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  • 2 Lucknow, May 28, 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

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    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

    Sunday12:00AM IPL 4 H/ls : Qualifier- 12:30AM IPL 4 H/ls : Kolkata vs.Mumbai 1:00AM Indian Premier League 4 : Final5:00AM Super Gaane5:30AM Rajaji8:00AM Deewane Huye Paagal12:00PM Band Baaja Baaraat4:30PM Don No. 18:00PM Dhoom 2

    Monday12:00AM Ghulami3:00AM Hanste Khelte5:30AM Samundar8:30AM Naksha: Unlock the Mystery12:00PM Apna Sapna Money Money4:00PM Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai8:00PM Koi... Mil Gaya

    Tuesday12:00AM Junoon3:00AM Tadipaar5:30AM Parineeta8:00AM Jai Vikraanta12:00PM Joru Ka Ghulam4:00PM Shaadi Karke Phas Gaya Yaar8:00PM Meri Jung: One Man Army

    Wednesday12:00AM Akayla3:00AM Jaanam5:30AM Inquilaab8:30AM Narsimha: The Powerful Man12:00PM Jamai Raja4:00PM Champion8:00PM Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi

    Thuesday12:00AM Judwaa3:00AM Chupke Chupke5:30AM Karz Chukana Hai8:30AM Kaal12:00PM Namastey London4:00PM Baazi8:00PM Kranti

    Friday12:00AM Kalyug3:00AM Jawaab5:30AM Benaam

    8:30AM Dushmani: The Target12:00PM Jis Desh Mein Ganga Rehta Hai4:00PM Beta8:00PM Amar Akbar Anthony

    Saturday12:00AM Har Dil Jo Pyar Karega3:00AM Humlaa5:30AM Hifazat8:30AM Partner12:00PM Roti Kapda Aur Makaan4:00PM Heyy Babyy8:00PM Koi... Mil Gaya

    Sunday1:45AM Boys and Girls3:15AM Men From the Monastery5:00AM Citizen Verdict6:30AM Progressive Vision7:30AM Progressive Vision8:00AM King Boxer10:20AM Snake Eyes12:30PM Guthy Renker1:00PM Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon3:45PM Kill Bill Vol . 16:30PM Hollywood Dailies7:00PM The Chinese Boxer9:00PM National Treasure: Book ofSecrets11:45PM The Game Plan

    Monday1:35AM Collateral 3:30AM The Chinese Boxer5:00AM The Bong Connection7:00AM Hollywood Dailies7:30AM Progressive Vision8:00AM The 14 Amazons10:00AM Collateral 12:30PM Guthy Renker1:00PM The Game Plan3:15PM The Stepford Wives5:10PM Made in Hollywood6:10PM The Bong Connection9:00PM Reign of Fire11:15PM The Italian Job

    Tuesday12:45AM The Bong Connection2:25AM The 14 Amazons4:00AM The Piano Player5:30AM Shoreditch

    7:30AM Progressive Vision8:00AM Angie10:30AM The Stepford Wives12:30PM Guthy Renker1:00PM Reign of Fire3:20PM The Italian Job 5:30PM Hollywood Dailies6:00PM Spider-Man 29:00PM Peter Pan11:30PM The Village

    Wednesday1:00AM Spider-Man 23:10AM Forever Mine5:00AM Shoreditch7:00AM Get Shorty7:30AM Progressive Vision8:00AM Angie10:30AM Frankie and Johnny 12:30PM Telebuy1:00PM Walking Tall: The Payback3:00PM The Village5:30PM In Studio5:40PM The Hurricane 9:00PM Bruce Almighty 11:10PM Bringing Out the Dead

    Thuesday1:10AM The Ring 3:00AM The Hurricane 4:45AM Confessions of a Dangerous 6:30AM Get Shorty on Campus7:30AM Progressive Vision8:00AM Shanghai Knights10:20AM Bruce Almighty 12:30PM Telebuy1:00PM The Ring 3:30PM In Studio3:45PM Catch Me if You Can 6:45PM Bringing Out the Dead 9:00PM George of the Jungle11:00PM Tombstone

    Friday1:10AM The Ring Two3:00AM Shanghai Knights5:00AM Disciples of Shaolin6:30AM Get Shorty on Campus7:30AM Progressive Vision8:00AM Unbreakable 10:30AM George12:30PM Telebuy1:00PM Duplex3:00PM Tombstone6:00PM Made in Hollywood7:00PM My Boss's Daughter9:00PM The Importance of Being

