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1 ( ANI ): Reacting to a legal notice sent by former Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Nitin Gadkari against the m dmi Party (P), party spokesperson Ashutosh on Saturday said there was no question of his party apologizing to Gadkari, and that he should rather ask the BJP to apologize because they were the first ones to label him a corrupt leader.
Israel will not "take responsibility" for the deaths of nine Turkish nationals by apologizing to Ankara over its botched 2010 raid on a ferry heading for Gaza, a senior cabinet minister said on Thursday, AFP reported.
The link between income and apologizing holds true across the income range -- the more you apologize, the more you earn.
Explaining how we got there--and to our present position on Iraq--was more important than apologizing.
I don't understand what he was apologizing for,'' Koizumi, also LDP president, told reporters at his official residence.
Apologizing is also necessary for healing of the doctor or nurse who made the error.
President Bill Clinton, visiting Africa, is denounced for apologizing for slavery as 'attacking his own country in a foreign land' and Queen Elizabeth II is faulted on a visit to Pakistan for not apologizing tar the Jallianwalla Bagh massacre of 1919.
Last week, the cardinal sent a letter to 1,200 archdiocesan priests apologizing for his handling of defrocked priest Michael Baker, who for years preyed on children while he was shuffled from parish to parish.
The question of apologizing for the consequence of one's actions, yet not for the actions themselves, is a tricky one.
The church officials also sent a written statement to the Huntsville district superintendent of the United Methodist Church apologizing for instructing students to remove signs from private property, which is a misdemeanor.
Soon folks may be knocking each other down running around the capital apologizing willy nilly into open microphones.
Detroit Lions president--general manager Matt Millen, apologizing December 15 for calling Kansas City Chiefs player Johnnie Morton a "faggot" in front of coaches and other players after the December 14 Chiefs victory aver the Lions