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  • 2 Lucknow, June 11, 2011 SUSUHospitals

    Balrampur -0522-224040KGMC -0522-265224, 268756Vivekananda-0522-321277Queens Mary-0522- 266007, 2258564Gandhi Memorial and Associated Hospitals(Medical College)-Vice Chancellor-PBX-0522-2257450, 2257451Noor Manzil Psychiatric Clinic-0522-2623967, 2282491Trauma Center-0522-2258426Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital-0522-2720399,2720369, 2720456Duffrin Hospital-0522-220051Civil Hospital-0522-2239007

    Airlines

    State Airline Sevices-0522-436504,222911,437565,435780Air India City Office-0522-2624618Toll Free No.-1800-180-1407, 1800-227-722Indian Airlines Airport-0522-436327, 436132Chaudhay Charan Singh Amausi Airport-0522-436793JetLite Airport-0522-437771, 436188Indigo Airlines-0522-2209643, 22049644

    Railways

    Enquiry-135, 0522-635481Northern Railways Charbagh-0522-2385182Computerized Reservation-13351330Public Complaint-0522-22177911Station Master (NR)-0522-2456380Station Master (NER)-0522-2456303 FareEnquiry-0551-155210

    Roadways

    Charbagh Bus Stand-0522-434009, 450988Kaiserbagh Bus Stand-0522-2622503Alambagh Bus Stand (A.C)-9415049750Alambagh Bus Stand (Ordinary)-0522-2458096Awadh Bus Stand (Gomti Nagar)-05222622427

    Fire Station

    Alambagh- 0522-455555Indira Nagar-0522-3488100Bakshi Ka Talab-0522-312222P.G.I-0522-440000Chowk-0522-253100Hazaratganj-0522-21444444, 222222

    Police Help - Police- 100

    Electricity

    Electric Helpline Emergencies-1800-180-8752Control Room-0522-229347LESA No.-0522-220934

    SubstationsGomtinagar-0522-2393433Indira Nagar (sec-21)-0522-2716450Indira Nagar-0522-2712743Ashiyana-0522-2423756Alambagh-0522-2471202Kapoorthala-0522-2326898Jankipuram-0522-2361246Aliganj-0522-2321934Lalbagh-0522-2200622

    Jal Sansthan

    Main Control Room-9838202526Lalbagh Nagar Nigam Office-0522-2620196Aishbagh Compound Jal Sansthan Office-0522-2268917Sector b-Aliganj-0522-2322424Alambagh Chandernagar-0522-2726265Indira Nagar (A block behind ConventionCenter)-0522-2346858Rajajipuram (C block Pani ki Tanki) 0522-2418350

    Sunday3:00AM Jwaala Daku4:30AM Arpan8:30AM Dil To Pagal Hai12:00PM Dil Bole Hadippa4:00PM Aamdani Atthanni KharchaRupaiya8:00PM Kaamchor

    Monday12:00AM Buddha Mar Gaya3:00AM Love in Japan5:30AM Dance Dance8:30AM Adventures of Tarzan12:00PM Naya Jigar4:00PM Good Boy, Bad Boy8:00PM Tezaab

    Tuesday12:00AM Kis Kis Ki Kismat3:00AM Apne Apne5:30AM Khubsoorat8:30AM Judwaa12:00PM Bichhoo4:00PM Angrakshak8:00PM Sainik

    Wednesday12:00AM Ghulami3:00AM Jurm5:30AM Haath Ki Safai8:30AM Pyar Ke Naam Qurban12:00PM Dil4:00PM Rajaji8:00PM Yaarana

    Thuesday12:00AM Yeh Kaisa Karz3:00AM Classic Dance of Love5:30AM Bepanaah8:30AM Ek Jwalamukhi12:00PM Kishen Kanhaiya4:00PM The Real Indian8:00PM Kyo Kii... Main Jhuth NahinBolta

    Friday12:00AM Angaara3:00AM Samundar5:30AM Gharana8:30AM Satte Pe Satta

    12:00PM Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar4:00PM Jeet8:00PM Mr. Natwarlal

