In conversation with an Interview with Prof. Mridula Mukherjee Director, Nehru Memorial Museum and Library

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The symbol is a graphic statement which stands for international academic exchange and onwards search of knowledge for the betterment of human being.

The overlapping circular segments of the design denote global interaction, creating a flame emitting enlightenment, this flame emerges out of the traditional Indian 'diya' (lamp)-a source of Light, Understanding and Brotherhood.

The design is also representative of the rose-bud closely associated with the name of Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru. 

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An Interview with Prof. Mridula Mukherjee Director, Nehru Memorial Museum and Library

Bhoomika: When and how did your association with JNU begin?

Prof. Mukherjee: I joined CHS, JNU as a student of M.Phil in 1971. This was the year when teaching actually started in CHS. In 1972, I was appointed as a faculty member. I completed my Ph.D under the guidance of Prof. Bipin Chandra while teaching here.

Bhoomika: How would you describe the JNU community?

Prof. Mukherjee: The absence of hierarchy is perhaps the most remarkable and laudable quality of this place. There has always existed a relationship of equality between senior faculty and their junior counterparts, teachers and students and faculty and administration. Compared to other institutions, in JNU you function on a plane of equality. There is a greater degree of collective functioning on campus. Decisions have always been taken through discussions and debates rather than someone laying down a law for everyone to follow. When I was a very young faculty here, there was no sense of being told what to do or what not to do.

Bhoomika: What trajectory is your second term as the Director of NMML going to take?

Prof. Mukherjee: I must make it clear that this not exactly a second term. NMML's Directorship is not a term appointment. If one takes it up, one retires as the director of NMML. However, I did not want to have such an extended term primarily because I did not want to leave JNU. So I joined NMML on deputation for 5 years. Due to some technicalities, the government could not give me a five-year term at a single stretch. They had to break it up as three plus two years. All this talk about this being my second term is ill-informed and completely redundant. My plans from the very beginning were five-year plans. One of the major objectives has been to achieve as much as possible by the Commonwealth Games in 2010. For instance, we are redoing the planetarium with that goal in mind. Nehru and the Commonwealth were related in such a way that the Games are an extremely significant event for us at NMML.

Bhoomika: What are the different components of NMML?

Prof. Mukherjee: Firstly, there is our research unit which has three chief components. There is an Institute of Advanced Studies which is known as Center for Contemporary Studies and which functions just like any other Institute of Advanced Studies. Then we have the Archives section. NMML houses the largest number of non-official archives in India. It includes private papers, institutional documents, letters, and papers of diplomats, litterateurs, etc. Finally, we have the library which focuses on Modern History and the National Movement particularly and Social Sciences generally. The library stores 2,50,000 books and 400 journals. Apart from these it also consists of an exhaustive collection of old newspapers in English as well as other Indian languages.

Apart from catering to research interests, we also maintain photo archives and a museum on Jawaharlal Nehru.  Finally there is also a planetarium.

Bhoomika: What are the new initiatives undertaken under your supervision?

Prof. Mukherjee: The modernization and upgradation plan at NMML that we undertook 3 years back consists of some new steps. First of all there is the Children's Centre which conducts a large range of activities related to children. Children not only from Delhi but also from the states are encouraged to participate in these programmes. These programmes are meant for children from all classes, all types of schools, special children and also those from under- privileged background. They are introduced to the National Movement through films, theatre, puppets, kites and other fun activities. Their knowledge about Nehru and his ideals of secularism and unity in diversity is enhanced and reinforced by using interactive and innovative methods. We started this centre in 2007. Apart from this the NMML has kept up with its older practices of special tours for schools.

We are setting up a new multi-media library which would house a collection of oral history, photographs and films on Nehru.

We are also planning to build up a documentary and film library with material on the socio- political scenario in India, especially after independence. India does not as yet have a nation-wide repository of documentaries and films with a social message accessible to teachers of schools and colleges. This collection will also contain recordings of NMML's own programmes over the years.

Apart from all this, we have begun on the mammoth task of digitization of the archives, newspapers, photographs and oral history. Once it is done, a lot of it will be put up on the internet. The material which can not be uploaded on to the internet will go on the intranet in the library. We have only recently begun the implementation of our plans in connection with this after planning it out over the last three years. The catalogues of the library will also be made accessible online. The initial 3-4 months will be spent on some kind of a pilot study and then, a full range programme will be undertaken. Once it is running, it will become an ongoing process with additions as and when new material is added to the library.

