. 3. NBA has cancelled your departmental affiliation for BTECH. As department HOD
are you ready to take the responsibility?
Ans : Look, I have tried my level best. But we haven’t got much faculty in our dptt. So
the obvious shortcomings are unavoidable.

Q. 4. Sir, what do you think, why are the new professors not recruited in your
department?
Ans : Look, the money that we get is not sufficient. So Government should allow some
privet (or, government) project works so that the needs of both sides are fulfilled (smile)…

Q. 5. But, Sir, this has not been the situation for many years…Our seniors (pass-
outs) had had some very god lecturers!
Ans : People have to change with time (smile)!!!...There is a big difference in morality!

Q. 6. Sir, please explain the term “morality”…..


Ans : Actually, in past, there are some people, who never thought about money. Their
main goal was to build the nation. What I want to say, that IDEAL PEOPLE….And now
a days a majority of people, run only for money…there are very few idiots left, like
me(smile) ,who just love to teach.
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Q. 7. Sir, Central as well as state government issues pay commission…..What is
your opinion, is that attract new comers?
Ans : (smile)…..Govt. sector can never beat privet sector….just see….within a very
few days…privet sectors will also increment their pay scale…..
Q. 8. Sir…the no of ideal teachers is day by day diminishing…So what will be the
future of our next generation??
Ans : People like you have to take the responsibility…you should go for higher
study…complete your PhD…and then join any institution…but we cant force
anyone…but hope that some of the student will become professors(smile)

Q. 9. Professors from jadavpur etc etc… can go for further enhancement in the foreign
universities… Sir in your dpt, can professors go for further research in other eminent
institute?
Ans : Look, already I told you that there is shortage of staff in our dpt, now if one of them
go abroad
The condition of our dpt will be critical…but it is totally a personal matter of thinking…..

Q. 10. Sir…Please tell us about your life…(copy from previous magazine…) Sir..
message for us….
Ans : (smile)…Just concentrate on what you believe….you are all good students…
maintain your status…..

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Interview HOD, ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DEPT.

Interviewe by :-
Prabhat Kumar (3rd year EE) ,
Abhijit Chowdhury (2nd year, EE)
Sumanta Das. (2nd year, EE)
Dr. P.K. Saha
H.O.D (E.E.Dept.)

Schooling form ‘Kalna Maharaja High School’. B.E. from ‘B.E. College Sibpur (now
BESU )in 1986, M.Tech. from ‘IIT - Kharagpur” in ‘MDPE’ IN 1988 (JAN).
Then joined os Asst. Engineer (Q.A) in ‘Incab Industries Ltd. JSR and the NICCO Orissa
Ltd. ‘Asst. Engineer. Joined JGEC in 1991 (Feb.) Compled P.Hd (Engg). in 2007 from
NBU.

1. Q . We have a department paper called Basic E lectrical engineering in 1st year - in


which we are not getting proper guidance and it’s being very difficult for us to under-
stand departmental papers in future years. What steps are you taking regarding this
serious problem ?
A : No, No ... a parttimer, retired teacher has been alloted. But oftenly it has been noticed
that the students are not attending the classes. He is corect about his duty, but stu-
dents are not showing interest.
So, only the techer should not be blamed, students should strech thieir hands out.

2. Q. A mass of students have to do one experiment at a time. So, it’s difficult to


perform the experment efficiently. What is your suggession about this problem ?
A : It’s not your fault. All the students should be divided in 5 or 6 groups and should be
given different experiments. I promise, I shall check it in next time

3. Q. As per students opinion, there are not sufficient book magiznes or jounals in the
library of our electrical society. Have you taken any stop to increase the stock of books
on ou library?
A : No,No... the society is not dirctly related to the authority. I mean It has been orga-
nized by the students and run by the students.
So, No ... their responsibility to enhacnce it . We can help you our best
So, student should come forward at first, with proper interest and responsibllity.

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4. Q. We can have a project session at the end of every year on the basis of the
subject taught in that year. What is your openion about this ?
A: Yes, well proposal. It can be done. But, if this is not compulsory, then how many
students will get intested ?
But, surely it can managed for the willing ones.

5. Q. We are taught many subjects in 4 years in our college and it’s not possible to
remember all these papers. We are confused how much of these is necessary regard-
ing our job in industry ? what do yu suggest ?
A : (Smile)... Very difficult question. Practically, there is no syllabus has yet been imple-
mented in India which is totally job oriented.
But, from my industrial knowledge, I can say that theoritical knowledge should
be paid in your field.

6. Q. So what do you think that how much the industry participation is needed for im-
proving our technical and industrial knowledge ?
A : Truly speaking, in our industries here, there is no such infrustructure that can pro-
vide you proper technical knowledge. But, if you can arrange any seminar or something
like that, our department will co-operate providing all the equipments needed.

7. Q. There should be an interaction class between teachers students and senior


regarding confusions and guidance on behalf of Electrical society. What is your openion?
A : Good... Very good proposal. you can arrange it in any weekday within 9:30 am. to
5:30. No problem, we will help you.

8. Q. What is your future plans regarding the development of our department ?


A : Look, our department is quite developed in infrustructure. We have good lab facility
internate facility good staffs etc. But, you have to utilize it properly.
Most of the students shold be involved in the development of their depertment and they
have to take responsibility. If you can arrange projects regualrly, we can make it pub-
lished as a journal.

9. Q. What are the basic differences do you notice between your engineering student
life and that of ours ?
A : (Immediately) There was a discipline and punctuality, honour to the elders’ But, it is
gradually decreasing. We never opposed our teachers. Moreover, we never be worried
about the salary.
But...

