Nov 7, 2007

[இந்தியா] சமச்சீரின்மை - ட்ரைய்லர் 4

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"I am sorry to say this, but we are headed toward really bad days," IEA chief economist Fatih Birol told TIME this week. "Lots of targets have been set but very little has been done. There is a lot of talk and no action." .

The reason for the IEA's alarm is its expectation that economic development will raise global energy demands by about 50% in a generation, from today's 85 million barrels a day to about 116 million barrels a day in 2030. Nearly half that increase in demand will come from just two countries — China and India, which are electrifying hundreds of cities and putting millions of new cars on their roads, most driven by people who once walked, or rode bicycles and buses. By 2030, those two countries will be responsible for two-thirds of the world's carbon gas emissions, which are the primary human activity causing global warming .

India and China have argued against enforcing strict emission controls in their countries, on the grounds that these could hinder their economic growth and prompt a global economic slowdown. But the new IEA report says working with China and India on alternative energy sources and curbing emissions is a matter of global urgency.

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Yet, from the time Sonia Gandhi and the Prime Minister last month pulled back from the political-precipice edge, the US has piled up pressure on New Delhi, leaving no stone unturned to rescue the deal. Remember how President George W. Bush anxiously sought to reach the PM by telephone while the latter was travelling in Africa? This week, US secretary of state Condoleezza Rice called foreign minister Pranab Mukherjee to convey the same message — in the words of her spokesperson, "to urge the Indian government to move forward with this deal."

To personally lobby Indian leaders, the White House sent treasury secretary Henry M. Paulson and former secretary of state Henry Kissinger in recent days. And as if India were a Pakistan, where Washington brokered a Pervez Musharraf-Benazir Bhutto deal to help keep its pet dictator in power, the US is trying to cut a deal between the Congress party and BJP, so as to save another deal dear to it.

By pulling out all the stops, the signs of desperation have become unmistakeable. In fact, since that famous Bush call to Singh, no day has passed without some senior US official, diplomat or congressman telling India why it should seize the deal as a golden opportunity not to be missed. The US ambassador to India, for his part, has seemingly returned to his old marketing job, hawking the deal door-to-door — from South Block offices to the homes of important politicians in town.

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