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  • 31. Worlds largest Jesus Christ StatuePoland to build worlds largest Jesus Christ statue — A small Polish town has sought to place itself on the globaltourist map by building the worlds largest statue of Jesus, eclipsing Rios famous Christ the Redeemer. Moreimages after the break...
  • 32. The statue of Jesus Christ in Swiebodzin is due for completion in November Photo: EPA
  • 33. Swiebodzin, a Polish town of 21,000 near the German border, will soon be home to a 33-metre effigy of Christ,which, along with a crown that adds a further two metres and its 16-metre mound will put all other statuesdedicated to the son of God in its shade. Due for completion in November, the monument should pip the worldscurrent record holder, Bolivias Cristo de la Concodia statue, by some nine metres, and look down on the worldfamous statue in Rio de Janeiro, which stands just 30 metres tall minus its plinth. Although erected ostensiblyto show gratitude to God, the town hopes having the massive statue will bring tourists into a community thathas lain off the beaten track for most of its existence.
  • 34. "If we had opened a racetrack or a golf course here, tourists would have come only for the season. But with a statue of Jesus the season will last the whole year," a local official told Wprost, a weekly news magazine.With construction nearing the end, engineers face the hazardous task of lifting the figures massive head and shoulders into place, which, officials say, might require the use of a helicopter. By Matthew Day in Warsaw
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  • 62. - Show quoted text -Than Shwes Son-in-law Named Ambassador to ChinaBy WAI MOE- Hide quoted text -In his latest effort to entrench his familys status as Burmas ruling clan, Snr-Gen Than Shwe appoints his son-in-law to serve as the countrys ambassador to its closest ally.In his 18 years as head of Burmas ruling junta, Snr-Gen Than Shwe has worked tirelessly to cement not onlythe regimes hold on power, but also the status of his closest relatives as members of the countrys de factoroyal family.
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  • 86. 16 000 ‘ z -- ‘ -- was firstlaid out in 1975 by designer Greg Bright. The Maze covers an area of around 1.48 acres (0.6 hectares) with a 1 69 2 72 z ‘ -dimensional, with six wooden bridges offering tantalizing glimpses towards the elusive centre of the maze,which is marked by an observation tower for visitors who manage to find it. Reignac-sur-Indre Maze (France)
  • 87. In 1996, the year this plant maze --the worlds largest-- was created at Reignac-sur-Indre in Touraine, 85,000visitors came to admire and lose themselves in the middle of its 4-hectare (10-acre) expanse. Each year, a mazeof corn or sunflowers emerges from the ground over the summer, is harvested in the autumn, and thenreappears the following year in a different form, thanks to a well-proven technique of sowing and marking out. York Maze, a Star Trek tribute (UK)
  • 88. Containing 1.5 million individual plants, this maze --just outside York-- covers 32 acres, the equivalent of 15football pitches, and was designed using satellite technology, which meant the paths could be cut to anaccuracy of half a metre. The huge maze was created by Tom Pearcy as a tribute to the 40th anniversary of StarTrek.
  • 89. Ashcombe Maze (Australia) z ‘ z ted at Shoreham on the eastof the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria. Measuring three meters high by two meters wide, the gardens also boast ‘ z 217 1 200 Pineapple Garden Maze (Hawaii)
  • 90. ‘ z 2001 zthree miles of paths on three acres. Instead of a traditional English hedge, it is planted with 14,000 colorfulHawaiian plants, including hibiscus, croton, panax, pineapple and heliconia. It is located in Wahiawa, Hawaii atDole Plantation and certainly looks scary from the air.Snake Maze (UK)
  • 91. Michael Blee, 62, spent several months creating this six-acre maze at Gore Farm in Upchurch, near Rochester,Kent. Its hedges stand 9ft tall. This is the 10th and the most complicated maze Mr. Blee has ever done. He ishoping his giant game makes it into the Guinness Book of Records. Il Labirinto (Italy)
  • 92. Created in the early 1700s, Il Labirinto is said to be one of the most complicated labyrinths in the world. Locatedin the town of Stra, just outside Venice on the grounds of Villa Pisani, the legend says Napoleon got "lost" in itaround 1807. Peace Maze (Ireland)
  • 93. This Irish maze was officially opened in 2001. The largest permanent hedge maze in the world, it covers an areaof 11,000m2 --2.7 acres, or, 1.1 hectares. The path length is 3147m (2 miles or 3443 yards). The hedge isconstructed from 6000 yew trees, many of which were planted during December 2000 by people from all overNorthern Ireland.
  • 94. Hampton Court Maze (UK)The Maze at Hampton Court, the royal palace on the Thames to the west of London, is probably UKs mostfamous one. Planted as part of the gardens laid out for William of Orange between 1689 and 1695 by GeorgeLondon and Henry Wise, it covers an area of a third of an acre (about 1350 sq meters), with paths of over half amile (0.8 km) long. It was described with great wit in Jerome K. Jeromes novel Three Men in a Boat. HamptonCourt Maze continues to attract hundreds of thousands of visitors each year. Davis Mega Maze (USA)
  • 95. Davis Mega Maze in Sterling, Massachusetts, has been a popular seasonal attraction since 1998. DavisFarmland, a seventh-generation family-owned farm, holds this unique maze that changes completely from yearto year. Designed in Dorset, England, by maze designer Adrian Fisher who is often credited with creating themodern maize maze craze, the Mega Maze takes more than 12,800 labor hours to be created each year.10 of the Worlds Most Dangerous Roads
  • 96. The Death Road (Bolivia)
  • 97. The North Yungas Road, also known as The Death Road, is a 61 to 69 km road leading from La Paz to Coroico(Bolivias capital, to the Amazon region) in the Yungas region of Bolivia. It is legendary for its extreme danger:in 1995 the Inter-American Development Bank christened it as the "worlds most dangerous road. " Oneestimate is that 200-300 travelers were killed yearly along the road. The road includes crosses marking many ofthe spots where such vehicles have fallen.Guoliang Tunnel Road (China)
  • 98. The road in Taihang mountains was built by local villagers: it took five years to finish the 1,200 metre longtunnel which is about 5 meters high and 4 meters wide. Some of the villagers died in accidents duringconstruction; undaunted, the others continued. On May 1, 1977, the tunnel was opened to traffic. It is located inthe Taihang Mountains, in the Hunan Province of China. Ruta 5: Arica to Iquique Road (Chile)
  • 99. The road from Arica to Iquique is renowned for being dangerous; you drive past very deep valleys and windyour way through, spotting ever so often tell-tale vehicle skeletons at the bottom. The few times you can see
  • 100. cars and buses passing by, they were doing so at such a speed that you may think they are either tempting fatevery foolishly or perhaps they are just ghosts whizzing past. The mono-hued and isolated scenery is well capableof endowing you with the capacity to have such visions, so concentrating and avoiding the use of any form ofhallucinatory substance is essential here.Siberian Road to Yakutsk (Russia)
  • 101. The Russian Federal Highway connects Moscow to Yakutsk, where the coldest temperature ever recordedoutside Antarctica was recorded. Yakutsk is also the largest city built on continuous permafrost. Most houses arebuilt on concrete piles because of the frozen ground.What does all this have to do with being one of the worlds most dangerous roads? Well, during the winter,which is approximately ten months long, driving in and out of Yakutsk is subject to heavy snow, ice, andreduced visibility. However, winter road conditions are a picnic compared to trying to navigate the RussianFederal Highway on July and August. Though many Siberian residents will tell you the highway is not paved tokeep the Germans out (a tired World War II era joke), the truth is because of the permafrost there is no asphalt,creating a mud induced traffic jam every time the summer rains swing Yakutsks way. Near thousand car trafficjams are not unheard of and during these back ups and travelers might pass the time while stuck in Siberiantraffic by looting, beating, and kidnapping other travelers. Siberian mud pirates.
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  • 126. Dear Friends -In my previous posting which I sent I made a mistake in-haste, saying that LSE-Al Jazeera English dialogue withAung San Suu Kyi was scheduled to be broadcast under AJZs regular Inside Story. It will be broadcast as aSpecial program - twice on Wednesday 22 Dec and Thursday 23 Dec.Also included in this posting are two other interviews (transcripts) from the Global Post and one Canadianpublication.cheers,
  • 127. zarniSee the schedule:http://english.aljazeera.net/Services/Schedule/ProgramSchedule.aspxGMT - LOCALWednesday, 22 December 201000:0001:00
  • 128. Al Jazeera News Special: Aung San Suu Kyi00:30 00:30 Suu Kyi addresses the Generals, why they maintain power, the youth and what she expects from them, and puts forward her vision for Myanmar.Al Jazeera News Special: Aung San Suu KyiSuu Kyi addresses the Generals, why they maintain power, the youth and what she expects from them, and putsforward her vision for Myanmar. Al Jazeera News Special: Aung San Suu Kyi07:30 07:30 Suu Kyi addresses the Generals, why they maintain power, the youth and what she expects from them, and puts forward her vision for Myanmar.THURSDAY 23 Dec - GMT
  • 129. Al Jazeera News Special: Aung San Suu Kyi12:30 12:30 Suu Kyi addresses the Generals, why they maintain power, the youth and what she expects from them, and puts forward her vision for Myanmar. Al Jazeera News Special: Aung San Suu Kyi19:00 19:00 Suu Kyi addresses the Generals, why they maintain power, the youth and what she expects from them, and puts forward her vision for Myanmar.================http://www.globalpost.com/dispatch/asia/101220/interview-burma-myanmar-aung-san-suu-kyiInterview: Straight talk from Aung San Suu KyiFamed dissident dishes on the junta, tiny cell phones and how Burmese need to help themselves.
  • 130. 0diggo Facebooko Reddito StumbleUpono Newsvineo Print Version FOR OUR MEMBERS Indonesias jihadi vigilantism Pariss ultimate power restaurants Dec. 10: Live photo discussion - dramatic images of the Afghan surge By Bernard Krisher - Special to GlobalPost Published: December 20, 2010 12:58 ET in Asia
  • 131. Burmas democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi poses for a portrait at the National League for Democracy (NLD)headquarters in Rangoon, Burma, on Dec. 8, 2010. (Getty Images)Aung San Suu Kyi, the revered leader of ‘ democracy movement, was released from house arrest inNovember after more than 15 years. Elected prime minister in 1990, but denied her title and confined off-and-on ever since, the Nobel Peace Laureate is considered by some to be a Gandhi-caliber icon. In this interview,Suu Kyi talks about her willingness to cooperate with the junta, her eagerness to get an email account and herplans for Burmas future.Bernard Krisher, publisher of The Cambodia Daily and The Burma Daily, first interviewed Suu Kyi in 2000 inRangoon. This month, Krisher conducted a follow-up phone interview with her, the text of which appears hereexclusively.GP: Now that you have been released, are you willing to cooperate with the regime?
  • 132. Aung San Suu Kyi: I think Ive always said I was willing to cooperate with the regime. I dont think this issomething new.You won the election in 1990 and the regime did not allow you to take power and then you were under housearrest and confinement for many years. Now that you are free, how do you feel? What should be your relationshipto the junta now?Our relationship to the junta has always been based on what we can best do for the country. That is how we j ‘me under detention. These personal considerations dont come into the picture at all.What you would like to do in the future? What are you plans, what is your agenda?Yes, of course we have an agenda but the most important thing at the moment is for the whole world tounderstand that Burma needs a process of democratization. We would like all of our supporters to work towardsthis. And not just our supporters but the international community and the United Nations.When I met you the last time in 2000, I asked how can you survive this? You said through humor. After all thathas happened, do you still feel that humor is the best way to survive?Humor is one of the best ingredients of survival. We have a lot of it around in the NLD [our party, the NationalLeague for Democracy] and I dont think we could have survived without it, considering that so many of us have
  • 133. been in and out of prison so frequently. But when we sit around and talk and do our work there is a lot oflaughter. It is part of our survival apparatus.Are you able to use email now? ‘ j ne in the NLD office reconnected after eight years. Wellhave to wait a little longer before we graduate to the email stage yet.I suspect you are talking on a cell phone. Have you used a cell phone before?I only used a cell phone for the first time after I was released. I had difficulty coping with it because it seemedso small and insubstantial.There have been leaks of diplomatic cables indicating that the U.S. government believes that the Burmese regimeis pursuing a nuclear weapons program with North K ‘ involvement. Are the people of Burma aware of thisand what is your opinion?I am not aware of this in any detail but I have heard about it on the radio.What is the best way for foreign governments or aid groups to help Burma? What does Burma need and what isthe best way to help?The best way to help Burma is to empower the people of Burma, to help us have enough self-confidence toobtain what we want for ourselves. For the moment, our people are frightened and lack confidence they haveany power. The best way people can help us is to encourage us to help ourselves.
  • 134. How can non-governmental organizations help Burma?When they give humanitarian aid, it should be given in such a way that it empowers people instead ofincreasing their dependency.As you told me the last time ― teach them how to fish rather than giving them ‖?Ive gone one step further. Apart from teaching them how to fish, you need to create an environment wherethey can use their fishing skills. That is to say, it is no use teaching them how to fish and then leaving them at ‘their skills and that their skills are suited to the environment.Do you intend to run for office in the next election? ‘ x ‘predict what will happen in the next five years.In "Inside Burma," GlobalPost visits the refugee camps along the Thai border to give voice to civilians who areoften silenced under a repressive regime:==================================Some Burmese NGOs Say Suu Kyi Hampers Their Work
  • 135. By HTET AUNG Thursday, December 16, 2010http://www.irrawaddy.org/article.php?art_id=20331Some Burmese non-governmental organizations (NGOs) have complained to a United Nations envoy that theirwork has been hampered by the release of Aung San Suu Kyi and her active involvement in social issues.The complaints were voiced in a meeting between Vijay Nambiar, the UN secretary-generals special envoy toBurma, and representatives of local NGOs during his two-day visit to Burma. Unofficial notes on the meetings,obtained by The Irrawaddy, reported that the potential for opening up the countrys civil society groups toaddress the countrys social issues in the post-election period had been discussed.
  • 136. Among those who met Nambiar were Nay Win Maung, of Myanmar Egress; Khin Maung Yin and Dr Myo Lwin ofthe Pyo Pin Program; Thiha Kyaing of the Phoenix Association (Myanmar); Myint Su from the Local ResourceCenter; and officials from the Metta Foundation and the International Development Enterprise.The notes on the meeting said Nay Win Maung and Khin Maung Yin told the UN envoy it had become moredifficult to carry out their social works after Suu Kyis release because of what they perceived as her hardlinepolitical stand. Her call for a second Panglong conference, for example, was ― ‖ they said.However, the notes didnt elaborate precisely on how the NGOs felt Suu Kyis political stand could hamper theirsocial works. The Irrawaddy tried to contact Nay Win Maung to obtain further elaboration but couldnt reach him.Nay Win Maung is one of the founders of Myanmar Egress, which actively promoted the Nov. 7 election throughvoter education programs. He also owns the local weekly journal The Voice. Khin Maung Yin is a leader of thePyo Pin Program, which is funded by the UK Department for International Development via the British Embassyin Rangoon.
  • 137. ― dont view the release of Daw Aung San Suu Kyi ‖ said Thiha Kyaing. ― said they could dotheir social works better before Daw Suu was freed and that after her release the political situation becameshaky. It was difficult for them to operate their ‖Thiha Kyaing said he didnt share these views. ― of the people who met the special envoy are not reallyworking at the grassroots level and they spoke mostly about policy issues, neither truly representing norknowing the real situation of the ‖Phoenix Association is a non-profit social organization and its members are people living with HIV/AIDS. Theorganization was established in 2005 with the objective of supporting HIV/AIDS patients facing social andeconomic problems.Thiha Kyaing said the Phoenix Association had not experienced greater difficulty in carrying out its social worksince Suu Kyis release, which the organization viewed positively.