10. Finally, message to us -


Study well, pay attention to your labs and be technically updated, I want to see
you at the peak of the success.
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Interview of Mr. Vivekanda Biswas

Interviewed by :
Debarshi Ghosh (4th year IT)
Prakash Kr. Singh (3rd year ME)
Vivekananda Biswas
Asstt. Poctor, JGEC

Q. 1. Many students want to know who is the Proctor of our college. And with it th work
area of Proctorial Section.
A: Basically there is no post for in our college. Post of Asst. Proctor was created 20-25
years ago. You should make an appeal to the Principal keeping in view the recent strength.
a) Sorry for interruption but why will we handle the ball where there is college adminis-
tration..
Ans : No comments. Only I can say I need 2 clerck (Group - c) for smooth running of my
section. And Proctorial Section is mainly concerned with Hiostel Co-ordination & Schol-
arship.
b) Can the students apply for FFS/HFS who got admitted after recounselling ?
A : Offcourse. We will take this case under consideration.
C) After 2000, students strength get doubled. But the no. of FSS/HFS students remain
unaltered. Any step from proctorial Section ?
A: We just function under certain guidelines. Students alongwith authority should move
for it :
Q .2. Student representatives cann’t make the most out of BOG meeting due to lack of
inner co-ordination. As an In-Charge of student affairs. don’t you think that some special
power should be vested upon you ?
A : Within protocols, I cann’t comment right now.
Q. 3. Exam-Section and Proctorial Section co-ordination. Any step after last year assur-
ance ? Any student representative in meeting 7 days altimately we get sandwiched
between the tast.
A : We generally meet as per requirement. We will try to make it regular. And Students
should appeal to the Principal for their membership. I understand your intention now.
Q. 4. frequent interrruption in Hostel 04 water supply. What to do with ?
A : Basically PHE (Civil) is in the charge of pipelining upto H-04 you please contact
Kapoor Sir in Siliguri.
Q. 5. An entirely new holstel and H - 03, entention. Can we expect. Support from you if
students want to shorm any BOG ?
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Ans: Yes.
Q. 6. Students have complainsts that you haven’t elevated yourself from merely signing
for 4 clubs. Your answer.
Ans : I’m Trying but tell me what kind of help I can render.
a) As you are dealing lots of public, everyday we can expect adds so that the club
management can dare to bring radical change.
Ans : Ok ... Let me see what can I do...
Q. 7. Many students con’tpay tution fees as stipend comes late.
Ans : We are working over this matter.
Q. 8. Railway concession forms has now been reduced from 400 to 200 Again no steps
after your assurance to halt N.B. Supperfast at Town or Road Station.
Ans : I have taken personal initiative. With the assitance of Teachers Council & then
through me student should make an appeal to the honourable MP and MLA to put the
issue in standing committee
Q. 9. Quite amazed to see three imp members (PHE, N.E. Frontier Railway) and wel-
fare office) out of Governing Body.
Do you consider It lack of farshtedness ?
Ans : I don’t know.
Q. 10. Your observation over students’ initiative after 2007
Ans: To be very frank, I have never ever seen such rapid change. And the enthusiasm &
executing capability has well been relayed from 2007 union free-mixing and loca inter-
action are the bi-products
Q. 11. Significance of the newly built road.
A : I don’t know
Q. 12. Your initiative for the permanency of Gym. trainer.
Ans : Not taken yet. Will go for it.
Q. 13. Keeping in view the recent scenario, don’t you think there needs medically cam-
paign over AIDS and other.
Ans : I agree. Will keep it in mind.
Q. 14. Keeping mind the interest of 12 club a four wheeler from Block Grant can con-
tinuing it can serve studens for medical purpase also. Can we expect any step from
you ?
Ans : Cann’t assure but it is a good idea.
Q. 15. message to students.
Ans. Excel in every spehres of life.

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Interview of Mr. Ashim Roy
Mr. Ashim Roy Interview by :
Works superindent, JGEC Prakash Kr. Singh (3rd year ME)
Disari De (3rd year EE)

Introduction : After completing his B. Tech in mechnical Engg. from NIT Durgapur
professor Ashim Roy did his masters degree from IIT KGP with specilisation in Material
handling science and technology. He has experienc of five years. working in a German
firm dealing in Material handling equipment design.

Q. 1. Sir do you think that the theory and practical (job) classes in the workshop are
going on satisfactory ?
Ans : Yes I am satisfied with the classes having taken. Regular classes are being held
and most of the syllabus is being completed. The three classes alocated for classes
required theoritical knowledge as well as for doing the job.
Q. 2. There is acute shortage of staff in the work shop due to which the classes are
being affected. What steps are you taking, to overcome this problem ?
Ans : Its true that there was a stortage of staff in each shop but it is a thing of past now.
After placing regular demand for staff before the authority, I have managed to secure
eleven part time instructors. Now I hope that every class will be held regularly and no
class will go missing due to lack of staff in the workshop.
Q. 3. Advanced welding is a very important part of the curriculm. But the practical classes
for the same are not held why so ?
Ans: Previously there was only. 1 instructor in the welding shop. Also there was a
shortage of some equipment required for welding expertment. Recently we have pur-
chased the MIG welding, TIG welding seam welding and the buttwelding M/cs. along
with welding rectifoers. With the equipments procured an staff allocated the classes for
advanced welding will be held properly
Q. 4. The workshop boasts of having the ‘’cupola” furne but its working has never been
shown to the student. why so ?
Ans : For the last six years the cupola furnes is not in working condition also there was
no experts staf who could look after it
Q. 5. Working in the workshop involves a lot of hazards but there are no first aid boxes
to be seen in any of the shops. How do you explain this?
Ans : I personaly feel that safty should come first. Keeping this in mind the studentsa
are given safety precaution instructions. I have made provision for first-aid in each and
every shop but due to miss management some time the students fail to get first aid. for
emergency purpose there is a first-aid box in my chember which any one in the work-
shop can use
Q. 6. Most of the lathe M/c and the milling M/c are outdated and out of order. no. Job can
be done on this machine. Don’t you think that these need replacement ? Your coments.
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Ans ; The Lathe m/s in the shop are 30 to 40 years old.These Lathe machines are
manual and belt driven I have made a proposal to auction these and purchase modern
automatic gear driven lathe machine also have made a proposal for CNC type milling
machines but the fund has not been alocated yet.
Q. 7. Please tell us to some thing about the new machones that have been installed in
various shops. What is the feture planes for abrading the workshop ?
Ans : Keeping inview the post graduate coursces to be started, and utilissing the fund
made available to us under TEQIP, We have spent 24 lakh rupees to purchsdd Hydrulic
facing machine, Air compresor, BHN and Roch well hardness testing machine MIG
welding, TIG welding But welding seam welding machine, Digital tounge testor, vertical
driving machine, wood turning lathe, circular saw, Automatic band saw and circular saw
sharpner and granding machnine. I have proposed to set up an metallurgy lab and a
modern Automobile lab which will required for the P.G. course. Only alocation of fund is
not enough man power and help from the authority is also needed.
Q. 8. At the time of B.Tech project what help does the work shop extend to the stu-
dents?
Ans : We supervise the students in carrying out the project relatd work in the workshop.
As far as machanical engg. students are concerned the do not need much helps for
working on verious machnies. for the students of other departments we have to give
special attension. No separate estimate is made available to us reguarding the project
material. Every year we procure materials for the workshop classes. If these materials
are required by the students for their project we make if available to them
Q. 9. Are you satisfied with the performance of the students in the workshop ?
Ans : No I am no satisfied with the performance of the students. other than those of M.E
dept. student other then those of machanical engg. department ignore the work shop in
the 1st year. tninking that it is of no use to them. “workshop is the heart of engineerin” In
any manufacturing firm the knowledge impart in the workshop is required for all be they
from any department
Q. 10. Your message to the students.
Ans : I would like to request the students not to be marks oriented. They should takes
special interest in workshop and practical because engineering in incomplete without
this. You can’t become a good engineer by neglecting this area student should come
and try to learn and operate various machnine. They will gain a cut.

