shamelessness


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They have brought back shamelessness.' Taking a jibe at Pakistan Awami Tehreek chief Tahir-ul-Qadri, who led the joint opposition rally demanding justice for victims of Model Town incident, Asif remarked: 'He has no relation with Pakistan.
It points to new levels of depravity and shamelessness that have taken over terror groups.
It's the thrill of appearing before other people in a milieu of complete shamelessness.
"Promoting a fairness cream is shamelessness. Stars must stop endorsing it.
She eventually faced the cameras with the shamelessness of Trump, proclaiming that giving them a second chance was the decent thing to do.
What is happening at the moment in Macedonia's culture is classical neo-barbarism led by Alagjozovski, whose vulgarism and shamelessness is not worth commenting," the party said.
With a combination of the audacity, shamelessness and opportunism of a political natural, he turned this negative into a positive.
ADMIT Meanwhile the Brexit leaders, in a breathtaking display of shamelessness, admit there won't after all be a reduction in immigration.
such was the limit of shamelessness that these people were not bothering about the respect of Ramadhan and Sehr-o-Iftaar.
But for months now the furor over trash has led to preposterous politicking -- a manifestation of the political class' shamelessness and lack of integrity.
This is height of shamelessness of Delhi Police," said party's Delhi in-charge Saurabh Bharadwaj.
"We will launch a decisive protest against the vulgarity, immorality, lack of culture and shamelessness of those who drew the caricatures of the Prophet Mohammad (peace be upon him)," Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov wrote online before the rally.