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RCBC said its reputation had come under a sustained "vicious and public attack" by Bangladesh Bank. "Bangladesh Bank has embarked on a massive ploy and scheme to extort money from plaintiff RCBC by resorting to public defamation, harassment and threats geared towards destroying RCBC's good name, reputation, and image," it said in a statement on Tuesday, citing the...
          Time for the US to Stop Ignoring Bangladesh      Cache   Translate Page      
Neglecting Bangladesh is not going to help rebuild the country’s democracy.
          Black Caps v Bangladesh: From carrying drinks to test wicketkeeper for Peter Bocock      Cache   Translate Page      
With 15 minutes notice, sub fielder grabbed Latham's gloves and Watling's shirt and was into the hot seat.
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          PM Modi, Bangladesh counterpart Sheikh Hasina inaugurate four projects - The New Indian Express      Cache   Translate Page      
PM Modi, Bangladesh counterpart Sheikh Hasina inaugurate four projects  The New Indian Express

These projects also show that the improved India-Bangladesh relations are playing a key role in improving the quality of life of people, he said.


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BD-India ties role model of good neighborliness: PMsitename%%  dailyindustry.news

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi yesterday jointly unveiled e-plaques for development projects in Bangladesh, through ...


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Sixteen Soldiers is a two-player abstract strategy board game from Sri Lanka. It also comes from India under the name Cows and Leopards. A variant of this game is also popular in Bangladesh, where it is known as Sholo guti (Sixteen pieces). The game is similar to draughts and Alquerque as players hop over one ...
          Nipah virus in Bangladesh      Cache   Translate Page      
The Institute of Epidemiology, Disease Control and Research (IEDCR) reports Nipah virus has caused five deaths in the northwestern Thakurgoan district of Rangpur Division, Bangladesh. People have been
          Caravans of illegal aliens are at pace for nearly one million crossing border this year      Cache   Translate Page      
This is the first of a series on illegal immigration at the southern border, highlighting speeches delivered at a meeting Saturday in Deming, N.M. 



 Excerpts from Ed Ashurst's presentation as reported by Huey Freeman


Ashurst, 67, an Arizona native from a pioneer family who has lived on ranches near the border for more than 20 years, said one of the main problems behind the massive influx of illegal immigration is that Border Patrol agents are mostly stationed miles north of the border. “There are large sections of the international border, 60 to 70 miles in length, with no federal presence,” Ashurst said. This is an element of an “in-depth strategy” implemented by the Border Patrol, largely attributed to Richard Aguilar, who served as the acting commissioner of U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the parent agency of Border Patrol, during the Obama administration. Aguilar was credited with publicly pronouncing that the border was not a specific line, but a “third country” between the United States and Mexico. “Have you ever been notified where the capital of this third country is, so I can send my taxes to it?” Ashurst said, sparking much laughter from a crowd which included many people living in the Borderland. In 2010, Lt. Col. (retired) Oliver North visited the ranch where Ashurst lives. He was working on documentaries called “War Stories.” He was accompanied by Chuck Holton, a freelance war correspondent and former U.S. Army Ranger who has worked with North on his films and books. When the caravans of illegal immigrants began forming last year in southern Mexico, Holton was sent there to report on them. Ashurst shared some of the information he received from Holton. The migrants are not being paid to join the caravans, but they are being supported and encouraged to join by opposition political elements within Honduras, who are supported by the Venezuelan government, Holton said in his report. Many of the people joining the caravans said they saw the advertising for it on social media and heard about it on local news in Honduras. The Mexican government, which is complicit in facilitating the passage of thousands of illegal immigrants, was passing out pamphlets in southern Mexico, telling the caravan riders of seven sanctuary cities which were the best places for them to go to receive free services. They are being organized by a consortium of left-wing pro-immigration groups including the U.N. International Organization for Migration, and the International Migration Institute, a (billionaire George) Soros-funded organization, said a report written by Holton. Although the Honduran government officially discourages the caravans, the nation will benefit by letting citizens migrate to the United States, because illegal immigrants here will send money back to that impoverished nation, Ashurst said. Money sent to Honduras from Hondurans in America accounts for 20 percent of its Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Probably hundreds or more of the illegal immigrants in these caravans have been deported at least once, which would make them felons, the Holton report said. Two of the illegal immigrants told the correspondent they had each been deported four times.

The vast majority of those who are joining the caravans from Honduras would not qualify for asylum in America if they applied through normal channels. Every migrant to whom Holton spoke said he was going to America for economic reasons. 

 Illegal immigrants who join the caravans are coached to check the box that they are seeking asylum for “reasonable fear of persecution or torture,” in order to receive a notice to appear at a hearing in the United States. Then almost all of them fail to appear in court for their hearings. Holton reported that caravans that were assembling in Tapachula, Mexico, included Somalis, Bangladeshis, Indians, Nepalese, Eritreans, Pakistanis and citizens from other nations. One group of citizens of India told Holton they flew into Mexico to take advantage of the caravans. There are “international observers” traveling with the caravans, who claim that they are impartial observers. But Holton wrote that he saw them intervene with Mexican officials on behalf of the caravans. One of the “observers” was a Mexican from a group called voces mesoamericanas, two were Spaniards from the Swedish Fellowship of Reconciliation.

READ MORE to find out what Ashurst learns from University Professor Mark Hager.
          Working class: Achievements and the unfinished war for emancipation      Cache   Translate Page      
The Great October Revolution

Michael D. Yates has probed the questions in chapter 4 of his recently released book Can the Working Class Change the World?(Monthly Review Press, New York, October 2018). The chapter – “What hath the working class wrought?” – proclaims: 

“A signal achievement of the working class and peasantry in the global South, both in those countries that made socialist revolutions and those that did not, is the assault they made upon colonialism and imperialism. Before substantive changes could occur in the lives of the masses of people, the control wielded by colonial powers had to be broken and imperialism had to at least be weakened. Workers and peasants did this throughout the impoverished nations of the world.”

No other class has made this achievement, has delivered this duty to millions of millions. It’s unprecedented. It’s historic. It’s a service to humanity, to the peoples of the world. Because imperialism and colonialism are scourges on the face of the earth, threats to the survival of life on this planet. The two – imperialism and colonialism – assault peace, and distort the lives and aspirations of peoples to make life dignified and prosperous. The two unceasingly carry on war against dreams and initiatives to make life humane.

What has the assault on imperialism and colonialism achieved? Peoples, billions in number, in countries once colonised know the answer. First, they can plan their next journey – towards a society free from exploitation, towards a life with dignity. Now, they have a stand on the world stage, a voice once unheard and ignored. It’s broadly the same assertions, declarations, charters, and proclamations, including the United States Declaration of Independence and the English and United States Bills of Rights made: All women and men are equal, all men and women are endowed with certain unalienable rights that include life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. It’s an achievement that lays a foundation for building up humanity’s eternal yearning: freedom, freedom from all exploitation, all distortions, all trampling, all muzzling down, all chains, and this freedom is a prerequisite for building up a life happy, peaceful, and prosperous.

The proletariat in Soviet Russia made a far more advanced declaration almost immediately after the Great October Revolution as it declared: Abolish all exploitation, completely eliminate the division of society into classes, mercilessly crush the resistance of the exploiters, establish a socialist organisation of society. [[i]

The declaration, forgotten most of the time by the mainstream media, and even by a part of the pro-people political forces, is one of the most significant political achievements the exploited have so far made as it laid the legal foundation for rights of all the exploited, against all sorts of exploitation, and invalidated all claims of the exploiting classes. The revolutionary political document declared sovereign power of the working people. The historic document declared the abolishing of private ownership of all land, and parasitic sections of society; supremacy of the power of the working people over the exploiters; the complete conversion of all banks, factories, mines, railways, and other means of production and transport into the property of the workers’ and peasants’ state; complete break with the barbarous policy of bourgeois civilisation, which has built the prosperity of the exploiters; freedom of humanity from the clutches of finance capital and imperialism; and democratic peace between nations on the basis of free self-determination of nations. The Declaration is fundamentally different from all declarations of rights the bourgeois and feudal political systems, compromises between them issued until today. 

It directly and unequivocally stood for the rights of the exploited. The declaration made assault on exploitative property relations, and declared measures for empowering the working people to resist the exploiting classes. [[ii]]

“Struggles against [the] class enemy” [of the exploited], writes Professor Michael Yates, “have resulted in tremendous and posi­tive changes in the lives of the oppressed and expropriated.” He refers to the lives of nearly all workers during capitalism’s early days in Europe, to the condition of the peasantry in pre-1949 revolution in China. Improvements in these areas are monumental. 

However, the economist does not miss the fact of life: 

“And yet, work­ers and peasants are nowhere close to their full liberation”. This is the unfinished war of the working class.

It’s – the struggle of the exploited for emancipation – a long struggle. None can ignore this fact. A complete and permanent victory will follow long, innumerable struggles against capital and all its accomplices in lands across the globe, developments within struggles of the exploited and within the decaying force – the imperialist world order.   

The chapter focuses on accomplishments “the work­ing class has achieved in its struggle against exploitation, the first aspect of capitalist oppression.”

On “the second element of this subjugation, expropriation,” the chapter claims: 

“[L]abour unions and political orga­nisations have done some good. Most unions and political parties are committed to racial, ethnic, and gender equality. It is common for collective bargaining agreements to contain broad no-discrim­ination clauses. […] [T]he race, ethnic, and gender composition of union leadership mirrors the share of these groups in the larger population. [….] A few unions, notably those with majority women membership, have female presidents, and both women and minorities now have greater access to better-paying jobs than was once the case. The gap between the wages of women and men is lower in the rich European countries than in the United States, and this can be largely attributed to the demands coming from the labour movement and worker-centred political parties.”

However, as self-criticism, the chapter says boldly: “[T]he labour movement in the global North has done very little to oppose the theft of peasant lands in the global South.”

Absence of resistance to theft of the peasant lands in the global South is not the only area of failure of the labour in the global North. Along with the buying/leasing in of vast tracts of lands in Africa and the establishment of export processing/special economic zones by powerful capital in countries of the global South, powerful parts of world capital are exporting environmentally harmful technology, industrial waste and commodities, and medical products harmful to the health of the global South. The labour in the global North has also failed to organise effective resistance to this assault by capital. It’s part of labour’s unfinished war against the world capital.

These failures originate in (1) capital’s power to corrupt a section of labour leadership, and (2) labour’s lack of success in formulating a revolutionary theory on the related area. It’s an exhibit of the level of political awareness and struggle the labour is waging in the global North. 

However, Michael Yates writes, “[i]n their own countries, the Northern labour has championed policies and programmes, as well as collective bar­gaining provisions, that make workplaces healthier spaces and countries less polluted.”

He mentions the Great October Revolution in Russia:

“The Revolution was successful, in that the Bolsheviks man­aged to consolidate state power. However, this was only after years of civil war, aided and abetted in the most brutal manner by the imperial powers, mainly Great Britain and the United States.”

Although the revolution, the economist writes, was not successful in consolidating the Soviet power and building a working class society, great gains were “made for the work­ers and peasants of Russia, and after the Second World War for the countries in the Soviet bloc. Guaranteed employment, excellent education and healthcare, run by the state and free of charge, subsidised rent and food, exceptional art, literature, music, and science, and a considerable erosion of patriarchy are some of the Revolution’s major achievements, not to mention its primary responsibility for the defeat of the Nazis in the Second World War.”

Regarding the question of the absence of success in some areas by the revolution in Russia, Lenin’s observation should be mentioned: 

“[W]e have sustained the greatest number of reverses and have made most mistakes. How could anyone expect that a task so new to the world could be begun without reverses and without mistakes! [[iii]

Michael Yates cites socialist revolutions in China, Vietnam, and Cuba as achievements of the working class. In China and Vietnam, Professor Michael Yates writes, “great improvements were made in schooling, health, and overall social welfare for the masses of people. Cuba’s Revolution has made tre­mendous advances in the lives of the people. Education, healthcare, organic farming, urban agriculture, and medical research in Cuba are world class. Progress against racism, patriarchy, and homophobia in the country is also remarkable.”

Cuba is spectacular in terms of time. Cuba is unprecedented in terms of political atmosphere. Cuba is exemplary in terms of the existing world order. Why? Anyone can ask. Russia and China are vast landmasses, are rich with huge natural resources. China had Soviet Russia on its back. Cuba had nothing of those. Cuba is still braving an imperialist economic blockade. Cuba is encountering a hostile world market. Moreover, Cuba is at a stone’s throw distance from the most powerful imperialist power. In addition to these, Cuba was standing alone during the time – the time of Gorbachev. It was a time of betrayal. It was a time of setbacks. It was a time of fallen “heroes.” It was a time when survival was a success. Cuba stood bravely. Cuba stood with the Red Flag. Cuba not only strode the current, but also made achievements with its political process – a form of democracy with people’s participation. 

It’s striking performance by ordinary people with the Red Banner, the colour of the exploited. In the history of the world, no other class has survived and performed at this level within such a hostile world environment. And, Cuba is referenced not to belittle revolutions in Russia and China, but to highlight the sense of dignity, courage, tenacity and achievements of the working class.

The chapter of the book begins with a reference to a 2016-general strike by the workers in India: the largest such a strike in the world. About 180 million workers in every Indian state, in all sectors and in nearly every occupation, walked out. Tens of millions of women struck.

The chapter reminds with a modest tone: “Nothing remotely similar could take place in today’s United States, or in any rich capitalist country.” 

This is a fact of working class life, which in many terms depends on capital, making the struggle, and gains and setbacks uneven, almost unpredictable. “And yet, from capitalism’s birth centuries ago, those harmed most by its imperatives have resisted. Their defeats have been many, their victories too few”, says Michael Yates in the chapter that takes an account of gains and losses. Hence, the labour educator says: 

“[The working class through] their struggles have changed the world. Peasants have resisted with their own organised violence the expropriation of their farms and common lands. Wage workers, including those unemployed, have marched, picketed, boycotted, struck, sat-in, sabotaged, stole and destroyed their employers’ materials, and petitioned governments. They have contested capital’s power in every institution of their societies, from schools to media to religion. There have been times when both peasants and workers have engaged in armed battle with both capitalists and governments. In a few cases, alliances of workers and peasants made revolutions – in Russia, China, Cuba, Vietnam. Women were critical in all these alliances.”

No other class has struggled so much, has paid so much. And, all these struggles, all these payments – supreme sacrifices in innumerable numbers – were for the entire humanity, for freeing humanity from the clutches of capital, the most barbaric and brutal force human history has encountered. This is a major gain in this world, which demands a radical change.

Michael Yates writes: “Unions are a universal response of the working class to capital’s oppression. [….] Not only do they win higher wages [and] benefits […], unions also weaken the control employers have over hiring, promotion, layoffs, discipline, the introduction of machin­ery, the pace of work, and plant closings.” This is no less important gain for the working class. 

Citing data, he discusses unionisation/union density and its positive impact in countries across the Americas, Europe, and in many countries in the global South. He says: “Three critical functions of labour unions are that they give work­ers a voice on the job, guarantee due process, and educate their members about a wide variety of important subjects.”

The labour economist, one of his many duties, recollects, “I have had personal experience as a labour arbitrator, and on more than one occasion I reinstated a fired employee, with full back pay, after determining that the company had wrongfully dis­charged him.” Hence, one of the gains by the working class: “Every year, unions win thousands of arbitrations”. On the global scale, in struggles against the world capital, the total number of arbitrations won is huge, which is not a negligible achievement by a class in chains.

One of the achievements of the working class is told in mainstream literature as it refers to an argument: “[A]t a crucial moment in history– the period between WWI and WWII and then in the early post-war years – in some countries, […] the labour movement and its political allies were able […] to force capital into a historical compromise, whereby labour accepted the capitalist organisation of the economy, but in exchange obtained not only a recognition of its prerogatives as labour market intermediary […], but also protection against all sorts of social risks, and a growing expansion of social rights.”[[iv]] This tells of an achievement and of an unfinished war.

For union organisers, the chapter presents, in brief, a good lesson, as it says:

“The formation of a union is a collective effort, and engaging in it, confronting the boss, is bound to make workers think about what they have done and what they hope to achieve. That is, labour unions are bound to raise the consciousness of those who form them. At the same time, labour organisers always try to educate prospective members, and the union itself provides educational materials and may even have developed more formal educational programmes for the rank and file. The best unions insist that new members learn the history of the union, the provisions of the relevant labour laws, the political platform of the union, and the details of bargaining and filing grievances. They might have special meetings, short courses, and longer schooling opportunities for the rank and file. Good unions also work hard to involve members in every facet of union work. Active participation in grievances, strikes, picket­ing, boycotting, and political agitation helps to further strengthen working-class consciousness, making workers stronger in their convictions and willing to live the precept that an injury to one is an injury to all. A working-class way of looking at the world begins to take shape, and this prepares workers for whatever struggles ensue during their lives.”

This is absent in many unions, especially in many countries dominated by lumpenocracy in the global South. In these economies, dominating capital engages hoodlums to organise/control unions. At the same time, a group of non-governmental organisations, on behalf of capital, organises “unions” – a trick with workers, and a bitter reality made possible by a vacuum of revolutionary working class politics and unionisation. In some cases, organisations with medieval ideology organise “unions” in countries. In other cases, a group of big unions from the global North organises “unions” in the countries of the global South with the purpose of taming the working class. In all these mal-efforts, huge money is spent, employees with a fat salary are engaged, and ludicrous foreign trips for these employees, the so-called “union organisers”, are organised. All these efforts forget the slogan of class struggle, shy away from imparting lesson of class politics. It’s an area, where the working class faces one of its unfinished wars.

Burning examples of working class initiatives are, among many, in the landless peasantry’s fights in Brazil, and in Shankar Guha Niyogi’s heroic struggles in India. 

