India emphasized in the United Nations General Assembly, collective efforts will lead to sustainable development

India emphasized in the United Nations General Assembly, collective efforts will lead to sustainable development

India reiterated in the United Nations General Assembly that sustainable development will only be achieved through collective efforts and India will continue to work in this direction. On the issue of sustainable development at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), India's First Secretary to the United Nations Sneha Dubey said, "We believe that India's human-centred approach will be beneficial to the global good." On the issue of global climate action, the First Secretary said that it is important that there is concrete action with words. India is the only country in the G20, which is moving towards meeting the goals of Paris.

First Secretary said - Human centric approach will lead to global good

A global net-zero should be based on the principle of separable responsibility and equality. To free up carbon space in 2050 for developing countries to develop, developed countries must net-minus. The Indian diplomat said that a huge gap still exists in achieving the commitment of US$ 100 billion for climate action by developed countries. "Our initiatives like the International Solar Alliance and the Coalition for Disaster Resilient Infrastructure are examples of India's contribution to the global climate partnership," he said.

Increase in forest area in India

The First Secretary said that India has now become one of the top three countries that have achieved growth in forest cover in the last decade. “About three million hectares of forest area has been added in the same period. We are happy to report that there has been a significant increase in the population of lions, tigers, leopards and dolphins in the Ganges river in India in the last five to seven years. Highlighting the threat of land degradation, Dubey said India has worked to implement the United Nations Convention on Combating Desertification, which aims not only to prevent environmental degradation but also to regain it.

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When Sunny Leone was asked such a question by the journalist, the actress slapped her in anger

When Sunny Leone was asked such a question by the journalist, the actress slapped her in anger

There is no dearth of fans of Bollywood actress Sunny Leone. But Sunny's journey in Bollywood, who made her mark as the first porn star, was not so easy. But he made a different identity in the industry with his hard work. In such a situation, today we are telling you about an anecdote related to Sunny.

the past never leaves us

It is said that the past never leaves us. Similarly, many times Sunny Leone's past also comes in front of her. When Sunny is asked questions related to her past, she gets upset. A similar incident happened with Sunny in the year 2016. During this, she went to Surat to celebrate Holi with her fans in Gujarat. At the same time, during a program, she was asked such a question, hearing which she became uncomfortable and red with anger.

You are also a porn star

Actually, a person had asked him that you have also been a porn star and now you are a Bollywood star, then what do you charge for the night program. On hearing this question, Sunny got so angry that he slapped the person. After this there was a lot of ruckus but she remained on her stand. Later, the person asking the question was also punished for public indecency. But later Sunny Leone's husband said that the news going on in the media is rubbish. Nothing of the sort had happened.

people were becoming uncomfortable accepting

Let us tell you that before coming to Hindi films, Sunny Leone had to face many types of opposition. Indian audiences and people were feeling uncomfortable accepting his background. Because of this, the producers and directors did not give him the role. In India, he started getting noticed with the film 'Jism 2' directed by Pooja Bhatt. Sunny met the acting criteria in this film, after which she started getting many projects and thus she became a Bollywood actress from an adult star.

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