callousness


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'The police action signifies the height of callousness, insensitivity, and embarrassment not only to the person of the 92 year old leader but also to the Niger Delta and indeed all Nigerians of good conscience.
Lahore -- Maryam Nawaz on Tuesday claimed that her father Nawaz Sharif experienced five episodes of angina over the past week, and that the PTI-led government's 'callousness' towards his health is putting at risk his health and life.
'MNS has been a 3 times Prime Minister and the insensitivity and callousness regarding his health on part of the govt is shocking to say the least.
"MNS [Mian Nawaz Sharif] has been a three-time Prime Minister and the insensitivity and callousness regarding his health on part of the government is shocking.
I condemn in strongest terms Indian brutalities and callousness in Occupied Kashmir.
However, the woman's family and relatives insisted that 'indifferent attitude and callousness' on the part of the lady doctors on duty led to the death of Bachli and her baby.
Callousness is likely another personality trait that influences one's commitment to long-term, romantic relationships.
Some of the markers were selfishness, callousness, and antisocial behaviour.
Perhaps it should be renamed 'Universal Callousness' because it is leaving many claimants without money for weeks on end and leaving them to rely on food banks to feed themselves and their families.
LALAMUSA -- Ameer, Jamaat e Islami, Pakistan, Senator Sirajul Haq, has slated the callousness of the organizers of the ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's rally who had left the twelve year old child unattended after he was hit by their car near Gujrat.
But underneath there's a profound lack of remorse, callousness and a lack of empathy," Michael Woodworth, a forensic and clinical psychologist at Kelowna Professional Group, said during the panel.
THE Government has been accused of "chilling callousness" over the tougher new benefit cap affecting hundreds of Teesside families.
" The trial heard that Butler battered his daughter to death at the family home in Sutton, south London, in a momentary but volcanic loss of temper after months of subjecting his partner and daughter to abuse.In an act of "selfish callousness", he then put off dialling 999 for two hours and instead work in the City of London.
Members of National Commission for Human Rights (NCHR) and Pakistan Institute of Labour Education and Research (PILER), said (early March) that droughts and government's callousness have taken Thar situation to alarming levels.
How easy is it for us to scoff at her naivety, yet her case speaks volumes, not just about the callousness of the conmen, but about the plight of the elderly who, when they lose the social connections they once took for granted can get lonely and bored to the extent that they fall prey to these schemes.