Niyogi, the martyr from the rank of the working class, initiated a struggle while adventurism was taking a high toll. Shankar Guha Niyogi was the founder of the Chhattisgarh Mukti Morcha, a labour union in Chhattisgarh. After the formation of the Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) (CPI (M-L)) on 22 April 1969, he was associated with the CPI (M-L) for some time. However, CPI (M-L)’s failure to adapt Niyogi’s mass line-based activities to the party line of boycott of mass line and mass organisations led to his expulsion from the party. He went underground and began taking his ideas and method of work to the ordinary workers through a Hindi weekly, which he named Sphulinga (Spark), inspired by Lenin’s Iskra. He continued the work of organising the people through movements, e.g. movement for the construction of the Daihan dam, movement of the peasants of Balod for irrigation water, movement of the adivasis (indigenous people) against the construction of the Mongra dam. 

Unions organised by Niyogi include Chhattisgarh Mines Shramik Sangh, whose red-green flag carried the message: red for workers’ self-sacrifice and green for the peasantry. The first struggle of miners under Niyogi’s leadership was a struggle for dignity: do not obey the agreement signed by the leaders, lackeys of factory management. Many struggles by the workers, police atrocities, martyrs, and victories by the workers are marks of struggles led by Niyogi. Unique forms of struggles, organising cultural activities, and establishing athletic clubs, schools and hospital – Shaheed (Martyr) Hospital – for the workers are signatures of his struggle and organisation. On 28 September 1991, assassins hired by class enemies – capitalists – murdered Niyogi, a comrade to follow.       

One important section of the chapter is on labour politics. In this section, Michael Yates writes: 

“[U]nions […] sooner or later they must confront government. The state, at every level, is intertwined with capital, labour’s primary adversary. [….] The largest and most powerful states have virtually unlimited taxing and spending power. Governments make and enforce laws; they have the only legitimate (in the sense of being formally legal) police power. The courts ultimately determine the meaning of the laws. Important components of government regulate a wide array of activities and groups of workers that might concern business […] The state has the power to regulate and influence financial markets […] States wage wars. No matter what the government does, capital exerts its economic power to limit tax liabilities and receive as much public spending as pos­sible, to influence the selection of judges, or to counter anything that challenges its social power. Given all of this, unions have little choice but to be politically engaged.”

The chapter cites an example: “Unions have embraced a range of political programmes and phi­losophies.” It presents a brief history of the labour politics in the US. At the same time, it says: “Around the world, some working-class entities opposed active involvement in what we might call bourgeois politics.” 

Instead of being engaged with bourgeois politics, the working class is to get engaged with politics of its class that crosses all divisive lines of colour, caste, and creed, if the class has to complete its unfinished war, a commitment to the humanity.

Struggles, achievements, and the unfinished war of the working class declare its position, as Lenin said:

“We have made the start. When, at what date and time, and the proletarians of which nation will complete this process is not important. The important thing is that the ice has been broken; the road is open, the way has been shown. [….]

“[W]e have begun it. We shall continue it. […]

“We shall go through the whole ‘course’, although the present state of world economics and world politics has made that course much longer and much more difficult than we would have liked. No matter at what cost, no matter how severe the hardships of the transition period may be – despite disaster, famine, and ruin – we shall not flinch; we shall triumphantly carry our cause to its goal. (op. cit.)

 

* Farooque Chowdhury writes from Dhaka, Bangladesh. 

* Note: This is part five of a seven-part series review of Can the Working Class Change the World?.

Endnotes

[i]“Declaration of Rights of the Working and Exploited People”, V I Lenin, Collected Works, vol. 26, Progress Publishers, Moscow, erstwhile USSR, 1972

[ii]Farooque Chowdhury, “The Great October Revolution: Declaration of Rights of the Working and Exploited People”, Countercurrents.org

[iii]“Fourth anniversary of the October Revolution”, Collected Works, vol. 33, Progress Publishers, 1976

[iv]Lucio Baccaro, “Labor, Globalization and Inequality: Are Trade Unions Still Redistributive?”, International Institute for Labor Studies, ILO, discussion paper, DP/192/2008, Geneva, 2008

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          Rapinatore ucciso a Palermo con un bastone. Ferito il dipendente       Cache   Translate Page      

Un rapinatore è rimasto ucciso a Palermo la scorsa notte in un minimarket gestito da cittadini del Bangladesh in via Maqueda a Palermo. Nel corso della rapina sono rimasti feriti un avventore e un dipendente. Le indagini sono condotte dagli agenti della squadra mobile che stanno cercando di ricostruire la dinamica della sparatoria.

Il rapinatore non è stato ucciso con colpi d'arma da fuoco ma in una violenta colluttazione con il gestore del mini market, un cittadino del Bangladesh. In difesa del commerciante è intervenuto anche un suo dipendente. La vittima sarebbe un maghrebino che non è stato ancora identificato.

Quando gli agenti della squadra mobile sono intervenuti hanno trovato il rapinatore per terra, un bastone sporco di sangue e alcuni cocci di vetro di una bottiglia in frantumi. Gli investigatori stanno interrogando i due testimoni, rimasti leggermente feriti durante la rissa, e visionando le immagini di una telecamera di sorveglianza per ricostruire la dinamica dell'omicidio.


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Dhaka – Junaina Ahmed, a 15-year-old swimmer, has attracted spectators’ attention in the Max Group 29th National Swimming competition by breaking two national records in her first appearance at the senior level event. The teenage swimmer on Tuesday said that she has a dream to represent the country in international arena and clinch gold medals [...]
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Dhaka – Bangladesh’s failure to take advantage of the wicket led to their humiliating loss to New Zealand in the second Test at Wellington, Mahmudullah Riyad said Tuesday. Beating Tigers by an innings and 12 runs confirmed the Kiwis’ series win with one match to go. Bangladeshi batsmen appeared clueless against New Zealand pace attack. [...]
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Dhaka – Right-handed diminutive batsman Al Amin’s ton went in vain as Prime Bank Cricket Club conceded a five-wicket defeat against Prime Doleshwar Sporting Club in the ongoing Dhaka Premier Division Cricket League (DPDCL) on Tuesday at Bangladesh Krira Shikkha Protisthan. Doleshwar, who won the toss and decided to field first, have given away 301/8 [...]
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Get Bangladesh Bangla Calendar with festivals and details. বাংলাদেশ বাংলা ক্যালেন্ডার এবং উৎসব।

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Humanitarian groups have criticized the plan to relocate refugees to Bhasan Char, as the island is vulnerable to frequent cyclones, with some saying it may even be inhabitable.

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Directorate General Defense Purchase, Bangladesh is inviting tenders for Industrial Diesel Generator

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          "Così potete avere il reddito". In rete l'esultanza islamica      Cache   Translate Page      
"Salam-Aleikum...reddito della cittadinanza". Un italiano medio, a digiuno di bengalese, capisce solo queste due parole nei primi 30 secondi del "tutorial" di 6 minuti visibile nella pagina "Bangladesh in Italy". In 9 ore lo hanno già visualizzato oltre 5.500 persone: il video dev'essere davvero ben fatto e il curatore indica dettagliatamente la documentazione necessaria a chiedere il sussidio, riportando accuratamente i link ai quali reperire "il protocollo" e tutte le informazioni necessarie. Su Youtube, un altro video di istruzioni, pubblicato il 15 gennaio, ha già ottenuto 45mila click e una serie di commenti soddisfatti: "Grazie mille per le informazioni", per esempio. Nella schermata campeggia il sorriso inconfondibile del ministro del Lavoro e vice premier, Luigi Di Maio, sovrastato da una scritta rossa in arabo e da una bianca in campo nero, in italiano: "Il reddito di cittadinanza di 780 euro".Il brulicante mondo delle comunità di immigrati in Italia si muove, si dà da fare. E d'altra parte le "moschee" sono da sempre una rete di welfare parallelo, oltre che luoghi di culto (spesso irregolari). Forniscono "sussidi", si occupano dei funerali dei meno abbienti, fungono da uffici di collocamento e soprattutto gestiscono la "Zakat", l'obolo a carità riscosso nel tempo ordinario e in più nei giorni di Ramadan.Tutto questo mondo di immigrazione e associazionismo informalmente, adesso si attrezza per assistere la platea potenzialmente sterminata degli immigrati da assistere e da inserire nel fantastico mondo del "reddito" grillino.E ha quindi di che esultare un leader musulmano come Davide Piccardo, ex coordinatore dei centri islamici di Milano, noto a molti per la visibilità mediatico-televisiva. Oltre a essere un sfegatato tifoso del leader islamico turco Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Piccardo è anche un estimatore dell'attuale governo italiano. E sapere che il primo a fare richiesta per il "reddito" a Milano è stato Mustapha Aarboubi, un disoccupato marocchino, ha consolidato questa sua simpatia: "Un governo che gli immigrati li aiuta davvero" ha esultato. "Il reddito di cittadinanza - ha riportato - spetterà a 1.248 milioni di nuclei familiari, di cui circa 241 mila sono composti da stranieri, quindi circa il 20% del totale a fronte di una percentuale di stranieri del 9% sul totale dei residenti". "Non male per un governo razzista" il suo commento soddisfatto.Il reddito, come noto, andrà ai residenti da 10 anni, titolari di permesso di lungo periodo. "Io avrei stabilito 5 anni - ha commentato l'esponente della Costituente islamica - ma comunque anche 10 sempre meglio di niente e in effetti gli stranieri che lo prenderanno sono tantissimi". Ed è proprio così: l'Istat calcola che alla fine saranno 300mila circa gli stranieri che potranno incassare l'assegno pari 5mila euro l'anno. Non solo, associazioni come l'Asgi - ritenendo discriminatori i vincoli - sono già all'opera per allargare ancora la platea dei beneficiari. Già si prevede una marea di ricorsi.
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Recently I travelled to UK and returned on 20 August, 2018. I purchased 5 Laptops, 1 Camera, 1 65 inch Sony TV and a Suit/Shirt. While travelling back, at Terminal-4, as the purchased items are bulky and would be put in Check-in luggage, I was sent to another floor (Customs/Travelex), where many other passengers also queued for their Forms STAMPED. Like all other passengers, my goods were physically checked and all three Global Blue Tax Refund Forms were STAMPED by Travelex. I was advised me to get the TAX refund in Cash from Travelex counter at the departure hall. I tried to collect Tax refund in cash (both on land and air side) but there was a long que at the Travelex Counter. All the persons in the que were rushing for their own flight and nobody was willing to give any space. Looking at my situation, Travelex counter suggested that as my flight is after 20 minutes, I better put my card number by changing the tick in cash refund box and send it to Global Blue. (Same advice is also printed on Global Blue Envelope). Accordingly, I travelled back to Bangladesh with all my purchased goods and sent the "STAMPED" tax refund forms to Global Blue address. But unfortunately, I have received an email from Global Blue advising me to contact UK Customs at Heathrow airport as soon as possible for further advice and get my TAX REFUND FORMS stamped by a Custom Officer. (Stamping period of UK Forms is 3 months from the issuing month. ) Interestingly, I was NEVER advised by Travelex or any other person at Terminal-4 to get it stamped again from any customs officer (After who stamped my Tax Refund Forms by Travelex). In the mean time, I kept photocopy of all the "Stamped" Tax refund forms and also the Purchase receipts. Now, may I request your kindness, to advise, How I may get my TAX REFUND Forms stamped by a Customs Officer and get my TAX refunds. Its almost 1,000 GBP and its a lot of money. Regards
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In a new article published in BMC Medicine, Dr Flavio Finger and Dr Adam Kucharski describe how their forecasts helped to inform the response plans to a diphtheria outbreak at the world’s largest refugee camp in Bangladesh.
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Captain Williamson suffered a shoulder injury while fielding in the first innings of Bangladesh's second Test in Wellington, which New Zealand won by an innings and 12 runs on Tuesday. Injured Ken Williamson can play the third Test against Bangladesh in Christchurch on Saturday and may delay his departure for the Indian Premier League (IPL), […]

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La rapporteure spéciale sur la situation des droits de l'homme en Birmanie s’est dite inquiète quant au projet du Bangladesh de transférer des réfugiés Rohingyas en avril prochain, sur une île isolée et vulnérable aux cyclones.

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          Holder pleased with team’s progress      Cache   Translate Page      

Captain Jason Holder says he is pleased with the development shown by West Indies ahead of the World Cup and hopes to use the Tri-Nations Series in Ireland to put the finishing touches on preparations for the showpiece.

Against all odds, the Windies twice came from behind to draw their five-match one-day series against world number one, England, producing several outstanding performances throughout.

West Indies will come together again in May for their next ODI series involving Ireland and Bangladesh, a period which Holder believes will be integral.

“If I look at our performances, we were pretty pleased with them but we're still down at [number nine] so we just need to improve on that,” the all-rounder said.

“There are a lot of points to be had in the World Cup. We've got a series before the World Cup in Ireland so hopefully, we can gather some momentum going into the World Cup and gather some more points in the World Cup.”

Overall, West Indies exceeded expectations against England, especially in the Test series where they stunned the visitors by massive margins in the opening two matches, to regain the Wisden Trophy with a Test to spare.

In the ODIs, the batting proved inspiring, with the hosts twice scoring in excess of 350. In the fourth match, they tallied a Windies record 389 in pursuit of 419 at the Grenada National Stadium.

West Indies have been given little chance at the World Cup, which runs from May 30 to July 14, but Holder remained upbeat about the side going forward.

“I'm pretty pleased as skipper, it's just for us to keep building as a side,” he pointed out.

“There were lots of positives throughout the entire series and lots that we can take away from the series, and a lot of learning that we can take away. I think we have all to play for in the future.”

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          Some Rohingya refugees prefer death in Bangladesh over repatriation to Myanmar      Cache   Translate Page      

Dil Mohammad sits on the floor of his hut in the Unchiprang refugee camp, near Cox’s Bazaar in southern Bangladesh, on Dec. 11, 2018. Mohammad’s wife, rear, helped save him when he attempted suicide. RNS photo by Amir Hamja COX’S BAZAAR, Bangladesh (RNS) — When 60-year-old Dil Mohammad found out in November that he was […]

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Shamima Begum should be taken in by Bangladesh in an act of sympathy, a senior Muslim leader has said, as Sajid Javid faced a fresh backlash for stripping the Islamic State runaway's UK citizenship.
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মুখের দিকে তাকালে সবার আগে যা নজরে আসে তা হল আমাদের চোখ। চোখের নিচের কালো দাগ চেহারায় নিয়ে আসে ক্লান্তির ভাব। কম ঘুমানো কালি পড়ার অন্যতম প্রধান একটি কারণ। তবে অনেকের বেলায় এটা বংশগত। ঘরোয়া রূপচর্চায় সমাধান আসে কিছুটা। তবে চটজলদি উপায় হিসেবে জাদু দেখাবে মেকআপসামগ্রীগুলো। রূপবিশেষজ্ঞ শারমিন কচি জানালেন মেকআপের সহায়তায় চোখের নিচের অংশও সুন্দর রাখার উপায়।

দূর করার উপায় 

১. মুখ পরিষ্কার করে নিন ভালোভাবে। ব্যবহার করুন টোনার। এতে ত্বকে মসৃণ ভাব চলে আসবে। আলাদা করে ক্রিমও লাগাতে হবে না। প্রথমে পুরো মুখে প্রাইমার লাগিয়ে িনন। তারপর আবার লাগাতে হবে চোখের নিচে। মেকআপ লাগানোর পর সরে যাবে না। প্রাইমার ব্যবহারের ১০ মিনিট পর মূল মেকআপ শুরু করতে হবে।

২. সবার আগে পুরো মুখে বেজ ফাউন্ডেশন লাগান। ফাউন্ডেশনটি হতে পারে ক্রিম কিংবা তরল। এরপর কনসিলার ব্যবহার করুন। ত্বকের চেয়ে এক ধাপ উজ্জ্বল কনসিলার বেছে নিন। চোখের নিচের কালো অংশটির উজ্জ্বলতা বাড়াতেই উজ্জ্বল কনসিলার প্রয়োজন।

৩. এবার পালা প্যান স্টিক লাগানোর। কনসিলার থেকেও এক ধাপ উজ্জ্বল রং বেছে নিতে প্যান স্টিকের জন্য। অনেক ক্ষেত্রে প্যান স্টিক না লাগিয়ে ফাউন্ডেশনও লাগানো যাবে। ম্যাট হলেই ভালো। প্যান স্টিক ব্যবহারে চোখের নিচের মেকআপও ফেটে যাবে না। ভালোভাবে ব্লেন্ড করে নিন ব্রাশ বা হাতের সাহায্যে।

৪. সবশেষে ফেইস পাউডার ব্যবহার করুন। কালো দাগ ঢাকা হয়ে গেলে এবার চোখের মেকআপ করা শুরু করতে পারেন। যদি আপনার চোখের ওপরেও কালো দাগ থাকে, তবে একই উপায়ে দাগ ঢেকে নিন।



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Communities inside and outside Venezuela demand his release Luis Carlos Díaz. Photo taken from his public Facebook profile. In the early hours of the morning on March 12, Venezuelan journalist Luis Carlos Díaz was confirmed to have been detained by the Bolivarian Intelligence Police (SEBIN). His wife, Naky Soto, also a well known political commentator, had … Continua la lettura di Journalist and human rights defender Luis Carlos Díaz detained by state security in Venezuela
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          Daily Current Affairs | 13- 03 - 19      Cache   Translate Page      
1. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, jointly unveiled e-plaques for development projects in Bangladesh, through video conference. Both leaders unveiled e-plaques for supply of buses and trucks, inauguration of 36 community clinics, 11 water treatment plants, and extension of National Knowledge Network to Bangladesh. 

