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Sarfaraz Bugti heckled by Baloch activist in Brussels Updated: May 07, 2017 01:19 IST       Brussels [Belgium], May 7  (ANI) : Baluchistan's Interior Minister  Sarfaraz Bugti  was heckled by  Baloch activist   Munir Mengal  in an event in Brussels where the delegation highlighted the economic potential of the southwestern Balochistan province. A nine-member delegation of Government of Balochistan, led by Bugti, was on a visit to Brussels to brief Belgian businessmen on the economic opportunities in Balochistan in the wake of Gwadar Port and China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). While heckling the minister, Munir asked, "Why Balochistan Chief Minister Nawab Sanaullah Zehri calls himself Nawab, why not 'Khan of Kalat'?" Zehri participated in a loya Jirga in September 2006 called by the Khan of Kalat, Mir Suleman Dawood Jan, following the death of Akbar Bugti during a military operation ordered by former Ge

Vanishing Telugu proverbs

మరుగున ( మడుగున) పడుతున్న కొన్ని తెలుగు సామెతలు. 1. అంత్యనిష్ఠూరం కన్నా ఆది నిష్ఠూరం మేలు 2. అంబలి తాగే వారికి మీసాలు యెగబట్టేవారు కొందరా 3. అడిగేవాడికి చెప్పేవాడు లోకువ 4. అత్తలేని కోడలుత్తమురాలు కోడల్లేని అత్త గుణవంతురాలు 5. అనువు గాని చోట అధికులమనరాదు 6. అభ్యాసం కూసు విద్య 7. అమ్మబోతే అడివి కొనబోతే కొరివి 8. అయితే ఆదివారం కాకుంటే సోమవారం 9. ఆలూ లేదు చూలు లేదు కొడుకు పేరు సోమలింగం 10. ఇంట్లో ఈగల మోత బయట పల్లకీల మోత 11. ఇల్లు కట్టి చూడు పెళ్ళి చేసి చూడు 12. ఇంట గెలిచి రచ్చ గెలువు 13. ఇల్లు పీకి పందిరేసినట్టు 14. ఎనుబోతు మీద వాన కురిసినట్టు 15. చెవిటి వాని ముందు శంఖమూదినట్టు 16. కందకు లేని దురద కత్తిపీటకెందుకు 17. కత్తిపోటు తప్పినా కలంపోటు తప్పదు 18. కుక్క కాటుకు చెప్పుదెబ్బ 19. కోటి విద్యలూ కూటి కొరకే 20. నీరు పల్లమెరుగు నిజము దేవుడెరుగు 21. పిచ్చుకపై బ్రహ్మాస్త్రం 22. పిట్ట కొంచెం కూత ఘనం 23. రొట్టె విరిగి నేతిలో పడ్డట్టు 24. వాన రాకడ ప్రాణపోకడ ఎవరి కెరుక 25. కళ్యాణమొచ్చినా కక్కొచ్చినా ఆగదు 26. మింగమెతుకులేదు మీసాలకు సంపంగి నూనె 27. ఆడబోయిన తీర్థము యెదురైనట

Belt and Road can ‘solve global woes’ By Yang Sheng Source:Global Times Published: 2017/5/3 23:53:40 China's One Belt and One Road initiative, which takes the form of six "economic corridors" connecting China and other countries with infrastructure projects and investments, will benefit the economies of the participants and stabilize many regions, experts said. Given that the slow improvements in transport connectivity and infrastructure among different countries are a major obstacle to global economic recovery and cause conflicts and disputes, "the Belt and Road initiative will build infrastructure to bridge different economies and countries, and it can solve the global problems or at least stabilize many regions with economic growth," said Wang Yiwei, senior research fellow at the Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies of the Renmin University of China. The ambitious initiative, comprising the Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st-Century Marit

Conference on OBOR hosted in the European Parliament by  RAUL MCKENZIE May 5, 2017 A conference titled ‘European Union and OBOR’, hosted by the Brussels-based South Asia Democracy Forum (SADF), was held in the European Parliament (EP) on May 5, 2017. The objective of the conference was to discuss and understand the China-initiated ‘One Belt One Road’ (OBOR)project, Beijing’s economic, geo-political and strategic motivations behind launching this initiative, and best responses by countries in the EU, to it. Moderated by Paulo Casaca, Executive Director of the SADF, among those who participated in the event were Ryszard Czarnecki, MEP and Vice-President of the EP, Fulvio Martusciello, MEP, Siegfried Wolf, Senior Researcher on OBOR at the SADF, and Mehran Marri, Baloch representative to the EU.   In his opening remarks, Casaca spoke of the need for greater clarity on OBOR, in view of its still ambiguous nature, and the rapid pace at which it was being used by Chi

How the intelligence services are diversifying No longer just male and pale GCHQ’s Nikesh Mehta on how the intelligence services are diversifying We live in an increasingly complex world, one marked in recent years by terrorist attacks across Europe inspired by a group hidden in the recesses of the internet and the turmoil of Syria and Iraq. In such hazardous times, the UK intelligence community must ensure we have the right people to keep Britain safe. Following the 2015 Paris terrorist attacks, the government announced that an additional 2,000 intelligence officers would be hired across the Government Communications Headquarters, GCHQ, MI5 and the Secret Intelligence Service, or SIS, by 2020. This amounts to a 15 per cent rise in agency ranks – the biggest expansion since the 7/7 bombings. But the number of new recruits joining our ranks is not the only factor that will determine our success in disrupting terrorist attacks or organized crime. Critica

How a Secretive Special Operations Task Force Is Taking the Fight to ISIS Special operations personnel in Iraq and Syria have been responsible for nearly one third of all the brutal terrorist group's casualties. BY JOSEPH TREVITHICK MAY 1, 2017 YOUTUBE SCREENGRAB SHARE While body counts are not a particularly useful metric of a military operation’s success, they can be a good indicator of how intense things have been on the ground. So, if the official tally is accurate, the U.S.-led special operations task force fighting ISIS in Iraq and Syria, which includes America’s shadowy Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC), foreign partners, and private contractors, has had a massive and potentially lopsided impact on the mission. On April 14, 2017, members of Special Operations Joint Task Force-Operation Inherent Resolve’s (SOJTF-OIR) headquarters element received new, distinctive unit patches at a ceremony at an undisclosed location somew

How Africans are battling deep-rooted prejudices and biases in India By  Rajiv Singh , ET Bureau | Apr 09, 2017, 06.26 AM IST John Uche Jesus, fashion designer. A Nigerian, John came to India in 2010 to study fashion from JD Institute in Delhi Turned entrepreneur in 2012 by starting his own fashion label Diamond Ark It’s 8 pm on a muggy Tuesday. Saffron Restaurant in Jagat Farm shopping centre in Amritpuram  is just 2.5 km from Ansal Plaza mall in Greater Noida, where a bunch of African students were brutally thrashed by a mob on March 27. A week later, it seems as if things have returned to normal for African students in the locality, who are celebrating a birthday at Saffron.  The students are mostly from Noida International University. The boys are dressed in Bermuda shorts, funky sleeveless Tees and sporty caps. The girls are clad in Tees and jeans or long skirts and sport vibrant scarfs. An effort h