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Government: System or group of people governing an organized community, often a state
A government is the system or group of people governing an organized community, often a state, but also other entities, for example, a company.

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UK Covid-19 rules: Govt imposes new restrictions on Manchester [Video]

UK Covid-19 rules: Govt imposes new restrictions on Manchester

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Andy Burnham on Government ultimatum: I am determined to try and respond positively [Video]

Andy Burnham on Government ultimatum: I am determined to try and respond positively

The Mayor of Greater Manchester has said he's "determined to try and respondpositively and constructively" to the noon deadline for leaders to agree to adeal to move the area into the Very High tier.

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'My Town My Pride' programme begins in J-K's Poonch [Video]

'My Town My Pride' programme begins in J-K's Poonch

'My Town My Pride' programme began in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch from October 20 by the government. The p programme aims at ensuring immediate grievance redressal, instant delivery of services to the..

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Andy Burnham doesn't rule out legal action against Government [Video]

Andy Burnham doesn't rule out legal action against Government

Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham does not rule out legally challengingthe Government restrictions in Manchester saying "he would do anything toprotect low-paid workers"

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'Govt's alternative is costly', says farmer after burning stubble [Video]

'Govt's alternative is costly', says farmer after burning stubble

The incidents of stubble burning continue in Punjab. Farmers in Rurka Kalan village near Goraya were seen burning crop waste. "Our ideal way of burning crop waste is better that what government is..

Credit: ANI     Duration: 02:29Published
Anurag Thakur slams Udit Raj over his 'Kumbh fair' tweet [Video]

Anurag Thakur slams Udit Raj over his 'Kumbh fair' tweet

National Spokesperson of AICC Udit Raj sparked controversy with his tweet, which he deleted later. In his tweet he said that "No religious teachings and rituals to be funded by the Govt. The state..

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'Govt always open for talks': Agriculture Secy after 29 farm leaders walked out of meeting [Video]

'Govt always open for talks': Agriculture Secy after 29 farm leaders walked out of meeting

Union Agriculture Ministry held talks with leaders of 29 farmer unions over new farm laws. The meeting was attended by the Agriculture Secretary. "Agriculture has been always the priority of the..

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'Jan Andolan for COVID-19 Appropriate Behaviour' to continue till March: Govt [Video]

'Jan Andolan for COVID-19 Appropriate Behaviour' to continue till March: Govt

Central government has decided to launch an intensive campaign, 'Jan Andolan for COVID-19 Appropriate Behaviour' for two months, informed Amit Khare, Secretary, Ministry of Information and..

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Rishi Sunak reaffirms Government's Winter Economy Plan as new restrictions introduced [Video]

Rishi Sunak reaffirms Government's Winter Economy Plan as new restrictions introduced

Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak has reaffirmed the Government'sobjectives of providing financial support during the next round of Covid-19restrictions.

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Northern businesses condemn Government's latest wage support package [Video]

Northern businesses condemn Government's latest wage support package

Mayors representing big cities in northern England have criticised theGovernment's latest wage support package for employees in businesses that maybe ordered to close as part of efforts to suppress..

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'Govt in touch with Libyan authorities to rescue 7 abducted Indians': MEA [Video]

'Govt in touch with Libyan authorities to rescue 7 abducted Indians': MEA

Seven Indians were kidnapped in Libya last month, the Ministry of External Affairs said. It added that India is in touch with Libya authorities to rescue them. The Indians hail from Andhra Pradesh,..

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'Govt in touch with Libyan authorities to rescue 7 abducted Indians' MEA [Video]

'Govt in touch with Libyan authorities to rescue 7 abducted Indians' MEA

Seven Indians were kidnapped in Libya last month, the Ministry of External Affairs said. It added that India is in touch with Libya authorities to rescue them. The Indians hail from Andhra Pradesh,..

Credit: HT Digital Content     Duration: 02:28Published
Govt will provide employment to misled Kashmiri youth: J-K Guv Manoj Sinha [Video]

Govt will provide employment to misled Kashmiri youth: J-K Guv Manoj Sinha

The Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha has asked to misled youngsters, who have joined path of terrorism in Kashmir to become a part of the mainstream. He said that the government will provide employment..

Credit: ANI     Duration: 02:31Published
Argentina: Thousands displaced as economic crisis worsens [Video]

Argentina: Thousands displaced as economic crisis worsens

Government figures released this week show that poverty has soared in Argentina in recent months.

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO     Duration: 02:36Published
Taoiseach: I’m not optimistic UK will strike post-Brexit trade deal [Video]

Taoiseach: I’m not optimistic UK will strike post-Brexit trade deal

In a virtual appearance at the Liberal Democrat party conference, IrishTaoiseach Micheal Martin has said he is "not optimistic" that Britain willstrike a post-Brexit trade deal with the European Union...

