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Article 370 can’t be abrogated, repealed or amended, rules Jammu and Kashmir HC

“It is high time for all the political parties to support the bill without excuses and explanations. The restoration of Sardar-e-Riyasat and post of Prime Minister would not mean a permanent solution to the dispute of Jammu and Kashmir but will be an act to respect the court orders and a move to satisfy the sentiments of masses,” he said.

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Good news from Tadoba reserve: Tiger numbers rising

A long-term project of five years has been undertaken at Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve to monitor tigers and leopards by installing radio collars on five tigers and five leopards. The radio collar has enabled the forest officials to monitor movement of one male tiger up to 100 square kilometre area. For the last one year, data is being collected on a daily basis and at present there are at least 15 cubs in Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve.

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Sulking Akhilesh Yadav skips Sefai fest, strains show in Yadav clan

With Akhilesh virtually cut off from the party mainstream because of work and official protocol, the ambitious uncle might just have the last laugh when it comes to leading the party into the election arena in 2017.

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Reconsider clearance to coal mine near Tadoba, says MoEF panel member

According to the REC member, the coal mine stands to threaten an important tiger corridor that connects Tadoba’s tiger population southwards to Indravati Tiger Reserve, Chattisgarh.

Taking note of dna’s story on the potential threat to Tadoba’s tigers due to a coal mine that was given forest clearance in Chandrapur district, a member of the regional empowered committee (REC) of environment minister told dna that the clearance should be reconsidered. The environment ministry’s forest advisory committee (FAC) has recommended stage-I clearance for extension of the Durgapur open cast mine run by Western Coalfields, that has a capacity of 2MT per annum. The mine will supply coal to the Chandrapur Super Thermal Power Station, run by Maharashtra State Power Generation Company.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>According to the REC member, the coal mine stands to threaten an important tiger corridor that connects Tadoba’s tiger population southwards to Indravati Tiger Reserve, Chattisgarh. He also added that the information on the corridor was not brought to the notice of the FAC. “The coal mine will potentially disturb the tiger corrdior and also the wildlife that moves around the project site. The mine is also located close to Tadoba tiger reserve’s buffer zone and the blasting work will lead to noise population,” said Suresh Chopane, member of the REC.Chopane added, “The areas around the mine also witnesses human-animal conflict mostly involving leopards.Cutting down the forests may lead to an escalation in incidences of human-animal conflict.” The REC member told dna that since the coal mine is located close to a wildlife corridor, it may also need a wildlife clearance, as per the Wildlife Protection Act. “It seems that crucial information has not been highlighted before the FAC and the National Tiger Conservation Authority and the state forest department needs to be informed about it,” Chompane added.The Tadoba-Andhari tiger reserve (TATR) is the biggest in Maharashtra and its core and buffer areas are home to nearly 56 tigers, according to a study carried out by Wildlife Conservation Trust while the entire Chandrapur region, including TATR, is home to 108 tigers. The region’s environement is already under stress as it is home to several coal mines that are have been a cause of forest diversion and air pollution.

Amitabh Bachchan to be Maharashtra’s tiger ambassador

In the meeting of the Tiger Protection Foundation in Nagpur in July, state finance minister Sudhir Mungantiwar, who is also the state’s forest minister, had directed that Bachchan be requested to be the tiger ambassador.

The state’s big cats may soon have a Bollywood icon as their ambassador. In a boost to Maharashtra’s tiger conservation efforts, superstar Amitabh Bachchan has consented to be the state’s tiger ambassador.In the meeting of the Tiger Protection Foundation in Nagpur in July, state finance minister Sudhir Mungantiwar, who is also the state’s forest minister, had directed that Bachchan be requested to be the tiger ambassador.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Accordingly, he had written to the actor on July 29, World Tiger Day.In a letter dated Monday, Bachchan wrote to Mungantiwar, accepting the offer to render his services towards the state government’s tiger conservation initiative. “This letter may kindly be treated as my consent to represent the Maharashtra as its tiger ambassador,” said Bachchan, while also complimenting Mungantiwar for giving detailed attention to “this most essential campaign”.”Superstar Amitabh Bachchan has approved our appeal to be the tiger ambassador,” said Mungantiwar, adding that he had not asked for any fee in return.”Public participation is necessary for conservation… we will use his (Bachchan’s) importance in society for creating the need for this conservation in the minds of people,” said Mungantiwar.Maharashtra has six tiger projects, including five in Vidarbha and one in Western Maharashtra (the Sahyadri tiger project). The tiger census, results for which were released in 2014, shows that India has 2,226 tigers, up from 1,706 in 2010. Maharashtra has around 190 such big cats, more than 169 in 2010. Of these, the Tadoba-Andhari tiger reserve in Vidarbha accounts for 72 big cats, including 60 in the core area and 12 in the buffer zone. This does not count cubs as they have a low survival rate.In addition, Vidarbha has 13 tiger projects in a 300km periphery, which together account for 325-330 tigers. Some other countries which have tiger habitats are Indonesia, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Thailand, China, Cambodia and Bhutan.

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