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Secretariat members however said accepting his resignation would create an unnecessary precedent and the defeat should not be taken as a personal one The issue will be discussed in the state committee meeting starting on Sunday For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Kigali | Published: October 14 2016 10:15 pm Top News In a possible breakthrough India and the US on Friday agreed to bring an ambitious amendment to the Montreal Protocol to phase out the climate-damaging Hydrofluorocarbons used in air-conditioners and refrigerators by advancing the “freeze year” by two years to 2028 After holding crucial bilateral talks with US Secretary of State John Kerry on the sidelines of the Conference on Montreal Protocol Environment Minister Anil Madhav Dave said India has agreed to move the “freeze year” from 2030 which the country proposed this morning to 2028 Freeze year is the year in which phase down of Hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) starts “We have almost reached an agreement” Dave said as the negotiations to reach an agreement to phase down the HFCs reached its final stage at the Kigali Convention Centre here Kerry held two rounds of bilateral meetings with Dave on the sidelines of the conference Talking to reporters alongside Dave India’s lead negotiator Manoj Kumar Singh said India has “entered into an agreement” in the meeting held between Dave and Kerry Singh said in the original proposal put forward by India there was no freeze year but “in the morning we had given a position that we can have a freeze (year) at 2030” But during the second round of meeting it was moved to 2028 “with a condition that there will be a review of technology somewhere around 2023 or 2024 and if India finds that refrigeration sector is growing at much faster rate and it cannot accommodate within the available refrigerant then India will free to go to 2030 as freeze year” Singh said He said the review will be done by Technology and Economic Assessment Panel (TEAP) under the Montreal Protocol “But it will be mutually agreed upon by India and other parties Without India no one can unilaterally decide that what is the growth rate which will trigger that mechanism” he said Officials attending the meeting said the US has agreed with India’s baseline proposal to prepone the baseline to 2024 2025 and 2026 Indian climate experts here hailed the outcome reached between India and the US “We have a good baseline freeze year and schedule It recognises the principles of common-but-differentiated responsibility This is good for climate and good for India” climate expert and Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) Deputy Director-General Chandra Bhushan said The meeting of climate negotiators from nearly 200 countries will end today India yesterday displayed its commitment by announcing to destroy HFC-23 a super greenhouse gas in its all five HCFC-22 plants operating in the country HFC-23 is as a by-product of HCFC-22 production China is currently the world’s largest producer of HFCs and consumes 20 times more than India production For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Washington | Updated: June 26 2017 9:00 pm Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressing at the United States Community Reception in Washington DC USA on Sunday (PTI Photo/Twitter) Related News Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said India has now emerged as a business-friendly destination more so with the upcoming implementation of landmark GST beginning next month while asking CEOs of top US companies to invest in the country Modi during his meeting with the CEOs of top 20 American firms also said that India attracted the largest amount of foreign direct investment (FDI) as a result of the NDA government’s policies in the last three years In the round table interaction with the group that included Tim Cook of Apple Sunder Pichai from Google John Chambers from Cisco and Jeff Bezos of Amazon he spoke about the reforms undertaken by his government saying they numbered over 7000 and were aimed at “ease of (doing) business and minimum government maximum governance” “Interacted with top CEOs We held extensive discussions on opportunities in India” Modi tweeted after the meeting that lasted for about 90 minutes He said the world is now focused on India’s economy especially in areas like manufacturing trade commerce and people-to-people contact due to a young population and a rising middle-class “The whole world is looking at India 7000 reforms alone by GOI for ease of (doing) business and minimum government maximum governance” Gopal Bagley spokesman of the Ministry of External Affairs quoting the prime minister as saying India’s growth presents a win-win partnership for the country and the US and American companies have a great opportunity to contribute to that Modi told the CEOs “If America becomes stronger India will be a natural beneficiary” he said On the