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Joint Commissioner of Police (Traffic). which has been pending with the Home Department,in a meeting held last week, “It is perhaps time to admit that a firm commitment to running a budget surplus from the mid 2020s onwards is no longer sensible, Udaipur,Banswara Chittorgarh Rajsamand Bhilwara Kota andJhalawar-Baran PTI 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 The deal has been termed historic because this is the first time there has been a near consensus in reaching an agreement over the grave environment challenge facing all nations equally However there are criticisms that the deal will put pressure on countries like India and developed nations like the US have not taken enough responsibility in dealing with the issue Here are the key points about the deal: What is the deal all about The deal is aimed at reducing the global warming which is already melting ice sheets and raising oceans threatening the lives of animals and plants The countries that met at Parisagreed to hold the increase in the global average temperature to well below 2°C above pre-industrial levels and also make efforts to limit the temperature increase to 15°C For this the key is reducing the dependence on fossil fuels and cutting the greenhouse gas emissions Temperatures have already increased by about 1°Celsius (18 degrees Fahrenheit) since pre-industrial times In order to achieve thelong-term temperature goal the countries aim to reach global peaking of greenhouse gas emissions as soon as possible says the agreement It however recognises that peaking of greenhouse gases emission will take longer for developing countries As per the agreement developed countries should "continue taking the lead" by undertaking economy-wide absolute emission reduction targets while developing countries should continue enhancing their mitigation efforts They are also encouraged to move over time towards economy-wide emission reduction or limitation targets in the light of different national circumstances President Barack Obama with PM Narendra Modi at the UN conference on climate change COP21 AFP How will the long-term goal be achieved For one countries will set national targets for reducing greenhouse gas emissions every five years More than 180 countries have already submitted targets for the first cycle beginning in 2020 The agreement requests countries that have set a target with time-frame of up to 2030 "to communicate or update by 2020 these contributions and to do so every five years thereafter" That doesn’t require governments to deepen their cuts But the hope is that it will be possible for them to do so if renewable energy sources become more affordable and effective Is there a penalty for non-compliance to the set targets No But the agreement has transparency rules to help encourage countries to actually do what they say they will do That was one of the most difficult pieces to agree on with China asking for softer requirements for developing countries The agreement says all countries must report on their emissions and their efforts the reduce them But it allows for some "flexibility" for developing countries that "need it" What about finance This is the most contentious issue: how will countries finance their shift towards greener economy The agreement says wealthy countries should continue to offer financial support to help poor countries reduce their emissions and adapt to climate change It also encourages other countries to pitch in on a voluntary basis That paves the way for emerging economies such as China to contribute even though it doesn’t require them to do so Actual dollar amounts were kept out of the agreement itself but wealthy nations had previously pledged to provide $100 billion in climate finance by 2020 However this seems to be asmall sum Oxfam estimates that the new deal will see developing countries facing adaptation costs of almost $800 billion a year by 2050 For small island nations threatened by rising seas the agreement includes a section recognising "loss and damage" associated with climate-related disasters The US long objected to addressing the issue in the agreement worried that it would lead to claims of compensation for damage caused by extreme weather events In the end the issue was included but a footnote specifically stated that loss and damage does not involve liability or compensation What the experts are saying Environmental experts have struck a note of caution though they agreed it is a path breaking deal They are of the opinion that it may not be the panacea to the problem of reducing use of fossil fuels but is the "starting gun" for the race towards a low-carbon future Delhi-based Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) has termed the climate deal as "weak and unambitious" It does not include any "meaningful" targets and has discharged developed nations from their historical responsibility it said "Developing countries have got words and promise of money while the developed countries have finally got rid of their historical responsibility of causing climate change They have no legally binding targets on finance or emissions cuts" CSE director general Sunita Narain said A section of the environment experts feel this is only the beginning WWF-UK Chief Executive David Nussbaum said "Paris is just the starting gun for the race towards a low-carbon future" Greenpeace International echoed the sentiment "Today the human race has joined in a common cause but it’s what happens after this conference that really matters The Paris Agreement is only one step on long a road and there are parts of it that frustrate and disappoint me but it is progress This deal alone won’t dig us out the hole we’re in but it makes the sides less steep" said Greenpeace International executive director Kumi Naidoo Oxfam said too many governments in Paris protected their own self-interests instead of their own people at the talks "While the richest countries have the biggest responsibility to tackle climate change few countries stood out calling for a stronger deal" it said Has India won The western media had projected India as a villain throwing a spanner in the works of the climate deal Ironically as the deal is clinched India seems to be onthe