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    The PTI?s budget

    During its campaign for Election 2018, the PTI maintained that it would bring a much-needed change to the country. The party pledged to introduce peop... Read More

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    Looking for jobs

    The rate of unemployment is increasing at an alarming rate. Highly-qualified people are running from pillar to post in search of a job. But there are ... Read More

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    Weddings and simplicity

    Prime Minister Imran Khan has taken a step in the right direction by initiating a plantation campaign across the country. In addition, his austerity d... Read More

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    Not safe for minors

    Motorcycles are the most affordable mode of transportation. This is why almost every household has at least one motorcycle. Many people allow their mi... Read More

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    Inordinate delays

    The ETEA test that is held by the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government has been postponed for the third time. This entry test for medical colleges should hav... Read More

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    Laudable efforts

    A glimpse of a positive change in the bureaucracy is seen under the PTI-led government. In a meeting with bureaucrats, Prime Minister Imran Khan maint... Read More

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    Traffic gridlocks

    The Peshawar University Road faces worst traffic jams during morning and evening peak hours. This is mainly due to the fact that Peshawar University h... Read More

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    Drought-stricken Thar

    Few days ago, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi announced to gift 40,000 tonnes of wheat to Afghanistan. The question is: does the foreign minitse... Read More

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    Entry test

    Thousands of students who aspire to become doctors are under a lot of stress as the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government has been postponing medical college ... Read More

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    Quality food

    There are a large number of vendors and kiosk owners that sell food items. However, it is important that the relevant authorities ensure that stall ow... Read More

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    Afforestation project

    The PTI’ afforestation project ‘Billion Tree Tsunami’ is admirable. The government has taken a prudent step to save our future gener... Read More

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    Beyond rhetoric

    The fact that the CJP has asked the CEOs of both water purifying companies and private hospitals to appear in court is commendable. Such steps are req... Read More

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    Substance abuse

    Peshawar’s drug problem is at its peak and thousands of people have become addicted to drugs. At the entrance of the Karkhano Market, near the r... Read More

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    A new source of income

    It is unfortunate that social media in our country has been reduced to a platform where users can only engage in meaningless debates. Many countries a... Read More

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    Degree verification

    It has become quite difficult for students to get their Detailed Mark Certificates (DMCs) verified from the relevant boards or universities. The fact ... Read More

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    Sewer trouble

    The sewerage network of Shikarpur needs the immediate attention of the higher authorities. Almost all drains are filled with wrappers and solid waste.... Read More

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    Managing finances

    The biggest challenge for the newly elected government is to deal with the financial crisis. The stressed economy is crumbling under the huge burden o... Read More

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    Safety comes first

    The traffic authorities have launched various awareness campaigns and started distributing helmets to motorcyclists to highlight the importance of tak... Read More

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    Not for sale

    The hurried conversion and/or sale of government buildings and land is being likened by many to the rushed nationalisation of industries, banks and ed... Read More

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    Work from home

    In our country, university-going students get summer vacations of three months. Since examinations are held before vacations, many university students... Read More

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    Commercial use

    This refers to the letter ‘PM house’ (Sep 15) by Ziaullah. The writer has rightly questioned the logic of establishing another university ... Read More

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    Not a drop

    Kachho, one of the main areas in Taluka Johi, Dadu, depended on rain-fed crops. Before the 1990s, the area received showers of rain as a result of whi... Read More

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    The fierce lady

    The tragic death of Begum Kulsoom Nawaz, who was diagnosed with cancer last year, has sent the entire country into a state of mourning. Her demise is ... Read More

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    Going green

    Prime Minister Imran Khan has voiced his concerns over the power crisis. He must take the following proposed solutions into account. Attabad Lake, whi... Read More

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    Dam fund

    After the prime minister’s appeal, fund-raising for dams has become a burning issue throughout the country. Many people have applauded the PM&rs... Read More

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    Time to train

    There is no denying the fact that training programmes for teachers ensure impart relevant skills and improve their classroom performance. While a larg... Read More

