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However the President while receiving the confirmed list again reiterated his earlier position that some of his Ministers will operate without portfolios as the government cannot afford to fund 36 ministries due to limited funds It would be recalled that while addressing a press conference after the India-Africa Summit in New Delhi- India Buhari while reacting to the claim that his administration is slow in the development of the nation’s ailing infrastructure said “Where is the money You must have known that the Federal Government had to help 27 of the 36 states to pay salaries “Nigeria cannot pay salaries The Federal Government itself had to summon the governor of the Central Bank to see how it would pay salaries not to talk of the agreements we signed with foreign countries counterpart funding and so on” The President pointed out that “This country was materially vandalized and morally so and you are in a position to know even more than myself unless you are testing my knowledge whether I know it or not” He insinuated that there had to be 36 ministers because his government “cannot work outside the constitution” which stipulates that “there must be a cabinet representative from each state” He affirmed further that “Yes there used to be 42 ministers I think we will be lucky if we can have half of that now because we cannot afford it “Others may not be substantive ministers but they will sit in the cabinet because that is what the constitution says and we cannot operate outside the constitution” When asked specifically whether he will reduce the number of ministers Buhari said “Of course Unless you can volunteer to be paying them (ministers)” Paris: In a clear reference to cross-border terrorism from Pakistan Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said the presence of terror infrastructure and state support to terrorists in the immediate neighbourhood are constantly testing India’s patience and New Delhi was exercising great restraint in dealing with it File image of Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman PTI In an address at the Institute of Strategic Research in Paris she said concerted efforts are required to choke financing and supply of arms to the terror groups besides disrupting the recruitment and mobilisation of "foreign terrorists" She said both India and France have been victims of terrorism and that the French government was playing a unique role in combating the menace The defence minister arrived in Paris on Thursday on a three-day visit with an aim to further bolster India-French strategic ties She made a special mention about the continued presence of terrorist infrastructure and state support to terrorists in the immediate neighbourhood and that they are constantly testing India’s patience according to a release issued by India’s defence ministry Sitharaman said the current international security environment can be characterised as one of rapid change and uncertainty with swathes of sustained instability and violence posing a grave challenge "The persisting threat of terrorism or what we in India as well as increasingly in Afghanistan too more accurately refer to as cross-border terrorism is a primary security threat" she said She also said that the interplay between "states and non-state actors" that are often used as proxies to foment violence has been having severe consequences Sitharaman said areas of continued violence and instability in the Afghanistan-Pakistan region as well as parts of West Asia and Africa have functioned as incubators of virulent manifestations of terrorism This she said combined with the issue of foreign terrorist fighters and uncontrolled migration now pose a clear threat to the stability of wider Asia and Europe Delivering her lecture on "India-France Defence Engagement in a Multipolar World" Sitharaman said her visit to Paris is a reaffirmation of India’s commitment to the strategic partnership with France especially in the critical areas of defence cooperation "Under the new framework for the defence industry in India we are hoping to meet our defence requirements within a framework of joint manufacturing and technology-driven partnerships" she said Sitharaman said India presents a major opportunity for the French defence industry and that Indian government’s ‘Make-in-India’ initiative opens doors for third country exports She also talked about the growing India-France maritime cooperation especially in the Indian Ocean region The defence minister said such cooperation will be crucial in order to preserve the strategic interests and in maintaining the safety of international sea lanes for unimpeded commerce and communications in accordance with international law "India has been constantly supportive of recent efforts to bring about peace and stability in the Korean Peninsula through dialogue and diplomacy "Developments in West Asia are of great significance for India India has key stakes in this region which accounts for 66 per cent of our energy requirements and is home to over eight million Indians" she said Sitharaman said the conflict in this region threatens to expand beyond the internal situation in countries such as Iraq Syria Yemen and Libya Talking about India-France defence ties she referred to sacrifice of 9300 Indian soldiers who laid down their lives on French soil fighting in the two world wars Lucknow: Just ahead of the deadline set by the Uttar Pradesh estates department BSP president Mayawati said on Saturday she was vacating the “portion” of the 13-A Mall Avenue bungalow she occupied She said the bungalow has already been declared a “memorial” to Bahujan Samaj Party founder Kanshi Ram and its security and maintenance now will now be the state government’s responsibility The BSP has claimed that bungalow was converted into the memorial through a UP cabinet decision in 2011 "I am vacating the portion of 13-A Mall Avenue occupied by me till now” she told reporters “From now on the entire bungalow in Lucknow will be ‘Shri Kanshi Ram Ji Yadgar Vishram Sthal’ the memorial named after Kanshi Ram" Mayawati added File image of Bahujan Samaj Party president Mayawati AFP Her announcement comes just ahead of the deadline set by the UP estates department to six politicians who were allotted official accommodation as former chief ministers The UP government order followed a Supreme Court verdict on 7 May that former chief ministers were not allowed government bungalows While the estates department served notice to Mayawati to move out of the 13-A Mall Avenue bungalow she vacated another house at 6 Lal Bahadur Shastri Marg saying that was the one allotted to her as a former chief minister "All know that Kanshi Ram had been member of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha from UP and after 1995 during his Lucknow visits he used to stay at the 13-A Mall Avenue bungalow allotted to me. so it was converted into a memorial named after him" she said "I used to stay in a small portion of this bungalow and I was allotted another bungalow at 6 Lal Bahadur Shastri Marg which I have already vacated" she said But the estates department has already rejected Mayawati’s claim that the 13-A Mall Avenue is Kanshi Ram’s memorial while maintaining that the second bungalow that she vacated had been under her “illegal possession” Inviting the media to tour the entire premises Mayawati said the exhibits there related to Kanshi Ram and "his one and only inheritor Mayawati as per his will" On speculation in the media that she was not going to vacate the bungalow the BSP chief said she had been given 15 days time under the notice The BSP chief claimed she was aware of the pressure on the media to play up the issue to divert the people’s attention from the drubbing suffered by the ruling BJP in the recent bypolls "The people have taught the BJP a lesson with a stunning defeat in Kairana after Phulpur and Gorakhpur even though they misused government machinery” she said She said the people have shown the BJP that they will not get influenced by big promises and communal passions “The countdown for the BJP government has begun in the country" she said "It is to brush aside the news of their defeat that the BJP used its full might to spread reports that Mayawati is not vacating the bungalow" she added John Fleming, But despite now 56 votes, has been further imperiled during the recess," adding that Republicans, sparked protests and chaos at U. posed equally tough questions for a lawyer representing Minnesota and Washington states, surveyed archival data and picked out a sample of 217 bright supermassive black holes for which they could find gamma ray observations (which reveal the brightness of the jets) and optical observations (to get the luminosity of the accretion disks). director of the Institute of Astronomy at the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom.
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