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SC reserves verdict on 2004 plea on Indian Museum Kolkata

The plea has sought relocation of government offices like Geological Survey of India, Zoological Survey of India, Botanical Survey of India and Anthropological Survey of India from the premises of the museum saying they took up space for displaying ... Business Standard, 1 month ago

Zoological Survey of India kicks off centenary celebrations in Kolkata

KOLKATA: The Zoological Survey of India (ZSI) on Friday kicked off its centenary celebrations with a curtain raiser that was inaugurated by Union environment secretary Ashok Lavasa. He was accompanied by Hem Pande, additional secretary, ministry of ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

Digital archive for 200-year-old fauna

Zoological Survey of India is on a digitization spree to create an e-archive of its collection.
 Times of India4 weeks ago

ZSI plans digitisation of specimens

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Launching its centenary celebrations, the Zoological Survey of India (ZSI), India's premier taxonomic research institute, is aspiring for an ambitious project of digitisation of its millions of specimens, ...
 The Hindu1 week ago ZSI plans pan-India network of taxonomists to identify new species  Hindustan Times2 months ago

Zoological Survey withdraws book after plagiarism charges

Kolkata, Dec 1 (PTI) The Zoological Survey of India has decided to withdraw a book on butterflies of Arunachal Pradesh from the market following charges of plagiarism by its author. "There was an enquiry committee after which we warned the author ...
 Press Trust of India2 months ago Zoological Survey of India withdraws book after plagiarism charges  DNA2 months ago
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Oxford study casts doubt on Indias tiger success story

Flaws in a method commonly used in censuses of tigers and other rare wildlife puts the accuracy of such surveys in doubt, a new study by a team of scientists from Oxford University, Indian Statistical Institute, and Wildlife Conservation Society ...
 Hindustan Times4 days ago Tigers may not have made a comeback after all  Red Orbit4 days ago Indias tiger success story based on dodgy science Study  Bombay News.Net4 days ago 'India may have got its tiger success story wrong'  Rediff.com4 days ago

India's wildlife lovers count themselves in for crocodile count

VADODARA:Wildlife lovers from across the country will participate in a unique survey 'Charotar Crocodile Count' to study the population and survival rate of the reptiles in lush green Charotar heartland of central Gujarat. This will be a ...
 Times of India2 months ago
Times of India

India's tiger census method flawed, says Oxford study

LONDON: Celebrations in India over the revival in its tiger population may be premature and the result of a measuring error, according to a team British-India team of scientists. India announced in January that the country was now home to 30% more ...
 Economic Times3 days ago Save The Tiger? India Apparently Cant Even Count The Tiger Properly  Indiatimes4 days ago Tiger numbers could be a result of methodological mistake: Scientists  Times of India4 days ago Tiger census experts say count credible  Times of India2 weeks ago
Japan Times

India's vanishing act

Bali Island The tiny hut sculpted out of mud at the edge of the sea is barely large enough for Bokul Mondol and his family to lie down in. The water has taken everything else from them, and one day it almost certainly will take this, too. ...
 IOL6 days ago Climate refugee exodus predicted as rising seas swamp India's Sundarbans  Japan Times1 week ago 'Climate refugee' exodus predicted as rising seas swamp India's Sundarbans  Japan Times1 week ago Millions at risk from rapid sea rise in swampy Sundarbans  Gulf News1 week ago

Scientists quarrel over India's tiger numbers

Have India's tigers increased by 30 per cent in the last four years? Some scientists question the numbers. Rashme Sehgal reports for on the debate. Scientists across the globe are questioning whether India's tiger population has actually increased by 30 per cent in the last four years. The recent tiger census released by the National Tiger Conservation Authority, NTCA, stated in January 2015 that the tiger numbers had risen from 1,702 to 2,206 in the last four years. Now a team of ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago Leap in Indian tiger numbers questioned by new research  My.NewsHub.org3 days ago Scientists raise doubt over tiger numbers in India  NewsHub South Africa4 days ago India's disappearing animals: The problem lies with us  Gulf News1 week ago
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