Kenwood BL710 series Instructions Manual

Instructions Manual for Kenwood BL710 series Blender (14 pages)

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  • Category of Device: Blender
  • Document: BL710 series, File Type: PDF Instructions Manual
  • Updated: 10-03-2024
  • Count of Pages: 14
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  • Page 1:

    BL710 series

    instructions

    HEAD OFFICE: Kenwood Limited, 1-3 Kenwood Business Park, New Lane, Havant, Hampshire PO9 2NH

    40669/3

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    general safety

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    Read these instructions carefully and retain

    for future reference.

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    Remove all packaging and any labels.

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    Switch off and unplug:

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    before fitting or removing parts;

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    when not in use;

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    before cleaning.

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    Never fit the blade unit to the power

    unit without the blender goblet or

    mill jar fitted.

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    Always unplug the appliance before putting

    your hands or utensils in the goblet.

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    Always take care when handling the blade

    assembly and avoid touching the cutting

    edge of the blades when cleaning.

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    Only operate the blender with the lid and filler

    cap in place.

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    Only use the goblet with the blade assembly

    supplied.

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    Never let the power unit, cord or plug get

    wet.

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    Never use a damaged appliance. Get it

    checked or repaired: see ‘service and

    customer care’.

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    Never use an unauthorised attachment.

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    Never leave the appliance unattended when

    it is operating.

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    When removing the blender or mill from the

    power unit:

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    wait until the blades have completely

    stopped;

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    don’t accidentally unscrew the goblet or

    mill jar from the blade assembly.

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    Never run the blender empty.

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    Never blend more than the maximum

    capacity stated in the recommended speed

    chart.

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    To ensure long life of your blender, do not run

    it for longer than 60 seconds or the mill for

    longer than 30 seconds.

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    Smoothie recipes - never blend frozen

    ingredients that have formed a solid mass

    during freezing, break it up before adding to

    the goblet.

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    SCALD RISK: Hot ingredients should be

    allowed to cool to room temperature before

    blending.

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    Don’t use the blender as a storage container.

    Keep it empty before and after use.

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    Always use the blender on a secure, dry level

    surface.

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    Never place this appliance on or near a hot

    gas or electric burner or where it could touch

    a heated appliance.

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    Misuse of your blender can result in injury.

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    Children should be supervised to ensure that

    they do not play with the appliance.

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    This appliance shall not be used by children.

    Keep the appliance and its cord out of reach

    of children.

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    Appliances can be used by persons with

    reduced physical, sensory or mental

    capabilities or lack of experience and

    knowledge if they have been given

    supervision or instruction concerning use of

    the appliance in a safe way and if they

    understand the hazards involved.

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    Only use the appliance for its intended

    domestic use. Kenwood will not accept any

    liability if the appliance is subject to improper

    use, or failure to comply with these

    instructions.

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    The maximum rating is based on the

    attachment that draws the greatest load.

    Other attachments may draw less power.

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    safety

    IMPORTANT: HOT

    BLENDING

    INSTRUCTIONS

    To minimise the possibility of scalding when

    blending hot ingredients keep hands and

    other exposed skin away from the lid to

    prevent possible burns. The following

    precautions must be observed:

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    CAUTION: Blending very hot

    ingredients may result in hot liquid

    and steam being forced suddenly

    past the lid or filler cap .

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    We recommend that hot

    ingredients are allowed to cool

    before blending.

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    NEVER exceed 1200ml / 5 cups capacity

    if processing hot liquids, such as soups

    (refer to the markings on the goblet).

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    ALWAYS commence blending at a low

    speed and gradually increase the speed.

    NEVER blend hot liquids by using the

    Pulse setting.

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    Liquids which tend to foam such as milk,

    should be limited to a maximum capacity

    of 1000ml/4 cups.

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    Take care when handling the blender as

    the goblet and its contents will be very hot.

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    Take particular care when removing the lid.

    The lid is designed to be a tight fit to

    prevent leakage. If necessary protect your

    hands with a cloth or oven gloves when

    handling.

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    Ensure the goblet is securely attached to

    the base and when removing from the

    appliance, guide the base and ensure it is

    removed together with the goblet.

