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May 10, 2018
Red Fort 'adopted' by Dalmia group: Corporate role in restoring heritage monuments needs greater scrutinyThe idea of outsourcing the maintenance of heritage monuments to private companies is not new, but it has to be executed with greater sophistication.
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
Meet the citizens of Mumbai and Navi Mumbai fighting against the illegal clearing of mangrovesMumbai and Navi Mumbai were built on land 'reclaimed' from the sea — and wetlands and mangroves were the collateral damage
Feb 26, 2018
Mumbai's Mangrove Warriors: Meet the citizens who're working to reclaim city's lost mangrovesMumbai and Navi Mumbai were built on land 'reclaimed' from the sea — and wetlands and mangroves were the collateral damage
Oct 12, 2017
Watch: Baby rhino gallops into public view at Singapore ZooA white baby rhino has made his first foray into the spotlight, galloping into a public enclosure at Singapore Zoo after being given a name — Oban, which means "King" in the African Yoruba language.
Jul 29, 2017
International Tiger Day 2017: India pledges to save big catsInternational Tiger Day is celebrated every year on 29 July to raise awareness for tiger conservation and promote a global system for protecting tigers
Jul 27, 2017
Watch: Thailand frees 1,066 turtles to celebrate King's birthdayArray
Jul 20, 2017
SC expresses concern over disappearance of wetlands, questions Centre on preservation effortsSupreme Court observed that a number of wetlands and lakes disappeared and according to reports, it was one of the reasons for the 2015 Chennai floods
Jun 19, 2017
Darjeeling unrest: Zoo faces shutdown heat as food supply for 350 animals runs outOver 350 zoo inmates of a specialised zoo located in Darjeeling, known for its conservation and breeding programmes of highly endangered animals, are facing the heat of the ongoing shutdown with food supplies fast drying up.
May 21, 2017
Howrah railway station to set up rooftop solar powerRooftop solar projects are gaining popularity in government buildings due to the subsidy provided by the Centre to the tune of 15 percent, making projects viable for both service providers and buyers.