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But, for few, it turns out to be an excuse to disrespect women that destroys the very purpose of the festival.
Those who disrespect parliament, I will personally hit them with slippers," said the ruling PML-N leader.
In the process if I inadvertently hurt anyone's feelings or sentiments, I apologise and assure you that no disrespect was meant in any way," Sidharth tweeted.
We voted as a United Kingdom" in the referendum, - such disrespect towards Wales, the Welsh language and Plaid Cymru.
According to the amendment, punishments previously stipulated for national flag and national emblem desecration in public now also apply to serious acts of public disrespect to the national anthem.
Johnson She added that "not only did he disrespect my son", but Mr Trump was disrespectful to her son's widow.
It was not the wish of Smith and Carlos to disrespect the U.
We are huge fans of their music and it was not our intention to disrespect these cultural icons in any way.
Pakistan Army is a highly professional force and shall never disrespect a soldier even Indian,' he added.
The 1971 Act provides for prevention of disrespect and insult to national flag and Constitution of India and its punishment but makes no similar provision with respect to national anthem," argued Dwivedi.
Why do socialists think it is appropriate to disrespect our war dead and the nation they died to defend?
There's no disrespect, it's all about building depth and competition," said Anscombe, of Ireland fielding an entirely fresh line-up.