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Obama calls India a natural partner, warns Pak against shielding terrorists 24.1.2015 FirstPost: India

In a stern message to Pakistan, US President Barack Obama has said the safe havens of terrorism within that country “not acceptable” and that those behind the Mumbai attack must face justice.

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Carbon tax to meet climate concerns 24.1.2015 Hindu: Home
India can display bold leadership by imposing a carbon tax on all fossil fuels in proportion to carbon dioxide emissions
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India to push private sector tie-ups, tech support for renewable energy drive during Barack ... 23.1.2015 CNN-IBN Top Stories
Efforts to combat climate change will also figure prominently in talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Barack Obama.
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US must understand India's growth imperatives: Prakash Javadekar 23.1.2015 New Kerala: India News
Read Full story of 'US must understand India's growth imperatives: Prakash Javadekar' at newkerala.com.
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US must understand India's growth imperatives: Javadekar 23.1.2015 All News-IANS Stories
Urging developed countries to walk the talk on climate change, union Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar Friday said he expects the US to understand India's "need for growth" that aligns with its bid for greater share in global carbon space.
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Obama calls India natural partner, warns Pak against shielding terrorists 23.1.2015 FirstPost: World

In a stern message to Pakistan, US President Barack Obama has said the safe havens of terrorism within that country “not acceptable” and that those behind the Mumbai attack must face justice.

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US must understand India's growth imperatives: Javadekar 23.1.2015 Zee News : Science and Technology
Urging developed countries to walk the talk on climate change, union Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar Friday said he expects the US to understand India's "need for growth" that aligns with its bid for greater share in global carbon space.
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Pre-Obama visit: Javadekar talks tough on climate change 23.1.2015 Top Stories
Says developed countries are not doing enough to curb emissions; India's right to grow cannot be compromised
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PETA urges PM Modi to discuss greenhouse gas emissions from meat production with Obama 23.1.2015 New Kerala: India News
Read Full story of 'PETA urges PM Modi to discuss greenhouse gas emissions from meat production with Obama' at newkerala.com.
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Hazy Skies the Backdrop for Obama's Climate Talks in India 23.1.2015 NDTV National
When President Barack Obama arrives in New Delhi on Sunday he will join the city's masses in breathing some of the world's filthiest ...
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‘Stars aligning’ for India-US to forge global partnership, says US President Barack Obama 23.1.2015 FirstPost: World

President Barack Obama said "the stars are aligned" to enable the United States and India to forge a global partnership ahead of his visit to New Delhi.

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The heat is on 23.1.2015 FrontLine: Environment
March 9, 2007 THERE can be no room any more for scepticism on global warming. “The warming of the climate system is unequivocal, as is now evident from increases in global average air and...
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PETA urges PM Narendra Modi, US President Barack Obama to discuss greenhouse gas emissions 23.1.2015 DNA: Urban Tales
Animal rights organisation, People for Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), has urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to discuss greenhouse gas emissions caused by meat processing with US President Barack Obama, during the latter's visit to New Delhi between January 25 and 27. President Obama was invited by Prime Minister Modi and will be the first US president to attend the Republic Day celebrations on January 26. Obama, who visited India in 2010, would also be the first US president to visit the country twice while in office. PETA activists braved the rain and Delhi winter as they stood painted in colours of national flags of the two countries and held placards urging people to go vegan in order to combat climate change on Thursday. Organiser, Puneet Sharma, said meat production and processing is responsible for the emission of a major chunk of greenhouse gases. Also Read: White House says Obama's decision to visit India, not Pakistan 'in interest of all three countries' "American President Obama will ...
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PETA holds try vegan campaign 23.1.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
PETA holds try vegan campaign
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India 'Most Important But Difficult Country' in Climate Change Talks, Says Policy Expert 23.1.2015 NDTV National
Climate change experts have pinned high hopes on US President Barack Obama's visit to India, hoping that the two countries may clinch a crucial deal to cut greenhouse gas ...
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PETA holds try vegan campaign 23.1.2015 Hindu: News
Those walking down the street near Jantar Mantar here on Thursday were shocked to be accosted by two people covered from head to toe in paint carrying placards. The persons who had covered themselv...
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Climate change brings world closer to `doomsday`: Scientists 23.1.2015 Zee News : Science and Technology
Climate change and the danger of nuclear war pose an ever-growing threat to civilization and are bringing the world closer to doomsday, a group of prominent scientists and Nobel laureates said Thursday.
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Climate change talks a priority: US officials 23.1.2015 News
US government officials on Thursday confirmed President Barack Obama's visit to India for this Republic Day was the first time he would be travelling to attend another country's national day.Also exceptional would be the US president's exposure ...
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U.N. asks countries for climate plans after record warm 2014 22.1.2015 FirstPost: World

OSLO (Reuters) - The United Nations asked governments on Thursday to submit plans to cut greenhouse gas emissions as the building blocks of a deal due in Paris in December to limit global warming, after scientists said 2014 was the hottest year on record. Governments have agreed an informal deadline of March 31 to submit plans as the basis of the U.N

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Ban fracking, says former Tory environment secretary Caroline Spelman 22.1.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page

Conservative MP calls for fracking moratorium as Labour says fracking should not be allowed unless regulatory loopholes are closed

The former Tory environment secretary, Caroline Spelman, has called for a ban on fracking in the UK ahead of a report by an influential committee of MPs that is expected to conclude fracking could derail efforts to tackle climate change.

The intervention by Spelman, a member of the Environmental Audit Committee, comes as the government’s drive for fracking came under heavy political attack on Thursday.

Related: A county divided: is Lancashire ready for its fracking revolution?

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