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Friday, December 31, 2010

Evening of quiet and contemplation ..Trinamul demands widen civic rift ..New Year wish by Sikkim Guv ... IT applicable in Sikkim ... Tamu Lochhar celebrated

Evening of quiet and contemplation
VIVEK CHHETRI & AVIJIT SINHA, TT, Dec. 31: Parties are galore in the hills and plains but not for Asok Bhattacharya or Bimal Gurung.
A quiet getaway for the hill leader and a few hours of Rabindrasangeet for the Siliguri minister: that’s how they planned to spend the New Year’s eve.
The Morcha president did not speak to The Telegraph, but his close friends did. They said Gurung was probably in Jamuni. “It’s his favourite haunt to unwind. He will probably meet some schoolchildren there tomorrow,” said a close confidant of Gurung. Jamuni is 10km from Darjeeling.
Party general secretary Roshan Giri, however, plans to spend a quiet evening with his family. “Tomorrow, some of my close friends will probably drop in during the day,” said Giri.
Bhattacharya said he was occupied during the day and would be late returning home. “Recently, I met Bangladeshi Rabindrasangeet singer Aditi Mohsin. She had gifted me some CDs of her songs which I plan to listen tonight,” Bhattacharya said. “I might also watch television for some time, particularly the news channels to get an overview of the events of 2010.”
Back in the hills Kurseong MLA Shanta Chhetri said she had no reason to celebrate the New Year’s eve. “I have no reasons to celebrate. My house was burnt on February 18 and my husband died on February 26. Now I am with my parents in the single room MLA hostel in Calcutta,” said the GNLF leader.
Angling new-found passion in Kalimpong
RAJEEV RAVIDAS, TT, Kalimpong, Dec. 31: From a handful of anglers till a couple of years ago, the fresh waters of Kalimpong are drawing more and more people, proving the growing popularity of sport fishing in the hills.
Even though the ideal angling season is from mid-February to mid-May, the riverbanks of the Teesta, Relli and Rishi are flooded with anglers even now. The only period when the anglers hang up their rods is the monsoon, from around mid-May till end-September when angling becomes well-nigh impossible because of rise in the water levels of the rivers.
The most popular spots for sport fishing are the confluences, where the Teesta meets other rivers. According to anglers, the best spot among the lot is Tribeni, which is the confluence of the Teesta and Rangeet. Doban at 27 Mile, where the Relli joins the Teesta, and the Teesta-Ravi Jhora confluence a few kilometres downstream are other spots frequented by the anglers.
Sport fishing also takes place in the upper reaches of the Relli, Rishi and Mam rivers. “Yes, more and more people are taking to angling today. There was a time earlier this year, a few days after the publication of a picture showing an angler with his prize catch, a golden masher, the Tribeni banks were chock-a-block with anglers. Nowadays, you see more anglers on riverbanks than in previous years,” said F.C. Lepcha, a resident of KD Pradhan Road here, who is spotted on riverbanks with a road and hook.
Veteran angler Khurshid Ahmed, who was the one to catch the prized golden masher, agreed that more people were now interested in the sport fishing. “I have been angling for close to 10 years now. Till about few years back, there were only a handful of regulars. Now I see more youngsters taking up angling,” he said.
Some of the old time anglers include MLA Gaulan Lepcha and the bursar of Dr Graham’s Homes, David Fonning.
The anglers use a hook, attached to a fishing line, which in turn is connected to a rod, to catch fish. The rods are usually fitted with a wheel that helps retrieve the catch. The hook is dressed with bait to lure the fish.
“A complete set of basic angling equipment will cost between Rs 5,000 and 8,000 in the local market. In fact, given the growing popularity of sport fishing, a one-stop destination of angling equipment opened shop at10 Mile about four months back,” said Lepcha.