प्रधानमंत्री नरेन्‍द्र मोदी और बांग्लादेश की प्रधानमंत्री शेख हसीना ने वीडियो कॉन्फ्रेंस के माध्यम से संयुक्त रूप से बांग्लादेश में विकास परियोजनाओं के लिए ई-पट्टिका का अनावरण किया। दोनों नेताओं ने बसों और ट्रकों की आपूर्ति, 36 सामुदायिक क्लीनिकों के उद्घाटन, 11 जल उपचार संयंत्रों और बांग्लादेश के लिए राष्ट्रीय ज्ञान नेटवर्क के विस्तार के लिए ई-पट्टिका का अनावरण किया। 

2. Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) successfully test fired the Guided PINAKA from Pokhran ranges. 

रक्षा अनुसंधान एवं रक्षा संगठन (डीआरडीओ) ने पोखरण रेंज से गाइडेड पिनाक का सफल परीक्षण किया। 

3. According to the latest report published by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI), India was the world’s second largest importer of major arms in 2014–18. 

स्टॉकहोम इंटरनेशनल पीस रिसर्च इंस्टीट्यूट (सीपरी) द्वारा प्रकाशित नवीनतम रिपोर्ट के अनुसार, भारत 2014-18 में प्रमुख हथियारों का दुनिया का दूसरा सबसे बड़ा आयातक हैं। 

4. Retired IAS officer C Lalsawta was sworn-in as the first Chairman of the newly-constituted Lokayukta in Mizoram. 

सेवानिवृत्त आईएएस अधिकारी सी लालसावता ने मिजोरम के नवगठित लोकायुक्त के पहले अध्यक्ष के तौर पर शपथ ली। 

5. Ministry of Commerce & Industry will organise the 14th CII-EXIM Bank Conclave on India-Africa Project Partnerships, in association with Confederation of Indian Industry and EXIM Bank of India in New Delhi from March 17-19, 2019. 

वाणिज्‍य और उद्योग मंत्रालय, भारतीय उद्योग परिसंघ और एक्जिम बैंक के सहयोग से भारत-अफ्रीका के बीच परियोजना साझेदारी पर सीआईआई-एक्जिम बैंक का 14वां सम्‍मेलन 17 से 19 मार्च, 2019 तक नई दिल्‍ली में आयोजित करेगा। 

6. Former RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan has been awarded with the ‘Yashwantrao Chavan National Award 2018’ for his contribution to economic development. 

आरबीआई के पूर्व गवर्नर रघुराम राजन को आर्थिक विकास में उनके योगदान के लिए ‘यशवंतराव चव्हाण राष्ट्रीय पुरस्कार 2018’ से सम्मानित किया गया है। 

7. As per the latest report by the World Gold Council (WGC), India has the 11th largest gold reserve. 

वर्ल्ड गोल्ड काउंसिल (डब्ल्यूजीसी) की नवीनतम रिपोर्ट के अनुसार, भारत 11 वां सबसे बड़ा सोने का भंडार है। 

8. United Arab Emirates has announced a long-term visa that allows professionals, entrepreneurs and highly talented students to live in the kingdom for up to 10 years. 

संयुक्त अरब अमीरात ने एक दीर्घकालिक वीजा की घोषणा की है जो पेशेवरों, उद्यमियों और अत्यधिक प्रतिभाशाली छात्रों को 10 वर्ष तक राज्य में रहने की अनुमति देता है। 

9. American cyclist Kelly Catlin, a three-time world champion, has passed away recently. She was 23. 

तीन बार की विश्व चैंपियन अमेरिकी साइकिल चालक केली कैटलिन का हाल ही में निधन हो गया। वह 23 वर्ष की थी। 

10. Nagesh Thakur has been appointed as Member of University Grants Commission (UGC). 

नागेश ठाकुर को विश्वविद्यालय अनुदान आयोग (यूजीसी) के सदस्य के रूप में नियुक्त किया गया है। 

11. Kishan Dan Dewal has been appointed as the next Ambassador of India to Armenia. 

किशन दान देवल को अर्मेनिया में भारत के अगले राजदूत के रूप में नियुक्त किया गया है। 

12. Mohammad Shtayyeh has been named as Prime Minister of Palestine. 

मोहम्मद शतेयह को फिलिस्तीन के प्रधानमंत्री के रूप में नामित किया गया है


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          CP of Greece, We denounce the imperialist intervention in Venezuela. Solidarity with the Venezuelan People!      Cache   Translate Page      

We, Communist and Workers Party of the world, decisively denounce the imperialist plans, the undermining tactics and the menaces unleashed by the USA, the EU and their allied governments in Latin America, aiming at overthrowing the legally elected President of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro; at subjugating the people of the country into their imperialist interests; and at looting the country’s wealth-producing resources.
After the failed provocation prepared by the USA using the imperialists’ puppet Guaidó on February 23rd in the Colombian borders, under the pretext of “humanitarian aid”, new scenarios are promoted for a coup or even an imperialist military attack, while simultaneously they continue the effort to organize more provocations that will give a pretext for the escalation of the intervention.
We strongly condemn every coup and imperialist military attack scenario of the USA and of their allies!
We decisively state that they will find against them not only the people of Venezuela but also the Communist and Workers Parties, the working class’ and people’s movement all around the world!
We vehemently condemn the statements of John Bolton, National Security Advisor of the USA, according to which the government of the USA follows the Monroe Doctrine that considers the whole of Latin America as their exclusive zone of interest.
Latin America belongs to its peoples!
Loyal to the principles of Proletarian Internationalism we express our solidarity with the people of Venezuela; only the people of Venezuela have the capacity to decide on the internal affairs of its country. We express our solidarity with the Communist Party of Venezuela, the Communist Youth of Venezuela and other Venezuelan anti-imperialist forces that struggle under difficult conditions to defend the people’s interests.
Down with Imperialism!
People Will Prevail!

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          3/13/2019: Sport: Skipper plagued by rare injury      Cache   Translate Page      

Kane Williamson has suffered an incredibly rare injury — but the Black Caps are hopeful there’s no reason to be alarmed. Williamson did not field in Bangladesh’s second innings, after injuring his left shoulder diving in the field in the first...
          Cardeal pede a jovens que não usem celular nas sextas-feiras da Quaresma      Cache   Translate Page      
Daca, 11 de Mar, 2019 / 05:00 pm (ACI).- Em sua mensagem de Quaresma aos jovens católicos em Bangladesh, o Arcebispo de Daca, Cardeal Patrick D'Rozario, pediu-lhes que se aproximem mais de Jesus Cristo e se abstenham de utilizar o celular todas as sextas-feiras durante a Quaresma.
 

          End Child Labor in Bangladesh’s Brick Kilns      Cache   Translate Page      
Children are being killed at the site of dangerous brick kilns. Demand that their exploitation come to an end.
          Offer - https://www.supplementcyclopedia.com/keto-lit/ - BANGLADESH      Cache   Translate Page      
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          The head of Dalian to receive the 035 Bangladesh Navy submarine for Chinese ricky lee neely      Cache   Translate Page      
The head of Dalian to receive the 035 Bangladesh Navy submarine Chinese thanks according to Bangladesh, "Daily Star" website reported, November 14, 2016, on behalf of the Bangladesh Navy received 2 035 submarines in the south of Liaoning Chinese Dalian shipyard. The captain of 76 meters, the maximum body diameter of 7.6 meters, can carry […]
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          edotco announce new Chief Regional Officer for the Bay of Bengal      Cache   Translate Page      
edotco Group has appointed Vijendran Watson as the Chief Regional Officer to lead business and operations in Bangladesh, Myanmar, and Sri Lanka. The post edotco announce new Chief Regional Officer for the Bay of Bengal appeared first on MalaysianWireless.

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          #40 Sara, francotiradora soviética; un cómic sobre la mujer en la II Guerra Mundial      Cache   Translate Page      

#31 La colectivización de las granjas y el grano, los kulacs quemando hectareas y cosechas para evitar la colectivización, o mío o de nadie. Nadie niega el Holodomor, como repito nadie niega las hambrunas y los muertos en Irlanda o Bangladesh. Pensar que fue algo provocado y orquestado es más propio del "Libro negro del comunismo" bastante risible.

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          Air travel from Sanganer posts 13% growth in ’09      Cache   Translate Page      
16 Feb 2010 JAIPUR: The demand for air travel (domestic and international) has registered a growth of 13% in 2009, compared to an annual national growth of 8%. December has broken all the previous records and registered an all-time high of 1.43 lakh passengers amid swine flu scare.

The last six months (July-December) were very promising for Sanganer Airport which witnessed an average growth of 43%, compared to the corresponding period last year. According to AAI, Jaipur, total passengers flown in and out of Sanganer Airport were 14.19 lakh in 2009, compared with 12.53 lakh in 2008.
“Since operations started at new terminal building (July 2009), the passenger traffic witnessed a phenomenal rise. The travellers from both long and short haul (750 km and below 750 km distance from the city) had increased significantly,” said Anuj Agarwal.
Experts say that the gradual recovery from economic meltdown along with special offers by the airlines is responsible for the shining of aviation sector. Enthused by the rising numbers, the airport authority, Jaipur, has confirmed to have received proposals from some domestic and international airlines ahead of a Commonwealth Games. “Akash Ganga, a domestic airline, besides Best Air (Bangladesh) and Spice Jet are likely to start their international operations from this year,” added Agarwal.
The highest growth rate of 70% was recorded in September and that too in the middle of swine flu scare world over. This was followed by August which recorded a growth of 66%. The overseas passengers showed a phenomenal rise in October, November and December. In December alone, 19,500 foreigners travelled in and out of the Sanganer Airport.
“The sudden rise in foreign air travellers in last three months of previous year can be attributed to the tourist season, besides the surge in national and international corporate events that invites delegates from abroad,” said Tiahra Chishty, manager of an event management company.
Going by the figures, March was the worst-hit, as air passenger traffic registered a 24.7% decline. Domestic passengers in March 2009 was 85,045, as compared to 1.13 lakh in the same period in 2008. During summer vacation — May and June — the market showed good response as traffic jumped from -2.1% to 27%, respectively.
This sudden rise in passengers had boosted the airlines and hospitality industry that is still reaping the fruits of economic recovery. “In the last three months of the previous year (October, November and December), the airline capacity has remained around 70-80% which is profitable for the airlines,” said a premier airline official pleading anonymity.
The Northward trend has continued in January (2010) which had registered a growth of 20% and compared to the corresponding year. The existing domestic and international terminal is handling a movement of 35 flights a day, with no change since 2008.
“The very purpose of building a new terminal with a cost of Rs 100 crore is to handle the increasing passengers and flight traffic with the rate of 30% per year,” said an airport official.
          Sodomy Laws in the US and around the World      Cache   Translate Page      
A sodomy law is a law that defines certain sexual acts as crimes. The precise sexual acts meant by the term sodomy are rarely spelled out in the law, but are typically understood by courts to include any sexual act deemed to be "unnatural" or immoral. Sodomy typically includes anal sex, oral sex and bestiality. In practice, sodomy laws have rarely been enforced against heterosexual couples (Wikipedia)


Sodomy arrest sparks controversy… 34 years ago

Michael Hardwick is arrested for sodomy after a police officer observes him having sex with another man in his own bedroom in Georgia. Although the district attorney eventually dropped the charges, Hardwick decided to challenge the constitutionality of Georgia’s law.

“John and Mary Doe,” who joined in Hardwick’s suit against Michael Bowers, the attorney general of Georgia, maintained that the Georgia law “chilled and deterred” them from engaging in certain types of sex in their home. But in 1986, the Supreme Court handed down its decision in Bowers v. Hardwick, ruling by a 5-4 vote that states could continue to treat certain types of consensual sex as criminal acts.

Apparently, Justice Byron White had characterized the issue not as the right to privacy in one’s own bedroom, but rather as the right to commit sodomy. Viewed in this narrow manner, it was no surprise that he was unable to find such a clause in the Constitution. Justice Lewis Powell, who also voted to uphold the law, later called his vote a mistake.

In June 2003, the U.S. Supreme Court overturned a Texas law under which two men had been arrested for having consensual sex at home. The 6-3 Lawrence v. Texas decision reversed the infamous 1986 Bowers decision and finally dealt a death blow to sodomy laws throughout the country.

In its landmark ruling Lawrence v. Texas, the Supreme Court ruled that anti-sodomy laws —sometimes referred to as “crimes against nature” laws — are unconstitutional. But 12 states continue to keep such laws on their books. Of 14 states that had anti-sodomy laws, only Montana and Virginia have repealed theirs since the Supreme Court ruling, while anti-sodomy laws remain on the books in Alabama, Florida, Idaho, Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Texas and Utah.



You may believe anti-sodomy laws are not harmful because they can’t be enforced. But they are an important symbol of homophobia for those who oppose LGBT rights. What’s more, the laws create ambiguity for police officers, who may not be aware they are unconstitutional.

If a policeman looks it up, he will see that sodomy is a violation of Louisiana state law, for example, according to Marjorie Esman, executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Louisiana.

Sodomy Laws around the World

In the recent years, sodomy related laws have been repealed or judicially struck down in all of Europe, North America, and South America, except for Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, and Trinidad and Tobago.

There have never been Western-style sodomy related laws in the People's Republic of China, Taiwan, North Korea, South Korea, or Vietnam. Additionally, Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia were part of the French colony of 'Indochine'; so if there had been any laws against male homosexual acts in those countries, they would have been dismantled by French colonial authorities, since male homosexual acts have been legal in France and throughout the French Empire since the issuing of the aforementioned French Revolutionary penal code in 1791.

This trend among Western nations has not been followed in all other regions of the world (Africa, some parts of Asia, Oceania and even western countries in the Caribbean Islands), where sodomy often remains a serious crime. For example, male homosexual acts, at least in theory, can result in life imprisonment in Barbados and Guyana.

In Africa, male homosexual acts remain punishable by death in Mauritania, Sudan, and some parts of Nigeria and Somalia. Male and sometimes female homosexual acts are minor to major criminal offences in many other African countries; for example, life imprisonment is a prospective penalty in Sierra Leone, Tanzania and Uganda. A notable exception is South Africa, where same-sex marriage is legal.

In Asia, male homosexual acts remain punishable by death in Iran, Saudi Arabia, Brunei, the United Arab Emirates, and Yemen; but anti-sodomy laws have been repealed in Israel (which recognizes but does not perform same-sex marriages), Japan, Kazakhstan, the Philippines, and Thailand. Additionally, life imprisonment is the formal penalty for male homosexual acts in Bangladesh, the Maldives, Myanmar, Pakistan, and Qatar.





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          Kormo, an app helping young job seekers find work, launches in Jakarta      Cache   Translate Page      

I recently traveled to Jakarta, Indonesia, where I met with job seekers just starting their careers. Repeatedly, they shared that finding entry-level and part-time jobs is confusing and difficult, especially when you don’t have much in the way of work experience, professional contacts or resources. To help young Indonesians connect with employers, learn new skills and build their careers, we’re bringing the Kormo app to Jakarta. 

kormo team in jakarta

Speaking to young job seekers in Jakarta who had just spent the day at the mall going from shop to shop to drop off their CVs.

Kormo is one of many projects incubated inside of Area 120, Google’s workshop for experimental projects. Initially launched in Dhaka—the capital city of Bangladesh and one of the most densely populated cities in the world—Kormo has matched people with more than 25,000 jobs, including retail sales, delivery and contact center positions. Our time in Dhaka and Jakarta taught us a lot about the needs of young job seekers and employers in markets where rapid urbanization and growth are impacting labor markets.

Making career-building easy and assistive

Kormojakarta

A group of university students in Dhaka, creating their digital CVs on Kormo

Job seekers told us that they weren’t sure what jobs were available to them, as listings typically travel by word-of-mouth or aren’t posted online. And though many of these seekers pay someone to create a paper CV (or résumé), their busy schedules and traffic congestion in the city makes it inconvenient to drop hard copies in employer CV boxes. Even after they apply, many seekers never hear back on the status of their candidacy.

Kormo lets anyone to build a digital CV quickly, and for free. The digital CV updates dynamically as job seekers find work or enroll in trainings through the Kormo app. Kormo will also display open job listings in the city—the job opportunities listed will reflect the job seeker’s growing profiles and skills. Meanwhile, we partner with employers, ranging from large corporates to small or medium enterprises, to include their jobs in Kormo’s marketplace and enable seekers to apply directly from our app.

Kormo job list

Providing access to skills training

As the job markets evolve in Bangladesh and Indonesia, employers are looking for candidates with new skill sets, including proficiency with new technologies. While training resources exist both online and offline, job seekers told us that they weren’t sure about whether a specific program could help them get a job. Plus, many of the programs that offer formal certificates cost money and require time commitments that can be hard to sustain.

kormo video training

Skills development expert and Kormo partner, Don Sumdany, creating localized videos to help people who use Kormo ace their next interview.

Within the Kormo app, we built a Learn tab where seekers can access relevant, up-to-date and free training content in the form of videos, articles and courses based on individual interests.

Kormo101training

While learning from job seekers in Dhaka, we met Abida, a college student beginning her career in the city. Kormo recently matched her to her first job at a well-known retail store, and she now has the financial stability she needs to continue her education. We hope to see many more stories like Abida’s emerge now that Kormo is available in another city.

Abida

Abida, a college student  in Dhaka, at her new job that she found through Kormo.

With Kormo, our ultimate goal is to provide economic opportunity and mobility to more people in countries like Bangladesh or Indonesia. If you live in one of these countries, you can download the Kormo app for free from the Google Play store. For businesses looking to hire through Kormo, please sign up from our site.