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    Ensure that the lid and filler cap are

    securely in place before every blending

    operation.

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    Always ensure that the vents in the filler

    cap are clear before every blending

    operation .

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    When fitting the lid to the goblet always

    ensure that the lid and goblet rim are clean

    and dry to ensure a good seal and prevent

    spillage.

    5

    before plugging in

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    Make sure your electricity supply is

    the same as the one shown on the

    underside of the appliance.

    Important - UK only

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    The wires in the cord are coloured

    as follows:

    Blue = Neutral

    Brown = Live.

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    The appliance must be protected by

    a 13A approved (BS1362) fuse.

    Note:

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    For non-rewireable plugs the fuse

    cover MUST be refitted when

    replacing the fuse. If the fuse cover

    is lost then the plug must not be

    used until a replacement can be

    obtained. The correct fuse cover is

    identified by colour and a

    replacement may be obtained from

    your Kenwood Authorised Repairer

    (see Service).

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    If a non-rewireable plug is cut off it

    must be DESTROYED

    IMMEDIATELY. An electric shock

    hazard may arise if an unwanted

    non-rewireable plug is inadvertently

    inserted into a 13A socket outlet.

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    This appliance conforms to EC

    directive 2004/108/EC on

    Electromagnetic Compatibility and

    EC regulation no. 1935/2004 of

    27/10/2004 on materials intended

    for contact with food.

    Use your blender for soups, drinks,

    pâtés, mayonnaise, breadcrumbs,

    biscuit crumbs, chopping nuts and

    crushing ice. Use your mill (if

    supplied) for milling herbs, nuts,

    coffee beans and purées.

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    efore using for the first time

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    Wash the parts: see ‘care and

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    leaning’.

    key

    blender

    filler cap

    lid

     goblet

     sealing ring

     blade unit

     base

     cord storage

     speed + pulse control

     power unit

     vents

    mill (if supplied)

     mill jar

     mill lid

    to use your blender

    1 Fit the sealing ring  into the blade

    unit  - ensuring the seal is located

    correctly in the grooved area.

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    Leaking will occur if the seal

    is damaged or incorrectly

    fitted.

    2 Clip the blade unit  into the base

    .

    3 Screw the blade assembly onto the

    goblet – ensuring the blade

    assembly is fully tightened. Refer to

    the graphics on the underside of the

    blade unit as follows:

    - unlocked position

    - locked position

    4 Put your ingredients into the goblet.

    5 Fit the filler cap to the lid and push

    down to secure.

    6 Fit the lid by pushing down until

    secure.

    7 Place the blender onto the power

    unit.

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    The appliance won’t work if

    the blender is incorrectly

    fitted.

    8 Plug in and select a speed (refer to

    the recommended speed chart).

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    Select speed 1 (low) to 5 (High) by

    turning the speed control. At the end

    of blending return the speed control

    to “0” before removing the blender.

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    P) Pulse – operates the motor in a

    start/stop action. The pulse will

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    perate for as long as it is held in

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    osition.

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    ints

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    To blend dry ingredients - cut into

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    ieces, remove the filler cap, then

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    ith the machine running, drop the

    pieces down one by one. Keep your

    hand over the opening. For best

    results empty regularly.

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    The processing of spices is not

    recommended as they may damage

    the plastic parts.

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    When making mayonnaise, put all

    the ingredients, except the oil, into

    the blender. Remove the filler cap.

    Then, with the appliance running,

    add the oil slowly through the hole in

    the lid.

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    Thick mixtures, e.g. pâtés and dips,

    may need scraping down. If the

    mixture is difficult to process, add

    more liquid.

    to use your mill (if supplied)

    1 Put your ingredients into the jar. Fill it

    no more than half full.

    2 Fit the sealing ring  into the blade

    unit  - ensuring the seal is located

    correctly in the grooved area.

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    Leaking will occur if the seal

    is damaged or incorrectly

    fitted.

    3 Clip the blade unit  into the base

    .

    4 Turn the mill blade assembly upside

    down. Lower it into the jar ,

    blades down. Turn in a clockwise

    direction to lock.

    5 Place the mill onto the power unit.

    6 Select a speed or use the pulse

    control (refer to the recommended

    speed chart).

