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Macavity', the leopard that killed Janaki Lenini's dog, caught by a camera trap rural in Tamil Nadu, India I have a personal relationship with the leopard that prowls through our farm in Thiruvadisulam, rural Tamil Nadu, India...As I came out of
The deer slipped into the well while trying to escape from the dogs. The villages rushed to the farm where the well was located on hearing the dogs bark at around 3.30 a.m. A spotted deer that fell into a farm well near Palani was rescued by Fire and
The controversy over the Forest Department's NOC to the current owner of the estate, Poabs Estate Private Ltd, had rocked the Assembly during its current session, leading to the appointment of a three-member committee to examine whether there was any
The divergence has come to light due to a new methodology adopted by the Dehradun-based Forest Survey of India (FSI) this year. India has no more than 3.3 lakh sq kms of land under real forests, less than half the number claimed by the Ministry of
Sirsanapaali village of Bhadrachalam Division in Khammam district became the first village in Telangana and undivided Andhra Pradesh to get a community forest rights (CFR) title deed in the gram sabha's name for its forest boundary. After a 10-year
Justice RD Kothari posted the matter to July 16 after the actor's lawyer sought more time for representation of facts. The high court had on June 27 initiated the final hearing on the actor's plea which he had filed in April 2008 seeking quashing of
26 Kendrapara (Odisha): Around 65 nesting sites of estuarine crocodiles have been spotted in Bhitarkanika National Park in Odisha's Kendrapara district and the number is likely to increase as the counting process was still on, officials said.
Kabirwad, a famous pilgrimage island spot situated along the Narmada river in Bharuch district, has come under the radar of the forest department because of the increasing crocodile menace across the Narmada river bank that flows through the district.
The NGT had sought for an affidavit in a case related to the alleged felling of trees by the PWD and the Forest Department in violation of the Tribunal's orders. On Wednesday, the PWD's Superintendent Engineer for the project submitted that there
The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has asked the Forest Department and the Public Works Department (PWD) to file affidavits seeking permission to cut 206 trees to construct a ramp as part of the PWD's Elevated Corridor project between Vikaspuri and