We have partnered with many institutions for our latest programmes. Networking with NGOs, colleges and universities is extremely important as it widens our horizons and at the same time gives these institutions the sense of being part of NMML.  NMML is also picking up many environmental issues as topics for its programmes to increase awareness among children.

Bhoomika: How different do you think is this administrative job from your academic pursuits?

Prof. Mukherjee: I don't see myself as an administrator at all. If you've noticed, the kind of work we are undertaking at NMML requires more academic guidance than administrative guidance, e.g. we are revamping the museum to keep it abreast of the changing perceptions and international developments as far as India is concerned. The present museum was done up 40 years ago. At that point of time the issues that seemed to be important for highlighting may not be relevant today. We need to highlight different things today. We need to see Nehru in a different light today. This project is much more academic in nature and a purely administrative approach can ruin it.

Bhoomika: With so much on your platter, do you miss teaching?

Prof. Mukherjee: Well, I have never had the chance of missing teaching simply because I have been teaching all along. I joined NMML in August 2006. I finished the monsoon semester course I had already undertaken at JNU along with working for NMML. Research guidance has never really stopped. In fact two of my students are at the finishing stage of their Ph. D even as we talk about it. Then I have been regularly lecturing at programmes of NMML and the Academic Staff College in JNU. And apart from all this, I have been lecturing at programmes all over India and the world. As of now, I am thinking of offering a course in CHS. Teaching has never really stopped for me.

Bhoomika: What message would you like to give to the JNU community?

Prof. Mukherjee: We have built a great and unique institution which espouses excellence in standards of education, research and community living. We have to take care of all these components. Not a single one should decline. Excellence and egalitarianism have to be balanced. We should never give in to populist demands. Social justice and egalitarianism alongwith high academic standards must remain our enduring goals.


New Appointments

New Deans/Chairpersons/Director

  • Prof. Manjushree Chauhan, Chairperson, Centre for Japanese, Korean and North East Asian Studies, School of Language, Literature and Culture Studies.

  • Prof. Ajay Kumar Dubey, Chairperson, Centre for West Asian and African Studies, School of International Studies.

  • Prof. G.J.V. Prasad, Chairperson, Centre of English Studies, School of Language, Literature and Culture Studies.

  • Prof. Amita Singh, Chairperson, Centre for the Study of Law and Governance.

  • Prof. Sucheta Mahajan re-appointed as Chairperson, Archives on Contemporary History, School of Social Sciences.

  • Prof. Rajendra Dengle, Centre for German Studies, School of Language, Literature and Culture Studies, as Professor Incharge, Library.


  • Sh. Radhakrishna as Section Officer

  • Sh. Tek Chand as Assistant.

Retirements/Voluntary Retirements/ Resignations

  • Prof. P. C. Saxena, School of Computer and Systems Sciences.

  • Prof. Anil Bhatti, Centre of German Studies, School of Language, Literature and Culture Studies.

  • Prof. Dipankar Gupta, Centre for the Study of Social Systems, School of Social Sciences.

  • Dr. Navroz Kersi Dubash, Centre for the Study of Law and Governance

  • Dr. Aditi Sen De, School of Physical Sciences.
  • Sh. Satish Kumar, Section Officer, Dean's Office, School of Social Sciences

  • Sh. P. K. Bansal, Section Officer, Salary Section.

  • Smt. Usha Khera, Assistant, Salary Section.

  • Sh. Babu Varghese, Private Secretary, School of Physical Sciences

  • Sh. Chacko Mathai, Assistant Manager, JNUIAS.

  • Sh. Radhe Shyam Barthwal, Assistant, Admission Branch

  • Sh. Jagsoran, Assistant, Salary Section.

  • Sh. Badri Prasad, Motor Mechanic, Estate Branch

  • Sh. Gobind Ram, Auto Fitter, Engineering Branch


The Lecture on ‘Genetic Diversity in Indian Populations and its implications in health and disease’ published in the 2009 (2&3) issue of JNU News was delivered by Dr. Lalji Singh, Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology, Hyderabad.