    Saturday12:00AM Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak3:00AM Aap Ke Sath5:30AM Do Aur Do Paanch8:30AM Crook12:00PM Singh is Kinng4:00PM Beta8:00PM Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge

    Sunday1:30AM How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days3:30AM The Weird Man5:00AM Wake of Death6:30AM Progressive Vision7:30AM Progressive Vision8:00AM Beverly Hills Cop II9:40AM The Mask of Zorro12:30PM Telebuy1:00PM The Princess Diaries3:30PM Peter Pan5:45PM Hollywood Dailies6:15PM Four Riders9:00PM The Mask of Zorro

    Monday12:00AM Unbreakable 12:45AM Holiday in Handcuffs2:15AM The Princess Diaries4:05AM Four Riders5:30AM The World's Fastest Indian 7:30AM Progressive Vision8:00AM Four Riders10:00AM Peter Pan12:30PM Telebuy1:00PM The Mask of Zorro4:15PM Unbreakable 5:30PM Pirates of the Caribbean9:00PM Enemy of the State

    Tuesday12:10AM The Battle of Shaker Heights1:30AM Pirates of the Caribbean4:00AM Confessions of a Dangerous

    Mind 5:45AM Citizen Verdict7:30AM Progressive Vision8:00AM Confessions of a Dangerous

    10:20AM The Battle of Shaker Heights12:30PM Telebuy1:00PM Enemy of the State 4:10PM The Battle of Shaker Heights6:00PM Seabiscuit9:00PM Ice Princess11:15PM Good Advice

    Wednesday1:00AM Seabiscuit3:20AM Shoreditch5:20AM The Piano Player7:00AM Get Shorty7:30AM Progressive Vision8:00AM Hello Sister, Goodbye Life10:15AM Good Advice12:30PM Telebuy1:00PM Ice Princess3:15PM Starship troopers 6:15PM Fatal Attraction9:00PM Kill Bill Vol . 2

    Thuesday12:00AM The Last Lear 2:00AM Fatal Attraction4:10AM The Last Lear 5:40AM House of 97:15AM In Studio7:30AM Progressive Vision8:00AM The Brave Archer10:00AM Shaolin Soccer12:30PM Telebuy1:00PM Kill Bill Vol . 24:00PM Hello Sister, Goodbye Life6:00PM Transformers 9:00PM Almost Famous11:45PM Harsh Times

    Friday1:45AM Shaolin Soccer3:45AM The Brave Archer5:15AM Hello Sister, Goodbye Life7:00AM Get Shorty7:30AM Progressive Vision8:00AM King Boxer10:00AM Harsh Times 12:30PM Telebuy1:00PM Almost Famous3:45PM Starship troopers 6:45PM Just Like Heaven 9:00PM The Abandoned11:00PM The Recruit

    Saturday1:00AM Just Like Heaven 3:30AM Starship troopers 5:40AM Duplex7:15AM In Studio

    7:30AM Progressive Vision8:00AM Golden Swallow10:00AM The Recruit 12:30PM Telebuy1:00PM The Abandoned3:00PM Made in Hollywood4:00PM National Treasure: Book ofSecrets6:50PM House of Traps9:00PM Beverly Hills Cop III11:20PM Fun With Dick and Jane

    Sunday1:55AM Knowing3:50AM Surfer, Dude5:20AM Law Abiding Citizen 7:05AM Finding Nemo9:15AM Casino Royale 12:10PM Underworld: Evolution2:25PM Underworld: Rise

    of The Lycans4:20PM Opening Night : X-Men

    First Class4:50PM Police Story II 6:50PM All About Steve9:00PM Toy Story 311:15PM Police Story III - Super Cop

    Monday1:15AM Cool Runnings 2:50AM Children of the Corn4:20AM Silver Hawk6:00AM Hollow Man 27:55AM Flight of Fury10:00AM All About Steve12:10PM Police Story III

