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24 ( ANI ): Union Minister of State for Home Affairs, Kiren Rijiju on Saturday averred that the prime objective of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is to provide security and stability in Nagaland.
When the case was taken up in September, it was averred that Sarath Fonseka had even endorsed that the Presidential Election was conducted in a free and fair manner, after the conclusion of the polls.
lt;p>Krayim averred that Palestinian camps in the South had absolutely nothing to do with the launching of missiles, which happened a while back, attacking Israel.
Perhaps it was the same person to whom I averred, with a seriousness that makes me blush now, that he was, after all, the Schubert of his generation.
42) In Westinghouse, the Court averred that "[w]e do not hold that a State may not compete with other States for a share of interstate commerce; such competition lies at the heart of a free trade policy," (43) and elaborated in Bacchus that "[a] State may enact laws pursuant to its police powers that have the purpose and effect of encouraging domestic industry.
We will discredit the terrorists, he averred, by planting "a vibrant, successful democracy at the heart of the Middle East.
Bush averred that he would be ``madder than heck'' if the agent's ethnicity played a role in the detainment.
Bush averred, "shows one the way to self-giving, to love our neighbors as we would want to be loved.
In a videotaped interview released in December, Osama bin Laden averred that terrorism would lead Americans into an "unbearable hell and a choking life.
A Pakistani journalist recently averred that closer economic ties between contiguous Indian and Pakistani territories was a clever Indian ploy to inveigle Islamabad into confederation with New Delhi.
Although the ace salesman in "The Music Man" averred that "you gotta know the territory" before you can sell effectively, the deal-makers knew very little about their health care territory.
In a recent report entitled: "Flatrock's Debut Heralds a New Approach to Extranet Building," VPN analyst Jim Slaby wrote: "Giga has long averred that IPsec-based virtual private network (VPN) solutions are ill-suited to building multi-company extranets.