Sunday, June 4, 2000,
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THE TRIBUNE SPECIALS
50 YEARS OF INDEPENDENCE

TERCENTENARY CELEBRATIONS
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N A T I O N

Khursheed likely to stay
NEW DELHI, June 3 — Notwithstanding the campaign by a section of party leaders in the Uttar Pradesh Congress against the current PCC chief, Mr Salman Khursheed, the party’s high command is unlikely to yield to the demand for his removal.

Boys surpass girls for second year
NEW DELHI, June 3 — Boys outscored girls for the second consecutive year in the All-India Secondary School Examination, results of which were declared by the Central Board of Secondary Education here today.

Sonia meets Laloo, Rabri
PATNA, June 3 — Congress President, Sonia Gandhi, today met RJD supremo, Laloo Prasad Yadav, and Chief Minister, Rabri Devi, to discuss the situation arising out of the move to create a separate tribal state out of Bihar.

RJD chief Laloo Prasad Yadav and Bihar Chief Minister Rabri Devi welcome Congress President Sonia Gandhi at Patna airport on Saturday
RJD chief Laloo Prasad Yadav and Bihar Chief Minister Rabri Devi welcome Congress President Sonia Gandhi at Patna airport on Saturday. — PTI photo

‘Senior managers commit most frauds’
NEW DELHI, June 3 — Senior managers working in a company for many years commit most frauds, said a study based on the evidence provided by senior executives in 739 organisations from 15 countries, including 101 from India.

Order against Sanjay Trust quashed
NEW DELHI, June 3 — Union Urban Development Ministry’s order revoking the licence of a bungalow allotted to the Sanjay Gandhi Memorial Trust has been quashed by a city court saying that the Estate Officer was not empowered to take a decision in this regard.

Plan panel to act as interface
NEW DELHI, June 3 — Voluntary efforts towards development will be coordinated through the Planning Commission which has been designated as the nodal agency to act as an interface between the government and voluntary agencies.

Samiti demands Prabhakar’s arrest
NEW DELHI, June 3 — The Uttarakhand Sanyukta Sangharsh Samiti has demanded the arrest of former test cricketer Manoj Prabhakar for allegedly defrauding the people to the tune of Rs 50 crore through his chit fund company.


Mumbai: Former filmstar Rajesh Khanna being felicitated by his ex-wife and actress Dimple Kapadia on his entry into television in the serial "Batwara"
Former filmstar Rajesh Khanna being felicitated in Mumbai by his ex-wife and actress Dimple Kapadia on his entry into television in the serial "Batwara". — PTI photo

EARLIER STORIES
 
Malayalam superstar Mammooty offers a bouquet in Chennai to Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi who turned 77 on Saturday
Malayalam superstar Mammooty offers a bouquet in Chennai to Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi who turned 77 on Saturday. — PTI photo
Celebration time for Karunanidhi
CHENNAI, June 3 — Forget the pinpricks from his NDA coalition partners — the MDMK and PMK — over the Sri Lankan ethnic crisis, it is celebration time for the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, Mr M. Karunanidhi. He turned 77 today and his colleagues and party workers vied with each other in their accolades for the undisputed leader of the DMK.

Major-Gen P.M. Awasthi
NEW DELHI, June 3 — Major-Gen P.M. Awasthi had taken over as Additional Director-General of Army Dental Corps, and official press note said today.

Stone age tools over Buddha relic unearthed
PATNA, June 3 — An ancient Buddhist ‘stupa’ (dome shaped structure) has been discovered along with stone age tools in a Bihar city, pushing back the history of the place to 200,000 years.

Southwest monsoon advances
PUNE, June 3 — Southwest monsoon has advanced into the rest of coastal Karnataka, Rayalseema and some parts of Andhra Pradesh. Conditions are favourable for the further advancement of southwest monsoon in south Konkan and Goa, south Madhya Maharashtra, north interior Karnataka and some parts of Andhra Pradesh within the next two to three days.
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Khursheed likely to stay
From K.V. Prasad
Tribune News Service

NEW DELHI, June 3 — Notwithstanding the campaign by a section of party leaders in the Uttar Pradesh Congress against the current PCC chief, Mr Salman Khursheed, the party’s high command is unlikely to yield to the demand for his removal.