    Super Cop2:10PM Toy Story 34:25PM Drag Me to Hell 6:30PM Gridiron Gang 9:00PM Ghost Rider11:15PM City Hunter

    Tuesday1:20AM Drag Me to Hell 2:55AM Another Stakeout4:40AM Penguins: A Love Story6:00AM Gridiron Gang 8:00AM Bandslam 10:05AM George of the Jungle12:05PM City Hunter2:10PM Ghost Rider

    4:25PM Aladdin6:25PM The 6th Day9:00PM Universal Soldier: The Return10:55PM The Young Master

    Wednesday1:05AM George of the Jungle2:35AM The Man in the Iron Mask4:40AM Species III6:00AM Kinta8:00AM Aladdin10:00AM The 6th Day12:35PM Universal Soldier

    The Return2:30PM The Young Master 4:40PM All About Steve6:50PM Finding Nemo9:00PM Face/off 11:40PM The Huadu Chronicles

    Thuresday2:00AM Made of Honor3:40AM Pearl Harbor6:35AM Stepmom9:05AM Gridiron Gang 11:35AM Face/off 2:15PM The Huadu Chronicles4:35PM Toy Story 36:50PM Night at the Museum 29:00PM Die Another Day11:35PM The Shepherd

    Friday1:35AM Aladdin3:05AM Infernal Affairs4:45AM Blame It On The Bellboy6:00AM Tactical Assault8:00AM Lemony Snicket's a10:15AM Ice Age 12:15PM The Shepherd2:15PM Night at the Museum 24:25PM Die Another Day7:00PM Another 48 Hrs.9:00PM The Chronicles of Narnia11:55PM The Accidental Spy

    Saturday1:40AM Night at the Museum 23:20AM Fillers3:55AM Titanic 7:00AM Toy Story 39:15AM Charlie's Angels11:30AM The Chronicles of Narnia 2:25PM The Accidental Spy4:10PM National Treasure 6:45PM 2 Fast 2 Furious9:00PM Project A11:15PM Titanic

    MOVIES ON TV THIS WEEK

  • 3Lucknow, June 11, 2011CityCityOOnnee of the most

    visible signs of a post-liberalization growingeconomy is thetendency among peopleto buy own vehicles. Astheir spending andpurchasing power goes up, peoplestart finding public transportinconvenient and perhaps infra-dig. And availability of easy bankloans and a wide range of choicesin the market do the rest.

    What we are witnessing inIndia is not an isolatedphenomenon but all countriesthat have seen an easing of curbsof spending and borrowing havegone through this phase and arestill wondering how to curb thistrend.

    The growth of infrastructureanywhere in India, mainly roadsand parking lots, apparently cannever keep pace with the growthon the number of privatevehicles. The scenario inpractically every Indian city isthe same - from Jammu toMadurai, Baroda to Siliguri,Jaipur to Raipur, Indore toGuwahati-you name it and roadsand streets choked with cars andprivate vehicles complete thepicture.

    Lucknow obviously is noexception. Thousands of privatevehicles are added to the city'sstreets every month whereas anyincrease in the streets, roads andpublic parking spaces comesprobably once in decades. Theresult is a total mess on city'sroads, leading to traffic jams,frayed tempers, road rage, wrongparking, unnecessary burning ofpetrol or diesel, wastage of timein commuting, payment ofunnecessary parking charges(and fine if parked wrongly) anduse of bad language within thecar and outside.

    Disorder on the roads is, formost people, the most potent signof bad governance. In fact askanyone who has just returnedfrom a trip to the west and thefirst observation from themwould be about the wide streetsand orderly movement of traffic.And remember, this is when mostcountries in the west are wakingup to the hazards of uncontrolledgrowth in the number of

    automobiles and are coming upwith ways to check it.

    In India, we are witnessing ahazard slowly but steadily gettingout of hand but our policy-makersand governments do not seem tobe looking beyond completingtheir term in power.

    While countriesare putting curbs inplace to reduce thenumber of vehicleson roads, we aremerrily allowinghundreds of them tobe added to ourstreets every day.

