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He asked the public to avoid making useless calls to the rescue services because it usually caused wastage of their precious time and kept the entire communication system engaged.
Another demonstration organized by international human rights commission and Pasban-e-Hurriyat demanded the Indian government to recognize Jammu and Kashmir as disputed territory and initiate tripartite dialogue to resolve it rather making useless efforts through Rajnath, a Indian representative sent in Kashmir to explore ways for resolving the issue.
Cellphones play a vital role to the country and the society but unfortunately it is being misused in today's day and age by sending silly text messages, making useless calls and playing games all the time.
If we Baby Boomers have systematically cut down on the number of humans in this world, there is less income (from people with money to spend), more greed, and more politicians making useless laws that burden us older folks who can't afford more taxes and higher energy prices.
Accusing the BJP of making useless allegations on the Congress, he said that the opposition had no vital issues to talk about.
A huge portion of them are engaged in making useless ornaments, carriages, furniture and knickknacks for women.
Hardly ever off the cell phone making useless calls.
He said that KP Chief Minister Pervaiz Khattak has done nothing except making useless announcements while PTI's chief Imran Khan has forced KP province into a quagmire of loans.