          ĐIỂM TIN THỨ BA 12/3/2019 (Tin Tức Hàng Ngày)      Cache   Translate Page      



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VNTB - Tham nhũng chính sách được chính phủ Việt Nam gọi là “lợi ích nhóm”. Đó là khi những người có quyền lực (chủ yếu là tiền) sử dụng nó để điều chỉnh chính sách theo hướng có lợi cho họ trong tương lai. Tất nhiên, quá trình “điều chỉnh” này đồng thời tước đoạt lợi ích của những người yếu thế hơn. Người giàu giàu hơn và người nghèo nghèo đi. Nước mắm nhỉ. Chiều ngày 8-3, Cục Chế biến và Phát triển thị trường nông sản (Bộ Nông nghiệp ...
·         Ai có thể giúp giữ được nước mắm truyền thống? (RFA) - Các nhà sản xuất nước mắm truyền thống lo ngại trong tương lai không xa, nước mắm truyền thống không còn chỗ đứng trên thị trường.
·         VNTB - Nước mắm truyền thống "lép vế" trước nước chấm công nghiệp?(VNTB) - Nguyễn Hiền VNTB - Nhưng Masan cũng dính không ít tỳ vết đen, một trong số đó là đạo diễn vụ nước tương có 3MCPD và nước mắm có Asen theo hướng “ngậm máu phun người”. Từ việc Chinsu bị phát hiện 3MCPD, nhưng ông Quang đã nhanh chóng tung ra nước tương Tam thái tử và thách thức người dùng phát hiện ra 3MCPD với giá trị giải thưởng lên đến 1 tỷ đồng, đi kèm theo đó là quay ngược tố cáo nước tương các hãng khác nhiễm 3MCPD. Cách thức này đã khiến cho nước tương truyền thống chết, dẫn đến nước tương hóa chất công nghiệp Chinsu chiếm lĩnh thị trường.
·         VNTB- Tiết lộ ‘hiểm nghèo’ – nhìn lại Đại Hội 12 của đảng CSVN (VNTB) - Phạm Chí Dũng Người Việt 10/3/2019 - Một bí mật được chôn giấu. Ba năm sau khi Đại Hội 12 của đảng CSVN với một tiêu chí ngầm “bất kỳ ai, trừ Dũng” kết thúc vào mùa xuân năm 2016, đến tận đầu mùa Xuân năm 2019 mới có một cựu quan chức cấp cao hé lộ một bí mật chôn giấu nơi cung đình: “Chúng ta đã lâm vào hoàn cảnh hiểm nghèo và trả giá đắt…”
·         VNTB - Đảng viên nào dám trái ý ông Nguyễn Phú Trọng sẽ bị khai trừ (VNTB) - Trúc Giang VNTB - “Đăng Facebook, ông Trần Đức Anh Sơn bị Đà Nẵng khai trừ Đảng”. Đó là nội dung của nhiều bản tin trên báo điện tử, đăng tải gần như đồng loạt vào sáng ngày 8-3-2019. Theo Ban Thường vụ Thành uỷ Đà Nẵng, ông Trần Đức Anh Sơn đã viết, đăng tin, bài sai sự thật, không đúng với quan điểm của Đảng, chính sách, pháp luật của Nhà nước trên mạng xã hội Facebook. Hành vi này vi phạm Điều 3, 4, Quy định số 47-QĐ/TW ngày 1-11-2011 của Ban Chấp hành Trung ương (khóa XI) về những điều đảng viên không được làm; vi phạm Quy định 5946-QĐ/TU ngày 13-9-2012 của Ban Thường vụ Thành ủy về trách nhiệm nêu gương của cán bộ, đảng viên, nhất là cán bộ lãnh đạo chủ chốt, người đứng đầu các cấp.
·         Người Việt hải ngoại và nỗ lực bảo tồn văn hóa dân tộc (VOA) - Tại ngoại ô thủ đô Washington của nước Mỹ có một tủ sách Tiếng Việt đã được thành lập gần 20 năm nay. Rất nhiều đầu sách có giá trị của các tác giả cả trong và ngoài nước đã được xuất bản thông qua tủ sách này bất chấp rất những khó khăn về mặt tài chính khi xuất bản sách tiếng Việt ở hải ngoại. Tủ sách là sáng kiến của các bậc nhân sĩ trong vùng với nỗ lực gìn giữ Tiếng Việt và duy trì những sinh hoạt văn học thường xuyên đối với các thế hệ người gốc Việt sinh sống ở đây.
·         Việt Nam dẫn độ công dân bị cho phạm tội từ Cuba về nước (RFA) - Cơ Quan Điều Tra Hình Sự các Tổ chức Sự Nghiệp Cục Điều Tra Hình sự Bộ Quốc Phòng và Văn Phòng Cơ Quan Điều Tra Bộ Công An Việt Nam vào sáng ngày 9 tháng 3 vừa qua cùng với INTERPOL dẫn độ Ông Lê Quang Hiếu Hùng từ Cuba về Việt Nam.
·         Hòa Bình: Nhận tiền để nâng điểm cho 140 bài thi (RFA) - Có đến 140/210 bài thi trắc nghiệm của 56 thí sinh trong kỳ thi tốt nghiệp Trung học Phổ thông 2018 tại Hòa Bình bị tẩy xóa, chỉnh sửa đáp án để nâng điểm.
·         Hải Dương: Người dân phản đối nhà máy rác gây ô nhiễm (RFA) - Nhiều hộ dân tại xã Lương Điền, huyện Cẩm Giàng, tỉnh Hải Dương thời gian qua đã gửi đơn phản đối tới các cơ quan chức năng huyện Cẩm Giàng về dự án xây dựng nhà máy xử lý rác thải để phát điện tại xã Lương Điền vì lý do ô nhiễm.
·         Hà Nội ô nhiễm bụi mịn hàng đầu thế giới (BBC) - Hà Nội vẫn nằm trong top các thành phố ô nhiễm nhất thế giới xét trên nồng độ bụi mịn độc hại trong không khí.
·         Saigon Sam: Từ lênh đênh trên biển đến Middlesbrough, Anh Quốc (BBC) - Thuyền nhân ‘Saigon Sam’ Nguyễn Văn Cảnh gặp lại ân nhân đã vớt mình trên biển gần 40 năm trước.
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·         Thành tỷ phú công nghệ nhờ lá thư đến muộn (BBC) - Doanh nhân Scott Farquhar có tài sản trị giá 7 tỷ đôla, nhưng suýt nữa đã vào học viện quân sự thay vì học ngành máy tính.
·         Mark Zuckerberg: Không đặt máy chủ ở những nước đàn áp nhân quyền, chấp nhận bị chặn(BoxitVN) - Phạm Minh Trung - “Chúng tôi không xây dựng trung tâm dữ liệu ở những quốc gia có truyền thống vi phạm nhân quyền như quyền riêng tư và quyền tự do biểu đạt”, nhà sáng lập Facebook Mark Zuckerberg tuyên bố trong một thông báo đầy bất ngờ ngày 7/3. “Nếu chúng tôi xây dựng trung tâm dữ liệu và lưu dữ liệu nhạy cảm ở những nước ...
·         Châu Âu bắt đầu ý thức được tham vọng của Trung Quốc (RFI) - Trung Quốc tiếp tục được các báo Pháp chú ý nhiều, từ khi nước này trở thành cường quốc kinh tế của thế giới cùng những tham vọng trên trường quốc tế. Châu Âu giờ mới bắt đầu ý thức được về những nguy cơ bành trướng của Trung Quốc. Nhật báo Le Monde hôm nay có bài xã luận mang tiêu đề : « Trung Quốc phô bày tham vọng ».
·         Trung Quốc tạm ngưng bay Boeing 737 MAX 8 sau tai nạn Ethiopia (VOA) - Hôm 11/3, Trung Quốc và Ethiopia đã ra lệnh ngưng hoạt động các máy bay Boeing 737 MAX 8 sau khi một chiếc máy bay thuộc dòng này của hãng Ethiopian Airlines lâm nạn hôm 10/3.
·         Hoa Vi kiện Mỹ: "Con kiến đi kiện củ khoai" ? (RFI) - Tập đoàn công nghệ Trung Quốc Hoa Vi ngày 07/03/2019 đã mở thêm một mặt trận mới trong cuộc chiến chống chính phủ Hoa Kỳ khi đệ đơn kiện luật cấm các cơ quan liên bang sử dụng sản phẩm của tập doàn Trung Quốc. Theo nhiều nhà quan sát, khả năng Hoa Vi thắng kiện rất ít. Trong một bản tin ngày 07/03 vừa qua, hãng tin Anh Reuters đã điểm qua các biện pháp của chính quyền Mỹ đối với Hoa Vi, bản chất của vụ kiện do tập đoàn Trung Quốc khởi động và lý do tại sao Hoa Vi có thể sẽ thất bại.
·         Nhật Bản tưởng niệm nạn nhân thảm họa Fukushima (RFI) - Vào hôm nay, 11/03/2019, toàn thể nước Nhật đã lại giành một phút mặc niệm để tưởng nhớ nạn nhân của ba thảm họa đồng thời xẩy ra cách đây đúng 8 năm : Một trận động đất dữ dội đã làm dấy lên một đợt sóng thần cực lớn, kéo theo một thảm họa hạt nhân khi nhà máy điện nguyên tử Fukushima bị thiên tai phá hỏng. Tính ra đã có khoảng 18.500 người thiệt mạng trong ba thảm họa liên hoàn đó.
·         Sứ quán Bắc Hàn bị xịt sơn trước phiên xử vụ ám sát Kim Jong Nam (VOA) - Hôm 11/3, Đại sứ quán Triều Tiên tại Kuala Lumpur đã xịt sơn vài giờ trước khi diễn ra phiên tòa xét xử vụ ám sát Kim Jong Nam.
·         Vụ Kim Jong-nam: Nghi phạm Indonesia được thả, Đoàn Thị Hương ở lại (VOA) - Hôm 11/3, Thẩm phán tại tòa án Malaysia đã hủy bỏ cáo trạng đối với Siti Aisyah và lập tức được trả tự do cho nghi phạm người Indonesia này tại tòa, trong khi nghi phạm Việt Nam Đoàn Thị Hương cho biết cô “bị sốc.”
·         Bố Đoàn Thị Hương: ‘Mong con được thả, mong nhà nước giúp cháu’ (VOA) - Bố của cô Đoàn Thị Hương nói khi nghe tin Aisyah được trả tự do, ông "cũng muốn con mình được thả” và ông muốn "cấp nhà nước, Bộ Ngoại giao giúp đỡ cháu Đoàn Thị Hương”.
·         LHQ lo ngại Bangladesh có thể di dời người  Rohingya ra đảo (VOA) - Hôm 11/3, một nhà điều tra nhân quyền của LHQ phụ trách Myanmar bày tỏ quan ngại sâu sắc về kế hoạch của Bangladesh di dời 23.000 người tị nạn Rohingya ra một hòn đảo xa xôi ở Vịnh Bengal vào tháng 4 tới.
·         Hàng ngàn người Nga biểu tình chống cô lập về Internet (RFI) - Tại Nga, hôm qua, 10/3/2019, khoảng 15.000 người đã biểu tình chống một dự luật mà theo họ là mối đe dọa cho tự do ngôn luận trên Internet, nhằm cô lập nước Nga khỏi mạng thông tin toàn cầu. Chính quyền thì nói rằng luật này là nhằm tạo lập một mạng Internet độc lập và bảo đảm an ninh mạng.
·         Dù mất đi cứ địa, tổ chức Nhà Nước Hồi Giáo vẫn là một mối đe dọa (RFI) - Kể từ 18 giờ ngày 10/03/2019, Lực Lượng Dân Chủ Syria bao gồm các chiến binh Kurdistan và Ả Rập, với sự yểm trợ của không lực liên quân quốc tế do Mỹ dẫn đầu, đã mở cuộc tấn công vào làng Baghouz gần biên giới với Irak. Đây là cứ địa cuối cùng của tổ chức Nhà Nước Hồi Giáo (Daech) tại Syria và Irak. Việc Daech mất đi mảnh đất cuối cùng là điều chắc chắn, nhưng theo giới quan sát, mối đe dọa mà tổ chức khủng bố này đặt ra vẫn tồn tại.
·         Mất điện ở Venezuela: Cướp bóc khi tuyệt vọng gia tăng (BBC) - Người dân thủ đô Caracas chia sẻ với phóng viên BBC về nỗi tuyệt vọng ngày càng tăng của họ.
·         Venezuela vẫn tê liệt vì cúp điện, đối lập đòi hỏi tình trạng khẩn cấp (RFI) - Một lần nữa, chính quyền Venezuela hôm qua 10/03/2019 lại ra lệnh đóng cửa các trường học và cơ quan hành chính, trong bối cảnh toàn quốc vẫn bị tê liệt do cúp điện từ hôm thứ Năm 070/3. Thủ lãnh đối lập Juan Guaido kêu gọi Quốc Hội thông qua « tình trạng khẩn cấp ».
·         Tai nạn máy bay Ethiopia : Điều tra về an toàn của Boeing 737 MAX 8 (RFI) - Hôm nay 11/03/2019 các nhà điều tra đã tìm được cả hai hộp đen của chiếc máy bay Boeing 737 MAX 8 thuộc hãng hàng không Ethiopia bị rơi hôm qua, làm toàn bộ 157 người trên phi cơ thiệt mạng. Các nạn nhân mang 35 quốc tịch khác nhau, trong đó có 22 nhân viên Liên Hiệp Quốc. Đây là thảm họa thứ hai trong vòng bốn tháng qua liên quan đến kiểu máy bay mới nhất và bán chạy nhất của hãng Boeing.
·         Pháp : Tổng thống Macron thăm đồng minh Djibouti (RFI) - Để củng cố vị trí của Pháp trong khu vực Đông Phi, tổng thống Emmanuel Macron công du Djibouti, Ethiopia và Kenya trong bối cảnh thế lực Trung Quốc ngày càng tăng. Khoảng 50 đại công ty Pháp hiện có mặt trong vùng.
·         Tổng thống Iran thăm Irak, đồng minh của Mỹ (RFI) - Ngày 11/03/2019, tổng thống Iran đến Irak. Trong ngày đầu tiên, ông Hassan Rohani sẽ lần lượt gặp tổng thống và thủ tướng Irak trước khi đến hai thánh địa của hệ phái Hồi Giáo Shia, Kerbala và Najab. Tại vùng Trung Đông đang có xung khắc giữa phe thân Mỹ và thân Iran, chính phủ Irak cố giữ thế quân bình với hai đối tác là kẻ thù của nhau. Đó là cơ hội tốt để Teheran luồn lách cấm vận kinh tế của Washington.
·         Gặp những thiếu niên khiếm thị lái máy bay (BBC) - Chương trình của các học viên không quân tại Scotland mang đến cho những bạn trẻ khiếm thị cơ hội lái máy bay.
·         Cách ăn uống và tác động của vi khuẩn đường ruột tới sức khoẻ (BBC) - Trong ruột có cả vi khuẩn có ích lẫn vi khuẩn gây hại. Chúng tác động thế nào tới sức khỏe của chúng ta, và ta có thể làm gì để 'tăng bạn bớt thù'?








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[UAE], Mar 13 (ANI): New Zealand's Neil Wagner, after his stunning performance in the second Test match of the three-match series against Bangladesh, attained his career-best fifth position in ICC
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Rising sea levels combined with climate change threaten the Bengal tiger in its last stronghold.
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However, this can take time, time in which you are loosin potential traffic by not being listed. By submitting your site yourself, you speed up the whole process by being automatically added to the search engines database. Create An XML Sitemap When search engines crawl individual websites, they look for the site’s ‘Sitemap‘. This is a very basic page that lists all of the URL links of a website. Look at our sitemap for an example. Search engines use this to see when new content has been added to a website, so it can keep it’s database up to date. So when you publish a new post on your blog, or new page on your website, it appears on your sitemap for the search engines to see. Now, you could create your own sitemap manually, but that is a lot of hassle. Instead I’d recommend installing the ‘Google XML Sitemap WordPress plugin. This plugin will generate a special XML sitemap of all of your website. It supports all kinds of WordPress generated pages as well as custom URLs and it automatically notifies all the major search engines (i.e. Google, Bing, Yahoo) every time you create a new post (you need to sign up first though).
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SHORT-BALL specialist Neil Wagner engineered an innings victory over Bangladesh in what New Zealand called “an ideal two days” in the rainshortened second Test to wrap up the series with a game to spare. After the first two days were washed out, the...
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Security and foreign policy experts of South Asian countries — Nepal, India, Sir Lanka and Bangladesh — today held a discussion about Security and Economic Challenges in the Indo-Pacific region, stating that South Asian countries should balance their relations with the two powerful countries — the United States and China — to progress.

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Barely few months left for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections 2019, National Peoples' Party on Wednesday refrained from forging any pre-poll alliance with BJP.

According to reports, National People's Party (NPP) president and Meghalaya chief minister Conrad Sangma said that NPP will not engage in any kind of coalition with BJP this upcoming General Election.

He however, also suggested that if necessary, considerations can be thought of after declaration of results.

NPP will put forth candidates for all 25 northeast seats. The party likely to contest in all the Assam's seats.

Formed in 2012, the NPP leads the Meghalaya government and is part of governments in Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur and Nagaland.

Meanwhile, the Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) has renewed its ties with the BJP to jointly fight the Lok Sabha elections barely two months after it pulled out of the ruling alliance in the state.

BJP national general secretary Ram Madhav announced that AGP, Bodoland People's Front (BPF)and BJP has decided to jointly fight the Lok Sabha election and defeat the Congress in all the 14 Lok sabha seats.

The AGP and BJP parted ways after the Centre went ahead and introduced the controversial Citizenship Amendment Bill in the Lok Sabha. However, after a wave of massive protests disrupted the social fabric of the North East, the Narendra Modi-led government decided against tabling the Bill in Rajya Sabha.

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The AGP is currently bargaining for two Lok Sabha tickets, one Rajya Sabha seat and one Governor's position.