Goods and Services Tax (GST) Modi said its implementation is a complex task that may well turn out to be “a subject of studies in US business schools” “This shows India can take big decisions and implement them swiftly” he said During the interaction at the Willard Hotel where he is staying Modi gave a patient hearing to the wish-list of the top bosses The Prime Minister pointed out opportunities for tourism through developing hotels in “PPP (public private partnership) model” at 500 railway stations Baglay said Modi said his government has focused on improving the quality of life of the people and added that working towards this end requires a global partnership Here is an example of how technology leads to transparency and furthers overall development pictwittercom/OqxjyE2vFZ — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) June 25 2017 Therefore he added India is working on principles like ‘Minimum Government Maximum Governance’ efficiency transparency growth and benefit for all “In concluding remarks PM stresses imp of coopn 4 start up innovation &tapping huge intellectual edu & vocational training potential in India” Baglay tweeted The CEOs lauded the Prime Minister’s initiatives of demonetisation and digitisation of economy and the GST the spokesman said The CEOs also expressed support for ‘Make in India’ ‘Digital India’ ‘Start Up India’ and other flagship initiatives of the government According to Indian officials present at the meeting several CEOs showed willingness to be partners in skill development and education initiatives in India They also mentioned social initiatives being undertaken by their companies in India in women empowerment digital technology education and food processing Infrastructure defence manufacturing and energy security also came up for discussion during the meeting “CEOs applaud reform measures and steps taken by the government to improve ease of doing business” Baglay tweeted “CEOs outline priorities in India and suggestions for mutually beneficial partnerships in line with inclusive growth” he said adding that they reaffirmed their commitment to growing with India and attested to its attractiveness as an FDI destination Pichai told reporters after the meeting that they were excited about investing in India Praising the steps being taken by the Indian government in the last three years he said the US companies are looking forward to the roll out of the GST “Good” said Cook as he emerged out of the meeting The US-India Business Council (USIBC) president Mukesh Aghi said the CEOs praised the reforms being undertaken by the Prime Minister and underscore his efforts to make India a business-friendly destination Responding to a question Aghi said the H-1B visa issue was not discussed at the meeting Among other CEOs present at the meeting were Shantanu Narayen from Adobe Ajay Banga from Mastercard David Farr from Emerson Doug McMillon from Walmart and Punit Renjen from Deloitte Global Jim Umpleby from Caterpillar Alex Gorsky from Johnson and Johnson Jamie Dimon from J P Morgan Chase and Marillyn Hewson from Lockheed Martin USIBC president Aghi was also present Posting a picture of the prime minister with the CEOs on Twitter Bagley said “strengthening the Indo-US economic partnership” In a recent policy document USIBC said the US-India commercial and strategic relationship supports global security promotes economic growth and creates jobs for both countries and the global economy “Today as we witness a paradigm shift in the erstwhile global order an opportunity has emerged for both countries to set new standards in bilateral ties that will be bound by their shared values” USIBC said Noting that US-India trade has tripled over the last decade reaching a historic high of nearly USD 110 billion in 2015 USIBC said there is an opportunity for both the countries to also sync their regulatory and standards system to increase trade and investment In a separate statement Jagdip Ahluwalia executive director of Indo American Chamber of Commerce of Greater Houston said the United States and India share a very symbiotic relationship and Modi’s first face to face visit with Donald Trump is important to strengthen the relationship between the two “On behalf of Houston the energy capital of the world and home of the world’s largest Medical Center the IACCGH and the strong Indian American community hope to welcome Prime Minister Modi to Houston in the not too distant future” Ahluwalia said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sandip G | Kochi | Updated: October 24 2017 9:58 am Torres’s biggest gift is his blinding speed the ease with which he accelerates especially with the ball (Source: File) Related News “El nuevo Asensio” Or the new Asensio is how the Madrid press hyped up Ferran Torres the sprightly winger whose influence was stamped all over Spain’s rout of Iran The Catalan press alleges that it’s a conspiracy to lure him to the Bernabeu as comparisons with Marco Asensio the latest sensation in Spanish