favouritism


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an inclination to favor some person or group

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'I will also like to use this medium to appeal to the people mandated by the NPA to roll out the call-ups system, and the Task Force, that they should minimize selectivity and favouritism while they are discharging their responsibility during the day and night.
Kin Phea said the government does not permit favouritism as it can lead to a loss of trust from the people and to serious problems in national administration, so deep reforms had been launched to reduce the practice.
New Delhi [India], Dec 14 ( ANI ): The Supreme Court observed that there was no case of commercial favouritism into the Rafale fighter jet deal, said Union Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman hours after the apex court dismissed all petitions seeking court-monitored probe into the Rafale fighter jet deal with France.
The committee submitted a report in which it found 15 individuals responsible for irregularities, lapses in the process of issuance of NOCs and favouritism while setting up factories in Chakwal.
'Favouritism of several leaders have killed the spirit of democracy within PKR, I urge the party leadership to look into this before it's too late,' he said.
Displaying favouritism, however, can hurt - there can be profound long-term psychological effects of feeling like the less-loved child, and it's not even necessarily a blessing to be the favourite child either, as having it easy may leave you unprepared for real life and possibly even desperate to distance yourself from a clingy parent, among other things.
Not an odd, the Nepal Army also has become an organization of rampant corruption, nepotism and favouritism. Just recently, some individuals were arrested by the Police on the charge of appearing in the examination with fake identity of different candidates trying to get recruitment in the Nepal Army.
Mr Stewart was investigated by senior staff at St John's College in St Mellons, Cardiff, after pupils complained of "favouritism" shown towards the teenage girl.
He further said the the culture of favouritism and nepotism in the police has been eliminated, and all postings are done purely on merit, and the KP govt has not influence over them.
The Cork All-Ireland winner is now breathing down Marty's neck and could well steal favouritism before launch night next Sunday.
The champion trainer won the PS100,000 feature last year with Old Guard and the sponsors are wary of his seven-strong entry, with Adrien Du Pont sharing 10-1 favouritism and Zubayr, who had a racecourse gallop at Chepstow on Tuesday, 12-1 in the first show.
COPS hunting for Warwick Davis's stolen caravan have been accused of favouritism towards the Star Wars star.
A great headery Vautour was made to pull out all the stops to justify long odds-on favouritism in the Grade Two contest 12 months ago, but went on to run out a brilliant winner of the Supreme Novices' Hurdle at Cheltenham before following up at Punchestown.
Significant relationship exists between recruitment policy and favouritism. Recruitment policy has insignificant relationship with motivation, so it rejects the hypothesis H1 which is "There is relevant relationship between recruitment policy and motivation" In public sector, Favouritism interferes and disturbs the whole process of recruitment and selection while filling the available posts [21].Favouritism is one of the most important causes of workplace clashes and stress.