Heavy flooding has caused animals at Kaziranga and Pabitora to move to higher land, making them more vulnerable to poaching. K Anurag reports The rare one-horned rhinoceros inhabiting the national parks in Assam are at greater risk of poaching as they are moving from the inundated park land to higher land. Photograph: PTI The heavy rainfall in Assam has inundated most low-lying areas of Kaziranga National Park and the Pabitora Wildlife Sanctuary, forcing hundreds of rhinoceros and other ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
India's Border Security Force has stepped up its surveillance along the Bangladesh border after flash floods engulfed large swathes of land, raising fears of easy infiltration from the country's eastern neighbour. Thirty people have so far perished ...Channel NewsAsia, 1 month ago
Correspondent A child carrying a utensil at the Madangguri flood-relief camp,in Morigaon district on Friday. UB Photos MORIGAON, Sept 5 - There was no respite in the flood situation in Morigaon district as the Brahmaputra and its tributaries are ...Assam Tribune, 1 month ago
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