While acknowledging that all was not well in the UP Congress, sources close to the Congress President, Mrs Sonia Gandhi, were of the view that there was little justification in the demand by the section led by Mr Jitendra Prasada.

Mr Prasada, MP from Shahjahanpur, and member of the Congress Working Committee, has addressed two rallies in which he has been critical of the style of functioning of Mr Khursheed.

The party’s central leadership is credited with the view that the move of Mr Prasada was not justified especially after he had led the UP Congress before Mr Khursheed took over the baton.

"What did he do when he had an opportunity (as chief of the UPCC)’’, a senior leader said in response to the constant reminder from Mr Prasada that the workers’ views should be heard patiently and their advice followed.

The results of the last Lok Sabha elections where the Congress managed to win 10 of the 85 seats is considered a major achievement.

However, there is a view that the Congress was not able to gear up to the challenge and prepare for elections that are due to be held next year.

With reports that the BJP-led Ram Prakash government in UP is losing popularity, other parties in the state, including the Samajwadi Party and the Bahujan Samaj Party, are gearing up for the poll.

Although the UP electorate has been voting along caste lines, there is a viewpoint that the Congress can still regain lost ground under proper leadership.

Mr Khursheed, according to the dissidents, has lost the initiative and unless the party high command changed the leadership, the Congress may end up at the fourth or the fifth place once again.

Yet, a section in the party, including Mr Khursheed, see the move as a battle for the control of the Uttar Pradesh Congress ahead of organisational poll due this year.

The party is in the midst of conducting organisational elections which will conclude by November 1 with the election of the Congress President.

The real control, this section feels, is to elect the AICC and PCC delegates who comprise the electoral college which elects the Congress Working Committee and the party chief.

The AICC returns some 1,100 delegates which is a substantial chunk and prospective CWC aspirants can ill-afford to ignore the voters from the Uttar Pradesh Congress.

Meanwhile, the Congress President is understood to be seized of the infighting in the Punjab and Haryana units of the party.

The Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee is currently witnessing a tussle between the chief, Capt Amarinder Singh, and former Chief Minister Rajinder Kaur Bhattal. In neighbouring Haryana, there are serious difference between the CLP leader, Mr Bhajan Lal, and the HPCC President Mr Bhupinder Singh Hooda.

Apparently the Congress President is awaiting the recovery of AICC General Secretary Moti Lal Vora, in charge of party affairs in these states who is recovering after a surgery, to settle the dispute.Top

 

Boys surpass girls for second year

NEW DELHI, June 3 (PTI) — Boys outscored girls for the second consecutive year in the All-India Secondary School Examination, results of which were declared by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) here today.

The results also showed an increase of 1 per cent in the overall pass percentage as compared to last year’s results. While the pass percentage in 1999 was 64.4, this year it was 65.4 per cent.

A total of 4,79,591 candidates were registered for the examination, which was an increase of about 6.5 per cent over last year.

Boys, who registered a pass percentage of 64.6 last year against 64 per cent of the girls, maintained their record scoring 65.6 per cent this year, but were closely followed by the girls at 65.1 per cent.

However, girls notched better pass percentage vis--vis boys in Delhi, Ajmer, Chandigarh and Allahabad.

The pass percentage of regular students stood at 70.9 per cent as compared to 29.6 of the private and correspondence candidates.

With 83.8 per cent, Ajmer region topped other regions in overall pass percentage. The number of students placed in compartment also showed a sharp increase from 15.4 in 1999 to 23.1 this year.

The pass percentage of candidates from government and government-aided schools increased from 33.9 per cent in 1999 to 37.9 this year and 54 per cent in 1999 to 54.4 per cent this year, respectively.

In the overall pass percentage, Ajmer with 83.3 percent was followed by Chennai (81.8), Allahabad (79), Chandigarh (78), Delhi (48.8) and Guwahati (42.7).

The number of unfair means detected during the year also went up from 74 in 1999 to 139 this year, with 108 cases reported from the capital alone.

For the first time, the results were made available to schools and individuals on the E-mail and on the Internet.