  • 138. ― fact, Daw Suus influence can even be used to raise funds for our ‖ he said. ― in thecommunities that I am working with strongly support Daw ‖In the unofficial meeting notes, Nay Win Maung and Khin Maung Yin said Suu Kyi needs to update herknowledge of the changes that occurred during her house arrest.They complained they hadnt had a chance to meet Suu Kyi—although Thein Oo, the National League forDemocracy (NLD) official responsible for arranging all meetings with Suu Kyi, told The Irrawaddy: ― has sofar been no request from Egress to meet with Daw Aung San Suu K ‖Ohn Kyaing, the NLD central executive committee member responsible for contacts with other localorganizations, dismissed the Egress and Pyo Pin Program complaints as ― ‖ He said: ― her release,she has already made clear that she is willing to cooperate with all ‖
  • 139. Following her release last month, Suu Kyi has advocated a strengthening of the civil society organizations. In avideo speech sent to the recent EU Development Forum, she called for more investment in the development ofcivil society organizations, adding that it must be ― and ‖2010-12-222010-12-22
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  • 214. Wဧ္ပဧ္ကကရ္္ကအရဠကW္နရWဤနဠကယယက အယကW4 EW- EE- AESဧ္နဧေအ္ဧေယ္W ရကယနရ ဟဆျWေအေဧခ္ကဲ္ကေိ္ခကက ္နရWရ ဟ္ပ္ကက ခ ဤဢနရW ရကကရပ ယနရ ္္ဆဲပနရကကလနရဲWဟအလ္ကပနရကကေယချသအ ။W “W”ဧဆဘပဲ္ကေိ္ခကက ္နရWဧ္ပဧ္ကကဧယနရကက Wဲ္ကဢနရကအလ္ကဟ္ခWဟဥနယကေဢခ္ကသအ W ရWေအေဧခ္ကWကေအခ-အဟယကဟချဲ္ကဤနဠကေအ ဢနရကကယက ဟျW ရကဟံယရန ္္ဆဲWဤနဠကယယက ဟဆကဲနရဤဆကျWဧခအျ ဧခ Wဤနဠကယယက အလ္ကဟဆကWဟဥနယကေယချေိ္ခကက W W4 EW-EE-AESေ္သဠကဢကဲ္ကေိ္ခကက အလ္ကဤဆကျW ဲ္ကေိ္ခကက ဧဤ္ကWW4 EW-EE-AESယကအျရဤအယ္ကကပ ္ဲနရဤဆက။Wဧဲနရရ္W၀ဧဲရနရ္ဢနရကကယက ၏Wယခ ဧ္နဧေအ္ဧေယ္W ရကယနရ ဟဆျW“ဧ ္ကရ္ယခဣယကတျရဤအ္WWဤနဠကယယက ဟပပျကကျWရယကဤ္ကကရပ ္ကက ခ ဤဢနရW ရကကရပ ယနရ ္္ဆဲပနရကကလနရဲWဟအလ္ကပနရကကေယချသအ ။W ေအေဧခ္ကဲ္ကေိ္ခကက ္နရWရ ဟ္ပ WဥနနWဲနရဤဆက။”ဧဆဘပဲ္ကေိ္ခကက ္နရWဧ္ပဧ္ကကဧယနရကက Wဲ္ကဢနရကအလ္ကဟ္ခWဟဥနယကေဢခ္ကသအ W
  • 215. WWဧကကယခယ္ကဲ္ကေိ္ခကက ေရၐယနကကWဧေအ္္ံ ခ ဤဆကျWယဠက္ရကအလယကေ္္ခကW W3 EW-EE-AESအဟယကဟခပနရကကကံဧေယအလကကျWဢ္ကအျရယနကကWယကအျရဤအ ံဟျWဤရအဤဆက။Wဧဲနရရ္Wေအေဧခ္ကေ္သဠကဢကW ၀ဟ္ခ ္ရနWဧဤံန အရေေယဤဆကဥနWဧ ရကရ္ယခ ဧကကယခယ္ကဲ္ကဤနဠကဟပဢနရကကဧခ W ရကဟံဤနဠကယယက အခယနကကWဧရဟကယပ ္္ကက ပနရကကကံအလ္ကဤဆကျWသ ္ဢခ ေဘျတျကပနရကကကံပျကကျW )၄(ဧကကယခယ္ကဲ္ကေိ္ခကက Wယံရ္ကရပ ဟျWဢ္ကေယနထယနကကWဧေ္ခကကဧ ဆကေရၐဢခအ္ကက W ္္ရယကဲ္ကအယကဧယန္ကWဠကက ပရနကကကံပျကကျဢဆက Wပျ္ကပရနကကကံဆရပပရပကက ဟပဟ္ခ ္နရWအရေဢနရက္ဆျဟအျရ္ဆျဥနဢဆက Wဧ ္ကရ္Wယခဣယကတျရဤအ္ဲနရဤဆက။Wဠ္နဢ္ကအျရဧ္္ရယကယနကကWအရဆကယနကက ၏Wဧကကယခယ္ကဲ္ကဤနဠကဟပWေရၐ၌Wဧေအ္္ံ ခ ဤဆကျWဲ္ကေိ္ခကက ဟ္ခ ေရၐယနကကWဧဤနံ အရေေယအ္ကက အလ္ကဤဆက။W W3 EW-EE-AESဲ္ကေိ္ခကက ဟ္ခ ဧခ WကံWဧရ္ဧဣကကWပနရကကကံေရ္က ကWဤနံ ဲဠကေ္္ခကဟျWဧကကယခယ္ကဤံန ္နအဆ ္ကက ဟ္ခ Wေဲခကကအန္ကေယေိ္ခကက W ဧဲနရရ္ဲ္ကေိ္ခကက ယနကကWအဟယကဟခပနရကကWအဟယကဟချဲ္ကဤနဠကေအ ဢနရကကယက ၏Wဤယကက ဧ္္္ကဧဢ္ကပျကကျWယဆက ရဆခယခယဟျWဤရအဤဆက။
  • 216. WW))lanWFeJ WweNiyaD7(ဠနုယ္နရ္နရWW:tiedrC ဧကကယခယ္ကဢရနကက ဟ္ခ Wဟိ္ခ္ာWအရယကေယခ္ကဟပအလ္ကWEPMကက ္Wဘပပျ္က ဆဟျခWရနရနရရနဲနရ ဢခယဠက။W္္နယကေယခကယနရထ္Wယဠကသ္ကဟနရထဢနရထဢခ ဟဤရသအ ။Wယ္ကရယကWယ္ကရယက္ရနW ဧကကယခယ္ကဢနရWMPE“ဢနရကက ေ္ခကက ေ္ခကက ဟနယကဟနယကWအယခဲနရဢရနထWဤံန အ္ကေဢခ္ကေယခကကဟတျရသအ ။Wအအကကဢဆက Wဟယ္ကအအကကWေယထဢဠကအရယက၊WေယထဢဠကအအကကWW”ဆေယအရယကWဧဆဘပဢနရရဆWဤနံ ေယအယခW ေဲခကကတန္ကဢ္္ကတျရဤဆကျWဧကကယခယ္ကဢနရကက ဟ္ခ Wဟိ္ခ္ာWWအဟယကဟချဲ္ကဤနဠကေအ ဢနရကကယက ဟျ ကကWယဠကကဟရေဲဟ္ခ အျရW္ပ ရနခ ေအ ဢနရကကယက ဟ္ခ W ၀အရယကေယခ္ကေယဟပေိ္ခကကျWအယက္နယကဧရ္ဧ WPAPဧ္္ကံ္ံေဢ္္ကအျရေိ္ခကက W္ံန္ဟက ဤရအျရအဤဆက။Wအရဆကယနကက အျရWဧကကယခယ္ကဣယကေဲခကကဟပWေ ခ္ကရံျဤအW ကက Wဢနရကက အရယကေယခ္ကဟပWဧကကယခယ္ကဢရနကက ဟ္ခ ဤဆကWဠ္နပျ္ကဧယန EPMWအလ္ကေဤခW ဢရနကက ဟ္ခ Wအဠအဤနံ ္နဆေယဤဆကျWဧကကယခယ္ကဲနရကကဟ္ခ ၊W SlADWဲ္ကယနရ္ကအလ္ကေရၐေယဤဆက။W နရထေိ္ခကကျW EPMWU eiWဟ္ခ ပျကျကWရအ ယနဆဤံန ္နဆေယအေိ္ခကက WPAPW္ပ ရနခ ေအ ဢနရကကယက ဟ္ခ ဟျခWဧအ္ခ ေဤခW ္နယကေယခကယနရထ္Wဧကကယခယ္ကဢနရကက ္Wဘပပျ္က ဆဟျခWရနရနရရနဲနရ ဢခယဠက။W္ WMPE“ဟ္ခ ္ေအရခဤဆက။W ယဠကသ္ကဟနရထဢနရထဢခ ဟဤရသအ ။Wယ္ကရယကWယ္ကရယက္ရနWဢနရကက ေ္ခကက ေ္ခကက ဟနယကဟနယကWအယခဲနရဢရနထW
  • 217. ဥနW”ဤံန အ္ကေဢခ္ကေယခကကဟတျရသအ ။Wအအကကဢဆက Wဟယ္ကအအကကWေယထဢဠကအရယက၊WေယထဢဠကအအကကWဆေယအရယကWဧဆဘပဢနရရဆWဤနံ ေယအယခရဆကယနကက အျရW္ပ ရနခ ေအ ဢနရကကယက ဟ္ခ ပျကကျW ေဟခကဢကဟေရကကကဟေရဲတျရWအခုခဧကကယခယ္ကဲနရကကဟျWယခဣယက္ံယ္ကကပ ္ေအရခဤဆက။Wအပျ္ကဟ္ေရ ံဟျWအဠအ ခ အကရပ WEPMWPAPWဧကကယခယ္ကဲနရကကဟ္ခ ၊Wဤန ္နဆဤအဟ္ခ ္Wဠကက အရယကေယခ္ကဟပဟ္ခ ေိ္ခကကျWအယယခရနံပျကကျဧဆဘပဢနရဤနံ ေယယခေယခကကဟျWယ္က္္ယေဢWအယယခရံန္ရ္ရ္္ကအကကW “ဢနရကက အရယက္္ရယကယနကကWဢျဆကျဢဆကဤနံ ္နဆေယိ္အေိ္ခကက Wဤရအဤဆက။WဥနWဧကကယခယ္က္နယကယ္ကတျကကWဧ္္ကဧ္ဆပျကကျWရယကဤ္က၍W ”အခ။Wဧဆဘပဢရနအ္က္္အကကWသခဟျ္ရနWဢနရကဢရနထဟအေယချသအ ဤနခ ေ္္ေရဲဠနကက ဟပ၊W acobeyeWဢနရကကယက အျကကယ္ကကပ ္ေအရခဤဆက။Wဠ္နပျ္ကဧယနကက Wဧကကယခယ္ကအရယကေယခ္ကဟပဟ္ခ ဤဆကWဲခဝခ္္ေရဲဠနကက ဟပ၊Wဟပဟ္ခ Wအလ္ကရနခ ေယကရပ Wဤံန ္နဤအဧ္္ေရဲ္ဟအWဠ္နပျ္ကဤဆကW ယနရ္က္ရန္က္ံအဟပ္ဤဆကျWဧေိ္ခကက ဧဟ္ေရ ဟ္ေရ ပျကကျWအရယကေယခ္က ဆWဧကကယခယ္ကအရယကေယခ္ကဟပဧံ္ရဟကWဧဢနယကဟ္ခ ေဤခပျ္ကအလ္ကေိ္ခကက Wေအရခိ္ဤဆက။WW)lanWFeJ WweNiyaD7(ေယဢကက ေဧခကကWW:tiedrCWW သပဢ္ံW နယကေ္္ W၄ဘဤဟWW၂ယတနယကဧ္ရန အ္Wအဟယကဟခပရနကကကံဧခ Wဧေဟအရ္ယကေဘၐဢခWW ္ယ ဢရဠ္ကW)၄၉၇ယကW၊WဧဟျW၂၅(ဧယနဧဟျယကW ဆ
  • 218. သပဢ္ံWေ္္ ေကန နယကေ္္ ဟပဲရနကကအခWရအ ေရ္ကက ေဲခကကအန္ကဟပW W၄ဘဤဟWW၂ယတနယကပရနကကကံ္Wအဟယကဟခပရနကကကံဧခ Wဧေဟအရ္ယကWေဘၐဢခWWယကအျရဤအဟ္ခ ္W္္ေရကဲရန္ဆျဤဆက။၀အ္ကေယထယနကကWေယအရဆကေယခက၌Wပျ္ကပရနကကကံယခW၃၀ကကသခဢW၀ဤေသခယအW္ခ္္ေရက္ရနWပရနယရနထဧိ္ခ WW)tl t(tnryaWlepeDevkeyCW ayoWteiveiaCreyW ဠကဟပသာကပျကျကWဠကက ဤေသခယအဆပ္္္က္ရနWအဟယကဟချပရနကကကံအ္ခ W္နယကဤနအဟယကဟခWမခယကW-အရေဢနရက္ဆျကရပ Wေ္္ ေကန္ရနWအ္ရနကကအရဆကယဠကWေ္္ခ္ကအလယကဟရေဲဟျWယတနယကအရဆကWဠအယယကအရဆကယဠကဤရနထWဤနဠကယယက ခ ဟဆျကWယတနယကဤနခ ဟဆကအလ္ကေိ္ခကက WအဟယကဟခWပရနကကကံဲရနကကအခW ေကနဲရရန္ကဢရနကက ဧယန္ကWအဟယကဟခပရနကကကံသ္ကဟျWအကက ပျပ အဟနေရကပျံအယကWဧမရ္Wဧဤံန အရေWယကWသ ေအေအဟ္ကW္Wေအရခဤဆက။၀ဠကေအ ေ္ခကက္္က၀ယတနယကဤံတံန ၏W္ပ ရနခ ေအ ပျကျကW္အ ဤယက ေအခကကမခယကေကနဲWရရန္ကဢရနကက W္ပဟံ္ရယက ဧယ္ကW ၀ကကယဆျWဤသခ၀ေ္္ ေကန္Wအဟယကဟခ၊Wယတနယက၊W္နရအပ ဠခ ယဆထWဧရပရာဠWေဢ ပရနကကကံရ္ "ေရ ပရနကကအကကW္ပဟံ္ရယက ္ရနWဧအဟယကဲံန W ၀္ကWေရ ယခရ္။Wအကက ပျပ ေကနWဧအရဆျကဧအဟယကဟခအရဆကဧယန္ကWအကက ပျပ ေကနဧအလWဥနW၎္Wေအရခဤဆက။W"ဧေ္ခကကဧ ဆကေလခကပရနကကဟျခရ္Wကကေိ္ခကက Wဤရအဤဆက။၀အခ္ရနကကပပယက Wအျဠကဠခရ္W၃ဘဤဟWW၇ဧဲရနရ္္ပဟံ္ရယက ယနကကWအဟယကဟခပရနကကကံဟျWရခိ္ခ အ္ကက ဟအျရေဤခကဢဆက Wဠကက မခယကေကနဲရရန္ကW သ ေအေအဟ္က္Wေ္္ ေကနပျကျကရယကဤ္ကဤဆျကWဧေဤ ္ရယကဧေိ္ခကက ဧအခဟ္ခ ္ရနဟအWေအWဢရနကက ္ပဟံ္ရယက ဧအရကကWဧအ္ခ ္ဳဟ္ခ ဧယန္ကရ္Wဧဤံန အရေဤနခ ဟဆကအလ္ကေိ္ခကက Wေအရခဤဆက။ကကေကနWလယကယပ ေရ ပရနကကဟဆကအလ္ကကရပ Wဠကက ရရန္ကဢရနကက ကရပ ္ပ ရ္္WယတနယကပရနကကကံWဠအယယကW ၀မခယကေကနဲ္ပဟံ္ရယက ဟျWအဟယကဟခပရနကကကံဧယန္ကWပရနကကကံအ္ခW္နဟက ဧကကဢရနဧရက္္္က္ရနရ္Wအလဆျကဲဆက ေရ ပရနကကဟဆကအလ္ကဤဆက။ Wအရဆကယဠက၏မခယကေကနဲ္ရနWဠအယယကWအရဆကယဠကအဆဲW္္ကဟပဢနရကကယက ဧအရကကWေဘဤယနကက Wဢရနဧရက္္္ကဧယန္ကရ္W ၀အဟယကဟခပရနကကကံဟျWဤသခ"WဥနWသ ေအေအဟ္က္Wေအရခဤဆက။"ဧဤံန အရေဤနခ ဟျခရ္။W္ပဟံ္ရယက ေဧခကကအဟကကအကကWပျ္ကသ ပျ္ကလ္ကဧယန္ကWဧဟ္ခ ံ္ပ Wဧ္္ေရ အျရရ္ယဠက