Assam has 14 Lok Sabha seats, seven of which were won by the BJP in 2014, three each by Congress and AIUDF, while one seat was bagged by an independent candidate.

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Reema Zaman's "shared memoir," I Am Yours, will be the topic of her talk at Storyfort Over millennia, men have developed an entire language geared toward silencing women, its dictionary filled with words like "crazy," "bitter," "resentful" and many others that brush away women's feelings as particular to a weaker, less self-controlled sex. If there is a throughline in Reema Zaman's memoir, I Am Yours (Amberjack Publishing, 2019), it's the constant, teetering-on-ironic tension between that language and its use to silence an intensely strong woman. "Chup!," her father yelled when a young Zaman balked at his plan to arrange her marriage. (That's Bengali for "silence.") "Don't talk so much," her husband said to her much later in life. "I love you, but it's arrogant to think people want to hear your opinion." (She later left him.) Zaman will speak at Storyfort on Friday, March 22, and the outline of her life is superficially the born-out promise of liberalism and multiculturalism. The product of an arranged marriage herself, she was born in Bangladesh to educated, professional parents, and has lived all over the map—Thailand, Hawaii, Oregon, New York. She attended elite schools and has simultaneously pursued several careers as an actress, artist, educator, model, public speaker and writer. Much of the content of her book, however, shows the ways forces from outside and within threatened to collapse her promise. Her biological father, a flawed but loving man, flirted with disowning his daughter for supporting her mother in their divorce, though he frequently appeared to be more worried about what his peers would say about him as a divorcee than the prospect of being alone. For years, she struggled with an eating disorder. In high school, she was stalked by her psychology teacher. He sent her handwritten messages in red ink, the letters in all caps. He called her on the phone. "You're a naughty girl," he would say. She reported the teacher's behavior to the principal, who confiscated her evidence of the teacher's wrongdoing. A Narratively blog post she later wrote on the subject was picked up by The Guardian, and triggered an international investigation into coverups of misconduct at the school. Some reviews and advance media regarding I Am Yours have painted Zaman's memoir as part of a healing process. Prior to the February release of the book, Zaman told Ms. that she had continued to tweak the manuscript in light of her reflections on the election of President Donald Trump, the #MeToo movement and,…
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Boletín informativo "The Heart Beat" de los Centros Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani para el cuidado del corazón infantil: Atal Nagar, Chhattisgarh, Palwal, Haryana y Khargar, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra para el mes de febrero de 2019. 

Todos los servicios prestados son totalmente gratuitos para todos.Como siempre
Saludos cordiales,
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Nota del editor

Y ahora quedan tres, fe, esperanza y amor. De estos, el amor es el más grande. 

Corintios 12:12


En tiempos volátiles como estos, la necesidad de un camino diferente, física, emocional y espiritualmente, ha exigido al presidente. La búsqueda se ha vuelto más interna. La forma se transformó en falta de forma. Lo que una vez fue "ver para creer" ahora se ha transformado en "creer y verás". 
Entonces una pregunta viene a la luz, ¿puede algo puro teosófico tomar forma corporal? 

Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani comenzó como una búsqueda interna.Agarrándose a una promesa fugaz hecha. Ante un futuro incierto y un puñado que entendió y alentó. A medida que la perseverancia y el coraje de unos pocos siguieron, comenzó sobre la base de la fe y funcionó sobre la premisa de la esperanza. Pero lo que realmente añadió sabor fue la moneda del amor. Y así se materializó Sanjeevani. 

El mes de febrero estuvo plagado de varios pequeños eventos, aparte de los 500 niños que dejaron a nuestros institutos sanados. 
El Centro Palwal recibió la visita del Dr.Ekochin Fintan C, Honorable Comisionado de Salud, Estado de Enugu, Nigeria. La semana congénita del corazón se observó del 7 al 14 de febrero, lo que permitió conocer la enfermedad y el diagnóstico temprano y la importancia de contar con personal capacitado y capacitado.

Informamos: 72,926 consultas pediátricas cardíacas, 8,150 cirugías cardíacas pediátricas e intervenciones de cateterismo, 67,666 niños rurales y 10,632 madres embarazadas rurales seguidas y atendidas mensualmente, hasta el momento, todo sin costo alguno.


                        

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Desde el corazon 
Nuestro padre fundador 
¿Quién es Sathya Sai Baba? Una pregunta que seguirá siendo un misterio y siempre será una mística. Sathya Sai Baba nos permitió darnos cuenta de nosotros mismos en Su Presencia.La belleza de Él fue que nos encontramos en Su presencia y conocernos a nosotros mismos es verdaderamente, conocer a la Humanidad. 
YO y USTEDES somos UNO fue la vida y el mensaje de Sathya Sai Baba. Que el sufrimiento de UNO fue tanto como el sufrimiento de otro fue Su mensaje unificador. Para aliviar el sufrimiento de cada uno y para llenar eso con Amor es para lo que Él vive y trabaja. Esta verdad eterna en los tiempos cambiantes es un testimonio del trabajo que se está realizando en Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani. Como el Padre Omnisciente, Omnipresente y Fundador, Su mensaje de AMAR A TODOS, SERVIR A TODOS forma la regla fundamental para el funcionamiento de este gran Instituto.

C. Sreenivas 
Presidente
Diamante en bruto 
Se ha dicho que la resistencia del Espíritu Humano se puede medir por la capacidad de levantarse después de cada caída. 

La historia de Kruthi Varshinidefine esa resistencia. Una joven de 25 años, Kruthi tiene una maestría en Sociología, nos recibió una lesión cardíaca congénita compleja: la tetrología de Fallot. De 32 kilos, es una de las tres hermanas en un hogar monoparental y una financiera principal de la familia que vive en un pequeño pueblo en el remoto Bihar. 

A la edad de 5 años, a su madre le diagnosticaron un tumor en el cerebro y sufrió una larga y dolorosa 10 años antes de que finalmente sucumbiera a la enfermedad. Ella buscó Sociología para comprender mejor su situación, encontrar una respuesta y eventualmente convertirse en maestra. 

Siendo una estudiante brillante, aprendió a escribir e hizo algunos cursos de computación mientras trabajaba en un concesionario de autos para llegar a fin de mes. A medida que avanzaba su enfermedad, de la cual no tenía conocimiento de la edad de 21 años, la actividad diaria se convirtió en una ardua tarea. 

"El dinero iba a ser más de 300,000 rupias sin ninguna garantía" Recuerda cuando le preguntaron por lo que estaba pasando cuando ella primero fue diagnosticado 

Decepción y dura decisión fue tomada.
Sin saber la complejidad de la enfermedad, decidió que seguiría ganándole lo que podía casar con sus hermanas, hasta que fuera el momento de irse. 
Fue 4 años más tarde, le dijeron que dejara su trabajo ya que su enfermedad había progresado hasta el punto de que estaba perdiendo la audición. Completamente devastada sin tener idea de su próxima opción, caminó a casa trabajando en el plan B. 
Él y una visita a Delhi, ella se encuentra con un "pariente adinerado" que conoció y "Dios lo envió", dice. Después de una inútil visita a la estación de trenes, Kruthi se encontró con un hombre de finanzas que trabajaba para Birla Finance y le contó sobre Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani. "Fui a pedir dinero prestado para mi hogar, pero me dijeron que probablemente podría curarme gratis". Ella dijo que era como una apuesta que tenía que hacer: tratar de obtener dinero para la familia o tener la oportunidad de darse un capricho. Ella dice, fue la decisión más difícil que tomó. 

Ella apostó por Sanjeevani. 

Su enfermedad era compleja y debido a su avanzada edad, el cuerpo se había adaptado a la enfermedad de esa manera, y la cirugía clásica estaba fuera de discusión. En la mesa de operaciones, justo antes de que ella fuera atrapada, ella era la cara del equilibrio, la calma y la resistencia. 

7 días después de eso, se dirigía a casa con el Regalo del Tiempo, la Esperanza y la Vida. "Siento que mi vida antes de la cirugía fue un sueño". Mi educación me enseñó sobre la sociedad y sus dificultades y mi experiencia me enseñó que absolutamente nada es gratis.
El factor de impacto de Sanjeevani
Bendición, como el amor solo puede engendrar más de sí mismo.


En una de las entrevistas de impacto, el padre Ganpati Yadav, un gobernador del gobierno del distrito de Dhamtari en Chhattisgarh, el padre de Aditi y un niño que padece TEA y fue tratado en Sai Sanjeevani, expresó su sincera gratitud. 

"El hospital, los servicios ofrecidos y el personal que incluye a los médicos, enfermeras y todos los empleados son una verdadera bendición para las familias que no pueden pagar este tratamiento".
Este Hospital y la Nueva Vida que se le dio a mi hijo es la bendición de Sri Sathya Sai Baba. Las clases para padres sobre limpieza, sanidad y conciencia son aquellas que convierten la desesperanza en esperanza y nos ayudan a aprender formas de cuidar mejor a nuestros hijos. Totalmente libre de costos y la corriente oculta del amor es lo que hace de este un lugar muy especial.No hay manera de que pueda pagar lo que me dieron, pero puedo orar para que cada miembro del personal siempre pueda ser bendecido ". 

La simplicidad y la profundidad de sus palabras resonarán y se mantendrán como una recarga en el esfuerzo continuo de Sanar Corazones Pequeños.
Más allá de las fronteras

Abdulla de 3 años de Bangladesh con su madre.
 
"El amor trasciende las fronteras, los idiomas, las religiones y todo lo que se hace humano. El amor es divino y siempre lo será". - dijo la madre llorosa.
Cruzando los océanos
"Mi hija dio sus primeros pasos aquí, no hay nada más que gratitud en mi corazón. India significa mucho, pero significa Vida y Sanjeevani, mi hija, mi hijo y yo y nuestra familia extendida ". Amayra Ahana Prasad, nacida el 3 de octubre de 2017, y una familia india de Fiji sufrió la Tetralogía de Fallot y ella fue diagnosticada cuando tenía 4 meses de edad. La falta de disponibilidad de instalaciones cardíacas pediátricas dio lugar a un dolor y una desesperación insuperables. El padre de Amayra, enfrentando dificultades para aceptar la enfermedad, falleció unos meses después, dejando a la familia destrozada. 

"Me quedé con mi hijo y una Amayra enferma sin dirección ni apoyo cuando mi suegra también falleció, lo que agregó más tragedia a una situación ya grave". 

Beverly, recuerda la madre, "estaba muy asustada y preocupada. No parecía haber esperanza. Cualquier clínica privada nos dijo que Australia o Nueva Zelanda tendrían las instalaciones, pero no podíamos garantizarle que se salvaría su vida.
La Dra. Maryanne Koraai, quien ayudó a diagnosticar al niño, fue fundamental para vincularnos con Sai Sanjeevani durante la Misión del Hospital a Fiji en abril de 2018. Nos informaron sobre los riesgos de este viaje a la India. Yo estaba orando, con todo mi corazón. Amayra tenía un hechizo Tet (se puso incontrolablemente azul y dejó de respirar o moverse) en el vuelo. Con la ayuda del médico que nos acompaña, es solo la Gracia de Dios, aterrizamos en la India. 

"Pensando en todo lo que nos sucedió, mírala hoy, es rosa, está feliz, no tenemos más que gratitud por toda la familia Sanjeevani, y no hay nada que pueda hacer para pagar la vida que todos hemos sido dotados. Ella camina, está de pie, sonríe y está sana. Tenemos esto y no necesitamos nada más, mi hijo me está esperando en casa. "Amayra pertenece a Sanjeevani tanto como a nuestra familia. ¡Este lugar es verdaderamente Todo sobre el Amor, el Amor Divino!"
Todos los servicios prestados son absolutamente gratuitos.
Del corazon 
Le presentamos un informe consolidado de todo el trabajo realizado en los Centros Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani para el Cuidado del Corazón Infantil en Atal Nagar, Chhattisgarh & Palwal, Haryana. 
Para dar un poco de perspectiva, los números que ves no son simples figuras que representan el volumen de trabajo que se está realizando. Lo que se ve es el trabajo de un magnífico sistema que se ejecuta en una fuerza etérica, comenzando con un grupo de individuos cuya opción fue comprometerse con la carga de aliviar la carga de la enfermedad cardíaca congénita, a los hospitales que brindan esta atención y, finalmente, al niño. ha sido sanado. Estos no son solo números, son promesas de un mundo más saludable.

Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani hasta ahora

Consultas OPD 
72.926 
1,693 hecho en febrero de 2019 

Niños examinados 
67,666 
16,893 en febrero de 2019 
Procedimientos Quirúrgicos y Católicos 
8,150 
500 hecho en febrero de 2019 

Madre embarazada examinada 
10,632 
1,357 en febrero de 2019 
Niños esperando tratamiento 
32,637 
A partir del 28 de febrero de 2019.
Estadísticas PEDIATRIC CARDIAC OPD de febrero de 2019
TRABAJO PEDIÁTRICO CATH Trabajo para febrero de 2019
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Reema Zaman's "shared memoir," I Am Yours, will be the topic of her talk at Storyfort Over millennia, men have developed an entire language geared toward silencing women, its dictionary filled with words like "crazy," "bitter," "resentful" and many others that brush away women's feelings as particular to a weaker, less self-controlled sex. If there is a throughline in Reema Zaman's memoir, I Am Yours (Amberjack Publishing, 2019), it's the constant, teetering-on-ironic tension between that language and its use to silence an intensely strong woman. "Chup!," her father yelled when a young Zaman balked at his plan to arrange her marriage. (That's Bengali for "silence.") "Don't talk so much," her husband said to her much later in life. "I love you, but it's arrogant to think people want to hear your opinion." (She later left him.) Zaman will speak at Storyfort on Friday, March 22, and the outline of her life is superficially the born-out promise of liberalism and multiculturalism. The product of an arranged marriage herself, she was born in Bangladesh to educated, professional parents, and has lived all over the map—Thailand, Hawaii, Oregon, New York. She attended elite schools and has simultaneously pursued several careers as an actress, artist, educator, model, public speaker and writer. Much of the content of her book, however, shows the ways forces from outside and within threatened to collapse her promise. Her biological father, a flawed but loving man, flirted with disowning his daughter for supporting her mother in their divorce, though he frequently appeared to be more worried about what his peers would say about him as a divorcee than the prospect of being alone. For years, she struggled with an eating disorder. In high school, she was stalked by her psychology teacher. He sent her handwritten messages in red ink, the letters in all caps. He called her on the phone. "You're a naughty girl," he would say. She reported the teacher's behavior to the principal, who confiscated her evidence of the teacher's wrongdoing. A Narratively blog post she later wrote on the subject was picked up by The Guardian, and triggered an international investigation into coverups of misconduct at the school. Some reviews and advance media regarding I Am Yours have painted Zaman's memoir as part of a healing process. Prior to the February release of the book, Zaman told Ms. that she had continued to tweak the manuscript in light of her reflections on the election of President Donald Trump, the #MeToo movement and,…
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Asal muasalnya, ada sebuah restoran di Jalan Simpang Tiga Kuching, bersetentangan dengan the Spring Mall yang wujud sejak 1980an bermana Gamelan. Mula-mula saya makan di situ sekitar 1986 bila saya mengikuti Kursus Induksi SAO (PTN) di Pusat Latihan Kerajaan Sarawak yang kini sudah dibangun menjadi Swineburne Universiti. Ianya di usahakan oleh Ibu Silvia seorang warga Indonesia dari Menado Sulawesi yang mana anaknya menikah dengan penduduk tempatan. Saya sering ke Restoran tersebut pada 2000an. Makanan kegemaran saya adalah Ikan Asin Presto, Gurami Flying Fish dan Tahu Telur. Pada masa itu, segala macam Penyet belum wujud. Di Gamelan, kalau masakan ayam, paling saya gemari adalah Ayam Kampung Kalasan dan Pop. Saya sering tertanya-tanya, apa itu ikan gurami dan presto, khasnya ikan presto. Saya dikhabarkan bahawa ikan persto itu istimewa penghasilan Surabaya. Hanya pada 2018, baru saya tahu presto itu adalah istilah Indonesia untuk pressurize cooker. Ikan dipressurize agar tulang-tulangnya menjadi lembut bila digoreng deep fry akan menjadi ranggup dan boleh dikunyah dengan mudah. Mungkin pada 2019 ini saya akan mencoba untuk membuat Terubuk Presto biar setanding dengan Ikan Presto Surabaya.

(2) I love local dishes. Ke mana saja saya pergi, saya pasti mencari special authentic local dishes. Makan adalah kegemaran nombor wahid saya. Kemudian sight seeing, membaca, fotografi dan menulis. Saya paling mudah getting annoyed bila saya tidak mendapat apa yang hendak saya makan. Mungkin pengaruh silam ibu dan dua nenek saya yang suka masak dan mereka sering memasak masakan kegemaran saya, telah mempengaruhi my eating taste secara azali.

(3) Gamelan saya ambilalih pada 2012. Saya belanjakan hampir separuh dari Bayaran Graduiti dan Simpanan KWSP saya untuk membina semula Restoran tersebut. Bila siap, saya serahkan kepada beberapa orang kawan untuk mengurusnya dengan baik. Namun, rezeki belum bersama saya, setelah sekitar 18 bulan beroperasi, saya terpaksa serahkan Restoran tersebut kepada seorang teman lain dalam keadaan 80 peratus perfect condition secara percuma. Namun enam bulan kemudian, teman ini juga tidak dapat mengurusnya, maka saya kembalikan well renovated premise tersebut kepada tuan punyanya. Kini, dalam keadaan ianya seperti pemulihan yang saya buat, seorang pengusaha lain kelihatan cukup berjaya mengurusnya. Sesungguhnya lokasi serta menu asal Gamelan sudah cukup terkenal dan ianya dan mempunyai loyal cumtomers tersendiri. Restoran itu saya ubah namanya dari Gamelan ke Nusantara. Cita-cita mulanya, saya ingin membina suatu signage Nusantara sebagai pengabadian saya kepada rantau Melayu ini.

