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  1. Aja maile Kura Bujhe Yadav dai kina tapani direct Bariyarpur (Bara) janu bhayako thiyo, Bayal ani Bhainsh bachauna ani VRChauhan ko Jodi banna ko lagi Gadhimai sanga parthana garna Ho ki hoina ta? Ani Dai tapani le parthana garna chain ke garnu bhayo yauta bhainshi chhaduchhu arko mela ma ho ki kya ho dai. Tapani lamo samaya samma wnso bata bepatta bhayako hohalla chaleko thiyo ra bishes sutra ka anushar tapani Sripur, Murli, Maisthan katai pani dekha parnu bhayako thiyana re? Katai tapani jastai VRChauhan jee pani kunai devi ko bhakal garna tira masta ta hoina ni? (Dai kehi galti Bhayako bhayama Maaaf
  2. QUOTE (yogesh @ Jan 28 2004, 05:24 PM) Nice snow today. Though i am caught by cold and couldnot go out to play with, it was so nice. it was nice for firstday but (Northeast) here is more snow day by day (from three days) and it is not going to stop untill end of next week. So it is making life hard. In Nepal I rearly got the chance to play on snow so I was expecting snow to play, and first day It was nice to play but today is thirdday and it is making me hard to adjust.Somemore Weather forecast has shown that here will be more snow and cold (Can cross -15 Degree)next week compare to this week. So absulately i don't have idea what shall i do to survive more than 10 days.Because I can escape from university for One week but my stomach.
  3. Aja dherai din ma yo column ma pheri pharkiyako chhu. Hunata sathi harulai lagla Raja Birodhi tara ma Raja birodhi chhain hoina tara Raja ko 17 cenetury thinking ani janata ko 21 cenetury ko chahana, aba hamile hernuchhu kun chain baliyo ani kasle harchha ani kasle jitchha aphna daju didi ra bhai bahini marera wa jungle ra shahar pashera. Hunta khasai bhanne ho bhane ma kehi comment gardai chhu yanha ra lekhne jamarko gardai chhu teshai ko bich bata kehi kura WNSo marphat .Raja ko tin din agadi ko interview padheko thiya jasko kehi point maile yanha utarne prayas gareko chhu, jasko pachhadi jhut ra yauta kalo kanun lukeko paya mahile hunasakchha ma galat hula yasma. Tara pani yi rahe mera comment with interview: TIME: Why did you sack the elected government 16 months ago? Gyanendra: Had I not acted as I did, I think Nepal would be in a worse situation today. Even at that time, I asked the parties to come [up] with a consensus government, pro-nation, pro-people. I wish the political leadership would understand this, speak more often about the people, not their own betterment. The future of Nepal, yes, lies in constitutional monarchy and multiparty democracy. Much of the ill we have suffered is not because of the democratic political system, it's because of the actors in the system. comment :- better situation? Before he come to king or after he become a king? Why royal palace everytime attack politician and politics? Which poltician has killed civilians, but Paras has killed 5 civilian in front of Nepali people and media and behiend many more(no one know) but why he don't sack his son from prince post instead of elected PM from PM post? Why Royal palace always play negative role on Multi party system? How can Royal palace says that plotician was wrong, Royal Palace is controlling everything and just blaming on poltician, i think its not fare with people, Royal palace is lying with Media. Yes few poltician are corrupted and not good but it is not mean all poltician are bad. Still many nepali poltician think far better than royal palace and they never played any hidden role with nepali people, which is playing by Royal Palace My second Comment : TIME: What about human-rights abuses by the armed forces? Gyanendra: I would say we're learning. I will not say there have not been remises. But is it because the security agencies are becoming effective that these questions are being asked? And which country does not have friendly fire? Which does not have accidents? [/b] Comment: All civilian killed in Army operation is friendly fire, isn't it? Civilina are doing Humna right abuse with Royal palace and army, right? How much I know Army abuse more human rights than maoist, where as maoist is a terroist group. In Many places of Nepal people scare from Army more than maoist because of Army behave with Normal civilian. I know maoist is making Nepal worse and they are hiding in villages but it isn't mean Army have to fire a whole village and have to killed or rape all civillian. In 2046 also they did samething with nepali civilian and now also they are doing samething,which is normal for army, nepali army and police are not learning Human Rights , they are learning how to abuse it.Here Royal palace is giving excuses with people. My third Comment TIME: What's it like being a living god?Gyanendra: I've been waiting for you to ask this. On the living-god thing, let me interpret it this way: we were given the personification of Vishnu, and Vishnu is the preserver of all things. And I'm glad that my role—the role I have to play—has been spelled out like that. But I'm a pragmatic and practical person. I've never said I'm God. comment : what he (Our King ) has done good for nepali after he became a king of Nepal? How many people killed and hiw is the situation of Nepal? I think royal palace want to