Candidates failing in two subjects were allowed to appear in compartment examination for the first time.

Another first this year would be the issuance of two certificates — a qualifying certificate based on external evaluation done by the CBSE and another based on continuous comprehensive evaluation (CCE) of the student, under the direction of the board.

CBSE Chairman Ashok Ganguly today said training of teachers and streamlining of curriculum were essential to improve the performance of students in secondary and senior secondary school examinations across the country.Top

 

Sonia meets Laloo, Rabri

PATNA, June 3 (PTI, UNI) — Congress President, Sonia Gandhi, today met RJD supremo, Laloo Prasad Yadav, and Chief Minister, Rabri Devi, to discuss the situation arising out of the move to create a separate tribal state out of Bihar.

Ms Gandhi, who arrived at the Patna airport here by a special plane, had a nearly half-an-hour meeting with the duo at the VIP lounge.

Emerging out of the meeting, the RJD president declined to spell out the details of the discussion, saying, "We have discussed a lot of things."

Earlier, Ms Gandhi was received at the Patna airport by Mr Yadav and the Chief Minister besides Bihar Assembly Speaker, Sadanand Singh, state minister, Shakeel Ahmed, BPCC general secretary, Premchandra Mishra, and former Bihar Speaker, Radhanandan Jha.

Meanwhile, Mrs Sonia Gandhi said here on Saturday that the Congress would exert pressure on the Centre to ensure a special economic package for the rest of Bihar at the time of passage of the Bihar Reorganisation Bill, 2000.

Ms Gandhi, shared her concern with the party leaders. She said the problems arising in the aftermath of the bifurcation of Bihar had to be viewed seriously and remedial measures needed to be taken at right earnest.

State Assembly Speaker Sadanand Singh, and others apprised her of the performance of the government and problems within the organisation.

The leaders reportedly gave an account of the dismal law and order situation in the state and the grave consequences following the delayed panchayat elections. They also informed her about the possible financial condition of the rest of Bihar after its division.

Earlier, party General Secretary apprised her of the massacres, especially killings of Dalits and exploitation of downtrodden, all over the state. He said the Dalits who were the vote bank of the party were gripped with a sense of fear and their life and property was not safe.

She later flew to Dhanbad to address a public meeting.Top

 

Celebration time for Karunanidhi
From A.Balu

CHENNAI, June 3 — Forget the pinpricks from his NDA coalition partners — the MDMK and PMK — over the Sri Lankan ethnic crisis, it is celebration time for the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, Mr M. Karunanidhi. He turned 77 today and his colleagues and party workers vied with each other in their accolades for the undisputed leader of the DMK.

Probably no other chief minister in the country enjoys the admiration and hero worship from the people as does Mr Karunanidhi. "At present there are only two leaders in the country, Vajpayee in the North and Karunanidhi in the South" a speaker at a birthday function declared yesterday. It is an exaggeration, admirers of the widely popular Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, Mr Chandrababu Naidu, may like to retort, and followers of the AIADMK leader, Ms Jayalalitha, may like to enter a caveat, but there is no gainsaying the fact that at the moment, Mr Karunanidhi will win hands down in a popularity contest.

The birthday of Mr Karunanidhi was being celebrated in different parts of the state with pomp and frenzy. Singara (beautiful) Chennai may be a pipedream, but Panagal Park, the venue of a function later this evening in a suburb, has overnight taken a new look with clean surroundings. Billboards of the DMK leader have been erected on the adjacent pavements, and a ‘mandapam’, similar to that in South Indian temples has been erected. Power may trip elsewhere in the city, but the organisers have ensured that the evening function will glow through scores of halogen lamps and tubelights.Top

 

‘Senior managers commit most frauds’
Tribune News Service

NEW DELHI, June 3 — Senior managers working in a company for many years commit most frauds, said a study based on the evidence provided by senior executives in 739 organisations from 15 countries, including 101 from India.

The study found that "82 per cent of the frauds were committed by employees and one third by those in senior management positions. Nearly half of the employees involved in frauds had been in the organisation for more than five years and almost one third for more than 10 years".

The global study has been jointly conducted by international consultancy firm Ernst and Young and Prof Michael Levi from Cardiff University, USA.

