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a connection between land masses or habitats which allows animals to pass between different faunal regions or fragmented habitats.
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Corridors of Power is aware that the KESSHA official objected to a proposal by colleagues from the executive to invite the leader to either open or close the conference at the coastal city.
All those treading the corridors of power should follow Rules of Business in the right earnest and this will help them in good governance and facing no problems whatsoever from the senior bureaucrats at all, please.
The Ministry is a political satire set in contemporary India's corridors of power and is set to launch globally in 2018 on Amazon Prime Video, read a statement.
The corridors of power must act together in harmony knowing the fact the actual power belongs to the people of the country and they should be served in the best possible manner without indulging into power politics.
As Sunday People Sport revealed last week, Warburton has admirers in the corridors of power at Leicester's King Power Stadium and The Foxes will be keen to take him if they decide to terminate Nigel Pearson's contract.
Scotching speculation that she may not contest again from the central UP seat perhaps due to health reasons, a fit Sonia on Wednesday asserted: " I will fight from Rae Bareli." Responding to a query whether her daughter Priyanka Gandhi will contest the Lok Sabha election, Gandhi shot back saying, " You ask this question to her." Soon after her surgery in the US two years ago, the corridors of power in the Capital went abuzz with speculation that the Congress president may not contest the polls again and that she may come to Parliament through Rajya Sabha.
Since they were so keen on getting into the corridors of power regardless of whether they''ve got what it takes or not, so that they could mess with our lives and taxes, why should we not demand some kind of financial penalties to be imposed on those responsible for any mess-ups?
An industry which was already in steady decline could have been totally revitalised if those in the corridors of power had managed to scent even a whiff of the opportunity that Westmead Hawk offered an entire sport.
STUDENTS from Middlesbrough's Macmillan Academy have taken a trip down the corridors of power at Westminster, attended a workshop on the role of the MP and visited the Old Bailey to see a trial taking place.
The powers that be should be aware that there are thousands of people, if not more, who think the exact same thing and are sick and tired of the unqualified and unemployable people who inhabit our corridors of power, who throw hard-earned public money at pointless and unworkable schemes knowing that they are cushioned from reality when it comes to their own lifestyles.
The more likely truth is that those same bureaucrats are running around the corridors of power trying to find someone to blame for this appalling mess.