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Colonel Makoto Aoki from the Japanese army,Seychelles:Climate change poses serious threat to island nations like Seychelles as terrorism to the world Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said as he expressed India’s deep commitment to combat global warming Prime Minister Narendra Modi PTI "The world must come together and talk about climate change as we discuss terror" Modi said during a civic reception accorded to him at the Palais des Sports here He said people living in small islands do not care about who is making nuclear bomb but they do bother about the global warming as it is linked with their survival "Today small small countries which are based on island they don’t think about who is making nuclear bomb but they think about the global warming because if it continues they apprehend whether they would be alive or not Whether their island would submerge in water "To save the world not only those who live on island but the entire world will have to discuss and work in this regard The world have to discuss climate change on the same level as they do discuss terrorism It poses a serious threat as terrorism" Modi said Earlier the Prime Minister said India was deeply committed to combat the climate change "We had strong convergence of views on climate change We are two nations that are vulnerable to its impact" he said after holding talks with Seychelles President James Alix Michel Modi the first Prime Minister to visit Seychelles in 34 years stressed on India’s shared commitment to strong national action to combat climate change He also called for a strong and ambitious global effort especially from the developed world on climate change "I reiterated our consistent support to the position of the Small Island Developing States Equally I renewed India’s strong commitment to our partnership with Africa" he added Last year in December negotiators from over 190 countries adopted a compromise draft for national pledges to cut global carbon emissions at marathon UN climate talks in Peruvian capital Lima that paved way for a new ambitious and binding deal to be signed in Paris this year to combat climate change PTI Written by Rahul Sadhu | Published: June 30 2017 10:08 pm Solomon Mire hit his maiden ODI century to help Zimbabwe beat Sri Lanka (Source: Zimbabwe Twitter) Top News Riding high on a brilliant hundred by Solomon Mire the Zimbabwean cricket team scripted a historic win over rivals Sri Lanka in the first ODI at Galle It was a monumental occasionfor Galle as it was hosting its first ODI in 17 years and the visitorsmade sure that this moment remains etched in cricketing history Set a target of 317 to chase Zimbabwe had a wobbly start but soon Solomon Mire andSean Williams steadied the ship and forged a brilliant partnership to take their side to an epic win Subsequently a number of records tumbled down as new ones emerged to take their place Incidentally this was Zimbabwe’s first win in any form of cricket in Sri Lanka However this wasnot the only record that was set by the African nation 317 is also the highest run-chase by any team against Sri Lanka in ODIs in Sri Lanka This was for the first time that a 300 plus total was chased down in the 296 ODIs that was played in Sri Lanka This was also Zimbabwe’s second highest run-chase in ODI’s with the highest being 329 against New Zealand The primary reason behind this record was Soloman Mire who recorded his personal best of 112 His innings was the cornerstone of Zimbabwe’s win While the Sri Lankan side will be distraught with the loss they did have a few reasons to cheer for Kusal Mendis became the third fastest Sri Lankan to score 1000 ODI runs WhileUpul Tharanga became yet another Sri Lankan batsman to enter the 6000-run club himself For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Editorial | Published: August 26 2016 12:01 am Top News From Karl Marx to Lord Krishna is a leap of faith for communists Last Janmashtami the CPM in Kerala had attempted it only to fall foul of both non-religious fellow travellers and the religiously inclined The baby communist Krishnas — little children dressed up as Balkrishna — who marched with placards that had photographs of Marx Lenin EMS and Harkishen Singh Surjeet among others did not amuse anyone The project was abandoned after party leaders failed to convince even cadres that it was sound politics This Janmashtami comrades have changed track and the marches are more in sync with their stated political beliefs On Wednesday the Kerala CPM launched a four-day long celebration Nammalonnu (We Are One) to reiterate the oneness of all human beings It helped that these days fall between the birthdays of Chattambi Swamikal and Mahatma Ayyankali two reformers who laid the foundations of Kerala’s social and cultural enlightenment in the 19th and 20th centuries While Ayyankali championed Dalit self-respect and political emancipation Swamikal born in an upper caste family spoke out against caste discrimination Basically the CPM initiative is more about countering the Sangh Parivar mobilisations during Janmashtami The parivar has been using Hindu religious festivals to reach out to believers and organise them around the religious identity The disinclination of the political Left in Kerala to associate with religion publically can be said to have allowed the parivar a relatively marginal force until recently to occupy this space Rising religiosity in society also allowed the parivar to derive legitimacy for their mobilisations But with the BJP gaining electoral influence a wary CPM seems to have decided against allowing any social space or icons to be appropriated by political rivals The BJP state chief has described the CPM initiative as a shift from Marx to Maharshi The banter hopefully will be shared by their respective cadres who have been clashing violently in many parts of the state Marx and Maharshi need to coexist peacefully For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsThe baby screamed in protest She crawled as far as the rope tied around her waist allowed Her screams rose above the gentle murmurs of the river A large scaly beast emerged quietly from the water and lumbered towards the child A loud explosion rent the air stopping the crocodile in its tracks and silencing the baby’s cries The crocodile thrashed for a few seconds before dying A white hunter emerged from behind a bush and walked over to the dead crocodile His assistant untied the toddler and she started bawling her head off Back in the village the hunter a former officer of the British army paid the child’s mother the equivalent of 6 cents The baby proved to be his most successful crocodile bait getting him more than 100 crocodiles in this manner "She was a real siren in luring the big reptiles to their fate and I was sorry to see her grow and get too big for bait and have to give her up" wrote the hunter This account of hunting crocodiles in India is based on his letter published on 1 July 1894 in the New York-based newspaper The Sun He claimed all a hunter had to do was announce his intention to go hunting for crocodiles and mothers flocked to him offering their babies as bait “Some mothers required a guarantee that their offspring should be returned safe and sound but the most of them exacted no such agreement The babies were brought back alright as a rule but once in a while some sportsman was a trifle slow with his rifle or made a bad shot and the crocodile got away with the bait but that didn’t happen often” Babies that cried loudly were the best bait "I’ve seen half a dozen crocodiles come hurrying from as many different parts of the river toward a baby five minutes after it was set” he wrote A rifle shot would kill one and send the rest diving into the water But these hunters were apparently not heartless ‘A considerate sportsman though would not work his baby more than fifteen minutes at a time Then he will have his native servant soothe it and refresh it from a nursing bottle which is part of a crocodile hunter’s equipment’ India was not an exception If such news reports are to be believed hunters’ use of human babies appears to have been prevalent in Sri Lanka and the United States Sri Lankan herpetologists Anslem de Silva and Ruchira Somaweera dug up a set of three illustrations published on 21 January 1888 in a newspaper in London The Graphic The first shows a European hunter measuring the spoor of a crocodile to estimate its size The second illustrates the man negotiating with a native family for a baby In the third he shoots a croc that approached the tethered baby The set of three illustrations published in The Graphic 21 January 1888 Image Courtesy:De Silva and Somaweera From 1888 Although he was successful.

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