IPCC Chairman quits over Sexual Harassment charges

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New Delhi: Rajendra Pachauri, UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Chairman, quits from his post over sexual harassesment charges.

Pachauri, who had held the post since 2002 pulled out of an IPCC meeting in Kenya after Delhi police started investigation on the charges of sexual harassment filed by a female researcher in India.

Pachauri, 74, has denied all the charges leveled against him.