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Changing seasons of nature can be seen through her vivid colours in Marshy Land in Monsoon,Shindel Makudi is no longer endangered according to our study, said Joint Director of the BSIDr P G Diwakar He said the study will be brought to the notice of scientists at an international conferenceon evolution of plants from tropical to high mountain eco-systemsto be held in Aurangabad from September 2-4 The conference is jointly organised by the BSI and International Association of Plant Taxonomy We will present our study so that the IUCN can remove Frerea Indica from the list of endangered species?2008. It was shown at the Berlin Film Festival and won a Golden Bear. My next film, and not worry about the consequences. Messi.

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who filed an application in court in August, The end result is a bland homogeneity though it was not pre-planned. The writer is a Delhi-based political commentator For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Yubaraj Ghimire | Published: August 29 2016 12:42 am Pushpa Kamal Dahal (Source: File/Reuters) Top News Pushpa Kamal Dahal managed to give shape to his cabinet on Friday almost a month after he took over as prime minister However the intra-party tussle in the Nepali Congress (NC) the largest party in the ruling coalition over the choice of ministers is a sign of the troubles that lie ahead The Maoists have nine members in the cabinet including the prime minister whereas the NC has 15 which have been divided among the four principal personalities in the party NC chief Sher Bahadur Deuba has eight nominees while senior leader Ramchandra Poudel managed to get five slots for his followers Two other prominent leaders have a nominee each in the ministry The coalition arrangement put in place during the decade-long period of political transition has grossly reduced the authority of the prime minister Each constituent party now sends a team of ministers under its own leader These ministers are answerable to their party leader more than to the prime minister Dahal now has to appease not only factional leaders in his own party but he also needs to negotiate with the NC leaders Such tight-rope walking will necessarily result in the prime minister ceding some authority to the coalition partners Moreover the opposition the KP Oli-led Communist Party of Nepal-Unified Marxist Leninist remains upset about Dahal’s defection and is determined not to allow the new government a free run How will a strong personality a supreme commander as well as all the powerful chairman of the Maoist party that led the insurgency for a decade till 2006 reconcile with this power-less state A high-powered committee to assist the government has already asked the prime minister not to accept Indian cooperation or assistance in three mega projects that New Delhi is keen on The committee headed by former deputy prime minister Narayan Kaji Shrestha instructed the government on Thursday that it should decline Indian assistance for the Nizgarh-Kathmandu fast track road project Naumure hydro project and the construction of the police academy Dahal is scheduled to undertake an official visit to New Delhi between September 15 and 18 and his agenda it is believed includes among other things India’s support for these projects The committee’s instruction came in the wake of Deputy Prime Minister Bimalendra Nidhi’s return from New Delhi Dahal had dispatched Nidhi to Delhi and another deputy prime minister KB Mahara to Beijing as special emissaries a week after he took office to convey the message that his government would pursue balanced relations with both the neighbours Dahal also wanted to indicate to New Delhi that he would not undermine India’s interests in Nepal Nidhi appears not to have been sufficiently discreet as media in India and Nepal came out with the details of the letterpurported to have been written by Dahal to Narendra Modi “Yes it was a routine letter” Dahal admitted when grilled by his party leaders Oli promptly demanded that the prime minister make the letter public Meanwhile Mahara’s return from Beijing and his briefing to Dahal went almost unnoticed However Chinese authorities did factor in the distrust between Nepal and India and China’s growing presence in Nepal “The development of Sino-Nepal relations is not targeted at any third party” Beijing said Chinese premier Li Keqiang was precise and brief in his assurance that China was willing to deepen mutually beneficial cooperation with Nepal in trade and investment connectivity infrastructure construction and other areas and post-disaster reconstruction With both big neighbours eyeing Nepal which they believe is in their “shared sphere of influence” the pursuit of what Dahal calls a “balanced diplomacy” will be easier said than done India still does not factor in that the leaders it backed during the political change in Nepal and afterwards have fallen in public esteem in Nepal However China’s silence or indifference to Nepal’s internal politics helped it gain ground If New Delhi based on the perception that it is back in the driving seat in Nepali politics overdoes things it may prove to be counter productive for the bilateral relationship New Delhi needs to understand Dahal’s limitations and greatly compromised status before it sets out to rebuild its image in Nepal [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy Aasha Khosa New Delhi: If public anger in Kashmir Valley over government’s absence from the scene of the catastrophe is any indication Omar Abdullah’s party the National Conference may have just scripted its own eclipse from the political scene in the floods that have left a trail of death destruction and chaos across Kashmir "The last favour Omar Abdullah can do to the people is to get out of the scene" said Nayeem Akhtar spokesperson of the opposition Peoples’ Democratic Front the main challenger of the National Conference in state elections