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Red Signal For Greens
Outlook India

Red Signal For Greens

How The NDA Is Whittling Down Green Norms Change in definition of no-go area in dense forest, leaving more area open for projects Keeping powers with the Centre to even allow projects in no-go areas of dense forests Proposal to allow firms to ... Outlook India, 1 month ago
Millennium Post

Big cats and their canine friends

Tiger, tiger burning bright, In the forests of the night, What immortal hand or eye, could frame thy fearful symmetry? It was William Blake who penned these immortal lines dedicated to the magnificent cat that is the Tiger. Two hundred odd years ...
 Millennium Post1 month ago

Central University of Odisha, Koraput observed 69th Independence Day

Report by Odisha Diary bureau, Koraput: in a befitting manner. Prof. Sachidanand Mohanty, Honble Vice-Chancellor unfolded the tricolour at the University campus at Landiguda, Koraput and addressed the staff, students and the children of the adjacent ...
 Orissadiary.com2 weeks ago

Odisha planning world heritage status for Bhitarkanika park

Bhubaneswar, Aug 13: If everything goes right, Odisha's Bhitarkanika National Park would find a place in the World Heritage List, an official said on Thursday. pic; We are planning to accord World Heritage Site status to ...
 OdishaSunTimes.com2 weeks ago
Times of India

India loses 41 tigers in 7 months

PUNE: Tiger deaths persisted in the country despite the Union and state governments' efforts towards conservation. The , similar to the count in the same period in 2014, reveals fresh data from National Tiger Conservation Authority and ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago
Bangalore Mirror

Make a difference: Don't be a rodent in a sewer

A city photography exhibition on the elements will help conserve the country's sloth bear population Twenty years ago, friends Sandesh Kadur and Kartick Satyanarayan sat on a tree in the Bannerghatta forest, swinging their legs. Minutes later, a ...
 Bangalore Mirror3 weeks ago

Morjim mugger had lost its way and was harmless

Panaji: A few centuries ago, fresh water crocodiles in Cumbharjua mangrove swamps, may have intimidated enemy soldiers trying to break into Portuguese or Adil Shahi territory, but they should hold no threat to tourists enjoying on the beach. A ...
 Times of India1 month ago

How a Croc Likely Showed up on a Goa Beach

Crocodile. From the Greek word crocodilus, meaning Lizard. Except, crocodiles are technically more closely related to birds than lizards. Birds and crocodiles shared a common ancestor 240 million years ago. The same ancestor also evolved into the ...
 NDTV1 month ago

Exotic trees to add colour to city's roads

LUCKNOW: Urban plantation is set to undergo change this year with exotic flowering trees being planted in cities. While there is gram samaj land available in villages, forest department faces problem of finding vacant land in cities for plantation. ...
 Times of India2 months ago

Tamil Nadu holds key to India’s nuclear energy dreams

With India in pursuit of thorium-fuelled reactors after dreaming big on high nuclear energy, the spotlight is on southern and eastern coasts which offer an abundance of monazite, an atomic mineral which contains 8-10 percent thorium. In comparison, Tamil Nadu ...
 Asian Age2 months ago
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