Annual Yoga Training Camp  2009

The annual Yoga Training Camp was conducted by the Yoga Kendra, from May 15 to 30 June, 2009.  A total of 27 students successfully completed the course with Km. Rakhi, School of Language, Literature and Culture Studies topping the list.

During the valedictory function on 10 July, 2009 the Chief Guest Prof. Shankar Basu, Dean, School of Language, Literature and Culture Studies distributed the certificates to the successful candidate.  At the start Sh. Umesh Babu, Yoga Teacher introduced the Chief Guest and apprised the guests of the activities of the Yoga Kendra.

Damyanti V. Tambay 
Deputy Director, PE Sports Office



  • Prof. Kasturi Datta, School of Environmental Sciences have been bestowed UGC National Hari Om Ashram Trust Award Jagdish Chandra Bose Award for Life Sciences for the year 2005.

  • Prof. Vaishna Narang, Centre for Linguistics, School of Language, Literature and Culture Studies, has been appointed as a member of the Executive Council of the National Institute for the Visually Handicapped and is also a member of the Braille Council of India.

  • Prof. Kiran Chaudhary, Centre for French and Francophone Studies, School of Language, Literature and Culture Studies was conferred the prestigious French National Award Called "Officer dans 1’Ordre des Palmes Academiques" (Officer of the Order of Academic Palms) for her contribution to the promotion of French Language and Culture in India, in a formal ceremony held at the French Ambassador’s residence on 29 July, 2009. The Order of the Academic Palms is one of the oldest civil awards in the world. It was originally created by Napoleon in 1808 to honour eminent members of the Universities of France.

  • Dr. Seema Bathla, Centre for the Study of Regional Development, School of Social Sciences, has been awarded Jawaharlal Nehru Award for Post-Graduate Agricultural Research for the year 2008 for outstanding research in the field of Social Sciences.

  • Dr. Sanjay Bhardwaj, Centre for South Central Southeast Asian & Southwest Pacific Studies, School of International Studies has been awarded "Sir Ratan Tata Fellowship 2009-10" by London School of Economics and Political Science, London.
  • Al Gore trains people from the region at The Climate Project Asia - Pacific Summit 13 July 2009, JNU Student Irfan Ahmad was among 261 people trained by Mr. Al Gore at The Climate Project Asia Pacific Summit in Melbourne from July 11th - 13th .At the AP Summit Mr. Gore, Australian Conservation Foundation Executive Director Don Henry and eminent scientist Dr Graeme Pearman trained people from 19 countries, including Australia, Bangladesh, China, Fiji, India, Indonesia, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands. As a delegate Irfan was trained to communicate directly with his community in order to generate momentum for the best possible outcome at Copenhagen climate change UN negotiations in December this year. The AP Summit brought together people from the world's largest economies to smallest and most vulnerable island states. Many of these people are living in regions impacted by the climate crisis.