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    A busy road

    The relevant authorities should take notice of the dilapidated condition of Katchehry Bazaar Road, Mianwali. It is one of the busiest roads in the cit... Read More

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    Forming JITs

    While the formation of a JIT for a particular case is acceptable, it shouldn’t set a precedent for JIT formation for all cases. There should be ... Read More

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    Report card

    The FPSC frequently conducts screening tests for recruitment into various posts. These tests comprise 100 MCQs. For the first time, the FPSC waived th... Read More

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    Expensive living

    This refers to the letter ‘High prices’ (Sep 5) by Maheen Rao. The writer has rightly urged the government to open new utility stores in o... Read More

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    Talks about culture

    This refers to the letter ‘No space for diversity’ (Sep 6) by Kashif Hakro. The appointments of ministers made by the PTI-led government c... Read More

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    Horrors of dengue

    The sudden outbreak of dengue in Shikarpur calls for immediate action of the authorities concerned. Hospitals are filled with patients who are sufferi... Read More

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    The end of ?Ehtesab?

    The KP Ehtesab Commission was established some four years ago with great pomp and show for targeting the corrupt. But soon after it commenced its oper... Read More

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    Expectation vs reality

    This refers to the article ‘A disappointing start’ (Sep 7) by Khalid Bhatti. Prime Minsiter Imran Khan took the charge of the government w... Read More

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    Under pressure

    It is heartening to see that government servants are standing against the pressure exerted by parliamentarians for favours that are against the law. ... Read More

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    Shaky grounds

    According to a news report, a number of bureaucratic officials who worked for the previous government are having second thoughts on holding key govern... Read More

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    Do no harm

    Mental health is one subject which is not discussed in an effective manner. In our country, there are only a few hundred psychiatrists. While there ar... Read More

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    No facilities

    Jaffarabad is a district which has vast areas of agricultural land. However, even in the 21st century, the region is still deprived of quality educati... Read More

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    Not a doctor

    Babar Awan’s doctorate was rendered fake in the courts. And yet, the media is still adding the prefix ‘Dr’ with his name. Is there n... Read More

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    Crackdown on dissent

    India, the so-called secular country and the world’s largest democracy, is trying every possible step to confine freedom of expression. Rights a... Read More

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    Rising unemployment

    This refers to the letter ‘No jobs’ (Sep 3) by Ayesha Aijaz Mahesar. It is true that the authorities concerned take a lot of time to annou... Read More

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    Job hunt

    Education institutions in our country don’t help students decide which field they should choose for their higher studies. This flawed approach o... Read More

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    No change

    The actions of the PTI’s MPAs Fayazul Chohan and Imran Ali Shah are, surprisingly, different than what the party had been preaching for many yea... Read More

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    10 billion trees

    The government’s plan to plant 10 billion trees is a great idea. But to save the existing trees is even more important. I have had several chanc... Read More

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    Not in my range

    This refers to the letter ‘Extra charges’ (Sep 1) by Syed Zulfiqar Ali Shah. What the writer has talked about is the sad reality of our so... Read More

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    Cramped

    The claims regarding the improvement of KP schools are far from reality. Many state-owned schools in Peshawar are still in a deplorable condition. A l... Read More

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    Clean festival

    This refers to the letter ‘Not on the streets’ (Aug 31) by Imtiaz Akhtar. According to the writer, the authorities should establish slaugh... Read More

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    Larkana?s problems

    This refers to the news report ‘PPP workers are my eyes and ears: Bilawal’ (Aug 31). Bilawal Bhutto Zardari must have a look into the perf... Read More

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    Price drop

    The government has announced to reduce petroleum product prices by as much as six rupees a litre. People who were burdened by the high prices of petro... Read More

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    Extra charges

    It has been observed that private schools charge exorbitant examination fees from students. This fee covers all the expenses that school incur to cond... Read More

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    Digital fraud

    Working as a freelancer is a challenging pursuit. I have recently started working as a freelancer and found that the sector is full of frauds and scam... Read More

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    Long arms of the law

    This refers to the letter ‘Where is equality?’ (Aug 31) by Guldar Khan Wazir. The writer has rightly asserted that there should be across-... Read More

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    Another broken promise?

