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It is something about the fear of new technology,you are crazy? But that is the reality… We cannot solve climate change without nuclear energy But when such a pro-science country like Germany bans nuclear energyhow do you persuade us Indians Germany has a strange position on this I think it goes back to the war They somehow identify nuclear with Adolf Hitler… But that does not apply to the rest of the world India now has the choice between large-scale use of coal and large-scale use of nuclear If it goes for coalthen the Maldives will sink and the rest of the climate is going to be pretty screwed worldwide One can agree with you or disagree with youbut the essence of science is questioning an argument The essence of ideology is the opposite I would never say all GM crops will always be safe If you can show conclusively that a certain crop poses health dangersthen absolutely we should not use it… It does not make sense to ban an entire technology on the basis of some purported risk and some unspecified data in the future Transcribed by Aslesha For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPune: Sumit Nagal’s unbeaten streak of seven matches was halted by fellow qualifier Ilya Ivashka as the Indian bowed out of Tata Open Maharashtra following a tame defeat in Pune on Tuesday Nagal ranked 223 came into the match after winning the Bengaluru Open and two qualifying matches for his maiden ATP World Tour event but suffered a 3-6 3-6 defeat in the opening round against the Belarusian placed seven places below him It was second meeting between 20-year-old Nagal and Ivashka with the Indian losing the first match at the same venue during the 2015 Challenger event Indias Sumit Nagal in action during the first-round match of ATP World Tour 250 series at Mahalunge Balewadi Stadium in Pune PTI There were no easy points for Nagal as Ivashka not only played aggressive but had good control over his strokes His measured game meant that there were not many unforced errors forcing Nagal to rethink his strategy Realising that Ivashka was having problem in tackling high bounce Nagal tried to feed such balls consistently but the Belarusian was up to the task and raced to a 4-1 lead following a break of serve in the fourth game Ivashka kept Nagal under the pump by moving him side to side with his superior stroke-play Even holding serve became tough for the young Indian Serving to stay in the set Nagal was up 30-0 but a flurry of unforced errors including a double fault meant that he was soon facing a set point He managed to save that but unrelenting Ivashka closed the set in his favour by serving the next game at love Nagal tried very hard but could not find a way to overcome his opponent He lost serve in the very first game of the second set when he hit a forehand wide While Ivashka maintained the intensity Nagal was again facing a break point in the third game Desperate to save the point he even argued with the chair umpire who overruled the wrong call from a lines’ umpire and asked to replay the point Nagal did save that point but was soon facing another Egged on by the little crowd the 20-year-old Haryana lad finally got on board Trailing by a set and a break Nagal did not do any good to his cause by dropping serve in the fifth The match was as good as over however Ivashka dropped serve while serving for the match Nagal’s struggle to put the ball in the court and was down 0-40 facing three match points He lost with a double fault on the first In an all-Indian clash India’s top singles player Yuki Bhambri will be up against Arjun Kadhe later in the evening In another match of great interest is the doubles first round encounter between defending champions Rohan Bopanna and Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan and Leander Paes and Purav Raja United Nations: The UN General Assembly on Sunday urged Myanmar to end a military campaign against Muslim Rohingya and called for the appointment of a UN special envoy despite opposition from China Russia and some regional countries A resolution put forward by the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) was adopted by a vote of 122 to 10 with 24 abstentions File image of the United Nations General Assembly Reuters China Russia Cambodia Laos the Philippines and Vietnam joined Myanmar in voting against the measure as did Belarus Syria and Zimbabwe The resolution calls on the government to allow access for aid workers ensure the return of all refugees and grant full citizenship rights to the Rohingya It requests that UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres appoint a special envoy to Myanmar The measure was adopted by the assembly after its budget committee gave the green light to funds for the new position of UN special envoy to Myanmar More than 650000 Muslim Rohingya have fled the mainly Buddhist country since the military operation was launched in Rakhine state in late August Myanmar authorities insist the campaign is aimed at rooting out Rohingya militants who attacked police posts on 25 August but the United Nations has said the violence amounts to ethnic cleansing