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US to study NE climate change


The United States of America is interested to do research on the renewable energy sources in the north eastern region.


Disclosing this n Saturday, US envoy to India Peter Burleigh said that the country would send a team of research experts to study the region’s climatic change.


Talking to reporters in Guwahati on Saturday, he evinced keen interest to engage American companies to be associated with the nuclear plants in India.


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