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before starting the process, from the Paris Agreement.He said that India would get billions of dollars for meeting its commitment under the 2015 Paris Agreement along with China and gain a financial advantage over the US He had put the US in league with two other nations -Syria and Nicaragua – who have not signed onto the deal agreed by over 190 other nations "I think the rest of the world would like to tell us how to manage our own environment and I think that anybody in America can tell you that we’re best to decide what America should do We don’t need India and France and China telling us what they think we should do" Indian-American Haley was quoted as saying by CBS News File image of American ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley Reuters Responding to a question on global reaction to Trump’s decision Haley said countries should continue doing what’s in their best interest "They should continue doing what’s in the best interest And if the Paris agreement was something that works for them that they can achieve they should do that" Haley said Haley defended Trump’s decision saying business could not be run under the kind of regulations imposed by the Paris Climate deal "There’s a reason that President Obama didn’t go through the Senate to get this cleared because he couldn’t The regulations were unattainable I mean you could not actually have a business run under the regulations that we had" she said She said that the US is conscious about the environment and it will continue to do its part in protecting climate change "We know that there are issues with the environment We know that we have to be conscious of it But we can’t sit there and have Angela Merkel telling us to worry about Africa She should continue doing her part We’re going to continue doing our part We’re going to continue encouraging other countries to do what they think is in the best interests of them But American sovereignty matters" Haley said The top American diplomat said that Trump believes the climate is changing and he does know that pollutants are a part of that equation "He believes that climate is changing and he believes pollutants are part of that equation He is absolutely intent on making sure that we have clean air clean water that he makes sure that we’re doing everything we can to keep America’s moral compass in the world when it comes to the environment" she said "We’ve done that in the past We’ll do it in the future It’s what the US does It’s what we’ll continue to do" she added Written by MANASI PHADKE | Mumbai | Updated: April 25 2016 1:17 am As part of the agreement Mumbai-based Deserve Group was to redevelop slum sprawls on prime plots between Cuffe Parade and Borivli after getting Letters of Intent for the slum development schemes as per due procedure Related News One of the biggest investments the government was looking to bring into the housing sector through the Make in India Week held in Mumbai earlier this year has been put on hold The Slum Rehabilitation Authority (SRA) was in talks with a developer to build 35 lakh to 4 lakh affordable homes through a slum redevelopment scheme with the backing of Canadian Pension Fund and consultant IL&FS However the proposal is now stuck as the authority has not had any word from the Canadian Pension Fund regarding the proposed investment Aseem Gupta Chief Executive Officer at SRA said “The MoU with Deserve Group was to be signed with the Canadian government and IL&FS The developer was supposed to get us the confirmations We got a line of confirmation from IL&FS but the Canada government has not responded” Share This Article Related Article As part of the agreement the Mumbai-based Deserve Group was to redevelop slum sprawls on prime plots between Cuffe Parade and Borivli after getting Letters of Intent for the slum development schemes as per due procedure The developer was to build low-cost homes as part of his sale component The SRA scheme allows private developers to rehabilitate slum-dwellers living in structures built before January 2000 in highrises constructed on a portion of the plot the slum occupies As an incentive builders are granted a higher construction area and are allowed to commercially exploit the remaining public land free of cost The scheme which was launched two decades ago with the intention of housing eight lakh families within five years has managed to rehabilitate a little over 15 lakh families until now An official from the state housing department said it has communicated to the SRA that the authority can go ahead with the agreement only if it can get the Canadian Pension Fund on board Mei Mavin spokesperson from the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board said “We do not have any comment to provide on this as we don’t comment on speculation” Officials from the Deserve Group were unavailable for comment A senior state government official who did not wish to be named said “The chief minister was very clear that if there has to be an agreement it has to be between the Maharashtra government and the Canada government An agreement cannot be with an individual developer Also if there is a government-to-government agreement we will have to treat all developers who come through the that government equally” WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE manasiphadke@expressindiacom For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Devendra Pandey Shamik Chakrabarty | Mumbai/kolkata | Updated: May 9 2017 9:22 pm Virat Kohli expressed his keenness to get a chance to defend the title that India won four years ago (Source: AP) Related News The muddle over India’s participation in the Champions Trophy has rattled the Indian team and players now want to know when this ‘uncertainty’ will end The Indian Express has reliably learnt that the Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators (COA) head Vinod Rai recently spoke to the Indian team captain Virat Kohli and coach Anil Kumble after they sought clarity on