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Hyderabad: Cyberabad police on Saturday arrested two youth for posting a morphed photograph of MIM president and Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi on the Facebook to defame him.
Memon alleged that a few days ago a person who himself claimed as parent has held laze press conference against our education system and attempted to defame our educational institute because of his own interest gain.
Khan said that in 2016 unrest, thousands of people were either maimed or injured while over a hundred were killed in Kashmir, the Indian media was in deep slumber at that time and now are trying to defame the struggle.
The military intensified its campaign to defame the government led by late Prime Minister Necmettin Erbakan, eventually forcing him to resign in 1997.
This has led to one great irony getting lost, especially on Muslims: If such laws would ban movies and cartoons that defame Islam, they would also, by logical extension, have to ban the Koran - the only religious text in the world that defames other religions.
Brodsky's lawsuit claims Greenberg's letter was "a false narrative" designed to defame Brodsky as revenge for Brodsky's attempt to fire Greenberg as one of Peterson's attorneys.
In Delhi, the Congress alleged that Kejriwal's only aim is to defame people.
She told the judge: "I didn't intend to defame the nursery.
Summary: RIYADH: An official at the Saudi Education Ministry says the kingdom plans to remove books from school libraries that are deemed to encourage terrorism or defame religion.
Preaching was never a crime, and how could distributing a Bible or two defame Islam?
The Korean Central News Agency also made a rare reference to speculation in other countries that North Korean leader Kim Jong Il may be in ill health, saying that it was part of an attempt to defame North Korea's political system.
That in a time of war--and the war against terrorism and Islamic extremism is indeed a most fearsome war--that you, a Catholic publication, would be so evil as to savagely defame our military is nothing less than sinful.
Their purpose isn't to defame veterans or diminish citizen sacrifices.
Heflin further contended that the statement did not defame Goodman.
Nicholas goes on to other adventures, clashing with men who would defame his sister.