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How Narendra Modi stood tall at Glasgow to show the world a way out of climate mess
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How Narendra Modi stood tall at Glasgow to show the world a way out of climate mess

India’s leadership in dealing with climate change will spur other countries to raise their own contributions in meeting this global challenge

Top US leaders to attend two-day summit on global economy in post-COVID era
India

Top US leaders to attend two-day summit on global economy in post-COVID era

The India Ideas Summit will be held on October 6 and 7 and focus on the theme 'Recovery to Resurgence'

US wants to help India cut back further on greenhouse gas emission, up use of renewable energy
India

US wants to help India cut back further on greenhouse gas emission, up use of renewable energy

John Kerry has asked the Indian government to raise its 'climate ambitions' further and that US wants to work closely with India and do whatever it can to help

Joe Biden dials Xi Jinping as US-China ties nosedive over trade, coronavirus, cybersecurity
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Joe Biden dials Xi Jinping as US-China ties nosedive over trade, coronavirus, cybersecurity

Biden initiated the call with Xi, the second between the two leaders since Biden took office

Worsening US-China ties could impact cooperation over climate change, warns Beijing
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Worsening US-China ties could impact cooperation over climate change, warns Beijing

Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi has said such cooperation cannot be separated from the broader relationship shared with the US

US defended Amazon after news report claimed company bypassed Indian law, favoured certain sellers
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US defended Amazon after news report claimed company bypassed Indian law, favoured certain sellers

Emails obtained through the US Freedom of Information Act showed that American officials prepared a note for John Kerry, a top envoy of President Joe Biden, ahead of his meeting with India's Commerce Minister Piyush Goyal

Decisive action from India will determine transformation for generations to come, says John Kerry
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Decisive action from India will determine transformation for generations to come, says John Kerry

The US Special Presidential Envoy for Climate said advancing gender equality is not only critical for economic growth but also in tacking climate crisis

US Special Presidential Envoy for climate John Kerry to travel to India, Bangladesh and UAE
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US Special Presidential Envoy for climate John Kerry to travel to India, Bangladesh and UAE

Kerry will travel from 1 to 9 April for consultations on increasing climate ambition ahead of Joe Biden's Leaders' Summit on Climate, for which PM Narendra Modi has been invited

Joe Biden names John Kerry, one of the key architects of Paris accord, as next US climate envoy
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Joe Biden names John Kerry, one of the key architects of Paris accord, as next US climate envoy

Kerry's appointment was one of Biden's first steps in making good on campaign pledges to confront climate damage from fossil fuel emissions more broadly and forcefully

Democrats make it official, nominate Joe Biden as their 2020 presidential nominee to take on Donald Trump
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Democrats make it official, nominate Joe Biden as their 2020 presidential nominee to take on Donald Trump

The moment marked a political high point for Biden, who had sought the presidency twice before and is now cemented as the Democrats’ candidate to defeat Trump this fall

Caucus voting: Iowa Democratic Party releases partial results after delay; ex-midwestern Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders take lead
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Caucus voting: Iowa Democratic Party releases partial results after delay; ex-midwestern Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders take lead

The results followed 24 hours of chaos as technical problems marred the complicated caucus process, forcing state officials to apologize and raising questions about Iowa's traditional place atop the presidential primary calendar.

Caucus voting underway across Iowa with Democratic field likely to clarify; polls suggest Bernie Sanders may have narrow lead
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Caucus voting underway across Iowa with Democratic field likely to clarify; polls suggest Bernie Sanders may have narrow lead

Caucus voting began across Iowa Monday night as Democrats balanced their desire for fundamental change with their craving to defeat President Donald Trump in the opening contest of the 2020 presidential primary season.

Donald Trump ‘open to talk’ to Iran amid mounting tensions over nuclear arms, accuses John Kerry of being in touch with Tehran
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Donald Trump ‘open to talk’ to Iran amid mounting tensions over nuclear arms, accuses John Kerry of being in touch with Tehran

US president Donald Trump said Thursday that he is open to talks with the Iranian leadership, amid mounting tensions between Washington and Tehran.

Afghanistan postpones April's presidential election to allow time to fix technical problems, say officials
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Afghanistan postpones April's presidential election to allow time to fix technical problems, say officials

More time is needed to verify voter lists and train staff on a biometric identification system designed to reduce fraud, said Abdul Aziz Ibrahimi, deputy spokesman for the Independent Election Commission

'Make no mistake': US warns countries against engaging in economic activities with Iran after 4 November
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'Make no mistake': US warns countries against engaging in economic activities with Iran after 4 November

In the absence of any waiver from the Trump Administration, it could have major implications for India, which is one of the biggest importers of Iran's oil

NATO Summit: John Kerry slams Donald Trump's 'destructive' demands of members to double defence spending
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NATO Summit: John Kerry slams Donald Trump's 'destructive' demands of members to double defence spending

Former US Secretary of State John Kerry has slammed President Donald Trump's remarks at the NATO Summit, calling it "disgraceful" and "destructive" that went against America's interests.

Iran's top leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei vows tough response to any attack; dismisses war fears as Western 'propaganda'
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Iran's top leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei vows tough response to any attack; dismisses war fears as Western 'propaganda'

Iran's top leader says anyone who fires one missile at his country "will be hit by 10" in response, but dismisses fears of war as "propaganda" by the West.

Benjamin Netanyahu leads Israeli security cabinet meetings in underground bunker as tensions with Iran rise - media
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Benjamin Netanyahu leads Israeli security cabinet meetings in underground bunker as tensions with Iran rise - media

Israel's Security Cabinet, a forum of senior ministers headed by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, has begun holding its weekly meetings in a secure underground bunker in Jerusalem, Israeli media said on Tuesday.

EU chief lashes out at Donald Trump amid new push to save Iran deal; says 'with friends like that, who needs enemies?'
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EU chief lashes out at Donald Trump amid new push to save Iran deal; says 'with friends like that, who needs enemies?'

A top European Union official branded President Donald Trump selfish and capricious Wednesday as EU leaders gathered to count the likely economic damage U.S. policies might inflict on the bloc and to try to rescue the Iran nuclear deal.