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dk;Z“kkyk dk cht Hkk’k.k nsrs gq, izks- ;ksxsUnz ;kno us dgk fd Hkkjrh; yksdra= dh okLrfod vlQyrk ;g ugha gS fd mldh i)fr ikjn”khZ ugha gS] ;k fQj turk vius er ds tfj;s ljdkj dks izHkkfor djus esa vlQy jgh gSA mldh okLrfod vlQyrk jktuhfrd izfrfuf/kRo esa c<+rs Hkz’Vkpkj] ernkrk vkSj pqus gq, izfrfuf/k;ksa ds chp c<+rh nwjh vkSj jktuhfrd izfrLi)kZ dks izHkkoh uhfr fuekZ.k ds fodYi esa u cny ikus esa fufgr gSA pqukoh lq/kkj dk ,tsaMk jktuhfrd dk;ZØeksa ds fuekZ.k vkSj ljdkjh uhfr;ksa ds fu/kkZj.k esa turk dh Hkkxhnkjh r; djus ls fu/kkZfjr gksxkA fdlh Hkh jktuhfrd lq/kkj dh ewyHkwr “krZ ;g gS fd og lfn;ksa ls misf{kr lkekftd lewgksa dh yksdrkaf=d izfØ;k esa Hkkxhnkjh dSls r; dj ikrk gSA blds fy, izks- ;ksxsUnz ;kno us ,d ^lIrinh* is”k dh] 1- pquko iz.kkyh ds orZeku ra= dks lqO;ofLFkr vkSj lfØ; cuk;k tk,] 2- izeq[k yksdrkaf=d laLFkkuksa ¼pquko vk;ksx vkfn½ dks etcwr cuk;k tk,] 3- pqus gq, izfrfuf/k;ksa ds :i esa lekt ds fofHkUu fgLlksa dh mi;qDr Hkkxhnkjh r; dh tk,] 4- fuokZfpr vkSj tokcnsg yksdrkaf=d laLFkkuksa dk egRo lqfuf”pr fd;k tk,] 5- jktuSfrd O;oLFkk ds fodsUnzhdj.k ij cy fn;k tk, vkSj pquko iz.kkyh dks NksVs iSekus ij lEiUu djk;k tk,] 6- lHkh izR;kf”k;ksa ds fy, lalk/kuksa dh lqyHkrk lqfuf”pr dh tk, vkSj 7- vke jk; cukus okys jktuhfrd lwpuk ra= dks yksdrkaf=d cuk;k tk,A izks- ;ksxsUnz ;kno us jktuhfr esa dkys/ku ds c<+rs izHkko dks jksdus ds fy, jktuhfr esa lQsn /ku dks ykus dh vko”;drk crkbZA mUgksaus lq>k;k fd pquko dk [kpZ jktdh; dks’k ls fy;k tkuk pkfg,] blls yksdra= dks O;kid Hkkxhnkjh okyk ra= cukus esa enn feysxhA

nwljs l= esa fofHkUu jktuhfrd nyksa vkSj lkekftd laxBuksa ls tqM+s gq, yksxksa us pquko lq/kkj ls lacaf/kr viuk i{k j[kkA ekdik ds tksxsUnj “kekZ us jktuhfrd nyksa dh viuh fopkj/kkjk ds izfr izfrc)rk esa vkbZ deh vkSj ^Qkbusal* vkSj ^fcx dSfiVy ds izfr c<+rs vkdZ’k.k ij fpark trkbZA mUgksaus dgk fd ehfM;k Hkh vius lkekftd ljksdkj Hkwy pqdk gSA lq/kkj ds uke ij ifCyd ehfVax] pquko izpkj vkSj foKkiu dks fu;af=r djus ds uke ij tks izfrca/k yxk;s x, gSa] os dqN fo”ks’k nyksa dh Hkkxhnkjh jksdus ds fy, gh fd;k x;k gSA lekt”kkL=h MkW- jatuk dqekjh us Hkkjrh; yksdra= dks vf/kd LFkkbZ vkSj