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    WORLDNov 11, 2020, 3:52 PM IST

    World’s longest-serving, Bahrain PM Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa dies at 84

    Bahrain's Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa, one of the world's longest-serving prime ministers who led the island nation's government for decades and survived the 2011 Arab Spring protests that demanded his ouster over corruption allegations, died on Wednesday.

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    Uttar PradeshMar 29, 2020, 1:34 PM IST

    PHOTOS: Craving Will kill Us Before Corona; Labours Walked In Lockdown Without Food And Water

    New Delhi. The coronavirus that has come to India has made the poor afraid of hunger rather than disease. In order to prevent the spread of the disease to the general public government announced lockdown for 21 days. The daily wage laborer is facing double problem in corona outbreak. In fact, due to the lockdown, there is a livelihood crisis in front of the workers and their families. The poor are forced to flee, saying that they may 'escape from Corona but die of hunger.' This is the reason why people are going on a journey of several hundred kilometers on foot. These are some painfull pictures of migration....

  • अब चीन के वुहान से शवदाह गृह से हजारों अस्थि कलश की डिलीवरी की खबरों ने लोगों के संदेह को यकीन में बदल दिया है।

    Uttar PradeshMar 29, 2020, 12:02 PM IST

    Coronavirus Spreading Rapidly In UP, Now 5 Family Members Test Positive In Meerut

    Infected man had visited three houses because of which 50 more people in the area have to undergo COVID-19 tests.

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    Feb 10, 2017, 2:09 PM IST

    From the history: Six times India proved that politics here is a family affair

    There is no denying the fact that the Indian democracy has become more like a monarchy today. Our parliament is full of relatives – more than ever before. Mothers and sons, fathers and sons, fathers and daughters, third-generation stars, wives, widows, in-laws, uncles and nephews. Sometimes it feels more like a badly run family business.

    We take a peek into history, where six times a close family member chanced upon a political seat, mainly because he was somebody's son or daughter.