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About 17 results for "betwa river"

Ken-Betwa link a threat to tiger habitat: panel
The Hindu

Tigers ‘block’ water to Bundelkhand

Fate of the ambitious Ken-Betwa river interlinking project still hangs in the balance over the question of the relocation of a tiger habitat, which shelters a female big cat and her cub, in the core area of Panna tiger reserve in Madhya Pradesh. The Rs 9,000 ... Asian Age, 6 days ago
A river on a rocky course Business Line, 1 month ago

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Uma Bharti
International Business Times India, 3 weeks ago

Uma Bharti threatens hunger strike over Ken-Betwa project delay

Union Water Resources Minister Uma Bharti on Tuesday threatened to go on hunger strike if the Ken-Betwa river linking project is further delayed and termed the attempt to delay the project by environmentalists as a "national crime"."The environment clearance ...
 Prokerala3 weeks ago Delay in Ken-Betwa project: Uma Bharti threatens to go on fast  Business Standard3 weeks ago Uma Bharti threatens to go on strike over river project  Asian Age3 weeks ago

Add four sanctuaries and extra buffer area to Panna, green ministry panel on Ken-Betwa

According to detailed minutes of the meeting, the committee discussed at length recommendations of an expert committee who had visited Panna Tiger Reserve to assess the river-linking's potential impact on wildlife and forests.
 DNA2 days ago

Joshi junks prime minister's river-linking plan

BJP's 'margdarshak' Murli Manohar Joshi has dubbed Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ambitious plan to inter-links rivers "impractical". Joshi, who is a member of the BJP's margdarshak mandal, instead favoured rainwater harvesting and mass afforestation drive as ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago Implementation of Clean Ganga plan in May  Asian Age2 months ago

Sand mining: Green tribunal appoints panel to inspect sites

A Bench headed by Justice U. D. Salvi, which appointed retired forest official Anmol Kumar and advocate Sharad Chauhan as court commissioners, directed them to inspect every site where the sand mining appears to have been carried out and also collect ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago Sand mining: NGT appoints panel to inspect Jalaun and Hamirpur  Business Standard3 weeks ago
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Indias protected areas are just 4.79%. Secure them at all cost: Belinda Wright

In India, the theme for this years World Environment Day is wildlife, or as the environment ministry puts it, "Go Wild for Life". But this theme comes against the grim backdrop that 2016 has been among the worst for our wildlife. There were 30 cases of tiger ...
 catchnews.com3 weeks ago
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World Environment Day: tiger numbers on the rise, but so are threats

Last year, the estimation exercise conducted by the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) revealed an increase in tiger numbers - a jump of 30% in the big cat population in 49 tiger reserves across India. In January 2015, an ecstatic Union Minister for ...
 catchnews.com3 weeks ago
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