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Apr 13, 2018
Inside the Olive Ridley turtles' annual mass hatching in Odisha's Ganjam districtDuring this time of the year, the mass nesting of millions of endangered sea turtles — the Olive Ridleys — takes place in the coastal region of Ganjam district
Apr 06, 2018
Bishnoi community's persistence in pursuing blackbuck poaching case against Salman Khan offers vital lessonsOne consistent narrative in Salman Khan’s story has been the commitment of the Bishnoi tribe in following up on the case. To the Bishnoi, nature is sacred, and they are willing to sacrifice for its wellbeing. They are the guardians of that forest.
Mar 21, 2018
Airbnb to partner with Central government to promote tourism and livelihood opportunities in North East IndiaAirbnb train core teams of the NERLP and NERCORMP, which will further train existing and potential hosts on home sharing.
Mar 20, 2018
World's last male northern white rhino dead; 45-year-old Sudan stole many hearts with his dignity and strengthThe world's last male northern white rhino, Sudan, has died after "age-related complications," researchers announced on Tuesday, saying he "stole the heart of many with his dignity and strength."
Mar 19, 2018
Forest Rights Act: Why are Chhattisgarh tribals up in arms over non-implementation of legislation, Centre's new conservation policy?Even a written assurance may not hold good in a region where informed consent is a remote concept and the tribes can be plucked out of the forest and dumped just about anywhere
Mar 15, 2018
Women in Science: Ecologist Uma Ramakrishnan on how she made wildlife conservation her life's workHow Uma Ramakrishnan's name became synonymous with tiger conservation in India
Mar 06, 2018
Indonesian villagers disembowel endangered Sumatran tiger, hang 'supernatural' creature from ceilingVillagers in a remote Indonesian community disemboweled a critically endangered Sumatran tiger and then hung the big cat from a ceiling after it attacked a pair of locals, a conservation official said Monday.
Mar 02, 2018
Jaspal Atwal controversy: Ruling Liberal Party blocks Conservative motion in Canadian Parliament seeking NSA Daniel Jean's testimonyJustin Trudeau and his Liberal Party thwarted a bid from the Canadian opposition Conservative Party on Thursday to get National Security Advisor Daniel Jean to testify in the Parliament for his assertion that rogue factions in the Indian government sabotaged Trudeau's India trip by securing visa for Jaspal Atwal
Mar 01, 2018
Devendra Fadnavis' musical video: Maharashtra CM says nothing wrong in appearing in video for public causeAfter coming under attack for appearing in a music video, Devendra Fadnavis defended himself by saying that 'there was nothing wrong in appearing in the video'.
Feb 27, 2018
How Kélonia, a sea turtle farm-turned-observatory in the Indian Ocean, is helping save the speciesKélonia, where sea turtles were previously hunted, is now a place where wounded or sick turtles are rehabilitated before they can be released back into the sea | #FirstCulture