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لیجنڈ اداکار چارلی چیپلن ایک بار ایک ایسے مقابلے میں چپکے سے شریک ہوگیا جس میں درجنوں لوگوں نے اس کا روپ دھار رکھا تھا،

اس مقابلے کا نام چیپلنٹس رکھا گیا جو سب سے بہتر چارلی چیپلن کی نقل ادا کــرنے کا تھا چنانچہ تمام لوگوں نے اپنے فن کے جوہر دکھانا شروع کر دئیے

جن میں چارلی بذات خود بھی شامل تھا آخر میں جب نتائج کا اعلان ہوا تو چارلی اپنے ہی کردار کو نبھانے کے

معاملے تیسری پوزیشن حاصل کرسکا

یہ زندگی کی ایک بہت دلچسپ حقیقت ہے کہ ہم کسی کو اس کے فن کے عروج پر دیکھ کر اسے بادشاہ مان کر گھٹنے ٹیک دیتے ہیں اگر اس مقابلے میں لوگوں کو علم ہوتا کہ چارلی ان کے درمیان بذات خود موجود ہے تو شاید وہ ایسا پرفارم نہ کرپاتے،


اور چارلی صرف اس زعم میں مبتلا نہ ہوتا کہ اپنے فن میں صرف وہی سب سے بہتر ہے تو یقیناً پہلی پوزیشن کسی اور کو ہرگز ملنے نہ دیتا لہذا کامیابی کے لیے اس زعم اور وہم کو دل سے نکالنے کی کوشش کریں کہ جو آپ کر رہے ہیں وہ آپ سے بہتر کوئی نہیں کرسکتا، یا جو کوئی اور سب سے بہتر کر رہا ہے وہ آپ میں سے کوئی نہیں کر سکتا اپنی انفرادی کوشش ہر حال میں جاری رکھنی چاہئیے اور خود کو مزید بہتر سے بہتر بنانے کی کوشش کبھی ترک نہیں کرنی چاہیے.

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RAGE OF FOREST FIRE IN UTTARAKHAND:

My name is Tooba Khan from Sindh Madressatul Islam University

Forest fire can be described as an un-controlled and non-prescribed combustion or burning of plants in a natural setting. There are two causes of forest fire, first one can be natural cause and second one can be man-made cause. Many forests fire start from natural causes such as lightning, which set trees on fire and man-made causes starts when fire is caused when a source of fire like naked flame, cigarette or bidi, electric spark or any source of ignition comes into contact with inflammable material.

Uttarakhand has around 38,000 square km of forests, which is almost 71 per cent of its geographical area. Since its formation as a separate state in the year 2000. There were 470 incidents of fire in Uttarakhand’s forests between November 2020 and January 2021, and there were 989 fire incidents in the forests of the state from October 1,2020-April 4, 2021, according to forest department figures. Some 1,297.43 hectares of forest got burned down in the fires, according to the estimates. Uttarakhand has recorded 361 incidents of forest fire that have damaged 567 hectares, including 380 hectares of reserve forest areas. As forest fires rage in different parts of state, Uttarakhand Chief Minister Tirath Singh Rawat sought help from Union Home Minister Amit Shah following which the Centre has provided two MI-17 helicopters for fire-fighting, one each deployed in Kumaon, and Garhwal regions. Since 2010, 14 human deaths have occurred in forest fires in the state.Among the four who died this year, two were forest personnel. Seven districts in the state which are Pauri Garhwal, Tehri Garhwal, Dehradun, Chamoli, Rudraprayag, Nainital, and Almora — are most vulnerable to forest fires. Over 12,000 forest personnel have been deployed in fire-fighting operations across the state.Every year forest fires begin in Uttarakhand in mid-February, which is the onset of spring when the trees shed dry leaves and the soil loses moisture due to a rise in temperature. The season between winter and monsoon, referred to as the ‘forest fire season’, is now increasing. Climate change and consequently scarce rainfall in the Himalayan regions plays a huge role. This ‘forest fire season’ continues usually till mid-June in the summer. In hilly areas, the surface gets drier faster than plains due to lower accumulation of rainwater. According to experts, three factors cause spread of forest fire, one is fuel load, second is oxygen and third is temperature. Dry leaves are fuel for forest fires and its quantity this time is more than past years. According to an official, due to lockdown there was very less human movement and field activity in the forest fire season like every year when inflammable leaves and woods are collected in forest areas near human habitats. Dry leaves shed from trees in spring remained at the ground and the fuel load increased due to the same natural phenomenon in the year. And one of the main reasons which caused forest fire in Uttarakhand is that it received only 10.9 millimeters of rainfall from January-March 2021 against the usual 54.9 mm, a deficit of nearly 80 per cent. The district of Pauri, which has been most affected by fires, received the least amount of rain, a measly 3.1 mm, against the usual 36.6 mm. The deficit in Pauri has been 92 per cent.A forest official said awareness is the only solution and there should be programs to motivate local people to protect forests from fire because they act as first responder whereas the forest department has limited staff. The official added that reporting and fire management is better in reserve forest areas but facilities and manpower lack in civil areas.