Last week the UN special rapporteur for Myanmar Yanghee Lee said she had been banned from the country and that the government had cut off all cooperation with her United Nations: Pakistan continued to raise the Kashmir issue with top UN officials and submitted letters to UN chief Ban Ki-moon and Security Council President expressing "concern" over alleged human rights violations in the Valley after the killing of Hizbul commander Burhan Wani United Nations Reuters Pakistan’s Ambassador to the UN Maleeha Lodhi briefed President of the Security Council for July Japanese Ambassador Koro Bessho Ban’s Chief of staff and Under Secretary General for Political Affairs Jeffrey Feltman on the situation in Kashmir saying fundamental human rights were being "blatantly violated" in the state A statement issued by Pakistan’s mission to the UN here on Tuesday said Lodhi also forwarded letters written by Adviser to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz to the UN Secretary-General and the President of the Security Council expressing "Pakistan’s serious concern at the alarming situation" in Kashmir and "drawing attention to the brutal killings of innocent civilians and grave violations of the fundamental human rights of the Kashmiris by the Indian occupation forces" Lodhi also raised the killing of Wani in her meetings with the UN officials calling it an "assassination of a Kashmiri youth leader" "Dubbing the Kashmiris agitating for their right to self-determination as ‘terrorists’ was a travesty of truth and was further inflaming passions" she said in the statement Lodhi had also tweeted that she "briefed the President of the Security Council on the situation" in Kashmir on Tuesday In another tweet she said the letter written by Aziz to President of UN Security Council will be "circulated as an official document" of the UN Lodhi in her meetings called for an "end to impunity and brutal repression against innocent civilians by Indian occupation forces in Jammu & Kashmir" the statement said Calling for an "independent and transparent" inquiry into the "extra-judicial killings" in Kashmir Lodhi said the UN has "longstanding commitments" to the people of Jammu and Kashmir under several UN Security Council resolutions The Pakistani envoy was informed that the UN Secretary Generalwas concerned about the situation in Kashmir and wasready to mediate peace talks between India and Pakistan provided the two neighbours accept his good offices the statement said Written by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: July 16 2013 2:25 am Related News Twenty-odd people from Kamduniincluding the family membersneighbours and friends of the 20-year-old girl who was gangraped and killed in Barasat last monthon Monday met President Pranab Mukherjee seeking his intervention in ordering a CBI probe into the incident They told the President that the ongoing probe carried out by the CID of West Bengal Police is shoddyand noted the trial court proceedings in this regard A fast-track court had recently pulled up the CID for filing a weak chargesheet with glaring errors and directed the state agency to file a complete chargesheet We have demanded a CBI investigation in the case because we know the main accused are roaming free in the neighbouring village They are being protected by the government? Kolkata and Chhindwara.O,” Watch | Virender Sehwag Evades Question On Gurmehar Kaur Vidya Balan has always been the kind of woman who speaks her mind and did not pull back her words even this time around. concerned at the bid to humanise the creature, The inclusion of Delhi in the Unesco list of heritage sites would have helped preserve the city’s architectural character and green status. the nomination was recently withdrawn by the government, “It’s a matter of pride to be back in India team. the film was.

I want a pure Italian film. The Respondent No 1 is keen to develop the whole area in a systematic manner and efforts are being taken in that direction for compliance. Of the 592 acres that Dharavi stretches over377 acres is being considered for redevelopment under the DRP The number of families living in Sector 5 is not available with the governmentMore said For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: May 1 2012 12:52 am Related News Achala Sachdevbest remembered for playing the screen wife of Balraj Sahni in B R Chopras Waqtdied of respiratory failure in Pune on Sunday evening Last SeptemberAchala had slipped in her kitchen and suffered a fracture in her leg She had been admitted to the Poona Hospital and Research Centre since then Dr Vinod Shahphysician at Pune Hospitalsaid: She was in a semi-conscious condition For some timeshe was put on ventilator and was also admitted to the ICU But three days agoshe was shifted to her private room in ward Q? in the case wherein the minor has been slapped charges under Section 376 of the IPC. For all the latest Opinion News, Amreli collector Dilip Rana and Amreli SP Jagdish Patel met Madhad’s family and assured them of a fair probe and requested to perform last rites of the body. Have you noticed that.

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