bring Nepal to back to 17 cenetury, where nepali used to pray king as a vishnu but it is impossible in 21 cenetury because many people they don't know what is vishnu? At last i like to request with royal place please change your strategy if you want to see royal palace more in Nepal.Because your old strategy is failed to secure royal palace and Royal Palace have lost their image in international areana as well as with nepali civilian.In my view first, royal palace have to develop close relationship with civilian and media not against them. second, Militirization is encouraging civilian to go against royal palace. Third, Royal palace have stop to blame on poltics and poltican, and have to stop to interferior on politics . (I like to apologizes with all my friends and reader If you feel I have talk more than limit and croos my boundries)# thanking you sandesh
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  5. Largest power plant in Nepal open Source: BBC Online Nepal's King Gyanendra has officially inaugurated the country's largest hydro-electric power plant. The multi-million dollar Kali Gandaki plant has the capacity to produce huge amounts of power in a country where many people do not have electricity.But critics of the $450m plant argue that it has displaced the area's indigenous people and damaged the environment. Another worry is that Maoist rebels are active in the area. The new power plant has the capacity to generate 144 mega watts of power, vitally important in a country with a desperate shortage of electricity.But critics argue that local people have not benefited from the project financed by the Asian Development Bank. In an interview with the BBC last year Gopal Siwakoti of the Water and Energy Users' Federation said that the plant would have a double negative impact.He said it would not provide local employment and would damage the local environment. "The main tradition is fishing," he said, "but now there are no fish around." Local Flooding Mr Siwakoti accused the Asian Development Bank of reneging on its policies towards indigenous people by not providing alternative land, housing and incomes. Environmentalists have also warned that cultural and religious sites could be threatened by the construction of the dam, which may also trigger local flooding.But the builders of the dam stress that they have done all they were told to do by the government.They say that those displaced by its construction have been given training for new employment in addition to houses, schools and medical assistance where necessary. But indigenous people say their new homes - near one of the world's largest power projects - do not even have electricity.The BBC's Sushil Sharma says that another worry for the authorities is its location in an area where Maoist rebels are active.Our correspondent says that security is bound to be a grave concern.Experts estimate that Nepal has the capacity to produce 83,000 mega watts of power if it utilised all its river resources across the country. But only a fraction of that potential has been tapped so far.It is estimated that less than 20% of the country's 23 million people have access to electricity.
  6. Row as Nepal gets peace-fund jets Source: BBC Online Foreign Secretary Jack Straw is to use a British peace fund to provide Nepal with two military aircraft.The Foreign Office says the aeroplanes, to be paid for by the Global Conflict Prevention Fund, are "non-lethal". The move follows a row last year when the same fund was used to buy military helicopters to assist the Nepalese army to combat Maoist insurgents.Parliament has not yet been informed of the decision, which was reported in the Nepalese national newspaper. The UK Government was criticised by committees last year for "covert" use of the peace fund, which MPs called "a mistake". Liberal Democrat foreign affairs spokesman Menzies Campbell told the Guardian: "Statements from Kathmandu are no substitute for informing parliament."But a Foreign Office spokesman said: "We don't accept that the same mistake has been made." He said Parliament would get a chance to approve the donation, adding: "The British Government is committed to supporting the Nepalese Government." Maoist aggression He said the aircraft were "suited to search and rescue missions", but accepted they could assist Nepalese military operations. It is understood that the two aircraft are 9-seat transport and reconnaissance vertical-takeoff jets, suited for Nepal's mountainous terrain. "It's not sufficient to concentrate on development issues," the Foreign Office spokesman said. "Maoist aggression is a problem in Nepal." Jack Straw told MPs last year that Nepal's "Maoist terrorist groups ... are vicious beyond belief". But the Nepalese security forces have also been widely criticised for human rights abuses. Last October Denis MacShane told the House that there was "credible evidence of human rights violations" being carried out by the Nepalese military. "Reports implicate the security forces in serious abuses such as illegal detentions, torture, disappearances, and summary executions," he said. The Foreign Office accepted that human rights abuses take place, but said Britain was pressuring Nepalese security forces to reform.