    11:15PM Dirty Dancing: Havana NightsSaturday

    12:45AM Duplex2:15AM Unbreakable 4:00AM The Motorcycle Diaries 6:00AM The Avenging Eagle7:30AM Progressive Vision8:00AM The Longest Yard10:20AM The Avenging Eagle12:30PM Telebuy1:00PM The Importance of BeingEarnest3:15PM Snake Eyes5:30PM Made in Hollywood6:30PM Man of Iron9:00PM Beverly Hills Cop11:30PM Spider-Man 2

    Sunday1:25AM Missionary Man2:55AM Born to Fight4:25AM Federal Hill6:00AM Felon 7:45AM Astro Boy9:45AM The Longest Yard12:05PM Pineapple Express 2:15PM Edge of Darkness 4:40PM Universal Soldier 36:35PM Unknown9:00PM Toy Story 211:00PM Double Team

    Monday1:00AM Danny the Dog 2:35AM Dead Man Walking 4:35AM Dear Frankie 6:15AM Universal Soldier 38:10AM Unknown10:35AM Alice in Wonderland 12:45PM Made of Honor2:55PM Double Team4:55PM Old Dogs6:50PM Born to Raise Hell9:00PM Street Fighter11:10PM Black Hawk Down

    Tuesday2:00AM It's the Rage3:40AM Surfer, Dude5:00AM Unzipped6:10AM Born to Raise Hell7:50AM Old Dogs9:45AM Runaway Bride

    12:05PM Black Hawk Down 2:55PM Toy Story 24:55PM Boa Vs. Python6:50PM Robocop 39:00PM Terminator 311:15PM Vantage Point

    Wednesday1:10AM Thunderball3:15AM Munich 5:50AM Ghost Writer7:50AM The Imaginarium 10:20AM Six Days Seven Nights12:25PM Terminator 32:40PM Vantage Point 4:35PM Robocop 36:45PM Pandorum9:00PM Ghostbusters11:15PM Tower of Death

    Thuesday1:10AM Old Dogs2:35AM Six Days Seven Nights4:10AM Battle In Seattle5:45AM Fillers6:15AM Pandorum8:30AM High School Musical 10:45AM Meet The Robinsons12:50PM Tower of Death2:45PM Toy Story 24:45PM Ghostbusters7:00PM Daybreakers 9:00PM Hollow Man11:00PM The Magnificent Butcher

    Friday1:15AM Harley Davidson 2:45AM High School Musical 34:30AM Fired Up!6:00AM Meet The Robinsons8:05AM Original Sin10:20AM Click 12:30PM The Magnificent Butcher2:45PM Daybreakers 4:45PM Hollow Man7:00PM Toy Story 29:00PM Men in Black II10:45PM Ong BakSatuerday1:00AM A View to a Kill3:05AM Eurotrip 4:20AM Original Sin6:05AM Old Dogs7:30AM Paul Blart: Mall Cop9:30AM Men in Black II11:25AM Godzilla2:05PM The Incredibles

    MOVIES ON TV THIS WEEK

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    Nepal have launched a vicious anti-India propaganda campaign through afilm being screened in about half adozen theatres in Kathmandu. Thefilm titles Dasgaja or 'Ten Yards' hasvignettes of a border dispute andportrays India as a hegemonic powerand bully. Sample some scenes fromthe film.

    Scene A: An Indian official walksinto the office of the head of Nepal'sborder survey team and offers him abriefcase filled with currency andtells him that it was for his daughter'seducation and the border inspectionduties should be left to Indianofficials. The Indian official then goeson to say, "You know that you can't doa thing without our approval. Youcan't even appoint a priest in yourown temple without ourendorsement.'"

    Scene B: A Nepali worker,working in a restaurant in India isslapped and his nationality is abusedwhen inadvertently he spills waterover an Indian customer.

    Scene C: India's Home Ministerspeaking on phone to his Nepalesecounterpart, asks him not to persistwith his demand of fresh inspectionof the Indo-Nepal border, failingwhich, the Minister threatens that thegovernment of Nepal would betoppled.

    Scene D: Scenes of atrocities byIndian border guards and the hero ofthe film leading a group of armedmen and women, and removing theborder pillar wrongly erected byIndia.

    Another movie based on an oldIndo-Nepal dispute, directed byUddham Abidits, is to be releasedsoon. The area portrayed, Kalapani, islocated on the India's western borderwith Nepal. The dispute over the areais due to the differences between thetwo countries over the origin of theKali River. Nepal's claim on Kalapaniis based on the contention that theriver to the west of Kali is the mainKali River, whereas India claims thatthe river to the east of Kalapani is themain Kali River.

