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Terrible to hear about Shujaat Bukhari He engaged he agreed he disagreed — but not once was he anything but polite Condolences to his family We are all poorer today Ashok Malik (@MalikAshok) June 14 2018 This is shocking news Shujaat was a voice of truth and reason and decency All of us at The Friday Times are immeasurably grieved We condemn this dastardly attack https://tco/Q2LvDJvmke — Najam Sethi (@najamsethi) June 14 2018 Editors Guild of India unequivocally condemns the assassination of Rising Kashmir Editor Shujaat Bukhari This is a grave attack on press freedom and democratic voices We will be issuing a more detailed statement soon — Shekhar Gupta (@ShekharGupta) June 14 2018 Had a conversation with him just 20 minutes before the incident It’s really shockingThis is the situation of journalists in KashmirJinke haath khoon se range huye hain unko introspect karna hoga: Iftikhar Gilani Senior Journalist on the killing of journalist Shujaat Bukhari pictwittercom/Dy4rW6s6hN — ANI (@ANI) June 14 2018 Nothing grabs the attention of the American military like a member of the "axis of evil" firing rockets close to a US Navy aircraft carrier the biggest stick in the Pentagons massive arsenal Thats just what Iran did Saturday shooting several unguided rockets about 1500 yards from the USS Harry S Truman and a pair of smaller US and French warships in the Strait of Hormuz Thats the bottleneck between the Persian Gulf and Arabian Sea through which 17 million barrels of oil 20% of world demand flows daily "Firing weapons so close to passing coalition ships and commercial traffic within an internationally recognized maritime traffic lane is unsafe unprofessional and inconsistent with international maritime law" Navy Commander Kevin Stephens said Wednesday from US 5th Fleet headquarters in Bahrain It marked the third time since October 2014 that an Iranian vessel had launched rockets "within visual range" of a US aircraft carrier he said adding that the most recent launches were "much closer" than the earlier ones The Pentagon would only say that “several” rockets were fired; it didn’t specify a number Its part of a decades-old pattern of Iranian provocations US officials said the rockets were not aimed at the ships which were headed into the Persian Gulf They were fired basically parallel to the vessels’ path of travel 23 minutes after Iran warned they would be launched Read More: Iran Edges Closer to Fulfilling Historic Nuclear Pact Usually as in this case such provocative acts are carried out by Iranian Revolutionary Guard units sort of the wild card of the Iranian government The Revolutionary Guard "is generally loyal to Irans political hardliners and is clearly more politically influential than is Irans regular military" according to a May report prepared for the US Congress Its "political influence has grown sharply as the regime has relied on it to suppress dissent" The trouble with any such act is that mistakes by either side could quickly turn violent Such rockets might corkscrew out of control threatening nearby ships or US intelligence could mistakenly conclude US vessels were under attack Both sides are familiar with that latter scenario: the USS Vincennes erroneously thinking it was under attack destroyed an Iranian airliner over the strait in 1988 killing all 290 aboard That came on the heels of skirmishes that led the US Navy to sink six Iranian vessels and the disabling of the USS Samuel B Roberts by an Iranian mine The Strait of Hormuz is only 34 miles wide at its narrowest point But the navigable part of the strait is 20 miles across although shipping is supposed to use a pair of two-mile wide channels one inbound and the other outbound Iran borders the strait to the north and east and it has a major naval baseand its key submarine baseclose by Fathoming Tehrans motives is always challenging Iran has bridled under economic sanctions imposed by the US and other nations due to its nuclear ambitions although both sides struck a deal in October to delay them Iran has always viewed the Strait of Hormuz as part of its neighborhood It likes to flex its muscles there every once in awhile US Navy officials say The Truman its deck crammed with warplanes recently arrived in the region to help in the fight against ISIS Its presence so close to Iran infuriates Tehran US officials say “War-fighting is the priority" Rear Admiral Bret Batchelder commander of Carrier Strike Group 8 said shortly after the 100000-ton warship arrived "Thats why we are here" Read Next: Iran Edges Closer to Fulfilling Historic Nuclear Pact Write to Mark Thompson at [email protected] Jeremiah Purdie (center helicopters and enormous 2014 https://platformA CNN reporter was detained in Turkey Saturday while filming a live news report on demonstrations marking the one-year anniversary of the Taksim Square protestscom He was 26 forcing the military to declare a total war living in a small corner house and working 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I was speaking with [Manager Name] and we thought it could be a good idea to send a biweekly digest of all thats happening in our industry so its easier to keep up." so they have a bit more context and youre not coming off too strong 3 Schedule weekly meetings with your manager and routinely ask for feedback If your manager doesn’t immediately schedule weekly check-ins ask to set them up as soon as possible Kellen Donohue former intern at Facebook Google and Microsoft emphasizes the importance of using these meetings to ask for feedback “even if your manager doesn’t volunteer it” He says “You don’t want to be surprised at your midterm or final evaluation with feedback you could have used earlier” To get great feedback be open and honest with your manager Don’t be afraid to signal when you’re stuck and ask clarifying questions instead of nodding along 4 Ask senior executives if they would be open to doing a “roundtable chat” or “lunch and learn” If you cross paths with an inspiring senior level manager don’t hesitate to ask for their email and follow up I’ve found that this particularly works well if you suggest inviting four to five other interns and making it a discussion as opposed to a one-on-one meeting That way you’re spreading the love and the executive may feel like it’s a better use of their time to speak with more people at once But be warned – the meeting may not last long and it could easily take over a month to actually happen if at all Nonetheless by taking this approach my intern friends and I had dinner with Danielle Tiedt (CMO of YouTube) lunch with Stacy Brown-Philpot (Former Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Google Ventures current COO of TaskRabbit) and an unforgettable meeting with Salar Kamangar (former CEO of YouTube) 5 Master Gmail shortcuts While many people focus on learning Excel shortcuts (makes sense for investment bankers) the real time saver comes when you can navigate your inbox with just a few strokes of your