(4) Flying Fish Gurami, Osphronemus spp yang saya sering makan juga sedikit menimbulkan banyak tanda tanya. Bila ditanya, dari mana Ibu Silvia mendapat sumber ikan ini, beliau sering menyatakan bekalannya dari Indonesia. Lantaran sudah digoreng garing, sukar untuk saya mengenali ikan tersebut. Saya jarang tahu nama ikan.  Saya bukanlah anak nelayan dan perbuatan yang paling saya tidak suka adalah memancing. Saya tidak punya kesabaran untuk menanti ikan meregut kail. Sebetulnya, tabiat terburuk saya adalah tidak suka menanti dan dinanti. Saya paling benci jika perlu menunggu atau ditunggu. Paling di masa anak-anak saya hanya suka menjaul, menaut, membubu, dan memasang pukat di muara-muara anak sungai kecil-kecil. Semua kerja menangkap ikan sebegini tidak memerlukan saya menunggu sehingga ikan makan kail. Biasanya, semua ini saya tegar (pasang) bila air mula pasang, dan saya akan kembali menjengah (mengangkat) mengutip bila air sudah separuh dan atau surut penuh.

(5) Saya tidak makan ikan peliharaan dalam kolam. Namun cara Ibu Silvia membuat masakan gurami, cukup nyaman. Tidak terasa hanyirnya. Apa lagi bila dicicah dengan sambal khas cara Menado atau Jawa. Sambal cili api cara Siam juga saya kira sangat cocok dengan deep fry gurami. Satu hidangan Gurami Flying Fish boleh mencecah RM50.00-80.00/ekor. Kebetulan, saya melawat Jogjakarta pada 2009. Setelah melawat pelbagai projek di sana, saya berhenti makan di sebuah Restoran Asli Jawa. Restorannya terbina di atas kolam ikan yang luas. Konsep restoran sebegini di Indonesia disebut sebagai Lesehan atau Gazebo. Saya seperti biasa inginkan gurami tetapi sekali ini saya kepingin 100 peratus asli Jawa. Pelayan Lesehan agak binggung, bagaimana rupanya gurami asli Jawa. Saya nyatakan, ikan gurami mesti peliharaan dan dijaga oleh orang Jawa. Yang memasaknya juga mesti Jawa. Yang menghidang meladeni juga mesti Jawa. Bayarannya, juga saya akan mengunakan wang Jawa. Sambil berlalu pergi untuk menyampaikan pesanan ke dapur, pelayan sempat bergurau bercanda, "Yang makannya juga harus Jawa Pak". Jawab saya mudah "Loh kue kok keakehan ngomong, ayuh cepet bawa guraminya ke sini". Dengan itu, dia berlalu sambil membalas "Wah sampean Bapak yo Tiang Jawi Malaysia". Bila dia kembali dengan hidangan gurami, saya bertanya, apa saya boleh melihat gurami yang masih hidup. Dia lantas mengambil sedikit nasi dan menghamburnya ke kolam di bawah Lesehan. Maka berkeruyuk berkumpulan ikan gurami timbul menyambar taburan nasi tersebut. Saya agak terkeju. "Loh apa itu gurami?". Itu di Malaysia namanya Kaloi. Ikan hiasan. "Tidak pernah saya makan ikan itu di Malaysia". Tetapi di Restoran Gamelan, Kuching, entah sudah berapa puloh ekor saya makan tanpa sedar itulah gurami sang kaloi.

(6) Kebetulan pada 2009, saya membina sebuah Kedai Kampung untuk diuruskan oleh keluarga saya. Di pinggir kedai, saya bina sebuah kolam. Permulaannya saya hanya membela Tilapia. Namun lama kelamaan saya bunuh semua Tilapia tersebut dan membina semula kolam itu dengan simen. Tabii tilapia, bila hendak bertelur, mereka suka mengali tebing kolam untuk membuat sarang sehingga lama-kelamaan tebing kolam boleh runtuh.  Kemudian, dengan dorongan ilham tanpa sedar dari Allah saya membeli beberapa ekor kaloi @ gurami dan meletakkannya di kolam tersebut. Ikan-ikan kaloi ini menjadi daya tarikan pelangan untuk melangan di kedai saya. Anak-anak cukup riuh rendah saat mereka melihat kalui-kalui ini. Saya kemudian tambahkan sehingga 20-30 ekor kalui dari pelbagai spesis termasuk asli Sarawak, Sabah dan Siam. Malangnya sejak 2009 sehingga 2011, saya dapati kalui saya tidak pernah membiak. Harga bibit kalui cukup mahal. Bagi yang sebesar dua jari, harganya RM10-15 setiap satu. Jika sudah sebesar 4-5 jari, boleh mencecah RM100-150 seekor. Bagi memastikan semua hidup baik, saya biasa membeli yang ukuran 4-5 jari.

(7) Gurami adalah nama generik bagi kaloi dan sepat. Saiznya boleh mencecah sehingga ke 5-7 kilo seekor dan ada juga yang kecil-kecil sebagai ikan hiasan semata-mata. Ikan ini tersebar di seluruh kawasan tropika dunia, dari Mekong terus ke Amazon, Nigeria-Madagascar sehinggalah ke seluruh Nusantara. Saya kira, niat asal saya untuk membina signage Nusantara kini Allah sedang dorong kepada mempelopori pengusahaan gurami di Malaysia dan khasnya di Sarawak. Di rantau Borneo, dikatakan mempunyai kepelbagaian spesis gurami yang besar.

(8) Pada 2012, bila saya bersara awal dari berkhidmat di dalam Kerajaan, sayapun memasang angan-angan untuk menjadi penternak gurami yang berjaya. Pada 2012 juga saya membina Restoran di sebelah Kedai Kampung saya. Sekali lagi, usaha ini adalah aruhan ilham tanpa sedar dari Allah swt. Saya kemudian memasang angan-angan bahawa Restoran saya akan terkenal kerana gurami. Maka bermula 2012, saya mengembangkan pelbagai usaha saya di Kampung. Saya bina rumah burung walit, reban puyuh, reban ayam serta rumah Kampung saya. Semua binaan ini dikelilingi kolam-kolam simen. Tahun-tahun 2012-2015 adalah tahun-tahun experimental saya. Saya cuba mencari jalan untuk membiakan gurami secara alami. Saya bertanya semua pembekal bibit gurami di Kuching, mereka cukup kedekut untuk berkongsi ilmu. Dalam saya dihadapi resah tercari-cari jalan untuk membiak gurami, sekali lagi Allah mendatangkan ilham tanpa sedar kepada saya. Suatu hari bila saya memberikan makanan di kolam tanah terbuka, saya dapati banyak anak-anak ikan di pinggir kolam berebut makanan pallet. Saya amat-amati betul-betul, dan alangkah seronoknya untuk melihat bahawa ikan gurami saya di kolam tanah terbuka sudah membiak secara alami. Dari situ, saya mulai meneliti keadaan ekologi kolam yang boleh meransang pembiakan secara alami gurami. Alhamdullillah saya temukan jalannya. Seperti burung, gurami perlu membina sarang untuk bertelur dan menetas. Maka ianya perlukan sampah-sampah gentian untuk tujuan itu. Dari situ, sekali lagi saya mengubah suai kolam-kolam simen saya untuk menjadi asli alami. Alhamdullillah, sejak 2015, semua kolam saya menjadi kolam pembiakan gurami. Saya mengira kini, saya mempunyai tidak kurang dari 600-700 ekor gurami dewasa di kolam-kolam saya yang ada. Kini terdapat 8 buah kolam semuanya. Empat darinya adalah kolam simen terbuka concrete pond. Satu kolam tanah terbuka earth pond. Dua kolam simen di atas tanah raised concrete pond. Serta sebuah kolam simen di bawah bangunan covered concrete pond iaitu reban ayam. Setiap kolam saya isikan asalnya dengan 20-30 gurami.

(9) Secara keseluruhan apa yang sedang saya bina di Kampung, saya namakan sebagai MyStore Enterprise. Kenapa MyStore dan bukan nama lain. Sekitar 2009, saya telah ke Carlifornia Amerika. Saya telah dibawa ke sebuah Farm di gurun Carlifornia. Pengusaha Farm ini cukup berdayacipta. Dari segala lori, bas, kereta, motosikal, perabut bahkan peti-peti talipon terbuang semuanya beliau bina menjadi bahan tarikan Farm beliau. Seni taman malah haiwan-haiwan peliharaan beliau juga turut anih-anih dan cukup menarik. Dari sejak itu, saya membina mimpi untuk menjadikan Kampung atau sekuarang-kurang kejiranan saya sebuah Tourism Farm Village. Nama MyStore saya pilih lantaran ianya unique serta mudah diingat. Konsep My menjadikan ianya milik semua. Saya ingin menghadiahkan ilham Membina Kampung Wisata Melayu penuh keceriaan dengan senitaman agro untuk kebaikan semua. Bermula 2019, In Shaa Allah ilham ini akan saya kembangkan secara meluas dan mudah-mudahan ianya akan menjadi aspirasi Melayu-Melayu berjaya untuk jangan jijik Kampung. Semoga dengan ini, menjadikan Melayu-Melayu berjaya untuk berpegang kepada konsep biar sirih pulang ke tampuk, pinang pulang ke gagang dan ikan pulang ke lubuk. Melayu harus membina Kampung menjadi Agro-Park Villa sebagai jalan agar kampung tidak tergadai, Melayu berdaganag bertempat.

(10) Alhamdullilah, saya kini telah dapat memecahkan masalah pembiakan gurami. Namun bila ikan sudah banyak, saya sedikit binggung soal makanan mereka pula. Dari 2012-2016, saya bergantung dengan pallet. Harga baja pallet kian meningkat saban tahun. Suatu pilihan lain harus saya usahakan. Sekali lagi, ilham Allah datangkan kepada saya tanpa saya sedar. Rupa-rupanya sebahagaian dari segala jenis rumpai yang saya tanam sebagai asalnya hanya hiasan di kolam-kolam, saya dapati menjadi makanan kegemaran gurami. Maka dengan itu, selain kangkong dan ubi kayu, kolam saya sedang dipenuhi dengan rumpair Echinodorous palefolius atau nama lainnya Mexican Sword Plant. Selain daun mudanya menjadi makanan kalui, bunganya yang putih bersih menjadi hidangan baik lebah kelulut. Kebetulan sepupu saya di tanah sebelah mempunyai kecenderungan untuk membela kelulut. Beliau mendapat rahmat dari minat saya terhadap kalui. Tanaman ini dikatakan boleh meningkatkan kandungan oksijen air. Di samping itu, akarnya yang berserabut boleh memerangkap habuk dan kelodak kolam. Maka, kolam yang dibatasi rumpair ini sangat jernih airnya. Saya dapati kalui juga dapat membina sarang pembiakan mereka dari serat-serat tangkai rumpair ini yang mereput.

(11) Namun Mexican Sword Plant ini tidaklah produktif. Masa yang agak panjang diperlukan untuk ianya mengeluarkan daun-daun muda. Tanaman kangkong pula perlukan penjagaan sedikit rapi. Dan lagi kangkong tidak dapat dibiak di kolam penuh kaloi. Tidak sempat berputik, semua kalui sapu. Kalui adalah herbivora, iaitu ianya seperti manusia perlukan protein dan kabohiderat sama. Daun kangkong, ubi serta rumpai punya kandungan protein rendah. Seperti iakan lain kalui perlukan kandungan protein antara 17-25 peratus. Lantaran itu, kebergantungan kepada baja pallet tidak dapat dihentikan. Sebegitulah cara Allah, agar kita terus menghargai, mensyukuri nikmatNya. Dia memberikan kita otak, kita harus terus mencari akal untuk menyelesaikan apa juga galang hidup kita. Saya terus berfikir dan tercari-cari. Pastinya di lama maya ini, ada tumbuhan yang punya high protein content. Konsep high protein content plants tiba-tiba muncul di benak saya, maka dari situ titik mula seraching saya seterusnya. Syukur alhamdullilah, Allah berpesan, tiada apa yang Dia cipta tiada faedahnya. Saya memerhati di dalam parit dan longkang. Banyak hidupan air simple cell yang pasti mempunyai high protein content. Di antaranya duck weed, namun ianya sukar membiak. Akhirnya, saya dapati petani di Bangladesh menternak water fern selepas panenan lalu kemudian memberikan ayam-itik malah ruminent lain makan water fern tersebut. Saya juga dapati, ianya juga sedang dikembang biak di Indonesia.

(12) Akhirnya, saya mendapat satu academic search message alert tentang Chemical and Protein Analysis of the aquatic fern, Azolla. Sesungguhnya Allah mahabesar, lewat pengelihatan dan pemikiran tajam Steve Job, saya kini dapat mencapai banyak ilmu secara smart phone. Kemudiannya saya terus menyelidik bagaimana ekologi pembiakan Azola. ... bersambung In Shaa Allah

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Wellington: Neil Wagner bounced New Zealand to a series victory on Tuesday as he took five wickets to demolish Bangladesh by an innings and 12 runs in the rain-shortened second Test. On only the third morning when play was possible in Wellington after...
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Kolkata, March 13 (IANS) Delhis Honey Baisoya recovered well after a slow start to fire a second straight six-under-64 that gave him the halfway lead at the inaugural Bengal Open Golf Championship at the Tollygunge Club, here on Wednesday.

Baisoya, a six-time winner on the PGTI, was one clear of the rest of the field at 12-under-128.

It was a crowded leaderboard as there was a four-way tie for the second spot at 11-under-129 between Delhi's Rashid Khan (64), Bangladesh's Badal Hossain (66), Chandigarh's Karandeep Kochhar (66) and Faridabad-based Karan Pratap Singh (67).

The day's best round of 63 was posted by Delhi's Himmat Rai, Bengaluru's Trishul Chinnappa and Sri Lankan N Thangaraja. While Himmat occupied tied sixth place at 10-under-130, Trishul was tied ninth at nine-under-131 and Thangaraja tied 20th at six-under-134.

The cut went at two-under-138 and 51 professionals made the cut.

Honey Baisoya (64-64) jumped five spots from his overnight tied sixth, thanks to his dogged 64. Honey, who won his last event about a year back, dropped an early bogey on the first where his drive found the trees.

The 22-year-old Baisoya was one-over through four holes before he charted a splendid recovery with consecutive birdies on the fifth, sixth and seventh. Honey missed an ace on the sixth as his magnificent tee shot stopped inches from the hole. After another dropped shot on the eighth, Baisoya hit top-gear on the inward nine with five birdies, courtesy some accurate drives and approach shots.

Honey said, "I've shot two rounds of 64 but I would rate today's round better as I started from the front-nine, which has some tough holes at the beginning especially the first and the third. I got into my stride on the back-nine today as I created a lot of chances by consistently hitting the fairways.

Rashid Khan, the winner at Chittagong last week, moved up from tied 12th to tied second, thanks to another flawless round. Incredibly, five of Rashid's last six rounds have been bogey-free.

Badal Hossain continued in tied second position having traded five birdies for a bogey. Karandeep Kochhar also hung on to joint second place for the second day running.

Round one leader Karan Pratap Singh slipped to tied second after mixing five birdies with a double-bogey. The rookie's sharp short-game saw him make some quality chip-putt birdies and four long putts to save par.

Himmat Rai began the day with birdies on his first three holes, including a chip-in on the 12th. He was seven-under through 10 holes but then stumbled with bogeys on the second and third. However, he managed to pull it back by picking up two more shots thereafter and thus recording the day's joint best round.

Among the prominent names, Bengaluru-based Rahil Gangjee (67) occupied tied 16th at seven-under-133, while Indian star and local favourite SSP Chawrasia (65) was in tied 20th at six-under-134. Incidentally, SSP's nephew Sunit Chowrasia (71), who was overnight tied second, also ended the day in tied 20th place. SSP and Sunit will now be playing in the same group in round three.

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          50 Reasons to Leave It Alone      Cache   Translate Page      
Your son's penis, that is.
DaVinci's "Vitruvian Man" - Did you ever notice that he has his whole penis?

I know, talking about baby penises seems like a strange choice for a blog post.  I used to think that penises came in two varieties, circumcised and uncircumcised....but education is a powerful thing.  Now, I know that they only come in one style - Natural - and we, as parents, choose to alter what God or Nature or Evolution or The Great Spaghetti Monster created.


Why am I calling "uncircumcised" penises "natural"?  Most of the "intactivist" culture uses the word "Intact", which is also accurate, but really, an uncircumcised penis is exactly that - natural.  

Just like women without breast implants have "natural" boobs, or a person has their "natural" nose before a nose job.   It's the way nature made it - therefore, a natural penis.  Does that mean a circumcised penis is unnatural?  Yes, it does.  

I do want to note that I'm not anti-circumcision.  If an adult man wants to modify his body, that is his choice and I support it - just as I would support a woman who wanted labiaplasty, or anyone who wanted to stretch their earlobes or tattoo their body.  I am opposed to the routine circumcision of infants for non-medical reasons.



So, here are 50 reasons to leave your son's penis alone and not let a doctor cut it up.


1.) It's his.

2.) I've never met a man who wanted "less" penis when he was old enough to care.  Men tend to like their penises just the way they are.

3.) You can change your mind.  It's not possible to "un-circumcise", although there are men who have chosen to restore their foreskin later in life.  If you're not sure, don't decide at all.   It's a non-decision.  :)

4.) There is no medical reason to do it routinely.

5.) Circumcision isn't the majority for newborns anymore.  According to the New York Times, the infant circumcision rate is down to 32%.  That means 68% of your son's locker room will likely have natural penises.  If you circumcise, he will probably ask you why he's different from his buddies.

