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These remarks are demoralizing and cast aspersions on the system.
This is not intended to cast aspersions on the efficiency and performance (read over-efficiency) of the investigators.
The above report is totally false, baseless and nothing more than an attempt to cast aspersions on the integrity of the Finance Minister and FBR and to bring them to disrepute.
Staley had tried to identify a complainant after the complainant cast aspersions on a new recruit.
Her lawyers are also doing something illegal when they cast aspersions on the validity of the warrant issued by Judge Juanita Guerrero without any legal grounds.
They seem to be going out of their way to cast aspersions on what she's had to say," Wishart said.
He said that Khan cast aspersions on the prime minister, former judge Khalil Rmaday, returning officers and so on but he failed to corroborate his claims with evidence.
Not even Scottish Fisheries Secretary Richard Lochhead has been able or willing to cast aspersions on the performance of his English counterpart in negotiations.
Of course, Govind is perfectly entitled to his views on India and Indian politics, but please don't cast aspersions on a newspaper as neutral as And if Govind wants to play politics, he should go back to India and join the BJP.
He said: "To cast aspersions on same-sex couples' ability to provide safety and security is profoundly irresponsible.
26 ( ANI ): Rashtriya Swayam Sewak Sangh (RSS) leader Bhayyaji Joshi on Friday urged media to exercise restraint and not cast aspersions on the organisation's stature.
Gadkari, while inaugurating BJP's West Bengal unit's website in the state capital Kolkata yesterday cast aspersions on the Congress party, especially its national president Sonia Gandhi.