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Category: Biodiversity :: Species Loss
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Dwindling population of vultures, a cause for concern: study 8.9.2013 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Dwindling population of vultures, a cause for concern: study
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Dwindling vulture population, a cause for concern: study 8.9.2013 Hindu: Energy & Environment
In the absence of a stable population, the presence of meagre number of vultures in Moyar region and that too presence of only four of the nine species of vultures in Moyar valley is a cause for co...
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“Climate change can impact poor women’s health” 8.9.2013 Hindu: Policy & Issues
As the threat of climate change slowly becomes a reality, poor women will be the largest social group to feel the heat. Though the impact, in the form of severe droughts, heavy rains and...
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In touch with Afghanistan over author's murder: Salman Khurhsid 6.9.2013 DNA: India
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Stakeholders roped in to protect tree species 6.9.2013 DNA: India
25 tree species in MP are in near threatened category
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Lakshadweep getting choked by human activity: study 5.9.2013 Hindu: National
Coral reefs facing threat from pollution, dredging and blast fishing
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Village vignettes 4.9.2013 Deccan Chronicle: Lifestyle
Animals in myriad colours, depicting scenes from everyday life, often interspersed with a stray number or letter, occupy his canvas with ease. For artist Gandhi Ch is inspired by transition; by his constant need for travel and seeing different places. Ironically, his biggest inspiration seems to
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‘We are talking more using fewer words’ 3.9.2013 The Hindu: Today's Paper
‘We are talking more using fewer words’
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Bird species face threat from all sides 2.9.2013 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Bird species face threat from all sides
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Strike holds back zoo visitors 1.9.2013 Telegraph: North Bengal
Sept. 1: Tourists who had planned a Darjeeling trip are not the only losers this Puja. Two snow leopards, too, have had their trip to the hills cancelled.
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Ground-nesting bird species faced with danger from different sides 1.9.2013 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Ground-nesting bird species faced with danger from different sides
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Ground-nesting bird species endangered in Tamil Nadu 1.9.2013 Hindu: Home
Naturalists make a strong case for comprehensive study to save them from extinction
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A to Z of the Indian Economy 1.9.2013 Indian Express: Op-Ed
Challenged by the leader of the Opposition in the Rajya Sabha to explain the current economic crisis, PM Manmohan Singh broke his vow of silence to say there was no need to panic. Similar words were uttered by the captain of the Titanic. For those who are economically challenged, a list of economic phrases to explain the present circumstances:
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Minister can’t bear the stink 31.8.2013 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Minister can’t bear the stink
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Poaching, deforestation have led to imbalance in biosphere: Alina 31.8.2013 TOI: Goa
Poaching, deforestation have led to imbalance in biosphere: Alina
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Turtles in trouble 30.8.2013 Down to Earth
Faulty lake development design is pushing rare Bostami turtle of Tripura to extinction in its only known refuge—the Kalyan Sagar lake The black softshell turtles are trapped by the concrete wall erected around the lake. They topple back into water whenever they try to climb the steps in order to sun ...
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A whirlwind tour of environment zones 30.8.2013 The Hindu: Today's Paper
A whirlwind tour of environment zones
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A whirlwind tour of eco zones 30.8.2013 The Hindu: Today's Paper
A whirlwind tour of eco zones
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First mammals thrived after greatest mass extinction 252 million years ago 29.8.2013 New Kerala: World News
Washington, August 29 : The ancient closest relatives of mammals -cynodont therapsids - were able to survive the greatest mass extinction 252 million years ago and thrived in the aftermath, a new research has claimed.
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GM crop is an opportunity, not a curse: Farm expert 28.8.2013 HBL: Industry & Economy
R.S. Paroda, the sixth member of Technical Expert Committee on the genetically modified organisms, has submitted a report to the apex court with views that are diametrically opposite to the one su...
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