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Even under Vajpayee, a much popular leader with a national appeal because of his relatively liberal image, it took the BJP much political jugglery to come within the striking distance of Delhi.
What strange jugglery it was on the part of PPP," Faisal Sabzwari, MQM parliamentarian leader in the assembly remarked in his speech in the assembly.
He dispelled the impression that the budget for financial year 2010-11 is a jugglery of words, saying that after even excluding non-cash transaction of Rs85 billion, the total volume of the budget will remain at Rs208 billion as compared to Rs113 billion budget of the previous year.
Speaking to the media, party spokesperson Shahnawaz Hussain, said his party would study the white paper in detail and ascertain if Lalu Prasad Yadav had indulged in jugglery of figures to manipulate the profit.
A Unless real and meaningful steps are taken in that direction, all inquiries on both counts amount to little but the politicians' jugglery a[umlaut] in semantics.
HAFIZABAD -- While big business and industrialists have hailed the Federal Budget, majority of people particularly, salaried personnel, workers, growers and other working class has termed the federal budget as jugglery of words having no good news for the teeming million.
Answering to a question about his resignation federal Minister for water and power told that although he gave such announcement earlier however during such trying circumstances it's no more than just jugglery to resign.
It was an exercise in jugglery of figures and did not dwell at all on the multi-thousand crore irrigation department scam involving deputy chief minister Ajit Pawar.
PESHAWAR, June 6 -- The federal budget for the fiscal year 2010-11 drew a mix reaction in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa on Saturday as political parties in the provincial ruling coalition, including the Pakistan People's Party (PPP) and the Awami National Party (ANP), term it a people friendly-budget while the opposition called it a jugglery of figures.
He dispelled the impression that the budget was the jugglery of words, saying it was presented in a good manner.
Ibrahim Al Hanai, head of organised crime, Abu Dhabi Police, termed the draft law as a critical tool to fight the phenomena of magic, jugglery and money multiplicity through sorcery.
The main opposition Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) termed the Indian Planning Commission's calculations on poverty as a statistical jugglery.