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Barrister Babu, Full Episode 25th October 2021 Written Update, A Girl Comes and Hugs Batuk



Some daily soups never miss any chance to entertain viewers by showing some great episodes. Yes, we are talking about Barrister Babu because it is the only show that increases the madness among the audience to watch the full episode. Now, the upcoming episode will be a very great option for all the watchers to get a heavy dose of entertainment.

Barrister Babu 25th October 2021

The previous episode of the show also amuses the fans a lot by giving some great turns and twists in the simple going story. Some glimpse of the show always engages a number of viewers to increase the TRP.

Udaariyaan, Today Episode 25th October 2021 Written Update, Tejo Shouts at Jass and Threatens

The upcoming episode begins with Batuk asking what is she says and then Bondita says that he didn’t know how to play the mouth organ. She further asks, did he learns this overnight, and then he asks if she is doubting him. Bondita replies that yes as it is a work of a wife and Barrister to know the complete truth.

Then, Batuk says in a funny way that Okay My Lord, he will tell her everything. After that, he says that when he was locked in the jail, a fellow prisoner taught him and he says Bondita wasn’t there and this mouth organ was the only one who was there with him.

After hearing this, Bondita says he is not alone now. Then, elders say that the pregnant ladies should see the pictures of the person whom she wants the baby to become after birth. Then, he asks to see Anirudh’s pictures every day, and then she asks why will she see Anirudh’s pictures when he is in front of her.

But, Batuk says she should see these pictures as a baby should be like this. She asks him to sit and asks to calm down but he says Tapur coming. After that, he asks if she is not happy with Tapur and Somanth’s marriage.

Bondita says it’s not like that but Batuk again asks if she is not happy with this marriage. Bondita says yes, she is not happy and then Batuk asks why did she doesn’t want this marriage to happen. Tapur hears this and then Bondita says Somanth.

Now, what will happen next will be actually very anticipated to watch. All the characters are playing the roles very well and entertaining everyone by giving their best in the show. So, Barrister Babu will be airing on Colors TV at 8:30 PM IST.

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Who is Jimmy Bartel Girlfriend Amelia Shepherd? Check Wiki Biography Age Instagram




Former Australian rules football player Jimmy Bartel has officially split from his former girlfriend Lauren Mand as he shared a post on Instagram where he introduced his new girlfriend, Amelia Shepperd or Milly Shepperd. The said post was shared on the footballer’s Insta story on Thursday which featured the pair kissing each other with “Happy” written on it paired with a red heart that indicates nothing but love. The player had tagged Amelia in the post. Well, it was enough to break the internet. Now, the netizens are searching for Jimmy Bartel’s girlfriend Amelia Shepperd.

 Jimmy Bartel Girlfriend Amelia Shepherd

Amelia Shepperd who is also known as Milly Shepperd belongs to Melbourne. She recently got in the news after the AFL player shared a telling picture on his official Instagram. Apart from the fact that Amelia happens to be based in Melbourne, no details related to her age, date of birth, family, educational background is known. No source happens to have the information about the new personality yet. However, it is definitely known that the pair seem to have been sharing a sweet bond with one another that is clearly visible in the photograph shared by the player himself.

Talking about Jimmy’s former girlfriend Lauren, aged 32, she had reacted to the breakup rumours at the beginning of the year. Lauren had changed her Instagram profile picture to a photo of herself and Jimmy. Later, she changed the profile picture to a photo of just herself. Lauren’s last post on Instagram was made in September last year on the occasion of their first anniversary. In that post, Jimmy’s ex had written “Three hundred and sixty-five days” along with a red heart emojis as she had shared a cute picture of them cuddling up on a couch.

Last year in December, their breakup rumours started to surface again as they have not posted about one another for months. The player had shared their last photo together on his social media account in March last year. Their relationship had come to light in 2019 after Jimmy’s public split from Nadia Bartel, his ex-wife. Now, Jimmy Bartel is again making headlines for his new story update on Instagram. He has officially debuted his new girlfriend Amelia Shepperd who is also gaining the attention of the netizens. As mentioned above, we do not have much information about the 37-year-old’s girlfriend. Stay tuned to this space to get to know the latest news.

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Violence in Cameroon, impacting over 700,000 children shut out of school  – The Maravi Post




Two out of three schools are closed in the North-West and South-West regions of the country. On 24 November, four children and one teacher were killed in an attack in Ekondo Titi, in the South-West. 


A recent lockdown imposed by a non-State armed group, from 15 September to 2 October, limited access to basic services including health and education. 

Over 700,000 children have been impacted by school closures due to violence in northwest and southwest Cameroon., by © Education Cannot Wait/Daniel Beloumou

During the period, OCHA reported a series of attacks in the North-West. 

Eight students were kidnapped, and a girl’s fingers were chopped off after she tried to attend school. Five public school principals were also kidnapped, including one who was then killed. 

All schools and community learning spaces were closed, except for some schools in a few urban areas which operated at less than 60 per cent capacity. 

The lockdown and insecurity also forced UN agencies and aid organisations to temporarily suspend the delivery of aid. During that time, about 200,000 people did not receive food.  

Multiple crisis 

Nine out of ten regions of the country continue to be impacted by one of three humanitarian crises: the crisis in the North-West and South-West, conflict in the Far North, and a refugee crisis, with people fleeing the Central African Republic.  

Because of these combined crises, over one million children need urgent education support.  

To answer some of these needs, Education Cannot Wait (ECW), the UN global fund for education in emergencies and crises, is working closely with UN agencies, the Norwegian Refugee Council and other civil society partners. 