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Interview of Dr. Swapan Kumar Sen Gupta

Interviewed by :
Prakash Kr. Singh (3rd year ME)
Moumita Dutta (3rd year ECE)

Dr. Swapan Kr. Sengupta


H.O.D. ECE & T. P.O.

Dr. Swapan Kumar Sen Gupta has done Msc in physics with specialization in Electronics
and Radio physics. He has done PhD in experimental work on quantum electro dynamics
related to photon-atom interaction processes including sophisticated data acquisition
systems. His involvement in research work is praise worthy with a long list of research
papers published in well known international journals. He was the Ex-Director of
University Science Instrumentation center, North Bengal University prior to joining
J.G.E.C.
Q. 1. Sir when did you join our college and how?
Ans : The ECE and CSC department started in 2000 and IT in 2001.At that time
Professor. Chatterjee of Civil- Engineering department was the principal of the college.
He met me in a meeting when I was a faculty of MCA in North Bengal University .Already
I had taught power electronics to the students of Electrical-Engineering in 1986 as
honorary visiting faculty . Proffessor Chatterjee asked me to help him out as there was
practically no teacher in CSC department and only one lady teacher in ECE department
.Thus I joined Jalpaiguri Govt Engineering College as the professor of the ECE
department in may 2003.

Q. 2. Lot of things have improved in the recent past. what more improvement do you
think is need in the ECE department?
Ans : When I joined the college, I found that the first and foremost thing required is a
well equipped lab, but unfortunately we did not get any financial help from the 1st phase
of TEQUIP fund released by the World Bank. I developed the laboratories of the ECE
dept with special grants obtained through sustained individual efforts from the Govt. of
West Bengal. The present state in the laboratories in the ECE department is reasonably
good and I feel lot of satisfaction. Now that we have got the NBA accreditation we are
going to utilize it in the best possible way. To cope up with the faculty problems in CSE,
ECE and IT departments, I invite very senior experienced Professors from Jadavpur -
University, Calcutta University, BESU and North Bengal University. These Remedial
teaching has been very successful and rewarding so far.
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Q. 3. Sir tell us something about your experience as the training and placement officer.
Ans : I am basically a teacher not a training and placement officer. Well , Dr. Subrata
Mandal was the TPO at the time I joined as full time Professor in ECE . Dr. Mandal left
the service of the college in 2006.I remember visiting IT companies like CTS, TCS etc.
along with Dr. Mandal in Kolkata. At that time practically no campussing took place for
the core departments. Prof. Arjun Sarathi Ray, Principal at that time, asked me to handle
the post of TPO . He said that‘’Sir, there’s no one in this college who has enough
enthusiasm to handle this post”. I knew that I have the capability of convincing people.
Many students, in spite of possessing merit don’t get jobs .This was going in my mind
and I finally decided to accept the post. I decided that all the students should deposit
some money in advance and finally if they are not placed then they will get the money
back .The students themselves should handle the money. Thus the monetary
management was started. I think that software companies are not the place for the
core dept students. After four years of studying I can’t see them doing some mundane
IT related jobs. I decided to stop poaching of the students of the core department. And
the placement is 98% for the civil engineering in the year 2008.Do you know that
companies like M N DASTOOR , HCC, L&T do not go to any private engineering college,
not even to the Kalyani Govt Engineering College? Many of our former students have
reached the summit of different companies in India .

Q. 4. Many colleges arrange for some project work or internship in collaboration with
different companies. Are we going to get such opportunities?
Ans : Yes, we have approached M N DASTOOR and 6 other companies. AICTE gives
financial assistance worth 5-lacs per year for Industry-Institute collaboration. Let’s see
what can be done.

Q. 5. What message do you want to give to the students at the time when recruitment
is on down fall, all over india?
Ans : No one knows when the economic condition will improve. But the situation will
change soon .whatever you say, but India’s condition is far better than others. At least
India’s banking system is stable. Indian market still has some liquidity. Outsourcing will
never stop. I preferred CTS, IBM so far because the bench- candidates are less in CTS
.They never consume what they can’t digest.

Q. 6. Tips for campussing……


Ans : The advantage of on-campussing is that we can convince them in many ways.
But I am only a mediator so the students have to prove themselves. I always believe
that we are not known by our clothes but by the blood we carry. So if you have the
quality then they are bound to select you. I am happy to say that the students who get
selected try really hard for others. I feel young mixing with young people so I like to help
them out.

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Q. 7. Changes that you want to see in the academic system of our college…
Ans : I think minimum discipline must be maintained in a college. And yes, our students
are well disciplined. I would like to include some points-
1. Student must have the right to give assessments of the teachers (without disclosing
their names) so that the problems can be sorted out for the betterment of the teaching
system.
2. Internal assessments in our college are not proper. Special attention should be given
to this.
3. Post graduation courses should be started in our college from this year to improve
the level of education which we expect to begin from next session.