    Loadshedding has once again reared its ugly head. The unscheduled power outages and low voltage have created countless difficulties, especially for sc... Read More

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    Powerless in Dadu

    This refers to the letter ‘Lights out’ by Mian Shiraz (Aug 28). The writer raised concerns about the electricity crisis which is undoubted... Read More

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    Searching for glory

    PIA was once Asia’s leading airline. Our national carrier has even helped other airlines across the world set new benchmarks. But the unfortunat... Read More

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    Man arrested for blackmailing women

    LAHORE: The FIA has arrested a person over blackmailing women by filming their inappropriate videos. According to the FIA Cyber Crimes Circle, the acc... Read More

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    Saad, Zulfi appear before NAB

    LAHORE/RAWALPINDI: PML-N leader Khawaja Saad Rafique and Zulfi Bukhari – a close friend of Prime Minister Imran Khan – separately appeared... Read More

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    No conflict ends through kinetic action alone: COAS

    WANA: Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Wednesday said that no conflict ends through kinetic operations alone, adding that there... Read More

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    A wiser protest

    Muslims all over the world must not be distracted by those mischievous acts that incite their emotions and spread disorder in Muslim-majority states. ... Read More

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    A brilliant initiative

    Tharparkar is the country’s one of the most testing place to live in as the region lacks basic necessities that can provide residents with a dec... Read More

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    Gas shortage

    The persistent problem of gas shortage has paralysed the lives of Tando Qaiser’s residents. They have complained that most of the time gas press... Read More

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    A divided alliance

    Recent developments have shown that the grand opposition alliance – formed after the July 25 elections – now stands on shaky ground. The o... Read More

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    How to raise money

    Both the city administration and other government organisations own vast areas of land that have been vacant for many years. The land, which is not in... Read More

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    Save your assets

    According to some media reports, the Imran Khan-led government is considering selling government property to raise money from the sale of property and... Read More

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    A tragic ride

    Last Sunday (July 15), a tragic accident at the Askari Amusement Park claimed the life of a teenager girl. The swing was in the mid air when it sudden... Read More

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    Career counselling

    Lack of career counselling at the college level is one of the reasons for a large number of people feeling stuck in dead end jobs. This feeling of not... Read More

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    Shady and shaky

    Peshawar’s BRT project is laced with a myriad of irregularities. This news has come as a shock for many who were under the impression that the p... Read More

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    Alternatives to cruelty

    After every six months, culling campaign is launched to bring down the number of stray dogs. Homeless dogs are either poisoned or shot dead. While the... Read More

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    Sane choices

    Election campaigns are in full swing. Political leaders are promising for things we all know they wouldn’t deliver. Unfortunately, many people s... Read More

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    Living in fear

    The recent wave of terrorism in the country calls for urgent measures by security agencies to put an end to terror attacks. The Mastung attack that to... Read More

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    Conserve water

    The water crisis in the country has alarmed everyone. Since our economy is agro-based, we have to come up with methods to ensure water conservation at... Read More

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    Mind your language

    The use of indecent language in the ongoing elections campaigns has disappointed a large number of people. Hurling baseless accusations at each other ... Read More

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    Without power

    This is to draw the attention of the Wapda authorities to the suffering of residents of Iqbal Town, Rawalpindi. Despite regular complaints, a defectiv... Read More

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    A surge in urea prices

    This is to clear the controversy that was sparked after the news relating to the surge in urea prices surfaced. In 2016, the government reduced urea p... Read More

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    Vote for me

    The election season is at its peak with political leaders leading their election campaigns with full force and rigour. The one thing which is common i... Read More