    Where will itlead us? Frankly, itwill lead us towhere a catastropheof this magnitudeshould lead us. Thatis, into a futurewhere the air isunfit to breathe,people becomearrogant, short-tempered andaggressive, roadsbecoming killinggrounds and publictransport becoming far less usefulfor larger part of the population.

    Sounds familiar? Yes, it doesbecause it has already startedhappening.

    With everyone owning a car,social tensions are rising since acar symbolizes a certainprosperity and therefore a certainbrazenness in the owner. Whyshould one car-owner be madeaccountable to follow road rules ifothers are not doing so?

    All are the same at least on theparameter of economicclassification! This shows itselfeveryday when you drive on thecity roads and someone takes awrong turn or veers dangerouslyclose before zooming away. Youcannot do anything since thetraffic policemen (if they arethere) consider all car-owners tobe 'somebody' and therefore betterleft alone.

    BBuutt this observation cannot becomplete without a mention of the car-owners' plight. A person buys a carmore out of necessity rather thanstatus symbolism, because in thiscongested city, travelling even 4 to 6kilometres by public transport means

    physical discomfort,wastage of time (it maytake two hours to coverthis distance),possibility of yourpocket being picked,females being groped,children getting hurt,your clothes and bodygetting soiled and yourpackets of bags gettingstolen.

    So, driving a car tooffice or to market, or tosocial functions, is morea necessity thananything else. But whatdoes he encounter whenhe moves out on theroad Terriblyencroached roads,careless pedestrians,reckless two-wheelerdrivers, uncivilized anduncouth auto-

    rickshaws, stray cattle, non-functionaltraffic lights, absent traffic cops andno space to manoeuvre if there is anemergency.

    Many fatal accidents on city roadsare caused when a vehicle runs overpeople on roadsides. Unfortunately regardless of being right or wrong there are too many people out there, beit day or night. Go to any road and lookon both sides. There are parkedrickshaws, cycles, handcarts, smalland medium but illegal kiosks sellingcigarettes, paan masala (sometime agoit was rumoured that a ban had beenput on their sale in public places),fruits, vegetables, snacks, usedclothes... the variety is endless. Then,there are idlers and loafers just lazingaround, on roadsides, on the roaddividers, at all the stalls justmentioned and simply walking fromone side of the road to the other.

    In the nights, the situation takes aworse turn. The roadsides are taken

    over by thoseunfortunate people forwhom it is home. Theycook their food here,talk, sit and sleep.Essentially the spacethey occupy is part of

    the road - kerb or pavement which isso essential for vehicles to be used inan emergency. But unfortunately,vehicles are not even supposed todeserve this space because peopleactually live on this space. Needless tosay, these people are exposed to thevery real danger of being hit or runover by a vehicle veering for the mostvalid reasons a stray dog or cattleemerging suddenly or attempting tosave a pedestrian or a cyclist.

    It goes without saying that in caseof such an accident the vehicle drivershall always be considered to be atfault. He shall be cursed, caught,thrashed, tried, punished, fined orjailed for something that happenedbecause the space meant for him wasoccupied by a hapless victim.

    Such accidents are actuallyhappening in all our cities and vehicledrivers are getting filled up with asilent rage against those unfortunatepeople on roadsides. Calling for theirremoval may be politically incorrect,but there is no choice except for this.

    Whenever a highway or an elevatedfreeway is constructed, efforts aremade to avoid any crossing androadside barriers often made ofreinforced metal are put to avoidanyone from crossing over on the road.In addition, there are specificinstructions that constructions are notallowed on land up to 200 metres fromthe highway on both sides.

    But in cities, people can run a shop,make temporary homes, erect anencroachment and live life as ifnormal on the side of a road and evenpartly on the road that is meant forvehicles, and yet would be termedvictims if and when a vehicle tries touse that space.