receiving end The big win for the country is the inclusion of the phrase "common but differentiated responsibilities" recognising the different national circumstances of developed and developing countries Like all world leaders Prime Minister Narendra Modi has hailed the deal He tweeted: Outcome of #ParisAgreement has no winners or losers Climate justice has won & we are all working towards a greener future @COP21 @COP21en — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) December 13 2015 #ClimateChange remains a challenge but #ParisAgreement demonstrates how every nation rose to the challenge working towards a solution — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) December 13 2015 Deliberations at #COP21 & #ParisAgreement demonstrates the collective wisdom of world leaders to mitigate #ClimateChange @COP21 @COP21en — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) December 13 2015 However environment minister Prakash Javadekar has been more cautious while welcoming the deal "The actions of developed countries are far below their historical responsibilities and fair shares We have in the spirit of compromise agreed on a number of phrases in the agreement" he has been quoted as saying Many experts hold this view "Developing countries have got words and promise of money while the developed countries have finally got rid of their historical responsibility of causing climate change They have no legally binding targets on finance or emissions cuts" said CSE director general Sunita Narain Echoing the view is Thiagarajan Jayaraman of Tata Institute of Social Sciences in Mumbai “This is a major political loss for India and other developing countries The accord allows developed countries to commit to emission reductions as they wish disregarding their historical emissions and grabbing a disproportionate share of available carbon space” Jayaraman has been quoted as saying in a reporton ABPLive A report in Mint notes that India will face huge pressure to cut emissions while financing of the shift to renewable energy sources remains a big challenge According to the report the $100 billion a year commitment by the developed nations is "ambiguous and lacks a clear roadmap" In the run-up to the Paris summit India had in October committed to cut the rate of emissions relative to GDP by 33-35 per cent by 2030 from 2005 levels The country is planning to boost its energy production from renewable sources to 40 percent of total by 2030 In order to achieve this target the government has set five-fold increase in renewable energy capacity in the next five years to 175 gigawatts Meanwhile the coal ministry has also set higher production targets for Coal India The company is to increase annual output to 1 billion tonnes of coal by 2022 from 550 million tonnes set for 2016 Keeping in mind the ambitious targets for economic growth India clearly is walking a tight rope Nevertheless global opinion is largely positive about the agreement if Twitter is anything to go by: #ParisAgreement Tweets With inputs from agencies Written by Sandip G | Kandy | Updated: August 11 2017 10:48 am After the sapping heat of Galle and Colombo India will be happy to be in the hill country of Kandy (Source: Express photo by Sandip G) Related News Both the sights and climes of Kandy the venue for the third and final Test between Sri Lanka and India would please Virat Kohli and his men Right in the middle of the central Sri Lankan highlands Kandy sits at over 1600 feet above the Indian Ocean in a valley beside a placid lake The weather therefore is agreeable – a mild breeze wafts through the stadium and it almost feels like a mid-March afternoon in Delhi There has been a bit of a drizzle but unlike coastal Sri Lanka there’s not the sweltering mugginess which expends the sweat glands even if you aren’t physically engaged that accompanies a spell of rain It’s such a stark – and welcome – contrast from the two other venues India have played on this tour Galle was quaint the waves and the fort rendering a bizarre beauty Colombo was its diametric opposite a buzzing metropolis that lacks warmth But both cities had one common thread the sweeping humidity Every burst of rain brought with it an attendant wave of humidity The sun’s so scorching that you feel as if you’re being burnt alive Then what about the players out in the middle It’s a widely understated or ignored factor when India – or any other subcontinental side – tours Sri Lanka The common refrain is “it’s just like home” Similar physical traits cuisine and climate But similarity doesn’t necessarily translates into comfort especially the stifling post-monsoon heat which most Indian cricketers barring maybe Ravichandran Ashwin are so unaccustomed to No wonder then that the Indian players were visibly upset at the location of the press conference room at the Sinhalese Sport Club They had to climb four flights of stairs after each day’s play So much so that Ashwin wiping sweat off the brow quipped when asked about the difficulty of bowling in the heat: “It was definitely better than climbing four floors” The same day centurion Kusal Mendis was so tired that he flunked the press conference and instead came Niroshan Dickwella who had batted just an hour or two in the first session Tucked around Ashwin’s waist was a white towel with red blotches which he used not only to rub the ball but also keep his fingers dry It was perhaps a reason none of the seamers including the master of it Mohammed Shami could procure reverse swing in Colombo as it’s immensely difficult to run the fingers down on the ball Even the umpires sympathised with the players and allowed more impromptu drinks breaks than usual The stipulated drinks interval too would drag on The batsmen would frequently signal for a fresh pair of gloves En route to his hundred at the SSC Cheteshwar Pujara must have changed his gloves at least half a dozen times Having faced 532 balls more than any other batsman in the series he must have felt the heat more than most As soon as the spinners would begin to bowl the batsmen would banish their helmets It’s easy to imagine Rahul Dravid batting in these conditions perspiring profusely beads of sweat dripping down the helmet grille and him frequently changing the sweat-drenched