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Humans vs Predator: Leopards are in conflict with residents in Bengaluru and are paying the price

Feb 08, 2016

Humans vs Predator: Leopards are in conflict with residents in Bengaluru and are paying the price

In Bengaluru alone, four leopards were run over and killed by speeding vehicles over the past four years. Across Karnataka state, around 25 leopards were run over in the same period. #India #ConnectTheDots #Bengaluru #city #Electronic City #Leopards #animal conservation #animal human conflict #Sarjapura road
Six critical areas where the new national wildlife plan falls short

Feb 08, 2016

Six critical areas where the new national wildlife plan falls short

To be effective, the National Wildlife Plan needs to be flexible enough to absorb scientific advances and learn from experiences. #CriticalPoint #Tigers #Wildlife #Wildlife Protection Act #Wildlife conservation #animal conservation #Fauna and Flora in India
Sarah Palin's son arrested for domestic violence reveal court documents

Jan 20, 2016

Sarah Palin's son arrested for domestic violence reveal court documents

Sarah Palin's son was arrested on domestic violence charges after an armed altercation with his girlfriend. #US #NewsTracker #Domestic violence #Sarah Palin #conservative #girlfriend #Republican #cops
Sold! Endangered Pacific bluefin tuna goes for $117,000 at auction in Japan

Jan 05, 2016

Sold! Endangered Pacific bluefin tuna goes for $117,000 at auction in Japan

A Japanese sushi boss paid more than $117,000 Tuesday for a giant bluefin tuna as Tokyo's Tsukiji fish market held its last New Year auction ahead of a much-needed modernisation move. #Tokyo #Japan #NewsTracker #Sushi #Hongkong #Bluefin tuna #Tsukiji #Toyosu #Kiyoshi Kimura #Global Tuna Conservation at the Pew Charitable Trusts #Sushi-Zanmai
No British Europe, EU conservative leader says - paper | Reuters

Dec 29, 2015

No British Europe, EU conservative leader says - paper | Reuters

BERLIN German Chancellor Angela Merkel's Bavarian allies will support British Prime Minister David Cameron if he wants to address Europe's weaknesses but do not want a British Europe, an EU conservative leader told a German newspaper. Britain is due to hold a referendum on whether to remain in the European Union by the end of 2017. #Politics #United States #Syria #Russia #Foreign policy #conservatives
Merkel rallies her party with pledge to stem refugee inflow | Reuters

Dec 15, 2015

Merkel rallies her party with pledge to stem refugee inflow | Reuters

KARLSRUHE, Germany German Chancellor Angela Merkel defended her refugee policies at a congress of her conservative party on Monday, fending off a challenge from critics with a pledge to reduce the influx of migrants and a repeat of her optimistic mantra "we can do this". Named person of the year by both Time magazine and the Financial Times for her bold response to the crisis, Merkel has faced growing opposition at home to her open-door refugee policy and has begun hardening her position. In a rousing speech, Merkel recounted a remarkable year that has seen Germany stand up to Russia over the Ukraine crisis, broker a deal to keep Greece in the euro zone, and welcome hundreds of thousands of refugees fleeing war and deprivation in the Middle East. #Russia #Iraq #Foreign policy #Hungary #Czech Republic #conservatives
Justin Trudeau sworn in as Canada's PM with a new-look Cabinet and promise of big changes

Nov 05, 2015

Justin Trudeau sworn in as Canada's PM with a new-look Cabinet and promise of big changes

Canada's new Prime Minister Justin Trudeau promised big changes after nearly a decade of Conservative rule as he was sworn into office on Wednesday, almost 50 years after his father took the job. #Prime Minister #NewsTracker #Canada #Stephen Harper #conservatives #islamic-state #Justin Trudeau #Pierre Trudeau #Maryam Monsef #Harjit Singh Sajjan #Amarjeet Sohi #Sophie Gregoire
11,000 crocodiles starve as US freezes assets of Honduras family for money laundering

Nov 03, 2015

11,000 crocodiles starve as US freezes assets of Honduras family for money laundering

More than 10,000 crocodiles are starving to death on a farm in Honduras after the wealthy family owning them had their assets frozen because of US accusations they laundered money for drug traffickers. #NewsTracker #Honduras #Shareworthy #Jaime Rosenthal #Rosenthal crocodile farm #Cocodrilos Continental #Yani Rosenthal #Yanke Rosenthal #Forest Conservation Institute