biasness

biasness

(ˈbaɪəsnəs)
n
an indirectness in speech or conduct
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Summary: New Delhi [India], Sept 1 (ANI): Allaying concerns raised on the status of those excluded from National Register of Citizens (NRC) in Assam, the government on Sunday said that NRC is a non-discriminatory process with no room for "biasness and injustice".
He expressed resolve that there will be no political or regional biasness or favoritism in distribution process.
The research study eliminates all the biasness giving a more realistic shape to the market numbers.
Citing House of Lords judgement in General Pinochet case, Tariq Asad said that its verdict was set aside due to the biasness of one of the members of House of Lords.
The contents of the story are based on biasness, spinning and angling of the facts.
Keywords: Performance Appraisal, Appraisers' Attitude, Feedback, Motivation, Appraisers' Biasness, System Effectiveness
He said if the speaker of Sindh assembly showed biasness, the ECP may disqualify Talpur in 30-days.
Appreciating the Finance Minister for increasing the tax-GDP ratio to 14 percent from the existing 10 percent through expanding the tax net, he said the biasness towards the rich in the revenue collection can be seen with open eyes.
The report's content presented judgmental expression and reflected biasness which was in fact contrary to journalism ethics.
He also accused to match commissioner of biasness, saying the cameraman was attacked inside the pitch under the watchful eye of the official and the police with no action been taken.
He said the Ummah itself was facing the challenges of aggression, terrorism and biasness at a large extent.
The complaint said: 'Since from the very inception of contract, its award, technicalities involved in the matter, the survey reports, assessment of ridership, import of buses for the said project, acquisition of land, its utilisation and compensation made thereof was based on nepotism, favouritism, biasness and glaring illegalities floating on the surface of the record which has caused grave loss to the government exchequer and further weakened the economic situation of the province.'