    About four years ago, there wasanother documentary Greater Nepalmade by one Manoj Pandit, whichcalled for restoration of large parts of

    West Bengal, the entire Sikkim, partsof Uttarakhand and HimachalPardesh to Nepal, over which heaverred that Nepal had historicalclaims.

    The Maoist cadres have also beendefacing foundation stones andinsulting the Indian Tri-Colour, atprojects and programmes assisted byIndia. Showing of black flags to theIndian Ambassador during hismovement in Kathmandu, hasbecome a regular affair.

    Earlier, in October 2010, the

    Ministry of External Affairs hadsummoned Nepal's Ambassador toIndia, Rukma Shumsher Rana toseek explanation over themisbehaviour of Maoist cadrestowards the Indian Ambassador toNepal, Rakesh Sood. Some Maoistcadres on 6 October 2010 hadgreeted the Ambassador with blackflags and one of them hurled a shoeat a team of visiting Indian Embassyofficials.

    In fact, India's Foreign Minister,SM Krishna, during his recent visitto Kathmandu in April 2011,expressed serious concern at theattacks on the Indian Ambassador.He met various Maoist leadersincluding Parchanda and took up theissue of the ongoing anti-Indiacampaign.

    Despite assurances, the anti-Indiacampaign by the Maoists has notabated. Rather, it has become moreshrill, virulent and violent. TheMaoists have been trying to overplayand even fabricate issues to createanimosity between India and Nepal.The anti-India campaign by theMaoists in Nepal is becomingincreasingly fierce and vicious, asthe Maoist leadership feels that it isIndia, which is the stumbling blockin their bid to capture power.

    That the Maoists are beingprodded by China is all too obvious.The border issues between India and

    Nepal has hardly generated anybitterness. The issue of Indian priestsin the Pashupati Temple inKathmandu is a revered historicaltradition signifying the deepreligious and cultural links betweenthe two countries.

    The anti-India campaign of theMaoists is a well-deliberatedstrategy and is in consonance withthe 'Fourth Phase' of the Maoistagitation, announced in January2010, in the Central Committeemeeting. Originally, this phase wasto be driven by the agenda of'Civilian Supremacy' but wassuspended in favour of an anti-Indiacampaign because the Maoists feelthat it was at the behest of India thatthe Maoist government fellfollowing its aborted bid to remove

    the Nepal Army Chief in May 2009.The Nepal Army, the Maoist

    leadership feels is the only robustbarrier in its way to establishing itsone-party revolutionary regime.

    The Maoists viewed precedingPrime Minister Madhav Nepal as astooge of India. So did China.During his visit to China inDecemeber 2009, the Chineseauthorities were high on assurancesand rhetoric but low on yield. This ismainly ascribed to the Chineseperception that the Madhav Nepalgovernment was backed by India.

    No sooner Jhalanath Khanal waselected as PM in February 2011,after 17 attempts in seven months;two very significant and high levelChinese delegations visited Nepal,with economic and military agendasrespectively.

    Nepal has become a geopoliticalarena of intense rivalry betweenChina and India. The fall of theMaoist government totally beliedChina's strategic calculations. Eversince then it has been on anoverdrive to cobble a pro-China andanti-India government in Nepal.

    The transition of Maoists inNepal has been from criminals, torevolutionaries, to political activists,and to partners in government. Thenext scenario would be a completeMaoist takeover.

    A separate force with thenumerical strength of 15 to 25thousand recruits comprising ofNepal Army, Police Force, ArmedPolice Force and Peoples' LiberationArmy men has been proposed byPushpa Kamal Dahal "Prachand.'

    However, security experts inNepal claim that 25,000 will beinadequate to guard frontier withIndia, considering that India hasalready deployed some 50,000Sheema Shashastra Bal (SSB) alongits "forced open border" with Nepal.

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    A Maoist training camp in Nepal

  • SpecialSpecial Lucknow, May 28, 2011 15

    The declaration of class XIIresults leads to the unfolding of atypical scenario in all householdswhere there has been a class XIIstudent. As soon as the lastexamination paper gets over, thefocus shifts to the post-XII choices,and invariably even those with afocussed approach sometimes tend toget confused.

    The scenario has been repeatingwith unfailing regularity for the lastso many decades -- probably eversince the class XII examinations grewup to be such a big deal. And thereasons are understandable: the classXII examination is the first majorexamination that tends to change thecourse of life of the student as well asthe family. It is the crucialexamination that separates thegeneralists from the specialists. It isthe first examination in a child's lifethat ensures his/her transition fromregimented school life to a free,liberal college life. For parents andguardians, it is a mixed bag. On onehand they realize it is the turningpoint in their child's life, on the otherthey also understand with somesadness that it marks the coming ofage of the child.

