politicise


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give a political character to

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Thiruvananthapuram: BJP has charged the Congress with attempting to politicise the Maoist attack at Baster in Chhattisgarh that claimed 27 lives, saying it is 'very unfortunate.
Scottish Labour's sports spokeswoman Patricia Ferguson said: "Team GB achieved a magnificent result with the support of the whole country but the Olympics was a celebration of sport and the people of Scotland are beginning to resent the likes of Boris Johnson and Alex Salmond's attempts to politicise it.
THE Echo story ("Coalition plan could politicise the police", July 27) rightly points out that we should be working to create a Welsh way of accountability for SouthWales Police.
China's foreign minister told visiting Foreign Secretary Margaret Beckett yesterday that international attempts to politicise Beijing's Olympic Games next year by linking them to Sudan's Darfur crisis were doomed to fail.
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has been given the responsibility to investigate, and if there were flaws , then the NIA will unveil it , but I would request all of you not to politicise this issue," he added.