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PUL-I-KHUMRI (PAN): The Baghlan police chief on Monday said 180 policemen have been serving as bodyguards of senior officials, politicians and generals, creating a shortage of personnel in the northern province.
The wounded are Budaghyan's brother Artak, and Nikolay Abrahamyan, a relative and bodyguard of
The Bodyguard show London has been directed by Thea Sharrock, has book by Alex Dinelaris, designed by Tim Hatley, Mark Henderson is the man behind lighting, Arthur Pita has done the choreography, Richard Broker is the man behind sounds while the show has been produced by Michael Harrison and David Jan.
BIRMINGHAM tough guy Joe Egan - dubbed "the hardest white man on the planet" - is helping to train bodyguards protecting VIPs.
There is no doubt that Mr Costner was a dear friend of Whitney Houston and means well, but The Bodyguard was a work of fiction.
Made me do!" Anyone who has seen the famous moment in which Del Boy falls through the bar in Only Fools And Horses will know that the actor is comfortable with slapstick, and The Royal Bodyguard - hailed as his big return to comedy - has it in droves.
Both guns are small--the revolver weighs 14.3 ounces, while the semiauto comes in at 11.85 ounces--with the Bodyguard 38 revolver size and shape much like that of the classic S&W revolvers that began with the five-shot .38 Special caliber, two-inch Model 36 introduced in 1950.
This past July, Positive Directions took a big step towards doing exactly that, by putting together a group they call "Bodyguards."
Established in 1975, Bodyguard Workwear is run by the Basra family and the firm is one of the leading protective workwear businesses in the UK.
Enterprise messaging software applications developer Red Oxygen has announced it has been chosen to provide technology for use with Silent Bodyguard, a mobile application that sends an SOS distress signal with GPS coordinates to a list of potential rescuers.
Smith & Wesson has capitalized on this popularity by introducing the Bodyguard line.