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Karnataka: Will Yettinahole project go the Upper Bhadra way?
Deccan Chronicle

Karnataka: Will Yettinahole project go the Upper Bhadra way?

HASSAN: The Yettinahole drinking water project, an inter-basin water diversion proposal, may miss deadlines and cross the initial cost estimates, on the lines of the Upper Bhadra Project, warned activists protesting against the Yettinahole project. ... Deccan Chronicle, 1 month ago
Bangalore Mirror

Camera traps snare poachers in reserve forests

Primarily meant to take pictures of wildlife movement, the cameras are coming in handy as evidence catching poachers in the act Cracking down on poachers in various tiger reserves across Karnataka, state forest officials have a new weapon in their ...
 Bangalore Mirror1 month ago

Minister expresses displeasure over forest officials style of functioning

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Members of the Karnataka Rajya Raita Sangha, Hasiru Sene taking out a tractor rally in Shivamogga on Monday.— Photo: VAIDYA They are not allowing implementation of various schemes Minister of State for ...
 The Hindu1 day ago

Forest officials blamed for not allowing implementation of development projects

Comment · print · T T T+· T- They are not allowing implementation of various schemes Minister of State for Primary and Secondary Education Kimmane Rathnakar on Monday expressed displeasure over the style of functioning of the ...
 The Hindu1 day ago

Sowing the seeds of a disaster

AT THE CROSSROADS: We are at a critical moment in India's fight to achieve ecological security while ensuring progress. Picture shows poplar plantations on the outskirts of Delhi. Photo: Meeta Ahlawat TOPICS The Compensatory Afforestation Fund ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

In the cradle of nature's bounty!

By Saranya Balachandran — A recent visit to India had me looking for options to do a weekend getaway from Bangalore, far from the hustle and bustle of urban life. A volley of suggestions from friends and family; nature lovers and hardcore ...
 Oman Observer1 week ago

Leopard bites off forest staffer's 4 fingers

A leopard bit off four fingers of a Forest Department staffer's right hand when he tried to close the window of a schoolroom the beast was trapped in. The leopard had sneaked into the Town Mahila Samaja School located in the heart of Chikkamagaluru on ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago
Mongabay.com

Big reserve expansion gives tigers a boost in India

This article was produced under the Mongabay Reporting Network and can be re-published on your web site or blog or in your magazine, newsletter, or newspaper under these terms . A wild Bengal tiger in India. Photo by Morgan Erickson-Davis. ...
 Mongabay.com1 month ago
Mid Day

Karnataka scientists estimating leopard cat population in Western Ghats

While the leopard is infamous for reports of animal-human conflict in Mumbai, not much is known about the leopard cat, which is Asia's most common wild cat species found predominantly in the Western Ghats. The leopard cats can be identified by ...
 Mid Day1 month ago

Avian fantasy

Driving through narrow roads hugged by greenery on both sides, courtesy of the abundance of coconut, areca nut and paddy, you arrive at the small town of Lakkavalli. This is the site of a dam across the Bhadra River, which you can reach in under ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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