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|Assam: From flood to poachers, 49 rhinos dead since new govt came to power|
|Posted On: 2016-08-12 10:57:34 , By Mr. Raj Kumar||Send Inquiry: Click Here|
Forty-nine rhinos have died since May in Assam and horns of only 19 were recovered by the Forest Department, the state Assembly was informed on Thursday.
Replying to a written query by BPF MLA Majendra Narzary, state Forest Minister Pramila Rani Brahma said 49 rhinos have lost their lives since the new BJP-led government took charge in May this year.
Out of this, poachers killed five rhinos in K Read more...
|Centre clears way for Assam team to bring back elephant stranded in Bangladesh|
|Posted On: 2016-07-29 10:19:54 , By Mr. Raj Kumar||Send Inquiry: Click Here|
The Centre has cleared a proposal to send a rescue team to Bangladesh to retrieve an elephant stranded there after being washed away by the strong currents of the Brahmaputra river from Assam.
Officials of the Union Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change Tuesday said they had received the political clearance for the visit by an expert team to Bangladesh. The Chief Wildlife Warden of A Read more...
|NGO Appeals Sushma Swaraj To Bring Elephant Stranded In Bangladesh|
|Posted On: 2016-07-25 11:06:01 , By Mr. Raj Kumar||Send Inquiry: Click Here|
Amid report of an elephant from Assam being stranded in Bangladesh after being washed away in the strong currents of Brahmaputra river, an international animal protection body has appealed to External Affairs minister Sushma Swaraj to expedite the process of its return.
In a letter to Ms Swaraj, Humane Society International requested the minister to expedite the permissions required by the rescue Read more...
|Nagpur?s beloved big cat goes missing, over 100 join the hunt|
|Posted On: 2016-07-21 10:49:52 , By Mr. Raj Kumar||Send Inquiry: Click Here|
WHEN JAI arrived at the Umred Karhandla Wildlife Sanctuary in 2013, it made big news ? he had travelled 100 km over the course of one month in search of a mate, crossing rivers, farms and even National Highway 6.
Three years later, Jai, a 250-kg giant tiger and one of the most popular inhabitants of the reserve, has stirred passions yet again, but for the opposite reason ? the six-year-old tiger Read more...
|Supreme Court asks NGOs to move High Court against declaring Nilgai as vermins|
|Posted On: 2016-07-16 11:25:23 , By Mr. Raj Kumar||Send Inquiry: Click Here|
Supreme Court on Friday asked an animal rights activist and NGOs to approach Delhi High Court with their plea for quashing of three notifications of the Centre declaring Nilgais, monkeys and wild boars as vermins.
A bench of Chief Justice T S Thakur and A M Khanwilkar said the High Court had the jurisdiction and could decide the issue at hand.
Senior advocate K K Venugopal said the three notific Read more...
|Two different medical reports of same Rambo animals raise questions over confiscation|
|Posted On: 2016-07-02 10:50:29 , By Mr. Raj Kumar||Send Inquiry: Click Here|
After an uproar over the confiscation of animals of the Rambo circus, now fresh doubts have surfaced over the authenticity of the medical records of the animals.
The medical reports of the animals seem to be contradicting at many levels.
While one medical report (dated May 28, 2016) of the four elephants, prepared by veterinarian Dr ND Deshmukh of Maharashtra Animal Husbandry Department, points Read more...
|Pune Rambo Circus finally gets back its animals|
|Posted On: 2016-06-23 12:41:48 , By Mr. Raj Kumar||Send Inquiry: Click Here|
Nearly a month after 22 of its animals were confiscated by the Animal Welfare Board of India (AWBI), Rambo Circus in Pune finally got back its animals on Wednesday following orders of a court in Pimpri two days ago.
Though the court ordered AWBI to co-operate with the investigating officer and comply with its order, when the circus staff reached ResQ Centre near Bavdhan where the animals had been Read more...
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