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The minister's statement is misleading and has been made with an intention to malign the image of Hurriyet leadership as well as to hoodwink the public opinion in Kashmir and abroad," the APHC said in a statement in Srinagar.
It's true, I've got a little bit of a history playing monsters - but once I was offered Hoodwink, I couldn't let him go," reveals 43-year-old Serkis.
He said that the so-called protectors of Pakhtuns interests embezzled the public welfare funds by launching flawed development projects to hoodwink the innocent people.
Pervaiz Elahi has given a tacit assurance of the support of Q-League for the bill regarding Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and he is only engaged in a futile attempt to hoodwink the people of Hazara on the renaming of the province.
The Labour MP said: "Parents and children who have put a huge amount of effort into our campaign to save Castle Hall will be rightly horrified at this disgraceful stunt to hoodwink them at the eleventh hour.
A NUNEATON couple are to appear on television next week, in a panel aiming to hoodwink celebrities.
Fed-up English football fans have been posing as the Tartan Army in a bid to hoodwink the French.
was going to hoodwink the people of Balochistan, adding that people would not be hoodwinked by him (Imran).
This is the first novel from the London-based writer, who played saxophone in Hoodwink, an all female indie rock band.
A NUNEATON couple are to appear in a television panel aiming to hoodwink celebrities.
The statement is a massive non-event that attempts to hoodwink the Irish people into believing that the Government has increased this important allowance.