  • 219. ေဢခ္ကဧယနကက ဟျခWဧဟ္ခ ံ္ပ Wလနံဲကလရေ ယရန ယ္ကဢခ္ဆျရ္ယဠက။W္ရနဠျကပရနကကကံWယရန ယ္ကကရပ Wဧရဟကယပ ္္ကက ပရနကကကံW W၃၀ယတနယကအရဆက္Wပျ္ကW"ဥနW၎္W"္ရနဢဆက Wယရန ယ္ကေ္္္ကကရ္ယဠက။Wဧ အ ဤအလကျကWဟရယကေဥခကက ေဲနေဥခကက Wအဟယကဟခပရနကကကံ္ရနWရရနဟရနယရန Wယ္ကေ္္္ကကရ္ယဠကပရနကကကံ၏Wလနံဲကလရေ ယရန ယ္ကဟပဟ္ခ ဧခ Wအယက္နယက၊Wဟပနေဢ ပျကျကWေယအရဆကေယခကယရနထဧယနကက Wဧ ကကဧအျခ W ဢခဟဆျကပျ္ကဟ္ခ Wဧယနကက WအဟယကဟခWေယနဲအဟကကအဟဆကအလ္ကေိ္ခကက Wေအရခိ္ခ ဤဆက။ဢခဟဆျကပျ္ကဟ္ခ ဧယနကက Wယတနယကပရနကကကံ၏Wအဟယကဟခပရနကကကံဧယနကက Wအကက ပျပ အဟနေရကပျံဟပဟျခWဟ္ခ ဢခအခWဠကက ဧေအ္ဧေယဟျခWယတနယကပျကျကWအဟယကဟခW္ယယခအျရအျရWရအ ေရ္ကက ေဲခကကအန္ကဤဆျကW္ဳ္ရနWေလခကအရေယေိ္ခကက ၊Wဧဤ္ကWေရၐေရ္္ကဢခေဤခW ဧအရယကဧဢျယကWေဠကဠအဤအဟ္ခ အရခ အ္ကက ဟျခWလနံဲကလရေ ဟပ၏ဢ္ၒာခယ္က္နအလ္ကေိ္ခကက ၊WအဟယကဟခWပရနကကကံဲရနကကအခW ၀အယက္နယကကဟရေဲဧယနကက အျရW္အရ္Wဟခ ္္ကဟ္ခ ပျကျကWWဟက ေအဟခ္ကေိ္ခကက W၎္Wေအရခဤဆက။၀္ကWယတနယကဤံတံန ဧေယအလကျကWဧေအ္ဧေယေ္ခကက ဟ္ခ ္ရနWအဟကကေယနဲအဤဆျကဧယနအဟယကဟခပျကျကWယတနယကဧိ္ခ Wေ္္ ေကနပျကျကရယကဤ္က၍Wရ ဟဧဲကျကဧေယအလကျကWဤေသခယအW္ခ္္ေရကW္္ေရကဲရနကရပ ေယခ္ကWပျ္ကပရနကကကံWWသာကဧ္္ကက W္္ကက Wဲ္ကဤနဠကဢနရကေဲခကကဤနခ ဟဆကအလ္ကWေိ္ခကက Wဤရအဤဆက။ရကဲရနိ္ယျဆဧအရကကWဤံတံန ဧေယယဆထဢဆက Wယတနယကပရနကကကံ္W္နဟကာပေယနW အဟယကဟခWဧ္ရန အ္္ကက Wရအ ေရ္ကက ေဲခကကအန္ကကရပ W္ခ္္ေရက္္ေ-ယတနယက"WဥနWသ ေအေအဟ္က္Wေအရခဤဆက။"ဢခေအခ္ကWအကက ပျပ အဟနေရကပျံလရနထWယရန္ကယနယက ေဢျအျရရ္ယဠက္ပ ရနခ ေအ ရဆခအျကကယ္ကသ အလ္ကဤအWေဘ္္ကယခWေဟခကကေဧခကက္Wေ္္ ေကနဧခ Wဧေအ္္ံWဧေဲခ္ကဧဧံနWေအအျဆကWလနံဲကလရေ ေအ ဢနရကကယက ဟ္ခ W္က္နခဧဤံန အရေဤနခ ဟဆကဲရနဢျ္ကကWအဟယကဟခပရနကကကံဧယန္ကWဢနယက္နခဧ္္ေရ အျရဟဆကအလ္ကေိ္ခကက ၊WအဟယကဟခပရနကကကံဧေယအလကျကW ဧယန္ကW ရေအခကကအအျရကရပ Wေ ခ္ကရံျေိ္ ဟ္ခ ယနကကWယအ္ခ ေဤခပရနကကကံဟ္ခ ပျကျကဠျကကဢျ္ကကWဧခ ယဆက ဤဆျကဧေအ္ဧေယပျကျကW ၀လနံဲကလရေ ေအ Wဧယန္ကWယအခWဲ္က္ရကေအရခWိ္ခ ဤဆက။
  • 220. ဥနWေဘ္္ကယခW"ဲကလရေ ယရန ယ္ကလရနထဧယန္ကWဧ္္ေရ အျရအျရWဧဤံန အရေဟဠကဲရနအကကWဧအဟက ဧ္္ေရ အျရရ္ယဠက ဧေအ္္ံဧေဲခ္ကဧဧံနWလနံ"ေဟခကကေဧခကက္Wဢ္ကအျရယနကကWယတနယကပရနကကကံဤဆကWအဟယကဟခပရနကကကံ၏Wဧမရ္ဢ္ကယနဆေလခကဧအလ္ကအျရေယဤဆျကWဧေယဧ ခ ္ရနWဤံန ဤရကWWေအရခိ္ခ ဤဆက။ကနဲW္နဝေရဤယက ေရ္ကက Wယ္ကသပဢ္ံေ္္ခက္ရနWဟနယသဟေ္နဲအျရW မခယကေW၀အဟယကဟခပရနကကကံဤဆကWဢ္ကအျရဧ္္ရယကယနကကWယ္ကအ္ကဢျ္ကကWဤသခWမခယကေကနဲ္ပဟံ္ရယက ပျ္က္နဟျW နယကဢ္္ကအျရဤဆက။ ၀္ဟက ဢနယကWဤသခWကက၀မခယကေကနဲဧဟ္ခ ဲံန နယကဢနရကပရနကကဤဆျကWပရနကကကံဟ္ခ ယနကကWယ္က္နဧရ္ဧ ၀ရ္ရလရယကေဘဤဧယနကက Wဤသခ-အဟယကဟခပရနကကကံဤဆကဧခအျWကကကံေအဟခ္ကWဧဟ္ခ ဲံန ယကကရရနထဤဆျကWပရနကကကံအလ္ကဤဆက။ ပရနW၁၁အလ္ကကရပ Wယ္က္ဟငခဢံန Wဧယရနကက ဧယခဧေယအလကျကW္နပျ္က္ယဆက ္W္ယကကဢဆကရယက္ဆျဤဆျကWရပယပယပဧပ ရပW ရနကက ္နဟကာပ္WအယယခပျကျကWအဆယံ္နယကယရနထဟျW W၁၉၉၈အဟယကဟခပရနကကကံယနကကWWဠကဠအဢ္္ကအျရဤဆက။၀ယ္ကအ္ကဢျ္ကကW္နဝေရWယ္ကသပဢ္ံေ္္ခက္ယကထWWယနကကW္ယကကဟဆျကWေအေပျကျကW၂၀၁၃ကကေကနအအျရဢ္္ကအျရကရပ W၀္က္ကကWေဘၐဢခWပျ္ကWသပဢ္ံေ္္ခကWမခယကေကနဲ္ရနW ရနကက ပရနကကကံဤရနထWယကကရရနထဟပဟျWပျ၀ဤသခWသပဢ္ံ္ယကထWအျရပရနကကဤဆက။W၅၊ဘဤဟ၊၁မခယကေကနဲW္ပဟံ္ရယက ကရပ ္ပ ရ္္Wမခယကေကနဲ နယကဢေယကဟအဟျခWယ္ကေယထW္နဝေရW ၀ေုခယရ္WဤသခWW ဠအယယကWအဟယကပပယက အဟကကျWအ ခ ဢဟက Wေလခ္ကဟဆက- အယက္နယကW
  • 221. ္အပဢW၌W၀္နWုယကယW၂၀၁၁ဲပျကကျWယတနယကပရနကကကံWဠအယယကအရဆကယဠကဤရနထWဲ္ကဤနဠကဟဆကျWအဟယကပပယက အဟကကျWအ ခ ဢဟက ္ရနW အဟယကဟခပရနကကကံWအယက္နယကကဟရေWယကံ္ပ ယခယဟျWဧဲကကျအဟကကျဧအခအျရယကပ ္Wေအရခဲရနဤဆက။ ၀္ယကကWေလခ္ကဢနရကဟဆကဥနWေယအရဆကေယခကအျရWအဟယကဟချWဟပ အ ခWWW)ေိ္ ဟံ-မခယကရံန(ေယနWထအ္ကကWယတနယကပရနကကကံဟျW္္္ကိ္ဆကေအ ဢ္ကေဲခကကWအ န ခ ယနဟ္ခ ေယအရဆကေယခကယနကက ဆေဟခကက ပျကကပရနကကWဟဆကWWပပယက အလကကျW၂၀၀ယခအပWဢျ္ကကW္ပဢရနဟပယခWW၁အျရWအဟယကပပယက အဟကကျWအ ခ ဢဟက ဤဆကWW၁၉၂၀ဧဲရနရ္W္ပဢရနဟပယခWဧအျဆကWWအလ္ကဤဆကဥနWဤရအဤဆက။WပရနကကကံWဧေယခ္ကWရရနကက Wယတနယကပရနကကကံ၏WဧေအျဲေယခကကWဧခအျWပရနကကကံဟ္ခ ပျကကျWဲ္ကဤနဠကဤဆကျWဧအဟယကအ ခ ဢဟက W္ပဟံ္ရယက ယနကကWယတနယကWကကWအလ္က၀ေဘဤWဠအယယကအရဆကယဠကကဟရေဲေယခကW္အဟကက ပျကကျWအယက္နယကကဟရေဲဤရနထWေလခ္ကဢနရကဟဆကျWဠ္နWဢဟက ရရနကက ဤဆကWယ္နWဧရ္ဧ
  • 222. Wအ္ကေယထ နယကWအဟယကဟချဧဢကက Wဤယကက ္ခ၌Wေလခကအရ ခ ဤဆက။ W၂၆ကကသခဢW၀ေိ္ခကက WပရနW္ကဧရံေရ ပရနကကဟဆကျWဧဲရနရ္Wဧအဟယကအ ခ ဢဟက W္ပဟံ္ရယက WယနကကW ယတနယကပရနကကကံ၏WအဟယကဟခအရဆကပျကကျW္နယကဤနဠကဟပ္ရနWဧေ္ခကက ဲံန Wဧေ ခကကေဤခေိ္ခကကျWအရဆကယနကက W္နဟကာပယ္္ရေဲ္ရနဢဆက Wဢဟက ရရနကက ယဆကေဲခ္က္နကကျWေရ ဤနခ ဟဆကWအလ္ကကရပ Wဠ္နW ၀ဢဟက ရရနကက ဟ္ခ ္နခWရ္ဟပ အ ခ WWWကကဤဆကျ၀ကကWရ္ဧ္္ရယကယနကကWေလခ္ကဢနရကဤနခ ဟဆကျWအ ခ ဢဟက ေိ္ခကက ္နရWေအ ဲနဆကရပ ဤနခ ကရပဥနWဧဲရနရ္Wဧ အ ္ပဟံ္ရယက ယနWယကံ္ပ ယခယဟျWဧကက ္ကကယပဠခWယကပ ္ဢဆက Wေအရခဤဆက။ ၀Wကရပ ္ဆျယဆျWေဧခ္ကယရနသခဢW္W္အဟကက Wဟပ အ ခ ဧနရက္္ေရကေအ Wဧလနထဆေယန္Wဟပ အ ခ ယနဆေယန္ရနW္္္ကိ္ဆကေအ WဧေယယဆထW “ ခ ဢဟက W္ပဟံ္ရယက WဤအယရနထWေဲခ္ကဟဠကျWအဟယကပပယက အဟကကျအWWဢ္ကေဲခကကေရ ကရပ WေယအရဆကေယခကWသအယခံ္ပ ္ရနဢဆက Wိ္ဆျကဤနခ ယဠက။WဥနW၎္Wဲရနဤဆက။”ဧယန္ကWေယအခဧေယဧ ခ WဢခေဢျဢခယဆျWဧကက ္ကကယပဠခWဧလနထဢဆက Wရ္ယဠက ဆW္္ကဧ္ရန အဤဆကWယတနယကပရနကကကံဟျWဟပ အ ခ ယနဟ္ခ Wဢ္ကေဲခကကေရ ဧရကအ္ကက Wဧ္ဟက ဧယခ ္ရနWဤယကက ္ခဟ္ခ ယနကကWေလခကအရ ဆ ခWWရယကဤ္က၍Wေလခကအရဤဆက္ရနWဟေယနဲအျရအေရ။Wေဤခကဢဆက Wဧဤ္ကWေလခ္ကဢနရကဟဆကျWအဟယကပပယက အဟကကျWအ ခ ဢဟက W္ပဟံ္ရယက ပျကျကWပရနကကကံWW၂ယတနယကပရနကကကံW္WဧေအျဲေယခကကWဧခအျပရနကကကံေယနယဆထWဲ္ကဤနဠကကရပ W္ပ ရနခ ေအ ဧအWလနံထကလရေ လရနထWဢနရကယဆျ္ရ္ေဟျခWအဟယကဟခအရဆက္W “W ဆ္ရနအ ခ ဢဟက Wေလခ္ကလရနထWဤေသခယအဢရန္ကယခ။W္ပ ရနခ ဧအဟကကဧအWယတနယက္Wိ္ဆျကကရပ Wသဠကပရနကကကံေယန္ေယWက္ယရနထWပရနကကကံဧ္္ရယက္နယကဤ္ကဤခကရပ Wရရနထ္နယကေယနေအခ္ကဢခဟဢဆWအဆကအနဠက္္္ကယဆထဢနရကေယယခ။WယတနယကပရနကကကံယဆထWအဟယကဟခပရနကကကံWရအ ေရ္ကက ဢနရကယဆျWWဥနW္ပ ရနခ ေအ WရဆခအျကကWယကပ ္ ”္ရ္ေယရနကက ဟျခWရ္ဤနခ ယခWဧ္နယကဢံန ္Wအဟယကဟခအရဆက္Wဧလရန ယယကW နယက္နယကေယနW္္ဆက ရဆWေအရခWဤဆက။
  • 223. WW္ဢက္နဟကာပဟျWဢနရက္ရနကက္နကကျအအျရေယဤဆကဥနWဤရအဤဆက။ ၀အ ခ ဢဟက ရရနကက ္ရနWအရဆကယနကက Wေဧ အျခ ေ ေယအရဆကေယခကWဧအဟယက-အယက္နယကWဝပဠ္ကယဟကယရနထWေလခ္ကဢနရကWဤနခ W W-ဢခဧရန၊W္အဟကက -္ေဟငခဘပ ဠခ ၊W္အဟကက W-အယက္နယက၊W္အဟကက -ဠအယယကအရဆကယဠကW္အဟကက ကဟရေဲဟျW္အဟကက နထဟျယက ခ ေိ္ခကက Wယတနယကဟပ အ ခW ရရကယယက ဧယရနကကရကက္ံWယကပ Wအလ္ကဤအW အရဆကျပျ္ကWဧေ္ခရရနကက ယနကကWကရပ ္ပ အယကW္ယကW၂၀၂၀ဟဆကအလ္ကကရပ WW္W္္ေရကက ယခ Wေဘ ဢပ Wဤယကက ယနကကWေအရခဲရန ခ ဤဆက။ ayWEey nNWWW၉၀၀ဢေ္္ခကWဧယနကက W္နယကဤနဠကဟပWဧေဟအရ္ယကWေဘၐဢခWဤယက W W၈အဟယကဟခပရနကကကံပျကကျW္နယကဤနဠကဟပယနကကWဢ္ကအျရWWWယတနယကပရနကကကံဤဆကယကံ္ပ ယခယဟျW နယကအရယကေဤခW္ခအကက ုဠခ ဧအWေလခကအရ ခ ေိ္ခကက Wဠ္နW ၀ဠကေအ ၀ကကျW္အ ဤယက ေအခကက ေ္္ခကအျရWေိ္ခကက W္ပ ရနခ ေအ ပျW ္ခယဠကယနကကWေလခကအရ ခ ဤဆက။lanWW7ယရယကWအရဆကယနကက နယကWWေ္္ခကWW၇၀၀ေ္္ခကWယကကရရနထ ခ ကရပ WယတနယကအရဆကဟျWဧေဟအရ္ယကWေဘၐဢခWဤယက W WW၁၉၀အဟယကဟခပရနကကကံ္Wဧေဟအရ္ယကေဘၐဢခWဤယက WWရ္အျရဤဆက။WအရယကဢဆကWယကကဤနကက ေယဥနWကကေကနဟ္ခ W၀ကကသခWဢW္Wေအခကက ္္္ဆျအဤဆကျWေ္္ခ္ကဟ္္ကအယယခရနေယခကဟျWအအျရဤဆကျW ၀ဧဲရနရ္Wရဟခာ ဆ ဆယနကကWကရပ ္ဆျဤဆကျWပရနWဟရ္အျရေဤ ေိ္ခကက Wဤရအဤဆက။W
  • 224. W
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  • 226. ) -WWယက ဟက သ ေအအရုဠခ ၀ယကံ္ပ Wယခယဟ္ခ အျရWဧဟ္ေရ ဤဟပ W၀ဧ္ရန အ
  • 227. Wယက ဟက ဧခ ဢနံ ၏အခ္ရနကကပပယက ၀WWWWယက ဟက ၀ဆေယကဟျယ ဧဲကျကWဧဟ္ေရ ဤဟပ WWWWယက ဟက ၀ဧဟ္ေရ ဤဟပ WWWWWWယက ဟက ၀္န္နေရ္ကက WWWWWWသဳခေအ ပျ္ကWအခ္ရနကကပပယက W၂၈ဘဤဟWW၀WWWW၂၃၉၇WWWW၄၄၀၇၂၁WWWW၈၅၆၇၅၃WWWWWW၂၀၀၉-၂၀၀၈Wအခ္ရနကကပပယက W၂၈ဘဤဟWW၀WWWW၂၄၀၃WWWW၄၃၄၀၁၆WWWW၈၆၁၈၆၈WWWWWWWW၂၀၀၈-၂၀၀၇Wအခ္ရနကကပပယက W၂၇ဘဤဟWW၀WWWW၂၂၉၉WWWW၄၁၅၉၆၅WWWW၈၃၇၄၂၉WWWWWWW၂၀၀၇-၂၀၀၆Wအခ္ရနကကပပယက W၂၈ဘဤဟWW၀WWWW၂၄၀၉WWWW၄၂၆၆၂၆WWWW၈၅၉၈၀၃WWWWWWWWW၂၀၀၆-၂၀၀၅Wအခ္ရနကကပပယက W၂၂ဘဤဟWW၀WWWW၁၉၁၅WWWW၄၁၅၃၂၄WWWW၈၈၅၉၈၈WWWWWWW၂၀၀၅-၂၀၀၄WWW သဠကဤအWလ္္ကလ္္ကWယရနထဟရ္္က NLD
  • 228. ဆပဢခ္ံံ္ပ W္္ကက ရဟဠကWဲရနယဆျW္္ခ ရ္သဆ။WWကပ ယကကကပ ၊Wကပ ဣကကယကကယရနထWတအ ေိ္ခကကေိ္ခကကWပနရကကဢရန္ကရံနW္ေယချWဘနယရဠWဧံ္ရဟကWရကကဢံနW" ...W"Wဟအျ္ကWဟေိ္ခ္က၊WဟဲပဟဲရနကကWေအရခဢနရ္ကယဆျW္္ခ ၊WဧံျိဤW္အခဢဆက Wေ္ခကက ရ္ယဠကWW္ဆက ဢံန Wဆပဒယက္ဆျယဆျWဆပဢခ္ံံ္ပ Wအလ္ကရ္ယဠက။WဘပေယထWဘပဧ္္ရယကဟျခW W.……ယဠက္္ဆဲေယနWဧံျိဤWဤနခ ေဢခ္ကေဧခကကWယရနကက အကက ဤခ W နဧဢဠကဟျခWဢနယကဢရကယဆျWပနရကကကံWဧအလ္ကWအရကယဆကWေယယဠက။W္ရနဠကျိ္ဟ္ခW္ရနဠကလယကယပ WပရနကကယဆျW Wချ႓ ဟခWပနရကကကံံ္ပ ဥခW္ဟ အဟယကဧေယဧ ခ Wအလ္ကယဠက။Wသဠကေ္ယကW္ဟျWဢရန္ကဟဟပေဧခကကWယဆကကကရဟကWေဧ ္္ဟက ေယယဠက။WပနရကကကံေယခကအဆဲW္ပ ရနခ ေအ ၊Wဢအဟပေအ Wယယဆထဢဆက W္ဆက ္ဟက Wအရဆကျဣကရပ Wဧေအ္ဧေယWေယနဢဆက Wဧယရနကက ဧယခWယ္က္နဧ ရWယရန ယ္ကအဟကကျဟခ Wေယယဠက။Wပနရကကကံေအ Wဧေေ္ယကဟပလနံဲကလရေ Wယရန ယ္ကယဆျWဘပဟနရ္ေအ္ပWပရနကကကံေယခကံ္ပ အဆဲWဧ္ရ္ေရ Wေအန ေ္ခ္ကရနံဆ ္ပ W္္ကက ရေယချဟဠက။WဧဆဘပWဧေအ္ဧေယဟ္ေရ ဟျခWWအရဆကရဧခ ္ရန Wရနဲရယကတရန ေယန္WဟယခဢရနWဣယကယရနအလ္က၊Wဲအခံ္ပ WဟဢနရကအဢရနထWရယကဟံ္ပ W နရ ေလခ္က္္ကကယဆျWဢအယ္က္န္Wဧဟ္ေရ ဟ္ေရ
