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In a letter in which she is accusing a local newspaper, Ngeene says she will sue for libel on grounds that the media outlet misreported and maliciously published that Excella Limited was paid by the NYS.
Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said India media misreported statement of former Prime Minister but unfortunately we too fell prey to Indian machinations.
'This interview was misreported,' he asserted and said that Sharif did not say that the militants were sent on purpose from Pakistan to carry out attacks in Mumbai.
ISLAMABAD -- Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi has defended the former premier Nawaz Sharif remarks and said that the Indian media misreported Nawaz's remarks regarding the Mumbai attacks.
In issuing the denial, Azman said the newspaper had completely misreported him and that such comments were actually made by another panel speaker at yesterday's Regional Outlook Forum organised by the Institute of South-east Asian Studies in Singapore.
The Malacanang Press Corps (MPC) decried Wednesday the statement of Communications Secretary Martin Andanar, claiming that media 'misreported' President Rodrigo Duterte's comments on martial law.
What they found was sobering: evidence that Joseph Mayton, a California-based freelancer, had made up quotes, misreported sources, and written about events he hadn't attended.
Taking a strong exception to a news item regarding the meeting of Public Accounts Committee (PAC) appeared in a section of press on December 10, 2015, the Pakistan Water and Power Development Authority (Wapda) spokesperson has said that the matters about audit paras relating to Wapda have been misreported in the news item.
Auto Business News-December 10, 2015--Volkswagen AG decreases list of vehicles affected by misreported carbon-dioxide emissions
My statement has been misreported and I do not have anything to do with the malicious report.
"It is very easy to be misreported in some of the less rigorous Turkish media," said Duff in reference to Sabah's top story on its front page on Sunday, stressing that the interview published a "selective quote" from him.
You may click on any of the above news stories to see for yourself that these reports do not stop at a misreported or misquoted headline and lead, rather most of them continue with an introduction to set the stage for the readers to believe that the bone of contention between the IRGC and the government is the recent nuclear deal struck between Iran and the six world powers in Geneva last month.