The Paris climate change agreement is a victory for climate justice, India has said stressing that the multilateral deal preserves the development imperatives of developing countries and frames climate ambition in a "lens of equity".
The cartoons are not just racist, they are ill-informed by a stereotype of India and its citizens; unfortunately we are no longer amused.
United Nations Terming the Paris climate change deal as "a health insurance policy for the planet", UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has said it is for the first time that every nation in the world has pledged to curb emissions address climate change.
Pope Francis on Monday received Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena at the Vatican where they discussed the peace process in the island nation, the Holy See said.
The climate deal adopted in suburban Paris was the culmination of four years of negotiations on how to get nearly all countries to jointly reduce the greenhouse gas emissions that scientists say are warming the planet.
The long telephonic conversations between Obama, Hollande and Modi before the Paris COP21 agreement was drafted was recognition of the critical role played by India at the international forum.
As many as 195 countries reached a deal on Saturday to save the earth from catastrophic climate change that threatens to bring about a mass extinction of species, including human beings. But keeping in mind India's ambitious targets for economic growth, the country is walking a tight rope
After the Paris climate change summit, Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on Monday overturned a decision by his predecessor to ban government investment in wind power
It was an agreement born from a fear of failure, delivered by the smoothness of French diplomacy. Six years earlier, countries had bitterly walked away from global climate talks in Copenhagen without a deal. The decision to reassemble in Paris to try again at getting almost 200 countries to sign a pact on cutting carbon emissions was a gamble: another collapse could the end world’s ability to forge a common approach to dealing with climate change.
To rousing cheers and tears of relief, envoys from 195 nations approved an accord to stop global warming, offering hope that humanity can avert catastrophic climate change and usher in an energy revolution.
India's Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar hailed the adoption of a landmark climate change deal as a "historic day" which promises a "better future" and creates a "chapter of hope" in the lives of seven billion people.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday described the landmark climate change deal reached in Paris on Saturday as the victory of "climate justice"
UN climate talks reached a milestone on Saturday when more than 190 countries adopted the first accord asking all countries to join the fight against global warming. Here are some of the key elements of the deal
French hosts of UN talks in Paris submitted a proposed 195-nation accord to defeat global warming on Saturday.
In a bid to clinch a deal at the ongoing Paris climate conference, President Barack Obama is busy calling up various world leaders, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
US President Barack Obama on Tuesday exchanged views with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi about the Paris climate conference, the White House said on Tuesday.
France express solidarity with Chennai floods victims, calls for 'urgent action' against climate change
France on Thursday expressed solidarity with people affected by the worst ever floods in Chennai and its suburbs and said the "unprecedented" magnitude of the flooding confirms that time is running out and "concrete and urgent" action needs to be taken against climate disruption.
US President Barack Obama who has held meetings with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on several occasions, has found in him a politician who is honest and has a clear vision for India, the White House has said.
India is ready to reduce its reliance on coal further if the developed countries agree to help it shift to cleaner energy sources with adequate finances and technology, a top negotiator has said.
One of the smartest ways to fight global warming is putting a price on carbon dioxide pollution, some key world leaders said at Monday's international climate summit.