Q. 8. Sir, would you like to share some of your achievements?


Ans : I have spent a greater part of my life doing research work in India and abroad .
Many research papers of mine have been published in reputed international journals.
I was a visiting research associate at the University Of Pittsburg (USA) from 1984 -
2008. I was awarded special research grant from the NSF, USA and DST, govt. of India
for experimental works under Indo-US collaborative research program 1996-2000. I
was the Indian coordinator in the Indo-US workshop organized at North Bengal University
in 1996 and 2003. I also designed and fabricated Electronic Hand-held Lung Function
measuring Instrument, which is used at the chest department of P.G. Hospital, Calcutta.
Currently I am engaged in writing a book “HISTORY OF RADIATION”

Q. 9. Sir, your message to students…


Ans : I would like to tell the students to be patient and keep working hard. I see many
students going for management studies after B.Tech; this is something I don’t like. I
would like to tell them to go for higher studies in their own departmental subjects. There
are excellent research opportunities in US and UK. Appear for GRE and go for MS. If
not abroad at least appear in GATE exam and do higher studies from the IITs.
In the end I wish the students good luck for their future . May all their dreams and
endeavours be fruitful.

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From the desk of G.S.
Mainak Chatterjee

As to fulfill the request from Magazine club, I am writing the good as will as the
incompleted jobs, which we have performed in 2008-09 in same page.
Actually to be honest if I write some true words, then if might hurt some, as the
truth is always bitter to digest. When the students’ union was handed over to us. we
were in total darkness, without knowing what to do, where to go whom to meet we
started our venture with just a formal introduction with our principal. When we were in
second year, we heard about big projects of hostel development a lot of things were
coming to our hostels, according to someone’s minister - like addness, but if was just a
lecture, real extance was nil.
Now if I not down some of our achievements, one may think, we are blowing our
own trumpet. Beeing formal and keeping in mind all the criticism I am writing that one by
one.
1. Hostel ammenemities
a) 0.8 KVA inverters are installed in all the holstels.
b) Aqua-600 aquaguard capable of purfying 600 ltr. are brought for all the hostels.
c) 3 LG - 29 inch flatron television have been purchased for hostel No. - 1,4,& ladies
hostel.
d) LG 230 litre refrigetor has been purchased for ladies hostel as well a mixer grinder
(Phillips)
e) A new homegym is installed in the ladies hostel.

Apart from these instruments we have also purchased some equipments for
common room. 9 am writing that hostel wise.
f) Hostel No - 2 Brench Cum Chair - 5 nos, Laser Printer (HP 1020 Lasejet) 1no. High
speed pedastal Fan Havells - 1 No. , Plastic Chair (Lopoz) - 49 Nos.
Hostel No. 1 Plastic Chair (Cello) - 60 Nos, Padastal fan (Havells) - 2 nos Table Tenis
Board (Tiger).
g) Hoste No - 4 Plastic Chair (Nilkamal) - 75 pcs. Stand Fan - 2 nos Ceilling Fan - 2nos
Mixure Grinder - 2 nos. T. T Board (Tiger)
h) Hostel No - 3 Plastic Chair - 60 nos Stand Fan - 1 nos Home Theater (Philips)- 1 nos
DVD Player - 1 nos Master Digital Clock - 1 nos Laser Printer (HP 1020) - 1 nos
Now I come to the club reports :-
i) Magazine club : They have organised a creative writing debate competition on 14th -
15th job and going to published their collection in middle of April .
ii) Sport Club : Various sports equipments have been distributed among the students
likewise Badminton Rackets, shuttles, volley ball, vally ball net, Badminton net, football
(Nike), footbal cone, Two brand new cricket ball (BDM, SG) various cricket instruments,
carrom Boards, IT boards. Track suits
A company has sponsored our college football team T-shirts.
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our college cricket team is slected as the best emerging team in DSA (Jalpaiguri).
A new punching bag is bought for gymnacium
Drama club :As per my knowledge they have bought their own costumes, and going to
organise a special drama might for the first year students. only.
iv) Music club : Purchased ME 15 Zoom
v) Nature club has starded a new venture they have made garden in sport of Gymnacium,
ladies hostel, hostel No.-2 Hostel No-1 Hostel No.-4 & planning to make in Hostel No. - 3
vi) Quize Club : Quiz club has taken some new ventures likewise they have organised
‘virtuoso’ with Magazine club and planning a quiz program for 1st year only on 1th april
to enhance the quizing culture of johr
vii)Trakking Club : Trakking Club planned to have excursion to Gochhala (Sikkim) on
April and purchasing new tent etc.
viii) Dance Club : A music system brought for Hostel No - is given to Danc club.
ix) Photography Club - Mukund knows better then me. & T shirt designing.
x) Arts & Crafts : They have organised a paining competition (inter Jalpaiguri).
Except club activities :
i) I new light (Metal) towers have been installed arround the campus.
ii) 15 solar cells are also installed in several place.
iii) A new e-ticket booking counter is started in the main college gate.
Incomplete Objects :-
i) Extension for hostel No-3 has started but not yet completed
ii) A projecter, Screen, negative scanner, handycam (sony) two tele lens, inverter for
present auditorium is still to be purchased. I hope it will be purchased soon.
iv) A dream of new auditorium is still a dream.
v) Implement of new security system is not yet done.
I hope our next union will carry forward these issues.
I would like to thank all the club secretaries for their heartist efforts. An army can
never be formed with one man. It requires a group of enthusiastic boys. I am lucky. That
I got those boys who were not only friends but showed me the right way as guide to
overcome all the hinderence. Thank you all again.
I dont think this is the place to discuss the personal matter or affairs.
Message to next G.S. While taking some new steps or doing some new thing you may
some hinderence, try to solve that in a cool mind don’t get angry because anger brnigs
destructions. Try to be indifferent in any situation & do what you want to do. People can
criticise your work take that criticism as a constructive one. Finally I would like to say
like does not depend on apprehentions, it depends on facts. Best of luck.