    7 After milling, you can replace the

    blade assembly with the mill lid .

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    7

    care and cleaning

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    Always switch off, unplug and

    dismantle before cleaning.

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    Empty the goblet before unscrewing

    it from the blade unit.

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    Don’t immerse the blade unit in

    water.

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    The goblet can be washed in your

    dishwasher.

    power unit

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    Wipe with a damp cloth, then dry.

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    Don’t immerse the power unit in

    water.

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    Store excess cord in the storage

    area at the back of the power

    unit .

    blade assembly

    1 Unscrew the blender or mill base

    from the goblet/jar. Then remove the

    blade unit by pushing up from

    underneath.

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    Care should be taken when

    removing the blade unit from

    the base.

    2 Remove and wash the sealing ring.

    3 Don’t touch the sharp blades –

    brush them clean using hot soapy

    water, then rinse thoroughly under

    the tap. Don’t immerse the

    blade unit in water.

    4 Leave to dry upside down.

    other parts

    Wash by hand, then dry.

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    ecommended speed chart

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    peed usage/food items quantity recommended

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    ax. operating time

    1 - 3 Frothing milk 1 litre 10 seconds

    Light mixes e.g. batters and 1 litre 30 seconds

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    ilkshakes

    4 - 5 C

    old liquids 1.6 litres 15-60 seconds

    Drinks and cocktails

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    hicker mixes e.g. pâtés

    Stock based soups 1.2 litre 30 seconds

    Soups using milk 1 litre

    We recommend that hot ingredients are allowed to cool

    before blending.

    However should you wish to process hot ingredients

    please read the Hot Blending Safety instructions.

    Mayonnaise 3 eggs + 60 seconds

    450ml oil

    Smoothie drinks 1 litre liquid 30-60 seconds

    Place the fresh fruit and liquid

    ingredients in first (includes yoghurt,

    milk and fruit juices).

    Then add ice or frozen ingredients

    (includes frozen fruit, ice or

    ice cream)

    5 Mill - use for

    Herbs, 10g 10 seconds

    Nuts, coffee beans, baby food and

    fruit purées 100g 30 seconds

    Uncooked meat 100g 5 seconds

    Beef steak - cut into 2

    1

    ⁄2cm cubes

    (P) Operates the motor in a start/stop action. The pulse will operate for

    pulse as long as it is held in position.

    Ice crushing - operate the pulse in 6 cubes 30 seconds

    short bursts until crushed to the 120g

    desired consistency.

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    service and customer

    care

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    If the cord is damaged it must, for

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    afety reasons, be replaced by

    KENWOOD or an authorised

    KENWOOD repairer.

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    f you need help with:

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    using your appliance or

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    servicing, spare parts or repairs (in or

    out of guarantee)

     call Kenwood customer care on 023

    9239 2333. Have your model

    number (e.g. BL710) and date

    code (5 digit code e.g. 13L35)

    ready. They are on the underside of

    the power unit.

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    spares and attachments

     call 0844 557 3653.

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    other countries

    Contact the shop where you bought

    your appliance.

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    Designed and engineered by

    Kenwood in the UK.

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    Made in China.

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    MPORTANT INFORMATION FOR

    CORRECT DISPOSAL OF THE

    P

    RODUCT IN ACCORDANCE

    W

    ITH EC DIRECTIVE

    2002/96/EC.

    At the end of its working life, the product

    must not be disposed of as urban

    waste.

    It must be taken to a special local

    authority differentiated waste collection

    centre or to a dealer providing this

    service.

    Disposing of a household appliance

    separately avoids possible negative

    consequences for the environment and

    health deriving from inappropriate

    disposal and enables the constituent

    materials to be recovered to obtain

    significant savings in energy and

    resources. As a reminder of the need to

    dispose of household appliances

    separately, the product is marked with

    a crossed-out wheeled dustbin.

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    ≠w –∞p, «∞e°UœÍ Ë«∞∫KOV Ë´BUzd «∞Hu«Øt).

    £r √{OHw «∞∏KZ √Ë «∞LJu≤U‹ «∞LπLb… (°LU ≠w –∞p,

    «∞Hu«Øt «∞LπLb… Ë«∞∏KZ √Ë «ü¥f Ød¥r).

