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September 26 2016 REUTERS/Brendan McDermid Top News Hon’ble President On behalf of India and on my own behalf I congratulate you on your election as President of the 71st United Nations General Assembly Let me also take this opportunity to thank Secretary General Ban Ki Moon for his services to the United Nationshistory’s largest peace movement Mr President A year has passed since I stood here at this hallowed podium to address the members of the international community Since then much has changed in the world around us – some for the better some for the worse and much which has been cause of great concern There can be no better platform to ponder our actions and our achievements over the last year We must remember that we will be defined not just by our actions but equally by our inaction WATCH VIDEO: Sushma Swaraj Hits Out At Pakistan In Her UNGA Address: Analysing Her Speech Mr President A number of issues have been debated in this august Assembly – from the necessity of global partnerships in sharing new vaccines and promoting access to affordable drugs to counter anti-microbial resistance to the need for faster implementation of the Sendai Framework to mitigate the risk of natural disasters From the challenge of ensuring well-ordered mobility of productive human resources to the necessity of adequate consultations with Troop Contributing Countries before framing mandates for UN Peacekeeping Operations But my time is limited I would therefore focus only on some of the most pressing issues facing the international community Mr President The true challenge of our time is to end the curse of harsh poverty that still lurks in so many corners of our world; to ensure that the fruits of growing prosperity reach those who need it most; to take forward the mission of gender equality and protect women where there is gender regression; and to ensure peace across boundaries not least because there can be no prosperity without peace I congratulate you for the priority you have given to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by making them the theme for the 71st UNGA I am happy that the 17 goals adopted by this Assembly are matched by the development vision of my Government which is geared towards the achievement of these same objectives Under the Swachh Bharat Mission (Clean India Campaign) more than 400000 toilets have been constructed in schools The Beti Bachao Beti Padhao (Educate the Girl Child Save the Girl Child) programme has become a nation-wide mission The Make in India brand is receiving international acclaim Almost 250 million bank accounts have been opened for the poor under the Jan Dhan Yojana the largest financial inclusion programme the world has ever seen Digital India is transforming the country Under the Skill India initiative a number of programmes are underway to enable youth to reap the demographic dividend These initiatives have added a new dimension to India’s growth story making it the fastest growing major economy in the world at a time of slow global growth Mr President We are all aware that 1/6th of humanity lives in India Therefore global success in realizing SDGs depends on the success achieved in India We are committed to the wholehearted implementation of the Agenda 2030 as a national effort We have decided to dedicate one day in each session of our Parliament for discussions only on SDGs This will enable us to constantly monitor their progress and this will give us good results However in a globalised world national effort needs to be supplemented by international cooperation for the successful implementation of Agenda 2030 Mr President Climate change is yet another serious challenge confronting us There are enough resources on this planet to fulfil everyone’s needs but not enough to fulfil anyone’s greed for greed is limitless In this context PM Modi has championed a new concept – Climate JusticeIf we respect nature nature will respect and nurture us and future generations But if we exploit nature mindlessly then we must be mindful that nature will unleash its fury upon us In different parts of the world we have already seen nature drift towards the unnatural – from torrential rain to excessive heat from tsunamis to storms and cloudbursts We must curb reckless consumption and adopt lifestyles in harmony with nature Yoga the storehouse of India’s ancient wisdom epitomises a sustainable lifestyle Let me record our gratitude for the unprecedented global response to the International Day of Yoga In the Paris Agreement the principle of ‘Common but Differentiated Responsibilities’ and ‘Respective Capabilities’ has been acknowledged and accepted This makes clear that while our responsibility is common obligations are different Developed nations must discharge their responsibility in the search for the common good with finance and technology transfer India has launched an ambitious domestic effort to transform our energy mix to achieve 40% energy from non-fossil fuel sources by 2030 The massive investments required entail a predictable and stable environment towards which we are working actively Apart from this our path-breaking initiative for an International Solar Alliance is intended to make efficient solar technology available for all I assure this Assembly that India will continue to play a leading role in combating climate change We have decided to submit our Instrument of Ratification of the Paris Agreement on October 2 the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi who epitomised a lifestyle with the smallest carbon footprint Mr President Let me now turn to a subject of the most critical importance one which deeply concerns every member of this Assembly This month we marked the 15th Anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks on this city Tragically less than 15 days ago another attempt at killing innocents was made through an act of terror in this same city We who have suffered in Uri recently understand the pain inflicted by the same forces The world has been battling this scourge for long However despite the blood and tears of innocent victims attacks this year alone in Kabul and Dhaka Istanbul and Mogadishu Brussels and Bangkok Paris Pathankot and Uri as well as daily barbaric tragedies in Syria and Iraq remind us that these malevolent forces are yet to be defeated We must acknowledge that terrorism is undoubtedly the biggest violation of human rights It targets the innocent and kills indiscriminately Terrorism has gone way beyond affecting individuals or nations – it is a crime against humanity itself But it is important to ask – who is behind this and who benefits from itTerrorists do not own banks or weapons factories so let us ask the real question: who finances these terrorists who arms them and provides sanctuaries We heard similar questions being asked by Afghanistan from this podium Mr President History proves that those who seed extremist ideologies reap a bitter harvest The germ of evil has grown into a hydra-headed monster backed by technological sophistication that threatens the peace and harmony of our world We will not be able to win against terrorism by making specious distinctions between your problems and mine between terrorists who attack you and those who attack me For we do not know who this Frankenstein’s monster will devour next Therefore if we want to defeat terrorism there is only one way – that we unite across our differences add steel to our resolve and inject urgency in our response We need to forget our prejudices and join hands together to script an effective strategy against terror This is not an impossible task provided we have the will We can do it we must do it Otherwise our future generations will forever hold us to account And if any nation refuses to join this global strategy then we must isolate it In our midst there are nations that still speak the language of terrorism that nurture it peddle it and export it To shelter terrorists has become their calling card We must identify these nations and hold them to account These nations in which UN declared terrorists roam freely lead processions and deliver their poisonous sermons of hate with impunity are as culpable as the very terrorists they harbour Such countries should have no place in the comity of nations Mr President On 21st September the Prime Minister of Pakistan used this podium to make baseless allegations about human rights violations in my country I can only say that those accusing others of human rights violations would do well to introspect and see what egregious abuses they are perpetrating in their own country including in Balochistan The brutality against the Baloch people represents the worst form of State oppression Mr President The Prime Minister of Pakistan also said that India has placed pre-conditions for talks which are not acceptable to him What pre-conditions Did we impose any pre-condition before extending an invitation for the oath-taking ceremony of our Government Did we impose any pre-condition when I went to Islamabad for the Heart of Asia conference and agreed to begin the Comprehensive Bilateral Dialogue Did we impose any pre-condition when Prime Minister Modi travelled from Kabul to Lahore What pre-conditions We took the initiative to resolve issues not on the basis of conditions but on the basis of friendship We have in fact attempted a paradigm of friendship in the last two years which is without precedent We conveyed Eid greetings to the Prime Minister of Pakistan wished success to his cricket team extended good wishes for his health and well being Did all this come with pre-conditions attached And what did we get in return Pathankot Bahadur Ali and Uri Bahadur Ali is a terrorist in our custody whose confession is a living proof of Pakistan’s complicity in cross-border terror But when confronted with such evidence Pakistan remains in denial It persists in the belief that such attacks will enable it to obtain the territory it covets My firm advice to Pakistan is: abandon this dream Let me state unequivocally that Jammu and Kashmir is an integral part of India and will always remain so Mr President As I said at the very beginning we will be judged by our action and equally by our inaction What goals have we achieved and what objectives remain unfulfilled I would like to highlight two such pending tasks of this Assembly The CCIT was proposed by India in 1996 In 2016 despite the passage of two decades we are yet to come to a conclusion As a result we are unable to develop a norm under which terrorists shallbe prosecuted or extradited Therefore it is my appeal that this General Assembly acts with fresh resolve and urgency to adopt this critical Convention Just as we need a more contemporary approach to combating terrorism we also need a less outdated Security Council that continues to reflect the world order of an earlier era The vast majority of nations share the belief that the UN should not remain frozen in 1945 just to serve the interests of a few Whether it is institutions or issues we must come to terms with present day realities and the challenges that confront us An expansion in the Permanent and non-Permanent membership of the Council to reflect contemporary realities is therefore an urgent necessity We must move forward substantively towards text-based negotiations Mr President If both these long pending issues are addressed during your Presidency the success of this Session will be ensured The 21st century has begun in the shadow of turmoil