    Life on the road is not onlydangerous but unfair too unfair forthe vehicle driver and the road userboth. But as we take pride in Indiamarching ahead, we must also hangour heads in shame that the number ofpeople dying in road accidents in Indiais highest in the world higher thanall those countries where vehicleszoom past on freeways and expresswayand autobahns.

    [email protected]@ggmmaaiill..ccoomm

    None for the road?

    Ratan Mani Lal

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  • 14Clashes are continuing in Syria, Libya and Yemen even as most countries are not clear on what stance to adopt inrespect to each country. While the US strongly denounced state violence in Syria, clashes between supporters and

    opponents of the regime in Libya continued. In Yemen too clashes between rival groups continued.

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    WWaasshhiinnggttoonn:: The White Housestrongly denounced what it calledthe Syrian government's"outrageous use of violence" andvoiced support for a European-drafted proposed U.N. SecurityCouncil resolution condemning thecrackdown and calling for it to behalted.

    "The Syrian government isleading Syria on a dangerous path,"

    the White House said in a statementon Friday, calling for an "immediateend to brutality and violence."

    The White House statement cameafter Syrian forces killed at least 25people in nationwide democracyprotests and helicopters, tanks andtroops opened fire on protesters inthe northern town of Jisr al-Shughour.

    "The United States stronglycondemns the Syrian government'soutrageous use of violence acrossSyria today and particularly in thenorthwestern region," the USspokesman said. "There must be animmediate end to the brutality andviolence."

    The statement contained a clearsign of Washington's growingimpatience over Syria after topofficials had repeatedly called forAssad to embrace reform or get outof the way - but stopped short ofdemanding his departure.

    "Earlier this week, we urged theSyrian government to exercise

    maximum restraint and not torespond to its own reported lossesthrough additional civiliancasualties," he added. "The Syriangovernment is leading Syria on adangerous path."

    "For that reason, it is critical thatall Syrians remain united, work toprevent sectarian conflict, andpursue their aspirations peacefully,"he continued, raising the prospect ofan even deeper abyss of violenceand division in Syria.

    "We stand by the Syrian peoplewho have shown their courage indemanding dignity and thetransition to democracy that theydeserve." He also cited the"appalling violence" of shootings,assaults and arrests ofdemonstrators at the hands ofSyrian security forces in explainingwhy the United States has thrown itsweight behind a UN SecurityCouncil resolution proposed byBritain and France that condemnsSyria for its crackdown.

    Earlier, as the situation in Syriadeteriorated, officials at the UnitedNations said Assad was refusing totake telephone calls from Secretary

    General Ban Ki-moon. The USambassador in Damascus, RobertFord, has also seen his requests formeetings with Syrian governmentofficials repeatedly denied.

    Protesters poured into the streetsof major cities and towns acrossSyria after Friday prayers, callingon Assad to step down andexpressing solidarity with theresidents of Jisr al-Shughur.

    Syria has mounted a fierceresponse to weeks of protestsmodelled on the uprisings in Egyptand Tunisia that ousted long-rulingdictators and inspired region-widerevolt.

    On Thursday, Assad came underfire from Turkish Prime MinisterRecep Tayyip Erdogan, a personalfriend and longtime ally, whodescribed the treatment of thebodies of women slain by Syriansecurity forces as an "atrocity."

    Erdogan said the brutalcrackdown was "unacceptable" andwould "necessarily" lead the UNSecurity Council to step in. ButRussia, one of five veto-wieldingmembers of the council, opposesany resolution on Syria.

    US condemns Syria crackdown

    Libyan government forces havepounded the outskirts of the rebel-held city of Misrata, killing at least22 people, a hospital physician said.

    Muammar Gaddafi's forces used

    tanks, artillery and incendiaryrockets on Friday in thebombardment of Dafniya, about 18miles west of Misrata.

    He said at least 61 people werewounded in the attacks which beganabout 10 am local time. The city isone of the few footholds rebels havein western Libya and controls thecountry's largest port.

    There also were no reportsNATO strikes in Misrata or Tripoli,the capital.

