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- Striking A Balance (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jun 01, 2007)
Poornima Indrajith’s charisma and talent have helped her excel in films and television programmes.
- Farmer's Diet Worse Than A Convict's (Hindu, P. SAINATH, May 29, 2007)
Several women in Karnataka's Mandya district like Jayalakshmamma, whose husband committed suicide four years ago, still stand up to the unending pressure with incredible resilience.
- Aiadmk Candidates For Rajya Sabha Polls (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, May 28, 2007)
General secretary of the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) Jayalalithaa on Sunday announced that V. Maithreyan and A.Ilavarasan would be the party's nominees for the Rajya Sabha biennial elections slated for June 15.
- Country First, Comfort Next, Governor Tells Youth (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, May 14, 2007)
"Country first and comfort next" should be the motto of the youth to make India a strong nation from being a developing country, Governor Surjit Singh Barnala said.
- Exit Polls Predict Razor-Thin Edge For Bsp In Up (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, May 04, 2007)
Two major exit polls have predicted varying overall projection of seats in Uttar Pradesh assembly elections with one placing Bharathiya Janatha Party (BJP) and Samajwadi Party (SP) on the equal footing after the sixth round of the polling while the . . .
- Report On Single Stream Education Soon: Minister (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 10, 2007)
The high-level committee constituted to provide a uniform standard of education in the State will submit its recommendations soon, School Education Minister Thangam Thennarasu informed the Assembly on Monday.
- 2,115 Elected Representatives Illiterate: Survey (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Mar 30, 2007)
Efforts on to educate all the illiterate elected representatives
- Novel On Class Struggle (Hindu, P. Sundaresan, Mar 27, 2007)
Chinnappa bharathi is known for the depth of his novels in Tamil based on the class struggle.
- Of Scents And Sounds (Deccan Herald, Editorial, The Deccan Herald, Mar 27, 2007)
Thoughts of childhood days often bring a refreshing feeling.
- Rs. 1,054 Crore Earmarked For Higher Education (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Mar 24, 2007)
Students pursuing undergraduate courses in government colleges exempted from paying tuition fee
Shift system in all government colleges from coming academic year
New technical varsity, Tirunelveli Anna University, to be established New medical . . .
- Writers Have Duty To Highlight Social Issues: Nallakannu (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Mar 15, 2007)
Pudhumaipithan birth centenary celebrations held at Pondicherry University
- Bharathidasan Institute Of Management To Ink Pact With Textiles Committee (Hindu, M. Balaganessin, Mar 15, 2007)
The Centre for Contemporary Management Research of the Bharathidasan Institute of Management here will shortly enter into a memorandum of understanding with the Textiles Committee of the Union Ministry of Textiles to determine feasibility of . . .
- Slaves Of The Mines Review By S. Viswanathan (Frontline, S. Viswanathan, Mar 06, 2007)
A PROGRESSIVE person of the Marxist persuasion, K. Chinnappa Bharathi is arguably the only one of his kind in Tamil Nadu, combining in himself a relentless fighter and a resolute writer fired by an insatiable thirst to liberate victims of exploitation.
- Cauvery Final Award "Just, Equitable" (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Feb 26, 2007)
Centre for Cauvery Delta Development Studies inaugurated
- Call For Industry-Institute Synergy For Achieving Overall Development (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Feb 25, 2007)
A coordinated effort by industries and higher educational institutions will go a long way in achieving overall development for both the sectors, the Vice-Chancellor of Bharathidasan University, C. Thangamuthu, said here on Saturday.
- Rural Areas Get Access To Higher Education (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Feb 22, 2007)
Colleges started in remote rural areas help the eligible youths have an access to higher education, said the Vice-Chancellor of Bharathidasan University, C. Thangamuthu.
- Students' `Banner Of Revolt' Against Hiv-Aids (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Feb 15, 2007)
Bharathidasan College for Women inaugurates Red Ribbon Club
- Ask The Doc (Hindu, Editorial, The Hindu, Feb 11, 2007)
I AM 50 years old and am suffering from indigestion, gastritis and hyperacidity for about a year. I was treated for spondylitis with Tizan SR (6 mg). Forthe past year, I feel nauseous if I eat spicy food.
- Kalam Mourns Rangarajan (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Feb 11, 2007)
President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam has condoled the death of S. Rangarajan, Chairman of Kasturi and Sons Limited, proprietors of The Hindu Group of Publications.
