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December , 2014
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India against keeping poverty reduction priority out of climate pact

Source: Mint, Date: December , 2014

India on Wednesday reiterated its commitment to “protecting the interests of the poor” at the Lima Climate Change talks, challenging rich nations who want to keep poverty eradication out of a list of priorities for developing countries in a new climate pact to be signed next year in Paris. At Lima, nations were expected to spell out only the nature of the Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs) that each country has to give for the new agreement to be signed by 2015-end. 

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