The Conference of Parties (CoP-21) on global climate change is set to kick off today in Paris and will go on till December 11. In the aftermath of #ParisAttacks, the conference for the first time in over 20 years of UN negotiations, will aim to achieve a legally binding universal agreement on climate, hoping to keep global warming below 2 degree Celsius. The conference will also see Indian PM Narendra Modi rendezvous with the US President Barack Obama, review progress in bilateral relationship and discussion on regional and global issues including terrorism. » Nestle’s FDA nightmares are far from over, as it lands in yet another food sample controversy. After Maggi, the sample of macroni pasta was sent to National Food Analysis Laboratory, Lucknow on June 10, in which the lead content was found to be much more than the permissible limit. Addressing the media, designated officer for FDA Mr. Arvind Yadav said that “Nestle were sent a letter over a month ago intimating them about the results. They had a month’s time to appeal against the test but the letter sent by the FDA was not received by the company and was returned here”. Meanwhile, Nestle India today said its products are safe for consumption and it was not aware of any test.