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    Divorce is More Common in Albatross Couples with Shy Males, Study Finds

    In a long-studied population of wandering albatrosses, females are less likely to stick with a shy mate. By Jennifer Chu  |  MIT News Office The wandering...

    India Draws Up Action Plan for Introducing New Cheetahs

    The project will establish breeding cheetah populations in safe habitats across its historical range and manage them as a metapopulation, according to the action...

    Nepal’s Wild Tiger Population Triples Over 12 Years

    The Nepal government announced that the nation’s tiger population had increased from the baseline established in 2009 – an increase of over 190 per...

    Indian Oil, National Tiger Conservation Authority to Bring Cheetah Back to India

    This project will also have important conservation ramifications as cheetah restoration is significant for ethos, especially after the last of the Indian cheetahs died...

    Heatwave in Kashmir Spells Difficult Future for Pastoralists

    This year’s heatwave has left the pastoralist community of Jammu and Kashmir with inadequate fodder and water, and many fear an uncertain future in...

    Europe Is On Fire

    Blistering heat across Europe is taking a huge toll – wildfires across the southwest of the continent have caused hundreds of deaths, and seen...

    Can The Plastic Problem Get More Elephantine Than This?

    A new study has documented the extent of plastic ingestion as an emerging threat to endangered Asian Elephants in Uttarakhand. The researchers say that...

    Narrow Valuation of Nature is Widening Biodiversity Loss

    The Assessment Report on the Diverse Values and Valuation of Nature brought out by the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services argues...
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    Non-communicable Diseases Emerge as ‘Top Killers Globally’ – WHO

    Authors of the report say that every two seconds, one person under the age of 70 dies of a...

    How to Make COP27 a Success

    From melting glaciers to a ‘monster’ monsoon, record-breaking floods have left a third of Pakistan currently under water and...

    Have MGNREGA Workers Become Bonded Labourers?

    Millions of workers remain unpaid for their work for several months. Despite over Rs. 21,000 crores of pending wages,...

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