ECW is contributing $25 million over three years and calling for other donors to fill the gap, which is estimated at $50 million. 

putting a schoolbag on your back shouldn’t make you a target

When fully funded, the programme will provide approximately 250,000 children and adolescents with access to safe and protective learning environments in the most-affected areas. 


Just this week, the Secretary-General of the Norwegian Refugee Council, Jan Egeland, and the Director of Education Cannot Wait, Yasmine Sherif, had a joint visit to the country. 

In a statement, Ms. Sherif said the situation “is among the most complex humanitarian crises in the world today.” 

“Children and youth are having to flee their homes and schools, are threatened with violence and kidnapping, and being forced into early childhood marriage and recruited into armed groups,” Ms. Sherif recalled. 

Jan Egeland argued that “putting a schoolbag on your back shouldn’t make you a target”, but unfortunately children in Cameroon “risk their lives every day just showing up for school.” 

“Cameroon’s education mega-emergency needs international attention, not deadly silence by the outside world,” Mr. Egeland declared.  

Sourced from United Nations Africa Pages

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Opinion: After Merkel’s exit, Germany must remain committed to Africa – The Maravi Post




In August, at a meeting of the G-20 Compact with Africa in Berlin, I had the distinct pleasure of joining some 30 African heads of state and government, and fellow heads of international organizations, to bid farewell to outgoing German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

Chancellor Merkel has been a dear and loyal friend of Africa.

I know that I am not the only public figure involved in furthering the continent’s development who will miss the truly productive interactions we have had with her.

The Compact with Africa, launched in 2017 under Germany’s presidency of the G-20, was a result of Merkel’s initiative. She has long taken a genuine interest in the continent and shown a keen desire for strong economic growth and development.

And I am confident that our collective efforts — homegrown and those from friends of Africa like her — will ultimately serve our continent well.

At the African Development Bank, we have felt Chancellor Merkel’s influence through Germany’s consistent contributions to the African Development Fund, the bank’s concessional lending window. The fund advances economic and social development in 38 least developed African countries for projects and programs, as well as technical assistance for studies and capacity building activities. Since 1973, as the third largest contributor, Germany has cumulatively made €4.2 billion ($4.7 billion) in contributions.

The chancellor’s confidence in the future of Africa is in sync with my own well-known optimism for our continent. One of the many areas where we both see eye-to-eye is in renewable energy investments. We agree 100% that expansion in renewables is critically important if we are to achieve our global climate targets and accomplish a key goal of the African Development Bank’s High 5 strategy to light up and power Africa.

Germany is a major contributor to the Africa Climate Change Fund, which supports African countries in building resilience to climate shocks and transitioning to sustainable low-carbon growth. Under Chancellor Merkel’s leadership, Germany has also supported the adoption of the African Renewable Energy Initiative, which is hosted at the African Development Bank.

Keeping COVID-19 under control is essential for Africa’s economic recovery and growth. Recognizing the inherent inequalities in global access to vaccines, Merkel has consistently called for an increase in production, a fairer system of distribution, and a shift towards building Africa’s own vaccine production capacities.

For Africa to thrive and grow, the drive to do so must come mainly from within Africa.

This much is without question.

Buoyed by the German leader’s enthusiasm for our continent, German companies are more active in Africa today than ever before, with considerable growth over the last few years. We have witnessed an uptick in German interest and participation at the Africa Investment Forum, an unprecedented marketplace that crowds in regional and global infrastructure investments. European and German participation at the 2021 Africa Investment Forum from Dec. 1 to 3, in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, will be no exception.

This is thanks, in no small part, to the confidence that Merkel has helped inspire. From 2017 to 2019, German investments in Africa rose by roughly $1.84 billion. And while this is still a minute fraction — 1% — of the country’s global investments, it is a step in the right direction. With African countries continuing to make their investment environments increasingly attractive and transparent, I expect investment inflows to grow.

As Chancellor Merkel prepares to make a graceful exit from the political scene, I earnestly look forward to strengthening the partnership between Germany, Africa, and the African Development Bank.

Germany should support expanded investments by the private sector from the G-20 in Africa through the Compact with Africa and the Africa Investment Forum, supported by the African Development Bank.

We similarly expect Germany’s continued support for the bank’s drive to optimize its capital base with the inclusion of hybrid capital. Such investments will help accelerate much needed development and bridge the continent’s almost $100 billion a year infrastructure investment gap.

Germany can further help with political support for the reallocation of International Monetary Fund-issued Special Drawing Rights to multilateral development banks, including the African Development Bank, which is a prescribed holder of SDRs and can leverage any allocated SDRs by 3 to 4 times. Such allocations would also be complementary to the IMF’s support for the microeconomic stability of countries.

The bank needs further support in its efforts to leverage the balance sheet of the African Development Fund — the bank’s concessional finance window for low-income countries — by accessing capital markets, boosting resources for countries, leveraging resources, and ensuring value for money for its donor countries.

Lastly, support from Germany and G-7 countries for the bank’s Just Energy Transition Facility can help African countries accelerate their transitions to renewable energy sources.

What a resurgent Africa needs today are productive and mutually beneficial partnerships. In this regard, Chancellor Angela Merkel has been one of our most ardent champions.

We bid her farewell with a deep sense of appreciation and gratitude. And I am confident that our collective efforts — homegrown and those from friends of Africa like her — will ultimately serve our continent well.

This Op-Ed was previously published on the Devex Global Views page on November 29. Click here for original version.
Source African Development Bank Group

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