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The Kashmiris would succeed in getting their basic right of self-determination as the Indian ferocity and brutality could not deter them.
She said that the Indian ferocity and brutality could not deprive Kashmiris of their right to self-determination.
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A cocaine-user who murdered his grandmother by cutting her throat and stabbing her more than 40 times in an attack of "extraordinary ferocity" has been branded "evil" in court by his family.
He maintained that Indian army had crossed all limits of barbarism and ferocity in Occupied Kashmir, lamenting that no one including innocent children, girls, youth as well as the elders were safe from Indian state terrorism.
This old Japanese-built bank was typical of the destruction, with the large holes testimony to the ferocity of the battle.
For two years, I've felt like we set ourselves apart with our ferocity and toughness.
I LOOK, see and hear with sadness about the dreadful devastation that is affecting the islands and the communities in the Caribbean seas (pictured right) and can't help but think we are partly to blame for the ferocity and intensity of these hurricanes.
I SEE with sadness the devastation affecting the islands and the communities in the Caribbean and can't help but think that we are partly to blame for the ferocity and intensity of these hurricanes.
The net used split in two, the ferocity foot Kenny John skills The net used to almost split in two, such was the ferocity of his right foot!
Gurinderjit Singh, of Hawes Road, Walsall, was involved in an attack of "almost animal ferocity", during which the victim had part of his beard ripped off.
Listening to songs such as "Last Call'' and, ahem, "That's What She Said,'' it's clear that this band has an ability to attack a song with ferocity without losing a sense of fun.