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Thick smog in Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh fires spread

A forest fire rages near the northern hill town of Shimla. (Photo: PTI) School evacuated near Kasauli after panic While Uttarakhand continues to battle massive forest fires spread across several districts, with at least seven people dead and hundreds of ... Asian Age, 2 days ago

River water in state not safe for drinking: Arukha

Bhubaneswar: State forest and environment minister Bikram Keshari Arukha on Tuesday told the assembly that water in none of 11 major rivers or their tributaries in the state were suitable for drinking. "The river water contain biochemical oxygen ...
 Times of India1 week ago

Rescued jumbo calf dies of injuries

Berhampur: The injured elephant calf, which was rescued by the forest officials on Saturday from Pandakhol jungle near Gajalabadi in Ganjam district, succumbed to its injuries on Sunday. The two-year-old male elephant calf is suspected to have ...
 Times of India1 week ago
Deccan Chronicle

Kerala: Infrared cameras to stop cruelty

KOZHIKODE: Against the backdrop of the recurring stone pelting incidents on animals including elephant herds in the forest stretches of the state, the forest department has decided to install infrared camera traps with night vision along the animal ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago
Odisha Television

Govt land turns into den of illegal prawn farming

In flagrant violation of forest and environment protection laws, nearly 400 acres of government revenue land have been encroached upon for unlawful prawn farming activity in Odisha's Bhitarkanika wildlife sanctuary. The trend of unauthorised ...
 The Statesman1 month ago Bhitarkanika sanctuary: 400 acres encroached for prawn farming  Odisha Television1 month ago

Water Wars

When a life sustaining resource is in short supply, conflicting claims over it are bound to arise. Water conflicts span the gamut of fights, from neighbours in water starved colonies to those between states over river waters. But perhaps the most ...
 Yahoo! India9 hours ago More ยป Water Wars  Yahoo! India9 hours ago

Bhuasuni waste disposal ground eco-sensitive zone

Bhubaneswar: The villagers of Daruthenga have written to the Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) saying that the designated garbage dumping site in Bhuasuni is an eco-sensitive zone and may pose an environmental hazard to the region. The civic ...
 Times of India1 day ago
Deccan Chronicle

Kerala: Beware of the burn

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Keralites have been caught unawares by the unprecedented rise in temperatures, heat wave conditions and sunstroke deaths. The Indian Meteorological Department has warned that the heat wave will continue for two more days. With ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 day ago

Hurting due to negligence

:50 AM IST New horrors come my way almost every month. The Bhubaneswar unit of People For Animals has just caught hundreds of porcupine quills being sold in the Khandagiri Mela in Bhubaneswar. The sellers were arrested but there are dozens of ...
 Nagaland Post3 days ago

AgustaWestland issue to dominate news this week

Manohar Parrikar said that the complete details of the multi-crore VVIP AgustaWestland chopper deal would be placed before Parliament on 4 May Pre-monsoon showers likely from 2 May: Skymet Good news is in store for parts of east, central and ...
 Livemint.com3 days ago
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