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anarchy

1. Political theory general lawlessness and disorder, esp when thought to result from an absence or failure of government
2. the absence or lack of government
3. the theory or practice of political anarchism
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Dumka (Jharkhand) [India], Feb 22 ( ANI ): The Jharkhand Government has banned the Popular Front of India (PFI) for spreading anarchy in the state.
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