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Naypyidaw [Myanmar], Oct 12 ( ANI ): Commander-in-chief of the Myanmar Armed Forces Min Aung Hlaing said the media is exaggerating the Rohingya Muslims exodus issue.
Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS) has issued a warning that the UK could be exaggerating its potential financial gains from the Olympic games, which is now being hosted in the UK.
Research carried out for the group found that 8% of people admitted they had inflated a home insurance claim, exaggerating the value of their belongings by an average of pounds 2,898.
Research carried out for the group found that 8 per cent of people admitted they had inflated a home insurance claim, exaggerating the value of their belongings by an average of almost Au3,000.
The investigation carried out by [senior terrorism investigator] Wissam Eid, who was assassinated in January 2008, is being particularly targeted," he added, "They are exaggerating the Alfa employee scandal in order to argue that Wissam Eid's investigation was not credible and was meddled with.
And 35 per cent lied about how much they had to drink on a night out - with youngsters exaggerating their boozing while older folk were more likely to say they had drank less.
I'VE just learnt that the wind industry has been exaggerating CO2 savings by approximately 100%.
Each year more than a million people try to con their insurer, usually by exaggerating claims for lost, stolen or damaged goods such as TVs, carpets, cameras and jewelley.
LEADING climate change experts last night accused boffins of exaggerating global warming - and making dire warnings worthy of a Hollywood disaster movie.
The results also highlighted a gender divide in that men were most likely to suggest that exaggerating the truth is "to get noticed and impress", whilst women say it is because "they worry that they do not have enough of the right experience".
Neuhaus is well aware, as he wrote in The Naked Public Square, that exaggerating the faults of one's foes is a strategic necessity in politics.
When accused in cross-examination at a court martial in Bulford Camp in Wiltshire of exaggerating the extent of his injuries in order to get a larger compensation payout, Mr Al-Matairi said, 'I am not exaggerating.