26 October 2008

Space Solar News

From: http://indiapost.com/article/usnews/4044/
Targeting India on climate change is unfair: PranabSunday, 10.05.2008, 09:24pm (GMT-7)India Post News Service. Indian External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee before an enlightened audience at the Asia Society in New York on Sept 30...his speech on 'India and Global Challenges: Climate Change and Energy Security', which was part of a series of talks by Asian leaders hosted by the Asia Society at its New York headquarters in conjunction with the opening of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) from September 22 to October 3.
"Later, during a question-answer session, the External Affairs Minister said that despite having vast deposits of thorium, India could not pursue production of nuclear energy as access to critical nuclear technology was denied to it over the last 30 years. He said India was now collaborating closely with the US to tap space solar power."
His remarks follow the call at the 2007 International Astronomical Congress for a Global Aerospace Mission in Space and Energy to realize Space Solar Power. Dr. Kalam's speech here, particularly about 40 minutes in:
And Dr. Kalam (then India's President), laid out space as among the greenest technologies, laying out the challenge of space solar power:
Perhaps significant, considering the recent headline:
Obama says India will be top priority
A stronger relationship with India and a close strategic partnership will be a 'top priority' of a Barack Obama administration, says the Democratic presidential candidate. "The US should be working with India on a range of critical issues from preventing terrorism to promoting peace and stability in Asia," Senator Obama said in an exclusive interview. "Joe Biden and I will make building a stronger relationship, including a close strategic partnership, with India a top priority." On his agenda for working with New Delhi, he said, "I also believe India is a natural strategic partner for America in the 21st century and that the US should be working with India on a range of critical issues from preventing terrorism to promoting peace and stability in Asia."
This follows earlier, and longstanding remarks of his running mate:
Biden (D-DE) called U.S. ties with India the “single most important relationship that we have to get right for our own safety's sake” (Rediff.com).
And for the United States, no relationship is more important than the one we are building with India.” — Senator Joseph Biden, November 16, 2006


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