  • 229. Wလ္္ကဢရနWလ္္ကဲပ Wဢနရကေယိ္ယခWအလ္ကေိ္ခကက Wအရဆကဤအဧခ ဢံန W္ဢဆက WဤေသခWေရ္္ကိ္ရ္ယဠက။WဘနယရဠWဧံ္ရဟကWရကကဢံနWဆပဢခ္ံံ္ပ ္ရနW္္ကက ရဟဠကဢရနထWေအရခဢရနထေအရခ၊Wေအန ေ္ခ္ကရနဆ္ရနWဤရရယကေဟျခ္ကဢရနထWေိ္ဆခ္္္ကေယနWရဠကဟဆWအလ္ကေဧခကကWဢနရကိ္လရနထWေဲခကိဤW္ဆက တံန Wေယိ္ယခW W နယကအရယကဢရနထW နယကအရယက၊WယဠကေယနWဲကက ကရပ Wဟဆဟေရ ိ္လရနထ၊Wဟဆေရ အကကဢဆကေယနဲအရ္ယဠက။Wဘပဢနရကအရကေယန္ရနWဤအယရနထWဧခ ္ရန ေယိ္ယဆျWအရဆကရWဟပဘပဠခWဧဤံဢေကကျယခယေယနW္ဢဆက Wဧခ ေရ Wဧခ ေအဟနခ္ကWယန္ဢဆက Wအရေေယိ္ယဠက။WအဟယကဟခWပနရကကကံ္ရနWေ္ယကဤ္ကW္ရနဢရနယပWအရေဢနရိ္ယဆျWဤအယရနထWဲအခံ္ပ ေယနအလ္ကယဆျWဧေယခ္ကဧနရက္နWပနရကကကံေဣရနကက ဣယက ရံျရရန Wေရ ေယိ္ယဠကေဢ။WဘပေယချWဤ္ကကဧခ အWဢနရကေယိ္ယဠကေရ္ျ။Wသခရဆအလ္ကအလ္ကWအရဆကဤအWယ္ကအရကဢံန ္Wဢရနဢခ ယဆျWဘပဟရန္ေအ္ပWဢဟက ေိ္ခကက Wအလ္ကယဆျWေအန ေ္ခ္ကရနWံ္ပ ္ေယချWေဧခကကေဧခကကWအဟကကအဟကကယဆထWကရပ ္ပ ဤနခ ဟျခWအလ္ကကရပ W္ဆက ္ဟက အရဆကျဣကရပ W ဆယ္ကယဆျWဘပဟရန္ေအ္ပWပနရကကကံေယခကံ္ပ Wအလ္ကေရၐေအ ္ရနWဧ္ရ္ေရ WပနရကကေယချဟျခWေအဟံ္ပ Wဢ္က္ယကWဟဢဆနရ္ေိ္ခကက W ေ္ယကဟပလနံဲကလရေ WယရနWဤရ ခ Wေ္္္ကကရ္ယဠကW္ကကဝ္ခ။WWဟ္ေရ ္္္ကေဟခကကW ဝဟခဢခ ၊Wအဟယကဟခဢခ္နဆအရခ WWေယထ္ကကေအရခဲရနWဤံန ပပယက ေယယဆျW္္ခ ဢံန ေယန ဆဟျခWဧယ္ကဧမရရကခဠကWဟ ကကအျခ ယခ၊Wဧဤရအ္္က္ဆWယ္ကယဆယခေယန၊Wဣရဣ္ဘဧအကကက ရနခ ္အခေယနWဧဟ္ခ ဧအရခ အျရိ္ယဆျဧယ္ကWဧဢနယကဧေအ ံ္ပ ယဆျWဧဢနယကဧေအ ံ္ပ ယဆျWဧအကကက ရနခ ္အခWW္္ခ ဢံန ယဢံန ဧေိ္ခကက ္ရနWဘပ္ေယထWေအရခိ္အေဧခကကရ္။
  • 230. WWရ ဟဲံန ေယချWဤဟရနကက ဣကကWေယ ဤပ္္ကက ယရနဘက္ရနWယခ ဲကကိ္ဆကျိ္ရ္္ရနထ။ W…္ဆWWဝဟခ ကကအျခ WW×××္ဟငခယ္နကကဟျခအလကကျWW×××ဟ္ေရ တရန ပနဠကဤခWW×××Wအခုဣကကယကက ခ W×××သဠကဟေအရ္အခWW×××ေယခကကကဘ္ယက WW××W၂)က္ယရနထWဝဟခW-ဘရနထဝဟခW(W×××Wဟဥနယကေဢေဢျဤဢခ W×××ဘရနထဝဟခWW-ဆျံိ္ေယချဟျခဢခ WဘရနထဝဝခWW×××ဘရနထေ္ယကယနကကဟျWW×××W၂W)က္ယရနထဝဟခW-ဘ္W(Wဟရနကက ဣကကWဧဟ္ေရ ဤခ ေအ WဢပံထေဲခကWေယ ဤပ္္ကက ံ္ပ ရ္။W ယဠက္္ဆဲေယခကဢျယကေအ ္ရနWေအျဲယယက ္Wကပ ေဲခကက္ဆျယဆျWဘရနထဝဟခဧ္ဆက ဧတံန အဆဲWဤဘပဤပ္္ကက ဟျခWဲရနဤနခ ယဆျWဘရနထဝဟခWဲရနယခဥခWအရဆကဟWေအဟအရယကထေဘဤဟျခWေယ ရနကကယဆျWဧဟ္ခ ္နWဢအဟ္ေရ ယဟ္ေရ ယဆက ္ရနWေအရခယခဢခ ။Wယ ရနကကိ္ယျဆWဘ္ဟျဟဥနယကWအျဟက ၊W္္္ကက၊W္အကက၊W္ဠခ ၊Wဟနယက၊Wအ္ရနကက၊W္္ကက Wဧရ္ဧဣကကWပရနကကကံယ္နဢံန Wဧယနကက ဟျခWဟျပယကက ေWဢအဟ္ေရ ဧခ ဢံန ္ရနWဲရနဢရနယခရ္ဢခ ။WေဤခယအျကကယရနထWသဠကဢရန ကကရ္ဤဢဆ။WW-ဘ္W(W××W၂)က္ယရနထWဝဟခW-ဘရနထဝဟခW(W×××ဟဥနယကေဢေဢျဤဢခ WW×××ဘရနထဝဟခWW-ဆျံိ္ေယချဟျခဢခ WဘရနထဝဝခWW×××ဘရနထေ္ယကယနကကဟျWW၂W)က္ယရနထဝဟခWဘရနထဝဟခWဧ္ဆက ဧတံန ဢရနထWေ္ၐဤဢဆ္ရနWW္ဆက ဧတံန WဢရနထWဟေ္ၐသဆWသခေိ္ခကကျဟျခWဘရနထအဟယကဟခWဧW၂၁၅ဘရနထဝဟခဧ္ဆက ဧတံန ဤဟရနကက W္ခဟ္္ကပျခWအျကက ဢကက Wလနကကျဲရန ခ ရ္ယဠက။WအဟယကဟခWဲရနယခဥခWအရဆကဟWေအဟအရယကထေဘဤဟျခWေယ ရနကကယဆျဢအဟ္ေရ ္ရနဤခေ္ၐယခWအလ္ကယဠက။W
  • 231. အဟယကဟခရေဘဤအခုကေယနWေရ ခ ယဆျယခဟဆကWအလ္ကယဠက။Wဢအဟ္ေရ ံ္ပ ဣ္ဘဤေသခWရ္ဣကကယဠက။Wဘ္ျေိ္ခကကျWဢအဟ္ေရ ဧခ ဢံန ၊WကကယဆျWပရနကကကံ္ရနWအဟယကဟခယဟ္ေရ ယဆက ဧရရနကကဧအလ္ကWဤံန ပပယက ယခဥခWဟဟျယက္ယကသအ ။Wဢအဟ္ေရ ဧခ ဢံန W ယရနကက အကက ဤခ ဧခ ဢံန Wရ္ဣWဧ္္ေံ ဣကကယဆျပရနကကကံ္ရနWဝဟခပရနကကကံWဢရနထေ္ၐဟျဤခWဆပဆနယကဟျယက္ယကဟဠကဢရနထWဧယရဧဢကက Wလနကကျဲရန ခ ္ဆျရ္ယဠက။WW…Wပရန အဆဲWဧအဟကက္ေယချဘပေယချWရဆခအျကကေယန္ေအခWသဠကဢရနအဟကကရ္ဤဢဆ။WသခဤခေဝဘရဆခအျကကWဲအခWေဟခကကဤခ W...္ဆWWဝဟခ္Wဟအဢဝ္၊Wအဝဥ္ခW္Wဢခယခ္ရန ။Wဝ ္က္္ေရ္ကWဥအ္ကWဥWဟWဲကကျ၊Wအဝဥ္ခW္Wဢခယခ္ရန ။Wအဝဥ္ခW္ေယကရပ ေယချWဝဟခW “အလ္ကဤနခ ယခ။Wဧဆဘ္္ရနဟျ ရကကရပ ေယချWဝဟခW္ရနWဝ ္က္္ေရ္ကယဆထWဟWယဆထWေအရခကက ကရပ ေယချWအဟယကဟခWအလ္ကဤနခ ယခ။WဧဆေယချWအဟယကဟခ္Wဘနယရဠ၊Wဧမရ္Wရကကဟအလ္ကယဠက။Wဧဆဢရနဠအဲရ္ယဠက၊WရဆခအျရေယနWဠအဲိ္ယဠက။Wေယခ္ကယ္္WဧဆဘပWဝဟခယဆထWအဟယကဟခW Wအဝဥ္ခWဲရနယဆျWဝဟခ္ဟျခ္Wဧ ္ဢရရကေ္ယက္Wဣံဤခပနေ္ယက္Wဘရနထဝဟခဧ္ဆက ဧတံန ေ္ယက္Wဤအယရနထ္Wဝ ္က္္ေရ္ကWဟWေအ ္္Wဟခ္ရနW္္ကက ေ္ခ၊WWW္္္ကကေ္ခ၊W္အကကေ္ခ၊Wအဟယကဟခေ္ခWဧခ ဢံန ဧယန္ကWဤယကဟျယကယဠက။W္္ေယခကယရနထ၊W္ကကဝ္ခ ယရနထေရ္ျေဢWဧယန္ကရဆWဤယကဟျယကယဠက။WဧဆဘပဢရနWဧဠအဧဲအျရယဠကဢရနထW္္ေယခကျ္ရနW Wအဟယကဟခ္ရနေယချWအဟယကဟခဢအဟ္ေရယေဢခဲပ္Wေဤဲံန ဤနခ ယဆျWဤ္ကကW္ကကဆနယကထ္Wေအယံေ္္ခကက Wဤ္ကကW္ကကဆနယကထ္Wေအရခလအ ယဠကဝ္။Wဧ္နWေအရခကက အရယကအလ္ကေယကရပယဆျWဢ ္ရနWေ္ၐယခဢရနထWအလ္ကေယယဠက။Wဘ္ဥခWက္ယနရထW အဟယကဟခ္W္္္ကကေအခ၊W္အကကေအခ၊Wအျဟက ေ္ခ္ရနWေ္ၐယခ။Wဝဟခ္ဟျWဘပဢအဟ္ေရ ေဣံဤခပနေ္ယက္ဥခယဆထWေအရခကက အရယကဢရနထWဤ္ကကW္ကကဆနယကထ္Wေအရခယဠကဝ္။Wဘပေ္ယက္္ဟျWသဠကဢရနဢနရကကရပ ေယချWေအရခကက အရယကအလ္ကဤနခ ဤဢဆWW”ဟဤရသအ
  • 232. W။Wဘ္ေယန္ရနWေအရခကက အရယကဢျယကရ္ကဤအဧအလ္ကWဧဟ္ခ ယခ ဢဆက ခ ိ္ယခ္ေယချWဤနခ ေဢဤအWဝရနဢက္္ေရကေယဣကက Wအလ္ကရ္ယဠကဝရနဢက္္ေရကေယဣကက အဆဲWဝဟခ္ခWဝဟခ္္ခ ဟျခWဣကကေအခ္က္န္ကလ္ကWရ္ဣကကဟပေယနဧယ္က္Wယ္နWအလ္ကရ္ယဠက။Wဝရနဢက္္ေရကေယဣကက အဆဲWဘပဧေဟန္ရနWW္နပျ္ကဟျခWဧဤံန အရေ္ဆျရ္ယဠက။W၁၉၈၉ဤအထအဆဲဢ္ကအကက ယရဆကျဢရနထWေအရခဲရနေဢျအျရိ္ယဆျWဝရနဢက္္ေရက္ကကဆနယကထ္Wပရနကကကံေအ Wအဆကအနဠက္္္ကယဆထWWဧခ ဢံန Wဧရ္ဧဣကကအလ္ကယဆျပရနကကကံ္ရနWအဟယကဟခဢရနထWဤံန အဟဠက၊Wအရဆကဟ္Wဢအဟ္ေရ ္ရနWဝဟခဢရနထWဤံန အဟဠကဲရနကရပ ေယချW ယရနကက အကက ဤခ ဢအဟ္ေရဧမရရကခဠကေအရခကက အရယကWဤယကဟျယကကရပ ေယချWဤံန ္နဆလရနထWဧဟရယကထ နယကအရယက္ဆျယခWအလ္ကရ္ယဠက။Wဝဟခပရနကကကံဢံန ဲရနကကအခWလနဆထဧအလ္ကWေဤ ဤရဟကေဧခကကဢနရကကရပ Wေ္္ခကက ဤခ ေယန္ရနဢဆက W ေ္္ခကကဤခ ဤဟ ၓဟ္ခ ဧလနထ္္ေရက္ရနWဢအဟ္ေရ ္နWယ္နယဆက အဆဲဧ ဆWဤေသခ ခ ္နဢနဆဟပအလ္ကေဧခကကWေဤန ္နဆ္ဆျယဆျဢနရကအရကဧအလ္ကWဧဆဘပဧ္္ရယက္Wဢအဤရဟ္ခ ္ဆျရ္ယဠက။ ဆW္္ေယခက္ေယချWဘရနထဝဟခဧ္ဆက ဧတံန ္ရနWေ ခ္က္ံယဠက၊W္ခေရေအ ဧအေယချWေ ခ္က္ံယဠကဝ္ခ၊Wသခေိ္ခကကျဢဆဲရနေယချW “္္ေရ္ကWဟခW္Wအဝဥ္ခW္Wဢခယခ။Wအဝဥ္ခWဲရနယခ္Wရ္ဦရေရ္ျဝ္ခ။Wဧရပာရဠဟျခဢဆက W္န ္က ရရဆW ္နယေအရခဤဢရနရဆWဝဟခဲရနယဆျWဝ ္ကအဟယကဟခ္ရနWအဝဟ္ခWေ္ၐိ္ယခရဆ။Wဝဟခ္ခ္ရနWသခအဟပWဢရနထေ္ၐယဠက။Wအဟယကဟခ္္ခ ဲရနအကကWသခအဟပသခဤခWဢရနထWေ္ၐယဠကဝ္။WဝဟခWဣကကWအယက္နယက၊Wဟပသေဢ ္Wဢအယ္န္ရနW ္ဤခဢျ္ကကWယအရဆကဢံန ္ရနWအ္ံေယဆျဧအဟကကWအလ္ကယဠက။Wအဟယကဟခ္W္ကကဝ္ခ ယရနထ၊W္္ေယခကယရနထWဧရ္ဧW”ေ္ၐယခ။Wအျဟက ၊W္္္ကကWဟရ္သအWဲအခWကပ ေ္ခ နယက ္ေယချW ရနကက ကံဟျခဢဆက Wဝဟခဢအဟ္ေရ ္ရနWလဟခWဢရနထW Wဧပဢနပပနရေ္ကWယ္ၑဤရနဢက္Wဧကကရဟက ္ခ Wအဟယကဟခ္ခWရ္ေဟခ္ၒ
  • 233. W...Wေ္ၐယခ္ရနဢဆက W္ကက ္ခ ္အခဧအလ္ကWေ ခ္ကအရရ္ယဠက။Wဘ္ျဧအရကကW္္ေယချWရ္ဦရဧသရမခယက ဆဟျခဲရနအကကWအဟယကဟခအရဆကဲရနယခ္ရနWအဝဥ္ခWေဘဤWဲရနကရပ ေယချWအဝဥ္ခW အဟယကဟခအရဆက္ရနရဆWရ္ဦရအျရယဆျဧ္္ “ဲရနကရပ ေယချWအရယခအျရယဠက။Wေယခ္ကWဲအခေယခကံ္ပ ေယန္Wအဝဥ္ခWဢရနထWေအ ိ္ယခေယနWအျရယဠက။Wဧဆဘပ္ေယကရပ ေယချWW”ဧဤံေအရခကက ကရပ ေယချWဝဟခWဢရနထWအလ္ကဟဠကဲရနဢဆက ရဆWအလ္က္နကကျေယချWအျရယခရဆWဟအရယကထေယဢအဟ္ေရ ္ရနWအဟယကဟခWဧအလ္ကWေ္္ခ္က္ခေအ နကက ္ဆျယဆျWဧေ ခ္ကဧ ခ ေယနWေယနထ္ဆျအယခ္ရနဢဆက WဲအခW ရန ံေ္ယကဟျခေယချWေအWကပ ေ္ခ နယက ္Wဧ္နဢရနWေအရခအရရ္ယဠက။Wဟနယကေယန္WဤအယရနထWေ္္ခ္က္ခေယနW ရန ယခWအျရယဠက။Wဟနယကေ္္ခ္က္ခ ဆဟျခW္္ယက္္ကဤခ ဢ္က ္က္Wဢအေယနဧေိ္ခကက W “W”ရဆWဤအယရနထWေအရခယခရ္ရဆWေအရခေယချWဝဟခေယန္ရနWဤအယရနထ္WဟအဟခWဢရနထWWဥနယက္ဆျဲအခ၊Wယရနကက အကက ဤခ ဢအဟ္ေရ ဧခ ဢံန ္ရနWအဟယကဟခဢရနထWဤံန ္ဆျယခဟ္ေရ ေအခWဧေ ခ္ကဧ ခ Wေယနထဟရ္ဆျဤဢခ ဲအခ။ W-Wဤဟရနကက ေိ္ခကက ဧအ္ေယချWအဟယကဟခဲရနယခဢဆက Wဝဟခ၊Wဝဟခဲရနယခဢဆက WအဟယကဟခWအလ္က္ဆျေယချWယရနကက အကက ဤခ ဧခ ဢံန ္ရနWအ္ံေကရပ ေယချW “W”ဟ္ေရ ေယချWအျရယဠကဢရနထWဟေအရခပရနကကသအ ေဢ။Wဘ္္ေယချWေယခ္ကဟျWပရနကကကံေအ ဧအWဤယကဟျယက္္္ကWယ္နေရ္ျေဢ အဟယကဟခဢရနထWေ္ၐယခW
  • 234. ဘပေယချWဝဟခ၊WအဟယကဟခWဲရနယဆျWဧဤံန ဧပပယက ဥခWပရနကကကံေအ Wရေအခ ေိ္ခကကျW္ေအရခကက ္အရယကWအလ္က္ဆျအယဠကဲရနယခWအျကက ဢကက ကရပW W...္ဆWယဆထWရဆခအျကကေယနW္နေဣ ယရနကကရကကကရပ ေယချWဧဟ္ခ အရဆကဤအအဆဲW ကကရ္အဆဲေယခက။Wေယခကကယ္္ရယကဟျခWပရနကကကံေအ ရေအခ ္ကက ္ကကWဤေသခယအဆပ္္္ကရ္Wအဠအဲံန အလယကဤကကျယဆျW္ရ္ေဟ္ေရ ဢရနထW ကကဟရရ္ယဠက။WေဧခကW္္ေယခကယရနထWဧဢ္္ခWရနဢဆရယက ဟျခေယချWေအဟအရယကထေယWဢအဟ္ေရ အဆဲ္ခေရဧအလ္ကေအခ၊Wယပရနကကကံဢံန အဆဲWတံန ဤံန ္ခဧအလ္ကရ္WW္ခေအခ၊Wအဟယကဟခ္ခေအခWဤံန ပပယက ဢရနထWအယယကေ္ခကက ရ္အဆဲေယခက။ ဤံန ပပယက ေအရခဲရနယခအလ္ကယဆျဧယန္ကWဝဟခWဟျWဝဟခWဲရနယဆျWဧဤံန ဧပပယက ယဆထWရယကဤ္ကကရပ ေယချW W)ဟယ္ကရရနကက Wဧ္ပဧ္ကက(အ္ကေယထWသပသပ္ပWW၄အရဆကျပျ္က၊WဘပုကကသခဢWW၂၀၁၀Wယကကအရ ခ ယဆျW္ရနဤရယက အဟယကအဆဲWဧဢ္္ခရနဢဆရယက Wဧ္ပဧ္ကက္ရနWေ္ခ္ကပနယကေလခကအရရ္ယဠက။WnCkD.11_ve C-bDes/12/2010/cek.bDes veC.eeCnaydai//:nCCvWW ဟေဢ အျခ ယနကကWအဟယကဟခဟရယက ္ေဢ ဧဢနရကဤဟWဟ္ခ Wေယ ရနကကေဤခWဧရဟကဧခ Wဧိ္ဟက လ္ကWဣကကေအခ္ကဢနဠ္ကဧဟ္ရေ ဤဟပ ဟ္ခ ဟျခWဢံနအ္ံေဟပWဟအျရေိ္ခကက Wေဧခ္ကရ္Wဧအလ္ကဧရ္္က္WရဆကရပရနကကကံယနကကWဢခေအခ္ကWဧဢနရကဢနရက္ရနကကေယေဤခWအဟယကဟခWဤ္ကေဤအရေယရ္ဤဆကW။Wဟေဢ အျခ ပနရကကကံ၊W ္ရေဥရန သခတအ WယနကကWဧဢနရကWဢခေအခ္ကဢနရက္ရနကကေယေဤခWအဟယကဟခဟရယက ္ေဢ ဟ္ခ Wေယ ရနကကအခWဧရဟက္ရနW
