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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 like for example companies, especially in the case of colonial companies.

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More migrant crossings amid Government promise of new action [Video]

More migrant crossings amid Government promise of new action

More migrants have been found by the UK's Border Force amid news theGovernment intends to introduce a new plan to stem the surge in Channelcrossings.

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Centre constitutes National Expert Group for vaccine administration [Video]

Centre constitutes National Expert Group for vaccine administration

Health Ministry Secretary Rajesh Bhushan in a press conference on August 11 announced that National Expert Group has been constituted for vaccine administration. He said, "Government has constituted..

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'12 lakh jobs': Govt woos iPhone makers, Samsung, others to 'make in India' [Video]

'12 lakh jobs': Govt woos iPhone makers, Samsung, others to 'make in India'

Indian government has received applications from 22 tech companies. Applicants include Samsung, Foxconn, Pegatron, Wistron etc. The firms have applied to expand production facilities in India. Foxconn,..

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Labour leader criticises 'poor Government communication' over localised Covid-19 restrictions [Video]

Labour leader criticises 'poor Government communication' over localised Covid-19 restrictions

On a visit to Peterborough, Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer said the Governmenthad made the right decision to implement localised coronavirus restrictions,but criticised "poor communication" to get the..

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Sadiq Khan worried 'mixed messages' will lead to second wave [Video]

Sadiq Khan worried 'mixed messages' will lead to second wave

London Mayor Sadiq Khan says he fears the Goverment's 'mixed messages' willlead to a second wave of coronavirus infections across the UK.

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Rafale jets should worry those threatening India: Govt's message to China [Video]

Rafale jets should worry those threatening India: Govt's message to China

As the first batch of Rafale fighter aircraft landed in India, the country's political leadership sent a clear message to hostile powers. The Defence minister, Rajnath Singh, delivered a not-so-subtle..

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New Government strategy aims to get obese Brits to lose weight [Video]

New Government strategy aims to get obese Brits to lose weight

Overweight people are being asked to lose five pounds to save the NHS moneyand help lower the risk of dying from coronavirus as part of the Government’snew obesity crackdown - a move the Obesity..

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Govt constructs new high-tech poly houses to boost vegetable cultivation in Kashmir [Video]

Govt constructs new high-tech poly houses to boost vegetable cultivation in Kashmir

Govt constructed newly high-tech poly houses with all types of facilities to boost vegetable cultivation in Kashmir. These hi-tech poly houses with a cost of Rs 10 lakh have been installed under..

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Rajasthan BJP chief takes a dig on state govt for withdrawing general consent for CBI investigations [Video]

Rajasthan BJP chief takes a dig on state govt for withdrawing general consent for CBI investigations

Amid the political crisis in Rajasthan, the Ashok Gehlot-led state government said that prior consent of the government shall be required to be taken on a case-to-case basis for investigation of any..

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Lisa Nandy calls on Govt to take stand against China [Video]

Lisa Nandy calls on Govt to take stand against China

Shadow Foreign Secretary Lisa Nandy has called on the government to implement a proper strategy on China instead of "moral ambiguity", with departments downplaying human rights abuses in order to..

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Gov't criticised for making cuts to India's school curriculum [Video]

Gov't criticised for making cuts to India's school curriculum

Why some are questioning the government's decision to remove contentious subjects from the syllabus.

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How will the new points-based immigration system work? [Video]

How will the new points-based immigration system work?

More information on how the new points-based immigration system will work has been published by the Government.The policy is set to come into force on January 1 after freedom of movement with the..

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Live music figure calls for more support for venues [Video]

Live music figure calls for more support for venues

An independent live music figurehead has warned many people in his industry 'will be looking for other jobs' by January unless more Government financial support or a return to unrestricted gigs and..

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Govt announces safety plans for return to schools in autumn [Video]

Govt announces safety plans for return to schools in autumn

Education Secretary Gavin Williamson has unveiled the government’s safety plan for how to get all children in all year groups back to the classroom in September, after up to six months at home...

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Leicester mayor says they will need Government support during extended lockdown [Video]

Leicester mayor says they will need Government support during extended lockdown

Mayor of Leicester Sir Peter Soulsby has said the city will require the level of support from the Government that was given at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic as they face an extended..

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Govt announces new institution IN-SPACE to guide private sector in space activities [Video]

Govt announces new institution IN-SPACE to guide private sector in space activities

Minister for State in Atomic Energy and Space, Jitendra Singh, on June 24 informed that a new institution IN-SPACE (Indian National Space, Promotion and Authorisation Centre) has been formed to guide..

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Govt set target to gasify around 100 million tonnes of coal by 2030: PM Modi [Video]

Govt set target to gasify around 100 million tonnes of coal by 2030: PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on June 18 that government has set a target to gasify around 100 million tonnes of coal by 2030. He made this statement in his speech at the launch of the auction of..

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Leo Varadkar announces Irish face mask campaign [Video]

Leo Varadkar announces Irish face mask campaign

Leo Varadkar launched a Government campaign to encourage people to wear face coverings on buses and trains and other public transport in Ireland as more shops begin to open. Mr Varadkar called for the..

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Marcus Rashford pleads for Government rethink on free school meal vouchers [Video]

Marcus Rashford pleads for Government rethink on free school meal vouchers

Marcus Rashford has pleaded with the Government to reconsider its decision not to extend the current food voucher scheme in an open letter “written from the heart”. The 22-year-old Manchester..

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Govt will not keep anyone in dark over India-China standoff matter: Rajnath Singh [Video]

Govt will not keep anyone in dark over India-China standoff matter: Rajnath Singh

Government will not keep anyone in the dark over India and China standoff matter assured Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on June 14. "Talks are underway with China at diplomatic and military..

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