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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, generally a state. It can also describe the leadership of a supranational organization, such as the United Nations or the EU, or a political region, or local units, such as a county, city, or township.

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Foreign Office minister Baroness Sugg resigns over foreign aid cuts [Video]

Foreign Office minister Baroness Sugg resigns over foreign aid cuts

A Foreign Office minister has resigned in protest against the Government’sdecision to cut the overseas aid budget, saying such a move is “fundamentallywrong”.

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Coronavirus pandemic in Sweden: Govt bans public gatherings of more than 8 people [Video]

Coronavirus pandemic in Sweden: Govt bans public gatherings of more than 8 people

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French security law: Govt crackdown on filming the police causes outrage [Video]

French security law: Govt crackdown on filming the police causes outrage

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The government will ensure that the benefit of child welfare schemes reaches to the children: CM Gehlot [Video]

The government will ensure that the benefit of child welfare schemes reaches to the children: CM Gehlot

Rajasthan state is observing the Child Rights Week till 20 November. On this occasion Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot inaugurated the "Vastsalya Yojna" and "Samarth Yojna" for orphan and destitute..

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Large queues and full trolleys suggest panic buying ahead of new lockdown [Video]

Large queues and full trolleys suggest panic buying ahead of new lockdown

Large queues and full trolleys of essential items such as toilet paper andbottled water at a Costco store in Birmingham suggest that the Government'scalls to not panic buy ahead of England's national..

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More than one million lab-confirmed coronavirus cases recorded in UK [Video]

More than one million lab-confirmed coronavirus cases recorded in UK

The UK has recorded more than one million lab-confirmed cases of coronavirussince the start of the outbreak, according to Government data. Figuresreleased on Saturday show another 21,915 lab-confirmed..

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Coronavirus in numbers: UK cases pass 1,000,000 [Video]

Coronavirus in numbers: UK cases pass 1,000,000

The UK has recorded more than one million lab-confirmed cases of coronavirussince the start of the outbreak, according to Government data. Figuresreleased on Saturday show another 21,915 lab-confirmed..

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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..

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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,..

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