NEW DELHI: India today hit out at US Secretary of State John Kerry for his comments that India will be a "test" at the forthcoming vital Paris atmosphere meet, saying they were "baseless" and made it clear that it is "not in the propensity for taking any weight from anyone".
Terming Kerry's remarks as "outlandish and unreasonable", India likewise faulted the "state of mind" of a percentage of the created nations for the issue of environmental change.
Implying that there was no doubt of either trading off or making changes on any of the issues which the nation has taken up, Environment Priest Prakash Javedekar told PTI that it has dependably been in favor of accord and is attempting to "proactively" bring agreement among countries.
"It is in a route unreasonable to say that India will be a test. It is really not doing equity with India. The US is our incredible companion and vital accomplice. His (Kerry's) remark are baseless.
New Delhi: India today hit out at US Secretary of State John Kerry for his comments that India will be a "test" at the up and coming urgent Paris atmosphere meet, saying they were "ridiculous" and made it clear that it is "not in the propensity for taking any weight from anyone".
Terming Mr Kerry's remarks as "unjustifiable and out of line", India additionally faulted the "state of mind" of a percentage of the created nations for the issue of environmental change.
Implying that there was no doubt of either bargaining or making alterations on any of the issues which the nation has taken up, Environment Pastor Prakash Javedekar said it has dependably been in favor of agreement and is attempting to "proactively" bring accord among countries.
"It is in a path uncalled for to say that India will be a test. It is really not doing equity with India. The US is our extraordinary companion and vital accomplice. His (Kerry's) remark are ridiculous and unreasonable. The state of mind of a portion of the created nations is the test for the Paris conclusion," he said.
Mr Kerry in a meeting with a main worldwide business day by day had as of late cautioned that India could be a "test" at up and coming environmental change talks in Paris, with its administration hesitant to acknowledge to a greater extent a part in tending to a worldwide temperature alteration.
"We have a considerable measure of spotlight on India at this moment to attempt to bring them along. India has been more mindful, somewhat more controlled in its grip of this new worldview, and it's a test," he was cited as saying.
Mr Javadekar said while "there is no weight from the created world on India, the nation is likewise not in the propensity for taking any weight from anyone."
The Paris Atmosphere Meeting planned to happen from November 30 to December 11 expects to accomplish a legitimately tying and all inclusive concession to atmosphere, with the point of keeping a worldwide temperature alteration beneath 2 degree C.
"When you are doing a worldwide course of action, each nation will advance its issue. We need to take agreement along. India is dependably is in favor of agreement. We are proactively bringing agreement. We are not nay sayers but rather bringing agreement. It is not about trading off," Mr Javadekar said.
New Delhi, Jul 31 (PTI) "Exceptionally energizing" and "superb" were the words utilized by US Secretary of State John Kerry as he went by two research centers at the prestigious Indian Foundation of Innovation here today and communicated with the understudies. Kerry, who arrives for the fifth Indo-US Vital Dialog, set aside time out of his timetable and went by the Connected Microbiology Research facility and Bio-process lab.
Professor R K Shevgaonkar, Director of the IIT, Delhi told PTI that the American Embassy had specifically mentioned the laboratories that Kerry wanted to visit. Dressed in a blue suit, Kerry interacted with the students there and asked a number of questions about the processes involved, the education fees, patent system and also if they would get a job in India or would they have to go out.
Kerry was very pleased to see a research project on bio-degradable plastic. As a student explained the project to him, Kerry said, “Very exciting. It would be a huge contribution to the world. Very exciting. Fantastic”. Kunal Gupta, who is part of the project, said he was proud that Kerry visited his institute.
“I am very proud to be part of a institute which is recognised in the US as well. They (US) have done a lot of research which is much ahead of us and Kerry’s visit to the institute makes us feel very good,” said Gupta. Kerry also visited the lab which was using algae to clean water and to produce biomass
NEW DELHI: US secretary of satiate John Kerry said on Monday that the US is working with India to reinforce its battle against terrorism.
Talking at the Dynamic Gujarat summit, Kerry said that "amid my dialog with PM Modi and different authorities, we checked on the advancement of our financial relationship and how to take it ahead."
"The US interest in India have ascended from $2.4 billion to $28 billion," John Kerry said.
Kerry likewise said that he had talks with PM Modi as President Obama is going by India. "Obama is truly upbeat to be the first US President to be going by India twice," Kerry said.
"I am awed with what I have seen amid the Energetic Gujarat summit," the US secretary of satisfy said. Gujarat has a chance to pick up fundamentally from the crisp force in Indo-US ties, John Kerry said. "PM Narendra Modi has fabricated a notoriety by building proficiency, attempting to settle on choices speedier, by streamlining administration. It be extrapolated to rest of India," John Kerry said.
Gandhinagar: Commending PM Narendra Modi's, US secretary of state John Kerry said the 'Make in India' undertaking can serve India as well as the whole planet on the off chance that it takes advantage of economical vitality assets.
Kerry was talking at the Dynamic Gujarat Worldwide Summit (VGGS), a brainchild of Modi. The US is one of eight accomplice nations of the three-day summit this time.
"The United States changed its economy with $1 trillion open door with a billion clients in the 1990s. The vitality business sector is putting forth a chance of $6 trillion with plausible 9 billion clients with the present pace of populace development. This is the best market known not. In the event that we use this open door, we can understand 'Make In India' activity for the planet all in all," he said.
Beforehand, in a discourse made to the US-EU Vitality Gathering in December, Kerry had alluded to the 9 billion populace projection in the setting of the following 30 years, and talked about clean vitality market as having made "America especially well off."
On Sunday, Kerry adulated Modi for rolling out Gujarat synonymous with improvement and new open doors, saying, "I am happy to visit the home condition of a visionary head administrator who has assumed control at a transformational minute for the nation."
"I know President (Barack) Obama is extremely energized and he is exceptionally satisfied as the first US president to be regarded as the boss visitor on India's Republic Day. What's more, he is the first president to visit India twice," he said.
"The initial three expressions of our records (Constitution) are the same, 'We the general population', and our kin know how to profit by circumstances," Kerry included.
On two-sided relations, Kerry said India-US exchange has grown five-fold subsequent to 2000 and that ventures too have developed. "We can accomplish all the more together, we must accomplish more and we have to do it much quicker. With the head administrator we mean to take respective exchange to develop by five-fold in next five years," he said.
Discussing environmental change and the utilization of feasible vitality he said "in the event that we don't act now," the world may see another arrangement of issues. "Environmental change is harming harvests, business and exchange. It doesn't just influence India or the US, it is a worldwide issue. On the off chance that we don't act now we might soon see issues of atmosphere exiles, individuals battling for water and nourishment." India and the US, he included, could fabricate a partnersh.