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By Deepak Arora

UNITED NATIONS: Global temperatures set yet another record last year and the world witnessed exceptionally low sea ice, and unabated sea level rise and ocean heat, the United Nations World Meteorological Organization (WMO) said today, warning that the extreme weather and climate conditions have continued into 2017. According to the agency’s Statement on the State of the Global Climate in 2016, while global temperatures hit a remarkable 1.1 degree-Celsius above the pre-industrial period, global sea-level touch record highs and the planet’s sea-ice coverage dropped more than four million square kilometres below average in November – an unprecedented anomaly for that month.....more More

Antonio GuterresStand up against intolerance and eliminate discrimination: UN chief Guterres

UNITED NATIIONS: Against the backdrop of rising discrimination and violence against those perceived as different, United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres today urged the world to stand up against intolerance and build communities that recognize diversity not as a source of weakness, but a source of strength and richness.....more More

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Rajnath SinghPakistan should commit to end terror for talks: India

NEW DELHI: The Indian Government on Wednesday clearly put the onus on Pakistan for resumption of dialogue, asserting that it should commit to end the state-sponsored terrorism. Union home minister Rajnath Singh also said in the Rajya Sabha that the government was ready to talk to all stakeholders in Jammu and Kashmir to normalise the situation there. "Pakistan should at least make a beginning and say it is willing to talk and end the terrorist activities and seek the support of any country in the world (in ending terrorism). Pakistan should take an initiative," he said.....more More

Ambassador Navtej SarnaIndian Ambassador Navtej Sarna conveys 'deep concerns'; US assures speedy justice in incidents against Indians

By Deepak Arora

WASHINGTON: New Delhi has conveyed its "deep concerns" to US Government on recent tragic incidents involving Indian-origin persons, including Hardish Patel and Deep Rai. India's Ambassador to the US Navtej Sarna underlined the need to prevent such incidents and protect Indian community. The State Department, on behalf of the US Government, expressed condolences and assured they are working with all agencies concerned to ensure speedy justice.....more More

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Lisa CurtisPakistan Could Easily Become a Nuclear Hazard

By Lisa Curtis

WASHINGTON D.C.: Michael Krepon, co-founder of the U.S.-based Stimson Center, whose views are widely respected both in South Asia and in Washington, has written a thought-provoking piece on the future of U.S. policy toward Pakistan. In the article, Krepon argues in favor of a status quo U.S. policy toward Pakistan that relies solely on inducements and engagement, rather than exerting pressure on Pakistan.....more More

China beefs up military to protect trade

By Malia Zimmerman

WASHINGTON D.C.: With a laser-like focus on protecting its lifeblood – trade – China is dramatically altering its military operations, creating specialized teams that can protect its maritime resources, routes and territorial expansion plans. China will boost its marine corps five-fold, from 20,000 to 100,000 soldiers, basing them in part at ports in Djibouti in the Horn of Africa and Gwadar in southwest Pakistan, while reducing the land-locked People’s Liberation Army by 300,000 soldiers, the South China Morning Post reports.....more More

Ambassador Riva Ganguly Das inagurates Indian pavilion at Interphex 2017 in New York

NEW YORK: Indian Consul General Ambassador Riva Ganguly Das inaugurated the India Pavilion at the three-day INTERPHEX 2017 at Jacobs Javits Center here on Tuesday. Welcoming the large participation of Indian companies, Ambassador Riva Ganguly Das said there was huge potential of expanding India-US bilateral trade, including in the pharmaceutical machinery sector. As many as 52 Indian companies are participating in the world's leading exhibition dedicated to pharmaceutical, biotechnology innovation, technology and knowledge.....more More

Overseas Congress celebrates Punjab victory

NEW YORK: The Indian National Overseas Congress celebrated the victory of the Indian National Congress(I) in the Punjab Elections in New York at World Fair Marina restaurant on 03/12/2017. The event was attended by all the executive committee members from New York, New Jersey and Connecticut area along with other members of Overseas Congress. The meetings was also attended by some prominent community leaders including Jesse Singh who is the Chairman of Sikh Americans for Trump and worked closely with the Trump campaign in November 2016.....more More

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TrumpTrump Administration To Push For India's NSG bid

WASHINGTON: The US has said it is working with India and NSG members to push for New Delhi's membership in the elite grouping, indicating that there is no change in America's policy on the issue under the Trump administration. "The United States supports India's full membership in the four multilateral export control regimes, and we believe that India is ready for NSG membership," said a State Department spokesperson.....more More

China and US should handle 'sensitive issues' in their ties properly: Xi

BEIJING: China and the US should handle "sensitive issues" in their bilateral ties properly, Chinese President Xi Jinping on Sunday told visiting Secretary of State Rex Tillerson as he called cooperation the "only correct choice" for providing a "new start" to their relations. Xi's assertion came amidst a number of contentious issues in Sino-US relations, including the South China Sea, the status of Taiwan, trade as well as the North Korean missile and nuclear threats....more More

Sushma SwarajSushma Swaraj makes impactful comeback to Lok Sabha

NEW DELHI: Making an impactful comeback on her first day in Parliament since undergoing kidney transplant in December, external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj on Wednesday dismissed Congressman Mallikarjun Kharge's charge that the Centre was silent on hate attacks against Indians in the US and said the issue had been taken up with the US government at "very high levels". "That we've been silent on the attacks is far from reality. That is not how this government works. In fact, even if one Indian living abroad is aggrieved, we try and solve his problem within 24 hours....more More

Gopal BaglayNo rethink on Gilgit-Baltistan: India

NEW DELHI: Taking strong exception to Pakistan’s plans to turn Gilgit-Baltistan region into a province, India on Thursday asserted that the entire State of Jammu and Kashmir, including Gilgit-Baltistan constitutes its sovereign territory. “The position of the government regarding Jammu and Kashmir is well known. The entire State of Jammu and Kashmir acceded to India in 1947. It has been, is and will always be an integral part of India. A part of Jammu and Kashmir has been under illegal occupation of Pakistan. Any unilateral step by Pakistan to alter the status of that part will have no basis in law and will be completely unacceptable,” said Baglay, spokesperson of the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA)....more More

Limca’s oldest MA student is 97 and studying economics to understand why India’s poor

PATNA: A 97-year-old, who enrolled for a masters in economics here in 2015, has been recognised by the Limca Book of Records as the oldest man to do so. The Limca Book of Records has included the name of Raj Kumar Vaishya for enrolling in an MA in economics in 2015 at Nalanda Open University (NOU). Vaishya said he enrolled nearly one -and-half-years ago for the programme for two reasons: “To fulfil my long nurtured desire to get a master’s degree and to study economics to be able to understand why India has failed to solve problems like poverty.”...more More

ModiIndia's National Health Policy is futuristic: Modi

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has described National Health Policy as a "futuristic" document which places the interests of the citizens foremost. "National Health Policy marks a historic moment in our endeavour to create a healthy India where everyone has access to quality healthcare," he tweeted. The policy, which was cleared by the Cabinet yesterday, was unveiled today in Parliament by Health Minister J P Nadda....more More

 

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