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5 Kyodo North Korea Tuesday castigated Japanese Prime Minister Keizo Obuchi for his saying that Japan will take decisive action against North Korea if it dares to launch another ballistic missile without prior notice.
He has spent much of this season being castigated for causing the break-up of his marriage and whether he was solely to blame or not, it clearly distressed him.
The New York Times and Washington Post castigated it.
The authority has been castigated by the Local Government Ombudsman for its treatment of the former leukaemia patient, who lost the use of all four limbs.
The founder of Human Rights Watch has castigated his own group for ignoring Israels freedoms as well as brutal and autocratic Arab regimes.
IT IS astonishing that I should be castigated in an English newspaper,by Englishmen for standing up for our National Anthem (severalletters, Liverpool ECHO,Mar 24).
For all the joy at the end I hope the manager castigated his players for their profligacy in front of goal.
Former Burbank mayor arrest update: Burbank City Councilwoman Stacey Murphy, arrested on suspicion of cocaine possession and child endangerment, has been castigated for her vote against council members being drug-tested.
He is sure to be castigated by the FA for his actions and Mandaric said: "It is disappointing.
Labour MP Liam Byrne won his Birmingham Hodge Hill seat following a by-election campaign in which his Liberal Democrat opponent was mercilessly castigated as Nicola "Nokia" Davies because her job was to find sites for phone masts.
He berated Mian Shahbaz Sharif for his latest 'political philosophy' of including Army in political issues, saying that it was a shameful precedent by the very elements who had earlier castigated Army for its political role, and had always been at loggerheads with it.
By ISLAMABAD, November 19, 2010 (Balochistan Times): The Chairman of All Parties Hurriyet Conference, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and veteran Kashmiri Hurriyet leader, Syed Ali Gilani have castigated Indian authorities for disallowing them to lead Eid-ul-Azha and Juma prayers, describing the action as a blatant infringement of peoples religious rights.