Development not a green demon: Modi

April 2015
Telegraph (Calcutta, India);4/7/2015, p1
The article offers information a two-day conference organized by the Union environment ministry of India in New Delhi in April 2015. Topics of the conference include statement of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on development and protection of the environment by just following some points, views of former cabinet secretary T.S.R. Subramanian on raising levels of transparency and accountability, and views of Harak Singh Rawat, a minister from Congress-ruled Uttarakhand, India.


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