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Kevin Pietersen's second innings: Former England player is now committed to saving rhinos from extinction
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Kevin Pietersen's second innings: Former England player is now committed to saving rhinos from extinction

As a cricketer, Kevin Pietersen made a name for himself by never backing down from a fight. After his England career ended, he discovered a new calling and now finds himself in the middle of a bigger fight ― saving rhinos from extinction.

Assam flood situation improves; 12 lakh in 22 districts still in grip of deluge, says govt
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Assam flood situation improves; 12 lakh in 22 districts still in grip of deluge, says govt

The State Disaster Response Force, district administrations and local people have rescued 46 people from different places during the last 24 hours by deploying 102 boats

Assam floods: Toll climbs to 105 with three more deaths; 27.64 lakh affected in 26 districts
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Assam floods: Toll climbs to 105 with three more deaths; 27.64 lakh affected in 26 districts

Authorities said that 47,465 people displaced by the floods are taking shelter in 649 relief camps and distribution centres set up across 21 districts

'Assam needs attention', India captain Sunil Chhetri aims to draw attention towards flood-hit north-eastern state
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'Assam needs attention', India captain Sunil Chhetri aims to draw attention towards flood-hit north-eastern state

The floods have so far claimed more than 70 lives and displaced nearly 40 lakh people in 26 districts of the state.

Assam floods leave two dead in 24 hours; over 10 lakh forced to flee homes as authorities say situation turning critical by the hour
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Assam floods leave two dead in 24 hours; over 10 lakh forced to flee homes as authorities say situation turning critical by the hour

Torrential rain hit at least 23 of Assam’s 33 districts and the federal water resources body said water levels in the Brahmaputra were expected to rise

Tiger on prowl leaves villagers living near Kaziranga National Park scared for life, worried about livestock; forest officials yet to trap feline
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Tiger on prowl leaves villagers living near Kaziranga National Park scared for life, worried about livestock; forest officials yet to trap feline

The tiger named Kazi 188 had killed a mother cow two days ago, and villagers are now having to feed the calf that is said to be about three months old.

One-horned rhino calf welcomed by conservationists, Assamese in celebration of a concerted effort to save the species
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One-horned rhino calf welcomed by conservationists, Assamese in celebration of a concerted effort to save the species

The newborn is seen as a big win for conservationists and efforts towards protecting the critically-threatened rhino species — the pride of Assam and the Assamese people.

Heroes of the Wild Frontiers: Krishnendu Bose documents lives, challenges of India's forest guards
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Heroes of the Wild Frontiers: Krishnendu Bose documents lives, challenges of India's forest guards

Acclaimed wildlife documentary filmmaker Krishnendu Bose's latest docuseries Heroes of the Wild Frontiers pays tribute to India’s unsung heroes of the wild. The six-episode series has been shot in some of India’s most beautiful wildlife habitats.

Floods in Assam, Bihar echo in Parliament: Five Indians died per day in rain-related accidents over past 3 years
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Floods in Assam, Bihar echo in Parliament: Five Indians died per day in rain-related accidents over past 3 years

As many as 6,585 people lost their lives due to rain-related natural calamities — such as cyclone, floods and landslides — in India over three years ending July 18, 2019, a government reply to the Lok Sabha said on 23 July, 2019. This amounts to nearly 2,000 deaths every year, on average.

Toll due to floods in Assam, Bihar rises to 174; IMD issues heavy rainfall warning for Mumbai
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Toll due to floods in Assam, Bihar rises to 174; IMD issues heavy rainfall warning for Mumbai

Floods in Bihar and Assam claimed four more lives on Tuesday taking the toll to 174, while two persons were killed due to lightning in Uttar Pradesh.

Floods in Bihar, Assam claims 170 lives till Monday; 1.07 crore people still reeling under effect of disaster
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Floods in Bihar, Assam claims 170 lives till Monday; 1.07 crore people still reeling under effect of disaster

Floods in Bihar and Assam have claimed 170 lives till Monday with 1.07 crore people still reeling under the effect of the deluge in the two states.

Floods continue to wreak havoc in Bihar and Assam; death toll mounts to 166, 1.11 crore people affected so far
India

Floods continue to wreak havoc in Bihar and Assam; death toll mounts to 166, 1.11 crore people affected so far

Floods continued to wreak havoc in Bihar and Assam, with around 1.11 crore people continuing to reel under the deluge in the two eastern states where the death toll reached 166 on Sunday.

Daily Bulletin: Karnataka trust vote delayed till Monday; TMC panel to meet kin of Sonbhadra victims; Assam flood toll rises to 47; day's top stories
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Daily Bulletin: Karnataka trust vote delayed till Monday; TMC panel to meet kin of Sonbhadra victims; Assam flood toll rises to 47; day's top stories

Day after Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra was detained and stopped from going to Sonbhadra district in Uttar Pradesh, where 10 people were gunned down this week during a clash over a land dispute, a team of Trinamool Congress (TMC) MPs is set to visit the families of the victims on Saturday.

India's water woes mount, with floods, droughts and millions of citizens at the mercy of the monsoons
India

India's water woes mount, with floods, droughts and millions of citizens at the mercy of the monsoons

While parts of India face water scarcity, others are facing destruction due to flooding. Both result in death of animals, humans, and biodiversity. Policymakers face challenges as climate change leads to uncertainty.

Toll in Assam floods rises to 27: Deluge grips state every monsoon; policy intervention need of the hour
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Toll in Assam floods rises to 27: Deluge grips state every monsoon; policy intervention need of the hour

Brahmaputra and Barak river systems are highly prone to floods. The 2017-18 report by Brahmaputra Board said that adverse topographical feature was among the main causes for frequent floods in the valley.

Assam floods: Akshay Kumar donates Rs 2 cr to CM Relief Fund, rescue operation in Kaziranga National Park
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Assam floods: Akshay Kumar donates Rs 2 cr to CM Relief Fund, rescue operation in Kaziranga National Park

Akshay Kumar also encouraged others to contribute to the relief fund set up by Assam's CM Sarbananda Sonowal.

Assam floods: Sprinter Hima Das donates half her salary for relief efforts, asks corporates to come forward as well
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Assam floods: Sprinter Hima Das donates half her salary for relief efforts, asks corporates to come forward as well

The torrential downpour in the state of Assam continued to wreak havoc on Monday, causing the flooding on National Highway 37 and affecting 200 villages in Morigaon district alone due to the rising water levels of river Brahmaputra.

Assam floods: 90% of Kaziranga National Park submerged, 155 anti-poaching camps affected, says state govt
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Assam floods: 90% of Kaziranga National Park submerged, 155 anti-poaching camps affected, says state govt

Ninety percent of the Kaziranga National Park in Golaghat and Nagaon districts of Assam is still submerged, affecting 150 anti-poaching camps, the state environment ministry said.

Floods claim 15 lives in Assam as 30 of state's 33 districts badly affected; Sarbananda Sonowal briefs Narendra Modi on situation
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Floods claim 15 lives in Assam as 30 of state's 33 districts badly affected; Sarbananda Sonowal briefs Narendra Modi on situation

The situation in Assam deteriorated Monday as floodwaters submerged 30 of the 33 districts in Assam and death toll increased to 15, even as Prime Minister Narendra Modi took stock of the situation and assured of all assistance from the Centre