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Government made our 'annadaata' a puppet through its 'fund daata': Tejashwi Yadav [Video]

Government made our 'annadaata' a puppet through its 'fund daata': Tejashwi Yadav

Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader Tejashwi Yadav on September 25 hit out at Central government's new agriculture reform bills and said that Central Government has made our 'annadaata' (farmers) a..

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Labour leader questions Government's approach to curbing spread of Covid-19 [Video]

Labour leader questions Government's approach to curbing spread of Covid-19

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer questions the Government's latest measures tocurb the rise of coronavirus infections.

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Starmer: Second national lockdown would be sign of Government failure [Video]

Starmer: Second national lockdown would be sign of Government failure

Sir Keir Starmer has said a second national lockdown would be a “sign ofGovernment failure, not an act of God”, and would take an “immense toll” onpublic health and the economy. Speaking from..

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Agriculture Reform Bills: Congress to boycott Parliament until Centre accepts their demands [Video]

Agriculture Reform Bills: Congress to boycott Parliament until Centre accepts their demands

Congress Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha, Ghulam Nabi Azad on September 22 said that the party will boycott Parliament sessions until the government will not accept their demands which is to bring..

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Social gatherings in festivities, poor air quality among reasons for Covid cases rise in Delhi: Govt


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Qatar strip search: Govt says baby dumped in bin in 'appalling attempt to kill her'

A newborn baby at the centre of the Doha airport strip-search scandal was found in plastic bag and "buried under garbage" in a trash can, the Qatar Government has revealed.In a statement released today..
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Massey shake-up: Science societies urge Govt to step in

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Calls for the Government to intervene in floated cuts to Massey University science academic staff have stepped up, with an urgent appeal to ministers by several scientific societies.But a spokesperson..
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Govt plans to map madrassa education system to link students to formal education

With a view to strengthen and modernise madrassas across the country, the minority affairs ministry has decided to commission a study to find out the status and requirements for quality education in..
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India saw 310 cases/m in last 7 days, among lowest globally: Govt


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Greece finalises plan to build a wall on its border with Turkey

greece finalises plan to build a wall on its border with turkey
Greece's Government says it has finalised plans to build a wall along its northeast border with Turkey, over concerns that migrants may try to stage mass crossings into the European Union..
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Govt relaxes eligibility criteria for highway projects


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Govt extends home secretary Ajay Bhalla's tenure till August 2021


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Govt has no count of number of times it shut off internet in the country

The government has no data on how many times it ordered the snapping of internet services in various parts of the country, nor how such bans were beneficial in maintaining law and order,..
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Covid-19: Case fatality rate 1.2% without co-morbidities, 18% with them, says Government data

The overall case fatality rate of people with co-morbidities like diabetes, hypertension, renal and heart diseases and cancer is 17.9%, while it is 1.2% for those without co-morbidities, according to..
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Ayurveda & yoga can help fight Covid: Govt


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LAC row: Govt eases curbs on defence spending

The ongoing military confrontation with China along the line of actual control has prompted the government to ease spending restrictions on defence while keeping tabs on expenditure on non-essential..
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Govt will need 80,000 crore for Covid vaccine, says Serum CEO

The government may need Rs 80,000 crore over the next one year for distribution of Covid-19 vaccine and immunization of the country’s population, Adar Poonawalla, CEO and promoter of the world’s..
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Govt will consider revoking suspension of RS MPs if they apologise for their behaviour: Prasad

The government will consider revoking the suspension of eight Rajya Sabha members only after they apologise for their behaviour in the Upper House, Union minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said on Tuesday...
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Farmers need many thousand markets, not one: Chidambaram

Commenting on this, Chidambaram tweeted, "Government has released advertisements defending the Farm Bills. One line in the advertisement says that 'One Nation One Market' will give freedom to the..
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Govt waives permit requirement for transport vehicles carrying oxygen amid Covid-19

The government on Monday said it has waived permit requirement for transport vehicles carrying oxygen in view of Covid-19 pandemic. The step is likely to ensure smooth movement of the vehicles,..
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Islamic State most active Kerala, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Maharashtra: Govt


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Islamic State most active in 12 Indian states: Govt to Paliament

islamic state most active in 12 indian states: govt to paliament
By Rajnish Singh New Delhi, Sep 16 : With Islamic State and its various manifestations spreading base in 12 Indian states in recent years, the Sunni jihadists’ group is now “most active” in these..
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No infiltration at China border in 6 months: Govt in RS

no infiltration at china border in 6 months: govt in rs
New Delhi: The government on Wednesday said there has been no infiltration along the Sino-Indian border in the last six months, while 47 infiltration bids have...
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Ravi Kishan asks Govt to take strict action against drug traffickers


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Yoga, walks & Chyawanprash: Govt issues new protocol for Covid-19 recovered patients


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Govt's 'well planned fight' against Covid has put India in 'abyss of GDP reduction': Rahul Gandhi

Taking a dig at the government, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Saturday said its "well planned fight" against coronavirus has allegedly put India in an "abyss" of GDP reduction of 24 per cent, 12..
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Govt's skill agenda is to create workforce to match global demands: PM Modi


