In a town named Dera Bugti, there stands a castle formerly occupied by Nawab Akbar Khan Bugti. The Economist sent a correspondent there, who then had to travel through rough terrain to reach Mr. Bugti for an interview - who apparently speaks flawless English.
To quote The Economist quoting Mr. Bugti:
"What is better than seeing your enemies driven before you and then taking their women to bed?"
Either Mr. Bugti has been watching pirate versions of Hollywood movies, or he's channelling Conan the Barbarian.
Mr. Bugti, you are saying it wrong. It's supposed to be phrased as question-and-answer, and the answer is slightly more complex:
"What is best in life?"
"To crush your enemies, see them driven before you, and to hear the lamentation of the women!"
I guess in Conan's world, the bedding-the-enemy's-women part comes later.