lekos”kh cukus ds fy, blesa efgykvksa dh Hkkxhnkjh lqfuf”pr djus ij cy fn;kA mUgksaus efgyk vkj{k.k dk iqjtksj leFkZu djrs gq, dgk fd laln ds vanj efgykvksa dh mis{kk bl ckr ls gh tkfgj gS fd cglksa ls ysdj ctV esa [kpZ gksus okys iSls rd fdlh esa Hkh mudh Hkkxhnkjh ugha gSaA MkW- fjtoku dSlj us dgk fd misf{kr leqnk;ksa ds l”kDrhdj.k ds fy, O;ofLFkr o O;kid dk;ZØe dh t:jr gSA blds fcuk pquko lq/kkj lRrk ds ,dkf/kdkj dk gh elyk cudj jg tk,xkA jktuSfrd lq/kkj ds vHkko esa pquko lq/kkj u rks izklafxd gS vkSj u gh mi;ksxhA Hkkjrh; turk ikVhZ ds usrk MkW- egs”k panz “kekZ us dgk fd ge bl ra= esa pquko ds ek/;e ls tSlk ^buiqV nsaxs] laln vkSj fo/kkulHkkvksa ds :i esa oSlk gh ^vkmViqV* feysxkA fl)karghu ernku] tkfrxr vk/kkj ;k /kfeZd ,dhdj.k dHkh Hkh lS)kafrd jktuhfr dk fuekZ.k ugha dj ldrkA lektoknh ikVhZ ds iwoZ lkaln Jh eksgu flag us ppkZ dks vkxs c<+krs gq, dg fd ;g lp ugha gS fd pqukoksa esa gksus okyh /kka/kyh vc gh “kq: gqbZ gS] 1952 ds pquko esa gh blds izek.k feyrs gSaA igys vijk/kh vkSj O;ikjh pquko thrus esa lgk;rk djrs Fks] vc os Lo;a gh pquko yM+ jgs gSaA tfLVl Mh-,l- rsokfr;k us dgk fd jktuhfrd ny ikfjokfjd izfr'Bku cu x, gSa vkSj vke turk ls nwj gks x, gSaA pquko vk;ksx dh vkn”kZ lafgrk ds vk/kkj ij jktuSfrd ny [kqn gh lq/kkj vkSj ifjorZu yk ldrs gSa] ,slk u gksus ij mUgsa ekU;rk ugha nh tkuh pkfg,A Hkkjrh; tulapkj laLFkku ds MkW- vkuan iz/kku us dg fd okLro esa jktuSfrd lq/kkjksa dh izfØ;k tukanksyuksa ls gh laHko gSA bldk dksbZ Hkh lek/kku VsDLV cqd ;k lsfeukj ls ugha fudy ldrkA tukanksyu gh pquko dk jkLrk [kksysaxs vkSj yksdra= ds uke ij pyus okys [ksy dks csinkZ Hkh djsaxsA lekt“kkL=h MkW- foosd dqekj us dgk fd okLro esa lekt ds pfj= ds vk/kkj ij jktuhfr dk fu/kkZj.k gksrk gSA vxj lekt vyksdrkaf=d vkSj vfodflr gS rks jktuhfr Hkh ,slh gh gksus ds fy, ck/; gSA vHkh nfyr jktuhfr ds :i lckYVuZ mHkkj fn[k jgk gSA Nk= usrk lanhi flag us dgk fd iwathoknh ra= ds vanj yksdra= dke ugha dj ldrk D;ksafd bl ra= dh yksdra= ds izfr dksbZ vkLFkk ;k izfrc)rk ugha gSA pquko lq/kkj ij dh xbZ dksbZ gokbZ dYiuk vi;kZIr vkSj vizHkkoh gksxh] tc rd fd mlesa lekt ds ncs&dqpys o misf{kr leqnk;ksa dh Hkkxhnkjh ij /;ku ugha fn;k tk,xkA Nk= usrk g’kZ us Hkh viuh ckr j[khA

