The Delhi High Court Friday directed the Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animal (SPCA) to immediately take the 9-year-old hippopotamus who has been illegally kept by the Asiad Circus management and place it in the zoo.Readmore..
Not all avian influenza viruses cause disease in humans. However, some can infect humans and cause severe disease.Readmore..
Landmark translocation of tigers to strengthen conservation efforts in western Rajaji. Rajaji Tiger Reserve in Uttarakhand received two tigers from Corbett Tiger Reserve as part of an ongoing conservation effort to boost the tiger population in the westerReadmore..
Minister for Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Prakash Javadekar today released 'Management Effectiveness Evaluation' (MEE) of 146 National Park and Wildlife Sanctuaries in the Country.Readmore..
Bird flu explained: Bird flu, also called avian influenza, is a viral infection that can infect not only birds, but also humans and other animals.Readmore..
India witnessed a growth in the population of leopards after a survey conducted in multiple densely forested leopard and tiger habitats. As per the study by National Tiger Conservation Authority and Wildlife Institute of India (NTCA-WII), the leopard popuReadmore..
Launch of SECURE Himalaya Youth Video Fellowship Films on the occasion of the International Mountain Day, December 11, 2020
The UN Environment Programe (UNEP) celebrates December 11 as the International Mountain Day annually to focus on the importance of mountains in our lives.Readmore..
At the 37th General Body meeting of Central Zoo Authority chaired by Union Minister for Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Shri Prakash Javadekar two new zoos the Rajgir Zoo Safari in Nalanda, Bihar, and Shaheed Ashfaque Ullah Khan Prani UdyaanReadmore..
Telangana's Forest Department has sought help of the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) and the Wildlife Institute of India (WII) in dealing with tigers in Asifabad district after they mauled to death two persons in last 18 days.Readmore..
The Supreme Court on Wednesday wondered why felling of trees was necessary to widen roads or to keep them aligned in a straight line, and suggested that roads could instead be zigzag, which would help reduce speed of vehicles and save lives by avoiding acReadmore..