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my $title_checking=$cgi->param("title_checking");

This $title_checking scalar variable via coming other language content

use HTML::Entities; my $titlenamefromindex="ஸ்ரீசா&#xB +A8;்த், சவான், &#xB9A +;ண்டிலா ஆகி&#xB +AF;ோர் தங்களத&# +xBC1; குற்றங்கள +ை ஒப்புக் க&#xB +CA;ண்டதாக தகவ&# +xBB2;்"; $titlenamefromindex=encode_entities($titlenamefromindex,"\200-\377");

This $titlenamefromindex variable via i got the original content

if($title_checking eq $titlenamefromindex) { condition; }

I know that $title_checking param value and $titlenamefromindex value equal..But not executing Any mistake is there I did please give suggestion.

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