Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Thursday left for Rio De Janeiro to attend the Rio+20 summit, the three-day meeting to be attended by 193 nations.
Reflecting the concerns of India, the Rio+20 Summit has said that developing countries needed additional resources for sustainable development.
PM Manmohan Singh on Friday left for Pretoria, South Africa, on his way back home after attending the Rio+20 summit on global development.
Three regional organisations have inked two historic agreements to co-operate on dealing with the effects of climate change and to promote sustainable development at a Commonwealth event held at the Rio+20 Earth Conference here.
The Rio+20 summit was formally thrown open by UN chief Ban Ki-moon, bringing together representatives of 191 UN members.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Wednesday arrived in Rio de Janeiro to attend Rio+20 summit on global development.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Wednesday left for Rio De Janeiro to attend the Rio+20 summit, the three-day meeting to be attended by 193 nations.
Cuban President Raul Castro and visiting President Mahinda Rajapaksa of Sri Lanka have agreed to further strengthen cooperation between their countries.
Manmohan Singh arrived en route to attend the G-20 Summit in Mexico, which is taking place in the shadow of the economic crisis in the Eurozone.
PM leaves for Mexico and Brazil on Saturday for 2 important summits to address challenges of current economic meltdown and environmental degradation.`
The world`s surging population is a big driver of environmental woes but the issue is complex and solutions are few.
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