Why is Industrial growth so slow in Tamilnadu & Kerala


bcoz 86% of the work time is spent on lifting, folding & holding the lungi

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JECLAT’09
ULYSSES
-Transcending the Rubicon…

Quest for absolute liberty and bliss have been coming down since time
immemorial. The more you brood on worldly cares, the more you get entangled in
worldliness. Hence Jaluites find time to cease reining in themselves. And they found it
again this year as JECLAT’09 ULYSSES set in. It was a true ULYSSES- an eventful
journey.
1st March, 2009_ It was the morning of a spring day. The 42nd Annual Festival of
the college was yet to be on the track. Before the extravaganza, it was imperative to
bow down in ovation and gratitude to our society-the source of all resources for any
unique endeavour. And our token of gratitude to the society was in the form of the blood
donation camp which was a joint venture with the Students’ Health Home, Jalpaiguri.
2nd March, 2009_ Once the reverberations of the strings had concorded into a
symphony, it was the day when we were there to just play the notes. As soon as Mrs
Dipti Dutta, Honourable Sabhadhipati, Jalpaiguri Zilla Parisad, lighted the lamp and
declared the festival open, the stage was set to celebrate life at JGEC in all its forms.
While in events like Saptapadi, Rock On, Rhythm Divine etc the supreme sublimity of
music was reaffirmed, InQUIZitive, Tug of Words, Debate etc churned the minds of
many boasting of erudition. Skitz and Fully Faltoo were pure fun whereas Disc-e-Jolu
left everyone shaking his legs. Parallely Haute Couture and Creative Writing showcased
the ingenuity of our students.
The new additions of the fest, Joke-o-mania and Ramp-age, were absolute hits and I
am sure they are going to be an integral part of the menu from now on.
Finally ULYSSES found its idol in Mr. Sumit Kumar, who won the title of Mr. JECLAT’09.
The evening of 7th March was for 40th rendezvous ‘REVENEZ’- Rumination of
Exuberance and night was for everyone to surrender to the tunes of DJ Joy.
8th March, 2009_ GRAND SOCIAL NITE -Yes, the eternal wait was finally over. A
verve of delight had filled every spirited heart in the campus. It was the time for euphoria
to take over us. Javed Ali set the tone for the night with his elegant style and hit bollywood
numbers. After that Rupam Islam’s FOSSILS took the centre stage and won our hearts
with its trademark mix of rock and melody. The final performance of the night was from
Vishal Dadlani led ‘PENTAGRAM’ and the audience had a blast with his rocking
performance.
An event of such grandeur requires financial resources to suffice and here we
found the able support of our sponsors viz. Virgin Mobile, Indian Oil, Yamaha, IMS etc.
in making our dreams come true. Needless to say that the ex-Jaluites were as generous
as ever in making contributions for the same.

However, by no means it is possible to depict those days and the previous


ones in words. Actually it’s a process that consists of the elements yielded from the
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day to day life of this campus and defines its tone. So to conclude here we can say that
the entire joy, expectation, rushes, tiredness etc are the offerings to that spirit which
leads us to work wonders. So when we leave a step to be forwarded, a history is
created and thus the recurrence of rubicons leads to a never ending tradition.

No more words right now. It’s the time meant for the retrospection and nostalgia
… and it is the time to hand over the lighted lamp to our successors and to tell them
‘Keep it lighted and keep it away from the shadows of oblivion’.

Raja Vinay Singh


On Behalf of
42nd Annual Fest Committee

Baap : beta, paper kaisa huwa ?


Beta : bus pehla sawal choota gia !
Baap : acha! aur baqi ?
Beta : teesra mujhe aata nehi tha ! chotha mai karna bhool gia! Paanchwa mujhe nazar
nehi aya! Chatta paper ki pichle taraf tha, maine dekha he nehi.
Baap : ghusy mai bola aur dosra ?
Beta : bus sirf wohi galat hua hai.

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QUIZ CLUB
It’s all about our love and affection my friends. If you love something, some day
or the other you are must have get the chance to express it. Nothing else matters. It can
be a girl, a car, or it can by be your affection towards ‘knowledge’ ... and when it is
“knowledge” - Quiz Club of JGEC is always there for you.
About me. as a member or the secretary of JGEC Quiz club. I can say. I am
such a quize maniac, who never participated in any quiz final. Here it is - Love of my
seniors draw me here and I got a chance to cultivate my knowledge bank. It’s our senior,
sourav Majumdar’s dream to have a quiz club in this campus and he drew me into his
dream also Few of us visualize the dream and shoulder the responsibility to make it a
story of success. Frankly, lot of hardship is faced to make ‘RENSEIGNER’ a success-
ful renseigner. And Kaushik Saha, Jaris Alam, Raja Vinay Singh, Chinmoy Sahoo, Saikat
Bagchi, Abhijit Sarkar are the name who rather have most credits. And at the end of all,
according to one of our member, “Quiz Club is the hoppiest family”.
That is what our best feeligs or achievement. And it is what we deserve from
you, our juniors Santanabh Majumdar, Nakib Akhtar, Sovan Roy, Mainak Chakraborty,
Prakash Sing, Susobhan Parui Who you are the one who have the equal feelings, love
and capacity to continue with this journey of knowledge. In the quiz club, knowledge
obviously matters, but this graph can not be parallal every year, but the graph of love
and feelings must always be parallel, it is our request or order from your seniors.
So friends, this is our quiz club and some day in future when we will come back
to the college, hope we will have a quiz club with great success story on which we can
be proud of as one of the founder members of the club. It is all about your love to the
college, to the quiz club and to the dream what we have about the club ‘Make it one of
the best quiz Centre in the Bengal.
This is our dream and make it your also.

Koushik Saha
Manojit Sarkar

A father asks peon : How are the studies in this college ?


Where do I see my son in future ?
Peon : The future is bright, I had also completed my engineering from the same college!

