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'Cheetah In India' - 16 News Result(s)

  • Mother Drops 2-Year-Old Son Into Cheetah Pit at Zoo

    Mother Drops 2-Year-Old Son Into Cheetah Pit at Zoo

    A 2-year-old boy fell into a cheetah enclosure at a US zoo after his mother dangled him over the railing and he slipped out of her grasp. Cleveland Zoo officials said the cheetahs never approached the boy or his parents, who jumped in to rescue him.

  • Armymen's Wives Urge Manohar Parrikar to Stop Use of 'Outdated' Choppers

    Armymen's Wives Urge Manohar Parrikar to Stop Use of 'Outdated' Choppers

    A group of women comprising wives of Army officers today met Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar in New Delhi urging him to stop the use of "outdated" Cheetah and Chetak helicopters, which has claimed a number of lives.

  • Airbus in Talks With M&M, Tata Group, RIL For Joint Venture

    Airbus in Talks With M&M, Tata Group, RIL For Joint Venture

    The company, a unit of Airbus Group is offering to build its light utility AS550 Fennec and the medium lift EC725 for India's armed forces, which are heavily dependent on an ageing fleet of Cheetah and Chetak helicopters.

  • Army's Cheetah Helicopter Crashes in Dimapur, None Injured

    Army's Cheetah Helicopter Crashes in Dimapur, None Injured

    A Cheetah helicopter of the Army crashed today seconds after taking off from Rangapahar helipad in Nagaland's Dimapur district, with the two pilots and an army official on board escaping unhurt.

  • Three Army Officers Die in Cheetah Helicopter Crash in UP

    Three army officers were killed after their Cheetah helicopter crashed in Bareilly in Uttar Pradesh this morning.

  • Usain Bolt Wants to Compete With a Cheetah, Says he is Unbeatable

    Usain Bolt Wants to Compete With a Cheetah, Says he is Unbeatable

    Usain Bolt, the world's fastest man, is in no mood to let anyone beat him in the 100m. Says Justin Gatlin, Tyson Gay and Yohan Blake are strong contenders.

  • Indian 'Wolf' in demand for taming wild beasts in Gulf

    Indian 'Wolf' in demand for taming wild beasts in Gulf

    Ever since he tamed a cheetah in Bahrain last year, an animal trainer from India has become a much sought-after name in the Gulf countries for taming wild beasts.

  • How brave, tireless pilots fought to give Uttarakhand a sheltering sky

    How brave, tireless pilots fought to give Uttarakhand a sheltering sky

    Almost a decade ago, Suneet Sohal, then a Major in the Army, was flying me on a tiny Cheetah helicopter from Partapur, a Brigade Headquarters in North Ladakh, to the Army's Siachen base camp, the hub of all operations along the Siachen glacier. We were flying low over a valley above the Nubra river alongside the mighty Saltoro range dominated by s...

  • Four-legged robot that runs like a cat developed by Swiss scientists

     Four-legged robot that runs like a cat developed by Swiss scientists

    Robots developed from this concept could eventually be used in search and rescue missions or for exploration.

  • Cheetah dies in Gujarat zoo

    Cheetah dies in Gujarat zoo

    A female cheetah brought from Singapore died in Sakkarbaug zoo of Junagadh district.

  • Cheetah cubs named after fastest American sprinters

    Cheetah cubs named after fastest American sprinters

    The 3-month-old cheetah cubs at the National Zoo in Washington have been named for the fastest American runners in the Olympics.

  • Anatomy of a goof-up: How an Indian Army chopper landed in Pakistan

    Anatomy of a goof-up: How an Indian Army chopper landed in Pakistan

    About a year ago, a Cheetah Helicopter of the Aviation Wing of the Indian Army landed in Pakistan, almost sparking a diplomatic row between the two countries. But how could an aircraft land in Pakistan?

  • Supreme Court stops government from importing cheetahs from Namibia

    Supreme Court stops government from importing cheetahs from Namibia

    The Supreme Court today stayed the Centre's project of bringing in 15 cheetahs from Namibia in Africa to the Kunopalpur sanctuary in Madhya Pradesh.

  • India to re-introduce extinct Cheetah

    India to re-introduce extinct Cheetah

    The Environment Ministry has released latest finding of the International Union Conservation for Nature according to which two more species are now on the critically endangered list.This takes the list of endangered species that are in danger of being lost forever to 57.These findings are surely going to hurt animal lovers and activists. But, there...

  • Ageing choppers to blame for Army Majors' death in Nashik crash?

    Ageing choppers to blame for Army Majors' death in Nashik crash?

    Two Army Majors lost their lives in a chopper crash in Nashik on Wednesday. Both pilots Major Atul Garje and Major Bhanu Chander died in trying to save civilian lives on ground.Their ageing Cheetah helicopter developed a major snag immediately after take-off. Finding no space to land, the two crashed into an empty residential compound.The crash has...

  • Tiger experts say no to cheetahs

    Tiger experts say no to cheetahs

    India's conservationists are still battling the collective guilt of losing the cheetah, the only animal to have become extinct in independent India. In this context, plans to reintroduce the cheetah have been met with enthusiasm by wildlife experts.

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