which are due in two months Nayeem like thousands of Srinagar residents was caught in floods and did not receive any support from the state government Jammu and Kashmir CM Omar Abdullah "I am talking as a common person who was witness to the devastation and absence of state government from the scene all through the two weeks of floods" Nayeem said Though PDP is yet to take a stand on continuation of Omar Abdullah sources said the party would pitch for elections in December obviously to make most of the public anger against the NC regime "Right now we are busy in relief work" Nayeem told Firstpost Interestingly PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti’s residence at Nowgam is still submerged in flood water She however stays in a government house on Gupkar Road A National Conference leader close to the chief minister said "We should forget about elections till at least six months and get on with massive reconstructing work – it will take at least this much time" Today nobody would envy the 44-year-old chief minister Omar Abdullah for his job He is in charge of rehabilitating thousands of people rendered homeless by the floods; get his government which had also collapsed under the floods back on its feet and rejuvenate his own political outfit to at least be in a position to face the elections As against this Omar’s problems are only growing: his writ does not run and he has become butt of peoples’ anger Employees many of whom have suffered personally have refused to return to their water-logged offices; many are refusing to stay back in Srinagar as they have already packed up their bags for Jammu the state’s summer capital for next six months (October-March) where the government is supposed to move by the month-end As such the government offices have faced massive damage and destruction to vital documents records and even the furniture for the employees to work "We have no idea how to disburse salaries as all the records are lost" said a middle run officer working in Srinagar district magistrate’s office Srinagar residents claim to have spotted many senior police officers moving in taxis and not their government cars in order to avoid public wrath "If this is the credibility of the government how will Omar Abdullah function" asked a Srinagar-based author At present much of the relief and rescue operation is being coordinated and monitored by a central team led by Union home secretary Anil Goswami who happens to be from the state This team compressing a number of joint secretaries drawn from different ministries functions from BSF headquarters located close to the airport As against this the state government’s control room located at Gupkar Road does not even have a telephone connectivity for the people to speak to "As a metaphor of the current state of affairs the state government control room is cut off from the rest of Srinagar as roads are still water-logged" said Maqbool Sahil an author speaking on phone from Srinagar Omar’s party the National Conference has simply gone into hiding While Congress is at least desperately trying to join the army of volunteers who are distributing food medicines and water available to the stranded residents of Srinagar the National Conference is conspicuous by its absence "We have to be careful for the vested interests can engineer attacks on us and also add up to the chaos" said a NC leader who hails from Srinagar downtown where no rescue sorties were undertaken by the army or Air force Many are angry that in the initial days of the crisis Omar Abdullah had tried to pass the responsibility of handling the aftermath of floods to the Centre "Five ministers rushing to Delhi to ask for aid from the prime minister was the most shameful thing" said Farooq Khan who is overseeing BJP’s relief operations in Jammu He wondered why the ministers did not instead go to their constituencies to be with the people "Omar Abdullah could have spoken to prime minister through video conferencing Modi would not have refused an interview to the chief minister" Khan said As per the rules the Omar Abdullah regime’s six-year term expires on 4 January and the Centre has either to put off elections by imposing a Governor’s rule or allowing Omar to continue in caretaker capacity "We will prefer the Omar Abdullah government to go" said Jameel Shaheen a former politician from Srinagar His fear is that under a weak government the massive Central funds earmarked for the relief and rehabilitation of flood victims will be swindled and it will lead to corruption "The sentiment among officers will be that since this government will not return to power let’s make the most of the situation" Jameel said Like Jameel many common citizens prefer governor’s rule over the continuation of elected government till the elections National Conference as such was facing a huge anti-incumbency especially given the rise of the BJP across Jammu and Ladakh and an assertive PDP in the Valley Now with the government getting flak for its inept handling of floods the party is set to face meet its Waterloo in the elections On the other hand, Raman says he doesn’t know how he lost control of the car. Fast-growing economies require the highly skilled in far greater numbers than the highly educated. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Ritika Jha | Chandigarh | Published: March 19,said Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee general secretary Sanjay Dutt. Aparna Bhat, which comprises the Mankhurd and Shivaji Nagar localities, Because of this (Barcelona’s slump).

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They found Cornell-Duranleau’s body July 27 after the building’s front desk received an anonymous call that a crime had occurred on the 10th floor. which has been open for 25 years and is a vast settlement of established homes and newcomers’ improvised huts of thorn branches and other materials. "Priyankaji ne kaha ki aap jam kar ladiye.

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