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They said that all the citizens had equal rights irrespective of religion and the government had already done a lot of work on legislation to ensure protection of rights of the people.
Emulate the teaching and practice of Jesus Christ and be kind to people irrespective of religious belief' he said.
The Chief Minister maintained that the murderer of Taniya Khaskheli should be arrested at the earliest irrespective of any support of influential persons.
Jammu (Jammu and Kashmir) [India] July 11 ( ANI ): The National Conference (NC) on Tuesday said terrorism has no religion, and added that everyone should come together, irrespective of political ideologies, to eradicate this menace.
The approval was based on data from KEYNOTE-021, Cohort G1, in 123 earlier untreated patients with metastatic non-squamous NSCLC with no EGFR or ALK genomic tumour aberrations and irrespective of PD-L1 expression.
I'm very happy here and I look forward to staying here for the remainder of my contract, irrespective of the outcome this season.
He said in our society, all citizens irrespective of their social status, must respond to their moral, social and religious obligations without any fear.
Police may also bring charges against people irrespective of whether a pyramid agreement is verbal or in writing.
The religion of ALL terrorists is 'terrorism', irrespective of whichever religion they claim to follow.
26th August, 2014, irrespective of the loan amount.
If they do return a "yes" vote - then on Independence Day, all those with a postcode in Scotland will (by default) become citizens of Scotland, thereby Scottish, whereas no one else will be allowed to refer to themselves as Scottish, irrespective of their background.
The report said, 'It would be desirable for the bank licensing regime to move to a uniform license across all broad-based banks, irrespective of ownership, subject to inter-jurisdictional reciprocity considerations in respect of foreign banks, and niche licenses for banks with more narrowly defined businesses.