    Earlier, NATO had beenpounding Tripoli and environs inrecent days, stepping up backing forthe four-month-old rebel uprisingthat seeks to oust Gaddafi frompower after four decades.

    Rebels have taken control ofswaths of eastern Libya, althoughfighting has since come to astalemate even with NATO support.

    Misrata remained one of themost important rebel footholds inthe Gaddafi controlled west.Government forces are surroundingMisrata on all sides but the north,where the city has access to theMediterranean Sea for supplies andfood through Libya's major port.

    Rebels have beaten back several

    government attempts to retake thecity.

    The Gaddafi forces are pushingback on rebel forces trying to breakout of Misrata to the west towardTripoli, where Gaddafi isincreasingly cornered under NATObombardment in the capital.

    Rebels on the front-line in thewestern suburb of Misrata say pro-Gaddafi forces also shelled theirpositions in the Western Mountainsregion on Thursday night, andaccuse NATO of not doing enoughto stop them.

    Fighting has been deadlocked forweeks between the eastern towns ofAjdabiyah and the Gaddafi-held oiltown of Brega. Rebels also controlthe western city of Misrata and therange of Western Mountains nearthe Tunisian border.

    Turkey's prime minister says hiscountry has offered MuammarGaddafi guarantees in return forleaving Libya. Recep TayyipErdogan says they are still waitingto hear back. Gaddafi haspreviously vowed not to leave Libya.Erdogan did not specify what theguarantees are or when the offer toGaddafi was made.

    Pro-Gaddafi, rebel forcesclash in Libya

    Protests break outin Sanaa

    Supporters and opponents ofYemeni President Abli Abdullah Salehhave held separate rallies in the capitalSanaa.

    Thousands of his supportersgathered outside the presidentialpalace, calling for Saleh's return toYemen.

    The rallycomes asY e m e n iofficials saySaleh willreturn withindays fromSaudi Arabiaa n dpreparationsare underwayto welcomehis back. In another part of the capital,nearly 100-thousand Yemenisprotested in a main square, demandingSaleh's ouster.

    They also demanded the vicepresident allow the creation of a newgovernment. Similar anti-Salehprotests were held in cities such asTaiz, Yemen's second largest city.

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    Why is it that nearly all of us love chocolate,especially women? Most of all women lovechocolate. It is one of the most popular sweets ofall time. Why do we love chocolate so much?Everyone is familiar with chocolate chip cookiesand almost everyone has memory related to it,but how long has it existed and who invented it?Chocolate equals love. It is considered as aromantic gift. For women especially, it'sassociated with love and romance. This could bepart of the reason why most of women lovechocolate, as it makes them feel loved and special.

    Chocolate desert is one of the most popularfoods in the world and it is most lovable bywomen. It tastes great as it melts in your mouthYou would be wondering what is it about thechocolate that makes us go crazy in love. Is it therich and velvety taste, the feel good chemicals orits aphrodisiac element? Have you ever tried therestaurants that offer the so-called romanticexperience that anyone can possible have may itbe Valentine 's Day or just any other ordinary dayin the lives of couples?

    Coming back to the strange link between loveand chocolates, can anyone define the truemeaning of love in a relationship? People oftenuse the word "love" casually in everydayconversation. "I love this house. I love my dog. Ilove to grow vegetables." What does this reallymean? When we use this word so often does it'smeaning become watered down so it has lessimpact? Different people may define love indifferent ways. Could love be defined as simply towant and hope the best for someone? This is fairlysimplistic and not very deep. If this was thedefinition of love can it explain the deepemotional bond that two people have with eachother; those that commit themselves to oneanother for a lifetime? Not likely. You can wantand hope the best for dozens of people that youknow. Does this mean you are "in love" withthem? This may be too simple to define the truemeaning of love in a relationship. If you say youare in love with someone does that bring forthcertain assumptions about your feelings for thatperson? When people say they are in love weassume that they care for, share with and trustthe other person.