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  8. Jan 18, 2:33 PM EST Anti-Globalization Activists Meet in India By RAMOLA TALWAR BADAM Associated Press Writer BOMBAY, India (AP) -- Peace activists at the World Social Forum charged Sunday that President Bush's war on terrorism has made the world more dangerous. The third day of the annual gathering of peace and anti-globalization activists concentrated on linking peace movements across the world, with the focus on recent U.S.-led wars. Protests against unfair global trade, big business and foreign debt dominated the two previous days of the six-day event, held this year at a sprawling factory complex in Bombay.The meeting, which attracts activists, political workers and intellectuals from around the world, is meant to be a counterpoint to the World Economic Forum in Switzerland, which starts Wednesday. "George Bush is the new extreme," said Ramsey Clark, who was the attorney general under former President Lyndon Johnson. "If the U.S. dominates the United Nations as it has done in the past, there will be no security for anybody." Clark said countries had to stand up to the United States for the United Nations to survive.In the dust-filled streets of a Bombay suburb, activists jostled with folk dancers, while war survivors from Iraq, Afghanistan and Vietnam recounted their experiences at a sprawling factory complex, where the meeting was being held. Arundhati Roy, an Indian novelist who won the 1997 Booker Prize, accused Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair of failing to improve women's rights in Iraq and Afghanistan."If you were to read the reports in corporate media, you would say George Bush and Tony Blair are the greatest feminists, but their version of feminism is a narrow and corrupt version," she said, adding that women in both countries still have few rights and little political say. An Afghan peace activist, Saher Saba, agreed. "Apart from killing thousands of people, mostly women and children, the military action in Afghanistan has achieved nothing except bringing back the warlords, criminals and fundamentalists." Stage and street theater performances lampooned the U.S. president, and gift shop owners said lapel pins and pens with indecent depictions of Bush were selling fast.Activists also called for U.S. troops to leave Iraq and for a tribunal of Iraqis and international experts to try Saddam Hussein, whom they said should not face the death penalty.The United States wants an Iraqi court to try Saddam, who has been in custody since his Dec. 13 capture. Source:The Associated Press
  9. World Social Forum was held last week in financial city of india, Mumbai few hundred KM far from Nepal. Actually what is the impact of Globalization in Nepal and what is the benifits for Nepali from it? What are the negatives point it have? Anti-globalisation protesters have taken centre-stage at a host of recent summits, including the World Economic Forum (WEF). BBC News Online asked the president of the International Chamber of Commerce, Richard McCormick, and Barry Coates of the World Development Movement to debate whether the protesters are doing the right thing. Why the protesters are wrong by Richard D. McCormick, president of the International Chamber of Commerce, at the 2002 World Economic Forum (WEF) It's time for business to move the debate away from the cheap sloganeering and mindless vandalism of the protesters in the streets and stand up and proclaim the benefits of globalisation. For without it, the developing world and the millions in it who live in extreme poverty will lose the best chance they have of improving their lot in life. Several years ago at the WEF, UN Secretary General Kofi Annan launched his Global Compact. The premise is a simple one - business and the UN pursue complementary objectives. The UN focuses on peace and development, while the task of business is to create wealth and prosperity. It's hard to have one without the other. Therefore business and the UN should, and do, work together in promoting the values they share in the areas of human rights, labour standards and environmental protection. Force for good Multinationals are a powerful force for good in the world. They spread wealth, work, technologies that raise living standards and better ways of doing business. That's why so many developing countries are competing fiercely to attract their investment. The protesters in the streets are modern-day Luddites who want to make the world safe for stagnation. They claim to worry about the well-being of the hundreds of millions of people in the developing world