User: indiatogether Topic: Environment
Category: Biodiversity :: Species Loss
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Greater NOIDA builders in red over green violations? 7.8.2011 DNA: Top News
Agitated farmers allege that builders in and around NOIDA Extension have caused "irreversible" damage to the environment.
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Greater Noida builders in red over green violations? 7.8.2011 New Kerala: World News
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Puffer fish wreaks havoc 7.8.2011 Hindu: News
Fishermen who set out to sea from several locations in the district on Saturday returned with shredded nets and little or no catch. Shoals of puffer fish prowling the coastal waters are wreaking h...
Concern over move to hand over land to AR 4.8.2011 The Assam Tribune
Concern over move to hand over land to AR
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Management of mosquito bugs in tea 4.8.2011 Hindu: Home
Two species of tea mosquito bugs: Helopeltis thievora and Helopeltis antonii are the most important sucking pests of tea. The nymphs and adults of these insects suck sap...
Looking at gene pool for King Cobras 3.8.2011 TOI: Cities
Looking at gene pool for King Cobras
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Aaranyak to assist rhino conservation in Indonesia 2.8.2011 TOI: All Headlines
Aaranyak to assist rhino conservation in Indonesia
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'Mining, construction pose threat to Sahyadri's microfauna' 2.8.2011 DNA: Mumbai
Conservationist Varad Giri speaks about the need to preserve biodiversity of Western Ghats.
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NIA nails RSS leader for terror links 1.8.2011 GovernanceNow: Top Stories
The national investigation agency (NIA) has successfully collated evidence and documents for apprehending Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) leader Indresh. The probe provides political ammunition to t
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Bangalore residents come together to revive Kaikondrahalli Lake 1.8.2011 DNA: Top News
Residents of Kaikondrahalli, off Sarjapur Road, have something to be pleased about. The Kaikondrahalli Lake, on the verge of extinction, now appears all set on the path of revival, thanks to the efforts of the people in the neighbourhood.
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Kirloskar Vasundhara film festival from Aug 8 30.7.2011 New Kerala: World News
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Two new species of spiders discovered in Melghat reserve 30.7.2011 TOI: All Headlines
Two new species of spiders discovered in Melghat reserve
How 20 years of neoliberalism has ravaged India 29.7.2011 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
Ironically, on the 20th anniversary of the event, the sleaze associated with neoliberalism, with all its cronyism, criminality and plunder of public wealth, is on full display.
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How 20 years of neoliberalism has ravaged India 29.7.2011 Rediff: Business
Ironically, on the 20th anniversary of the event, the sleaze associated with neoliberalism, with all its cronyism, criminality and plunder of public wealth, is on full display.
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Protected areas alone cannot stem biodiversity loss: study 28.7.2011 Hindu: Kerala
The continued reliance on a strategy of setting aside land and marine territories as “protected areas” is insufficient to stem global biodiversity loss, says a comprehensive study publ...
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Joanna Lumley joins save tiger campaign 28.7.2011 New Kerala: India News
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World of insects 27.7.2011 Frontline
Insects are a successful and highly evolved group of animals whose lineage pre-dates dinosaurs.
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Memory of murdered Hunsur boys lives on in six peacocks 26.7.2011 Bangalore Mirror: City
CADA chief who adopted the birds says they will spread the message of peace...
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Move to hand over forest land to Army opposed 24.7.2011 The Assam Tribune
Move to hand over forest land to Army opposed
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Wildlife conservation lesson for judiciary 24.7.2011 Manipur: E-Pao
Wildlife conservation lesson for judiciary
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