subversive


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subversive

1. liable to subvert or overthrow a government, legally constituted institution, etc.
2. a person engaged in subversive activities, etc.
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At the most, I regard thee as the ventriloquist of the earth: and ever, when I have heard subversive and spouting devils speak, I have found them like thee: embittered, mendacious, and shallow.
Public assemblies, when subversive of the liberties of the people,
However, the Pakistani Government stated that Jadhav was a serving commander in the Indian Navy who was involved in subversive activities inside Pakistan and was arrested on 3 March 2016 during a counter-intelligence operation in Balochistan and still is in the custody of Pakistan.
SIALKOT -- The Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD) claimed to have nicked a suspected terrorist from Daska, planning subversive activities in the district.
Manama, May 18 (BNA): Bahrain Journalists Association (BJA) President Ahdeya Ahmed slammed the subversive role played by Al-Jazeera TV Channel.
Summary: New York [USA], May 20 (ANI): Hacktivism or the subversive use of internet-connected devices and networks to promote political or social agenda is witnessing a sharp decline since 2015.
Atef Tarawneh affirmed that the subversive act targeted yesterday the two oil pumping stations in Al-Dawadmi and Afif governorates in Riyadh region is targeting energy supplies that are closely linked to all the peoples of the world.
'The security forces and the CTD personnel conducted an intelligence-based operation and two important terrorists and their three accomplices involved in subversive activities across Hazara have been arrested,' a press release issued by ISPR on Tuesday said.
India had moved the ICJ against the case, after Jadhav, an on-duty Indian navy officer was arrested and sentenced to death by Pakistan for espionage and subversive activities last year.
He said that subversive acts could not deter the resolve to wiping out terrorism, adding enemies would be tracked down and dealt with iron hand.
Seven leaders and activists of Jamaat-E-Islami Bangladesh were arrested on Saturday from a secret meeting they were holding at village Chhararpar under Sadar upazila in Nilphamari while they were allegedly planning to conduct subversive activities, reports BSS.
DOZENS of "subversive" Welsh nationalists were secretly blacklisted under Margaret Thatcher's government, newly released documents reveal.