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marked by harshly abusive criticism

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Hyderabad (Telangana) [India], Aug 15 (ANI): BJP Telangana lawmaker Thakur Raja Singh on Wednesday launched a scathing attack on AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi for his remarks over the abrogation of the special status accorded to Jammu and Kashmir.
He is reportedly "scathing over" the Prince of Wales' intention to modernize the monarchy,
While most are encouraging, the ability to stay anonymous can make some patients more likely to post scathing, vindictive reviews.
Duterte hurled scathing remarks against the Catholic Church, even calling God 'stupid' and questioning the creation theory in the Bible.
Shadow police minister Louise Haigh said: "This is a scathing verdict after years of Tory cuts, privatisation and mismanagement.
Before resigning in protest at the Governments decision to close charter schools, the Board set up to oversee them wrote a scathing letter to Education Minister Chris Hipkins.
And in a scathing verdict on United's current squad, Mourinho admitted there are players who will never be good enough to compete with champions Manchester City.
QUETTA: Hundreds of vehicle including Ambulances and School vans were seen stranded on the roads of Provincial capital due to scathing traffic jam as Young Doctors blocked Commissioner Officer Chowkon Tuesday.Quetta city has gripped under a worse traffic jamon Tuesdaymorning as Young Doctors Association (YDA) blocked Commissioner Office Chowk to record their protest demanding Government's attention towards adequate facilities in Hospital but foremost more allowances.
PAUL Clement delivered a scathing assessment of himself and Swansea City's current plight after suffering a 10th Premier League defeat of the season at Stoke, and admitted his future is not in his own hands.
His scathing remarks were a response to a speech by Bush in New York last week, in which the 43rd president denounced bigotry in Trump-era American politics.
Corbyn BY LEE HARPIN Agenda Editor SADIQ Khan launched a scathing attack on Jeremy Corbyn's leadership of Labour just hours after becoming London Mayor.
Summary: Saudi Ambassador to Lebanon Ali Awad Asiri said Monday Saudi-Lebanese relations would not be affected by Hezbollah's scathing diatribe against the kingdom over the Gulf nation's military intervention in Yemen.
"I need a squeeze a day, instead of this negligee" Fresh from giving her scathing opinions on politics and the UK tax system, that modern philosopher Cheryl Fernandez-Versini shared her thoughts on the connection between singing and sex, saying: "Sexy and all that is great but you shouldn't have to sexualize yourself to be selling music." She's absolutely right.
Andy Fitton writes that I am scathing in my criticism of climate change sceptics (Letters, PE August).