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Bengaluru (Karnataka) [India] January 28 ( ANI ): Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Saturday cried foul over the minority circular row and accused the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) of communalising the issue.
That fact has become a rallying point for many of those who have cried foul.
on May 29 at the age of 89, announced his opposition to the military ban on gay and lesbian personnel in June 1993, pro-ban forces cried foul.
5 years of jail in a fodder scam case, the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) chief and his family cried foul while terming the decision a 'conspiracy.
A PLANNED pounds 1billion sell-off of the civil service estate in Northern Ireland has been put on hold after a bidder cried foul.
But the AFT cried foul, citing CTA had failed to show signatures of support for the group from the part-timers.
Angry football teams cried foul yesterday at moves to make them paint their pitches.
21 (ANI): Congress chief Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law Robert Vadra on Tuesday cried foul after liquor baron Vijay Mallya drew parallels citing both of them were victims of political vendetta.
As Hearts begin their legal argument over his refusal to accept disciplinary action for his forthright opinion on refereeing standards, it seems as if half the SPL has cried foul over some of the men in black's less inspired decisions.
The Ducks cried foul, Babcock alleging that the check was illegal because it came after the target gave up the puck, Kariya noting matter-of-factly that such hit-man tactics are ``Scott's game.
Soccer chiefs cried foul when they read Gavin Halliday's description of the referee who had sent him off - and hauled him in to a disciplinary hearing.
However, South Korean skating fans immediately cried foul play, saying that 'Queen Yuna' had been denied the gold that was rightfully hers and questioned the judging and looming presence of the Russian leader, Vladimir Putin.