6.) Natural penises are easier to take care of during the diaper-changing years.  Just wipe it like a finger.  No retracting, no mess or fuss.  Compare that to having to care for an open wound in a diaper.

7.) You wouldn't cut your baby girl's genitals.  In fact, it's illegal - even a "nick" is illegal.  Male circumcision is a lot more involved than a nick!

8.) Many doctors and nurses refuse to perform the procedure because it violates the Hippocratic Oath - First, Do No Harm.

9.) It hurts.  A lot.  Really.  Don't believe me?  Watch a video.  With the sound up, please.  If you can't watch the whole thing, can you really ask your newborn to go through it?

10.) Babies can't be properly anesthetized.  An older child or adult would be given anesthesia and strong pain medication after any kind of operation, especially one on their genitals.  Babies can't have the same level of anesthesia and after-care medicine that an older child or an adult would receive.

11.) Did you know?  Infant circumcision rates are less than 10% in the following counties: England, France, Portugal, Italy, Ireland, Canada, Mexico, all of South and Central America, Japan, China, Russia, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Greece, Taiwan, Vietnam, India, Sri Lanka, New Zealand, Australia and more.

Infant circumcision rates are higher than 10% in the following countries: USA, Israel, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Bahrain, Kuwait, Syria, Lebanon,  Yemen, Qatar, Turkey, Jordan, Philippines, Indonesia, Nigeria, Cameroon, Chad, Republic of Congo, Eritrea, and Kenya. 

12.) Men with natural penises are less likely to experience Erectile Dysfunction as they age.  Translation - your son will be less likely to need Viagra when he's 55.

13.) Female sexual partners of men with natural penises are more likely to achieve orgasm during sexual intercourse.  They are also less likely to need lubricant.

14.) There are over 20,000 nerve endings in the foreskin.  That's more than in the female clitoris.

15.) The foreskin protects the head of the penis.


16.) The foreskin provides lubrication during sexual intercourse.  Men with natural penises are less likely to use lubrication during sex or masturbation.

17.) No major medical organization on earth recommends routine circumcision of infants.

18.) It's easy to clean when he's older.  Shower.   Besides, by the time his foreskin is retractable, (average age, 10.4 years old), you will no longer be cleaning his penis.  I hope.

19.) Circumcision does not prevent AIDS, or any other STD. Condoms do.  Having sex with one, monogamous partner and avoiding IV drug use prevents AIDS.  Why would you assume your baby's going to be a man-whore anyway?

20.) We don't chop off ears to prevent ear infections.  We don't remove baby toenails to prevent fungal infections.  We don't cut off body parts anymore when a wound becomes infected.  In the very unlikely event your son does develop an infection, we have antibiotics. 

21.) Circumcision in the US began as a method to discourage masturbation, advocated by Kellogg, the cereal magnate, who also believed in the importance of daily cold enemas.  Really - true story!! He stressed that circumcision should be done without anesthesia so boys would remember the pain every time they wanted to masturbate.   How'd that work out?

22.)  Natural penises only "look funny" to you if they are unfamiliar to you.  Your son's generation will see them as normal.

23.) Women produce far more smegma than men, but we don't cut off their baby girl labia to keep things "clean."

24.) Your son will respect you for leaving the decision up to him, and for respecting his right to genital integrity.

25.) Complications of circumcision are NOT rare. Check out this thread on Babycenter.com (a mommy board, not a circumcision website) to read their stories.

26.) Most hospital circumcisions are performed by Obstetricians and Gynecologists, whose specialty is female reproduction, not male.

27.) Circumcision is not usually performed in a sterile operating room, but in a dirty nursery or a side room in hospitals without nurseries.

28.) Circumcision makes money for doctors.  A doctor who performs circumcisions makes an extra $20,000-160,000 per year on the operations.  That's why they offer circumcision at hospitals - for cash.  They'll ask you if you want your son circumcised multiple times at the hospital: they want the money.

29.) Less than 1% of men with foreskins will ever "need" to be circumcised, just as the vast majority of women will never need a hysterectomy or mastectomy.  We don't remove tonsils or fingernails or anything else at birth "in case" it has a problem.

30.) Penile cancer causes 300 deaths a year, almost exclusively in men over the age of 70.  Infant circumcision causes over 500 deaths a year worldwide.  Circumcision does not prevent penile cancer.

31.) Babies with foreskins are more likely to breastfeed successfully.  Infant circumcision interferes with breastfeeding and hinders breastfeeding success.  Isn't breastfeeding hard enough?

32.) Fathers don't spend time comparing penises with their sons.  If your son does notice that his penis is different from Dad's (other than size and hair), you can simply explain that Daddy had an operation when he was a baby.  My dad lost half of his ring finger in an accident, but I was never bothered by having all of my fingers.

33.) Your grandfather (or great-grandfather) probably wasn't circumcised, unless you are of Jewish or Muslim descent.  It's a relatively new thing in the USA.  Abe Lincoln and George Washington had foreskins.

34.) Most circumcised penises have scars.  If you've ever seen a circumcised penis, you have probably seen circumcision scars and didn't know what they were.  Curious?  Click here for pictures (adult eyes please, extremely graphic).

35.) When erect, natural penises don't look very different from circumcised ones (adult eyes please)

36.) Babies have died following complications of circumcision.

37.) Babies have had the glans (head) of their penis accidentally amputated during circumcision.

38.) Female circumcision was legal in the United States until 1985.  It was practiced in the USA as recently as the 1979 to prevent masturbation.

39.) Your health insurance may not cover the procedure.  Medicaid does not cover it in 16 states, and many major insurance companies also do not reimburse for the surgery, since it is cosmetic.  If your insurance doesn't cover it, it probably also does not cover any complications.

40.) Babies are strapped down on a circumstraint to have the procedure done.  That is the most unnatural, terrifying position for a baby, who previously was all curled up and safe inside Mama's body.

41.)  If you believe in evolution, why are men born with foreskins?  If you believe in God, why did he give men foreskins?  Did they screw up?

42.) If you are Christian, your religion actually *forbids* circumcision.  Your son's body is a temple, and Jesus was the sacrifice to end all sacrifices - including the foreskin.  See this link for more info.

43.) If you are Jewish, you should know that there is considerable debate about the religious necessity of circumcision. 

44.) If you do believe that your religion requires the sacrifice of the foreskin, your son can choose to sacrifice his foreskin in the name of religion when he is old enough to make the decision himself.

45.) The foreskin is fused to the head of an infant's penis, just like your fingernail is fused to your finger.  Have you ever pulled back your fingernail all the way?  Owwwwwwwwwwwww.

46.) Circumcision makes penises smaller.  Who wants a smaller penis?

47.) "My partner should make the decision, he has a penis/she looks at penises" is a dumb reason to abdicate responsibility for a decision.  You are your baby's parent, penis or not, and you have a responsibility to protect your child from harm.  Victims of FGM (aka female circumcision) are the most vocal supporters and perpetrators of the abuse.  Call on your inner Mama or Papa-bear and stand up for your baby's rights.  Make your partner watch a video with the sound on and convince YOU why they want this done to their precious child.

48.) You have seen an uncircumcised penis, and you probably didn't even notice.  Take a look at this (safe for kids) picture!



49.) He'll be in good company.  Check out this (in my opinion, mouth-watering) gallery of famous intact men!  From Elvis, James Dean, Will Smith, Leonardo DiCaprio, Jude Law and sooo many others.
 Jensen Ackles, my personal favorite.


50.) It's his.  I know, I said it already. but it's really the first and last reason - and perhaps the only one you really need.  It's his body, and unless medically necessary, it should be his choice.  You wouldn't give him a nose job without his permission, you wouldn't tattoo your infant.  This is the same thing.  If you really look at your motives, why would you want to take the risks?  Leave the decision where it belongs - in your son's hands.
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Government Officials, Doctors Among Ethiopian Crash Victims
The crash of an Ethiopian Airlines jetliner shortly after takeoff from Addis Ababa shattered families and communities

In this image taken from video, rescuers search through wreckage at the scene of an Ethiopian Airlines flight that crashed shortly after takeoff at Hejere near Bishoftu, or Debre Zeit, some 50 kilometers (31 miles) south of Addis Ababa, in Ethiopia Sunday, March 10, 2019. The Ethiopian Airlines flight crashed shortly after takeoff from Ethiopia's capital on Sunday morning, killing all 157 on board, authorities said, as grieving families rushed to airports in Addis Ababa and the destination, Nairobi. (AP Photo/Yidnek Kirubel)

Associated Press
ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia

Three Austrian physicians. The co-founder of an international aid organization. A career ambassador. The wife and children of a Slovak legislator. A Nigerian-born Canadian college professor, author and satirist. They were all among the 157 people from 35 countries who died Sunday morning when an Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 MAX 8 jetliner crashed shortly after takeoff from Addis Ababa en route to Nairobi, Kenya. Here are some of their stories.

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Kenya: 32 victims

— Hussein Swaleh, the former secretary general of the Football Kenya Federation, was named as being among the dead by Sofapaka Football Club.

He was due to return home on the flight after working as the match commissioner in an African Champions League game in Egypt on Friday.

— Cedric Asiavugwa, a law student at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., was on his way to Nairobi after the death of his fiancee's mother, the university said in a statement.

Asiavugwa, who was in his third year at the law school, was born and raised in Mombasa, Kenya. Before he came to Georgetown, he worked with groups helping refugees in Zimbabwe, Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania, the university said.

At Georgetown, Asiavugwa studied international business and economic law.

The university said Asiavugwa's family and friends "remembered him as a kind, compassionate and gentle soul, known for his beautifully warm and infectious smile."

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Canada: 18 victims

—Pius Adesanmi, a Nigerian professor with Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada, was on his way to a meeting of the African Union's Economic, Social and Cultural Council in Nairobi, John O. Oba, Nigeria's representative to the panel, told The Associated Press.

The author of "Naija No Dey Carry Last," a collection of satirical essays, Adesanmi had degrees from Ilorin and Ibadan universities in Nigeria, and the University of British Columbia. He was director of Carleton's Institute of African Studies, according to the university's website. He was also a former assistant professor of comparative literature at Pennsylvania State University.

"Pius was a towering figure in African and post-colonial scholarship and his sudden loss is a tragedy," said Benoit-Antoine Bacon, Carleton's president and vice chancellor.

Adesanmi was the winner of the inaugural Penguin Prize for African non-fiction writing in 2010.

Mitchell Dick, a Carleton student who is finishing up a communications honors degree, said he took a first- and second-year African literature course with Adesanmi.

Adesanmi was "extremely nice and approachable," and stood out for his passion for the subject matter, Dick said.

—Mohamed Hassan Ali confirmed that he had lost his sister and niece.

Ali said his sister, Amina Ibrahim Odowaa, and her five-year-old daughter, Safiya, were on board the jet that went down six minutes after it took off from the Addis Ababa airport on the way to Nairobi, Kenya.

"(She was) a very nice person, very outgoing, very friendly. Had a lot of friends," he said of his sister, who lived in Edmonton and was travelling to Kenya to visit with relatives.

Amina Ibrahim Odowaa and her daughter Sofia Faisal Abdulkadir

The 33-year-old Edmonton woman and her five year-old daughter were travelling to Kenya to visit with relatives.

A family friend said Odowaa has lived in Edmonton since 2006.

— Derick Lwugi, an accountant with the City of Calgary, was also among the victims, his wife, Gladys Kivia, said. He leaves behind three children, aged 17, 19 and 20, Kivia said.

The couple had been in Calgary for 12 years, and Lwugi had been headed to Kenya to visit both of their parents.

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Ethiopia: 9 victims

— The aid group Save the Children said an Ethiopian colleague died in the crash.

Tamirat Mulu Demessie had been a child protection in emergencies technical adviser and "worked tirelessly to ensure that vulnerable children are safe during humanitarian crises," the group said in a statement.

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China: 8 victims

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Italy: 8 victims

—Paolo Dieci, one of the founders of the International Committee for the Development of Peoples, was among the dead, the group said on its website.

"The world of international cooperation has lost one of its most brilliant advocates and Italian civil society has lost a precious point of reference," wrote the group, which partners with UNICEF in northern Africa.

UNICEF Italia sent a tweet of condolences over Dieci's death, noting that CISP, the group's Italian acronym, was a partner in Kenya, Libya and Algeria.

—Sebastiano Tusa, the Sicilian regional assessor to the Italian Culture Ministry, was en route to Nairobi when the plane crashed, according to Sicilian regional President Nello Musemeci. In a statement reported by the ANSA news agency, Musemeci said he received confirmation from the foreign ministry, which confirmed the news to The Associated Press.

In a tweet, Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte said it was a day of pain for everyone. He said: "We are united with the relatives of the victims and offer them our heartfelt thoughts."

Tusa was also a noted underwater archaeologist.

—The World Food Program confirmed that two of the Italian victims worked for the Rome-based U.N. agency.

A WFP spokeswoman identified the victims as Virginia Chimenti and Maria Pilar Buzzetti.

—Three other Italians worked for the Bergamo-based humanitarian agency, Africa Tremila: Carlo Spini, his wife, Gabriella Viggiani and the treasurer, Matteo Ravasio.

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United States: 8 victims

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France: 7 victims

—A group representing members of the African diaspora in Europe is mourning the loss of its co-chairperson and "foremost brother," Karim Saafi.

A French Tunisian, Saafi, 38, was on an official mission representing the African Diaspora Youth Forum in Europe, the group announced on its Facebook page.

"Karim's smile, his charming and generous personality, eternal positivity, and his noble contribution to Youth employment, diaspora engagement and Africa's socio-economic development will never be forgotten," the post read. "Brother Karim, we'll keep you in our prayers."

Saafi left behind a fiancée.

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UK: 7 victims

— Joanna Toole, a 36-year-old from Exmouth, Devon, was heading to Nairobi to attend the United Nations Environment Assembly when she was killed.

Father Adrian described her as a "very soft and loving" woman whose "work was not a job — it was her vocation".

"Everybody was very proud of her and the work she did. We're still in a state of shock. Joanna was genuinely one of those people who you never heard a bad word about," he told the DevonLive website.

He also said she used to keep homing pigeons and pet rats and travelled to the remote Faroe Islands to prevent whaling.

Manuel Barange, the director of Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations fisheries and aquaculture department, tweeted saying he was "profoundly sad and lost for words" over the death of the "wonderful human being".

— Joseph Waithaka, a 55-year-old who lived in Hull for a decade before moving back to his native Kenya, also died in the crash, his son told the Hull Daily Mail.

Ben Kuria, who lives in London, said his father had worked for the Probation Service, adding: "He helped so many people in Hull who had found themselves on the wrong side of the law."

Waithaka had dual Kenyan and British citizenship, the BBC reported.

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Egypt: 6 victims

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Germany: 5 victims

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India: 4 victims

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Slovakia: 4 victims

—A lawmaker of Slovak Parliament said his wife, daughter and son were killed in the crash. Anton Hrnko, a legislator for the ultra-nationalist Slovak National Party, said he was "in deep grief" over the deaths of his wife, Blanka, son, Martin, and daughter, Michala. Their ages were not immediately available.

Martin Hrnko was working for the Bubo travel agency. The agency said he was traveling for his vacation in Kenya.

President Andrej Kiska offered his condolences to Hrnko.

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Austria: 3 victims

—Austrian Foreign Ministry spokesman Peter Guschelbauer confirmed that three Austrian doctors in their early 30s were on board the flight. The men were on their way to Zanzibar, he said, but he could not confirm the purpose of their trip.

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Russia: 3 victims

—The Russian Embassy in Ethiopia said that airline authorities had identified its deceased nationals as Yekaterina Polyakova, Alexander Polyakov and Sergei Vyalikov.

News reports identify the first two as husband and wife. State news agency RIA-Novosibirsk cites a consular official in Nairobi as saying all three were tourists.

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Sweden: 3 victims

— Hospitality company Tamarind Group announced "with immense shock and grief" that its chief executive Jonathan Seex was among the fatalities.

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Israel: 2 victims

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Morocco: 2 victims

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Poland: 2 victims

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Spain: 2 victims

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Belgium: 1 victim

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Djibouti: 1 victim

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Indonesia: 1 victim

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Ireland: 1 victim

— Irishman Michael Ryan was among the seven dead from the United Nations' World Food Programme, a humanitarian organization distributing billions of rations every year to those in need.

The Rome-based aid worker and engineer known as Mick was formerly from Lahinch in County Clare in Ireland's west and was believed to be married with two children.

His projects have included creating safe ground for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh and assessing the damage to rural roads in Nepal that were blocked by landslides.

Irish premier Leo Varadkar said: "Michael was doing life-changing work in Africa with the World Food Programme."

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Mozambique: 1 victim

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Nepal: 1 victim

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Nigeria: 1 victim

—The Nigerian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said it received the news of retired Ambassador Abiodun Oluremi Bashu's death "with great shock and prayed that the Almighty God grant his family and the nation, the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss."

Bashu was born in Ibadan in 1951 and joined the Nigerian Foreign Service in 1976. He had served in different capacities both at Headquarters and Foreign Missions such as Vienna, Austria, Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire and Tehran, Iran. He also served as secretary to the Conference of Parties of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.

At the time of his death, Bashu was on contract with the United Nations Economic Commission of Africa.

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Norway: 1 victim

—The Red Cross of Norway confirmed that Karoline Aadland, a finance officer, was among those on the flight.

Aadland, 28, was originally from Bergen, Norway. The Red Cross said she was traveling to Nairobi for a meeting.

Aadland's Linkedin page says she had done humanitarian and environmental work. The page says her work and studies had taken her to France, Kenya, South Africa and Malawi.

"People who know me describe me as a resourceful, dedicated and kindhearted person," she wrote on Linkedin.

