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PM Departs for CoP-21 Climate Change Summit at Paris, India Faces Biggest Challenge

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will attend the Climate Change Confererence (COP)-21 in Paris tomorrow, November 30, 2015 to face one of the major challenges to his government’s diplomatic efforts in the global arena. Mr Modi will address the meeting of International Solar Alliance with Prime Minister of France, Mr. François Hollande and attend ‘Mission Innovation’ being hosted by US ...

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India Keen on Balanced Climate Change Pact: Prakash Javadekar

Prior to the 2015 United Nations Climate Change meeting, India has started to collaborate with several countries as it profoundly looks forward to guarantee a fair and equalized contract at the summit, scheduled to be held in December. Union Environment Minister, Prakash Javadekar declared this at the Lok Sabha yesterday. He informed that the government was already in the course ...

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French Open 2015: Stan wins a first, Djokovic halted again

Roger Federer with his 17 major titles is rightly regarded as the “greatest tennis player” ever. At the age of 19 when he defeated Pete Sampras, another legend, the tennis world was promised of a “rising star”. And he turned out to be a legend himself. For all these years, Federer ruled the world as the “Swiss legend,” overshadowing his ...

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India Seeks ‘Differentiated Responsibility’ at Washington DC Climate Change Meet

With the Paris Meet 8 months away to decide the global approach to climate change and resolution to who should foot the carbon tax bill, a 2-day World Bank and International Monetary Fund (IMF) meeting on climate change is being held in Washington with 17 ministers, including India. Indian environment minister Prakash Javadekar ahead of the meeting said, “Developed world ...

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EU Seeks India Contribution to Green Climate Fund Post-2020

Now that India is no more a poor nation but an emerging economy, it can surely reach wealthy nations club by 2020 and contribute to the Green climate Fund from that year, said the European Union on Sunday. India, however, refuted the contention that post-2020, all parties should be treated on par. As a part of Like Minded Group of ...

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