As far as baits are concerned, earthworms are the most common lure used in angling worldwide. There are, however, many other items to lure the fish. “I have seen people using wide variety of baits ranging from chicken intestines, small fish, chapatti to oranges and cheese. Anglers also use artificial baits,” said Lepcha.
Not everybody, though, is happy at the site of wannabe anglers flooding the riverbanks. “Look fishing is a quiet sport requiring loads and loads of patience. However, the majority of youngsters I see do not have an iota of idea of sport fishing. For them, it is only a passing fad. They are too loud and impatient. Many a time I have had to quit angling mid-way,” said a veteran angler.
3 Killed
TT, Siliguri, Dec. 31: Three persons were mown down this evening after the driver of a truck lost control of the vehicle, which ran down and entered a poultry shop at Bhuttabari off NH31.
Police said around 6.30pm some local people had been to the shop to buy chicken. Suddenly the truck, which was travelling towards Bidhannagar, sped into the shop, killing three persons and injuring few others. One of the injured is under treatment at the North Bengal Medical College and Hospital. The deceased have been identified as Aruna Sharma, 20, Bikram Singh Thami, 30, and Krishna Dorjee, 32, all residents of Bhuttabari. After the accident , local people blocked the road for more than three hours. The blockade was lifted around 9pm with police arrival. The truck has been seized.
Smoke fine
Darjeeling: Eight persons, including five tourists, were fined for smoking at Chowrastha on Friday evening. They were slapped a spot fine of Rs 200 each.
Trinamul demands widen civic rift -Cong asked to disclose SMC activities & cash spent
TT, Siliguri, Dec. 31: The Trinamul Congress has demanded that the board of the Siliguri Municipal Corporation disclose all its activities and financial transactions, widening further the rift with the Congress whose state leaders have been told by the high command to keep the alliance with Mamata Banerjee’s party.
Earlier, Trinamul had demanded a white paper on the financial transactions of the Congress-run board that has been running the SMC for 15 months.
Darjeeling district president of Trinamul Gautam Deb, who is also the leader of the party in the SMC, today said a letter would be sent to the commissioner of the civic body, requesting him to apprise them of the activities of the present board along with allocation and utilisation of funds.
“We will send a letter to the commissioner to convene a meeting and tell us in detail the projects undertaken by the present board ever since the new mayor has taken charge,” said Deb.
The Trinamul leader also said the party had earlier demanded a white paper on financial transactions which had been ignored.
“Also, our demand to establish a separate administrative block for the 14 added wards of Jalpaiguri district has not been given any attention,” he said.
The Trinamul charges come at a time when ally Congress is trying to ensure that the alliance for the Assembly election is struck without fail. The AICC has asked the Bengal leaders to be “more tolerant and accommodative” vis-à-vis Trinamul.
“Our common goal is to put an end to the CPM’s 35-year-misrule in Bengal. And keeping this perspective in mind, both of us should stitch together (an alliance) to fulfil people’s aspirations getting over some minor hitches,” AICC general secretary K. Keshava Rao had said a week ago.
Deb alleged that the board had shown a step-motherly attitude in allocating funds to wards represented by Trinamul councillors. Citing an example, he said Rs 90 lakh had been allocated by the PWD in all the 47 wards.
“Of this, Rs 60 lakh have been allocated for the 15 Congress wards, Rs 17 lakh for wards with Trinamul councillors and Rs 13 lakh for Left Front councillors,” he said. “This is sheer bias.”
The bitterness among the two parties cropped up on October 1, when both sides fielded candidates for the posts of mayor and chairperson. The Congress bagged both the posts with the help of the CPM, leading to a rift with its ally.
Siliguri mayor Gangotri Datta brushed aside the allegations saying both Trinamul and the CPM were hindering development. “Ever since the formation of the board, both parties are posing problems. ”

