16 September 2014

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Indian PM to visit White House on Sept 29-30

Indian PM to visit White House on Sept 29-30WASHINGTON: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, for years barred from visiting the United States, will meet President Barack Obama in two days of eagerly awaited White House talks at the end of the month.The meetings, on September 29 and 30, will take place on Modi´s first visit to Washington since he led his Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to a crushing victory in May´s elections.Modi was told in 2005 by the administration of president George W. Bush

Scotland independence vote fires up Catalonia

BARCELONA The strengthening of Scotland s independence movement is fanning fierce passions in Spain s Catalonia region, where noisy demonstrations are planned on Thursday by Catalans who want to break away from Spain.Catalonia s president Artur Mas set the northeastern region at odds with Madrid when he announced plans to hold an independence "consultation" on November 9 this year -- a move fiercely opposed by the Spanish government.Now a poll published in Britain

Clean coal key to combating climate change: Rio Tinto

SYDNEY: Mining giant Rio Tinto said Tuesday clean coal was key to tackling climate change and that developing the technology was a challenge greater than the first moon landing.The firm’s energy chief Harry Kenyon-Slaney compared the twin challenges of meeting the world’s energy needs, including growing demand from Asia, and combating climate change to the difficulties the US had to overcome for the 1969 lunar mission.“The challenge now faced by the whole world is far more urgent and important,” Kenyon-Slaney

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