- An Island Of Hope Amid Kidney Racket Ruins (Telegraph, M.R. Venkatesh, Feb 06, 2007)
As you walk into Kameshwar village in Nagapattinam, the fishermen turn suspicious.
- Kumbabishekam Of Panchamukha Anjaneyar Temple On Wednesday (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 29, 2007)
Trust to set up Veda patasala, medical centre for benefit of the poor.
- Feel Proud Of Indian Heritage: Advani (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 29, 2007)
Soundarya Lahari' is a priceless work, says former Deputy Prime Minister
`Soundarya Lahari celebrates the beauty of the Mother of the Universe'
Over 50,000 women participated in the recitation
- Five Suspected Ltte Men Held For Bid To Smuggle Ball Bearings (New Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 25, 2007)
In a major crackdown, the ‘Q’ Branch police on Wednesday, arrested eight persons, including five Sri Lankan Tamils, for allegedly attempting to smuggle a huge quantity of iron ball bearings to Sri Lanka.
- Eerie Calm Prevails In Bangalore (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 23, 2007)
Barring a stray incident in which a window pane of a bus carrying the Rapid Action Force (RAF) was damaged, the areas of Bharathinagar, Shivajinagar and Frazer Town which were rocked by large-scale rioting and arson over the past three days, remained . .
- 1 Killed In Firing As Mob Goes On Rampage (Asian Age, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 22, 2007)
One person was killed and 19 others suffered serious injuries when the police opened fire on a mob which indulged in arson, looting and violence in East Bangalore on Sunday. Eight of the injured were policemen.
- Violence Erupts Again In B'lore; 12-Yr-Old Killed In Police Firing (New Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 22, 2007)
A 12-year-boy was killed and three others sustained bullet injuries when police fired at a mob which indulged in arson and rioting in the eastern part of Bangalore City during a Shoba Yatra taken out by Hindu organisations in the city on Sunday.
- Violence Rocks Bangalore Again; 1 Killed, 60 Injured (Times of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 22, 2007)
In a bitter sequel to the riots on Friday, localities in Bangalore East witnessed another round of mob fury on Sunday as miscreants attacked shops and torched vehicles. A child was killed and over 60 people injured in the violence that rocked the city.
- Boy Killed In B’Lore Police Firing (Tribune, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 22, 2007)
Communal rioting in the IT city today left a 12-year-old boy dead and 25 others injured when the police fired on a rampaging mob, which had torched two buses and damaged several other vehicles besides looting shops in the Shivaji Nagar area here.
- Bangalore Meet To Condemn Saddam Hanging Ends In Violence (New Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 20, 2007)
Violence broke out in the Bharathinagar and Shivajinagar areas in the city on Friday evening as miscreants went on the rampage, torching vehicles and pelting stones. Several policemen, including an ACP, were badly injured and hospitalised.
- Novel Experiment (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 13, 2007)
Now read Sherlock Holmes in Tamil!
How will Sherlock Holmes say, "Elementary, my dear Dr. Watson" in Tamil? To learn more about that, you will have to read Manjari, the monthly Tamil magazine.
- Trust To Take Up Renovation Of 12th Century Temple (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 11, 2007)
The work will be launched at Hosgunda on Thursday
This is the 100th temple to be renovated by the trust
Yediyurappa to lay foundation stone for renovation work
- Don't Resort To Violence While Putting Forth Conflicting Views: Karunanidhi (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 09, 2007)
Chief Minister M.Karunanidhi on Monday renewed his appeal to both followers and detractors of Dravidar Kazhagam (DK) founder Periyar E.V.Ramasami not to resort to violent methods while putting forth their conflicting views.
- Bu Ties Up With Arkansas University To Set Up Nano-Facility Centre (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 08, 2007)
Bharathiar University inked a memorandum of understanding on Sunday with the Institute for Nano-, Micro and Neuro Electronics, Sensors and Systems, University of Arkansas, for establishing a nano-facility centre on the university premises, besides . . .
- Madras To Chennai (Frontline, THEODORE BASKARAN, Dec 22, 2006)
The book attempts to provide a complete perspective of the city, its people, its culture and its literature.
- A Tamil Scholar From France (Frontline, T.S. Subramanian, Dec 21, 2006)
A look at the work and achievements of Dr. Francois Gros and the French Institute of Pondicherry.
- Gender Issue: Transgenders Come Out In Support Of Santhi (New Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Dec 21, 2006)
After Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M Karunanidhi, support has come the way of athlete Santhi from a group of transgenders, who have lent their voice in her favour, saying that the issue has thrown open a new debate.