the implications of the ICC vs BCCI wrangle that has cast a shadow on India’s participation in the tournament starting June 1 It is learnt that Kohli and Kumble both want the Indian team to take part in the Champions Trophy to be held next month in England and expressed their keenness to get a chance to defend the title that India won four years ago The uncertainty is said to be hampering the Indian players’ mindset with the IPL getting over in the next few weeks and preparations set to begin for India’s title defense The BCCI has already missed the April 25 deadline of submitting its squad to the ICC It was right after speaking to the two important members of the Indian team a few days ago that the COA issued a letter to BCCI acting secretary Amitabh Choudhary to convene a meeting of the selection committee for Champions Trophy immediately “It would be appropriate to make all necessary preparations for ensuring that Team India can successfully defend its title in the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 which commences on 1st June 2017 You are aware that the squad representing India at the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 was to be submitted by 25th April 2017 but the squad has not even been selected as yet Please convene a meeting of the selection committee for selecting the squad immediately The squad can then be submitted to the ICC without prejudice to BCCI’s legal rights” the COA’s reply to the BCCI acting secretary said The BCCI will therefore pick the Indian squad for the Champions Trophy irrespective of what happens in its fight with the ICC Earlier in the day the COA directed the BCCI to select the Indian Champions Trophy squad as it disapproved the cricket board’s acting secretary Amitabh Choudhary’s missive seeking the Administrators’ go-ahead in sending a notice to the ICC that threatened to revoke the 2014 MPA and pull out of all ICC events for the ongoing eight-year rights cycle ‘Supportive environment’ The COA has also reminded the BCCI members to provide a “supportive environment” to the Indian team and erase uncertainties ahead of Sunday’s Special General Meeting (SGM) “We believe that any decision taken at the SGM should be predicated on the fact that India has the best team in the world today Team India should be provided with a supportive environment to showcase Indian cricket instead of being surrounded with uncertainty and confusion There has been more than enough negativity surrounding Team India’s participation in the ICC Champions Trophy and the sooner the same is put to rest the better” “The players’ interests are paramount and they must be given the best chance to prepare for defend and retain the ICC Champions Trophy The focus should be on enabling our team to achieve even greater heights and further laurels which will automatically attract higher revenues” the letter said A cricket board functionary however said the BCCI would have picked the squad in any case “See we want to send a notice to the ICC to cure the breach in accordance with the 2014 Members Participation Agreement (MPA) If we send the notice and in case the ICC cures the breach what will happen if we don’t have a squad ready for the Champions Trophy The general body will take a call on our participation in the tournament but we should also have our squad ready The date time and venue of the team selection will be decided by the (acting) secretary” he told this paper The BCCI is peeved at its reduced revenue share of $293 million as per the ICC’s new financial model although it has another $100 million settlement offer on the table The 2014 model was giving the Indian cricket board a revenue share of $570 (gross) based on contribution cost As reported by this paper Choudhary had written consent from over 20 BCCI affiliates to send the notice to the ICC and according to some members he should have gone ahead pre-empting the SGM “A 30-day notice period is mandatory to revoke the MPA and Thursday early morning was the deadline given that India’s Champions Trophy opener is on June 4 Now the ICC will take India’s participation as a fait accompli and will initiate the indemnity clause to seek huge financial recovery if we want to pull out mid-tournament” said an official of an East Zone association The BCCI’s acting secretary however was tied by the Supreme Court’s January 30 order that stated: “… The CEO of BCCI shall report to the Committee of Administrators and the Administrators shall supervise the management of BCCI” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThe chief emotion for Indian badminton supporters at the Stade Pierre de Coubertin in Paris on Thursday was a feeling of déjà vu In two of Thursday’s second-round French Open Superseries badminton singles encounters there was a repeat of clashes that had taken place in the Denmark Open Superseries Premier less than a week ago The top two Indian shuttlers produced near mirror-images of the results they had done in Odense Eighth-seeded Kidambi Srikanth who has risen four spots to the fourth position in the latest Badminton World Federation (BWF) rankings and who had beaten Wong Wing Ki Vincent in straight games in the semi-final last Saturday on his way to the Danish title repeated his triumph over the Hong Kong bustler in similar fashion and by almost identical scores 21-19 21-17 in 37 minutes compared to the 21-18 21-17 verdict that had used up two additional minutes at Odense Park India’s Kidambi Srikanth at the French Open Superseries Image courtesy: Twitter @srikidambi Srikanth’s stable-mate at the Pullela Gopichand Academy Saina Nehwal was unable to overturn the 29-minute 21-10 21-13 reverse she had suffered in Odense at the hands of Japan’s fifth-seeded Akane Yamaguchi and capitulated again in Paris The 27-year-old Indian’s defeat by a 21-9 23-21 scoreline took 10 minutes longer than it had in Denmark but it only succeeded in putting her further down at 1-3 in the career head-to-head meetings with the stocky 20-year-old Japanese powerhouse who progressed to a quarter-final