    And despite all the talk aboutshifting the focus from marks andpercentage to overall performance,the awarding of grades instead ofpercentage marks, and theliberalization of the examinationprocess especially by the CentralBoard for Secondary Education(CBSE), the obsession with marksand percentages refuses to die down.It is a nightmare if a child fetches 90per cent marks, whereas acquiring 70to 89 per cent marks leads to a sigh ofrelief.

    So, are you disappointed with yourclass XII marks? Despite your besteffort, did you fare badly in the exam?Obviously, it means that you cannotapply for certain courses, or hope toget admission to certain institutions.So the search starts for availableoptions, and the biggest debate is:Whether to go in for a standarddegree or look at a specialised course.

    Based on discussions andquestion-answer sessions with severalparents, children and teachers over

    the years, it appears there are somestandard questions that are asked bystudents/parents every year. It onlygoes on to show that the level ofcounselling in our country is verypoor, if not outright zero. There aresome specialized career counsellingcentres but they are run more asbusinesses looking at procuringstudents to certaincolleges/institutions or coachingcentres. The modus-operandi is quitesimple and predictable - students gofor a query, are asked to get registeredat a fee, fill up their details, appear atan aptitude test, called for a personalinterview, and on the basis of the test,conveyed the most appropriate choicefor them.

    Generally, it is the individualstudent's subject combination and theflavour of the season that determinesthe "choice." For example if it is ascience/maths student, it has to be oneor the other branch of engineering,and for the science/biology stream, ithas to be medical, agriculture or lifesciences. For the commerce stram, acommerce degree followed by abusiness management degree is theobvious choice. It is for thehumanities students that the widestchoices are available - law, civilservices, academics, research, masscommunication, fine arts and so on.

    Here are some answers that mayfit some queries to a great extent.

    Arts degree: Jobs with a degree inhumanities (BA) are only for the verybest since there are not a lot of jobs tobe had. Having subjects likeeconomics, psychology, publicadministration, anthropology, history,may be good for preparing for CivilServices, but a masters or MBA willbe required if the objective is to getinto research or academics.

    Acting: Good to have sometheatre experience, may join a theatreor stage group, can look at NationalSchool of Drama, Film & TelevisionInstitute of India (Pune), some filmand mass communication institutes.

    Chartered Accountant: Go in forB.Com or BA with maths andeconomics, keep preparing for the CAfoundation and Intermediateexaminations along with graduation.The requirement for articleship must

    be completed as and when requiredbefore giving the finals.

    Commerce: Simply pursuingB.Com. may not be very useful, sinceit is more of a foundation degree. Onewould need to go for CA or MBA.

    Civil Aviation: Pilot training is anexpensive proposition and quitegruelling.

    Computer Science: Try to clearthe JEE and get into one of the IITsand NITs, to get some excellentopenings. Programming jobs in the I-T sector and research-based jobs inKPO sector are available in largenumbers.

    Graduation with life sciences:Science graduates are now beingrecruited by some pharma companiesfor various positions. But just a BSc isnot enough, doing a post-graduation(masters) is a must.

    Hotel Management: Hotelmanagement is a good, exciting careerbut the compensation in the first fewyears is low, and the range of activitiesto be completed is vast, fromhousekeeping to kitchen management.It is advisable to go in for the institutesof hotel management run by the hotelchains. What is GRE: It is anexamination to test the aptitude forstudying abroad for a masters' degree.

    What is the worth of BBA/BBM:Not much, unless followed up with an

    MBA or PGDMConfused: Take a pen and paper.

    Do not sit on a computer screen asthere you can easily delete and rewriteyour words and sentences. Make threecolumns. In the first write yourstrengths, in the second, yourweaknesses, in the third the careerswhich emerge or are eliminatedbecause of the strength/weaknesses.

    At the end of this table, write thenames of the careers and in front ofeach, write your personal views abouteach.

    At the end of the exercise, you willcome as close to your answer as anyhigh-flying counsellor will give you.

    Remember, performance in classXII examination is an indicator ofyour aptitude. It has to be takenseriously because the move you makeafter class XII has to be related to yourcareer choice. Formal education up toclass XII has a different kind ofsignificance, but the education after itshapes the future of your career orchosen profession. Choosing wiselywithout getting into the trap of marks,college, university, big names orpopularity ranking may not take youvery far.

    What you like doing, and what youshall enjoy doing, will certainly makethe difference.

    Courtesy: M.C.R.F.

    The post-XII upheaval isupon us!

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