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NZL rescue workers struggle to save 200 whales stranded on beach

Feb 13, 2015

NZL rescue workers struggle to save 200 whales stranded on beach

Nearly 200 pilot whales stranded themselves on New Zealand's South Island on Friday, and hordes of rescuers rushed to the remote area in a bid to guide them back to sea. #World #NewsTracker #New Zealand #Pilot Whales #Department of Conservation
Poll gives UK Cameron's Conservatives small lead before May election

Feb 10, 2015

Poll gives UK Cameron's Conservatives small lead before May election

LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservative Party is three percentage points ahead of the opposition Labour Party, an opinion poll showed on Monday, three months before a May 7 national election in Britain. A three point lead, broadly within the margin of error of most opinion polls, underlines how close the contest, billed as the most unpredictable in modern British history, really is. #Business #Economy #facebook #India #France #markets #United Kingdom #author #conservatives
Australian PM Tony Abbott survives internal party revolt, promises strong govt

Feb 09, 2015

Australian PM Tony Abbott survives internal party revolt, promises strong govt

Abbott has come under increasing criticism from some members of his own party which is conservative despite its name over the government's sagging approval ratings. #Australia #PoliticalPlay #conservatives #Tony Abbott
Canada foreign minister quits amid talk of government tension

Feb 04, 2015

Canada foreign minister quits amid talk of government tension

OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canadian Foreign Minister John Baird resigned on Tuesday in a surprise move that leaves the Conservative government without one of its most capable politicians as it heads into an October election in which it faces a tough fight against a revitalized Liberal Party. Baird's resignation came amid talk of a split with Prime Minister Stephen Harper's office over Russia policy, but Baird, 45, said it was simply time to start a new chapter in his life, and he paid warm tribute to Harper #India #France #markets #Argentina #Latin America #Mexico #author #conservative
Don't celebrate rising numbers just yet: Indian tigers are not out of the woods

Jan 22, 2015

Don't celebrate rising numbers just yet: Indian tigers are not out of the woods

How many tigers can our forests hold? If the numbers keep increasing, can they be managed? With the government's prime focus being 'development', will forests become a casualty? #ConnectTheDots #forest #Tiger #Prakash Javadekar #man animal conflict #Wildlife conservation

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India's latest conservation fix dehorn rhinos, deport leopards

Mar 10, 2014

India's latest conservation fix dehorn rhinos, deport leopards

Assam minister mulls cutting off rhino horns to save them from poachers. Maharashtra lawmakers seek removal of all leopards from Mumbai's Aarey colony to resolve conflict. #India #Environment #NewsTracker #Assam #Conservation #ULFA #Wildlife #Aarey Colony
Maneaters must be put down, not put away in crowded zoos

Dec 07, 2013

Maneaters must be put down, not put away in crowded zoos

It is neither economically feasible nor biologically necessary to rehabilitate every maneater in overburdened zoos. When a big cat cant hunt its natural prey, its time is up. #India #Environment #Conservation #Bhandipore #Widlife #Bandipur Tiger Reserve #Wildlife Conservation Society-India