- The Everlasting Melody (Hindu, DEEPA GANESH, Dec 15, 2006)
Pravin Godkhindi realises soaring popularity charts is not everything. It is important to retain a connection with the song of the soul.
- Get City Projects Rolling By Feb 1: Cm (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Dec 13, 2006)
Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy on Tuesday undertook a comprehensive review of infrastructure projects for Bangalore worth over Rs 1,000 crore, including a Rs 100-crore project on housing for the poor.
- Of Leisure And A Landmark (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Dec 09, 2006)
Bharathi Park, which wears a new look, will reopen soon. DEEPA H RAMAKRISHNAN takes a look
- Dr. Ambedkar Remembered (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Dec 07, 2006)
Chief Minister N. Rangasamy, accompanied by his Cabinet colleagues, legislators, Pradesh Congress Committee president P. Shanmugham, AICC general secretary V. Narayanasamy MP, Speaker R. Radhakrishnan and Deputy Speaker A.V. Sreedharan paid homage . . .
- Don’T Commit Harakiri (Deccan Herald, K P Prabhakaran Nair, Dec 04, 2006)
‘India must not make the blunder of allowing the EU importers to suspect that in the niche, global Basmati market that our rice is contaminated with GM rice. There is a lesson to be learnt in all this...’
- Rs. 45.75 Lakh To Develop Zoological Park (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 27, 2006)
More animals and birds will be added to attract tourists More animals and birds will be added
- Gm Rice: Grains Of Disaster (Business Line, K. P. Prabhakaran Nair, Nov 24, 2006)
India would be committing `hara-kiri' in its niche Basmati market, if it makes the blunder of creating suspicion among EU importers that Indian rice is contaminated with GM rice.
- Cpi Flays Banks For Ignoring Poor (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 23, 2006)
"Loans available on a platter to affluent"
- First Agriculture Website Launched At Rajahmundry (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 21, 2006)
Officials told to give coverage to market rates in print medium also.
- All In One (Hindu, H.S. MANJUNATHA, Nov 17, 2006)
Nineteen novels spread over a period of 31 years.
- Eleven Maoists Killed In Ap Encounters (Times of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 11, 2006)
The Maoist movement suffered a big setback with the killing of 11 rebels, including CPI (Maoist) state committee member and Rayalaseema divisional committee secretary, Y Appa Rao alias Obulesu, in two separate encounters with police on Friday.
- Importance Of Reading Newspapers Stressed (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 02, 2006)
College Day was celebrated at Sri Bharathi College of Education and Sri Subabharathi Teacher Training Institute for Women at Kaikurichi near Pudukottai recently.
- A Legacy Preserved (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 26, 2006)
Thanks to Ramamurthi's efforts, six Indian Prime Ministers have read Bharati's "Swadanthra Pallu"
- Dmk List Of Candidates For Local Body Chief Posts (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 25, 2006)
The elections for the posts of chairpersons to municipalities, district panchayats and panchayat unions are scheduled for October 28
- A Legacy Preserved (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 16, 2006)
Thanks to the efforts of Chennai-based K. Ramamurthi, six Indian Prime Ministers have read Subramania Bharati's work "Swadanthra Pallu"
- Elderly Woman Murdered, Two Held (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 16, 2006)
Policemen apprehend the accused within hours after the crime was committed
- Crime City (Deccan Herald, Editorial, The Deccan Herald, Sep 16, 2006)
Bangalore is witnessing more organised crime.
- Striking Jipmer Staff Take Case To Lt. Governor (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 15, 2006)
Hospital services at the institute continue to be hit for the seventh day on the trot
- Rs.300 Crore To Be Sought From Centre For Wasteland Development . . . (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 15, 2006)
For overall development of 60,000 hectares, says Perambalur Collector Anil Meshram
- No Shobha Yatra During Datta Jayanthi: Govt (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 13, 2006)
Contrary to the BJP’s expectations, the JD (S)-led coalition government on Tuesday decided not to allow the shobha yatra, during the Datta Jayanthi celebrations at Bababudangiri in Chikmagalur district, in keeping with the stand taken by the Dharam . . .
- Hyderabad Boy Makes It To Guinness (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 08, 2006)
The wonder kid has finally done it. Eleven-year-old Nishchal Narayanam has got an entry into the Guinness Book of World Records in the `Most Random Objects Memorised' category.
- Zip On Bangalore-Mysore Road From Tomorrow (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 30, 2006)
Finally the 112 km four-lane Bangalore-Mysore road will be thrown open to the public on August 31, one month before Dasara, by Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy in Mysore.
