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Farmers urged to shun use of chemical fertilizers to save biod...

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 India, 1 month 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 India4 days 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 week ago

BJPS NAGDWAR DENOTICATION WAS REJECTED BY CONG THREE YEARS AGO

Nagpur: Three years after the standing committee of National Board for Wildlife ( NBWL ) turned down the proposal for de-notifying Nagdwar , Mahadev and Chouragarh pilgrimage sites from Satpuda Tiger Reserve ( STR ), the proposal is suddenly being ...
 Times of India1 week ago

Pilgrims say denotification will make things easier

Nagpur: Devotees who trek tough terrains during the Nagdwar and Mahadev pilgrimage have welcomed the move for diverting forest land from the Satpuda Tiger Reserve (STR). According to them, the de-notification will result in smooth conduct of the ...
 Times of India1 week ago

Finally, green soldiers find place in wildlife board

Nagpur: The government has finally appointed full quota of NGO representatives and experts on the state board for wildlife (SBWL) headed by chief minister, a year after it was reorganized. A notification appointing five experts was issued on June ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

Nilgai culling: After Maneka Gandhi's outburst, AWBI takes issue up with environment ministry

NEW DELHI: While the environment ministry has defended the permission it had given for culling Nilgai and other 'vermin,' the Animal Welfare Board of India (AWBI) has stepped in to take up the issue officially with the ministry, following an ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago

Eurasian otter spotted in STR and Kanha-Penchcorridor

TheMadhya Pradesh forest departments camera trap exercise in concert with NGO Wildlife Conservation Trust (WCT) has for the first time captured photographic evidence of the near-threatened Eurasian otter in Satpuda Tiger Reserve (STR) and ...
 Yahoo! India3 weeks ago

Panel to make SOP for tigers

Nagpur: Chief wildlife warden Shree Bhagwan on Wednesday formed a seven-member panel to train and rear abandoned tiger cubs and reunite them in nature. The panel will be headed by APCCF (wildlife), Nagpur, and ACF under him will be member-secretary.
 Times of India3 weeks ago

Children, women from tribal villages help water conservation

In a unique initiative, village children, youngsters and women in tribal villages living around six tiger reserves in central India came out to provide water for wildlife. Under the banner of Satpuda Foundation, they seek to clean and de-silt around 76 ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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