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"And these, he said, include, unfair trade policies, xenophobia, rise of negative ethnicity and nationalism, high debt burden, corporate greed and erosion of values and principles of public service.CHINESE LOANS"The emergence of China as an alternative to the false utopia advanced by unipolarity, has been an attractive allurement to many African nations, which view its role of supporting Africa's infrastructural development as a welcome departure from the West's approach of aid, paternalism and dependency.
The aim of the project is the connection of modern architecture features with the riverbank and an allurement for both locals and tourists.The project was carried out within the 2018 Meniacutem Svoje Mesto (I Am Changing My Town) initiative organized by Nitra and the Nitra Community Foundation, which supported it with euro5,000.
Justice Khosa observed that Justice Siddiqui had no independent proof regarding allurement of elevating him as chief justice of the high court by the Inter-Services Intelligence if a particular case was decided in a particular manner in accordance with the wishes of the intelligence agency.
I discovered the allurement of libraries as a child.
Buying votes or offering any bribe, gift, reward, gratification or any other monetary or material consideration or allurement to voters and electoral officials,
Intelligence agencies in many countries lay out what is known as 'honeycomb' trap, i.e., ensnaring a target through allurement of sex and compelling the victim, thus caught with their pants down or skirts up in compromising positions, to do the tracker's bidding.
There is open play of allurement, money, repression and discrimination but the Congress has never bowed to arrogance of power and will never bow in the future.
The trouble is that we prefer to do our will rather than God's because in most cases the allurement of ill-gotten wealth blinds us.
According to the anti-conversion bill, which forbids conversion through allurement or coercion, anyone forcing religious conversion will be liable to imprisonment of three to four years and a fine of Rs50,000 to Rs100,000.
Behind the scene threats and blackmail, coupled with the allurement of advertisement revenue, have worked to bend the press.
The Punjabi singer, also known as Karan Jasbir and Jasbir Singh Longia, had on April 2 allurement of money, liquor and drugs.
We research and use textiles from the farthest corners of India-- Chanderi from the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, Dabu from Rajasthan, Bandhani from Gujarat, Brocade from Banaras, Kalamkari from Andhra Pradesh, embroideries like Phulkari from Punjab , Kantha from West Bengal , Zardosi from Hyderabad and Lucknow , Kutch embroidery from Gujarat, and Chikankari from Lucknow to create contemporary, wearable clothes, weaving allurement into our merchandise.