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Blaming Pakistan for the security failures in Afghanistan is unhelpful as well as offensive to the people of Pakistan, whose sacrifices in the fight against terrorism are without parallel in the region," the Dawn quoted Iqbal, as saying.
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In the light of that, these calls are an unnecessary and unhelpful distraction.
MP Tom Blenkinsop, inset, has claimed that the redundancy pay on offer will be an 'insult' , but the mine's management said his remarks were unhelpful
Mr Cameron's official spokeswoman said: "The Prime Minister completely disagrees with the comments made by Donald Trump, which are divisive, unhelpful and quite simply wrong.
I don't think that accurately reflects what happened here or is happening here and I find their comments about the political dialogue deeply unhelpful.
India needs to take a fresh look at its unhelpful Kashmir policy, he said
The current moves are unhelpful, coming at a time when the goal must be to build trust to support political negotiations.
This requires further research, but when unhelpful illness perceptions are addressed in other clinical populations (e.
It's an unhelpful message for the significant population living with eating disorders.
I find his letters simple and simplistic when he has views on anything which I find unhelpful to those he purports to support.
3 : an unhelpful or undesirable characteristic : disadvantage <Their poor attendance was a strike against them.