  • 235. W္ဤဆက။ဧိ္ဟက လ္ကဣကကေအခ္ကWရ္ေဆက ဠအWဟနဘရယက ္္ကကထWေဤခဧဟပယ္နWအလ္ကရနခ ္ဆထေိ္ခကက Wဤရအျရအရအ္ကဧယဆက ကဠကိ္ခ္Wဧရဟကေယခ္ကသ္ကWဢဟက ိ္ခ ဟျWဢခေအခ္ကWိ္ဆကထတပဲေ္္ခကက ေအဟခကက WေယဤဆကထWေဠခ္္္ခ ေဢ WWဧဟပဟအလ္ကရနခ ဟျပဤအ္ရဟက ္ရနWေယနဲအျရအဤအလကကထWဧဢနရကဤဟWဟ္ခ ဟျWေဧ ္ကကထဧခ Wလနယက ဲ္က္ခWဧေိ္ခကက ိ္ခ Wေဤခကဢဆက Wယ္က္ံနယအခWဢခေအခ္ကWWေအရခဲရနဢနရက္ရနကကေရ အ္ကက Wဟအျရ္ဆထရ္။W္ကယ္ကံ္ရဟကယနကကဢဆက Wဧဲရနရ္ဧရဟကေယခ္ကလ္ကဢဟက ိ္ခ ဟျWဟေဢ ပရနကကကံဤခ WဧရပာရဠWဥနW ကကအဟကကဠအဲWအဤအဟ္ခ Wဢခေအခ္က၍WေယခဟလနဠကဟအခWရံန္ံဟ္ခ ္ရနWဟရယက ္ေဢ ဟ္ခ ဧခ WအရေဢနရကအရဤဤအလကကထWေဧ ္ကကထဧခ ရကဟံWယရနကကိ္ခ ္ဆထရ္ဤဆက။Wဧဲရနရ္Wေဧ ္ကကထWဟျWဤအပျကကထWWအျရရဆWဢခအရအကကWိ္ဆကထေယေရ္ထဥနWအရယကဢဆကWေအရခိ္ခ W္ဆထဤဆကဥနWိ္ခ ဤရWအရ္ဤဆက။ဟဲရနကကဤဢရနWယခဣယကဠအေအလအျကက Wေရ အ္ကက ဟWဠ္နအလ္ကရနခ ရံနဟျခWဧဲရနရ္Wဟေဢ အျခ ဤရနထWဢခေအခ္ကWဧဢနရကဢနရက္ရနကကဢျ္္ကအျရဤဆကထWဟရယက ္ေဢ Wေယ ရနကကအခWဧရဟကယနကက ဤရနဲWေဠခ္က္ရနWံ္ရေ ပျကကထယနရကW)၁၀(Wဟေဢ ပရနကကကံဤခ WဧရပာရဠWဥန ကကအဤအWေဢ ကပ Wဣကကေအခ္ကဢခ္ခWဧရဟကယနကကေယ ရနကကဤအWဟရယက ္ေဢWဧဣယကဟ္ခ ရ္ ္ရက္ရနWရရယက္ဆက ္ခWဧခ ဢံန ္ရနWဧဣယကဧ္ခ ဟ္ခ ္္နယကကရပ Wေအ္္ရေ ္ယက ယနကက ဤရနထW ဆကဲ္ခWရရယက ခ ရ္ဤဆက။Wေဠခ္ကW္ရနWဧ္ယက ယနကက ဤရနထေ္ၐ္ခWဟနဘရယက ္္ကကထဟပW္္ယ ဢနယက္ဆထဤဆကဥနWဤရအျရအရ္ဤဆက။W)၄( ရနထေယခ္ကWကဠကအနဠကေဤခWဟရယက ္ေဢ WWကပ ဧခ Wေ္ခက္ခ ဤနခ အ္ကက အလ္ကရ္ဤဆက။)၄(ရ္ေဆက ဟ္ခ ္ရနWအျခေလနေဟေေပျခ္ကWဠအကကကဤနခ ိ္ဤဆကထဧအရကကWဟရယက ္ေဢ WWယယကလရန အျရေဤခဧဲရနရ္Wဧဟပ္ရ္ေဧခ Wဟေဢ အျခ WအဆယခယဟျWဟဆကဤရနထWဲ္ကဢ္ကWဢနရက္ရနကကေရ ဟဆက္ရနWဟဤရအျရအေဤ ေဤခကဢဆက Wေယခ္ကဲံန Wတံန ဟျWဢခေအခ္ကWေ္ၐဲရနဤနခ ဤဆကဥနWဤယကက ေရ ရရနထဤအဟျWိ္ခ ဤရအဤဆကထWဤယကက ဧအWဧဲရနရ္Wဟရယက ္ေဢ Wဟ္ခ ဧခ ဢံန ္ရနWအဟယကဟခဤံ
  • 236. WယဲကကထWိ္ခ ဤရအရ္ဤဆက။WWဧေဤ ္ရယကWဧ္္္ကဢ္ကWဤယကက ္ရနW ရကဟံW္ံန္ဟက ေလခကအရWေရ ဤနခ ရ္ဟဆက။Wအရဆကယနကက ္ပ ရနခ ေအ WဟေအရဢဆကဟပWဧဢနရကဧ္ရနကကWအျခ ရ္ Wဟပဟ္ခ ေိ္ခကကထWအရဆကရပရနကကကံဟ္ခ ဤရနထW န္က္ခWဧဢနရကWဢနရက္ရနကကေယိ္အဤဆကထWကကကံဟျWဧဢနရကဤဟခ Wဧဟ္ခ ဧအရခ Wအျရရ္ဤဆက။Wဧဲရနရ္Wဧ ဆယနကကWဟရယက ္ေဢ Wဧဟ္ခ ဧအရခ ရ္အျရရ္ဤဆက။WအဟယကဟခပရနကကကံဟျWအဟယကဟခပရနWဢခေအခ္ကဧဢနရကWဢနရက္ရနကကဢျ္္ကအျရဤဆကထWဧဢနရကဤဟခ Wဧဟ္ခ ဧအရခ ဟျခWဟေဢ အျခ ပရနကကကံပျကကထ ရနကက ပရနကကကံယနကကWဧဟ္ခ ဲံန အလ္ကရ္ဤဆက။ဤခWပရနကကကံအ္ခ ဤခ ဧဢနရကဤဟခ ဟ္ခ ဟျခWဟိ္ခ္ာWဢနဠ္က္ံအအ္ကက ၊Wဟေဢ အျခ ယနကကWဧဢနရကဢခေအခ္ကဢနရက္ရနကကေယေWအရန္ကဟပဟ္ခ အလ္ကအ္ကက ပျကကထဧပရနကက္္ကကထWေ္ခက္ခ ္ံအဟပဟ္ခ Wဟိ္ခ္ာWအလ္ကရနခ ဢျ္္ကအျရရ္ဤဆက။Wဧဢနဠ္ကW္ံအဤအဟ္ခ ဟျခWဟဆကဤရနထWယရနကကိ္ခ အဟဆက္ရနWဟဤရအျရအ္ကက ၊အျ္ကေိ္ခ္ကအ္ကက Wယရနထေိ္ခကကထWဢအထဧ္နကကထေအ W္္ရေ ေလခ္ကဟပထဟ္ခWအလ္ကရနခ ေယေဤခကဢဆက WဟဆကဤဆကထWဧဟပထဟျWေဤ္္ခWေရၐေရ္္ကအ္ကက ဟအျရရဆWအျရေယရ္ဤဆက။W
  • 237. W ...W သခေိ္ခကကထ ္္W...ရပဧခWW...ရပဧခWWက္ရဟကထ္WဤအထအဆဲWဤေသခ ခ Wဧကဟကက္ရနWလရနအဟကဟျခW ္နေဢခေဢခဲဠကW္္္ခရအဟျခWရပဧခေယနWအပ ္္ကဟရေယယခယဆထWရယကဤယကကရပ Wကပ (W)Wေအ ခ ယခေဢ Wယကကေရ ဢရန္ကရ္ယဠက။Wယကိ္ပ ္္ေရကဢပ္ယကဢနံ ္Wပရနကကကံဤခ ္ပ္္ကေအ ယဆထWရပဧခေရ ယခယဆဲရ္ယကဤ္ကအရပ W ၀ဢနယက္ဆယဆျWိဤ နယကဢဟျခWဢျ္ခ္ကဢေခေယန၊Wဟက္ယကဲကက ယဆဲWဧလနဲ္Wပရနကကကံဤခ ေ၀ယကေရ ဢရန္ကယဠက။W၀ဟက္ယကဲကက ္ရနWယခ၀ယကိ္ပ ေဥခကက W၀ဢ္ကအျရအရဆက ဆ ဆေအWယကဠအဟဠက။Wအရယကဢဆက္္ကေဲ ဟဠကဢရနထWဤရအယဠက။ ၀ရပဧခေယနယဆထရယကဤ္ကအရပ W္ပ္္ကဟဆျယခWပျ္ကဢဆကဧ ရWရပဧခေယန္ရနWဢနဠကဢကကျယ္အ္္ေရ ္ဆျယဠက။WဘပေယအခဟျခWဟဆကဤအထ္ရနဟျ္W W၂၀၀၈္ေယWW၂၀၀၅ဢနယက္ဆျေဤခW
  • 238. ္္ေရ ္ဆျဤဢဆဲရနအကကW္္္ခရအပရနကကကံ္ရနW ဟအဆကအနဠကရ္သအ ။Wပရနကကကံအ္ခ ဤခ ဧခ ဢနံ ္ရနWဲရနဢရနရ္ယဠက။Wသဠကေဢခ္ကဧ ရWဢနဠကဢကကျယ္အဢရဆWအျရေဤ ယဠက။Wရပဧခအဤနခ ယဠကWဲရနယဆျW ၆ဢရဆWအျရေဤ ယဠက။Wရပဧခယကကဢရန္ကယဠက။W္္္ခရအပရနကကကံ္ရနေအခ္ကယခW ၃ေအခ္ကယခWWဧေအ္ဧေယဟ္ရေ Wအလ္က္ဆျရ္ယဠက။W၊Wကကေကန၊Wဟရဤခ ္န၊WဤအအဆဲWရဆခေအ ဧဲကကျဧယယက ၀ဠ္ကကယနယက ္Wရပဧခေဢျ္ခ္ကယဆျဧ္္ဟျခWရပဧခေဢျ္ခ္ကယဆျဤအအဆဲW၊W္္္ခရအပရနကကကံဧယနကက ဟျခWW)AorDDWCaDeyC(္္္ခရအပနရကကကံယရန ယ္ကဟျေဟျခWဤအအဆဲWဢနရကေဲခကကဟျေ၊Wဢနရကကယက ဲရနကကအခW္န္ဟက ္္ကကယယကေအဟခ္ကဟျေWေအခ္ကအျရအရပ W္္္ခရအWဢအဟ္ရေ WေအေအဟေယနဟျခWအကက ပျပ W္န္ဟက ္္ကကဟျေေရၐဟျခWဟအယဆကအရပ ဟျWရပဧခWေရ ေဢျအျရရ္ယဠက။Wဧခ အလကကျW orDDW္ကဧယနကက Wေဢျ္ခ္ကယဆျဤအယ္္ရေဲဟျခWရဆခဧအဆကဧ္္ကက ဧခ အလကကျWဟအရဆက္နံယခ၊W ္နပျW၂၀၀၈္ေယWW၂၀၀၅ဘ္ေရဟဆျWယက ္္ကကဟျခေယခကကWဟ္္ကကဢဆကေဤ ယဆျWဤအေယန္ရနWရပဧခေရ ္ဆျယဆျဧယန္ကW ၀ဤခဟယကဟျ္အျရယခ၊W္္္ခရအဢအဟျေ၊Wရပဧခ္ရနW္္္ခရအဢအဟ္ရေ ေယခကေယခကဟ္ခ ဟ္ခ Wအရဤခယခအျခအ္ကက ္ရနW္ံအဢရနထWဧ္ရန အဧေယယဆထWေယခ္ကရရနကက Wရပဧခေရ ဟဠကဤ္ကယယက ရကယရန ဟဠကဲရနအကကW ရကဟံ္္ကေဲ အဟဠကဲရနယဆျWဢဟက ဆနယကဟျေဟ္ရေ ေရ ခ ရ္ယဠက။Wဧဆဘပဢရနဢဟက ဆနယကဟျေဟ္ခ ေိ္ခကကျWရပဧခဤ္ကယဟက ယရန အခဟျခWေပျခကျကေပျ ယခဟ္ရေ ေယန၊Wရပဧခေယန္ရနအပ ္္ကေရ ယခဟ္ရေ ေယနအလ္ကဢခ္ဆျယဠက။Wကကေကနဧခ အလကကျW၀ေဠခ္ကဢနံ Wဧဢနရကဧ္ရနကကယဆဲWW၂Wေဠခ္ကဢနံ ရပဧခ၊၂သဠကေဢခ္ကဧ ရေယခကကအလ္က္ဆျဤဢဆဲရနအကကWဟရသWWေဢခ္ကအျရေဤခကဢဆက Wေဟန ္ကက ္W္ေဢ ္ရနWဟျပ္ရနရပဧခ္္ဟေရ ယခေယနWဧ ရWအလ္ကဢခ္ဆျရ္ယဠက။ W၇၀၀၀-၆၀၀၀ကကေကနW၀ဟရဤခ ္နWဧဆဘပဢရနဟ္ရေ ဧေအ္ဧေယေယနဟျခWသဠကပရနကကကံဤခ ေယနWရရန ရဤဢဆဢရနထဲရနအကကWအဟယကဟခေယန၊Wလရဢ္ကရရနကကေယနW ရရ္ယဠက။Wယ္ဠကေယချW
  • 239. ္W္Wေဤေဤ္္ခ္္ခW၀ယနWလရဢ္ကရရနကကေယန္Wရဆခအရဆကျ္နံေဤခကဢဆက Wယအ္ခ အဟေရက္န္ကယ္္ရေဲ္ရနWဟအရဆျက္နံဢရနထရ္။WဧဆဘပဟျခWဢ အဟယကဟခေW္္ကေဲ ဟျေ္ရနWဟဢနရကေယခရဆWအဟယကဟခယဆထWလရဢ္ကရရနကကေယန္ရနWဧဟ္ခ ဧခ အလကကျWအပ ္္ကေရ ဢရန္ကယခWဟ္ခ ရ္ယဠက။Wဟ္ရေ ဟျခWဟေဢ W္W၃ဲရနကရပ အျရရ္ယဠက။WဧဆဘပWW္္္ခရအဟျခWဧမရ္Wဢအဟ္ရေ ဧခ အလကကျWယအနရက၊Wဟေဢ ၊WဧရပာရဠWပနဠကလနခေဠခ္က္Wဧယဆက ဲနံ ေဢခ္ကအျရရ္ယဠက။WယအနရကယဆထWဧရပာရဠ္W ၃္ေဢ ဟ္ခ ဟ္ခ ေဟန ရ္ယဠက။Wယ္ကဟရဤခ ္န္ရနW္ေဢ Wဢနရကလရနဲဧယန္ကW aDayceW္ေဢ ဟအယခယဆထWအအကကဢဆWယ္ကေဠခ္ကေဢခ္ကရဆWရ္ဟက ဟျ္အျရရ္ယဠက။Wဟအဢ္္္ခရအဢအဟ္ရယ ္ရနWကကဢနရကလရနဲWယအနရကဢအဟ္ေရ ယဆထWဧရပာရဠWပနဠကလနခ ္ရနWဟ္ခ ဟ္ခ အလဆကျလရနထWဢနရဧရကရ္ယဠက။Wဤအယရနထဢရန္္ကကယခW ဟေဢ ဟ္ခ ယခ္ရနWဢအဟ္ရေ ေအ ဟျ္ေဧခအဟယကဟခယဆထWလရဢ္ကရရနကကWဟဥနယကရ္သအ ။Wဘ္ေိ္ခကကျWအရဆကိ္ပ ယအနရကယဆထWဧရပာရဠWဢအဟ္ရယ WရပဧခWပရနကကကံဤခ ဤနခ ေဢျ္ခ္ကအကကWဢနဠက္နအအရပ ေယချWW္ကဟရလရနထWဧေအ္ဧေယWအျရေယရ္ေိ္ခကက W္န္ယကေယခကျအဆဲWဧအဟကကWအရန အရန ေဢ Wယကကအရရ္ယဠက။ ယအ္ခ ဢအဟ္ရယ ဟ္ခ Wဤနခ ေဢျ္ခ္ကအကကWဟန္္Wအပ ္WWယက ္္ကကဟျခWဧဟျယကယ္ဠကအလ္ကဤနခ ယဆျWဧေိ္ခကက ဧအခရ္။ ၀ေယခ္ကယ္က္န္Wရပဧခယဆထရယကဤယကကရပ W္န္ယကေယခကရယကWဟျခWW၃္္ကကဘအပWWပျ္ကေဢခ္က္Wအဟယကဟခဢအဟ္ရေ ေဠခ္က္ခ ေဢ Wယ္ကေဠခ္ကW္္္ခရအ္W္ေ္ခကဢခ အျ္ကေရ ဢရနထWဘပဟျခ ၈ဢနယက္ဆျယဆျW္္္ခရအဟျခWေ္္ခကက ခ ပရနကကေဢခ္ကေဧခကကW Wေ္္ခကက ဢခယ္ကယဠက။W္ေဢ ္Wေယခကေယခကေဢ ္ရနW္ခေယခကရ္ယဠက။Wဤထအဟရသ္ကကေအခ္က္ခေဟ ရနဆWေအလဲရနအခ္ေယW ၀ကကေကနWဟအျရရ္သအ ။WအဟယကဟခပရနကကကံအဆဲWအဟရေဲကဠကေဢ Wယ္က္န္ေယW္္္ခရအဧ္ရန အ္ေယWေ္ၐဢရနထW ၀္ကဟဢခပနရကကရ္သအ ။Wဧဆဘပ္္ခယရယက္WဤအအဆဲWအရကေဲနအရကဟ္ရေ W္န္ယကေယခကထဤအကဠက္္ကက ္W ္ေ္ခကဢခ အျ္ကအရ္ယဠက။WဤထအဟရသWဘပ္ရနWဢရနပျ္ကဤခ WW၁၄-၁၃္ရယကမ္ယကဧခ အလကကျWေ္ခကကျေအျခ္ကယခရ္။Wဧဆဘပ္္ခယရယက္W္န္ယကေယခကယရနဲယဆဲWဧယအယအWေ္္ခကက ရရယကယရနကက Wဢခအကက ယဆဲW