The Red Cross says in a news release that it "offers support to the closest family, and to employees who want it," the organization said in a news release.

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Rwanda: 1 victim

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Saudi Arabia: 1 victim

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Serbia: 1 victim

Serbia's foreign ministry confirmed that one of its nationals was aboard the plane. The ministry gave no further details, but local media identified the man as 54-year-old Djordje Vdovic.

The Vecernje Novosti daily reported that he worked at the World Food Program.

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Somalia: 1 victim

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Sudan: 1 victim

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Togo: 1 victim

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Uganda: 1 victim

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Yemen: 1 victim

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U.N. passport: 1 victim

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Si moltiplicano le adesioni al Global Strike for Future del 15 marzo. Mobilitazione mondiale per il clima
L'Osservatore Romano
In tutto il mondo ci sono giovani che si stanno preparando per il Global Strike for Future, lo sciopero globale del 15 marzo, voluto per protestare contro lo stallo politico in tema di risposte ai cambiamenti climatici. L’iniziativa è partita dopo le manifestazioni organizzate negli ultimi mesi dalla sedicenne Greta Thunberg, che è intervenuta — interpellando i leader mondiali — alla Cop24, la conferenza delle Nazioni Unite sul cambiamento climatico che si è svolta a Katowice, in Polonia.
In quell’occasione ha detto: «Voi dite di amare i vostri figli sopra ogni cosa, ma state rubando loro il futuro davanti agli occhi». Greta ha iniziato la sua lotta nell’agosto del 2018 quando la Svezia ha registrato una eccezionale ondata di calore. Il suo slogan #fridayforfuture è diventato virale. In questi mesi, la teenager, scelta da «The Time» tra le ragazzine più influenti al mondo del 2018, ha organizzato un corteo prima alcuni venerdì a Stoccolma e poi ha ripetuto l’iniziativa, raccogliendo molti consensi, a Bruxelles e in altre capitali europee, come Berlino.
Per il 15 marzo già molti ragazzi hanno risposto da diversi paesi europei ma anche dal Giappone, da Hong Kong, dalla Nuova Zelanda, dal Vietnam e dal Bangladesh.
In tema di cambiamenti climatici è intervenuto ieri il capo dello stato italiano, Sergio Mattarella, ricordando l’appello ad assicurare «misure concordate a livello planetario» sottoscritto, in autunno, da alcuni capi di stato europei. Mattarella ha ricordato la consapevolezza condivisa che «gli sforzi compiuti nelle diverse conferenze internazionali, che si sono succedute hanno, sin qui, conseguito risultati significativi ma parziali e ancora insufficienti», aggiungendo: «Siamo sull’orlo di una crisi climatica globale».

L'Osservatore Romano, 13-14 marzo 2019

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Current Affairs Questions for Upcoming Competitive Exams:

The General Awareness Section of Banking Exams covers numerous sections like Banking Awareness, Static GK, and Current Affairs. So it becomes important for you all to cover this particular section with sincerity and seriousness. Knowledge of current news also helps you deal with the PI and GD more efficiently. Here is a quiz on Current Affairs to let you assess your Current Affairs Knowledge.



Q1. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Bangladesh counterpart Sheikh Hasina jointly unveiled e-plaques for development projects in Bangladesh through video conferencing. Which among the following was/were the project /projects? 
1. Supply of buses and trucks, 
2. Inauguration of 36 community clinics, 
3. Inauguration of 11 water treatment plants, 
4. Extension of National Knowledge Network to Bangladesh.
Only (1)
Both (1) and (2)
Both (2) and (3)
All (1), (2), (3), and (4)
Both (3) and (4)
Solution:
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Bangladesh counterpart Sheikh Hasina jointly unveiled e-plaques for development projects in Bangladesh through video conferencing. Both the leaders launched the e-plaques for these projects in Bangladesh:
1. Supply of buses and trucks,
2. Inauguration of 36 community clinics,
3. Inauguration of 11 water treatment plants,
4. Extension of National Knowledge Network to Bangladesh.

Q2. Defence Research and Development Organization (DRDO) successfully test fired the PINAKA guided WEAPON rocket system from _________________.
West Bengal
Rajasthan
Punjab
Gujarat
Odisha
Solution:
Defence Research and Development Organization (DRDO) successfully test fired the PINAKA guided WEAPON rocket system from Pokhran range in Rajasthan.

Q3. The Vice President of India, M. Venkaiah Naidu had recently visited which of the following pair of countries for the first time?
Costa Rica and Argentina
Bolivia and Argentina
Paraguay and Costa Rica
Argentina and Brazil
Paraguay and Argentina
Solution:
The Vice President of India, M. Venkaiah Naidu visited the Republic of Paraguay and the Republic of Costa Rica. This was the first high-level visit from India to both these countries. He was accompanied by a high-level delegation including the Minister of State for Tourism (I/C), Alphons Kannanthanam, the Members of Parliament and senior officials from the Government of India.

Q4. State-owned Punjab National Bank (PNB) has sanctioned loans worth ___________ to over 1,600 Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) through the psbloansin59minutes.com portal as part of its effort to promote such industries.
Rs 578 crore
Rs 689 crore
Rs 235 crore
Rs 455 crore
Rs 729 crore
Solution:
State-owned Punjab National Bank (PNB) has sanctioned loans worth Rs 689 crore to over 1,600 Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) through the psbloansin59minutes.com portal as part of its effort to promote such industries.

Q5. Name the bench of National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) that has approved the Rs 42,000-crore resolution plan submitted by ArcelorMittal for the debt-ridden Essar Steel Ltd.
Kolkata bench
Varanasi bench
Ahmedabad bench
Kochi bench
Mumbai bench
Solution:
The Ahmedabad bench of the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) has approved the Rs 42,000-crore resolution plan submitted by ArcelorMittal for the debt-ridden Essar Steel Ltd. The tribunal’s approval for the mega-deal has come 583 days after it started the insolvency proceedings, instead of the mandated 270 days.

Q6. The new visa agreement recently came into effect between India and ______________.
Bangladesh
Nepal
Sri Lanka
Afghanistan
Maldives
Solution:
The new visa agreement between India and Maldives came into force. The new policy provides a liberal visa policy for Maldivian citizens seeking medical treatment as well as education and business opportunities in India.

Q7. Name the Distinguished Scientist and Director, physics group of the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) who has been appointed as the director of BARC recently.
K P Masand
Dr. Anurag Basu
K.N. Vyas
Dr. A.K. Mohanty
Dr. P. Cristopher
Solution:
Dr. A.K. Mohanty, Distinguished Scientist and Director, physics group of the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) and Director, Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics, Kolkata took over as Director, BARC from Mr. K.N. Vyas, Chairman, Atomic Energy Commission and Secretary to the Government of India, Department of Atomic Energy.

Q8. India is the second largest importer of weapons in the world, as per the annual report ‘Trends in International Arms Transfers-2018’ released by the think tank Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI). It was replaced from 1st position by which of the following country?
Egypt
Iran
Israel
Saudi Arabia
China
Solution:
India is the second largest importer of weapons in the world, as per the annual report ‘Trends in International Arms Transfers-2018’ released by the think tank Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI). Saudi Arabia is now the world’s largest weapons importer.

Q9. After the sad demise of Dr. Homi Jehangir Bhabha Atomic Energy Establishment, Trombay (AEET) was renamed Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) in ______________.
1936
1966
1987
1984
1975
Solution:
Dr. Homi Jehangir Bhabha established the Atomic Energy Establishment, Trombay (AEET) in January 1954. After the sad demise of Bhabha in 1966, AEET was renamed Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC).

Q10. What is the Capital city of Paraguay?
Sucre
La Paz
Savanna
Asuncion
Baku
Solution:
Paraguay Capital: Asunción, Currency: Paraguayan guaraní.

               




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The current Common Council, under the leadership of Tom DePietro, takes pride in the civil manner in which it conducts its business. All of that seemed out the window last night, in a meeting that lasted for more than an hour and a half and included many a feisty moment.

The discord started with a resolution forwarded to the full Council by the Housing and Transportation Committee, chaired by Tiffany Garriga (Second Ward). The resolution calls for extending New York State's Emergency Tenant Protection Act (ETPA) of 1974, the law that created rent stabilization, to the entire state. The resolution also expresses support for the following bills now before the state legislature--S2845/A4349, S185/A2351, S2591/A1198, and S2892/A5030--all of which relate to tenants' rights.

Eileen Halloran (Fifth Ward) had concerns about the potential cost to the city of adopting rent stabilization, suggesting it might discourage investment, and protested, "This is an awful lot to ask us to understand and then vote on next week." When DePietro assured her, "This doesn't commit us to anything," Halloran opined, "I don't see Hudson as a place that needs rent stabilization." After several other aldermen reiterated that the resolution simply declared support for legislation, DePietro called for an introduction and a second to introduce the resolution.

That was the last of the resolutions to be introduced, and it was then that audience member Annette Perry rose to deliver an emotional indictment of the Common Council, the main themes of which seemed to be that she was born and raised in Hudson, and it was her town; the members of the Council (or some other undefined you) were taking over her town and wrecking it; and she was not going to let them ignore the kids and the elderly. She accused the Council of "taking from the kids" and "meeting in secret" and complained about the condition of the Youth Center. It is not clear if there was any particular incident that inspired her outrage.

DePietro tried to placate Perry by saying the Council was looking into moving the Youth Center to the former John L. Edwards school and announced that the proposals to do a feasibility study of the potential adaptive reuse of the building would be received and opened today, Tuesday, March 12, at 4:00 p.m., in City Hall.

Alderman Shershah Mizan (Third Ward) then brought up the issue of assessments, stating that some of his constituents saw the assessed value of their property double or triple, and wanted the Common Council to pass a resolution to have those properties reassessed. Mizan was told that's not how the process worked, and city assessor Justin Maxwell explained that the property owners needed to challenge their assessments. Advice was offered about the process by other aldermen, and Mizan was assured that all information needed was available online, but he protested that many homeowners don't have a good command of English, and Alderman Dewan Sarowar (Second Ward) noted that many did not know how to use a computer. Maxwell promised to work on getting interpreters and setting up a meeting with GAR on the weekend expressly for Bangladeshi homeowners. The possibility of extending the deadlines for challenging assessments was also raised, but no decision was made regarding an extension, and it may not be possible since the assessment rolls need to be finalized by July 1.

When DePietro asked if any other aldermen had issues to bring before the Council, Halloran stood, which is not typical for aldermen when they have the floor, and declared that the environment of the Council Chamber was getting "more confrontational" and called for a return of civility. DePietro said he was not allowing anyone to "go over the line," which he defined, in part, as questioning someone's motives. Garriga took Halloran's complaint to be specifically about Perry's tirade and accused Halloran of judging her (Garriga's) constituents who come to City Hall. The exchange devolved into intimations of racism and then segued into aldermen taking turns declaring what they have done, individually and collectively, to help the youth of the city. Audience member Claudia Bruce took the opportunity to bring up the revenue from the lodging tax controlled by the Tourism Board, which now amounts to about $140,000, and express the opinion that the money should not be used for branding and marketing the city but for other things--namely, the Youth Center and sidewalks. DePietro encouraged people concerned about how the funds were spent to attend the next Tourism Board meeting, which will be held on Tuesday, March 26, at 5:30 p.m. at 1 North Front Street.

When DePietro invited comments from the public, a woman who identified herself only as Gloria from CCSM (Columbia County Sanctuary Movement) wanted to know whom to hold accountable for the police "violating the executive order." When DePietro said the Common Council had no jurisdiction over the police and referred her complaint to the mayor, she said, "The mayor is not getting my anger and frustration." Bryan MacCormack, executive director of CCSM, then said, "If our only access is the mayor, it's a closed door meeting. The public has to be involved." Mayor Rick Rector, who was present at the Council meeting, responded, reiterating many of the points made in a statement released on Friday. He avowed that he had supported the "Welcoming and Inclusive City" resolution when he was on the Council and continued to support it and stressed that he just wanted to get to the facts. "If the police did something wrong, we will correct it. If I did something wrong, I want to know." The woman from CCSM told Rector that his statements "don't sound like they are coming from a sincere place."

After DePietro asked MacCormack to provide more evidence that the HPD is violating the the "Welcoming and Inclusive City" resolution, and MacCormack alleged the police were present at the incident last Tuesday "to protect the safety of ICE not anyone else," it was decided that the mayor's next meeting with CCSM would be a public meeting, to take place on Friday, March 15, at 6:00 p.m. in City Hall.
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an attack took place in INDIA on its parliament around same time The person who was accused and hung was not given a fair trial The media conducted a circus of trial. The atmosphere of ant muslim narrative helped the media to ignore the inconsistencies . 1 yr ago Jewish guys 5 of them were arrested oneway to Bangladesh from India , at airport They presented themselves as Afghanistan . WWW.RENSE.COM ,might still have the article. Once arrested ,the cover was blown and there were handed over to Israel under severe Israeli pressure .
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By James M. Dorsey

A podcast version of this story is available on Soundcloud,Itunes, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneInand Tumblr

Recent Chinese pressure on Myanmar to approve a controversial dam project and the arrest in recent days in Kazakhstan of a human rights activist suggest that China in a seemingly tone-deaf pursuit of its interests is forcing governments to choose between heeding increasingly anti-Chinese public sentiment and pleasing Beijing to ensure continued political and economic support.

Apparent Chinese disregard of public opinion, whether as a matter of policy or because of haphazard insensitivity, is compounded by the powering of anti-Chinese sentiment in several countries as a result of commercial terms of China-funded Belt and Road projects that favour the use of Chinese rather than local labour and materials.

The Chinese approach risks anti-Chinese sentiment meshed with social and economic discontent exploding into popular protests that could prove destabilizing. It potentially could complicate Chinese efforts to ensure that the Muslim world continues to refrain from criticizing China’s crackdown on Turkic Muslims in the strategic but troubled north-western province of Xinjiang.

Chinese pressure on various countries aimed at imposing its will strokes with China’s adoption of a more aggressive diplomatic posture that has seen its diplomats employ blunt, undiplomatic language and repeatedly break with diplomatic protocol.

As a result, increasing Chinese pressure on Myanmar to revive the suspended Myitsone dam project in ethnic Kachin state is putting the government between a rock and a hard place.

The government is being forced to choose between ignoring popular concerns that the dam would disrupt the traditional economy of the Kachin in a region wracked by ethnic insurgency and cost Myanmar control of the Irrawaddy River, its most important waterway, or risk the ire of China on which it depends politically and economically.

China has reportedly offered in return for the dam to support Myanmar that has been condemned by the United Nations, Western countries and some Muslim nations for its repressive campaign against the Rohingya, some 700,000 of which fled to Bangladesh in 2017.


China’s state-controlled Global Times newspaper recently quoted Xiamen University Myanmar expert Fan Hongwei as saying that “the abrupt suspension of such a significant project has blurred political trust between China and Myanmar.”

Former Myanmar President Thein Sein in 2011 suspended the US$3.6 billion dam project in response to a campaign that brought together conservationists, scholars, and political activists including Nobel Prize laureate Aung San Suu Kyi.

Activists assert the dam, if built as previously designed, would flood 600 square kilometres of forestland in northern Kachin state and export 90 % of the power produced to China.

Myanmar is not the only country that has recently experienced Chinese attempts to force it to act in ways that could have unintended consequences.

Kazakh police, despite widespread public criticism of the crackdown in Xinjiang, last weekend raided the office of Atajurt Eriktileri, a group that has reportedly documented more than 10,000 cases of ethnic Kazakhs interned in China and arrested activist Serikzhan Bilash.

Activists suspect that the raid was the result of Chinese pressure aimed at squashing criticism of the crackdown in Xinjiang.

Similarly, Russian leaders are facing mounting public anger in the Lake Baikal region and the country’s Far East at their alleged connivance in perceived Chinese encroachment on the region’s natural resources including water.

A petition by prominent Russian show business personalities opposing Chinese plans to build a water bottling plant on the shores of Lake Baikal attracted more than 800,000 signatures, signalling the depth of popular resentment and pitfalls of the Russian alliance with China.

Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi sought to put a good face on differences with China over his country’s demand that the focus of the China Pakistan Economic Project (CPEC), a US$45 billion plus crown jewel of the Belt and Road, be shifted from infrastructure and energy, to poverty alleviation, job creation and agriculture.

China has acknowledged Pakistan’s demand but suggested that the refocussing would happen in good time.

Mr. Qureishi asserted this week had CPEC had entered its second phase but provided few details. The minister said agreements on the second phase that would involve the creation of four economic zones would be concluded at some unspecified date in the future.

China notably refrained in recent months from contributing to a financial bailout of Pakistan that was achieved instead with the help of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates who have committed some US$30 billion in funding and investments.

Pakistani and Chinese officials have gone out of their way in recent months to deny any dent in what they have described as an all-weather friendship.

“There is no threat to CPEC. Our government considers it a game changer,” M. Qureishi insisted this week.

China’s deputy chief of mission in Islamabad, Lijian Zhao, insisted in an interview last year and in a series of tweets that China “always supported & stood behind @Pakistan, helping #develop it’s #infrastructure & raise #living standards while creating #job.”

Ultimately, the proof will be in the pudding. Indications so far are that China is digging in its heels on the assumption that its political and economic clout will allow it to get its way. Its an approach that ignores potential black swans and does little to garner soft power.

Dr. James M. Dorsey is a senior fellow at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, co-director of the University of Würzburg’s Institute for Fan Culture, and co-host of the New Books in Middle Eastern Studies podcast. James is the author of The Turbulent World of Middle East Soccer blog, a book with the same title and a co-authored volume, Comparative Political Transitions between Southeast Asia and the Middle East and North Africa as well as Shifting Sands, Essays on Sports and Politics in the Middle East and North Africa and recently published China and the Middle East: Venturing into the Maelstrom




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