    5 «∞LD∫MW - «ß∑ªb±ONU ±l «_´AU» Ë«∞LJºd«‹ 01 ¨d«Â 01 £u«Ê

    Ë•∂u» «∞INu… ˨c«¡ «∞DHq ˱NdË” «∞Hu«Øt 001 ¨d«Â 03 £U≤OW

    «∞K∫r ¨Od «∞LDNw 001 ¨d«Â 5 £u«Ê

    ®d¥∫W «∞K∫r «∞∂IdÍ -

    ÆDFONU ≈∞v ±JF∂U‹ °Du‰ 5\2 ßr.

    (P) ¥FLq «∞Lu¢u¸ ≠w Åu¸… œË¸… ±∑IDFW ±s «∞∑AGOq Ë«ù¥IU· .¥FLq «∞πNU“ ≠w Ë{l

    ¢AGOq «∞∑AGOq «∞M∂Cw («∞L∑IDl) ©U∞LU ¢r {∂j «∞πNU“ ´Kv «∞∑AGOq ≠w ≥c« «∞u{l.

    ≤∂Cw

    ( ±∑IDl)

    §d‘ «∞∏KZ - «ß∑ªb±w Ë{l «∞∑AGOq 6 ±JF∂U‹ 03 £U≤OW

    «∞M∂Cw ∞∫Os «∞∫Bu‰ ´Kv Æu«Â «∞πd‘ 021 ¨d«Â

    «∞LDKu».

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    «ß∑ªb«Â «∞ªö◊

    1 ¸Ø∂w •KIW «ù•JU ´Kv Ë•b… «∞AHd«‹

    - ±l «∞∑QØb ±s «ß∑Id«¸ •KIW «ù•JUÂ

    ≠w ±u{FNU °AJq Å∫O` œ«îq «∞∑πu¥n.

    l

    ≈–« ØU≤X •KIW «ù•JU ¢U∞HW √Ë ¨Od

    ±∫JLW °AJq Å∫O` ≠ºu· ¥∫bÀ

    ¢ºd¥∂UÎ.

    2 £∂∑w Ë•b… «∞AHd«‹ ´Kv «∞IU´b… .

    3 «¸°Dw Ë•b…

    «∞AHd«‹ ≠w «∞b˸‚ - ±l «∞∑QØb ±s ¸°j

    ±πLu´W «∞AHd«‹ °S•JUÂ. ¸«§Fw «∞dßuÂ

    «∞∑u{O∫OW «∞Lu§uœ… ´Kv «∞πU≤V «∞ºHKw

    ∞u•b… «∞AHd«‹ Ë≥w ØU∞∑U∞w:

    ±u{l «∞H∑`

    ±u{l «∞IHq

    4 {Fw ±Ju≤U¢p °b«îq «∞b˸‚.

    5 ¸Ø∂w ≠∑∫W «∞∑F∂µW ´Kv «∞GDU¡ «∞FKuÍ

    Ë«{GDw ´KONU _ßHq ∞∑º∑Id ≠w

    ±u{FNU.

    6 ¸Ø∂w «∞GDU¡ «∞FKuÍ °U∞CGj ´KOt •∑v

    ¥º∑Id ≠w ±u{Ft.

    7 {Fw «∞ªö◊ ´Kv Ë•b… «∞DUÆW («∞Lu¢u¸).

    l

    ∞s ¥FLq «∞πNU“ ≠w •U∞W ¢dØOV

    «∞ªö◊ °AJq ¨Od Å∫O`.

