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About 82 results for "bandipur national parks"

Vardha douses fears of forest fires in national parks

Cyclone Vardha's effect brought moderate but widespread showers across Bandipur and Nagarahole national parks at a time when authorities were bracing up for an outbreak of forest fires. Large swathes of both the national parks had turned bone dry ... The Hindu, 1 month ago

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Visit the Bandipur national park in Karnataka to catch a glimpse of the majestic tiger

Bandipur national park State: Karnataka Karnataka state tourism has declared 2017 as the Year of the Wild. It will cater to tourists keen on exploring the wilderness and wildlife of the same. The campaign Year of the Wild was launched by Chief ...
 Economic Times4 days ago New Safari routes soon for Nagarahole National Park  NetIndia123.com2 weeks ago Good News for Nature Enthusiasts as Karnataka Declares 2017 the Year of the Wild  Yahoo! India2 weeks ago Karnataka lost 18 tigers in 2016, highest in the last seven years  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago
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Tiger died suspect poisoning at Bandipur tiger reserve

A 8 to 9-year-old male tiger was found dead in the Gundre range of Bandipur National Park and the authorities suspect it to be a case of poisoning. The death took place in the Elephant Proof Trench (EPT) dug along the 'D' line separating the local ...
 NetIndia123.com1 month ago Male tiger found dead in Bandipur Tiger Reserve  DNA India1 week ago Tigers clash in Bandipur  Star of Mysore3 weeks ago Rescued, tiger dies in Bengaluru's Bannerghatta Biological Park; wild theories abound  Times of India1 week ago
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Devotees defy ban on private vehicles inside forest

MYSURU: The efforts by the Bandipur National Park and Tiger Reserve authorities and wildlife activists to restrict private vehicles of devotees to the Beladkuppe Madeshwara Temple jatra in the forest went in vain. Defying orders, hundreds of ...
 Times of India1 month ago Curbs in place for temple fair in forest  Times of India2 months ago
Global Times

Dear deer

Two deer hug each other in India's Bandipur National Park on December 24,
 Global Times1 hour ago
Star of Mysore

Beladakuppe Mahadeshwara Jatra: MLA, supporters create ruckus inside Bandipur core area

Caption: A file photo of a convoy of vehicles entering the Bandipur National Park for the Beladakuppe Mahadeshwara Jatra. Mysuru, Nov. 29- Citing Chief Minister Siddharamaiah's directions, H.D. Kote MLA S. Chikkamadu and his supporters forcibly ...
 Star of Mysore1 month ago
The Hindu

Solar powered water pumps to ease out water scarcity in Bandipur tiger reserve

With water bodies drying up due to severe drought in almost all forests in the State and also because of scorching heat, the Forest Department has now turned towards solar energy to pump water to water bodies on an experimental basis for first time ...
 NetIndia123.com1 month ago Bandipur gets two solar-powered pumps for animals  The Hindu2 months ago
Deccan Chronicle

No peace for wild animals, jathre creates ruckus in the middle of Bandipur!

Bengaluru: The Beladakuppe Madeshwara temple every year plays host to a 'Jathre' which sees more than a lakh people at the shrine. That is something that is not common. But the shocking fact is that this temple is situated right inside the Bandipur ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago

Hundreds barge into core tiger reserve area during temple festival

Hundreds of people, allegedly egged on by local elected representatives, are having a free rein in the core area of Bandipur National Park during the annual jathra mahotsava of the Beladakuppe Mahadeshwara temple in the Hediyala range of the national park.
 The Hindu1 month ago

Forest officials, experts divided over borewells in Bandipur Tiger Reserve

Forest officials and experts are divided in their opinion on the two borewells that have been sunk by the World Wildlife Federation-India in Omkara and Kundukere ranges of the Bandipur Tiger Reserve (BTR). These two ranges are the epicentre of man- animal ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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