Considering your posts here and this response you just gave me? Yeah. You should. Seek help for your crippling anxiety. Everytime a team from Indo Pak sub continent visits , or South Africa, they always put psychological pressure on an important player of the visiting team. I believe that this is a strategy the host team wants to implement to put the visitor in a dilemma so that they could not play up to their capacity and eventually lose the game. That is what happened to Shoaib in ..
Good to know, thank you. It’s basically like example, got a canister of fixative in a large box with one half deflated tiny air pillow. Or somewhat fragile item comes in box with no air pillows and open space. The Council also welcomed the options proposed in the Secretary General’s report (see Background) to support such prosecutions, through a statement read out by Vitaly Churkin of the Russian Federation, which holds the September Presidency of the 15 member body. The submission of the options had been called for in resolution 1918 of 27April 2010.The options include enhancing United Nations assistance for ongoing prosecution in regional States and the creation of special domestic chambers in certain countries possibly with international components as well as regional or international tribunals, with corresponding prison arrangements, meant to meet challenges presented by the limited judicial and prison capacity of States in the region and the repatriation of suspects prosecuted by foreign courts.In its continuing consideration of the Secretary General’s options, the Council noted it was taking into account the work of the Contact Group on Piracy off the Coast of Somalia, existing practice in international and mixed tribunals, and the time and resources necessary to achieve and sustain substantive results.Through the statement, the Council commended the ongoing efforts of States, in particular Kenya and the Seychelles, to prosecute suspected pirates in their national courts, as well as the assistance being provided to them by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and other international stakeholders. It stressed the need for all States to criminalize piracy under their domestic law, among other measures.The Council also stressed that peace, stability, development and the respect for human rights in Somalia were necessary to create the conditions for a durable eradication of piracy and armed robbery at sea off its coast.Opening today’s discussion, United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki moon said that achieving results in the prosecution of piracy whether through new or existing judicial mechanisms would require political and financial commitment from Member States.