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Monday, April 10, 2017

Traders roped in for cleanliness drive
The Hindu

Karaikal merchants to hand over waste generated to NGO for proper disposal; will also supply bins Lt. Governor Kiran Bedi has urged the trader community to participate in creating a Swachh Karaikal. During a visit to the Karaikal enclave, where she more....

India's Revered Yamuna River Is Also The Most Polluted In The Country, Bubbles With Toxic Foam
India Times

The India national capital has spent over Rs 2,000 crore on Yamuna clean-up in the last 22 years but the reality has only become starker when you consider the recent and the past data that shows absolutely no improvement in the water quality. Despi more....

River activists march for action against Yamuna polluters
Business Standard

Hundreds of river activists on Sunday evening held a march to demand action against polluters who have "killed" the Yamuna river. Carrying placards with catchy slogans, the rallyists marched from the controversial Taj Heritage Corridor to the Etmaud more....

MULA-MUTHA 80% DIRTIER FROM ORIGIN
Pune Mirror

Researchers from SPPU, Modern College identify polluted spots and work on remedies to bring the rivers back to life in city Mula-Mutha makes for a cringe-worthy sight as it cuts across the city. Researchers have backed its polluted bearing by find more....

Tiger skin and bones seized in Kaziranga
The Times of India

Jorhat: Police seized the skin of a Royal Bengal tiger, along with its bones, from a man near the BiswanathGhat forest range in Kaziranga National Park on Saturday evening. The person, identified as Ghanashyam Gupta of BiswanathChariali area in So more....

Rare one-horned rhino killed by poachers in Nepal
Business Standard

Poachers have shot dead a one-horned rhinoceros at a national wildlife park in Nepal, officials said today, spotlighting the threat faced by the rare animals. Officials yesterday found the male rhino with its horn gouged out in Chitwan National P more....

Rare one-horned rhino killed by poachers in Nepal
Outlook

kathmandu, Apr 9 Poachers have shot dead a one-horned rhinoceros at a national wildlife park in Nepal, officials said today, spotlighting the threat faced by the rare animals. Officials yesterday found the male rhino with its horn gouged out in Ch more....

Olive Ridley eggs hatch in thousands in Ganjam
The Hindu

Three crore hatchlings expected to come out of nests Thousands of hatchlings are coming out of the nests buried under sand on this coast to venture into the sea. The Rushikulya rookery coast in Ganjam district of Odisha is a major nesting site for O more....

Kerala: CEOs to hold underwater conference on marine pollution, global warming
The Hindustan Times

Chief executive officers (CEOs) of five IT firms are set to take their message against marine pollution and global warming to a new level with an underwater conference in the Arabian Sea on Monday. At the 30-minute conference near the famous beach r more....

River activists protest and demand action against Yamuna polluters
News X

Hundreds of river activists on Sunday evening held a march to demand action against polluters who have “killed” the Yamuna river. Carrying placards with catchy slogans, the rallyists marched from the controversial Taj Heritage Corridor to the Etmaud more....

Heavy metal contamination in south’s rivers
The New Indian Express

HYDERABAD: Is the government doing enough to protect water bodies from metal contamination or even to detect said pollution? A study conducted by researchers from two Japanese and another two Indian institutions as part of which water samples were c more....

In Mumbai: Citizens, BMC remove 1.2-lakh-kg trash from Poisar river in two weeks
The Hindustan Times

Close to 70 citizens and civic body workers removed more than 40,000 kg of trash, mostly comprising plastic, from the Poisar riverbed, across a 100-metre stretch near Krantinagar, Kandivali (East) on Sunday. This was the second weekend clean-up dr more....

Yesterdays News (Sunday, April 09, 2017 )
Ganga clean-up: 26 projects worth Rs2,154.28 crore approved
Baby Olive Ridleys emerge from pits
Poachers kill rare one-horned rhino in Nepal
Hyderabad zoo successfully breeds rare species
BNHS to start third pan-India common bird count today
BNHS announces third common bird count
Gurugram tops air pollution charts again
Poachers kill rare one-horned rhino in Nepal
This year's elephant census to focus on areas outside forests
An elephantine census after 5 years
Clean Ganga: 26 projects worth Rs 2,154.28 cr approved for NamamiGange project

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