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Impartial

Favoring neither; disinterested; treating all alike; unbiased; equitable, fair, and just.

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"The Sindh government claims to promote education in the province under the 'education emergency' but it just remains to be a mere claim, and in fact, no betterment has been observed in the education sector and the condition has gone from bad to worse," the petitioners maintained.They prayed to the court to order the constitution of JIT consisting of members from all investigation authorities including Pakistan Army, and direct them to investigate the matter impartially and honestly.
On the bureau's duties, Najem said it resolves commercial disputes by impartially interpreting and applying the rule of law.
The IATA certification, known as the Center for Excellence and Independent Validators, impartially validates the capabilities associated with the proper transportation of delicate, temperature-controlled pharmaceutical shipments.
Senior UN officials, including the High Commissioner for Human Rights, need to execute their obligations impartially and independently from any political considerations.
Of the ten main media groups, two will report the campaign impartially and at least three support Vote Leave.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran's Envoy to the International Atomic Energy Agency Reza Najafi strongly criticized the IAEA for not acting impartially towards Tehran's nuclear program.
Fiona Woolf said she had no choice but to quit after accepting the victims had lost all confi-dence in her ability to conduct the investigation impartially.
The court of appeals should competently, impartially, and independently conduct judicial review of the September 6, 2014 trial and the resulting death sentences.
Rob Griffiths of No2EU, said: "We're showing we're opposed to the normalisation of fascism and racism." The BBC said it had a duty to cover the election impartially.
SP leader Naresh Agarwal accused the EC of not acting impartially.
The Department for Education (DfE) said it was vital the investigations were "carried out impartially" and said it would be inappropriate to comment further at this stage.