"Almost a third (frauds) were committed by management. Of greater concern is that many of these managers are probably charged with operating fraud control and checks", the study said.

Computer related frauds were listed by many respondents as the greatest threat. Almost 60 per cent of the respondents feared that such frauds were likely or very likely to occur.

The chairman of Ernst and Young, Mr K.N. Memani, said "computer related frauds and frauds being committed by people in managerial position are becoming a major threat for organisations in India.

The prosecution rate, the study found was dismal. Only 38 per cent of perpetrators who had committed the worst fraud suffered by each organisation were prosecuted and 28 per cent were dismissed and one third remained unpunished.

Manipulation of data records held on a computer to disguise the true nature of a transaction, hacking into an organisation’s computer system to steal or manipulate organisation information, manipulation of computer programmes to disguise the true nature of a transaction and unauthorised transfer of funds electronically, were the kind of computer related frauds identified by the respondents, the study said.

"Only just over a quarter of respondents consider use of their own organisation’s hardware/software for personal use to be computer fraud", the study said.

The study found that "only four out of 10 respondents consider that unauthorised or improper use of access to the Internet constitutes computer fraud, although almost two thirds of high technology organisations consider this to be computer fraud and 82 per cent think it is likely or very likely to occur".

"What is even more startling is that they are not learning from their mistakes once a fraud has been committed. This problem is compounded by the fact that frauds are no longer restricted to one company or one country but in the new connected economy, it is cross-border and in many cases, global", the study observed.Top

 

Order against Sanjay Trust quashed

NEW DELHI, June 3 (PTI) — Union Urban Development Ministry’s order revoking the licence of a bungalow allotted to the Sanjay Gandhi Memorial Trust has been quashed by a city court saying that the Estate Officer was not empowered to take a decision in this regard.

"The Estate Officer was not empowered to revoke the licence granted to the trust during the period of its subsistence. In the result I set aside the order passed by him", Additional District Magistrate J.M. Malik in his recent order on a plea by the trust said.

The court further said the guidelines framed by Estate Office of the Urban Affairs Ministry had clearly specified that the licence granted to the private organisations would be valid up to the end of the current allotment period.

The Estate Office had on February 22, 1998, issued the order for eviction of the 12-Wellingdon Crescent bungalow by the trust, though the allotment period was up to May 8, 1999, the trust claimed.

Since Supreme Court had provided for a five per cent quota of government houses to deserving NGOs and others, the trust felt there was no reason for the government not to consider its case as a genuine claimant of this benefit.

The trust, which was carrying on various charitable programmes, had been using the government bungalow only for office purpose since its inception 20 years ago.

The trust, apart from running the Sanjay Gandhi Hospital in Amethi (Uttar Pradesh) has been involved in various social activities, it said.Top

 

Plan panel to act as interface
Tribune News Service

NEW DELHI, June 3 — Voluntary efforts towards development will be coordinated through the Planning Commission which has been designated as the nodal agency to act as an interface between the government and voluntary agencies.

Stating this at a meeting of the joint collaborative machinery here today, the Planning Commission Deputy Chairman, Mr K.C. Pant, also asked the states to set up a similar body.

Mr Pant informed that the Union Home Ministry was working out a procedure to simply the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act.

He said the government was aware of the significant contribution made by voluntary organisations in various departmental activities and was also confident of their role in the balanced development of society, an official release said.

The joint collaborative machinery involves main ministries and departments of the Government of India connected with the voluntary sector.

The meeting also adopted decisions taken by the Committee of Secretaries recently through which a standing committee of secretaries on voluntary organisations would be constituted to coordinate and review various issues related to non-governmental and voluntary organisations.

A four-member committee under the chairmanship of Mr Anna Hazare was set up to go into the issues of coordination among funding bodies/ministry/departments for uniform funding practices, funding restrictions/grading of voluntary organisations, problem of delay in release of funds and transparency and accountability in both government and voluntary organisations.

On voluntary organisations’ demand for changes in law that govern them, specially in the case of the Societies Registration Act, the Income Tax and Foreign Contribution Regulation Act, it was agreed that there was need for simplification of laws.Top

 

Major-Gen P.M. Awasthi
Tribune News Service

NEW DELHI, June 3 — Major-Gen P.M. Awasthi had taken over as Additional Director-General of Army Dental Corps, and official press note said today.

