Press Review

12 Documents in this Category: Nature: Facts, Status, Knowledge at location: Asia

Many reasons for Ganga's plight: Experts
Times of India -  The pollution of Ganga is a complex issue that needs a multi-pronged approach to address. Along with the failure of Ganga Action Plan (GAP), other fac... read more
[08 Dec 2013] 

Viewpoint: Why Burma's forests must be preserved
BBC -  For the first time in more than 50 years, a team of wildlife film-makers has been permitted to venture deep into Burma's barely penetrable jungles. Th... read more
[03 Dec 2013] 

Concerted effort for conservation of rainforests urged
Times of India -  Concerted efforts are the need of the hour to conserve the rich contiguous rainforest patch of Dihing-Patkai Wildlife Sanctuary and its adjoining Uppe... read more
[21 Nov 2013] 

Cheetahs' Iranian revival cheers conservationists
Guardian (London) -  Wildlife experts hail success of UN-backed initiative to protect Asiatic cheetahs from extinction despite sanctions... read more
[24 Oct 2013] 

Conservationists excited by tiger population rise in Nepal
Reuters -  The number of wild Royal Bengal tigers in Nepal has increased to 198, a 63.6 percent rise in five years, a government survey of the big cats showed... read more
[31 Jul 2013] 

Study finds rare turtles, gharials in parts of Yamuna
Times of India -  The filthy stretch of Yamuna in Delhi is often not acknowledged to be a river at all. But wildlife researchers studying the Yamuna say that the river ... read more
[29 Jul 2013] 

How tigers are faring in their final frontier
Mongabay.com -  Sharing homes with the world’s second most populous country is no mean feat. ... read more
[16 Jul 2013] 

How elephants invaded my childrens' school
Guardian (London) -  Man-elephant conflict in India has escalated dangerously... read more
[15 Jul 2013] 

Asiatic lions have homes in over 1,000 Saurashtra villages
Times of India -  Have Asiatic lions found their own homes within the home around the Gir forest? ... read more
[15 Jul 2013] 

Nature Studies: In the turmoil of Jerusalem who would have suspected this tiny oasis?
The Independent (London) -  The tranquil Jerusalem Bird Observatory is is bang in the middle of one of the world’s great bird-migration route and has recorded more than 200 speci... read more
[04 Jul 2013] 

Rampaging elephant herd pushed towards Tamil Nadu
Times of India -  Rampaging wild elephants reached the outskirts of Bangalore on Monday, creating panic among villagers of Anekal taluk.... read more
[25 Jun 2013] 

Urbanization and surface warming in eastern China
Terra Daily -  A recent study indicated that the urbanization in eastern China has significant impact on the observed surface warming and the temporal-spatial variat... read more
[15 May 2013]