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Mike But he added: "It was said that several policewomen flatly refused to work in the station at night on their own.
New Delhi [India], July 24 ( ANI ): Senior Congress leader Mani Shankar Aiyar on Monday flatly rejected the assertion by National Conference Chief Farooq Abdullah that Pakistan and China could be asked to mediate in resolving the Kashmir issue.
The French authorities flatly condemn the shameful act committed on Thursday against the Moroccan ambassador's residence in France," said a statement by the French embassy in Rabat.
He said the Indian charges were onesided and insisted that Indian soldiers had crossed the LoC on January 6, a statement which has been flatly refuted by Indian Army Chief Gen.
However, a Barca statement read: "With respect to an agreement with Arsenal FC player Cesc Fabregas, Barca flatly deny that there have been any negotiations or agreements with the player.
It is likely that the Obama Administration will at some point recognize a need to state flatly that it is not pursuing "regime change" in Iran.
Claims that Thor was close to buying the legendary local restaurant, Gargiulo's, were quashed this week when the owners flatly denied any sale.
His decision has the backing of the majority of French citizens; his detractors are comparing his decision to the Nazi policy of rounding up Jews during WWII, a position Sarkozy, of course, flatly denies and ridicules.
When the mayor asked for a list of the candidates the district is considering to replace outgoing Superintendent Roy Romer, the board brats flatly said no.
In some cases, the guides were flatly erroneous, but when the errors were pointed out, it was too late--the guides had already been distributed.
For DINP as currently used, its full report flatly states that there is "no concern" for adults, children and infants.
The nomination is flatly opposed by House Speaker Dennis Hastert (R-Ill.