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If no checks were imposed on negligent and rash driving, The findings, but if the network wishes to survive it needs to boost the numbers and usage. he said ministers routinely meet him at his chamber before and after cabinet meetings. ‘Aligarh’ and ‘Trapped’.His last release before ‘Newton’ was ‘Bareilly Ki Barfi’ which gave the audiences and critics a chance to realise Rajkummar’s range as an actor as they got to see him in a completely different avatar than his previous outings “My process of choosing scripts remains the same Of whatever I read and whatever excites me is what I will continue to take up” said Rajkummar who was born and raised in Gurugram and studied acting at the Film and Television Institute of India in Pune Some critics have gone to the extent of hailing him as the Naseeruddin Shah of current times Laughing out at the comparison the actor humbly said: “Naseer sir is one of the finest actors of our country We have only one Naseeruddin Shah and we are very proud of him” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Jay Mazoomdaar | New Delhi | Published: December 6 2015 4:37 am Figures extrapolated from the 2015 report show that while 2511 sq km of prime forests have disappeared altogether 1135 sq km of non-forest areas have become either very dense or mid-dense forests during that time Related News The Forest Survey of India’s biennial report released on Friday showcased how India has added 3775 sq km to its green cover since 2013 It also reported an increase of 2402 sq km in the very dense forest category that had remained static since 2007 Behind these happy figures the report recorded a loss of 2511 sq km of very dense and mid-dense forests that have been completely wiped out and become non-forest areas since 2013 While an area of at least 1 hectare (001 sq km) with a canopy density of 10% is considered forest prime forests are classified as very dense and mid-dense with canopy densities of at least 70% and 40% respectively Figures extrapolated from the 2015 report show that while 2511 sq km of prime forests have disappeared altogether 1135 sq km of non-forest areas have become either very dense or mid-dense forests during that time But this can hardly offset the loss because these new forests are mostly plantations or areas that were already forests but had not been recorded until now “Yes it is impossible for a non-forest area to become a dense forest in two years Some of these are plantations that have grown enough to be identified in satellite images And there were certain existing forest areas that were not clearly identifiable from the images earlier” said Dr Anmol Kumar director general Forest Survey of India Even accounting for the non-forest areas now recorded as dense and mid-dense forests the net loss of forests in these prime categories works out to be 1376 sq km — more than twice the area of Mumbai — in two years The states of J&K Uttarakhand Meghalaya Kerala Arunachal Pradesh Karnataka Uttar Pradesh Telangana and Manipur and the Andaman & Nicobar Islands took major hits On the other hand the overall gain of 2402 sq km of very dense forests since 2013 is largely due to positive results from the Andaman and Nicobar Islands Uttar Pradesh and Tamil Nadu The archipelago has gained a remarkable 1932 sq km of very dense forests putting 5686 sq km — or 84% — of its entire forest cover of 6751 sq km under the top category Uttar Pradesh added 572 sq km of very dense forest — a jump of 35% since 2013 Tamil Nadu reported a net gain of 100 sq km of very dense forest “We have planted a lot of mangroves since the tsunami Under the forest improvement scheme we also do regular plantations in the gap areas inside mid-density forests And timber extraction was reduced to one-eighth of the one lakh tonne quota in 2002 All these efforts are now showing results” said Omkar Singh principal chief conservator of forests A&N Islands Asked if the report’s emphasis on net gain is deceptive since it over-compensates the loss of prime forests with plantations Dr Kumar underlined the “overall stability” of the country’s forest cover “What is wrong with plantations Other than old root stocks coming up that is the only way forests can be created Private commercial monoculture plantations are there but the (forest) department plants only mixed native species The net gain however small indicates we have stability” he said Loss Of Prime Forests (2013-2015) Very dense forest to non-forest 257 Non-forest to very dense forest 157 Net loss of very dense forest 100 Mid-dense to non-forest 2254 Non-forest to mid-dense forest 978 Net loss of mid-dense forest 1276 Total loss of prime forest 1376 *In sq km For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Utkarsh Anand | New Delhi | Updated: August 8 2014 8:23 am Members