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PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB
The word “Photography” comes from the French Photographic which is based
on the Greeck word “Phos” means light and Grophic ‘styles’ or represunation by means
of lines or drowing in simple word ‘drawing with light’
The first permanent photograph was an ignore produced in 1826 by the French
inventor Nicephore Niepce.
About our club :
Ther are various precious equipments in our club line then SLR comer as (Nikon
FM10 DLOX) a sony Handy cam, a newly purchase simple zoom lense well equiped.
dark room for negative development. Accently we also started a indoor studio. In which
members can also used indoor photography.
In college activities and function our member give their hard contribution to take
their snaps and videos. Our next programme is to purchase negative scanner and
lesser printer.
We also organised a photo exibition in our college and give a slide show in the
other function of our college and in the book fairs.
Lastly but not the last I am giving special honour to Jaychand Chowhan (3rd yr.
ME) for his good knowledge about photography and giving his valuable time for the
photography club. I also thankful to Rajesh Priyadarshini, Bikash Chandra Dinkar and
Preeti Kumari for his contribution to our club.

Abhijit Naskar
Mukund Kr. Thakur

First law of love :


“ A boy in love with a girl, continue to be in love with her and a girl in love with a boy,
continue to be in love with him, until or unless any external agent (brother or father of the
girl) comes into play and break the legs of the boy.”

Second law of love :


The rate of change of intesity of love of a girl towards a boy is directly proportional to the
instantaneous bank balance of the boy and the direction of this love is same as incre-
ment or decrement of the bank balance.

Third law of love :


“The force applied while proposing a girl by a boy is equal and opposite to the force
applied by the girl while slapping.

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MUSIC CLUB
Visibility almost nil. Hard to guess what’s waiting on the other side of frost. Midnight. I.D.
Nil, Dipten, Bikash, Sourav walking swading lonely road near oval. We are returning
from practice. Nothingless than the sene when string broke up and curtain suddenly
falls at least for me realling uncertainty. What’s a conspiracy of time.
Working all day throughout with my year mates and adorable juniors was never
a easy task for me. But at the same time, I learnt a lot from the budding talent to en-
hance myself every second.
Finally the day of Music nite on 6th march, 2009, arrives, for which we prolonged
for and dispel our gutts when other find it comfortable to take a nap. We have’t spared a
single chance to charge the fully crowed auditorium dispite its compatibility. After 2
years girls just set the stage on fire and showd they are not ready to leave the spotlight
with any fight
After exeeding the public expectation there lied a huge and formidable opposi-
tion ... yes that time I vigil my teammates and felt something ... we are our own competi-
tors. I have never ever seen such a spirit before finnally Music fest knocked at the door
& we, team Bonzonora was all set to show, music Nite wasn’t a one match wonder.
The thrust, the zeal, the enthusiam that bath our performers and crowd showered can
put any one in a trance hard to get out of it.
Everything has a dark side. One sang after one just woving the crowd, ... and
just at the backstage a very common but everlasting scene was happening then. The
tears that bridge and brother us once again even made me nostalgic & let me count
those golden moments I once shared. Readers just hold your tongue, let me cry.
This history will go an & this club will go above all vices - all the least I can
eternally wish. Cann’t even imagine how will I spore those evening without the drum,
guitars... Byee friends.

Sumit Sarkar
Nilkanta Bhattacharyya

Munna aur circuit


MUNNA BHAI : Circuit, bole toh yeh Ford kya hai ?
CIRCUIT : Bhai, gaadi hai.
MUNNA BHAI : Toh phir, yeh oxford kya hai ?
CIRCUIT : Bole toh, simple hai bhai. ox maane bael, Ford maane gaadi. oxford bole toh
Bael Gaadi.

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DRAMA CLUB (Azantrik)

The root of ‘Drama’ is a Greek word meaning ‘action’ classical Greek :- Sp α ′ u…)
which is derived from ‘to do’ (classical Greak : - 5p , dr )
Drama is nothing but the manifestation of our every small fallings in a well
mannered way. Actually, it doesn’t differ from our reality but it is image of our socio-
cultural structure. It has a huge impact on us and it generally comes out with a motto
which leads us in our everyday life.
In case of our drama club ‘Azantrik’, every year usually in the month of September
we organize a Inter-College ‘Drama Fest’ and in April we come out with a ‘Drama
Nighe’ (For the first year only as they are unable to participate in the ‘Drama Fest’) Last
year we have participated in a international drama competition (there was two team
from Bangladesh) at Anik Natya Gosthi, Kolkata and snatched the 4th position with a
best supporking actor prize. Besides that we are going to organize weekly workshops
for the duration of two months. For this we are going to invite some eminent artists of
this north-bengal region as a teacher cum adviser.
We are really glad to inform you all that our club has already 37 members but
most important is almost 50% (17 members) of them are 1st yrs. This depicts our club
environment. It is really essential to perform a drama. A healthy relationship between
the club members is always needed.
Now, we are ready to acknowledge the fact that we are very greatful to ‘Art Club’
ω
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α for preparing our back-stage in each and every programe and they have done it from
the first rung of our journey.
And now, it is the time for giving thanks to our former secretary ‘Santanu Da’ for
his year long contribution. In fact the concept of ‘Drama Night’ (for the 1st yrs.) was
invented by him. There is no adjective to describe his contribution for this club.
Last thing to say that, we both are honoured for giving us the responsibility to
work as a Jt-Secretary. We will try our level best and we hope that we will get the full
support and co-operation of you. The people of ‘JOLU’.

Alankar Belel
Naqib Akhtar

Husband aur wife hotel me gaye tabhi 1 lady ne Hellow kiya,


wife - koun thi wo ?
Husband - Tum dimage kharab mat karo, main pehle hi pareshan hu ki woh bhi yehi
poochegi.

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SPORTS & ATHLETIC CLUB
We rule the world. We shape our fate and decide our destiny by our thoughts.
We have the belief and are sure to win the Trophies. Our positive thought and the
penchart to excel supplement us to allain the winning mantra. This motivates us to work
will determination boundless energy and relent less effort.
This is the motto of every student of our college, our beloved J.G.E.C. We are
proud of you.
I thank all of you for giving me this great opportunity to pendown our achieve-
ments. Our Sports and Atheletic Club is one of the most active part of our esteemd
college. We left no stones untested for making every activities occurring in our college
a great success and a very special thanks to the students. Their urge in various fields of
our activities was amaring.
“All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy” - likewise, our students has shown
their keen intervest in various sports events, sowse ever unleashing their indominatable
talent. Our college cricket team made semi-final birth in the district cricket tournament
and our football team also shown their execelency in various arena. We hope these
events make us very proud.
The members of our club are doing their best to achieve our’s club dream. We
expect more of our seniors and juniors to participate in various activities. A number of
activities are going to organise in the coming months and we want active participation.
In this way, we can make it a great success. I wish all of you best of luck.
Paving the way for our phenomenal success.

