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all parents of students, who claimed she had “deliberately failed” them. Travis shared on his Instagram a picture of him with Ora, Following the meeting, The investigation unravels the murky and labyrinthine lives, And he has just finally taken off on his own.He shares great chemistry with his own sidekick (played by Subhrajit Dutta) and the quips on the latter’s lack of command over English are quite funny The film’s background score by Tabla maestro Bickram Ghosh deserves a special mention Fast-paced and hauntingly slow at times the music is well-suited to a Bengali James Bond-ish movie and carries the twists and turns of Shabor’s investigation well What sets Ebar Shabor apart from other recent Bengali detective films is its exploration of the human psyche through all the characters The entire cast delivers superbly frame after frame There is nothing suave about Shabor Dasgupta but the direct gaze power-walk undercurrent of humour between goenda (detective) and assistant and the intricate investigations hold great promise for a long series shrutichakraborty@expressindiacom For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express AppWritten by Dhiraj Nayyar | Published: December 11 2009 3:13 am Related News Indias negotiations at the Copenhagen climate summit got off to the worst possible start with two senior negotiators expressing dissentpubliclyover the governments decision to move from per capita emissions to a moderate voluntary cut in emissions intensity of GDP In the battle of attrition that international negotiations often turn out to bea serious division of opinion in any negotiating team can end up being a major handicap that simply strengthens the hand of rival negotiators That the official Indian delegation is a divided house (never mind the fact that the two dissenters have been persuaded to join) is now well known And its not just the dissenters who are responsible for giving that impression The problems begin at the top The government seems to have two lead negotiators rather than oneand no one is quite sure where the buck finally stops There is the prime ministers special envoy on climate changeShyam Saranwho has been leading the talks on climate since the tenure of UPA-I In the absence of a weighty environment minister in UPA-Ithat worked out well enough Howeveronce the undoubtedly clever and competent Jairam Ramesh took office in UPA-IIthat situation was bound to change But the disarray and confusion in the negotiating team in Copenhagen is just the symptom of a bigger problem the general disinterest in the establishment (at the political level) in dealing with this important issue Somehowthe government has given the impression that either climate change was an issue on which India did not need to do anything at all (that would explain the continued insistence on the unsustainable and defensive per capita emissions as a target position until the last minute) or that at best it was an issue that should be left to bureaucrats and other experts to deal with What we seem to have completely overlooked is the huge politicaldiplomatic and economic opportunity for leadership on this critical issue So even when the government made a sensible shift to emissions intensity of GDPwith Jairam Rameshs speech in Parliamentit was probably too littletoo late The move just does not seem to have the kind of political support it deserves Our position still appears defensive why wont we even consider accepting international scrutiny of our voluntary targets And everyone from the G-77 to the G-7 is pointing fingers at India for being a thorn in the side of a potential agreement How did we land ourselves in such a bind Firstthe government should have accepted many months ago that climate change was a political issuenot a technical one Once that decision was madethe government should have worked to persuade public opinion that it was in Indias interest to do something about climate change There is enough scientific research to show that developing countries like India are likely to suffer the impact of climate change disproportionately more than the rich world It would have been even easier to convince public opinion and the wider polity that India had nothing to be defensive about on climate change Everyone agrees that the rich countries are largely responsible for the problem And even among developing countriesChina and Brazil have probably more to be defensive about Unlike tradewhere India once upon a time may have genuinely had reason to be defensive (we had amongst the highest trade barriers anywhere)on climate there is nothing to hide if anythingour limited manufacturing base and underdeveloped infrastructure when compared with China and Brazil has meant that our emissions are much lower But winning public opinion and the political debate may not have been enough There was bound to be opposition from industry Ficciin an unusual move from a chamber of industryhas officially opposed the governments emissions intensity of GDP target Yet againthe government missed a chance to highlight the economic opportunity for Indian industry and the economy at large from an agreement on climate change One of the key provisions of any agreement (or even national policies on climate change in rich countries) is for carbon offsets These offsets which may be valued in trillions of dollars will essentially transfer to developing countries for mitigation efforts China has already made use of offsets from the European carbon trading scheme to finance a number of renewable energy projects There would be opportunity for Indian entrepreneurs in this too But that is not all Despite all the doubts and problemswe can be reasonably sure that the world will eventually take action on reducing emissions For thistechnology is critical And when the change of technology takes placeit will be critical to be at the frontier of the new technology For Indian industryclimate change is a great opportunity to aspire to the technological frontier they have always trailed The government ought to have been more forceful in pointing this out By being defensiveChina will beat us to this too Once the domestic political and economic constituencies were satisfied that there was enough to gain by being positive and aggressive on climate changeIndia could have taken the diplomatic lead in international negotiations We could have finally emerged out of our conservative mentality that negotiations are only about giving in climateat least for usthere is more about taking And we should have been aggressive in cornering the rich countries to make the major concessions while being flexible ourselves Nowthat leadership opportunity is faint Stillall is not lost The negotiations will likely continue beyond Copenhagen to Bonn or Mexico City next year For the second roundthe government needs to put visible political weight behind our sensible position on emissions intensity And rethink partnerships On climatewe cannot ally with G-7 As an aspiring major powerand an economy growing at 8-9 per cent we should not automatically fall into G-77 Brazil and South Africawith smaller populations (and in Brazils case heavy forest cover)have very different interests from ours Sohow about a G-2 with China After allwe got our best ideaon voluntary emissions intensity cutsfrom them The writer is a senior editor with The Financial Express dhirajnayyar@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News where Gupta directed the “Vaastav” actor in a segment called “Rise & Fall”.400 men and women in the capital city of New Delhi on a host of issues including perceptions and history of sexual harassment, 2016 5:37 pm Hrithik Roshan’s Mohenjo Daro failed to sparkle at the box office despite the successful actor-director jodi of Hrithik and Ashutosh Gowariker coming together. “#Rustom starts with a bang… Leads by a big margin… Emerges 4th highest opener of 2016… Fri ?

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