User: indiatogether Topic: Environment
Category: Biodiversity :: Species Loss
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‘Climate change leading to massive death of biodiversity' 30.12.2010 HBL: Industry & Economy
Climate change and environmental pollution have led to massive death of biodiversity by triggering change in responsive genes, according to Dr P. Rajora, Professor and Senior Researcher at the Genomics and Conservation Genetics Institute,
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Jaitapur project promoters can't buy off villagers: study 29.12.2010 Hindu: National
It will be a mistake to construe the people's struggle against the proposed Jaitapur Nuclear Power Project as an agitation for higher compensation, says a social impact assessment report pre...
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Farmers suicide due to new economic policies: Dr Shiva 29.12.2010 New Kerala: Kerala News
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IBC Expo has 150 stalls 29.12.2010 New Kerala: Kerala News
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Ministry of environment and forests identifies critically endangered species 29.12.2010 TOI: All Headlines
Ministry of environment and forests identifies critically endangered species
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Climate change brews coffee trouble in Southern states 29.12.2010 DNA: India
According to scientists, over the next two decades, the quality and quantity of coffee beans will suffer, and costs will escalate. About 67% of Karnataka's forests are vulnerable to climate change; the effects will be less severe in Kerala and Tamil Nadu.
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Crocodile sanctuary in the offing: Jairam Ramesh 28.12.2010 TOI: All Headlines
Crocodile sanctuary in the offing: Jairam Ramesh
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Spare natural forests and sanctuaries appeals environmentalist in Ahmedabad 28.12.2010 DNA: Top News
In its 42nd lecture, 'Why should we conserve biodiversity?' the NGO invited Yatri Baxi, environmental communicator and editor of Paryavaran Santri, a Gujarati magazine on conserving biodiversity in Ahmedabad.
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A sanctuary coming up for ghariyals 28.12.2010 Hindu: Energy & Environment
A sanctuary for ghariyals (fresh water crocodiles) spread over 1,600 sq km will be created along the Chambal River in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh to protect the species from...
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Crocodile sanctuary in the offing: Jairam Ramesh 27.12.2010 New Kerala: World News
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Efforts redoubled to save Gangetic dolphins 27.12.2010 TOI: All Headlines
Efforts redoubled to save Gangetic dolphins
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Steps demanded to protect Poba RF 27.12.2010 The Assam Tribune
Steps demanded to protect Poba RF
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Efforts redoubled to save Gangetic dolphins 26.12.2010 TOI: Patna
Efforts redoubled to save Gangetic dolphins
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Cachar College celebrates golden jubilee 26.12.2010 The Assam Tribune
Cachar College celebrates golden jubilee
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We too need a home 26.12.2010 Hindu: Open Page
I envy the dogs and cats. They have nothing to fear, no work to do, plenty to eat and so many privileges
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How ancient penguins got their cold-weather coats 25.12.2010 New Kerala: India News
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How ancient penguins got their cold-weather coats 25.12.2010 DNA: Top News
Palaeeudyptes-one of the 'giant' penguins that lived during the Oligocene, about 28 million years ago-may have evolved a means of retaining heat when they were still living in warm climates, reveals a new study.
How ancient penguins got their cold-weather coats 25.12.2010 Oneindia.in: News
Washington, Dec 25 (ANI): Palaeeudyptes-one of the 'giant' penguins that lived during the Oligocene, about 28 million years ago-may have evolved a means of retaining heat when they were still living in warm climates, reveals a new study.
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How ancient penguins got their cold weather coats 25.12.2010 Hindu: Science
Palaeeudyptes-one of the ‘giant’ penguins that lived during the Oligocene, about 28 million years ago-may have evolved a means of retaining heat when they were still living in warm cli...
Students show concern over death of lakes and loss of green cover in Karnataka 25.12.2010 DNA: Top News
Varthur Lake is highly polluted and the government should do something immediately to save it for the welfare of residents and the biodiversity of the region.
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