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WWF, Railways working jointly to protect wild animals from rail mishaps

Posted by on Apr 13, 2016

Pilibhit: To protect wild animals from falling prey to train mishaps, the world wide fund for nature (WWF) India is chalking out a joint strategy in coordination with North-East Railways. A joint survey team of WWF and NE railway visited the forest belt of Mala range in Pilibhit Tiger Reserve area on Monday to explore the possible measures of wildlife safety. Meter-gauge railway line in the area is being converted to broad-gauge on Pilibhit-Lucknow route via Pilibhit....

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Indian Tigers Will Roar In Cambodia

Posted by on Apr 15, 2016

To increase tiger population in Cambodia, India can relocate some tigers to the country under the global effort to increase the number of big cats. What’s the story? In the just concluded ‘third Asia Ministerial Conference on tiger conservation’, India’s minister of forest and environment, Prakash Javdekar has said that India would cooperate with all countries on increasing tiger population. Why relocation to Cambodia? Historically...

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Save Tiger मुहिम ने दुनिया में बढ़ाये बाघ, यूपी में सिमटे, पीलीभीत भी चपेट में

Posted by on Apr 13, 2016

लखनऊ: सेव टाइगर मुहीम रंग ला रही है। दुनिया भर में इस बात से ख़ुशी मनाई जा रही है की बाघों की संख्या बढ़ गई। मगर उत्तर प्रदेश के पास इसकी ख़ुशी मानाने के लिए कुछ नहीं। यूपी...

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गर्मियों की छुट्टियों में चले आइए पीलीभीत… चूका बीच का उठाएं आनंद

Posted by on Apr 15, 2016

पीलीभीत : स्कूल-कॉलेजों में छुट्टियां होने के बाद बच्चे पहाड़ी इलाका व जंगल की सैर को परिवार के साथ निकलते हैं। सैर के दौरान बच्चे परिजनों के साथ जमकर आनंद उठाते हैं।...

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Indian Tigers Will Roar In Cambodia

Indian Tigers Will Roar In Cambodia

Apr 15, 2016

To increase tiger population in Cambodia, India can relocate some tigers to the country under the global effort to increase the number of big cats. What’s the story? In the just concluded ‘third Asia Ministerial Conference on tiger conservation’, India’s minister of forest and environment, Prakash Javdekar has said that India would cooperate with all countries on increasing tiger population. Why relocation to Cambodia? Historically...

India now has 70 percent of world’s tiger population

India now has 70 percent of world’s tiger population

Apr 13, 2016

Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar lauded Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s commitment towards tiger conservation Efforts to save the tiger have pushed India’s population of the big cat to nearly 2,500, Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar today said hailing the strides the country has made in this regard. Highlighting the need for protecting tiger corridors, he announced incentivising project proponents to give land for compensatory...