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GOMBRT seminar today

Comment · print · T T T+· T- The Gulf of Mannar Biosphere Reserve Trust (GOMBRT) is organising a seminar on Current status and future prospects of coastal and marine biodiversity in Gulf of Mannar to evolve a scientific approach for the ... The Hindu, 2 months ago

Controlled eco-tourism mooted in 21 islands in Gulf of Mannar

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Access must be designed to educate public on the rich diversity Scientists and other stakeholders of the coastal biodiversity have recommended conservation and livelihood oriented eco-tourism to the ...
 The Hindu2 months ago

Soak in the mystic biosphere in the Gulf of Mannar

THE DEEP WATERS Region: Gulf of Mannar, Tamil Nadu The Gulf of Mannar is a bay forming part of the Laccadive Sea in the Indian Ocean. This quaint bay lies between the southeastern tip of India and the west coast of Sri Lanka. MARINE PARK: The ...
 Economic Times2 months ago

Mannar Block Presents Challenges, Says Cairn

says that commercialization of the gas discoveries made on block SL-2007-01-001 (Sri Lanka) continues to present challenges. The Company is refining theSri Lanka technical evaluation of the remaining exploration prospects on the block that could ...
 Sri Lanka Sunday Leader2 months ago

Coral reefs in Malvan to boost coastal tourism

Three new coral reefs have been found near Malvan on the Sindhudurg coast during a recent survey. The survey was conducted by the Zoological Survey of India (ZSI). A team from Kolkata and the Marine Biology Regional Centre of ZSI in Chennai ...
 DNA India2 weeks ago Sindhudurg comes alive with a pristine coral collection  The Hindu2 weeks ago

Turn Flashpoint into Bridge

In an interview to Tamil TV channel Thanthi TV, Sri Lankan prime minister Ranil Wikremesinghe, in a startling statement, remarked that if Tamil Nadu fishermen persisted in intruding into Sri Lankan waters, they may be shot. The threatening tone has ...
 New Indian Express2 weeks ago

Sri Lanka frees Indian fishermen ahead of Modi visit

Qadijah Irshad / 13 March 2015 President Maithripala Sirisena in a statement said that India is expected to release 22 Sri Lankan fishermen and their boats in custody in India as a reciprocal gesture. ...
 Khaleej Times2 weeks ago Creating Indo-Lanka Goodwill  Sri Lanka Sunday Leader1 month ago India, Sri Lanka and their incompleat anglers  Livemint.com2 months ago

IUCN President Mr Zhang Xinsheng visits IUCN Sri Lanka office

09 March 2015 | News story Mr Zhang Xinsheng, the President of International Union for Conservation of Nature visited IUCN Sri Lanka office on Sunday, 28 December 2014. President Zhang met with IUCN Members, Partners and Staff. Among the ...
 International Union for Conservation of Nature3 weeks ago
Indian Express

Taking charge

Both in the case of securing the release of the Kerala nurses and in the case of the Jesuit priest, the PM ignored his critics who charged him with a bias against minorities and went ahead to secure his goal quietly and efficiently. Securing the ...
 Indian Express3 weeks ago
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Saving India's ocean treasures

Started by advertising veteran, Prahlad Kakar and his wife Mitali, ReefWatch is a Mumbai-based organisation that conducts programmes for urban as well as less-privileged children to learn about conservation of the ocean, at the Andaman Islands. On ...
 Mid Day4 weeks ago
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