National Board For Wildlife

'National Board For Wildlife' - 11 News Result(s)

  • Illegal Coal Mining Continued In Assam Sanctuary Before Centre's Approval: RTI
    India News | Written by Ratnadip Choudhury | Monday May 25, 2020
    At a time when social media in Assam is buzzing with campaigns against a green signal by the National Board of Wildlife for coal mining in a part of a wildlife sanctuary in the state's Tinsukia and Dibrugarh districts, an RTI reply had revealed that coal mining has been happening in that area even before the clearance was given by the wildlife body...
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  • Registration Begins For CBSE-WWF-India Wild Wisdom Quiz 2017; Open For Class 3-12 School Students
    Education | Written by Anisha Singh | Thursday May 18, 2017
    Central Board of Secondary Education has begun the registration process for CBSE-WWF-India Wild Wisdom Quiz 2017. The registrations are open for Primary and Middle School and Senior School students affiliated with CBSE.
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  • Rs 18,000 Crore Ken-Betwa River Linking Project Cleared
    India News | Press Trust of India | Friday February 10, 2017
    The investment clearance committee, comprising officials from NITI Aayog and Union Water Resources Ministry, for Ken-Betwa river linking today gave the approval for the Rs 18,000-crore national projectenvisaged to address drinking water and irrigation requirements of the parched Bundelkhand region.
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  • Over 55,000 Home Buyers to Get Possession of Flats in Noida
    Business | Press Trust of India | Thursday August 20, 2015
    The move to reduce the area of the eco-sensitive zone around the Okhla Bird Sanctuary here would boost housing demand and prices in the Noida property market, CREDAI-NCR President Manoj Gaur said.
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  • Thousands of Trees Being Chopped for Highway Without Clearance, Say Activists
    India News | Reported by Ketki Angre and Sanjay Tiwari, Edited by Shailaja Neelakantan | Wednesday March 25, 2015
    On National Highway 7, right in the middle of a lush, green forest near Maharashtra's Pench Tiger Reserve, is a stretch of land used by a quarter of the country's tiger population to move between the forests of central and southern India. This thickly-wooded corridor -- the only one connecting all the forests -- might soon be bereft of green cover,...
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  • Poachers-Turned-Conservationists Help Preserve Bio-Diversity in Sunderbans
    India News | Press Trust of India | Tuesday March 24, 2015
    Poachers have turned conservationists in the Sunderbans, giving a ray of hope to conservationists for saving the world's largest mangrove forest which is facing threat from rising sea level and climate change and the wildlife.
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  • Reform of India's Zoos Necessary after White Tiger Attack: Experts
    India News | Indo-Asian News Service | Friday October 3, 2014
    The recent incident of a man being killed by a white tiger at the Delhi zoo highlighted the need to restructure and revamp Indian zoological parks, while raising questions over the security of animals and visitors.
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  • Centre Red-Faced as Supreme Court Puts Wildlife Board Decisions on Hold
    India News | Reported by Ketki Angre, Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Tuesday August 26, 2014
    In a big embarrassment for the Narendra Modi government, the Supreme Court has virtually put on hold the decisions taken under the newly reconstituted National Wildlife Board. The board, chaired by PM Modi, is in charge of protecting the country's flora and fauna and balancing it with infrastructure growth - a thrust area for the Centre.
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  • Alarmed at Wildlife Board Rejig, Green Activists Demand PM's Intervention
    India News | Reported by Sidharth Pandey, Edited by Sanchari Bhattacharya | Monday August 11, 2014
    The National Board for Wildlife or NBWL will become virtually 'toothless' after its unprecedented reconstitution by the new government, fear some environmentalists.
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  • Hindustan Copper yet to secure NBWL nod for mine expansion: report
    Business | Sunday April 20, 2014
    Expansion of the Malanjkhand mine, which is the single largest copper deposit of India with nearly 70 per cent of the country's reserves, has already been delayed by about two years due to want of various regulatory approvals.
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  • Hope to secure clearance for Malanjkhand expansion by December: Hind Copper
    Business | Wednesday October 23, 2013
    State-owned Hindustan Copper has said it is hopeful of securing National Wildlife Board's permission by December for expanding its flagship Malanjkhand mine in Madhya Pradesh, which is the single largest copper deposit of India with nearly 70 per cent of the country's reserves.
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'National Board For Wildlife' - 11 News Result(s)