football might tempt him to join Real Madrid The latter with the snooty arrogance of having prised out the real Asensio from the jaws of Barcelona retort that Barcelona are merely jealous and trying to sabotage the move Whatever that be Torres’s signature is vigorously coveted by the two giants of Spanish football so much so that his club Valencia increasingly annoyed by Madrid and Barcelona poaching players from its youth academy had inserted a 22-million pound release clause It might be a pittance for the bigwigs but the tug of war for Torres would only intensify in the coming days More than it flatters him the comparison with Asenio unsettles Torres “I’ve not reached anywhere near his calibre but definitely he’s someone every kid in Spain looks up to these days And I’ll work really hard to reach his level” he says his initial shyness being replaced by an assertive tone Of course he knows the knee-jerkiness of the media their penchant to assign new monikers to players Asensio was once the El nuevo Iniesta But hyperbolic as it might sound he does share certain virtues of Asensio First and perhaps the biggest gift in a blossoming career is his blinding speed the ease with which he accelerates especially with the ball A reason Spain coach Santiago Denia assigned him a wider role against Iran Generally Spanish sides tend to constrict to the centre — they resemble a constellation of red stars with twinkling feet — but Iran’s non-possession- based philosophy forced a tweak in their tactic which only amplified Torres’s threat Resultantly most of Spain’s thrusts came from the right like a blitzkrieg and Torres was the conceptualiser as well as the orchestrator Gift of intuition The second gift is his intuition the ability to read the game and second-guess the opponent The first goal against Iran bore ample proof From the corner of his eyes Torres could see the muscular frame of Ahmad Jalabi storming towards him The Spanish winger drifted further to his right forcing Jalabi to plod his left leg at him Then just at the moment Jalabi’s boots were at him he leapt over him the balance and poise smeared with a bewitching grace Unlike several modern-day footballers who need only the faintest of contacts to stumble Torres continued his lungful burst The second goal a curving pearler by Sergio Gomez from just outside the box too had the imprint of his vision When Torres had the ball a couple of defenders converged on him another was screening Gomez but Torres’s cross was so delectably measured that it slit through the narrow gap to reach Gomez’s feet The third one which holes him into the archetype of the modern-day Spanish midfielder is his goal-scoring aptitude At a time when it was considered that creating and not scoring was the winger’s requisite it was the Spaniards who shifted the paradigm in the mid-noughties His goal the first of the tournament would easily classify as a poacher’s goal the type of goal that was so characteristic of the most famous Torres in Spanish football the one that goes by the name Fernando Realising that he wouldn’t be able to reach the ball if he kept running even at full pelt he slid and literally boot-stabbed the ball In the dugout his pleased coach Santiago Denia was deliriously high-fiving Later he explained why he was so pleased “One of the things I look in my midfielders is their ability to contribute with goals Not just me the entire Spanish system works that way I took Torres or for that matter all midfielders because I knew they could also score goals With the amount of goal-scoring opportunities he has created it was fitting that he scored the last goal” observed Denia The most understated of his various virtues was his readiness to share the defensive responsibilities With Spain branching out on the flanks they needed their fullbacks to be at their defensive best and Torres was there assisting them often stubbing out the danger in nascence and keeping Iran’s full-backs quiet This is where he used his physicality to hold off opponents showing that to his elegant image he has a coarse rough alter-ego too “It’s modern football we have to adapt to various roles formations and needs We have to be flexible” says Torres When he joined Valencia he aspired to be a forward like his famous namesake He was slightly bigger for his age and the coaches at Mestalla too reckoned he would fit in as a forward Only that he was too speedy — it made him excessively prone to off-sides as well — that they deigned he’ll be more valuable on the wings He hasn’t proved them wrong one bit It would be a matter of time before Barcelona and Real step up their pursuit of him But irrespective of whether he decides to camp in Bernabeu or not he might end up playing alongside Asensio one day or the other Or at least that’s what he strives for to play for Spain Meanwhile the Madrid and Catalan press can keep on shadow-warring for his signature For all the latest Sports News download Indian 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