DSDS - 2011
Tapping Local Initiatives and
Tackling Global Inertia
3-5 February 2011,Taj Palace Hotel, New Delhi
Media - DSDS 2011

Print Coverage

8 February 2011

Bangladesh and India are integral to each other
   Business Standard, 8 February 2011

7 February 2011


Development vs Evironment
   The Hindu

Mexican minister calls for global treaties; pessimistic on Durban
   Mint, 7 February 2011

6 February 2011

Sustainable development necessary (Dr. R K Pachauri's interview)
    Amar Ujala

Pay price for going green
   Times of India, 6 February 2011

Bilateral carbon trade is way to go: Jairam
   Business Line, 6 February 2011

5 February 2011

Don’t expect much from Durban Summit
   Pioneer

Cancun was a disappointment
   Mail Today

Digvijay bats for inclusive development
   Times of India

Oceans: the new frontier
   Economic Times

Jairam: Don't expect much from Durban meet
   Asian Age

Auto growth could distort transport policy, warn Nobel Laureates
   The Hindu, 5 February 2011

Preserving the Nature TERI
   Hari Bhoomi

Prepared for a new setback
   Hari Bhoomi

To keep trying for Climate change agreements: Jairam
   Nai Duniya

Not much hope from Durban Climate summit
   Dainik Bhaskar

Farooq rebuked developed nations
   Amar Ujala

Not expecting much from Durban Climate Summit
   Virat Vaibhav

Not Much results expected from Durban Climate summit
   Rashtriya Sahara

4 February 2011


In 2 Minutes
   Hindustan Times

Polluter must pay, but don't revive licence raj: PM
   Financial Chronicle


PM Karzai talks focus on Indians' safety, terrorism
  
 The Pioneer, 4 February 2011

PM lauds India's efforts in curbing green damage
  
 Political & Business Daily, 4 February 2011

Committed to security of Indian, say Karzai
  
The Times of India, 4 February 2011

PM, Karzai talk peace, terror
  
 The Indian Express, 4 February 2011

Photograph
  
 The Asian Age, 4 February 2011

Need for regulatory environment policies, says manmohan
  
 The Statesman, 4 February 2011

Again, PM underlines: regulate, do not allow a green licence permit raj
  
 The Indian Express, 4 February 2011

PM: India to decrease GDP emission intensity by 20%
  
 The Asian Age, 4 February 2011

Karzai, Manmohan discuss wide-ranging issues
  
 The Hindu, 4 February 2011

The Green Soldiers
  
 The Pioneer, 4 February 2011

Karzai sees Delhi as long-term partner
  
 Business Standard, 4 February 2011

PM for greener growth without licence raj
  
 Hindustan Times, 4 February 2011

Regulatory standards must not bring back license Raj, say PM
  
 The Times of India, 4 February 2011

Polluter must pay, but don't revive licence raj: PM
  
 The Financial Express, 4 February 2011

PM calls for global action to deal with climate change
  
 The Pioneer, 4 February 2011

Green regulation must not mean lapse into licence raj: Manmohan
  
 The Hindu, 4 February 2011

Environment Pollution will not be tolerated
   Rahat Times

Environment regulations
   United Bharat

India to support Afghanistan completely
   Dainik Bhaskar

PM states India's stress points to Karzai
   Jan Satta

Polluters must pay for environmental damage: PM
   Jan Satta

Polluters will not be spared
   Swatantra Bharat

India did not change its stance on emissions
   
Virat Vaibhav, 4 February 2011

India did not change its stance on emissions
   
Sahara Times, 4 February 2011

Environmental regulations necessary, but license raj may not come back: PM
   
Rashtriya Sahara, 4 February 2011

Polluters must pay for environmental damange
   
Hindustan, 4 February 2011

Arunachal Pradesh will remain integral part of India
   
Hari Bhoomi, 4 February 2011

Take the road to development keeping in mind environment issues
   
Economic Times, 4 February 2011

Overlooking of environment regulations not acceptable: PM
   
Business Bhaskar, 4 February 2011

Developed countries should take responsibility
   
Amar Ujala, 4 February 2011

Control License permit raj : PM
  
 Dainik Jagran, 4 February 2011

India not to change its stance in emissions
  
 Rajasthan Patrika, 4 February 2011

License raj in guise of Green regulation is not acceptable
  
 Punjab Kesri, 4 February 2011

Manmohan & Karzai discussed Taliban
  
 Nai Duniya, 4 February 2011

Environment rules needs to be obeyed : PM
  
 Navbharat Times, 4 February 2011

Environment Rules Need to be obeyed
  
 Nai Duniya, 4 February 2011

Environment conservation is the only way to life
  
 Nai Duniya, 4 February 2011

Environment regulations
  
 Veer Arjun, 4 February 2011

Delhi, Kabul review bilateral relations
  
 The Asian Age, 4 February 2011

Climate change impacts smalll nations more
  
 The Asian Age, 4 February 2011

More regulations must not bring back Licence Raj, says PM
  
 The Times of India, 4 February 2011

3 February 2011


Khurshid asks industry heads to go green
   The Times of India

Manmohan - Karzai talk today
   Navbharat Times

Environment should become Political Agenda
   Amar Ujala

Manmohan - Karzai talk today
   Navbharat Times

PM stresses on green regulatory policies
   TheTribune, 3 February 2011

Environmental regulation must not pull us back to license raj, says PM
   The Hindu, 3 February 2011

2 February 2011

Polluted water kills more that war
   The Asian Age, 2 February 2011

Spread information and knowledge to people
   The Economic Times, 2 February 2011

Karzai on 2-day India visit today
   The Asian Age, 2 February 2011

31 January 2011

Discussion on Climate Change
   Hindustan

29 January 2011

Summit on environment
   Hari Bhoomi

 

 



 


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