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Two elephants killed by lightning near Krishnagiri

KRISHNAGIRI: Two elephants from Bannerghatta National Park were found struck to death by lightning near Krishnagiri. The 15-year-old adult and a seven-year-old male calf were struck by lightning a week ago but their carcasses were found only on ... Times of India, 3 days ago

Sunder’s pain to free jumbos from chains

Very soon, elephants in the Bannerghatta National Park (BNP) near Bangalore may soon be free of their drag chain and walk around freely in the 49.5-hectare elephant rescue centre. As a first step, Margaret Whittaker, an animal behaviourist, has arrived at the ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Indian poachers threaten lesser-known animals

photo, Indian star tortoise huddle together at the Bannerghatta National Park on the outskirts of Bangalore, India. Wildlife activists in India have raised an alarm that scores of lesser known animal species are being pushed to the brink of ...
 Himalayan Times3 days ago Indias wildlife under threat as illegal poaching threatens lesser-known animals  Big News Network3 days ago

Time to unwind

This summer my cousins and I went to the Bannerghatta National Park. We started our trip by going on a safari. We saw many animals such as lions, deer, bears, tigers and white tigers. The best part about the safari was watching two white tigers fighting and a ...
 The Hindu2 months ago

Stop breeding of leopards, tigers in zoos: CZA

The rise in the number of leopards and tigers at the Bannerghatta Biological Park (BBP) and Rescue Centre has caught the attention of the Central Zoo Authority of India (CZA). The CZA has dashed off letters not only to the BBP and the Forest department but ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago

What are you doing this I-Day weekend? Quick getaways from Bangalore, Delhi and Mumbai

ET-Travel suggests you enjoy an extended weekend in August. Here's where you can head to... FROM BANGALORE: BANNERGHATTA NATIONAL PARK Over 22 kms away from Bangalore, the gates to lush greenery can open up nature's surprises for you at ...
 Economic Times1 week ago

Harleys roar to save the tigers

BANGALORE: It was biking for a mission as 48 Bangaloreans atop their Harley Davidson bullets started from Cubbon Park at 8am on Sunday to reach Bannerghatta Biological Park by 8.45am. Their mission titled 'Ride for the Roar' aimed to raise funds ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago Harley Davidson : Harleys roar to save the tigers  4 Traders3 weeks ago

Hear big roars from across the Vindhyas

Tiger couple Durga and Sugreev, please join your paws together. Bhagwan Birsa Biological Park at Ormanjhi on the outskirts of Ranchi is busy clearing decks to get a young tiger and lion pair each from Bannerghatta National Park near Bangalore.
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago
Deccan Chronicle

Outing for some, service to others

Army Service Corps Tornadoes motorcycle riders display dare devilry at Manekshaw Parade Grounds on Friday Bengaluru: While some Bengalureans saw Independence Day and the long weekend that came with it as an opportunity for a quiet getaway, ...
 Deccan Chronicle6 days ago
Silicon India

Studio Apartments Trend Catching Up in Bangalore

Bangalore : Studio apartments incorporating the living room, dining room and bath room with a small kitchen are friendly and convenient for youngsters in the city. Most of the working professionals prefer these studio apartments in Bangalore, ...
 Silicon India1 week ago
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