Later, Yasmine underwent scans and further tests and was eventually diagnosed with the condition Functional Neurological Disorder (FND), which affects the functioning of the nervous system.
The analysis could turn out to be a setback for India’s ambitious renewable energy targets.
The International Tennis Federation issued a statement Tuesday confirming the Emirates Arena in Glasgow as the venue.
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In the year of the CWG and Asiad, the tournament was a perfect preparation for the seasoned trio of Dipika, Joshna and Ghosal who continue to bring laurels to the country.
The more urgent deadline was to get the submission in before the November negotiations in Glasgow and most nations did. Of the five top-emitting nations, only India has not submitted its plans.
Union Coal Minister Prahlad Joshi said in Rajya Sabha on Monday that during 2020-21, 34 mines in Singareni Collieries Company Limited (SCCL) had incurred losses.
Despite push for renewables, the country will require base load capacity of coal-based generation for stability and also for energy security, Coal Minister Pralhad Joshi said.
Glasgow climate meet kept 1.5-degree Celsius limit alive, but it was a fragile win: COP 26 president
Speaking at a session on 'Climate Action: The Road Beyond COP26 Glasgow', Alok Sharma said that countries and companies must honour the promises made at the conference.
The discussion on climate change was initiated by DMK member Kanimozhi in Lok Sabha.
Developing countries feel the developed world should bear the cost of mitigation as well as help with technology and resources to achieve carbon neutrality.
Indian Environment Minister Bhupender Yadav argued against a provision on phasing out coal, saying that developing countries were “entitled to the responsible use of fossil fuels.”
Countries, as part of the agreement, have also agreed to meet next year to discuss further carbon cuts so that the goal to limit warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius can be reached.
The latest draft proposals from the meeting’s chair called on countries to accelerate “the phaseout of unabated coal power and of inefficient subsidies for fossil fuels.”
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Currently, rich nations provide an estimated $80 billion annually, which poorer nations say isn't enough to develop clean energy systems and to adapt to worsening climate shocks.
The declaration said both countries "recognise the seriousness and urgency of the climate crisis", especially during the "critical decade of the 2020s".
But what could be a red line for developing nations is the weak commitment of rich nations on climate and adaptation finance.
Representatives of most American universities said they would like to partner with India on some specific topics like cybersecurity, healthcare, biotech, artificial intelligence, data sciences etc.