close relative

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SUKKUR -- A woman, her father and their close relative who were taken into custody on Thursday following the mysterious death of her husband, Zakir Ali Lashari, were booked and formally arrested on Friday when the post-mortem report of the deceased man confirmed torture leading to his death.
PESHAWAR -- Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Inspector General Police Salahuddin Mehsud Wednesday revealed the main suspect involved in the murder of four-year-old Asma is a close relative of the victim family.
In pictures, PM Nawaz Sharif, his wife Kalsoom Nawaz Sharif, mother, daughter Maryam Nawaz and Finance Minister Ishaq Dar, who is also the PM's close relative, can be seen at the Masjid-e-Haram.
ARE you looking after a child who isn't a close relative for more than 28 days?
This is not the first time the village's former council finds itself in deep water, as the Auditor General is also looking into the case of awarding a waste collection contract to a close relative of one of the council members without first inviting a tender.
The needle of suspicion turned to a close relative and friend of the owner as he had accompanied the latter a day before the theft took place.
To be there as a close relative for the sick person can be seen as an ethical demand, as described by L0gstrup (1994); that is, that there is an ethical demand that the other person's life is taken care of in the way that is best for them.
Officers at Durham County Council want to hear from anyone who knows of a child who is not living with a parent or close relative.
Private fostering is when a child under 16 is cared for by someone not a parent or close relative.
If you are looking after a child, up to the age of 16 (or 18 if they are disabled), full time, who isn't your own, for more than 28 days and you are not a close relative, guardian or someone with parental responsibilities, then the answer could be yes.
The Study: Danish researchers evaluated all 1,492,709 single births in Denmark from 1978 to 2003 for mothers who had experienced the death of a close relative either during pregnancy or in the year before they became pregnant.