  • 240. W္ေယWဠ္နသနထဆအယခရ္။၀သWယနWဧဟ္ခ ိ္ပ ရ္ယဠက။Wဘ္ေိ္ခကကျW ္ယယပဠခေ္ခဢရရက္ရနW ္ပ္ပဧပ Wဧရနဢဠကဝဠကေအလယဠက။Wဧဟျယကေ္ခကက ယဠက။W နာက အေW္ေ္ခကဢခ အျ္ကWဧဤ္ကယဆဲW ရကယ္ကအယဠက။Wဧဆဘပေယခ္ကW ္ပ္ပဧပ WေဧWဢဠကဝဠကေအလယဠက။W နာက အ ေယနရ္ယဠက။ဟျခW္ေ္ခကဢခ အျ္ကယဆဲWေ္္ခကက ယ္ကယဠက။Wေ္္ခကက ယ္ကယဆျWဧ္္ရယကယနကက ဟျခဢဆWဤအ္W္ခဢဆေယခကWဧဟ္ခ ္ဢဆW FUAWဧဆဘပေယခ္ကWဧေဲခကကေယနဟျခWေဥခ္္ယယခWဧအလ္ကဤယကဟျယက္ံအယဠက။Wေ္္ခကက ဟျခဢဆW အ ္္ေယကယဆျWေ္္ခကက ဤခ ဧအလ္ကW WFUAယကကေအဟျခ္ကဢရနထWကကေကနအျခယခWေ္္ခကက ဟအရပ ္ကက္ယဆက ္Wယ္ကဢ္ရနWေဘၐဢခW ၀ဤယကဟျယက္ံအယဠက။Wဢ္ကကWဢ္ကကWဧယယက ကဠကေယနW္္ယအျကကအရ္ခ အရပ WယဆဲWေဧခကကယဠက။Wဤအဲ္ရနWWUvvveiWAeceydWcDa ေဢခ္ကအရ္ယဠက။WဘပဢရနယဆဲWသနဲအယဠက။Wသနဲအေယချဢဆက WW၂၅၀၀ ဆ ဆယဆဲW္ယကဲဢရန္ကယဠက။WW၃၅၀၀ဢ္WW)ဧဢနရကဧေယနဲဧိ္ေံဟအျရရ္(္နဟကာပိ္ပ ယ္က္န္ေယWဧ္နဟျWေ္္ခကက အရပ ေရဟဆျWWရပဧခေဢျ္ခ္ကရ္ယဠက။Wယ္ဠကယဟက ဲရနအကကW္န္ယကေယခကယရနထWဧအဟဆေယခ္ကေအရခကကေအရခေယ္္္္ခ ယဆဲWေအရခအအကကWဧဆဘပ္္ခယရယက္နရW္္္ခရအအဆဲWေဟန ္ခ ဤခ WဢရနဲWရအေအခ္က္္္္ေယWဠ္နဧ္္ရယကဧ ရW္္္ခရအပရနကကကံ္Wေရ ယဆျW္ေ္ခကဢခ အျ္ကယဆထWေ္္ခကက ယ္ကယဠက။W္ေ္ခကဢခ္W ဲရနအဟျခရ္။W္္္ခWရရနဢရနထWအဟယကဟခအရဆကဟျခW္္ယကယဆျWဟရသ္ရနေယခကကWေ ခ္ကရံပရနကကရ္ေဤ ယဠက။Wဤအရပဧခေဢျ္ခ္ကယဆျWဧ္္ဟျWရပဧခအပ ္္ကဟရရ္ယဠက္ကကဝ္ခ။WဤအဢရနWေဟန ္ခ ဤခ ္ရနေယခကကWရပဧခWဟေရ ယဆျWဧေအ္ဧေယရ္။WWပျ္ကWေ္္ခကရ္အရပ။Wဘ္ေရဟဆျWဧဆဘပ္္ခယရယကWရပဧခWဟအရ္သအ ။ W၈အ ဧေယယဆထWေယခကယဠက။W္္္ခရအဟျခWေယဢခယခWရဆခေ
  • 241. Wဘ္ေိ္ခကကျWဢ္ကအျရဧေအ္ဧေယ္ရနWဧခ ဢနံ Wဤရေဧခကကေအရခအရယခရ္။Wရပဧခေဢျ္ခ္ကေယယဆျWဤအေယနWသခဢရနထWရပဧခဟအယခဢဆဲရနယဆျWWဢရန္ကရ္။ေဟ ္နယက ဟေဟ ္ကကW္န္ယကေယခကဧ္နWေအ ခ ယဆျW္္ခယရယကဧေိ္ခကက ္ရနWဧအကကိ္ဆျကWအခပျေယက ေဢခ္က္Wအပ ္္ကဟရလရနထW W၈၀ဧ္နေဢခေဢခဲဠကWရပဧခယကကဟဠကဲရနယဆျဤအဟ္ခ Wဤယရ ခ အေဧခကကWေအရခအရဢရန္ကရ္ယဠက။WWဟ္ခ ရ္ယဠက။္ရယကမခယက္္ေဧခကကေကရခယခေယခထWဟဥနယကရ္သအ ။Wဧခ ဢံန Wဧဟျယကကလ္ကရ္္ကေယယခေယန္ရနWဤရကဟကကေဧခကကဢရနထရ္။Wေအန ေ္ခ္ကရဧကရပ W ဆနဢဆကရပ W္န္ယကေယခကယရနထWကဟယကဟခဢအဟ္ရေ ဟ္ခ Wရပဧခဟ္ခ ဟ္ခ W္္ေရ လရနထWေဟျ္ခကဢကကထအံန၊Wဲနေယခကက အံနဤခW ္ဘဟ္ခ ေကရခကက ၀္္္ခရအဧ္ရန အWဟအWအျရရ္ေယခထယဠကW္ကကဝ္ခ။WWေဟခကကအ္ရဟကျ W W
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  • 284. Download Deep Freeze 6 Full version:1. Free Download Deep Freeze 6 Full version to protect your computer from viruses.Password: techotoys.blogspot.com2. Unzip the file and run Deep Freeze.exe file on your computer. Your computer will be restarted.3. On restart, you will see icon in your taskbar. Keeping shift pressed, double click on this icon to access theDeep Freeze 6 control panel. You can even assign password to Deep Freeze 6.4. Deep Freeze can be operated in two modes:Boot Frozen: When selected, Deep Freeze will nullify all the changes made to your computer on restart.Boot Thawed: When selected, Deep Freeze will not nullify any changes on restart.
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  • 290. Disegno Ceramica has introduced a line of sinks and bathroom fixtures that show off a playful form whilemaking no sacrifices when it comes to function. The most attractive is the Splash Collection comprising a showerbase, wall hanging wash basin and a pedestal sink. Three colors plus white are available. Poor Little Fish Sink
  • 291. This particular gadget illustrates how important it is to conserve water. When you are using this sink to washyour hands, the fish loses its real estate if you take too much time. Yes, the water level in the fish bowl willactually go down if you are scrubbing your hands too long. In case you are wondering, there are safety featuresso the fish wont have all of its precious water taken away. Just to let you know, you are not using the samewater that a fish inhabiting. Its just made to appear that way. The truth is the fish water drains underneath thesink, and then will return to normal.This Poor Little Fishbowl sink is still a concept from Chinese designer Yan Lu, and it really isnt made to replaceevery sink. In fact, I would best classify it as some sort of art project with a very obvious message.(Link) Waterfall Sink
  • 292. Want to draw your guest attention to your sink? This waterfall sink from CBD Glass might be the answer, justlook at the picture. The wall-mounted glass waterfall sink is an extraordinarily versatile and beautifularchitectural element for the way we live today, enhancing the elegance and style of any bathroom. (Link) Sperm Shaped Sink
  • 293. The Origins Washbowl by the Nothing Design group is designed to make you think about the origins of life.Theyre claiming that this sink is supposed to look like a river flowing downhill into a pond but come on, its afreakin sperm sink. Look at that strong swimmer tail. This one is gonna make it to the egg. (Link)Martini Sink
  • 294. Too crazy over Martini? Then this cool Mystic Martini Bar Sink is for you, fittingly set in an olive-hued countertop, you will make yourself the biggest Martini fan.(Link) Crevasse Prep Sink
  • 295. Time for this modern sink. The Crevasse Prep Sink comes with a touch control for switching and temperaturecontrol. Slice your food, flick the unwanted stuff with little effort and see them go down the drain. Foglio Sink
  • 296. Here is a unique bathroom sink designed by Ricardo Antonio. Called the Foglio toilet basin, this design wascreated for Brascor Countertops of Brazil. Constructed of corian, this unique shape adds a cool touch to modernbathroom design. (Link) Soccer Sink
  • 297. Cool idea for the ultimate soccer fan. (Link) Ripple Faucet & SinkInspired by the beauty of ripples created in still waters, the Ripple Faucet created by Smith Newnam and Touch360 Studio makes your daily interaction with water fun by establishing a visual relationship between the two.The frosted metal surface seats a metal ball with an array of electromagnetic sensors, detecting the balls
  • 298. position and simply by moving the ball in or out from the water you get to control the water pressure whilemoving it around controls waters temperature. The beautiful unit allows the ball to glow either red or blue toindicate the water temperature which is flash heated and mixed to give you the perfect lukewarm water youdesire! (Link) Tire Sink
  • 299. A fabulous urban design, the Kobe Tire Console combines contemporary style with environmentally responsibledesign. The innovative Kobe Tire Console makes recycling a key point of the entire design. The Kobe features a24‖basin. Beneath the tire suspends a curving towel rail in a galvanised-like finish that reinforces the rough urbanstyle. The Kobe Tire basin is inset to a small wall mounted shelf into which the open channel faucet is set. A
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  • 387. (Dont Get Me Wrong – The Global Gestures Guide). In this regard, in anticipation of the Christmas holidays inthe UK have released the book "Do not get me wrong - a global guide sign» (Dont Get Me Wrong - The GlobalGestures Guide). To mention a few examples, after the break...
  • 388. "Good" or "excellent" in the UK, U.S., South Korea, South Africa "One": France, Poland, Switzerland "The vulgar insult": Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq
  • 389. "What is it?" Or "What do you want?" In Italy "Little" or "somewhat" in the Congo "Beautiful" or "good" in Turkey "One moment" in Egypt
