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India 'Committed To Paris Climate Agreement', Despite Donald Trump-led US Exit

The move was denounced by leaders around the world including Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and France's president Emmanuel Macron . And they won't be. A long-scheduled meeting yesterday between Chinese Premier Li Keqiang (李克強) and top EU officials in Brussels was dominated by Trump's decision. "We are convinced that the implementation of the Paris Agreement offers substantial economic opportunities for prosperity and growth in our countries and on a global scale", the three leaders ...


Trump planning to pull USA out of Paris climate deal

Trump planning to pull USA out of Paris climate deal

He said the deal, agreed upon by more than 190 countries, gives advantages to countries like India and China. Fox News also cited an unidentified source confirming the pullout. In a worst-case scenario, one group of scientists found that if the US doesn't curb its emissions, even if other countries met their Paris Agreement targets, America would contribute up to 0.3 C of warming to the planet by 2100; however, scientists were divided on how reasonable this outcome could be.


ICJ can't nullify Jadhav's death sentence: Sartaj Aziz

ICJ can't nullify Jadhav's death sentence: Sartaj Aziz

Asked if the government has information on Jadhav's location in Pakistan, External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Gopal Baglay said, "As of today, the Pakistan government has not provided any information about Jadhav's condition or where he has been kept there".


New survey predicts huge Tory losses and hung Parliament

New survey predicts huge Tory losses and hung Parliament

Theresa May has played down polling that puts her on course to lose the General Election . Given the surprise outcomes of the 2015 election and last year's European Union referendum "with recent polls showing a dramatic fall in the Conservatives' lead, it's no wonder that people are getting twitchy".


Theresa May goes from bulletproof to beatable in two weeks

Theresa May goes from bulletproof to beatable in two weeks

British Prime Minister Theresa May's gamble on a snap election was under question on Thursday after a YouGov opinion poll showed her Conservative party's lead had fallen to a fresh low of three percentage points just a week before voting begins.