|Canada Cup 2016|
Alice and Bob are well-known for sending messages to each other. This time you have a rooted tree with Bob standing in the root node and copies of Alice standing in each of the other vertices. The root node has number 0, the rest are numbered 1 through n.
At some moments of time some copies of Alice want to send a message to Bob and receive an answer. We will call this copy the initiator. The process of sending a message contains several steps:
If some copy of Alice receives several messages from child nodes at the same moment while she isn't waiting for an answer, she processes the message from the initiator with the smallest number and rejects all the rest. If some copy of Alice receives messages from children nodes and also receives the answer she is waiting for at the same instant, then Alice first processes the answer, then immediately continue as normal with the incoming messages.
You are given the moments of time when some copy of Alice becomes the initiator and sends a message to Bob. For each message, find the moment of time when the answer (either from Bob or some copy of Alice) will be received by the initiator.
You can assume that if Alice wants to send a message (i.e. become the initiator) while waiting for some answer, she immediately rejects the message and receives an answer from herself in no time.
The first line of input contains two integers n and m (1 ≤ n, m ≤ 200 000) — the number of nodes with Alices and the number of messages.
Second line contains n integers p1, p2, ..., pn (0 ≤ pi < i). The integer pi is the number of the parent node of node i.
The next m lines describe the messages. The i-th of them contains two integers xi and ti (1 ≤ xi ≤ n, 1 ≤ ti ≤ 109) — the number of the vertex of the initiator of the i-th message and the time of the initiation (in seconds). The messages are given in order of increasing initiation time (i.e. ti + 1 ≥ ti holds for 1 ≤ i < m). The pairs (xi, ti) are distinct.
Print m integers — the i-th of them is the moment of time when the answer for the i-th message will be received by the initiator.
0 1 2 3 2 5
14 13 11
0 1 1
0 1 1 2 3 3 4 5
7 6 11
In the first example the first message is initiated at the moment 6, reaches Bob at the moment 10, and the answer reaches the initiator at the moment 14. The second message reaches vertex 2 at the moment 11. At this moment the copy of Alice in this vertex is still waiting for the answer for the first message, so she rejects the second message. The answer reaches the initiator at the moment 13. The third message is not sent at all, because at the moment 11 Alice in vertex 5 is waiting for the answer for the second message.
In the second example the first message reaches Bob, the second is rejected by Alice in vertex 1. This is because the message with smaller initiator number has the priority.
In the third example the first and the third messages reach Bob, while the second message is rejected by Alice in vertex 3.