of HSGMC at Gurdwara Chhevin Patshahi in Kaithal district of Haryana on Thursday (Source: Express photo by Sumit Malhotra) Related News Stepping in to defuse the situation the Supreme Court on Thursday restrained Haryana’s new Gurdwara Management Committee from taking over any more gurdwaras in the state and ordered a status quo A bench led by Chief Justice R M Lodha said the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbhandhak Committee (SGPC) which is currently managing most of the 52 gurdwaras in the state shall also be bound by the status quo order A total of 52 gurdwaras under the new law by Haryana have been categorised under three Schedules Schedule I has eight gurdwaras that are historic in nature Schedule II has 17 gurdwaras which have an annual income of more than Rs 20 lakh and Schedule III has 27 gurdwaras which have an annual income of less than Rs 20 lakh “We are satisfied that status quo with respect to subject gurdwaras mentioned in Schedules I II and III of the impugned Act shall be maintained by all concerned parties We therefore direct SGPC and Haryana Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (HSGMC) to maintain status quo as existing at 230 pm on August 7 2014 in all respect” said the bench also comprising Justices Madan B Lokur and Kurian Joseph The court asked Haryana’s Director General of Police and Superintendents of Police of all the districts to ensure maintenance of law and order across the state It observed that it was the “constitutional obligation” of the state to have law and order situation under control and added that nobody should try to forcibly take possession of the shrines only because they thought it the correct thing to do The bench also asked HSGMC and SGPC to open separate bank accounts to keep the offerings of the 52 gurdwaras till the time the court rules on the validity of the law enacted by the Haryana government last month While adjourning the matter for August 25 the court said: “Time is the healer Nobody will take law in their own hands All of you proceed with a cool head now We are sure you (counsel for parties) will argue (on the next date) more dispassionately” The court passed the order a day after clashes were reported in Haryana as supporters of the newly formed committee tried to forcibly take over the ‘Chhevin Patshahi’ one of Haryana’s prime gurdwaras The police had to use batons water cannons and tear gas shells to disperse the protesters All notified gurdwaras in India are currently under the SGPC Hours after the Supreme Court’s interim order both sides called truce SGPC’s former president Bibi Jagir Kaur who had been camping in Kurukshetra for the past three days told reporters “This is the victory of truth The Haryana government’s conspiracy has failed The gurdwaras which SGPC had been managing for all these years shall remain in our control till the Supreme Court rules it otherwise Efforts being made by HSGMC members and supporters to forcibly occupy our places of worship shall not stand any chance now” HSGMC president Jagdish Singh Jhinda said “We have full faith in the country’s judicial system and respect it We shall continue our struggle in the court of law now Our committee was constituted as per the legal provisions prescribed under the Constitution The separate SGPC Act for Haryana has full legal validity and sanctity and even the courts shall honour it This is our legal right and we shall definitely get it” Earlier during the court hearing while SGPC maintained that they have lost control over just one gurdwara in Kurukshetra the state government’s status report claimed that the new Sikh body was in possession of at least four shrines As per Haryana government’s counsel Raju Ramachandran the taking over was “peaceful” which the SGPC counsel countered saying the state government was not taking proper action Meanwhile Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi also adduced for court’s perusal an intelligence report citing the “tense” situation in the state over the row over gurdwara management Rohatgi assisted the petitioner’s counsel Harish Salve in building up arguments that Haryana’s new law was “ultra vires illegal and lacked legislative competence” since it was framed without the concurrence of the Centre The court said now that it has already passed the interim order it would examine arguments on the state government’s legislative competence on August 25 It is hearing a PIL by Harbhajan Singh an elected member of the SGPC who has sought to the Haryana law declared as ultra vires and illegal Inputs from ENS Chandigarh For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News “What’s wrong in prescribing good literature? download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Editorial | Updated: September 13. 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