He was a Commissioner in Army Dental Corps on January 24, 1963. During his long-chequered career he was Corps Dental Adviser of a strike corps, Senior Adviser Oral and Maxillo Surgery, Commandant, Armed Forces Dental Clinics, New Delhi, and Professor and Head, Dental Department, Armed Forces Medical College, Pune.

He is a recipient of a Vishisht Sewa Medal, Chief of the Army Staff’s commendation and certificate of merit from Dr A.P.J. Abdul Kalam. He was a former president of the Association of Oral and Maxillo-Fatial Surgeons of India. Before his present appointment, he was Command Dental Adviser, Central Command, Lucknow.Top

 

Samiti demands Prabhakar’s arrest

NEW DELHI, June 3 (UNI) — The Uttarakhand Sanyukta Sangharsh Samiti has demanded the arrest of former test cricketer Manoj Prabhakar for allegedly defrauding the people to the tune of Rs 50 crore through his chit fund company.

In a statement, central coordinator of the samiti Dhirendra Pratap demanded a CBI inquiry into the Apes Company scandal in which about Rs 50 crore had been collected from people of the region in the name of the fake financial company. The Prabhakar is one of the directors of the company.Top

 

Stone age tools over Buddha relic unearthed

PATNA, June 3 — An ancient Buddhist ‘stupa’ (dome shaped structure) has been discovered along with stone age tools in a Bihar city, pushing back the history of the place to 200,000 years.

The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) unearthed the brick stupa, believed to have been built over a relic of Lord Buddha in the pre-Mauryan period between 491 and 459 B.C., in Rajgir city in central Bihar.

The ASI, in the course of the same excavation, also discovered "paleolithic (early stone age) tools" which indicate that Rajgir has a history of 200,000 years and was one of "ancient cradles of human civilisation where people lived and wandered, fighting wild animals, killing them with stone tools for food and even sometimes getting themselves killed by the animals," excavators said.

Excavators at the site suspect the relic of the Buddha in the stupa, believed to have been built by King Ajatshatru, might have gone under railway tracks because the railroad authorities had decided to level a mound in the area for a project. However, they said, the Railways had agreed to shelve the project.

The discovery of the stupa puts at rest the controversy over the possible site of the Buddhist structure. Various historians had pinpointed different areas in Rajgir as the probable site of the ‘stupa’.

Muhammed K.K., superintending Archaeologist of the ASI’s Patna unit, said most of the authors identified a stone structure in the northern part of the city as the stupa.

The historians’ contention, he said, seemed not to be based on any evidence as the very description of the stupa in the ‘Atta Katha’ text said it was made of brick, not stone, and was located in the southwestern part of Rajgir.

"The fact that the site of the stupa is on the southwestern side of the city and that it is made of brick lends credence to the latest identification," Muhammed K.K. said. "Therefore the stone structure identified in the northern side of the city is not the actual relic stupa of Buddha," he added.

The ASI, he said, had started constructing a wall around the newly discovered Buddhist stupa to preserve and protect it.

The excavators have dug out a mound in the southwestern part of Rajgir. They also spotted on the second terrace of the stupa a structure similar to the one described in ‘Jivakamravana,’ a text by Buddha’s disciple Jivak.

The new archaeological findings also prove that in the ancient period Rajgir was known as Brihadrathaputram after king Brihadrath who founded a dynasty in Magadh to which the great warrior king Jarasandha belonged. Jarasandha was killed by Bhima, a key character in the Hindu epic ‘Mahabharata,’ in a fierce battle in Rajgir. — India Abroad News ServiceTop

 

Southwest monsoon advances

PUNE, June 3 (UNI) — Southwest monsoon has advanced into the rest of coastal Karnataka, Rayalseema and some parts of Andhra Pradesh. Conditions are favourable for the further advancement of southwest monsoon in south Konkan and Goa, south Madhya Maharashtra, north interior Karnataka and some parts of Andhra Pradesh within the next two to three days.