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    Rain delays

    The Educational Testing and Evaluation Agency (ETEA) entrance test 2018, organised by Khyber Medical University (KMU) in Peshawar, was scheduled to be... Read More

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    Postponed

    Abdul Wali Khan University, Mardan has postponed the BA/BSc exams and will conduct them on a date that has yet to be announced. The University of Pesh... Read More

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    Stuck in traffic

    Long gridlocks at Kacheri Chowk, Rawalpindi have now become a daily occurrence. Cars that travel along Jhelum Road to Katchery Chowk are badly affecte... Read More

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    Watch your language

    It is sad to witness Imran Khan getting carried away and calling people, who in their wisdom thought it appropriate to show solidarity with former PM ... Read More

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    No honour in killing

    Hundreds of women have been killed in our country in the name of ‘honour’. There is no justification for such practices. Women shouldn&rsq... Read More

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    What about the test?

    The tests that were conducted to fill the Tehsil Municipal Officer (TMO) post were laced with so many irregularities. The question paper was copied ve... Read More

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    Deprived of basic rights

    Residents of Larkana are deprived of basic necessities. The electricity crisis in the city has paralysed the lives of residents. In addition, heaps of... Read More

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    After the polls

    It is good to see that many political parties are taking an active part in election campaigns. Large banners with candidates’ pictures on it hav... Read More

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    Late departure

    This is to draw the attention of the KP authorities to the issue of Gomal University’s transport system. While students of almost all the depart... Read More

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    What?s on TV?

    The media is an essential mode of communication, and a judicious media conveys political narratives to people so that they can form unbiased opinions.... Read More

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    Stand firm

    The MMA, a conglomerate of six Islamic groups, was formed in 2002, and from its formation it has been restored many times. It formed its government in... Read More

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    Reality check

    Heaps of garbage near a hospital in Model Town, Lahore is an environmental threat. The revolting stench that comes from the garbage makes it impossibl... Read More

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    Act now

    The PPP and the PML-N have always remained strong contenders during the elections. But it is pitiful that both of them miserably failed in delivering ... Read More

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    No to child marriages

    Bringing an end to the practice of child marriage is one of the sustainable development goals of the UN. To achieve the targeted pace of development, ... Read More

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    Digital boards

    Unlike other cities, Larkana is far behind in terms of education. Beside other technological inventions, digital boards have been introduced in educat... Read More

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    Vote wisely

    This refers to the letter ‘Actions speak louder’ (July 13) by Hira Kiran. The writer has rightly said that politicians need to deliver on ... Read More

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    Lights out

    This is to draw the attention of the Wapda authorities to the prolonged power outages. It has been noticed that even minor faults would lead to the po... Read More

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    Animal care

    The shortage of medicines at animal hospitals in Turbat poses serious problems for people. Recently, I took my goat to the only animal hospital in the... Read More

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    Roads are blocked

    It is a common sight to see the authorities blocking roads for public until the convoy of higher officials is passed smoothly. This creates a lot of p... Read More

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    Genuine medicines

    This refers to the letter ‘Affordable treatment’ (July 13) by Shayan Raza. It is the sad truth that the healthcare sector of the country i... Read More

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    A leader?s death

    The death of ANP leader Haroon Bilour in a suicide blast in Peshawar has been a shocking incident. Haroon was a young and energetic leader and was lik... Read More

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    Better late than ever

    The country’s first-ever mechanical heart transplant was carried out at the National Institute of Cardio Vascular Diseases (NICVD) on Monday (Ju... Read More

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    When darkness falls

    The relevant authorities should do something about the lack of streetlights in Turbat. After the sun sets, the city’s streets are bathed in dark... Read More

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    Work in progress

    This refers to the letter ‘After the explosion’ (July 7) by Ashfaq Sharif. K-Electric would like to explain that unannounced loadshedding ... Read More

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    Actions speak louder

    For many, the elections season is the dream period. This is because it is only during this season when leaders visit people and listen to the problems... Read More

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