meeting with South Korea’s 25-year-old third seed Sung Ji Hyun However second-seeded PV Sindhu played far better than she had on the opening day of the $325000 event and overwhelmed Japan’s Sayaka Takahashi by a 21-14 21-13 margin The gangling Indian who appeared sharp and aggressive against the Japanese earned a revenge quarter-final meeting with Chinese teenager Chen Yufei who had knocked her out in the opening round of the Denmark Open last week in two straight albeit tough games Like Nehwal whose form has unaccountably dipped after her outstanding opening-round victory in Odense over Spain’s 2016 Olympic gold medallist Carolina Marin B Sai Praneeth put up only lukewarm resistance while going down to 23-year-old Japanese qualifier Kenta Nishimoto at 13-21 17-21 in 44 minutes The result was not entirely unexpected for Praneeth has witnessed a sharp drop in form and performance after his exploits in tournaments leading up to the World Championships like the Singapore Open Superseries in which he had surprised Srikanth to bag the crown The former Indian national champion had shown a streak of prodigality in his first-round fixture with Thailand’s Khosit Phetpradab winning narrowly in three games after squandering huge 15-6 and 16-9 leads in the second game; and his defeat at Nishimoto’s hands did not quite cause the flutter it would have a few months ago As for the 40th-ranked Nishimoto shock conqueror of Malaysia’s aging seventh seed Lee Chong Wei in his opening round on Wednesday the Japanese will cross swords in Friday’s quarter-final with Indonesia’s up-and-coming Anthony Sinisuka Ginting who had scant difficulty in dispatching Hong Kong’s Hu Yun at 21-7 21-16 in two minutes under the half-hour mark The most impressive Indian performer of the day was HS Prannoy who made light of what could have been a tricky pre-quarter-final clash with Denmark’s Hans-Kristian Solberg Vittinghus winning at 21-11 21-12 in a minute under the half-hour mark The 25-year-old Prannoy who was born in Kerala but has been training in Hyderabad now for several years showed a confident streak while taming the man who had sent the tournament’s second seed Son Wan Ho of South Korea home in his opening outing In Friday’s quarter-finals Prannoy runs into another Korean Jeon Hyeok Jin who settled the pretensions of China’s Qiao Bin in a long-drawn battle at 21-16 13-21 21-12 Giant-killer Jeon who had easily knocked out an off-colour No 5 seed Chou Tien Chen of Chinese Taipei in his lung-opener clashes with Prannoy in the final quarter of the draw As for the red-hot Srikanth whose exploits are being closely monitored by the global badminton community with an eye to locate a way of halting his all-conquering march he faces a challenging quarter-final with China’s No 4 seed Shi Yuqi whom he displaced from the fourth rung of the BWF ladder in the latest rankings The 21-year-old Chinese player beat Frenchman Brice Leverdez in a canter at 21-15 21-10 on Thursday In one of the biggest shock results of the day another exciting 21-year-old Anders Antonsen of Denmark gave a glimpse of his burgeoning talent by knocking out the 2016 Rio Olympics gold medallist and two-time former world champion Chen Long of China at 15-21 21-16 21-16 in the day’s longest match lasting 79 minutes Chen’s female counterpart Spaniard Carolina Marin who had also bagged the 2014 and 2015 world titles and the 2016 Olympic gold medal was shown the exit door by South Korea’s Lee Jang Mi at 21-18 21-19 in 52 minutes The left-handed Spanish ace who had shown a return to form by winning the Japan Open Superseries once again finds herself in the wilderness with successive early tournament defeats on the European circuit at the hands of Saina Nehwal and Lee Of the two Indian doubles combinations left in the fray after the initial exchanges on Wednesday the women’s doubles pairing of Ashwini Ponnappa and N Sikki Reddy who had beaten an English duo on the opening day of the French Open came a cropper against the powerful top-seeded Japanese twosome of Ayaka Takahashi and Misaki Matsutomo at 21-16 21-14 The Indians were unable to make any impression on the water-tight defence of the World No 1 pair But there was a most encouraging result for the youthful men’s doubles pair of Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty who achieved what was arguably the best result of their fledgling career as a unit The Indians lowered the colours of the World’s No 6 ranked men’s team of Mads Pieler Kolding and Mads-Conrad Pedersen at 22-20 12-21 21-19 Despite being swept off their feet in the middle game Rankireddy and Shetty maintained their cool in the first and third games to win the points that mattered in the ultimate analysis The Indians’ reward was a quarter-final meeting on Friday with the world’s top ranked combination of Denmark’s Mathias Boe and Carsten Mogensen who would be looking to shrug off their shock exit at the same last-eight stage of their home tournament last week and to go all the way in this one Written by Syed Khalique Ahmed | Ahmedabad | Published: May 3 2012 5:10 am Related News The cotton acreage in the state has doubled in the last one decade while area for food-grain production has come downshows state agriculture department’s data Almost 33 per cent of total 89 lakh hectares is under cotton cultivation This year’s cotton acreage is a little above 30 lakh hectares According to expertsthe cotton cultivation is expected to go up further next season if the recent decision of the Central Government to allow export under the open general license (OGL) is allowed to continue Both the Congress and the BJP are pressing for continuation of OGL for cotton as the December 2012 Assembly elections in the state is approaching fast The officials in the state agriculture ministry said the main reason for the increase of acreage under cotton was the availability of Bt cotton seeds as these are resistant to pests and insectsand increase the productivity and better prices. 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