What Siliguri did when 2011 struck

TT, Siliguri, Dec. 31: The air sizzled and the chill wind from the Himalayas could do little to muffle the New Year spirit as Siliguri partied under the sky and walked the ramp under dazzling arc lights.
A spread of Indian, Chinese and Continental delicacies and scintillating music kept the poolside, Enliven 2011, at Royal Sarovar rocking. Guests started pouring in from the evening.

Young and old alike hit the dance floor soon and grooved to popular remixes and live performance by 5D Fifth Dimension. Awards were given for “best couple” and “best dancers”.
Ukranian dancers kept the atmosphere charged at Indian Party League at Orchid Restaurant & Banquet in Uttorayon as the DJ belted out a mix of popular Bollywood numbers. Dance troupe Padatik put up spectacular items.
“The DJ is playing a good selection of songs and the crowd is good. We will dance through the night and bring in the New Year with near and dear ones,” a guest at Orchid said.
At Savin Kingdom’s Water Park, Munni and Shiela rocked the dance floor. The guests just couldn’t get enough of the Bollywood numbers.
Models sashayed down the ramp flaunting ethnic and western wear while Crescendo, a dance troupe, performed to hit Bollywood songs.
The crowd demanded more from the Russian belly dancers and fire jugglers.
“I have never missed year-end parties at Savin and every year the crowd gets bigger. This year, too, we are having loads of fun,” said a guest at Savin.
Sinclairs offered its guest a New Year bash with a difference. The serenity of the forests, views from atop the hilltop resort in the Dooars coupled with a bonfire gave a cosy touch to the party spirit.
Some guests lounged in the lawn and others danced around the bonfire as the DJ played a mix of oldies and latest songs. The revelry was followed by gala dinner of multi-cuisine spread.
“Guests attend the New Year bash at Sinclairs to relax and unwind and return to start the New Year refreshed”, a hotel representative said.
Ramu and trainer gel fast
TT, Alipurduar, Dec. 31: Ramu has learned commands faster than expected and has become the most obedient elephant of trainer Ravi Biswakarma.
The two-year-old makna, captured by foresters and brought to Jaldapara sanctuary a week ago, has adapted to the new surroundings and is less naughty now.
“Usually, it takes 20 days to one month for a rescued elephant calf to adjust to the new environment. They initially refuse to listen to instructions given by mahouts and try to flee. But Ramu has become calm and quiet in five days. The calf tried to free itself from the chains only on the day it was brought to the sanctuary,” said Jaldapara (east) range officer Buddhadev Mandal.
Everyday, Ramu, tied to two kunkis (trained elephants), is taken to the Jaldapara river for bath. Mahout Biswakarma scrubs the calf properly and takes it back to pilkhana (where kunkis are kept). The foresters ensured nutritious food for the animal and it is fed jackfruit, banana, rice, dal and wheat among others.
The calf, which had been isolated from its herd, was tranquillised in the Titi forest on December 23 and brought to Jaldapara. The animal was weak and moving alone in the forest. For the animal’s safety, the guards decided to capture it and train it as a kunki.
The foresters now hope Ramu will soon join the growing number of kunkis in Jaldapara. “Biswakarma gives commands and Ramu learns them fast. In the case of other calves, we had to work hard and sometimes use force to make the animals fall in line. But as far as Ramu is concerned, everything is going on very smoothly. I think Ramu has become calm because it always sees three-four elephants before it and feels secure,” said Mandal.

निर्वाणको रात   - Raja Puniani         

घरि पछिल्तिरबाट उड़ी आएका अबला चराहरू हेर्‍यौ
घरि तिमजस्तै चुपो लागेर उभिएक उपेक्षित रूलाई हेर्‍यौ
घरि एकएक गर्दै बत्त बल्न लागेक टुहुरो गाउँलाई हेर्‍यौ
र लामो एउटा सुसकेरा हालेपछि तिमले भन्यौ-
मेर दुख आकाशको छातीमा झुण्डिएको नको गह्रौं ढुङ्गा हो
जब संसारको शरीरभरि छताछुल्ल पोखियो त्यो ज
र संसारको छिद्रछिद्रबाट दुखको रस भिज्यो
त्यसैबेला हाम्रो हजारौं दुखको एउटा गर्भधान भयो
र टाढ़ा न्यतिर आँखा राख्दै दिक्क मानेर तिमले भन्यौ-
यो संसार पसना झर्नेहरूको होन रहे

जब घटनाजस्तै अनुहार भएको रातको
कौतुहलयुक्त आँखा फरफरिन थाले
यो गर्भवती संसारले जन्म दियो मौनताको मुखबाट
आवाजको एउटा शिशुलाई

अनि त त्यो शिशुसँगै जताततै जन्मन थाले
आस्थाका शिशुहरू
ह्वानका शिशुहरू
आरोहणक शिशुहरू

हेर्दाहेर्दै शिशुरू बामे सर्न थाले
रून, हाँस्न, रिसाउन, बोल्न र सोध्न थाले
शिशुहरु बिस्तार तरुणतरुणी भए
भोग्ने भए, बुझ्ने भएछाती फुकाएर हिँड़्ने भए
दुखको छाती समाएर घचघचाउने भए
हिजोका भूलहरू सच्याउने भए
भोलिक सपनाका गीत गुनगुनाउने भए
आजको कठघरामा ढँटुवा इतिहासलाई उभ्याउने भए

उनरू छाती फुकाएर हिँड़्दा
तिम्रो छाती आकाश भयो
तिम्रो छातीमा चराले चिरबिर गर्न थाल्यो
तिम्रो छाती बल्ल छातीजस्तै भयो

उनीहरू शिर ठाड़ो पारेर हिँड़्दा
तिम्रो छाती कञ्चनजङ्गा भयो
तिम्रो शिरमा ढकमक्क सयपत्री फुल्न थाल्यो
तिम्रो शिर बल्ल शिरजस्तै देखियो

र ढुक्कको लामो सास तानेर तिमले भन्यौ-
मेरो सङ्घर्ष आकाशको छातीमा फुलेको नको सेतो फूल हो

अन्त्यमा तिमले भन्यौ-
यो संसार हार मान्नेरूको होइन रहे
यो संसार पछि जानेरूको होइन रहे
साँच्चै, यो संसार त हाम्रै पो रहे
New Year wish by Sikkim Guv 
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