Many countries, developed or underdeveloped, have struggled to solve the issue of electoral malpractice for years. The situation continues to be worsened from the advancement of technology through which computer hackers can manipulate the voting machines and gain comfortable access to confidential voting material to influence the results of the elections. To avenge their unfair defeat, some legislators have resorted to using law to their own hands through guerilla wars and civil disobedience. Although some freedom fighters have succeeded in overthrowing dictatorial regimes with the barrel from the gun, bloodshed and violence shouldn't be used as bargaining chips in the future political negotiations. When the war happens, innocent females and kids are the ones who carry the heavy burdens. Those who turn to cruelty after their defeat expose their true character: they aren't enthusiastic about serving their people; their predisposition to ruthlessness implies that their ambitions to offer their constituents are impelled by their personal and political self interests. Here are the eleven commandants for winning after the unfair lack of an election:
Each unit is made up of flat bit of transparent glass, of colors intentionally suggesting Ruby, Emerald and Sapphire. In the last century Thewa unit makers prepared elaborate settings in gold wire inside the Canetille style, so called after a contemporary European style. The craft of thewa remains to be practiced by traditional craftsperson in the small fortified capital of scotland - Pratapgarh in south Rajasthan. The manner of thewa has been used to generate extremely interesting ornaments, plates, trays and jewellery, and also tiny objects for day to day use. This skill as well as the expertise required to produce thewa objects is exclusive to Pratapgarh.
The marriage certificates of the children always mention the death or not of their parents. In the most recent civil status records, the date and place of death are even mentioned. Similarly, the death certificates of the children make it possible to know whether their parents were deceased or not, but without more precision.