Heavy rainfall is likely to occur at isolated places in Andaman and Nicobar Islands, south Konkan and Goa, coastal Karnataka, Kerala and Lakshadweep during the next 48 hours.

Rain or thundershowers are likely to occur at most places in Andaman and Nicobar Islands, coastal Karnataka, Kerala and Lakshadweep, at many places in Konkan, Goa, Andhra Pradesh and interior Karnataka, at a few places in sub-Himalayan West Bengal and Sikkim, south Madhya Maharashtra, Marathwada and Tamil Nadu and at isolated places over the rest of the country outside south Rajasthan, north Gujarat, Saurashtra and Kutch where weather will be mainly dry.

Rain or thundershowers have occurred at most places in coastal Karnataka, at many places in Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Konkan, Goa and Kerala, at a few places in Bihar plateau, Madhya Maharashtra, Vidarbha.Top

 
NATIONAL BRIEFS

ACC cadets’ convocation held
DEHRA DUN: The convocation ceremony for the cadets of the Army Cadets College (ACC) was held at the heloed Chetwode Hall of the Indian Military Academy (IMA) here on Saturday. Thirtyone cadets from the humanities and science stream graduated. The cadets, after getting a bachelor’s degree from Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), will now move to the main campus of the IMA. — UNI

Farmer digs up 10 kg pot of gold
MUZAFFARNAGAR: A farmer struck a pot of gold weighing 10 kg while digging his fields at Mandi village in this district but his happiness was shortlived as the police moved in and recovered it, a senior police official said on Saturday. Anil Kumar was digging his fields when a pot of 10 kg of gold valued at Rs 40 lakh appeared, Senior Superintendent of Police Ashutosh Pandey told newsmen. — PTI

Toxic gas kills 6 inside well
JAIPUR: Six persons were killed when they descended into a well to repair a motor pump in Dholpur district, the police said here on Saturday. The incident occurred on Friday afternoon in Beelpur village when a man who had descended into the well to pull out a motor pump for repair, did not respond to calls from above. Five men descended into the well to look for the man and fell victim to the poisonous gas, police said. — PTI

6 die as jeep falls into gorge
GANGTOK: Six persons were killed and seven injured when a jeep ferrying them fell into a 160- metre-deep gorge near Tharpu in West Sikkim district, official sources said on Saturday. The injured were admitted to Namchi hospital where the condition of two was stated to be critical, they added. The accident occurred on Thursday evening. — PTI

NLFT frees six passengers
AGARTALA: Insurgents of the banned National Liberation Front of Tripura (NLFT) released six of the 10 abducted passengers and kidnapped three non-tribals in different incidents in the state, the police said here on Saturday. NLFT militants released six passengers unhurt from their captivity last night under the Nutanbazar police station area of South Tripura district. — PTI

Nod to Rajasthan atomic project
NEW DELHI: The Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB) has authorised the Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL) to operate unit-3 of the Rajasthan Atomic Power Project (RAPP-3) at full power for 90 days, in the first instance. — UNI

Parole period for prisoners raised
CALCUTTA: The West Bengal Government has increased the maximum duration of parole for convicts to 10 months, according to Minister for Social Welfare and Jails Biswanath Chowdhury. A convict will have to serve between 16 and 20 years of term to be eligible for the maximum duration of parole, while he can avail 30 days’ parole after serving term for at least 14 years, Chowdhury told reporters here on Friday. — PTI

N-plant in forest opposed
CALCUTTA: The installation of a nuclear power plant in the world heritage forest of Sunderhans posed the threat of an environment disaster, according to environmentalists. Objecting to the plan, Ganatantrik Nagarik Samity, Howrah, a non-governmental organisation working for environment protection in West Bengal, said it should be treated as a violation of the Fundamental Right (Article 21), ensuring protection to life. — UNI

Tara Punjabi goes on air
NEW DELHI: India’s fourth satellite television channel exclusively catering to the Punjabi viewers, Tara Punjabi, has started beaming over Indian skies a day after the launch of TARA Gujarati. The launch on Friday night was followed by a grand party which was attended among others by film personalities Mahesh Bhatt, Tanuja Chandra, Neena Gupta, Priti Sapru, Girija Shankar, Kiran Joneja. — UNITop

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