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Oceans in distress foreshadow mass extinction 21.6.2011 TOI: All Headlines
Oceans in distress foreshadow mass extinction
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Column: Hold back the ONGC FPO 21.6.2011 Financial Express: Front Page
Media reports say the ONGC management would like to kick off the roadshows sometime soon for its follow-on issue and launch the issue in early July.
Kerala seeks additional power from Central grid 20.6.2011 HBL: Industry & Economy

The Kerala Government has requested the Centre to allot additional power from its pool at a reduced rate, the State Power Minister, Mr Aryadan Muhammed, said today. The State had to...

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Sighting of 8 wild buffaloes thrills wildlife experts 20.6.2011 TOI: All Headlines
Sighting of 8 wild buffaloes thrills wildlife experts
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Environmentalists oppose eucalyptus plantation on forest land 20.6.2011 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
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ShelfLife 19.6.2011 Financial Express
ShelfLife
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Great Indian Bustard more endangered than tiger 19.6.2011 CNN-IBN: India
The population of the great Indian Bustard has reduced to less than 300, making the bird twice as endangered as the tiger. The rare bird has now been put on the Critically Endangered List by the World Conservation Union.
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ShelfLife 19.6.2011 Financial Express: Front Page
This is the second edition of this bestselling B2B textbook and offers accessible clarity of insight, combined with updated and engaging examples.
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Snake trade: How China mints money 17.6.2011 Rediff: Business
Thousands of tonnes of snakes are sold in restaurants across China.
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‘Play a role in conservation of nature' 17.6.2011 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
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Species expansion, exit must both be studied 16.6.2011 Hindu: Science & Technology
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Environmental degradation mars India’s growth: WB 16.6.2011 Indian Express: Business
Environmental degradation and growing scarcity of natural resources has marred India’s remarkable economic growth, a World Bank report said today.
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Drug ban saves vultures 15.6.2011 Down to Earth
Painkiller given to animals was killing the birds Oriental white-backed vulture being examined at a breeding centre at Rajabhatkhawa in West Bengal (SOURCE: CHRIS BOWDEN / RSPB)BAN ON the drug diclofenac, administered on domestic animals, has had a positive impact on the vulture population. It had not been quantified till recently.
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Katarniaghat, Dudhwa to remain close from today 15.6.2011 TOI: All Headlines
Katarniaghat, Dudhwa to remain close from today
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Earth's ‘human epoch' 15.6.2011 Frontline
Earth's ‘human epoch'
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Hydro-electric projects costing wildlife: Kumble 14.6.2011 Deccan Herald: District
Hydro-electric projects costing wildlife: Kumble
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Possibilities to be explored for rare mango variety Noor Jahan 14.6.2011 Central Chronicle
Possibilities to be explored for rare mango variety Noor Jahan
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Trawling ban from midnight 14.6.2011 NIE: Kerala
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The 47-day trawling ban by mechanised fishing boats during monsoon in the state would come into force from Tue..
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Environment camp ends 14.6.2011 Manipur: E-Pao
Environment camp ends
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Manipur deer faces threat from grass 14.6.2011 Telegraph: North Bengal
Imphal, June 13: The world's most threatened deer species Sangai, which is only found in Manipur, now faces a new threat from a plant known as para grass (brachiaria mutica).
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