keyboard If you’re in Gmail click the gear icon in the upper right select settings and scroll to “keyboard shortcuts” to turn them on Print out this cheat sheet and download a chrome extension called KeyRocket to learn quickly Other email clients (such as Outlook) have shortcuts too 6 Become a morning person As a former career advisor Erin Rovner read over 1000 intern evaluations and found that “the most common negative feedback came from being late even if it was just by a few minutes” Arriving to the office on time (or even before your manager) does wonders for establishing your reputation as someone who is always ready to go For college students however this is much easier said than done If you’re a night owl I highly recommend reading about how Jason Freedman CEO of 42Floors systematically ended his terrible habit of insomnia 7 Pitch new project ideas Doing well at what you’re told is expected; doing well at what you create makes you exceptional Once you’re comfortable with your current responsibilities tackle something new Are there small projects sitting on your colleagues’ to-do lists Can you help create an internal database of some sort Would it be helpful to provide an analysis of the competitive landscape Ask around and keep your ears open for new ways to contribute Of course don’t just run off and start working on whatever you feel; bring a list of ideas to your manager and go from there 8 Meet with non-team members Sit down with people from different departments and get a more holistic view of the company Ask about their role how they got there and what they would improve about the company if they had the opportunity Here’s a list of really illuminating questions that could also spark interesting conversations Along the same lines seek out alumni from your school and hear their perspective 9 Go out with interns and colleagues Elynn Lee former intern at Google Amazon and Facebook says it best: “If you’re excited about the place you’re living in you’ll be motivated to do well to earn a return offer If you have fun in and out of work with coworkers and other interns it’ll also be more clear that you’re a great fit for the company” Exploring your surroundings doesn’t mean limiting yourself to restaurants bars and coffee shops either For instance my intern class rented a house in Lake Tahoe during the Fourth of July weekend and we did everything from hiking to kayaking to barbecuing It was easily one of the most memorable experiences of the summer 10 Ask to do a recap presentation before leaving This is a perfect way to leave a strong last impression and thank all the people who helped you throughout the internship Invite anybody who had an impact on your summer experience and be sure to ask a few weeks in advance In the presentation emphasize all the work you did for your projects and lessons you learned look back at your weekly recap emails for reference Have fun with it keep it brief and allow time for questions Whatever you do stay focused Meeting interesting people exploring your surroundings and finding new opportunities is great but never lose sight of your project goals and timelines Find ways to have an incredible internship experience while advancing the company mission and thinking about the bigger picture Want more Join 400000 readers by subscribing to Every Vowel the home for unconventional career ideas stories & advice This article originally appeared on Every Vowel More from Every Vowel: Contact us at [email protected] IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editorsThe Syrian civil war reached a turning point last week when forces loyal to the regime of president Bashar Assad cut a key supply line into the rebel-held city of Aleppo imperiling one of the key strongholds of the nearly five-year-old rebellion Further advances by the regime and allied militias could place Aleppo under siege striking a potentially crushing blow for the insurrection that began a series of unarmed protests against Assads authoritarian regime in February 2011 and later metastasized into a civil conflict that left more than a quarter million Syrians dead The Russian air force which has supported the regimes offensive against the rebels since October 2015 has intensified air strikes in the Aleppo area over the past week Fearing a siege of the city tens of thousands of civilians fled Aleppo last week the latest exodus from a city already devastated by years of shelling including often indiscriminate bombardment by government forces Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said on Thursday that as many as 70000 new refugees are headed toward Turkey from Aleppo Aleppo was once Syrias largest city and its commercial capital and is now a key redoubt of the mainstream and Islamist rebels opposed to the regime The fall of the city could irreversibly alter the dynamics of the war The rebels loss of Aleppo would also empower extremist groups including ISIS transforming the conflict into a largely binary conflict between the regime and the jihadists "What is happening right now is that third option that weve constantly been trying to amplify and say This is here there is a third option and its the actual option that the majority of the population support That option is now being crushed" said Rami Jarrah an activist who recently left Aleppo after producing a series of video reports documenting the offensive by the regime and Russian forces The regime breakthrough came on Feb 2 when pro-Assad forces broke a rebel-imposed siege on two predominantly Shiite towns north of Aleppo Nubul and Zahraa During the same push regime forces cut the northern route from Aleppo to the border with Turkey a country that supports anti-Assad rebels One supply route into the city remains leading from Aleppo to the city of Idlib The regimes advances in the Aleppo areas were in part the product of four months of bombardment of rebel areas by Russian warplanes Launched in late September 2015 the air campaign helped reverse the tide of the fighting after months in which Assads forces lost ground in key areas The regime is also backed by Iranian troops and predominantly Shiite militia fighters from Iran Iraq and Afghanistan Kurdish forces have also made advances in the Aleppo area in recent days Kurdish armed groups receive support in the US in their battle against ISIS but their advance underscores tensions between Kurdish paramilitaries and the armed groups that grew out of the anti-Assad rebellion The Russian-backed regime offensive has focused on mainstream and Islamist armed groups who are opposed to both Assad and ISIS frequently fighting both foes at once Activists monitoring developments in Aleppo say rebel forces have pulled back from fronts where they had been fighting ISIS in order to reinforce the lines against the regime More than 300000 people are thought to remain in Aleppo If the government surrounds the city activists say it could be the most devastating of a series of blockades imposed on rebel areas across the country According to the UN.