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Gurugram: Residents demand Aravalli mountain range become prot...

Since Haryana has the second lowest forest cover in the country, residents of Gurugram came under one umbrella and demanded the authorities to notify the entire Aravalli mountain range as a protected forest zone. A huge fire breaks out inside a ... India Today, 1 month ago
Residents demand Aravalli declared protected forest zone Press Trust of India, 1 month ago

Fire in Aravalli forest area in Haryana

Gurgaon, Apr 14 (PTI) A major fire today broke out in forest area of Aravalli mountain here but no human casualty. The fire department control room received a complaint about the fire at 11 AM. More than 20 fire tenders and 10 teams of fire ...
 Press Trust of India1 month ago PTI - HR-FIRE - Fire in Aravalli forest area in Haryana  Namibia Press Agency1 month ago
Hindu Business Line

India File: Tangled in definition

Manra Moti, in his late 50s, got emotional when his house in Sawan Ka Kyara, a village located between the hillocks of Aravalli mountain range in Udaipur, lit up for the very first time. For Moti, the light from the LED bulb provided by Rural ...
 Hindu Business Line6 days ago

Coupled ecosystems of the Indian mountains

India is blessed with the tallest and the most gallant mountains of the world. These mountains, apart from being aesthetically beautiful, also host a wide variety of flora and fauna that sustain the livelihood of the people in the region. The mighty ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago
The Hindu

Save Aravalli to save wildlife

As many as seven leopards, including an eight-month-old cub, have been reported dead in Gurgaon over the past two years. While two cases pertain to road accidents wherein the big cats were hit by speeding vehicles, the remaining four carcasses found ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago

Vindhyas, the mighty hill range of India

Great things come into being when men and mountains meet. A hill range in the central India, the Vindhyas, gets its name due to its past inhabitants. Vindhyas means hunter in Sanskrit and it refers to the hunter-gatherer tribe living in the region.
 Financial Chronicle1 month ago

Climate change buffer and keeper of ecology balance

Gurgaon: As long as the 21st-century man will continue to tamper with natural buffers like the Aravali hills, hotter summers (and warmer winters) will become a way of life. The Aravali bionetwork has been around for aeons. "They're much more ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Hooda winked by scotch

He stands tall as a man among the many boys in the room as he approaches us with his dynamic demeanor. Randeep Hooda might be the most under-rated talent in Bollywood, but he shines bright and leaves a stark impression with his acting prowess in his ...
 Deccan Chronicle6 days ago

Peregrine Falcon spotted in Asola, bird watchers happy

Abhinav Rajput The wildlife enthusiasts conducted the first ever summer bird count in south Delhi's Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary recently in which they recorded 58 species of birds. The highlight of the event was Peregrine Falcon, a winter ...
 Hindustan Times6 days ago

Four luxe travel musts for a bucket-list trip to India

With new direct Air Canada Dreamliner flights from Vancouver to Delhi launching October 20 and Canada's recent addition to India's e-visa program, it's never been easier for Vancouverites to travel to India. In light of the royal visit to the ...
 Examiner.com1 week ago
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