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Raja said the trio by indulging in spot fixing in England on the 2010 tour had brought a bad name to Pakistan cricket and tarnished its image and their offense was unforgivable.
It is sad that actions of a few individuals bring a bad name to Islam.
Most dog owners pick up but it is those with no backbone to bend down to pick it up and everyone gets a bad name.
So don't give every part of the community the same bad name because of a few rotten apples.
The order further reads that such elements are earning bad name for the force and no efforts would be spared in purging the force from such unscrupulous elements.
14 ( ANI ): Commenting on reports of Congress President Sonia Gandhi's daughter Priyanka Gandhi's willingness to contest elections from Varanasi, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Subramanian Swamy on Monday said that Gandhi would have been thrashed if she had done so as she drinks too much alcohol and has a bad name.
They might sing about giving love a bad name, but The Bon Jovi Experience do nothing but remind us all how great their namesakes were (.
This type of affordable family housing, though, got the bad name of "tenement.
And they give good carers and good care establishments a bad name.
The Sunday Mercury will continue to name and shame the offenders giving the game a bad name.
html) best-selling games ever released on the Atari 2600 gaming console, says social media giant Zynga is giving the market for casual games "a bad name.
And obviously when I left England I had a bad name because of all my injuries but in the last four years that I have played in Galatasaray and Melbourne, I've played all the games.