tall talk


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tall talk

noun
The act or an instance of exaggerating:
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Ahmed Patel highlighted this at the eve of the Maoist attack in Kaharashtra's Gadchiroli, saying, 'despite its 'tall talk' no lessons from Pulwama have been have been learnt', he added that the country needs preventive action, accountability for this failure and not 'jumlas' (rhetoric) and lectures.
That just means one thing: despite the tall talk of a $10 trillion economy, the ground realities of Indian politics have not changed over the years.
The people living on the border were at the mercy of Pakistani forces as they would keep pounding the villages and despite the tall talk of making community bunkers for them, the Modi government had not done anything to help them.
IN spite of tall talk to improve the lot of the poor, the common man is being crushed by inflation.
"Where has suddenly your tall talk of development vanished?
Despite Tillerson's tall talk about protecting innocents everywhere, it isn't possible.
'That's a tall talk. But we're confident that were going to have the numbers,' Alejano said.
Denouncing or condemning a government act is no better than the tall talk of politicians.
Despite our tall talk of leaving no room for terrorism, or leaving no space for extremist philosophy, or not allowing our soil to be used by miscreants, we have faced international criticism and embarrassment for allowing the same.
Regardless of all the tall talk of tax reforms in the defence and aerospace industries, they continue to be taxed as before.
The incident has once again exposes the tall talk of the Delhi Police while providing a grim reminder that girls are not safe in the national Capital during the night.
Bilateral interactions have never been short on tall talk and rhetoric.