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In projecting a future course of India foreign policy direction under Modi, the remonstrations made by Modi in Arunachal Pradesh were then not the primary reason for China to be concerned with India's future responses to territorial and boundary issues, though his words can be taken as symbolic of the determination of India under his future administration.
But only one of them has ever faced any kind of public remonstration for their actions - King, who was jailed for seven years for sexual offences against boys aged 15 and 16.
Yet with Logue, whose manner is the right balance of remonstration and understanding, he is relatively fluent.
With due respect to Hirsch, there is some truth to the remonstration that he conceded too much to the universalism of German philosophy.
Pakistani authorities condemning this act had proposed a flag meeting which was held on Thursday between the local commanders in which they showed severe remonstration on the violation of cease-fire pact.
However, he affirmed that there had been unprovoked firing from the Indian side in Krishnaghati sector on Pakistani check posts and the Pakistani side retaliated Pakistani authorities condemning this act had proposed a flag meeting which was held on Thursday between the local commanders in which they showed severe remonstration on the violation of cease-fire pact.
The resulting exhibition was diverse in its subjects and eclectic in style, but, like the original etching, it managed to display an overall feeling of uncanny vitality and moral remonstration.
Remonstration was expected by the pro Hazara tribe from Behsud district of Maidan Wardak province on a longstanding dispute with Kuchis over land on which both side claim ownership.
The islanders lock him up in an isolated goat pen and provide minimal subsistence, the stranger accepts without remonstration.
His remonstration was representative of the anti-war movement all over the UK and was a lucid message of condemnation to the foreign policies of Bush and Blair regarding at first Afghanistan, then later Iraq.
diplomatic remonstration was severe and led to another election, which resulted in the victory of the much more palatable Victor Yushchenko.
Avraham Balaban's memoir of his Kibbutz childhood (first published in Hebrew in 2000), is part of a new genre of autobiographical reminiscences of Kibbutz life, which can be termed "Utopia's children's remonstration.