who are living in poverty. In reality, their resistance to globalisation and their hostility to business make them an enemy of the world's poor. Maybe that's why people from developing countries are so rare in the ranks of the demonstrators. The case against business globalisation by Barry Coates, director, World Development Movement, at the 2002 WEF. The power of the WEF comes from its influence over governments in shaping the global economy in the corporate interest. Governments are told to follow two paths. First, deregulate and privatise. This has been pursued in over 90 countries through structural adjustment policies of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund. The bitter legacy is growing poverty in all regions of the developing world, except China. Second, leave business to regulate itself. Corporations have promised to adopt voluntary ethical standards in response to growing public concern over social and environmental damage. But these have often been a public relations exercise to deflect criticism and the few companies that are implementing these standards compete at a disadvantage to the majority of companies that don't. The WEF model This is the WEF business model: unregulated, exclusive and beyond the reach of government. WDM and other groups from developed and developing countries are holding an alternative forum that challenges this model and proposes alternatives that prioritise poverty reduction, environmental sustainability and human rights. Above all, these groups emphasise that it is the role of governments to regulate markets in the public interest. Yet the pressure from business lobby groups is to regulate governments, not corporations, through international agreements. These would remove restrictions on business to pursue profits in any industry, in any country, at any cost. More free trade pacts This is most evident in the trade negotiations under the auspices of the World Trade Organisation which aim to extend free trade. It is not only external barriers to free trade that are under attack, but the power of governments to enact domestic regulation in the public interest. At stake is the future of public services accessible to all. At the WEF, the most serious threat to the welfare of the world's poor comes not from those outside the conference hall, but from those inside. (Source: BBC Online
  10. NAMES and their MEANING Ever wonder how people's character are affected by the meaning of their names? Although the following is not an Islamic perspective, it is interesting how well it sometimes reflects on a name. Instructions: What you do is find out what each letter of your name means. Then connect all the meanings and it describes YOU. Find out if its TRUE! PS: If you have double or triple letters, just count the meaning once.For example: ANNELINE A: You can be very quiet when you have something on your mind. N: You like to work, but you always want a break. N: You like to work, but you always want a break. E: You are a very exciting person L: You like shopping; love is something you deeply believe in. I: You are always smiling and making others smile. N: You like to work, but you always want a break E: You are a very exciting person Now apply the formula to your name and be honest about the answer!! A: You can be very quiet when you have something on your mind. B: You are always cautious when it comes to meeting new people. C: You definitely have a partier side in you; don't be shy to show it. D: You have trouble trusting people, but are very honest and sincere. E: You are a very exciting person. F: Everyone loves you. G: You have excellent ways of viewing people. H: You are not judgmental. I: You are always smiling and making others smile. J: Jealously marks one of your traits, but you can be very artistic and happy. K: You like to try new things and the outdoors. L: You like shopping; love is something you deeply believe in. M: Success comes easily to you. N: You like to work, but you always want a break. O: You are very open-minded, almost never jealous. P: You are very friendly and understanding. Q: You are a hypocrite. R: You are a social butterfly, loved by all, but too ready to please everyone. S: You are very broad-minded, studious and elect to avoid physical work. T: You have an attitude, a big one! U: You feel like you have to equal up to people's standards. V: You have a very good physique and looks. W: You like your privacy. X: You never let people tell you what to do. Y: You have incredibly good looks and are fond of teasing. Z: You are very strong willed and capable of intense love, but must learn to share.