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  • 414. organization, who also held a "World Records Day" last November, encouraging people all over the world to settheir own records. Collected here are a group of superlatives, recent photos of world records and recordattempts around the world.
  • 415. He Pingping of China smiles as Sultan Kosen of Turkey rests his hands on Hes shoulders during a promotionalevent in Istanbul, Turkey on January 14, 2010. He, with a height of 73 cm (2 feet 5 inch), and Kosen, with aheight of 246.5 cm (8 feet 1 inch), have been listed in the Guinness World Records as the worlds shortest manand tallest man respectively.
  • 416. He Pingping, 73 cm tall (2 feet 5 inch), of China looks up at Sultan Kosen, 246.5 cm tall (8 feet 1 inch), ofTurkey in Istanbul on January 14, 2010.
  • 417. Joel Waul, 27, stands on top of his rubber band ball on the driveway of his home in Lauderhill, Fla., Friday, Oct.23, 2009. Waul, a 27-year-old who works nights restocking a Gap clothing store, has spent the last six yearscarefully wrapping and linking and stretching rubber bands of various sizes into the ball shape. The GuinnessBook of World Records declared it the worlds largest rubber band ball in 2008.
  • 418. In this photo taken Aug. 21, 2009, Diana Taylor walks with her Great Dane, Titan, along Ocean Beach in SanDiego. During a ceremony Thursday Nov. 12, 2009, the Guinness Book of World Records officially proclaimedthat 4-year-old Titan from San Diego is the worlds tallest dog. Owner Diana Taylor says Titan is blind, deaf,epileptic and undergoes acupuncture and chiropractic adjustments every three weeks. Taylor says Titan stands42.25 inches from floor to shoulder, weighs 190 pounds.
  • 419. Bakers link pieces of gingerbread in order to break a world record on December 18, 2009 in Ludwigsburg,
  • 420. southern Germany. A total of 1,700 kg of honey, 1,700 kg of flour, 1,000 kg of walnuts, 900 kg of hazelnuts,550 liters of milk and 158 liters of cherry schnapps were used to make the one kilometer-long and seven-ton-heavy gingerbread.
  • 421. A base jumper leaps backwards off the Menara Kuala Lumpur Tower, Malaysia, Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2009. Agroup of base jumpers were attempting to set a Guinness World Record striving to have 24 people base jumpevery hour for 24 hours from the the 915 feet high communication tower
  • 422. Physical challenged people participate in purportedly the worlds largest finger painting, a 100 feet by 140 feetcanvas, to mark International Day of Persons with Disabilities in Ahmadabad, India, Thursday, Dec. 3, 2009.More than 200 physically challenged people participated in the event for a bid to enter the Guinness Book ofWorld Records.
  • 423. Street performer Chayne Hultgren (a.k.a. The Space Cowboy), re-enacts his 18-sword swallowing attempt for aGuinness World Record in front of the Sydney Opera House on February 8, 2010. The Australian beat his ownworld record when he simultaneously swallowed 18 swords, each blade measuring 50.8cm by 1.3cm, in thelead-up to International Sword Swallowing Day on February 28.
  • 424. Lisa Courtneys lies amongst her collection - the Biggest Pokemon Memorabilia Collection in the world with12,113 items, accordding to the Guinness Book of World Records.
  • 425. Children scoop marshmallows out of a mug holding nearly 500 gallons of hot chocolate, Wednesday, Dec. 30,
  • 426. 2009 at Bryant Park in New York, during the American Dairy Associations attempt to set a new world record forthe largest mug of hot chocolate.
  • 427. Indian born British strongman Manjit Singh, 59, pulls a double Decker bus using ropes attached to his hair inLondon, England on November 12, 2009. Singh broke the world record Thursday by pulling the bus a total of21.2 metres.Jamie StengleAPDALLAS -Former first lady Laura Bush, a longtime advocate for free elections in Myanmar, spoke for the firsttime Friday with the isolated Asian countrys pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi, who was released lastmonth after more than seven years of house arrest.Bush told The Associated Press that "it was thrilling" to finally get to speak to Suu Kyi by phone."I was especially happy to hear how strong her voice was and how enthusiastic," Bush said.Suu Kyi, who won the 1991 Nobel Peace prize for her nonviolent struggle for democracy, was first arrested byMyanmars military junta in 1989 and has spent 15 of the past 21 years in detention.
  • 428. Bush, the wife of former President George W. Bush, has advocated for free elections in Myanmar, also known asBurma, and has spoken out many times about Suu Kyis plight, raising the issue at United Nations meetings andwith U.S. senators.Bush said Suu Kyi told her that during her house arrest, she listened to the Voice of America on the radio andwas aware of how much support she had around the world. She said she also knew of a 2008 visit Bush and herdaughter, Barbara, made to a refugee camp in Thailand for political refugees from Myanmar."She was very forthcoming but we both assumed the call was bugged. She was circumspect and so was I," Bushsaid.Suu Kyis release last month came a week after Myanmars first election in 20 years, which was widely seen as asham. The 1990 election was won in a landslide by Suu Kyis National League for Democracy party, but themilitary refused to hand over power and instead clamped down on its opponents.Bush said that it appears that the government is allowing Suu Kyi to conduct the meetings and phone calls shewants.
  • 429. "I hope Ill have the chance to speak with her again," Bush said. "I hope that someday well have the chance tomeet face to face."The former first lady said she also told Suu Kyi about an effort by the George W. Bush Presidential Center to bea repository for the papers and oral histories of political dissidents struggling to spread democracy. Bush saidSuu Kyi was receptive to the idea of one day being interviewed for the project.The center, which will be made up of a presidential library, museum and policy institute, is set to open inFebruary 2013 on the campus of Southern Methodist University in Dallas, the city George and Laura Bush movedto after he left office in 2009. | ( )
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  • 505. ‘ -Powered Boat ‘ -powered boat, has just completed the first stage of itsjourney around the world – a trans-Atlantic journey from Monaco to Miami. The Swiss-designed solar-poweredcatamaran left Monaco on the 27th of September and docked in Miami just a few days ago, on the 28th ofNovember. More after the break...