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Chinese troops carried rods, spears and clubs in aggressive approach towards Indian post: Govt sources

Chinese troops carried rods, spears, clubs and sharp weapons in trying to close in on an Indian position in Mukhpari area of Rezang-La ridgeline in eastern Ladakh on Monday evening, government sources..
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Leaders react to Government ‘treachery’ on Brexit

leaders react to government ‘treachery’ on brexit
A “treacherous betrayal” enacted by a group of Tory “charlatans” is how various political figures have described the Government’s reported plan to rip-up the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement ahead..
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Govt's intent in providing jobs to youth doubtful: Congress

The Congress on Friday hit out at the government over the issues of unemployment and poverty and alleged that its intent behind providing jobs to youth was not sincere.
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Corona roundup: Govt's directive to docs, 5 states account for 62% cases & more


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Govt decides to scrap Question Hour during monsoon session; oppn calls it ‘murder of democracy’


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Pranab Mukherjee a distinguished national leader, tall statesman: Govt in notification


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Govt mulls single voters list for polls at all levels

While ECI is empowered by Article 324 of the Constitution to hold polls to Lok Sabha and state assemblies, for which a common voters’ list is used, state election commissions (SEC) derive their..
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Govt mulls 'Mission Covid Suraksha' with Rs 3,000-crore corpus

To accelerate the process of developing and manufacturing safe and effective Covid-19 vaccines in the country that can be easily accessible and affordable for the public, a 'Mission Covid Suraksha' has..
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High Court permits individuals to install & immerse Ganesha idols in Tamil Nadu, amid Govt ban on public celebration

Court has also emphasized that the Tamil Nadu's government's ban on public celebrations, processions, installation of idols in public on Ganesh Chaturthi will be in force.
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Covid-19: Govt to review guidelines to see if 'on-demand' testing can be allowed

With nearly nine lakh Covid-19 tests being held per day, the government on Tuesday said it would review the guidelines for testing to see if it can be made available on an on-demand basis for the..
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Agri exports beat Covid-19 trouble to record increase, Govt sets up export promotion forums for eight farm produce


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Covid-19 vaccine: Govt panel meets representatives of leading domestic manufacturers

The national expert group on vaccine administration for Covid-19 met representatives of leading domestic manufactures, including Serum Institute of India, Bharat Biotech and Zydus Cadila, on Monday to..
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Include chapters on citizens duties in school books: Govt to NCERT, states

As public participation gains significance in the fight against coronavirus, the Centre on Friday asked the NCERT and state governments to include chapters on citizens' duties in school books. Union..
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Gov't plans to sell remained GM shares

Taxpayers will soon no longer own a piece of General Motors. The government plans to sell its remaining 31 million shares of the auto giant by the end of the year. Taxpayers spent nearly $50 billion..
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Government's last minute exams u-turn is 'complete fiasco', Keir Starmer says

Ministers had months to find workable solution, Labour leader says
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Govt has betrayed 'Corona Warriors': Rahul Gandhi

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Monday alleged that the government had "betrayed" COVID-19 frontline workers by not providing them adequate protective equipment.
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Govt plans to protect identity, language, land of J&K people

There will be measures for the protection of the identity, language and land of the people of Jammu and Kashmir, on the lines enjoyed by indigenous people in several states, and parliamentary approval..
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Government's 'pitiful' planning reforms 'will cost Britain decades in fighting climate change'

New system will 'cut red tape' and boost construction firms, ministers say
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Govt plans personal health IDs, e-records for citizens

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to announce the National Digital Health Mission (NDHM) on August 15, which has been envisaged as a complete digital health ecosystem with personal health IDs for..
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Call assembly session from August 14: Ashok Gehlot govt to Rajasthan governor

The Ashok Gehlot Cabinet on Wednesday cleared another proposal to be sent to the governor for summoning the assembly, saying the session should begin on August 14.Government sources argued that this..
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Permanent Commission for women in Indian Army: Govt issues formal sanction letter

The Union government on Thursday issued a formal sanction letter for grant of Permanent Commission to women officers in Indian Army, paving the way for empowering women officers to shoulder larger..
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Government's failure to plan for economic impact of coronavirus pandemic 'astonishing', says financial watchdog

'A competent government does not run a country on the hoof, and it will not steer us through this global health and economic crisis that way'
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Coronavirus: Government's new messaging on face coverings criticised for promoting 'useless' masks

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Govt will fulfill its duty of calling Monsoon session: Union minister Arjun Ram Meghwal

Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Arjun Ram Meghwal on Sunday said "it is the constitutional duty of the Centre to call the Parliament Session within six months and the government will surely..
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Ensure capturing FASTag details before new vehicle registration: Govt tells NIC

The government on Sunday asked NIC to ensure capturing FASTag details during the registration of new vehicles and also when fitness certificates are issued to them.
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