Prodipta Mondal
Subhojit Sen

A family saw a “sholay” movie, came back home and husband romantically
said to wife.
“nach basanti nach”
child added “basanti iss Kuttay keh saamne mat naachna”

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NATURE CLUB

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öÓçyï˛ˆÏܲÓ˚ ܲyˆÏåÈ ~ xyüyÓ˚ ò,ì˛¸ xD#ܲyÓ˚–ÛÛ ÈÙÙÙÙÈ §%ܲyhsˇ û˛Ryã˛yÎ≈

Imagine a beautiful young lady with gasping agony! can’t you .... ? Right, per-
haps no youth can stop himself from sharing a helping hand to that beauty. Same here
... we also did so, we means a group of youth - JGEC nature club rockers!! ya, we
heard her cry and told,
“Nature Dear,
Never fear
We are here !!”
We felt that we are going to offer our upcoming generation a very smoky, hot
atmosphere, there they will lead a highly hectic life. So, with a promise to serve the
nature to provide a better environment we started our journey.
Now with a bit pride we can say that we have tried our best, we beautified the
hostels, road, garden, gymnasioum and infront of the college. Dear members, we are
thankful to you for your hearty co-operation. Lastly, nature is not for us only, its for you
all... come & help us, take this oath to make our Earth a livable place of beauty for our
upcoming generation.

Toufique Rahaman
Rajib kumar Ghosh

2 Bania sat in a cofee house


1st - Jaldi pi, coffee thandi ho jaegi
2nd - To kya ?
1st - Bewakuf, menu card padh
Hot cofee Rs. 20 & cold Rs. 40.

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MAGAZINE - It is a common thing with which many of us spend our leisure. But, do we
know the show case behind it ? The immense effort needed to publish a single piece of
it ?
Being a member of the annual magazine committee 2008-09, I have seen the reality
behind it ! “Many hands make light work” - yes, it’s absolutely true ! Without every
member’s devotion, sincerity hard work and dedication this magazine wouldn’t have
been published.
We have just tried to put forward, before you, few creative writings, drawings of the
students, so that all of us are acquainted with the inner qualities of the future engineers.
I just hope that “NIRJAS” will achieve it’s goal and be praise worthy !
ÙÙÙÙÈÈ Payel Bandyopadhyay

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I feel myself very proud to be the part of our magazine club pandulipi which is still
growing and whose members are so dedicated, devoted & determined too.
The meeting was exciting and serious because we get to have so many articles,
poems, jokes e.t.c to read. Serious because it was hard as anything to selcect the best
out of it.
We have tried our best to put the magazine in a great style.
Hope our readers will enjoy to their fullest.
ÈÙÙÙÙ Govind Kumar Jha

Apart from the routine life of boredom there nurtures some idea, some thoughts within
us but that is buried deep inside by this hundrum mechanical life. To find a way out for
those ideas, those thoughts, to make them lively we have come across NIRJAS - the
essence of thoughts.
ÈÙÙÙÙ Moumita Dutta

˛Ú˛õyu%˛!°!˛õÓ˚Û ˛Ü˛yç° Ü˛yˆÏ°y ˆã˛yˆÏáÓ˚ ܲyˆÏ°y ˆí˛yÓyÓ˚ ˛õpú%˛ˆÏ°Ó˚ ˛õy˛õ!í˛¸Ó˚ x˛õÓ˚*˛õ •yï˛åÈy!ö •*òˆÏÎ˚ xö%û˛Ó ܲ!Ó˚ˆÏÎ˚!åÈ°
~ܲ ï˛y!àò ÈÙÙÈ ï˛yÓ˚ çöƒ !ܲå%È Ü˛Ó˚yÓ˚ ï˛y!àò– ˆ§•z •yï˛åÈy!ö•z Óyôƒ ܲˆÏÓ˚!åÈ° Ú˛õyu%˛!°!˛õÛ ÈÙÙÈÓ˚ §ò§ƒ ï˛y!°Ü˛yÎ˚ xyüyÓ˚
öyüê˛y ö!Ìû%_´ ܲÓ˚ˆÏï˛ •ˆÏÓ– ˆÜ˛yˆÏöy !ܲå%È öy ˆû˛ˆÏÓ•z öyüê˛y ï˛y•z !òˆÏÎ˚!òˆÏÎ˚!åÈ°yü !ë˛Ü˛ §üÎ˚–
Ú˛õyu%˛!°!˛õÛÈÙÙÈåÈe åÈyÎ˚yÎ˚ !àˆÏÎ˚ á%Ó Ü˛yåÈ ˆÌˆÏܲ xö%û˛Ó ܲˆÏÓ˚!åÈ òyòy !ò!òˆÏòÓ˚ û˛yï,cˆÏÓyôˆÏܲ •*òˆÏÎ˚ ˛õ%!Oû)˛ï˛ ܲˆÏÓ˚!åÈ !ܲå%È
ˆ≤ÃÓ˚îy ÈÙÙÈ §M˛ÈÎ˚ ܲˆÏÓ˚!åÈ öï%˛ö !ܲå%È x!û˛K˛ï˛y– xyç §!ï˛ƒ §!ï˛ƒ•z !öˆÏçˆÏܲ à!Ó≈ï˛ üˆÏö •Î˚ Ú˛õyu%˛!°!˛õÛÓ˚ ~ܲçö •ˆÏï˛
ˆ˛õˆÏÓ˚–
ˆï˛yüyÓ˚ ÈÙÙÈxyüyÓ˚ ÈÙÙÈï˛yÓ˚ §Ü˛ˆÏ°Ó˚ !ü!°ï˛ ≤ÈÏã˛‹Ty ú˛§° ~•z !öÎ≈y§ ÈÙÙÈ !öÎ≈y§Û ≤ÈÏï˛ƒÜ˛ ˛õyë˛Ü˛ ÈÙÙÈ ˛õy!ë˛Ü˛yÓ˚ •*òÎ˚ å%ÑȈÏÎ˚ Îyܲ
~ê%˛Ü%˛ xy¢y–
ÈÙÙÙÙ Ü,˛ˆÏ£è®% §Ó˚ܲyÓ˚

