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But no error could vitiate Barbicane's calculations.
Yet the least defect of self-possession vitiates, in my judgment, the entire relation.
Summary: Jammu (Jammu and Kashmir) [India], Aug 18 (ANI): Divisional Commissioner of Jammu Sanjeev Verma on Sunday said the 4G internet services have not been restored as a precaution to keep a check over rumour-mongering that can vitiate the atmosphere.
Do not deliberately vitiate the situation," Mirwaiz asked the Indian authorities.
India was hatching conspiracies to vitiate peace process in Pakistan through such nefarious acts, however, it would not succeed in its designs, she added.
Mr Ahmedyar said that nobody would be allowed to vitiate the peaceful atmosphere of the peaceful desert region.
While the Indian DGMO had held out the assurance that no such action which might vitiate the atmosphere at the LoC would be taken, his Pakistani counterpart promised 'investigation' if 'actionable intelligence' was provided regarding certain Indian allegations, Pakistan's DGMO, however, had expressed concern over the violations of ceasefire by India and 'deliberately targeting innocent civilians' which claimed four lives and left 32 injured since May 29.
The Pakistan DGMO also expressed concern over 'unusual movements of weapons and forces along LoC' and cautioned the Indian official over any provocation which had the potential to vitiate the environment.
FO spokesperson dismisses reported comments by Omid Meysam ISLAMABAD:Pakistan on Tuesday dismissed reported comments by Afghan Chief Executive's deputy spokesperson Omid Meysam and called for avoiding comments which would vitiate the existing positive spirit of cooperation of Pak-Afghan bilateral relations.
The reports can only be viewed as malicious propaganda to vitiate the existing cooperation between the two countries, he added.
While the Indian Director General Military Operations held out the assurance that no such action which might vitiate the atmosphere at the Line of Control would be taken, his Pakistani counterpart promised 'investigation' if 'actionable intelligence' was provided regarding certain Indian allegations.
To vitiate, meaning, 'to make legally defective or invalid,' from the Latin 'vitiatus', meaning 'to make faulty, injure, spoil.' What consent?