- Propagation Of Tamil (Hindu, S. N. Kandaswamy, Aug 29, 2006)
Membaadu + Payanpaadu = Valarchi: V.C. Kulandaiswamy, Bharathi Pathippagam, 126/108, Usman Road, T. Nagar, Chennai-600017. Rs. 190.
- Tension Mounts As Dmdk Activists Raise A Banner Of Revolt In Villupuram (Hindu, A.V. Ragunathan, Aug 25, 2006)
Municipal operation of removing hoardings meets with resistance .
- Five Lives Of Vande Mataram (Indian Express, Sabyasachi Bhattacharya, Aug 24, 2006)
The appropriation of cultural creations for political purposes may be inevitable, but it should not happen in a state of arrogant ignorance.
- ‘Caste-Based Reservation Not For Development’ (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 24, 2006)
There are poor people in all castes. Everyone must come forward for the development of all of them, said Legislator Kumar Bangarappa. He asserted that caste-based agitations would not help.
- Handloom Weavers Take Out Rally (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 23, 2006)
They seek wages in proportion to quantum of their work
- ‘Nimage Ellarigu Aadarada Swagatha’ (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 22, 2006)
Kalam took the audience by surprise by starting his speech in Kannada. “Nimage Ellarigu Aadarada Swagatha,” he said to a rousing applause...
- Rangasamy, Leaders Pay Tribute To Rajiv Gandhi (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 21, 2006)
Pledge to promote unity and harmony among people
- Bangalore's Fragile Infrastructure (Frontline, PARVATHI MENON, Aug 17, 2006)
With the monsoon gaining strength, Bangalore's shaky infrastructure will once again be put to the test.
- Subsidy For Setting Up Information Technology, Biotech Industries (Hindu, S. Nadarajan, Aug 12, 2006)
Entrepreneurs will get 25 per cent of total investment
- Search For A New Way (Deccan Herald, Editorial, The Deccan Herald, Aug 09, 2006)
Since most hijras end up being stereotyped as cross-dressing men, they end up facing challenges linked with their identity.
- Government Keen On Promoting Tamil Literature: Rangasamy (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 08, 2006)
Unveils statue of poet Vaanidhasan in Bharathi Park
- Bodies Of Bahrain Fire Victims Arrive (Hindu, Sandhya Soman, Aug 03, 2006)
Many of them were the only earning members of their families
- Corporation Council Gives Conditional Approval For Bridge (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 01, 2006)
Wants private road to apartment site opened for public use
- Bu’S Msc Course In Molecular Biology, Life Sciences (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Jul 30, 2006)
Bangalore University (BU) will start two new post-graduate courses -- MSc (molecular biology) and MSc (life sciences) -- in addition to a post-graduate course in electronic media from this academic year.
- Environment Protection Need Of The Hour: Bank Chief (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jul 30, 2006)
For creating awareness among children of protecting environment
- Chief Minister To Hold Talks With Nabard On Cut In Refinances . . . (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jul 29, 2006)
Officials told to complete distribution of ration cards before August 15
NABARD advances to district cooperative bank reduced to Rs. 40 crore from Rs. 58 crore
Sowing operations taken up in 1.1 lakh hectares of land
7,324 girls identified . . .
- Sbi Donates Used Computers (Hindu, Deepa H.Ramakrishnan, Jul 26, 2006)
Chief Minister N. Rangasamy distributes loans to students
- Raja Rao: The Man (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Jul 16, 2006)
C N Srinath reminisces about Raja Rao, a dear family friend and a warm-hearted, serious man.
- Bsnl Launches `Pleasant Thrill Offer' (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jul 15, 2006)
It offers Nokia 1,100 handset with BSNL prepaid card for Rs. 2,199
- Beware Of Competition, Bsnl Employees Told (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jun 28, 2006)
BSNL should prove its mettle by providing quality and competitive service, says Vice-Chancellor
- All For Yakshagana (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Jun 27, 2006)
Uppala Krishna Master would teach at a school during the day and perform Yakshagana for a selected audience at night. Malar Jayaram Rai gets the artist to talk about his love for the art form.
- Poll Materials And Ballot Boxes Despatched To Polling Stations (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jun 27, 2006)
District Election Officer supervises arrangements at distribution centre
- Blazing A New Trail (Business Line, B. S. Raghavan , Jun 26, 2006)
How forceful and committed leadership can, even within existing systemic and procedural obstructions, propel an institution in path-breaking directions has been amply demonstrated by the dynamic and innovative Vice-Chancellor, Dr. C. Thangamuthu . . .
