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  • Varun is also charged with promoting enimity, which is punishable by imprisonment of 3 years, however if he is imprisoned by over 2 years he can be disqualified from contesting polls.

    Times Now

  • And the only way to do this is to make serious enimity and foes of any man of our gender-class whom diminishes our sex for profit.

    MND: Your Daily Dose of Counter-Theory

  • Unification of every single male provoked and insulted by the existing social model, around fanatical enimity to those representatives of our own gender whom diminish maleness so profitably and recklessly.

    MND: Your Daily Dose of Counter-Theory

  • Despite this political enimity, once in the Constituent Assembly, Ambedkar worked closely with his Congress colleagues in formulating and drafting our national charter.

    Blogbharti

  • Instead of comparing between the language and building enimity between the developer community, I would suggest you guys think in the client point of view.

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  • (A) (promoting enimity between differnt groups on ground of religion, race, place of birth, language etc) and Section 188 (disobedience of order promulgated by a public servant).

    rediff.com

  • Raj has also been charged under Section 125 of the Representtaive of People Act (any person who in connection with election promotes enimity between different classes on grounds of religion, race, caste community etc), Kulkarni said.

    rediff.com

  • Ongoing personal enimity was said to be the cause of the clash, said DSP.

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