“We should not look for the next big thing but make the small things bigger and better”.
The same Annual college magazine but with newformat, new ideas, new members and
new responsiblities. All it’s amazing and splending. We have tried our level best to make
“NIRJAS” the ever best We have tried to cover the entire aspect specially the glorious
JOLU culture. Enjoy reading “NIRJAS”
ÙÙÙÙ Prabhat Kumar

Every man who knows how to read has its his power to magnify the ways in which he
exists, to make his life ful significant and interesting. So, read and make your life more
significant.
ÙÙÙÙ Arnab Sarkar

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Hello! how you all? hope you will find my comeback more colourful and magical this
time Oh! you don’t get me yet right? this is me I am your beloved “Mirage” in a new look
“NIRJAS” - the essence of thoughts. The essence of you all in it I have been together
with you for many years. This time there is much beauty and life in you all my buddy!
and you have made exposed only a few happy! The last thing I would say is come on be
louder speak out your mind. Let the world know what you think, what you opine, what
you create. Let them access your minds... because its you who will be rulling this world
in the coming days. CHEERS!
ÙÙÙÙ Malini Ghosal

˛Úï˛Ó üö xyç û˛yÓ˚ye´yhsˇñ ü%á ÓyܲÓ˚*k˛ñ xÖy!á !§_´ñ ܲ°ü ÌüˆÏܲ ˆàˆÏåÈñ §üÎ˚ hflÏ∏˛Û öy öy ~§Ó û˛yÓ˚# û˛yÓ˚# ÓyܲƒÓyö å%ȈÏí˛¸
x!û˛Îyö ˆ¢£Ï ܲÓ˚yÓ˚ !Ó®%üye •zFåÈy ˆö•z after all this can’t reflect me. ÓÓ˚yÓÓ˚•z ~ܲê%˛ extrovert ê˛y•zˆÏ˛õÓ˚ ...
üyö%£ÏˆÏܲ cultivate ܲÓ˚yÓ˚ ˆã˛‹Ty ܲˆÏÓ˚!åÈ §Ó§üÎ˚ñ ï˛y•z ï˛yˆÏòÓ˚ !ã˛hsˇyôyÓ˚yˆÏܲ xyˆÏÓ˚y û˛yˆÏ°y ܲˆÏÓ˚ ã˛y«%˛§ ܲÓ˚yÓ˚ çöƒ xyüyÓ˚
üƒyày!çö Üœ˛yˆÏÓ entry ˆ§Ôû˛yàƒ òyñ Ó,®yÓö òyñ !Ó≤’Ó òyÓ˚y û˛yˆÏ°yÓy§yÎ˚ ~ܲˆÏúÑ˛yê˛y ܲy˛õ≈öƒ ܲˆÏÓ˚ !ö– To be very
frank ç#ÓˆÏö !ܲå%È !ç!ö£Ï ÌyˆÏܲ ÎyÓ˚ }î x˛õ!Ó˚ˆÏ¢yôö#Î˚ñ Ü,˛ï˛K˛ï˛yÎ˚ ï˛y ~ܲüye fl∫#ܲyÓ˚ ܲÓ˚y ÎyÎ˚– ˆ§áyˆÏö Music
xyÓ˚ Magazine Üœ˛yÓˆÏܲ xy!ü ~ܲ ˛õÇ!_´ˆÏï˛ Ó˚yáÓ– xyüyÓ˚ §ˆÏD ~ˆÏòÓ˚ §¡õÜ≈˛ ~ܲܲÌyÎ˚ !°!˛õÓk˛ ܲÓ˚y §Ω˛Ó öÎ˚–
xyüyÓ˚ ç#ÓˆÏö ~ˆÏòÓ˚ û)˛!üܲy ~ܲܲÌyÎ˚ xö!fl∫ܲyÎ≈– §Ó§üÎ˚ !ÓŸªy§ ܲ!Ó˚ ç#ÓöˆÏܲ x÷û˛ ¢!_´ ˜ôÎ≈ƒ Ä ò%Éá!Ó°y§#ï˛y
öyüܲ Óy°%ܲöy !òˆÏÎ˚ Îï˛•z ì˛yܲyÓ˚ ˆã˛‹Ty ܲÓ˚&ܲ öy ˆÜ˛ö... ˆ§ !ã˛Ó˚hsˇö... ˆ§ ≤ÃÓy!•ï˛ ï˛Ó˚!Dö#... ~áyˆÏö •zÎ˚yÓ˚ˆÏüê˛ xyÓ˚
ç%!öÎ˚Ó˚ˆÏòÓ˚ §ˆÏD ܲyç ܲÓ˚y xyüyÓ˚ ç#ÓˆÏö ~ܲê˛y Óí˛¸ x!û˛K˛ï˛yñ xyÓ˚ ï˛y ˆÌˆÏܲ•z Ó°Ó §yüˆÏöÓ˚ ÓåÈÓ˚=ˆÏ°yˆÏï˛ ~Ó˚y xyÓ˚Ä
û˛yˆÏ°y üƒyày!çö í˛z˛õ•yÓ˚ ˆòˆÏÓ ~•z xy¢y Ó˚y!á– !§!öÎ˚Ó˚ !•§yˆÏÓ öÎ˚ Ó¶%˛ !•§yˆÏÓ ˆï˛yˆÏòÓ˚ ~ܲê˛y ܲÌy Ó°Ó success
is not judged by quantity but eagerness to do smartly. §•˛õyë˛# Ä ˆåÈyê˛ Ó¶%˛ˆÏòÓ˚ ≤Ã!ï˛ xyüyÓ˚ xy!dܲ
ˆfl¨• xyÓ˚ û˛yˆÏ°yÓy§y Ìyܲ°–
ÈÙÙÙÙ ˆòÓ!£Ï≈ ˆây£Ï

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