    8 ËÅKw «∞πNU“ °LBb¸ «∞∑OU¸ «∞JNd°w

    Ë•bœÍ «∞ºd´W «∞LDKu°W (¸«§Fw §bˉ

    «∞ºd´U‹ «∞LuÅv °NU).

    l

    •bœÍ «∞ºd´W «∞LDKu°W ±s «∞ºd´W 1

    («∞LMªHCW) ≈∞v «∞ºd´W 5 («∞FU∞OW) ±s

    îö‰ œË¸«Ê Æd’ «∞∑∫Jr ≠w «∞ºd´W. ≠w

    ≤NU¥W ´LKOW «∞ªKj, √´ObÍ Æd’ «∞∑∫Jr ≠w

    «∞ºd´U‹ ≈∞v «∞u{l "

    0" Æ∂q ≈“«∞W «∞ªö◊.

    l

    “¸ «∞∑AGOq «∞M∂Cw (P) - ¥AGq «∞Lu¢u¸

    °Dd¥IW ¢dœœ¥W ¢AGOq/≈¥IU·. ¥FLq Ë{l

    «∞∑AGOq «∞M∂Cw ©U∞LU ¢r «∞CGj ´Kv “¸

    ≥c« «∞u{l.

    ±ö•EU‹ ±HOb…

    l

    ∞ªKj ±Ju≤U‹ §U≠W - ÆDÓFONU ≈∞v √§e«¡

    ÅGOd… £r √“¥Kw ¨DU¡ ≠∑∫W «∞∑F∂µW

    Ë√ßIDONU ÆDFW ¢Ku «_îdÈ √£MU¡ ¢AGOq

    «∞πNU“. √°Iw ¥b¥p ≠u‚ «∞H∑∫W. ∞K∫Bu‰

    ´Kv √≠Cq «∞M∑UzZ √≠d¨w «∞L∫∑u¥U‹ °AJq

    ±M∑Er.

    l

    ô ¥uÅv °D∫s «∞∑u«°q ≠Ib ¢RœÍ ≈∞v

    ≈•b«À √{d«¸ °U_§e«¡ «∞∂öß∑OJOW.

    l

    ´Mb ¢∫COd «∞LU¥u≤Oe, {Fw Øq «∞LJu≤U‹

    ≠w «∞ªö◊ ´b« «∞e¥X. √“¥Kw ¨DU¡ ≠∑∫W

    «∞∑F∂µW. £r Å∂Òw «∞e¥X °Dd¥IW °DOµW ±s

    îö‰ «∞H∑∫W «∞Lu§uœ… ≠w «∞GDU¡ «∞FKuÍ

    √£MU¡ ¢AGOq «∞πNU“.

    l

    Æb ¢∫∑Uà «∞ªKDU‹ «∞ºLOJW ±∏q «∞LFπMU‹

    «∞NAW Ë«∞LGLußU‹ ≈∞v ¢IDOl. ≈–« ˧b‹

    ÅFu°W ≠w ¢∫COd≥U, √{OHw «∞Le¥b ±s

    «∞ºu«zq.

    ôß∑ªb«Â «∞LD∫MW

    (≈–« ¢r ¢eË¥b≥U)

    1 {Fw ±Ju≤U¢p °b«îq «ù≤U¡. ≈±KµONU °LU ô

    ¥e¥b ´Kv «∞MBn.

    2 ¸Ø∂w •KIW «ù•JU ´Kv Ë•b… «∞AHd«‹

    - ±l «∞∑QØb ±s «ß∑Id«¸ •KIW «ù•JUÂ

    ≠w ±u{FNU °AJq Å∫O` œ«îq «∞∑πu¥n.

    l

    ≈–« ØU≤X •KIW «ù•JU ¢U∞HW √Ë ¨Od

    ±∫JLW °AJq Å∫O` ≠ºu· ¥∫bÀ

    ¢ºd¥∂UÎ.

    3 £∂∑w Ë•b… «∞AHd«‹ ´Kv «∞IU´b… .

    4 «ÆK∂w Ë•b… ®Hd«‹ «∞LD∫MW. {FONU œ«îq

    Ë´U¡ «∞D∫s °∫OY ¥JuÊ «¢πUÁ «∞AHd«‹

    _ßHq. ∞Hw Ë•b… «∞AHd«‹ ≠w «¢πUÁ

    ´IU¸» «∞ºU´W •∑v ¥∑r ÆHKNU ≠w ±u{FNU

    °AJq ßKOr.

    5 {Fw «∞LD∫MW ´Kv Ë•b… «∞DUÆW («∞Lu¢u¸).