  • Illegal Coal Mining Continued In Assam Sanctuary Before Centre's Approval: RTI
    India News | Written by Ratnadip Choudhury | Monday May 25, 2020
    At a time when social media in Assam is buzzing with campaigns against a green signal by the National Board of Wildlife for coal mining in a part of a wildlife sanctuary in the state's Tinsukia and Dibrugarh districts, an RTI reply had revealed that coal mining has been happening in that area even before the clearance was given by the wildlife body...
    www.ndtv.com
  • Registration Begins For CBSE-WWF-India Wild Wisdom Quiz 2017; Open For Class 3-12 School Students
    Education | Written by Anisha Singh | Thursday May 18, 2017
    Central Board of Secondary Education has begun the registration process for CBSE-WWF-India Wild Wisdom Quiz 2017. The registrations are open for Primary and Middle School and Senior School students affiliated with CBSE.
    www.ndtv.com/education
  • Rs 18,000 Crore Ken-Betwa River Linking Project Cleared
    India News | Press Trust of India | Friday February 10, 2017
    The investment clearance committee, comprising officials from NITI Aayog and Union Water Resources Ministry, for Ken-Betwa river linking today gave the approval for the Rs 18,000-crore national projectenvisaged to address drinking water and irrigation requirements of the parched Bundelkhand region.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Over 55,000 Home Buyers to Get Possession of Flats in Noida
    Business | Press Trust of India | Thursday August 20, 2015
    The move to reduce the area of the eco-sensitive zone around the Okhla Bird Sanctuary here would boost housing demand and prices in the Noida property market, CREDAI-NCR President Manoj Gaur said.
    www.ndtv.com/business
  • Thousands of Trees Being Chopped for Highway Without Clearance, Say Activists
    India News | Reported by Ketki Angre and Sanjay Tiwari, Edited by Shailaja Neelakantan | Wednesday March 25, 2015
    On National Highway 7, right in the middle of a lush, green forest near Maharashtra's Pench Tiger Reserve, is a stretch of land used by a quarter of the country's tiger population to move between the forests of central and southern India. This thickly-wooded corridor -- the only one connecting all the forests -- might soon be bereft of green cover,...
    www.ndtv.com
  • Poachers-Turned-Conservationists Help Preserve Bio-Diversity in Sunderbans
    India News | Press Trust of India | Tuesday March 24, 2015
    Poachers have turned conservationists in the Sunderbans, giving a ray of hope to conservationists for saving the world's largest mangrove forest which is facing threat from rising sea level and climate change and the wildlife.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Reform of India's Zoos Necessary after White Tiger Attack: Experts
    India News | Indo-Asian News Service | Friday October 3, 2014
    The recent incident of a man being killed by a white tiger at the Delhi zoo highlighted the need to restructure and revamp Indian zoological parks, while raising questions over the security of animals and visitors.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Centre Red-Faced as Supreme Court Puts Wildlife Board Decisions on Hold
    India News | Reported by Ketki Angre, Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Tuesday August 26, 2014
    In a big embarrassment for the Narendra Modi government, the Supreme Court has virtually put on hold the decisions taken under the newly reconstituted National Wildlife Board. The board, chaired by PM Modi, is in charge of protecting the country's flora and fauna and balancing it with infrastructure growth - a thrust area for the Centre.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Alarmed at Wildlife Board Rejig, Green Activists Demand PM's Intervention
    India News | Reported by Sidharth Pandey, Edited by Sanchari Bhattacharya | Monday August 11, 2014
    The National Board for Wildlife or NBWL will become virtually 'toothless' after its unprecedented reconstitution by the new government, fear some environmentalists.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Hindustan Copper yet to secure NBWL nod for mine expansion: report
    Business | Sunday April 20, 2014
    Expansion of the Malanjkhand mine, which is the single largest copper deposit of India with nearly 70 per cent of the country's reserves, has already been delayed by about two years due to want of various regulatory approvals.
    www.ndtv.com/business
  • Hope to secure clearance for Malanjkhand expansion by December: Hind Copper
    Business | Wednesday October 23, 2013
    State-owned Hindustan Copper has said it is hopeful of securing National Wildlife Board's permission by December for expanding its flagship Malanjkhand mine in Madhya Pradesh, which is the single largest copper deposit of India with nearly 70 per cent of the country's reserves.
    www.ndtv.com/business
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