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MP records one-fourth of tiger deaths in India in 2017, highest in country Neeraj Santoshi
The Hindustan Times

Madhya Pradesh recorded the highest tiger mortality in the country for a second successive year in 2017, with 25 out of the 95 big cat deaths reported in the country taking place in the central state, data showed. According to the National Tiger Con more....

Number of vehicles registered dropped by 11% in 2016-17
Millennium Post

NEW DELHI: The number of new vehicles registered in the national capital declined by 11 per cent as compared to last financial year, a government data showed. The number has been reduced to 7.8 lakh in 2016-17 from 8.77 lakh recorded during corresp more....

National Capital Begins New Year With 'Hazardous' Pollution Levels, Yet Again
NDTV

NEW DELHI: It is a New Year but old problems are here to stay. The first day of 2018, began with a spike in pollution levels across Delhi. Pollution levels in National Capital Region have touched hazardous levels again. 'You just cannot expose child more....

Delhi air pollution, Ganga & Yamuna rejuvenation kept NGT busy in 2017
Business Standard

Courting controversies with orders on regulating Hindu pilgrimage to sparing none, including Sri Sri Ravi Shankar's Art of Living for damaging the Yamuna floodplains, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) in 2017 also castigated the NDA government for fa more....

Raising the bar on democracy and environment
DNA India

It would not be an exaggeration to call 2018 the year of elections in India. The fate of as many as eight state assemblies will be in ballot boxes starting February. As is the new culture of political campaigning, nationalism, religion and caste will more....

Spike in blackbuck population
The Hindu

Thanks to protection and conservation With efforts for protection and conservation, the Vallanadu Blackbuck Sanctuary (Antelope cervicapra) has witnessed a spike in the blackbucks population in Vallanadu. They are considered endangered and included more....

Telangana prepares for first tiger census
Telangana Today

Hyderabad: The fourth phase of the nationwide tiger census will begin in the third week of January, and this will be Telangana State’s first such census since its formation. A similar census was last conducted in 2013-14 in undivided Andhra Pradesh. more....

Poor monitoring of tigers leading to inflated numbers: Biologist Karanth (IANS Interview)
Business Standard

Poaching of tigers is still a big threat in some parts of India and, despite massive funding, the science underlying their monitoring is poor. Reason: Forest managers who dictate how monitoring should be done and by whom. These are the startling vie more....

Tiger skin, bones seized from Khatima forest range, two arrested
The Times of India

Rudrapur: Foresters and special operations group (SOG) arrested two men from the Khatima forest range in Champawat district during a joint search operation on Sunday and seized a tiger skin and bones from them. The two arrested accused have been i more....

Forest personnel seize 1,500 turtles, arrest three persons
India Today

Bhubaneswar, Dec 31 (PTI) Forest personnel seized around 1,500 turtles and arrested three persons for illegally transporting the animals in Odishas Malkangiri district today. Acting on a tip-off, a team of Forest personnel intercepted a van at MPV more....

1,416 softshell turtles seized, three held in Odisha
The New Indian Express

MALKANGIRI: In a major breakthrough, Kalimela range forest officials seized 1,416 live endangered softshell tortoises and turtles near MPV-65 while being smuggled from Amalapuram in Andhra Pradesh to the district. Divisional Forest Officer Samrat Go more....

Tiger census likely in Telangana in Jan 2018
India Today

Hyderabad, Dec 31 (PTI) The tiger census is expected to be taken up in Telangana next month, a senior official of the state forest department has said. This would be the first census of the striped animals in Telangana after the formation of the sta more....

MP records one-fourth of tiger deaths in India in 2017, highest in country Neeraj Santoshi
The Hindustan Times

Madhya Pradesh recorded the highest tiger mortality in the country for a second successive year in 2017, with 25 out of the 95 big cat deaths reported in the country taking place in the central state, data showed. According to the National Tiger Con more....

Number of vehicles registered dropped by 11% in 2016-17
Millennium Post

NEW DELHI: The number of new vehicles registered in the national capital declined by 11 per cent as compared to last financial year, a government data showed. The number has been reduced to 7.8 lakh in 2016-17 from 8.77 lakh recorded during corresp more....

National Capital Begins New Year With 'Hazardous' Pollution Levels, Yet Again
NDTV

NEW DELHI: It is a New Year but old problems are here to stay. The first day of 2018, began with a spike in pollution levels across Delhi. Pollution levels in National Capital Region have touched hazardous levels again. 'You just cannot expose chi more....

Delhi air pollution, Ganga & Yamuna rejuvenation kept NGT busy in 2017
Business Standard

Courting controversies with orders on regulating Hindu pilgrimage to sparing none, including Sri Sri Ravi Shankar's Art of Living for damaging the Yamuna floodplains, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) in 2017 also castigated the NDA government for fa more....

Raising the bar on democracy and environment
DNA India

It would not be an exaggeration to call 2018 the year of elections in India. The fate of as many as eight state assemblies will be in ballot boxes starting February. As is the new culture of political campaigning, nationalism, religion and caste will more....

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