An article this week in India’s Economic Times newspaper reported on a formal complaint lodged with the Delhi police of sexual harassment from an employee of The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) against one of its directors, a certain RK Pachuari, who also happens to be the chairman of the IPCC. Obviously there’s no conflict of interests in holding down both posts. The 75-year-old is accused by a 29-year-old woman of inappropriate and unwelcome advances, even after she’d repeatedly indicated any infatuation was not returned.

The article has been taken down from the paper’s website because of what looks to be an injunction, commonly called a gagging order, by the Indian courts but you can still find screen print copies of the article in these two pictures here and here (H/T Ric Werme). Given that the respected daily also has a reasonable paper circulation in which the story has already appeared on the…

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