    6 •bœÍ «∞ºd´W «∞LDKu°W (¸«§Fw §bˉ

    «∞ºd´U‹ «∞LuÅv °NU) √Ë «ß∑ªb±w ¢∫Jr

    «∞∑AGOq «∞M∂Cw («∞∑AGOq «∞L∑IDl).

    7 °Fb ´LKOW «∞D∫s, ¥LJMp «ß∑∂b«‰ ±πLu´W

    «∞AHd«‹ °GDU¡ «∞LD∫MW .

    31

  • Page 12:

    l

    ¢uîw °U∞m «∞∫c¸ ´Mb ≈“«∞W «∞GDU¡ «∞FKuÍ. ÅLr

    «∞GDU¡ «∞FKuÍ ∞O∑r ¢dØO∂t °S•JU ∞∑πMV •bËÀ √Í

    ¢ºd». ≈–« œ´X «∞Cd˸…, «ß∑ªb±w ÆDFW ±s

    «∞ILU‘ √Ë ÆHU“«‹ «∞HdÊ ∞∫LU¥W ¥b¥p ´Mb «∞∑FU±q

    ±l «∞GDU¡ «∞FKuÍ.

    l

    ¢QØbÍ ±s ¢dØOV «∞b˸‚ °S•JU ´Kv «∞IU´b… Ë´Mb

    ≈“«∞W «∞πNU“ ˧Nw «∞IU´b… Ë¢QØbÍ ±s ≈“«∞∑NU ±l

    «∞b˸‚ ßu¥UÎ.

    l

    ¢QØbÍ ±s ¢dØOV «∞GDU¡ «∞FKuÍ Ë≠∑∫W «∞∑F∂µW ≠w

    ±u{FNLU °AJq Å∫O` Ë≈•JU Æ∂q Øq ±d… ¢Iu±w

    ≠ONU °Uß∑ªb«Â «∞ªö◊.

    l

    ¢QØbÍ œ«zLU ±s ´b «≤ºb«œ ≠∑∫U‹ «∞∑Nu¥W

    «∞Lu§uœ… ≠w ≠∑∫W «∞∑Nu¥W ≠w Øq ±d… ¢Iu±w ≠ONU

    °Uß∑ªb«Â «∞ªö◊ (¸«§Fw «∞AJq ).

    l

    ´Mb ¢dØOV «∞GDU¡ «∞FKuÍ ´Kv «∞b˸‚ ¢QØbÍ œ«zLUÎ

    ±s ≤EU≠W «∞GDU¡ «∞FKuÍ Ë•U≠W «∞b˸‚ ˧HHONLU

    ∞K∑QØb ±s «∞∑dØOV °S•JU ˱Ml •bËÀ √Í ¢MU£d.

    21

    Æ∂q ¢uÅOq «∞πNU“ °LBb¸ «∞∑OU¸

    «∞JNd°w

    l

    ¥πV «∞∑QØb ±s ¢LU£q ±u«ÅHU‹ «∞LBb¸

    «∞JNd°w ±l «∞Lu«ÅHU‹ «∞Lu{∫W ´Kv

    «∞πU≤V «∞ºHKw ∞KπNU“.

    l

    ¥∑u«≠o ≥c« «∞πNU“ ±l ¢u§ONU‹ «ô¢∫Uœ

    «_˸˰w

    CE/801/4002 °AQÊ «∞∑u«≠o

    «∞JNd˱GMU©Oºw Ë¢MEOLU‹ «ô¢∫Uœ

    «_˸˰w ¸Ær

    4002/5391 «∞BUœ¸… °∑U¸¥a

    72/01/4002 Ë«∞L∑FKIW °U∞Lu«œ

    «∞L∑ö±ºW ±l «_©FLW.

    «ß∑ªb±w «∞ªö◊ ∞∑∫COd «∞∫ºU¡

    Ë«∞LAdË°U‹ Ë«∞LFπMU‹ Ë«∞LU¥u≤Oe

    Ëغd«‹ «∞ª∂e Ëغd«‹ «∞∂ºJu¥X

    Ë¢∫COd «∞LJºd«‹ ˧d‘ «∞∏KZ.

    «ß∑ªb±w «∞LD∫MW (≠w •U∞W ¢eË¥b≥U)

    ∞D∫s «_´AU» Ë«∞LJºd«‹ Ë•∂u» «∞INu…

    Ë«∞LNdËßU‹.

