Wildlife(Search results - 83)
Entertainment6, Aug 2020, 9:05 PM
Ganesh Chaturthi: Shraddha Kapoor urges people to be eco-friendly
Shraddha Kapoor has always been vocal about preserving nature and has always fought to preserve the rights of wildlife.
WORLD27, Jul 2020, 6:55 PM
Chinese doctor accuses authorities of COVID-19 cover-up; says Wuhan market was ‘clean already’
Professor Kwok-Yung Yuen who helped investigate the COVID-19 outbreak in Wuhan, said the physical evidence at the Huanan wildlife market was destroyed and the response to clinical findings was slow.
India8, Jun 2020, 7:23 PM
Leopard lynched, its teeth and claws plucked as cruelty to animals continues in India
The gruesome killing of a pregnant elephant and ripping apart of a cow's jaw due to explosives, and now another case of leopard lynching and removal of its teeth and claws is evidence that India has not been able to protect its wildlife the way it intends to.
Entertainment19, May 2020, 10:13 AM
Controversial nude pose with former girlfriend 25 years ago continues to haunt actor Milind Soman
Nineties super male model Milind Soman finds his past haunting him. A nude photo of his with then girlfriend Madhu Sapre is still popping up on his social media account. Milind and Madhu stood nude, hugging each other along with a python. This was 25 years ago. The actor wonders if public reaction would be the same had this shoot taken place in present situation.
Coronavirus India15, May 2020, 3:35 PM
Lockdown, emptiness bring peacock to Bengaluru street; residents save bird from miscreants
Residents of Jayanagar were treated to wildlife in their backyard during the lockdown. Empty roads and less human movement allowed a peacock to extend its journey into city limits. Wildlife rescuers were able to release the bird back into its habitat.
India13, May 2020, 3:31 PM
Bear strolls through Chitradurga streets amid coronavirus lockdown
While humans under quarantine are staying at home these days, wild animals seem to be enjoying some much-deserved freedom
India13, May 2020, 12:48 PM
Coronavirus-induced lockdown gives migratory birds and animals a reason to cheer
With reduced human interference and pollution during lockdown, birds are staying in sanctuaries a bit longer; injuries to marine animals have come down
Coronavirus India12, May 2020, 3:29 PM
Scorching summer, water scarcity grounds dehydrated birds; Here is how you can save them
Bengaluru’s BBMP wildlife rescuers say, due to summer and water scarcity and restrictions on movement of rescuers in feeding and placing water bowls, many birds are falling to the ground during flight as they are dehydrated.
India7, May 2020, 11:07 AM
Man who bit snake to death faces three years jail term
Shivakumar, the resident of Mustur in Mulbagal, Karnataka, has become world famous for biting a snake to death. As the video went viral, the DCF ordered his arrest under Wildlife Act and based on this instruction, Shivakumar was picked up from his home, produced at court, which remanded him to judicial custody till May 19.
Coronavirus India23, Apr 2020, 11:27 AM
Lockdown: An open opportunity for poachers to hunt and loot wildlife
As India is under lockdown due to coronavirus, the poachers are seen making the most of of this time. But the alert officials arrested 11 with the hunting net at Kappatagudda forest range in Karnataka.
WORLD6, Apr 2020, 10:03 AM
Coronavirus: In world’s first, tiger at Bronx Zoo in New York tests positive for COVID-19
Nadia, a four-year-old female Malayan tiger at the Bronx Zoo in New York, has tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19), the authorities confirmed on Sunday (April 5)
India13, Mar 2020, 1:00 PM
Karnataka forest staff shoots wild elephant, video catches Randeep Hooda's attention
Video of Karnataka forest department official shooting a wild elephant has gone viral. The incident has raised questions regarding the commitment of the government towards saving wildlife and forests.
India27, Feb 2020, 10:29 AM
Anti-poaching boat makes headway to protect migratory birds in Dal Lake
Jammu and Kashmir authorities took a unique step to stop poaching of migratory birds. They have launched the first anti-poaching boat for the safety of migratory birds in Dal Lake.