neck-ties and gloves Understandably the fast bowlers were most often used in bursts of four or five overs It was an aspect Virat Kohli had stressed in the pre-series press conference: “In these conditions you should be very realistic about how many overs a bowler can bowl in a spell Fast bowlers at best should be used in short spells of four-five” Anything more will tire them like it did Hardik Pandya in the second innings at SSC wherein after his fourth over he became entirely stingless To keep them hydrated the entire squad players and sometimes even the masseurs rove around the boundary rope with a casket of refreshments But no matter how much fluid you put into the players it drains out very quickly At stumps the sight of players dragging themselves to the dressing room evokes the image of a wind-beaten battalion retreating to its barracks The infernal conditions influenced the tactics of the skippers too Kohli didn’t enforce the follow-on in Galle as he felt the bowlers “would be too tired” But in Colombo since they had bowled only 494 overs in less trying conditions Kohli decided to make Sri Lanka bat again Though both Tests ended in four days the players might feel they were just back from a timeless Test It’s such conditions that make overseas sides dread a trip to Sri Lanka despite its exotic beauty When England toured here in 2001 the players wore Arctic Ice vests to negate heatstroke and exhaustion as the temperature in the middle soared above 40 degrees with 80 per cent humidity The England players were weighed three times a day wore sun-block neckties and were given cold showers and towels when they came off the pitch And some of the stockier players returned home with thinner frames There are also stories of players collapsing and being rushed for saline drips The heat sparked BBC commentator Jonathan Agnew’s wit too “It’s red hot on the field it’s red hot in the dressing room and what do you get for lunch Red-hot curry” he once said It wouldn’t be surprising if some of the Indians players too feel the same But at least the humidity is less of a factor at this time of the year in the high hill country of Kandy which has experienced a drier weather than usual For Kohli and Co the series already pocketed it could be like an excursion to the hills For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Ruhi Bhasin | Mumbai | Published: May 11 2017 4:05 am Bombay High Court Top News The Bombay High Court recently directed the Union of India to nominate nodal officers in the Ministry of Home Affairs and the Ministry of Law and Justice who will be responsible for ascertaining progress made in terms of service of notices and orders sent to foreign countries by courts in India The court has sought that the names of the nodal officers be communicated to the registrars of all high courts by early next month The directions were given when a division bench of Justice A S Oka and Justice Anuja Prabhudesai was hearing an appeal filed by a man against a family court order in his application for granting permanent custody of his son that was rejected by the court The man’s estranged wife and son live in the USA “We find that in large number of matters notices are sent by court to foreign countries either through the Ministry of Home Affairs or through the Ministry of Law and Justice However there is no arrangement made by the ministries to communicate to the respective registrars of the high courts about the progress made in service of notices or orders We therefore direct both ministries to appoint nodal officers so that the registrars or courts can contact the officer to get requisite information about the service of such notices” said the court The man got married in London in 1999 and in 2002 the couple had a son in North Carolina in the United States of America Since there were constant fights between them the couple decided to stay separately While hearing the matter the court directed for a temporary custody of the child to be given to the father from August 10 to 19 this year and sought that the boy be brought to India by the mother for implementation of the orders The court pointed to the Hague Convention of 1965 in civil and criminal matters stating that the Central Authority in the United States of America has authorised an agency by the name Process Forward International and according to communication by the government all summons and orders are to be sent directly by the courts to the said agency Process Forward International “The order along with that of civil application shall now be forwarded by the registrar (judicial) to the agency of the Central Authority USA” ordered the court Moreover it has directed the department of Law and Justice of the Government of India to take up the matter with the Central Authority of the North Carolina State USA in terms of Article 5 of the treaty signed between the two governments on October 17 2001 on mutual legal assistance in criminal matter “Article 5 in the treaty applies to the execution of requests The Central Authority be requested to execute this order” added the bench While disposing of the matter the court has asked for copy of the orders to be served on the wife also The woman then filed an application for custody in USA court Her husband alleged that an ex-parte order of the custody of the minor was passed by the said court Subsequently in 2002 the father brought the child to India for performing religious ceremony Meanwhile the woman filed a petition for divorce in which ex-parte decree was passed The applicant could not go back to USA as criminal proceedings had been initiated by his wife In June 2007 the wife came to India and filed a petition for Habeas Corpus seeking custody of the child and by the order of the Gujarat High Court the husband handed over the custody of his son to the wife However he was permitted to file a petition for custody that was filed by him at Navsari Gujarat which was dismissed Thereafter an application was filed by him in the Family Court at Pune that did not grant him custody of the child but laid down certain other conditions in terms of custody But the same order could not be implemented [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top News

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