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  • 512. Kyoto University rated as 25th best university in World University Rankings. Founded in 1897, Kyoto Universityhas deeply considered its traditions of liberal and academic freedom, educating many. We continue to activelymaintain these principles, which are the foundation of academic freedom. Kyoto University places top priority onbasic research, develops advanced technology leading to the acquisition of intellectual property, and thenreturns this knowledge to society through education, social cooperation, and the opportunity for lifelongeducation. Kyoto University has 3 campuses nestled in a basin, which forms the main part of Kyoto, a city whichin tradition and culture of which Kyoto University is a part. 24 More universities after the break... 24. University of Hong Kong
  • 513. University of Hong Kong rated as 24th best university in World University Rankings . The University of HongK ‘ 90with and helped shape the city from which it takes its name. The University of Hong Kong, as a pre-eminentinternational university in Asia, seeks to sustain and enhance its excellence as an institution of higher learning
  • 514. through outstanding teaching and world-class research so as to produce well-rounded graduates with lifelongabilities to provide leadership within the societies they serve. HKU has won a proud reputation as a world-classcomprehensive research university. It offers internationally recognized qualifications and it is renowned for itsacademic and research excellence worldwide. As an English-medium university in China, HKU also offersresearchers unique opportunities to bridge cultures and continents, and to explore more on China-relatedstudies. 23. K ‘
  • 515. K ‘ 23 K ‘constituent college of the University of London in the United Kingdom. The college was founded by King GeorgeIV and the Duke of Wellington in 1829, and its royal charter is predated in England only by those of OxfordUniversity and Cambridge University.. There are currently more than 19,000 students in nine Schools of studybased at our five London campuses. We offer a vast range of undergraduate programmes, and whicheverprogramme you choose to pursue, you will work with academics who are often national or international leaders K ‘ u will become part of a vibrant and intellectually stimulatingcommunity. You will be inspired by researchers, discoverers and inventors who are pushing the boundaries ofknowledge and will mix with students from across the UK, Europe and almost every coun K ‘has played a major role in many of the advances that have shaped modern life, such as the discovery of thestructure of DNA. It is the largest centre for the education of healthcare professionals in Europe and is home tofive Medic â€― 22. University of Tokyo
  • 516. University of Tokyo rated as 22th best university in World University Rankings. The University of Tokyoabbreviated as Todai, is a major research university located in Tokyo, Japan. The University has 10 facultieswith a total of around 30,000 students, 2,100 of whom are foreign. Its five campuses are in Hongo-, Komaba,Kashiwa, Shirokane and Nakano. It is considered to be one of the most prestigious universities in Japan. 21. University of Edinburgh
  • 517. University of Edinburgh rated as 21st best university in World University Rankings. The University of Edinburgh 1583 ‘ 600programmes, which includes over 300 joint degree combinations, spread across some 100 academic disciplines.More than 22,000 students study here, from all over the world and from a variety of backgrounds. The
  • 518. University has 22 Schools in three Colleges: Humanities & Social Science, Medicine & Veterinary Medicine, andScience & Engineering. World renowned and well respected, a degree from the University of Edinburgh will be ‘ KWe have a well-deserved international reputation for excellence, as demonstrated in our partnerships with otherkey institutions worldwide, such as our work with Stanford University on Informatics. Many of our degreeprogrammes offer the opportunity to spend some time studying abroad. Perhaps this international dimensionhelps explain why we have the largest proportion of international students of any Scottish university. 20. ETH Zurich (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology)
  • 519. ETH Zurich (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology) rated as 20th best university in World University Rankings. ‘ 16 helor, Master and Doctoral programmes in engineering and naturalsciences. The language of instruction in the Bachelor programmes is German, whereas English is the primelanguage on the graduate level. All degree programmes provide a solid scientific foundation combined withoutstanding all-round skills, equipping ETH graduates with the abilities and flexibility needed for a career inindustry, business or the public sector, as entrepreneur or scientist. 19. University of Michigan, United States
  • 520. University of Michigan rated as 18th best university in World University Rankings. The University of Michigan, ‘ 26 000 15 000students from all 50 states and 117 countries. Students may choose from over 200 undergraduate majors, over90 ‘ 100offered at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. A wide variety of social, cultural, and athletic activitiesare available. There is something for everyone here. The University is located in the culturally rich and excitingcommunity of Ann Arbor. Distinct yet closely integrated with the University, Ann Arbor offers its own array ofsocial and cultural offerings, to which University students are enthusiastically welcomed. The city is home tonumerous parks and athletic facilities, and boasts an excellent public transportation system. 18. Mcgill University, Canada
  • 521. Mcgill University rated as 18th best university in World University Rankings. Innovative research programs andcutting-edge facilities including our brand new Life Sciences Complex attract internationally respected faculty.Our faculty excel at research; in 2008, McGill professors Nahum Sonenberg and Charles Taylor took home,
  • 522. re K z ‘ z ‘ x -edge breakthroughs into the ‘ 21 professional schools offer degrees in more than 300 fields of study. McGill ‘ ‘dentistry, business and medicine. The world-renowned Faculty of Medicine has four affiliated teaching hospitalsand graduates more than 1,000 health care professionals each year. 17. Australian National University
  • 523. Australian National University rated as 17th best university in World University Rankings. The Australian National ‘ stinguished by its relentless pursuit ofexcellence, ANU attracts leading academics and outstanding students from Australia and around the world. The
  • 524. primary educational objective of ANU is to become the university of choice for talented students locally,nationally and internationally by offering a unique range of research-led degree programs. Graduate educationcontinues as one of the major focuses of the University and about one quarter of the total enrolment isundertaking post-graduate study. Regardless of whether those students are enrolled in the Institute ofAdvanced Studies or the Faculties, the full resources of both and of University Centres are available to themthrough the Graduate School. 16. Stanford University, United States
  • 525. Stanford University rated as 16th best university in World University Rankings. Stanford University, founded in1885 z ‘renowned faculties in the nation. Stanford students men and women of all races, ethnicities and ages aredistinguished by their love of learning and desire to contribute to the greater community. Stanford Universityoffers its students a remarkable range of academic and extracurricular activities. We are committed to offeringan education that is unrivaled among research universities. 15. Cornell University, United States
  • 526. Cornell University rated as 15th best university in World University Ranking ― ‖ xscholarship and democratic ideals. Adding practical subjects to the classics and admitting qualified students
  • 527. regardless of nationality, race, social circumstance, gender, or religion was quite a departure when Cornell was 1865 ‘ x ‘colleges devoted to hotel administration, industrial and labor relations, and veterinary medicine. Both a privateuniversity and the land-grant institution of New York State, Cornell University is the most educationally diversemember of the Ivy League. 14. Duke University, United States
  • 528. Duke University rated as 14th best university in World University Rankings. Duke University was created in 1924by James Buchanan Duke as a memorial to his father, Washington Duke. The Dukes, a Durham family that builta worldwide financial empire in the manufacture of tobacco and developed electricity production in the Carolinas,long had been interested in Trinity College. Trinity traced its roots to 1838 in nearby Randolph County whenlocal Methodist and Quaker communities opened Union Institute. The school, then-named Trinity College,
  • 529. 1892 1924 ‘philanthropic foundation, The Duke Endowment, which provided for the expansion of Trinity College into DukeUniversity. 13. Johns Hopkins University, United States
  • 530. Johns Hopkins University rated as 13th best university in World University Rankings. The Johns HopkinsUniversity, founded in Baltimore in 1876, was the first university in the Western Hemisphere founded on themodel of the European research institution, where research and the advancement of knowledge were integrally
  • 531. linked to teaching. Its establishment began a revolution in U.S. higher education. The Johns Hopkins University,commonly referred to as Johns Hopkins, JHU, or simply Hopkins, is a private research university located inBaltimore, Maryland, United States. Johns Hopkins also maintains full-time campuses elsewhere in Maryland,Washington, D.C., Italy, China, and Singapore. Johns Hopkins University has an affiliated hospital and medicalschool. It is one of fourteen founding members of the Association of American Universities. 12. University of Pennsylvania, United States
  • 532. University of Pennsylvania rated as 12th best university in World University Rankings. The University ofPennsylvania (commonly referred to as Penn or UPenn) is a private research university located in Philadelphia,Pennsylvania, USA. Penn is the fourth-oldest institution of higher education in the United States, and is one of
  • 533. several institutions that claims to have been the first university in America. Penn is a member of the Ivy Leagueand is one of the Colonial Colleges. University of Pennsylvania has been committed to excellence in scholarship,research and service. From its highly regarded undergraduate, graduate and professional schools to its wide-ranging program of interdisciplinary research and scholarship, Penn takes pride in being a place where studentsand faculty can pursue knowledge without boundaries, a place where theory and practice combine to produce abetter understanding of our world and ourselves. 11. Columbia University, United States
  • 534. Columbia University rated as 11th best university in World University Rankings. Columbia University is one of the ‘ research and at the same time a distinctive and distinguished learningenvironment for undergraduates and graduate students in many scholarly and professional fields. The University
  • 535. recognizes the importance of its location in New York City and seeks to link its research and teaching to the vastresources of a great metropolis. It seeks to attract a diverse and international faculty and student body, tosupport research and teaching on global issues, and to create academic relationships with many countries andregions. It expects all areas of the university to advance knowledge and learning at the highest level and toconvey the products of its efforts to the world. 10. California Institute of Technology (caltech)
  • 536. California Institute of Technology (caltech) rated as 10th best university in World University Rankings. Themission of the California Institute of Technology is to expand human knowledge and benefit society throughresearch integrated with education. We investigate the most challenging, fundamental problems in science and
  • 537. technology in a singularly collegial, interdisciplinary atmosphere, while educating outstanding students tobecome creative members of society. 09. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (mit), United States
  • 538. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (mit) rated as 9th best university in World University Rankings. TheInstitute is committed to generating, disseminating, and preserving knowledge, and to working with others to ‘ great challenges. MIT is dedicated to providing its students with aneducation that combines rigorous academic study and the excitement of discovery with the support and
  • 539. intellectual stimulation of a diverse campus community. We seek to develop in each member of the MITcommunity the ability and passion to work wisely, creatively, and effectively for the betterment ofhumankind.The mission of MIT is to advance knowledge and educate students in science, technology, and otherareas of scholarship that will best serve the nation and the world in the 21st century. 08. PRINCETON University, United States
  • 540. PRINCETON University rated as 8th best university in World University Rankings. Princeton is the fourth-oldestcollege in the United States. As a research university, it seeks to achieve the highest levels of distinction in thediscovery and transmission of knowledge and understanding, and in the education of graduate students. At thesame time, Princeton is distinctive among research universities in its commitment to undergraduate teaching.The University provides its students with academic, extracurricular and other resources — in a residentialcommunity committed to diversity in its student body, faculty and staff — that help them achieve at the highestscholarly levels and prepare them for positions of leadership and lives of service in many fields of humanendeavor. 07. University of CHICAGO, United States
  • 541. University of CHICAGO rated as the 7th best university in World University Rankings. The University of Chicagowas founded in 1890 by the American Baptist Education Society and oil magnate John D. Rockefeller. TheUniversity of Chicago has had a profound impact on American higher education; curricula across the countryhave been influenced by the emphasis on broad humanistic and scientific undergraduate education. TheUniversity also has a well-deserved reputation as the teacher of teachers. 06. University of OXFORD, United Kingdom
  • 542. University of OXFORD rated the sixth best university in World University Rankings. Oxford is the oldest universityin the English-speaking world and lays claim to nine centuries of continuous existence. As an internationallyrenowned centre for teaching and research, Oxford attracts students and scholars from across the globe, with
  • 543. almost a quarter of our students from overseas. More than 130 nationalities are represented among a studentpopulation of over 18,000. Oxford is a collegiate university, with 39 self-governing colleges related to theUniversity in a type of federal system. There are also seven Permanent Private Halls, founded by differentChristian denominations. Thirty colleges and all halls admit students for both undergraduate and graduatedegrees. Seven other colleges are for graduates only; one has Fellows only, and one specializes in part-time andcontinuing education. 05. IMPERIAL College London
  • 544. Imperial College London, rated the fifth best university in the world for. Imperial College London is a universityof world class scholarship, education and research in science, engineering and medicine, with particular regardto their application in industry, commerce and healthcare. The College has over 3,000 academic and researchstaff and almost 14,000 students from over 120 different countries. Our reputation for excellence in teachingand research in science, engineering, medicine and business attracts students and staff of the highestinternational calibre. Imperial College staff are frequently consulted by governments, and also act as membersof professional bodies, advise industry, and offer informed comment to the media. 04. UCL (University College London)
  • 545. UCL (University College London) rated the fourth best university in World University Rankings. UCL is amultidisciplinary university with an international reputation for the quality of its research and teaching across the
  • 546. academic spectrum, with subjects spanning the sciences, arts, social sciences and biomedicine. In the 2008Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) UCL was rated the best research university in London, and third in the UKoverall, for the number of its submissions which were considered of world-leading quality. The university islocated on a compact site in the very heart of London and is surrounded by the greatest concentration oflibraries, museums, archives, cultural institutions and professional bodies in Europe. 03. Yale University, United States
  • 547. Yale University rated as third best university in the World University Rankings. Yale University is one of the most ― ‘ ‖ University is the fulfillment of a European vision of intellectual freedom that is
  • 548. aimed at the service of the community and country. It has championed over history and survived the mostdestructive calamities such as the American Revolution. Since then, the university has continually grown andprogressed to a center for high quality education that is recognized by the global community. The university isconsidered one of the oldest institution of higher education in the US. It was founded in 1701 and is a proudmember of the prestigious Ivy League. 02. University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
  • 549. University of Cambridge rated the second best in World University Rankings. The University of Cambridge is oneof the oldest universities in the world and one of the largest in the United Kingdom. Its reputation foroutstanding academic achievement is known world-wide and reflects the intellectual achievement of its students,as well as the world-class original research carried out by the staff of the University and the Colleges. Itsreputation is endorsed by the Quality Assurance Agency and by other external reviewers of learning andteaching, such as External Examiners. These high standards are the result of both the learning opportunitiesoffered at Cambridge and by its extensive resources, including libraries, museums and other collections.Teaching consists not only of lectures, seminars and practical classes led by people who are world experts intheir field, but also more personalised teaching arranged through the Colleges. Many opportunities exist forstudents to interact with scholars of all levels, both formally and informally. 01. Harvard University, United States
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  • 738. However, prison officials and intelligence sources said that officials with the Military Affairs Security (MAS) which K ‘ 2004 have met regularly with former intelligence officials in prison and in Rangoon to discuss ethnic issues since 2008 when the junta began planning its Border Guard Force proposition for ethnic armed groups.Former PM and spy chief Gen Khin Nyunt (C),Brig-Gen Kyaw Thein (R), Col. San Pwint (L) ―[ ] 2008- 09 in Thayet Prison to discuss ethnic issues,particularly in dealing with armed cease- ‖ ― [ ] [K ]issues and that he [Khin Nyunt] is knowledgeabl ‖http://www.irrawaddy.org/
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  • 849. Some people still take the "no pain, no gain" slogan to the gym. But it takes a certain type of bravery to takethe theory all the way into the doctors chair as he stitches a prolene patch to your tongue. Dr. Nikolas Chugay,a plastic surgeon in private practice in Beverly Hills, Calif., developed the tongue patch as a temporary way tolose "20 to 40 pounds." According to Chugay, the tongue patch is a prolene mesh the size of a stamp. All youneed is about four stitches to attach it to the tongue. The prolene patch makes it uncomfortable, if not painful,to chew solid food. Chugay has implanted the patch in more than 10 patients, and sells a liquid drink mix to thedieters to ensure more calories are cut.Chugay said his drink is "about 700 calories per day, so its a low caloric intake. It has carbs, proteins, fat,vitamins and minerals. "Some people still manage to eat solid foods even despite of the patch, but its a goodway of helping people not to cheat," he said. After a month-long liquid diet, Chugay will snip off the patch,releasing his patients into the world of solid food again.(Link) Sanitized Tape Worms
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