- Briefly (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jun 26, 2006)
A group of people from Nagaral village in Chikkodi taluk and from Chikkodi town allegedly killed two persons over a property dispute on Friday.
- Prints And Imprints (Hindu, ATHREYA, Jun 22, 2006)
An exhibition by two printmakers trained in Santiniketan offers nicely done but uneven works
- Kumaraswamy To Seek Judicial Inquiry Into Allegations Against Him (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jun 16, 2006)
To consult BJP and JD(S) MLAs before taking a decision on quitting
He will request Chief Justice to appoint a High Court judge to look into the allegation and come out with a report
Accuses Congress of unleashing `politics of vengeance'
- Tnpl Pulpwood Consumption To Go Up To 3.50 Lakh Tonnes (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jun 13, 2006)
After implementation of Rs. 556-crore mill development plan
Company to intensify implementation of Farm Forestry and Captive Plantation Schemes
The schemes, being implemented in nine districts, will be extended to six more
NGOs, progressive . . .
- Quotas For Obcs `For First Time Since Independence' (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jun 08, 2006)
Constitution `provides for reservations for backward classes, citizens' Constitution `provides for reservations for backward classes, citizens'
Arguments of anti-reservationists baseless
Such move taken after 60 years of freedom
- Quotas For Obcs `For First Time Since Independence' (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jun 07, 2006)
Constitution `provides for reservations for backward classes, citizens' Constitution `provides for reservations for backward classes, citizens'
Arguments of anti-reservationists baseless
Such move taken after 60 years of freedom
- Fighting Human Trafficking (Times of India, David C Mulford, Jun 06, 2006)
I cannot imagine a more heinous crime than trafficking in human beings — the marketing, distribution, and in many cases, sale of women and children to be exploited and abused by others.
- Rs. 2 A Kg Rice Scheme' Launched In Districts (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jun 04, 2006)
About 5.34 lakh cardholders will get 11,274 kg in June alone
- Cb-Cid Probe Sought Into Eunuch Murder (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jun 01, 2006)
Aravanis stage demonstration and submit a memorandum to Collector The eunuch, who had come along with a man to a lodge on the Madurai road, was found dead with multiple cut injuries on her body.
- Exit Poll Says Ldf Will Gain 58 Seats, Udf Lose 56 (Hindu, Renu Ramanath, Apr 30, 2006)
The India Vision-AC Nielsen Exit Poll conducted among the Kerala voters on Saturday predicted that the UDF share would go down to 37 seats.
- Southern Record (Frontline, T.S. Subramanian, Apr 29, 2006)
South India has an enviable history of reservation in education.
- The War Of The Freebies (Business Line, Rasheeda Bhagat , Apr 28, 2006)
The battle for Tamil Nadu is being fought with rice and TV sets, as the Kazhagams go on a dole overdrive. Here, a quick measure of the people's pulse, especially vis-à-vis the Vaiko factor and the caste issues. In Tamil Nadu, so mixed is the . . .
- Neat Presentation (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 28, 2006)
The weeklong Sri Ramanavami Music Festival of Mysore concluded at the Bidaram Sri Ramamandira with the vocal concert . . .
- Dmk Bid To Capture An Aiadmk Fortress (Hindu, S. Ganesan, Apr 24, 2006)
AIADMK has won five of the seven elections held since the creation of the constituency in 1977
- Space Technology Will Determine Development Of The . . . (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 18, 2006)
Inaugurates `Space-Tech' lecture series in Bharathidasan University
- Minister Gives It City A ‘Health’ Tag (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 11, 2006)
The State Government is committed to provide telemedicine facility in all 27 districts of the State, said Health Minister R Ashok.
- Five Constituencies In Tiruchi Will Witness Battle Between Aiadmk And Dmk (Hindu, Syed Muthahar Saqaf, Apr 10, 2006)
Nine constituencies in the district account for 17,55,023 voters
- Book On Ambemule Govinda Bhat (Hindu, Coomi Kapoor, Apr 08, 2006)
Seer of Sri Edaneeru Math Sri Keshavananda Bharati swamiji will release `Yaksha Vallari'
- In Just 28 Yrs, This Govt Servant Minted Rs 12 Cr (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 07, 2006)
Meet B T Lakshman, Chief General Manager of Mysore Minerals Limited. His take-home salary is Rs 18,000. But he is worth more than Rs 12 crore.
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