rhljs l= esa vf/kDdrk lat; ikfj[k us pquko lq/kkj laca/kh izeq[k lafo/kku la”kks/kuksa vkSj dkuwuh QSlyksa dk C;kSjk fn;kA mUgksaus mEehnokj }kjk laifÙk rFkk vkijkf/kd C;kSjksa dks lkoZtfud djus ds dkuwu dks vkSj vf/kd izHkkoh cukus dh t:jr ij cy fn;kA lkFk gh mUgksaus xqIr udkjkRed ernku *uksVk* dh vko”;drk rFkk mldks ykxw djokus laca/kh lq>ko Hkh fn,A Jh jfofdj.k tSu us laln dh xkS.k gksrh Hkwfedk ij fpark trkrs gq, dgk fd vc fo”o cSad] fo”o O;kikj laxBu vkSj varjkZ’Vªh; eqnzk dks’k tSls laLFkku bl O;oLFkk esa funsZ”kd rRo dh Hkwfedk fuHkk jgs gSaA Jh tSu us iapk;rh jkt O;oLFkk dks vkSj vf/kd etcwr djus ij cy fn;kA lqJh jk/kk HkV~V us dgk fd pquko lq/kkj ls igys yksdra= esa lq/kkj t:jh gSA pquko esa izR;k”kh ikVhZ dh txg yksxksa }kjk r; fd;k tkuk pkfg,A ;gh izfØ;k vkxs ds Lrkjksa ij gksuh pkfg,A *yksd mEehnokj* dh oQknkjh turk ds izfr gh gksxhA xka/khoknh fopkjksa esa yksdra= ds lQy lapkyu dh laHkkouk,a gSaA MkW- izseflag us pquko dh ,d O;kOkgkfjd leL;kvksa ij fopkj djrs gq, dgk fd cMh ikfVZ;ksa ds lalk/kuksa ds eqdkcyss NksVh ikfVZ;ka vkSj Lora= izR;k”kh dgha ugha BgjrsA vYila[;d ernkrk Hkkjr esa Mjk gqvk ernkrk gS] ftlls yksdra= dh izfØ;k leL;kxzLr gks tkrh gSA ehfM;k esa Hkz’Vkpkj QSyk gS vkSj ;g bl ckj ds *izpkj iSdt* ls Li’V gSA mM+hlk ds ;qok lektoknh Jh fyaxjkt us dgk fd laifÙk vkSj vkijkf/kd ekeyksa ds “kiFk&i= dks vke vkneh viuh dlkSVh ugha cuk ik jgk gSA ernku djrs oDr yksx “kfä dsUnzksa dk /;ku j[krs gSaA bl rdZ ls mcjus dh t:jr gSA iwoZ iqfyl vf/kdkjh ,l-vkj- nkjkiqjh us dgk fd pquko izfØ;k essa jkT; e”khujh dh Hkwfedk fu’Ik{k ugha gksrhA ukekadu ls gh mldh Hkwfedk “kq: gks tkrh gSA rduhdh vk/kkj ij dbZ izR;kf”k;ksa dk ukekadu jí dj fn;k tkrk gSA bl e”khujh dks fu’i{k cukus dh t:jr gSA fo/kkulHkkvksa vkSj laln dk pquko lkFk&lkFk djokuk pkfg, ftlls fd dksbZ Hkh ny ;k ljdkj bl e”khujh dk nq#i;ksx u dj lds ofj’B i=dkj ,u-vkj- eksgUrh us dgk fd NksVs nyksa dk mHkjuk Loxkr ;ksX; gSA ge ;g lqfuf”pr djsa fd iapk;r] ft+yk] izns”k vkSj dsUnz lHkh Lrkjksa ij lh/ks&lh/ks yksxksa }kjk pqus gq, izfrfuf/k dh lRrk dk lapkyu djsaA yksdra= esa “kfä;ksa ds i`FkDdj.k~ dh egRoiw.kZ Hkqfedk gSA Jh vo/ks”k dqekj us dgk fd lq/kkj dk vFkZ ;g gS fd O;oLFkk dks vklku ls vklku cuk fn;k tk, tcfd gks ;g jgk gS fd vke vkneh ds fy, O;oLFkk tfVy ls tfVyrj gksrh tk jgh gSA xka/khth dh lykg Fkh fd xkao ds yksx feydj ,d izfrfuf/k pqus] og vkxs ds izfrfuf/k dks fuokZfpr djs vkSj ;g izfØ;k pyrh tk,A yksdra= dk ;g csgrj ekWMy gSA i=dkj fgeka”kq >k us dgk fd ;g fpark dk fo’k; gS fd yksdra= vf/kd foLr`r] O;kid vkSj lekos”kh ugha cu ik;k gSA ge turk dks bl ckr ds fy, le>kosa fd og tufgr ds eqíksa ij gh oksV nsa] HkkoukRed eqíksa ;k ykyp ds vk/kkj ij ughaA Jh lquhy us dk;Z”kkyk esa yksdrkaf=d lq/kkjksa ds fy, vk, lHkh lq>koksa dks *rkRdkfyd* vkSj *nh?kZdkfyd* esa foHkkftr djus dh lykg nhA lkFk gh mUgksaus dgk fd gesa fodsUnzhdj.k ds ckjs esa xaHkhjrk ls lkspuk gksxkA ft+yk Hkh yksdrakf=d iz.kkyh dk ,d Lrj gks ldrk gS vkSj jkstejkZ ls lacaf/kr lkjs vf/kdkj buds ikl gksus pkfg,A

dk;Z”kkyk ds vafre l= essa xr rhu l=ksa dh ckrphr ds vk/kkj ij fudys fu’d’kksZa rFkk vkxs dh j.kuhfr ds ckjs esa fopkj fd;k x;kA izks- ;ksxsUnz ;kno us fofHkUu lokyksa ds tkoc Hkh fn,A izks- vkuan dqekj us bl lkjh cgl dk vke lgefr ds fcanqvksa ds vk/kkj ij ,d nLrkost+ rS;kj djus vkSj mlds ek/;ke ls bl cgl dks vkxs c<+kus dk fopkj j[kkA

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