Forest fire can be described as an un-controlled and non-prescribed combustion or burning of plants in a natural setting. There are two causes of forest fire, first one can be natural cause and second one can be man-made cause. Many forests fire start from natural causes such as lightning, which set trees on fire and man-made causes starts when fire is caused when a source of fire like naked flame, cigarette or bidi, electric spark or any source of ignition comes into contact with inflammable material.

Uttarakhand has around 38,000 square km of forests, which is almost 71 per cent of its geographical area. Since its formation as a separate state in the year 2000. There were 470 incidents of fire in Uttarakhand’s forests between November 2020 and January 2021, and there were 989 fire incidents in the forests of the state from October 1,2020-April 4, 2021, according to forest department figures. Some 1,297.43 hectares of forest got burned down in the fires, according to the estimates. Uttarakhand has recorded 361 incidents of forest fire that have damaged 567 hectares, including 380 hectares of reserve forest areas. As forest fires rage in different parts of state, Uttarakhand Chief Minister Tirath Singh Rawat sought help from Union Home Minister Amit Shah following which the Centre has provided two MI-17 helicopters for fire-fighting, one each deployed in Kumaon, and Garhwal regions. Since 2010, 14 human deaths have occurred in forest fires in the state.Among the four who died this year, two were forest personnel. Seven districts in the state which are Pauri Garhwal, Tehri Garhwal, Dehradun, Chamoli, Rudraprayag, Nainital, and Almora — are most vulnerable to forest fires. Over 12,000 forest personnel have been deployed in fire-fighting operations across the state.

Every year forest fires begin in Uttarakhand in mid-February, which is the onset of spring when the trees shed dry leaves and the soil loses moisture due to a rise in temperature. The season between winter and monsoon, referred to as the ‘forest fire season’, is now increasing. Climate change and consequently scarce rainfall in the Himalayan regions plays a huge role. This ‘forest fire season’ continues usually till mid-June in the summer. In hilly areas, the surface gets drier faster than plains due to lower accumulation of rainwater. According to experts, three factors cause spread of forest fire, one is fuel load, second is oxygen and third is temperature. Dry leaves are fuel for forest fires and its quantity this time is more than past years. According to an official, due to lockdown there was very less human movement and field activity in the forest fire season like every year when inflammable leaves and woods are collected in forest areas near human habitats. Dry leaves shed from trees in spring remained at the ground and the fuel load increased due to the same natural phenomenon in the year. And one of the main reasons which caused forest fire in Uttarakhand is that it received only 10.9 millimeters of rainfall from January-March 2021 against the usual 54.9 mm, a deficit of nearly 80 per cent. The district of Pauri, which has been most affected by fires, received the least amount of rain, a measly 3.1 mm, against the usual 36.6 mm. The deficit in Pauri has been 92 per cent.

A forest official said awareness is the only solution and there should be programs to motivate local people to protect forests from fire because they act as first responder whereas the forest department has limited staff. The official added that reporting and fire management is better in reserve forest areas but facilities and manpower lack in civil areas.

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