    Æ∂q «ß∑ªb«Â «∞πNU“ ∞KLd… «_Ë∞v

    l

    «¨ºKw «_§e«¡ «∞LºLuÕ °GºKNU: ¸«§Fw

    ƺr "«∞FMU¥W Ë«∞∑MEOn".

    «∞b∞Oq

    «∞ªö◊

    ¨DU¡ ≠∑∫W «∞∑F∂µW

    ¨DU¡

    «∞b˸‚

    ©u‚ «ù•JUÂ

    Ë•b… «∞AHd«‹

    «∞IU´b…

    ±JUÊ ¢ªe¥s «∞ºKp

    Ë•b… «∞∑∫Jr ≠w «∞ºd´W + «∞M∂i

    Ë•b… «∞DUÆW

    ≠∑∫U‹ «∞∑Nu¥W

    «∞LD∫MW (≠w •U∞W ¢eË¥b≥U)

    ≈≤U¡ «∞LD∫MW

    «∞GDU¡ «∞FKuÍ ∞KLD∫MW

  • Page 13:

    l

    ¢F∑Lb «∞ºFW «∞IBuÈ ´Kv «∞LK∫o «∞Lº∑ªb ˫∞cÍ

    ¥º∑Lb •Lq √Ø∂d. °Fi ±s «∞LK∫IU‹ «_îdÈ Æb

    ¢º∑Lb •Lq √Æq.

    11

    ∞ºö±∑p

    ≥UÂ: ¢FKOLU‹ îUÅW °ªKj «∞LJu≤U‹

    «∞ºUîMW

    ∞∑πMV ≈ÅU°∑p °QÍ •dË‚ §Kb¥W √£MU¡ «∞ªKj, «°FbÍ

    ¥b¥p Ë√§e«¡ §ºLp «∞Id¥∂W ±s «∞GDU¡ «∞FKuÍ ∞∑HUœÍ

    •bËÀ √Í •dË‚ §Kb¥W ±LJMW.

    ¥πV «ô∞∑e«Â °Uù¸®Uœ«‹ «∞uÆUzOW «∞∑U∞OW:

    l

    ¢M∂Ot: îKj «∞LJu≤U‹ ®b¥b… «∞ºªu≤W Æb

    ¥M∑Z ´Mt îdËà ßu«zq ßUîMW Ë√°ªd… ≠πQ…

    ±s îö‰ «∞GDU¡ «∞FKuÍ √Ë ≠∑∫W «∞∑F∂µW .

    l

    ≤MB` °∑d„ «∞LJu≤U‹ «∞ºUîMW ∞Jw ¢∂dœ

    Æ∂q îKDNU.

    l

    ¥∫c¸ ¢πUË“ ßFW 0021 ±q/ 5 √Øu«» ´Mb îKj

    ßu«zq ßUîMW ±∏q «∞∫ºU¡ (¸«§Fw «∞Fö±U‹

    «∞Lu{∫W ´Kv «∞b˸‚).

    l

    «°bzw «∞ªKj œ«zLUÎ ´Kv ßd´W ±MªHCW £r “¥bÍ

    «∞ºd´W ¢b¸¥πOUÎ. ¥∫c¸ îKj «∞ºu«zq «∞ºUîMW

    °Uß∑ªb«Â ≈´b«œ «∞∑AGOq «∞M∂Cw («∞L∑IDl).

    l

    «∞ºu«zq «∞∑w ¢RœÍ ≈∞v ¢Ju¥s ¸¨u… ´Mb îKDNU ±∏q

    «∞∫KOV, ¥πV √ô ¢∑πUË“ ØLO∑NU ßFW 0001 ±q/4

    √Øu«».

    l

    ¢uîw «∞∫c¸ ´s «∞∑FU±q ±l «∞ªö◊ Ë«∞b˸‚ •OY

    √Ê «∞ªö◊ Ë«∞b˸‚ ˱∫∑u¥U¢t ß∑JuÊ §LOFNU

    ßUîMW.