    Love is trust and on that basis you can assumeyour relationship. There is something else that

    makes up the true meaning of love in arelationship. This may be somethingintangible; a feeling that you have thatcan't be accurately described in words. Inany relationship you can develop andwork on the caring, sharing and trust.You can't force that special feeling thatyou have when you are truly in love withsomeone.

    Is something eating yourrelationship? Not sure if you are in troubledwater? A relationship gets pretty confusingespecially since men and women are sodrastically different. Most of us have experiencedthe devastating pain of breaking up and gettingback on your feet and moving on from awounding split that sometimes can becomplicated. Women tend to look for perfection infinding a mate but few realize that perfection isreally hard to live up to because in reality there isno perfection in anything.

    We must realize that each person is uniqueand has a variety of emotions. After a few yearsof being with that special someone, everythingbecomes a routine and this is one of the reasonswhy a relationship fails. In today's world, most ofus involved in a relationship have a job, family,and other responsibilities that take up too muchtime of our lives and by the end of the day, we areso tired that don't make time to do somethingdifferent and fun with our significant other.Beyond love and attraction, there should alwaysbe respect and friendship in order for therelationship to last. Relationships are making uscrazy and dependent to the person whom webecome attached to.

    But do you really know what the purpose of arelationship is? No, it's not to make babies.Though babies are great part of relationship andare important consideration when it comes topropagating our species, neither to keep youcompany nor to make you financially orphysiologically secure. The reason goes deeperthan that. The purpose of true relationship is astudy of itself.

    In relationship we become aware of life as itchanges and takes on the different hues andcolors that relationship provides and not tobecome stuck in the past images. Relationship isa search for reflection of truth, a search for truthis something that goes on every moment.Relationship means mutual freedom andlearning to trust each other. The most importantpart of any a relationship between two people isbeing able to talk and listen to one another.

    You and the other person can figure out whatyour common interests are. You can share yourfeelings with the other person and trust that theywill be there to listen and support you. In a

    relationship, peopledon't lie.Communication isbased on honesty andtrust. By listeningcarefully and sharingyour thoughts andfeelings with anotherperson, you show themthat they are animportant part of your life. In relationships, youlearn to respect and trust important people inyour life. Disagreements may still happen, butyou learn to stay calm and talk about how youfeel. Talking calmly helps you to understand thereal reason for not getting along, and it's mucheasier to figure out how to fix it. In relationships,working through disagreements often makes therelationship stronger. In relationships, peoplerespect each other for who they are. This includesrespecting and listening to yourself and yourfeelings so you can set boundaries and feelcomfortable.

    In a relationship and if you bound in true lovethen there is jealousy and possessiveness. It is asign of healthy relationship. Possessiveness ishealthy in love, only then it shows that you careabout the person. If you don't feel possessive thenthe meaning will be that you don't much careabout the person, to whom he/ she talks and thatyou do not care enough.

    Possessiveness comes because the person isjealous and he is afraid that you might turn tothat person more than him. If you are notpossessive and let him/ her talk to anyone he/ shefancies, he might move away from you soon. Ifthe possessiveness gets too much sometimes thatyou cannot even smile at a person with outgetting the lover upset and moody then you'llhave to worry about it. Otherwise it is healthyand it should be there in a relationship.

    Trust is thought to be the foundation for everysuccessful relationship. Communication, goodand honest communication, is a key ingredient tobuilding trust. If you are always jumping toconclusions or not listening to your partner thefoundation of trust will crumble.

    The easiest way to communicate is to ask forexplanations when you don't understandsomething. Take the time so that you know whatyour partner means. Listen to what they aresaying and truly hear; share openly and fully. Bycommunicating your feelings you show that youtrust your partner with your heart. Love andrelationship is one in which you and you partnerbound together for the ages with trust, honestyand the other things which is necessary to runyour relationship should be there to be happytogether.

    WWoommeenn aanndd cchhooccoollaatteessChocolates are a symbol of love. Love is

    built on trust and trust comes fromcommunication. The web of relationship

    is not as complex as it seems, saysDeepika Singh.

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