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New species of Gecko discovered in Chhattisgarh forest
Times of India

New species of Gecko discovered in Chhattisgarh forest

RAIPUR: A new species of gecko "EUBLEPHARIS SATPURAENSIS" (reptile) has been discovered for the first time in Chhattisgarh's rich biodiversity forest at Bhoramdeo Wildlife Sanctuary in Kawardha district. The population of the new species looks quite ... Economic Times, 1 week ago

Wildlife conservationist dies in road mishap

Nagpur: Anoop Kumar Awasthi, assistant director of Satpuda Foundation, died on Saturday morning in a road accident in Seoni. Working for more than ten years in wildlife conservation, Awasthi played a key role in providing livelihood to tribals ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

Farmers urged to shun use of chemical fertilizers to save biodiversity

NAGPUR: Satpuda Foundation, an NGO working for community-based wildlife conservation in Satpuda landscape in Central India, celebrated International Biodiversity Day with tribal villages situated in the buffer zones of six tiger reserves. United ...
 Times of India2 months ago

Celebrating tigers with a day full of events

Nagpur: Awareness programmes and celebrations will mark Global Tiger Day in the city on Friday. Various events will be organized in villages in and around protected areas too, aiming to increase awareness on tigers and ensure participation among ...
 Times of India1 day ago

HC warns NHAI against variance in NH-7 structures

Nagpur: The Nagpur Bench of Bombay High Court, consisting of Justice Bhushan Gavai and Justice VM Deshpande, on Thursday warned the (NHAI) that there should be no variance in wildlife mitigation structures. The matter pertaining to mitigation ...
 Times of India1 day ago

Heavy showers heal drought scars in parched regions

The number of tankers supplying drinking water to parched Ahmednagar district has gone down from 824 in June to 550 at present. The situation, however, remains grim in Karjat and Ahmednagar talukas of the district. "The situation in dry Jamkhed, ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

Solar grid in Pench buffer zone village eradicates power poverty

Nagpur: Not so long ago, villagers of obscure Ghatpendhri, 110km from here in the buffer zone of Pench Tiger Reserve, had to go 40-50km to recharge their mobiles when power went off. Today, the village is running on a mini solar grid, giving them ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago

Banning private cars in Karhandla, Sillari must not be an exercise in regulation

Nagpur: The decision to ban private jeeps and cars for jungle safaris in Umred-Karhandla Wildlife Sanctuary ( UKWS ) and Sillari in Pench has evoked mixed reactions, with most of the conservationists welcoming it but also sounding a note of caution ...
 Times of India4 weeks ago

Plunging pound immediate concern after Brexit

Nagpur: The British currency crashed in foreign exchange markets after the referendum results showed that majority of Britain favoured leaving European Union. While the long-term impact related to policies will be known later on, the immediate ...
 Times of India1 month ago

QS IMPACT awards recognise staff, student mobility

A student from the University of Strathclyde in Scotland has been awarded the QS Unisolutions 2016 IMPACT Award for Best Student Mobility Experience for his work on a project to create sustainable energy sources in Gambia. A professor from ...
 PIE News1 month ago
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