  • Page 14:

    l

    ¥∫c¸ ¢AGOq «∞ªö◊ ≠U¸¨UÎ.

    l

    ô ¢Iu±w °S§d«¡ ´LKOW ±eà ±∑πUË“… «∞∫b «_ÆBv

    ∞KºFW «∞L∫bœ… ≠w §bˉ «∞ºd´U‹ «∞LuÅv °NU.

    l

    ù©U∞W ´Ld «∞ªö◊, ô ¢∑dØOt ¥FLq ∞Lb… ¢∑πUË“ 06

    £U≤OW Ëô ¢∑dØw «∞LD∫MW ¢FLq ∞Lb… ¢∑πUË“ 03 £U≤OW.

    l

    °U∞Mº∂W ∞uÅHU‹ «∞LAdË°U‹ «∞LªHuÆW –«‹ «∞d¨u… - ô

    ¢ªKDw «∞LJu≤U‹ «∞LπLb… «∞∑w ¢∫u∞X ≈∞v Ø∑KW ÅK∂W

    √£MU¡ «∞∑πLOb, Ë∞Js ≥ALONU ≈∞v √§e«¡ Æ∂q ≈{U≠∑NU

    ≈∞v «∞b˸‚.

    l

    ±ªU©d «∞∑Fd÷ ∞∫dË‚: °πV «∞ºLUÕ °∑∂d¥b

    «∞LJu≤U‹ «∞ºUîMW ≈∞v œ¸§W •d«¸… «∞Gd≠W Æ∂q ´LKOW

    «∞ªKj.

    l

    ô ¢º∑ªb±w «∞ªö◊ Ø∫UË¥W ¢ªe¥s. •U≠Ew ´Kv

    «∞b˸‚ ≠U¸¨UÎ Æ∂q Ë°Fb «ôß∑ªb«Â.

    l

    «ß∑ªb±w «∞ªö◊ œ«zLUÎ ´Kv ßD` √±s ˧U·.

    l

    ô ¢CFw «∞πNU“ ´Kv √Ë °U∞Id» ±s ±uÆb ¨U“Í ßUîs

    √Ë ®FKW ØNd°UzOW √Ë ≠w √Í ±JUÊ ¥∑ö±f ≠Ot «∞πNU“

    ±l §NU“ ßUîs.

    l

    Æb ¥RœÍ ßu¡ «ß∑ªb«Â «∞ªö◊ ≈∞v •bËÀ ≈ÅU°U‹.

    l

    ¥πV «ù®d«· ´Kv «_©HU‰ ∞K∑QØb ±s ´b ´∂∏Nr

    °U∞πNU“.

    l

    ô ¥πu“ «ß∑ªb«Â ≥c« «∞πNU“ ±s Æ∂q «_©HU‰. «•∑HEw

    °U∞πNU“ Ë«∞ºKp «∞JNd°w °FOb«Î ´s ±∑MUˉ «_©HU‰.

    l

    ¥LJs «ß∑ªb«Â «_§Ne… ±s Æ∂q √®ªU’ –ËÍ Æb¸«‹

    §ºb¥W √Ë •ºOW √Ë ´IKOW ±MªHCW ˱Ls ≥r œËÊ î∂d…

    √Ë ±Fd≠W °Uß∑ªb«Â «_§Ne… ≠w •U∞W ±M∫Nr «∞∑FKOLU‹

    «∞ªUÅW °Uôß∑ªb«Â √Ë «ù®d«· ´KONr °∫OY ¥LJMNr

    «ß∑ªb«±t °Dd¥IW ¬±MW ±l ≈œ¸«„ «∞LªU©d «∞∑w ¢MDuÍ

    ´Kv «ß∑ªb«Â «∞πNU“.

    l

    «ß∑ªb±w «∞πNU“ ≠Ij ≠w «ôß∑ªb«±U‹ «∞LMe∞OW

    «∞LªBh ∞NU. ∞s ¢∑∫Lq ®dØW doowneK √¥W

    ±ºµu∞OW ≠w •U∞W «ß∑ªb«Â «∞πNU“ °Dd¥IW ¨Od

    Å∫O∫W √Ë ´b «ô±∑∏U‰ ∞K∑FKOLU‹ «∞LcØu¸….

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