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Disprivilege and backwardness can be addressed without resort to fixed quotas
Planned cities must be flexible enough to evolve as needs and aspirations change.
Larger promises of emissions reduction would benefit India. But any agreement must also be fair.
SC order was sweeping. Now government must denationalise coal.
New government has no time to waste if it is to instil confidence that it is working to improve people’s well being.
What the new government should do to spur economic and industrial growth.
Rich countries must stop lecturing developing countries and accelerate their own efforts to cut emissions