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The NDA Government will complete its term. The Ayodhya dispute will be solved amicably. Want to know more about the good things in store for all of us? Just ask Professor Kutty Swami, now set to enter the Guinness Book of Records... .


Prof. T.M.R. Kutty Swami

A RENOWNED palmist, Professor T.M.R. Kutty Swami of Kerala will soon enter the Guinness Book of Records for predicting the future of one million peopke the world over. A phenomenal success in the fields of astrology, palmistry and numerology, Prof. Kutty has predicted the lives of several political leaders in India and abroad.

An ardent devotee of Lord Murugan, Prof. Kutty follows the `prasnam' method of predicting things through `physiognomy' -- reading the person by looking at his face. He also measures fingers, palm and the body and gives instant reading.Further he has practised a unique method of giving predictions through telephone on hearing the person's voice from the other side.

Prof. Kutty had correctly predicted the assassination of the former Prime Minister, Rajiv Gandhi and the Gujarat earthquake last year. Talking to The Hindu in Delhi this past week, Prof. Kutty said that the NDA Government led by Atal Behari Vajpayee would complete its five-year term without much difficulty.

In the 2004 elections, Congress would capture power and its President Sonia Gandhi would have a very good opportunity to become the Prime Minister and her daughter Priyanka Gandhi would succeed her.

Asked about chances of Indo-Pak conflict, he said there was no chance for a war at the moment. However, General Musharraf, he said was facing a bad situation for the next 15 months and it would be very difficult for him to wriggle out of the problems.

He said though Pakistan militants were trying to prevent holding of Assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir, they would be held without much difficulty.

The imbroglio in Ayodhya would be amicably solved with both Hindus and Muslims agreeing for the construction of a Ram temple and a Masjid side by side.

JV

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