  11. sandeshsharma

    Mr. Patel

    Mr Patel is buying a TV and asks "Do you have colour TVs?" "Sure." says the assitant. Mr Patel replys "Give me a green one, please." **** Mr Patel calls Air India. "How long does it take to fly to Delhi?" "Just a sec," says the rep. "Thank you." says Mr Patel and hangs up. ***** Mr Patel was filling in an application form for a job.He promptly filled the columns titled NAME, AGE,ADDRESS etc.Then he came to the column Salary Expected: He was not sure as to what to be filled here.After much thought he wrote Yes! ***** Mr Patel goes into a store and sees a shiny object. He asks the clerk, "What is that shiny object?" The clerk replies, "That is a thermos." Mr Patel then asks, "What does it do?" The clerk responds, "It keeps hot things hot and it keeps cold things cold. Mr Patel says, "I'll take it!" The next day, he walks into Work with his new thermos. His boss, Mr Patel, sees him and asks, "What is that shiny object you have?" He said, "It's a thermos." The boss then says, "What does it do?" He replies,"It keeps hot things hot and cold things cold." The boss said, "Wow, what do you have in it?" Mr Patel replies, "Two cups of coffee and a coke." **** To lose weight the doctor told Mr Patel to run eight kilometres a day for 300 days.After, 300 days, Mr Patel called the doctor to report he had lost the weight, but he had a problem. "What's the problem?" asked the doctor.I'm 2400 Kms far from home." ***** Having lost his donkey Mr Patel got down to his knees and started thanking God. A passer-by saw him and asked, "Your donkey is missing; what are you thanking God for?" Mr Patel replied "I am thanking Him for seeing to it that I Wasn't riding the donkey at that time,otherwise I would have been missing too!" **** Mr Patel got his 4th child. He fills data in the birth certificate... Mother: Hindu. Father: Hindu. Kid: Chinese." "How come you write 'Chinese' when both parents are Hindu?" "Aah" syas Mr Patel, "I read in a newspaper that every 4th person born on the Earth now is Chinese!" ***** Mr Patel and Mrs Patel landed in Bombay.They managed to get into a double-decker bus.Mr Patel somehow managed to get a bottom seat, but unfortunately Mrs Patel got pushed to the top. After a While when the rush is over, Mr Patel went upstairs to see his wife Mrs Patel. He Met her in A bad condition clutching the seats in front with both hands,scared to death. He says, " What the heck's goin' on? Why are you so scared? I was enjoying my ride down there? Scared Mrs Patel replies. "Yeah, but you've got a 'driver!'" ***** Mr Patel with two red ears went to his doctor.The doctor asked him what had happened to his ears and he answered,"I was ironing a shirt and the phone rang - but instead of picking up the phone I accidentally picked up the iron and stuck it to my ear." "Oh Dear!" the doctor exclaimed in disbelief. "But.what happened to your other ear?" "The scoundrel called back!" (Source: Forwarded Mail)
  12. [B]A Computerman’s Prayer [/b] Oh Lord... Help me log on without fretting, Guide me as I’m internetting, Bless my downloading and my uploading, Keep my browser from exploding... May my website be protected, Let not my password be rejected, Keep my line always connected, And may my inputs be accepted... Please keep all my programs alive, And.. do remember to backup my hard drive.. And protect my computer from crashing dive, From a virus that would make it a nesting Hive..........
  13. Rebels kill Birgunj mayor Source: Kantipuronline BIRGUNJ, Jan 15 - Maoist rebels shot dead the Mayor of Birgunj Sub-Metropolis, Gopal Giri at Pipra Bahuari this morning.The 52-year-old newly appointed mayor had gone to meet the rebels at their request. Giri died instantly after receiving six bullets – one on the forehead and five on his back.Earlier, on December 13, the rebels had demanded half a million rupees as donation from the mayor."I cannot provide them with such a huge amount of money from the salary I receive, nor can I give them money from the city’s development budget," Giri is said to have narrated regarding a telephonic conversation between him and the rebels, weeks before his assassination. After he refused to meet their demand, the rebels on January 11 had ordered him to resign from his post."If my assassination leads your revolution toward success, you can kill me," Giri is said to have told the rebels over telephone. Giri had gone to Pipra Bahuari Tole this morning along with five assistants to hold talks with Maoist district-level leaders as per an arrangement.Tribhuvan Giri, one of the assistants who accompanied the mayor to Pipra Bahuari Village, said the mayor and two rebels went toward the bypass road on motorbikes after a short discussion in the village.According to Giri, after reaching the bypass road, the rebel who was riding pillion on the mayor’s bike asked him to stop. The rebel then shot dead Giri and sped away on the bike driven by his accomplice. They fled the scene within seconds, according to eyewitnesses.Tribhuvan said that after being shot the first time, the mayor uttered his last words, ‘Hey