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Some earlier relevant feedback:
“Muthu's pictures are of Eupatorium glandulosum, i suppose. This is a higher altitude plant, frequently confused with Chromolaena odorata which is a very common obnoxious weed in the plains and lower altitudes.
“The plant I posted is not found on lower altitudes unlike Chromolaena odorata. Flowers and heads resemble Chromolaena odorata; but the plant is different.
More possibilities for this to be Eupatorium glandulosum Michx. of Asteraceae, as suggested by Viayasankarji.”