When Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi takes the applause at Wembley this evening he will be basking in familiar adulation. Immensely popular among the Indian diaspora, he could be forgiven for feeling somewhat more welcome here than back home.
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The helicopters have left, the blogs have been posted, and Pharrell Williams has proved a surprise hit, making many of us striving for decisive action on climate change very happy indeed. Left hanging in the Swiss mountain air around Davos, though, is the recognition that never has it been more
Mumbai, October. The monsoon has signed off with a final theatrical flourish in the form of a spectacular, tree-crashing thunderstorm. The heat is back – late 30s, unseasonably hot, even for India. And conference season is upon us.
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