Bhagawan’, and fell to the ground. "But the rebel continued firing at the mayor even after he collapsed," he said.Smelling trouble, Tribhuvan had ridden pillion with another rebel and followed the mayor. The rebels had also shot at him but he was not hit. He says he managed to save his life by crawling on the ground and using his helmet as a shield.Minister for Physical Planning and Works Buddhiman Tamang, who came to pay tributes to the slain mayor said, "It is an act of cowardice on the part of the rebels to kill a politician."Giri, who started his career as a journalist some 17 years ago, was also elected to the central committee to the Federation of Nepalese Journalists. He was also elected as ward member of the Birgunj Sub-Metropolis twice in 2043 BS and 2049 BS.Giri is survived by his wife, two sons, a daughter and his 70-year-old mother. One of his sons Girish Giri is a journalist associated with Kantipur, sister publication of The Kathmandu Post. He was appointed mayor of the Birgunj Sub-Metropolis on October 1 last year. Badhdo hatya ani kalo kanun ko sikar bhayaka chhan birgunj ka yak jan priya ani lok priya neta " Gopal Giri". Jasle unko pariwar matra hoina dherai birgunj basi lai nai yauta namithho chhap chodiyako chha maobadi ko birudhha ma. Yauta hanishalo anuhar ani ramro kam ko lagi darilo support garne, bikas ko lagi daudane gopal giri aja pani dherai le bato herchhan unko pheri pharkera yauchhan ki uanhi sandhai jhai yauta lungi lagayara ghanta ghar ko bato hundai bato ma raheka riksha dekhi liyara bhaja walla samma lai hat uthaudai tapani ke samasya chha bhenera sodhna dailo samma. Hunata anha ma bhanda pani najik bata unha lai chinnne manchhe haru dherai holana tara unha ko mirtu sunda maile yaute ramro manchhe gumayako payako chhu. Hunata ma unhako party lai kahile ramro dhristi le herina tara unhako saili ani janata parti kp bhawana dekhera bhot haleko chhu unhalai matra hoina bharstha Bimal Shreebasthab ani Ghushya Rajiv parajulilai pani. Kinaki unhako party lai nabhaya pani ma unha ko biswas ani kam garne saili lai darilo samarthan garthe ani birgunj bikas hunu ma unhako pani thulo yaogdan rahekochha. Yanha maile unha ko photo post garna chaheko thiya teshaile maile ghatana bhayako din post garina tara pachhi samma pani bhane jasto photo haru pauna sakina teshaile bina photo nai yo post gardai chhu. asha chha tapani haru madhhe kashaile uanha ko photo post gari hune chha.
  14. QUOTE (rs_1915 @ Jan 13 2004, 04:08 PM) QUOTE Should we say this is failed of Nepal government? Or another failed American policy? Why do u include US in every comment you make? What is Maoist has to do with US policy. Maoist is Nepal's problem. And Nepal should be able to tackle this problem on its own ( may with some help from India and US). RS Biradar i think third pole is some where right in maoist case because this is our internal problem, why US have to interfere in this matter? In my view American & indian government are freaky, now they are giving training to Nepal Army? because in future they can sell weapons to nepal goverment, if they start civial war, first. Second they can use nepali army in Next war like as IRaq or Kashmir, where they used nepali in frontline and third they can control southasia through Nepal.Do you think india is helping Nepali people to slove the problem? I think they are creating more problem. They are selling weapons through agent and lying through media, telling with people they have cought agents with weapons But the amount is very small.Do you think maoist is importing one or two gun from india? Everyone know that weapons are comming from india for maoist, why indian government didn't try on time? By the way have you seen IRAQ SECRET Partone and Part Two . How American CIA sent people to IRAQ and bought government officer to fight against Saddam? You can see there Why Iraqi Airforce didn't fight with American or why iraqi army didn't use their weapons to fight against american army?How they killed 12 thousand republican guard? This all are freaky, they are playing same role with nepali people too. Everybody know that Who is Cp mainali? why Indian authority arrest him in New delhi, without warning? Why Nepali realtion with india is getting worse? Do you know why, coz They are creating more problem for those Nepali. Especially who are staying near from border, they can feel it, How much they have suffer from india? Just example, Why They are increasing tax on Nepali products? Where as same tax rate for indian product in Nepali market. At last Soluation for maoist is king, he have to go and talk direct with maosit. Because in Nepal king is head and army is under him. So he have to slove this problem not other countries or their government. They are just waitng to take benefit from the situation or pretend to be a good with nepali people. It is like a Northkorea chemical weaponse issue. By the Why nepali government and politics don't copy goodthing from western world .They have copy so far how to lye with people, corruption, ........... ..
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