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Latest News on Sundarbans
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Jan 27, 2020
Declining health of quarter of all mangrove trees in the Sundarbans apparent from satellite data: Study75 percent of the Sundarbans is greener than it was 30 years ago, with no major decrease in forest area.
Nov 09, 2019
Bangladesh on alert as Cyclone Bulbul approaches Bay of Bengal; Khulna region, home to Sundarbans, likely to be worst hitAuthorities in Bangladesh put more than 50,000 volunteers on standby and readied about 5000 shelters as a strong cyclone in the Bay of Bengal is expected to hit the low-lying nation's vast southwestern and southern coast on Saturday evening
Sep 19, 2019
Senthil Kumaran on documenting human-wildlife conflict, and photography as a socio-political toolSenthil Kumaran is a documentary photographer whose work focuses on social and environmental issues, with an ongoing project documenting the human-wildlife conflict.
May 03, 2019
Alert sounded in coastal West Bengal ahead of Cyclone Fani: Schools ordered shut in 6 districts including Kolkata; NDRF deployedAs Cyclone Fani moves closer to the east coast, the West Bengal government on Thursday sounded alert in several coastal districts and the state capital Kolkata, asking the public to leave seaside destinations and directing fishermen to not venture into the sea
Mar 29, 2019
Firstpost Editor's Picks: CPM's Muslim outreach, poll rhetoric on businesses, GoT's first episode; today's must-read storiesThe CPM inducted the Indian National League (INL) in the Left Democratic Front (LDF) headed by it as part of the new strategy. Party strategists believe that the induction of INL will trigger a realignment in the Muslim politics as it has been emerging as an alternative to the Indian Union Muslim League (IUML).
Mar 28, 2019
Tiger habitats in the Sundarbans are imperiled by climate change; govt intervention is urgently requiredRoyal Bengal tigers in the Bangladesh Sundarbans could be wiped off by 2070 due to a combination of climate change and sea level rise.
Feb 20, 2019
Firstpost Editor's Picks: Pulwama aftermath, Saudi crown prince in India and Champions League; today's must-read storiesWar with Pakistan is not a cricket match that one can sit and watch from the comfort of one's home on television and give advice about.
Jan 07, 2019
Gangetic River Dolphins may lose their home due to rise in water salinity: ReportThe increased salinity level is due to hydrological changes such as reduction in freshwater flow.
Aug 10, 2018
Tiger prawns collected by women of the Sundarbans are a global delicacy, but collectors remain a neglected lotThe women who collect tiger prawn seedlings in the Sundarbans risk health hazards as well as their lives because of the threat of crocodiles and tigers.
Aug 01, 2018
Sundarbans forest threatened by heedless industrialisation says UN expert, urges Bangladesh govt to take actionDespite UNESCO objections, the Bangladesh government has approved more than 320 industrial projects in the area, including a massive coal-fired power plant.