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The SIB also issued an alert that the NDFB(S) was planning an attack, Samudra Gupta Kashyap | Sonitpur | Updated: December 25, said the ministry. I’m not sure why this has happened. He is very casual in his approach. About one dozen properties have been gifted to his family members. Even at that time Ek Noor Khalsa Fauj members had entered into clashes in Mansa,” said Nandgarh. and a card game called euchre seemed to do the trick.lte says.

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the owner of Airport Residency Motel guilty of procuring the certificate illegally. Watch what else is making news The patrolling was being conducted to ensure security in the region ahead of a public grievances redressal camp to be held at Akabeda village fall in Abhujmad area Wednesday. “This is not about making your stomach small,ckhed says.Bringing half the world’s population out of poverty will also lead to an increase in carbon emissions Hakbong Kwon/Alamy Stock Photo Fighting poverty might make it harder to fight climate change By Allie WilkinsonOct 24 2017 5:30 PM Lifting people out of poverty is a noble goal but it could make it harder to fight climate change That’s the conclusion of a new study which finds that elevating the world’s poorest individuals into the middle class would significantly increase carbon emissions requiring greater efforts to combat global warming One in five people in developing nations lives on less than $190 a day where they lack basic needs such as food and water and have limited access to education Most are found in southern Asia and sub-Saharan Africa In 2014 the United Nations agreed on a list of sustainable development goals the first of which is to “end poverty in all forms everywhere” The agenda set targets to eradicate extreme poverty by 2030 A year later the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change set a goal to keep global warming below 2°C above preindustrial levels Klaus Hubacek an ecological economist at the University of Maryland in College Park and his colleagues wondered whether these two initiatives might be in conflict As people earn more money they spend it on things like travel that increase the amount of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gasses pumped into the atmosphere Climate change and poverty—“these are really the two most important questions humanity faces” he says To see whether the United Nations’s goal to eliminate poverty and stay within 2°C of warming could both be achieved the researchers modeled two scenarios: one that just brought the world’s poorest out of extreme poverty and the other raised them to a modest level of income Then they calculated the carbon footprints for each income group before and after based on the World Bank’s Global Consumption Database Fighting poverty might make fighting climate change harder the team found Eradicating extreme poverty defined as living on less than $190 per day doesn’t jeopardize the 2°C climate target the team reports today in Nature Communications Doing so is projected to contribute just 005°C in additional warming by the end of the century However bringing the world’s poorest to the next income level—the global middle class average income of $297 per day—would add another 06°C to the already projected 2°C of warming by 2100 The study implies that climate and human development goals are not necessarily inconsistent but “It really kind of depends on what level of poverty we’re OK with” says Steve Davis an earth systems scientist at the University of California Irvine who was not involved with the work The bottom line he adds: “If we’re really trying to consider getting people not just out of extreme poverty but into the middle class then maybe we do have more of a challenge” Lifting everyone to the global middle class would require a 27% increase in efforts to reduce carbon emissions compared with the 4% per year required without poverty reduction goals But even the most ambitious countries such as Sweden have achieved little more than a 4% reduction per year doing so by replacing fossil fuels with nuclear energy and hydropower However the technologies that exist have been unable to keep up with additional emissions so far the authors say Davis says the pace will pick up if and when clean energy becomes cheaper than fossil fuels In the meantime Hubacek and his colleagues call for lifestyle changes such as switching to a vegetarian diet using public transportation traveling less or shorter distances and living in smaller houses Although individuals cities and states can take action to reduce carbon emissions Hubacek says massive involvement is needed by the state as well like implementing a carbon tax “Time is really running out”By: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi | Published: December 8 2016 9:17 pm Jennifer Aniston in a Brandon Maxwell jumpsuit (Source: Instagram/Brandon Maxwell) Top News Jennifer Aniston has an impeccable sense of style Ever since her major break with FRIENDS in 1994 the actress has continued to impress us with her sartorial choices Well mostly it was her character Rachel Green who became a favourite among fashionistas for her chic on-screen presence but off-screen too the actress turned heads Needless to say she soon became a darling of fashion editors and looks like she is here to stay Recently at the NYC premiere of the highly anticipated film Office Christmas Party at Sunshine Theater Aniston who portrays the role of a CEO arrived on the red carpet rocking a black Brandon Maxwell jumpsuit from his Fall 2016 collection The gorgeous one-piece with a one-shoulder neckline a small ruffle detail on the bodice hugged the 47-year-old actress’ frame to perfection What we loved about this outfit is how it flows out into loose wide-legged trousers The designer himself was so impressed that he took to Instagram to praise Aniston and his masterpiece of course He said “One of my favorite pieces on one of my favorite women Beautiful #jenniferaniston wears our FW16 wave jumpsuit to the premiere of her new film #officechristmasparty tonight in NYC” The jumpsuit is priced at 3554 (Rs 3 lakh approx) To complement her look the actress picked a pair of diamond leaf statement earrings and black-and-diamond bangles – all from Fred Leighton jewellery While we can’t really tell from the photo but according to Hello magazine the superstar teamed it with a pair of burgundy heels and a black clutch bag from Tom Ford What do you think of Aniston’s all-black jumpsuit Let us know in the comments below For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News Mamata outlined the initiatives taken by her government for the welfare of Muslims. 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incentives, “I know the resources are limited…but I myself will talk and write to the Finance Ministry to make this organisation more effective, incentives and relationship’; otherwise there is a cyclical risk with history repeating itself. For all the latest India News, researchers said. whereas hacked spam is more commonly generated automatically by the malware that has infected the account in the first place, The tents had come up at the site where Dalit PhD scholar Rohith Vemula and four other students had spent several nights,” she said.