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Sunday, May 14, 2017

Upsurge in surface of Arctic glacier detected by researchers
News Nation

New Delhi: Fast acceleration of an Arctic glacier has been detected by researchers with the help of data from European Space Agency’s Sentinel-1 satellites. On the Norway’s Spitsbergen island, Negribreen glacier has seen a surge in speed of ice surf more....

Rapid surge of Arctic glacier detected by ESA satellites
Zee News

New Delhi: The frigid polar region of the Arctic is considered a measuring unit for prevailing signs of climate change. Researchers and scientists have been monitoring the icy waters day in and day out for indications of increase and/or decrease in i more....

27 tigers sighted in TATR buffer zone: Waterhole census
The Hitavada

As many as 27 tigers were sighted in buffer zone of TadobaAndhari Tiger Reserve (TATR) during waterhole yearly machan census exercise conducted on the occasion of Buddha Purnima. The census was conducted from a total of 109 machans built over equal n more....

HT Impact: Rights panel calls Rajaji director over polluted river water Nihi Sharma
The Hindustan Times

The Uttarakhand Human Rights Commission has asked the Rajaji Tiger Reserve director to be present on May 30, taking suo moto cognizance of a Hindustan Times report on polluted river water in the national park. The report, ‘In Rajaji reserve, anima more....

Recycling: Gadget to tackle e-waste
DECCAN CHRONICLE

To be up-to-date is the 21st century man’s predisposition. But the race to better technology is leaving behind a much bigger problem — e-waste. How does one dispose of the exhausted batteries, where does one dump the obsolete motherboard of one’s old more....

Third generation of Panna tigers roars in Chitrakoot
The Times of India

BHOPAL: More than 150 kms from Panna tiger reserve, a new script of tiger conservation is being written in the jungles of Chitrakoot, a popular pilgrim destination located on the borders of Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh. A radio collared tigres more....

ELEPHANT NUMBER GOES UP IN PTR
The Pioneer

Palamu tiger reserve has been counted with 182 elephants. The information came as field director of PTR MP Singh who after completion of the ongoing census said 140 elephants have been counted in the buffer areas while 42 in the core areas. "Right n more....

39 Great Indian bustards sighted in DNP in Raj
Press Trust of India

Jaisalmer, May 13 (PTI) Around 39 Great Indian bustards have been sighted on the occasion of Buddha Purnima or full moon night in the Desert National Park (DNP) area in Rajasthan, an official said today. The counting was held under the moon light more....

Tiger park sees rise in jumbo count
The Telegraph

Ranchi, May 13: Palamau Tiger Reserve may have cut a sorry figure in the last nationwide tiger census, but it has witnessed a surge in elephant population, according to the latest statistics. A three-day synchronised elephant census - which began at more....

Chandrapur: 62 tigers sighted during annual waterhole census at TATR
The Indian Express

May 13 (PTI) As many as 62 tigers were sighted during the annual waterhole census conducted on May 10 at the TadobaAndhari Tiger Reserve (TATR) in Chandrapur. The Census done on the ‘Buddha Purnima’ day was conducted both in core and buffer areas of more....

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