but we can turn this into a golden age in the history of civilization through united and concerted efforts But what happens tomorrow will depend on what we do today Thank you For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Shaji Vikraman | Mumbai/ New Delhi | Updated: July 6 2016 1:18 pm Prime Minister Manmohan Singh with RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan at a meeting in New Delhi (Source: PTI/File) Related News Raghuram Rajan was handpicked in 2008 to be advisor to the Prime Minister and later wanted to be considered for the job of RBI governor then PM Manmohan Singh has revealed Rajan became RBI governor in 2013 and last month said he would not opt for a second term Also read | 25 years on Manmohan Singh has a regret: In crisis we act When it’s over back to status quo Asked about the challenges involved in lateral entry in the government Singh said (in an interview conducted before Rajan announced his exit): “…We managed to bring in Raghuram Rajan I spotted him and first engaged him as an honorary advisor to the Prime Minister Then when the position of the chief economic advisor fell vacant we got him there and he told us that when the time for the RBI governorship comes he should be considered for the job I was able to honour that commitment P Chidambaram agreed with me and that appointment turned out to be a creative one” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Lucknow | Updated: June 8 2014 4:17 pm Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav Related News Promising swift action in the murder of BJP leader Vijay Pandit in Gautam Buddha Nagar Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on Sunday said the culprits will not be spared The CM said that anyone found guilty in the incident would not be spared Akhilesh directed senior officials to reach the spot and thoroughly investigate all aspects of the case a home department spokesman here said “Last night till 3am we were monitoring Very senior officials IG (Noida Zone) Alok DIG DM have gone there” Deepak Singhal Principal Secretary in the Uttar Pradesh Home Department said “It’s a saddening incident but the administration and our CM has decided to firstly take the law and order situation under control and secondly to arrest those responsible as soon as possible and take strict action” Singhal added BJP leader and Dadri Nagar Panchayat Chairman Geeta Pandit’s husband Vijay Pandit was shot dead by four assailants in Dadri area on Saturday night His supporters torched 16 vehicles near Dadri police station and pelted stones at a police team Police had to resort to aerial firing to control the mob The clashes between the two sides continued till late last night Four persons were today detained for questioning in connection with Pandit’s murder For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pranav Kulkarni | Kurthala | Updated: March 29 2015 3:30 am Sunita Devi mother-in-law of Lt Kiran Shekhawat in Kurthala Related News On March 23 a day before she died in a Dornier aircraft crash Lt Kiran Shekhawat spoke to her mother-in-law Sunita Devi for about 20 minutes She had received her transfer orders and was to report to Kochi on April 10 After being away from her husband Vivek Chhoker for more than a year she couldn’t wait to start living together in Kochi But on Sunday — the day Sunita was to leave for Goa to help Kiran pack her bags — she will now be attending her funeral The Chhokers got the bad news at 130 am on March 24 “It was Vivek My husband picked up the phone and dropped it the next moment Share This Article Related Article Vivek had called to say there was a Dornier crash and Kiran was in the aircraft” Sunita the sarpanch of Kurthala in Haryana said The family which has four Navy sailors braced for the worst “Vivek travelled to Goa by train On Thursday evening it was confirmed that the body of his wife was located by Navy divers in the wreckage of the Dornier” said Jayprakash Singh Chhoker Vivek”s cousin and a retired store petty officer Kiran’s body which was flown to Delhi at 4 pm on Saturday will be taken to the village on Sunday morning when the last rites would be performed with full militaryhonours in the presence of a Navy band Kiran and Vivek had celebrated their second marriage anniversary on February 5 The two took almost a month”s break to spend time together He drove from Ezhimala where he is currently posted to pick her up from Goa The two drove via Mumbai Udaipur Jaipur and Delhi and spent a day in the village with Vivek”s family on February 22 “She loved this village Being a Navy sailor”s daughter she had spent her childhood all over the country and was even in Japan for three years But she was a mix of modern and traditional values On one hand she would drive a Duster and on the other she would wear a ghunghat in the house and touch the elders” feet She was my daughter; we were never like in-laws She was the pride of my house and the entire village” Sunita said Earlier this year Sunita went to Delhi to see Kiran participate in the Republic Day parade in which she was part of the first women contingent “She would get up at 3 am and do a 12 km drill On Republic Day I watched her march in the parade… I felt so proud… After the parade she clicked pictures with me Despite her busy schedule she even came to the village for two hours” she said Sunita still remembers the first time she saw Kiran as a bride “I first met her in 2012 in Kochi A year later she walked into my house in a traditional Rajasthani chuda She was a beautiful girl… tomorrow I will send her with the same Rajasthani chuda” she said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News For all the latest Entertainment News, pen drives.
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