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UP government to develop ‘food forests’ in 15 districts, including Gorakhpur

U.P. government’s ‘Food Forest’ project is an innovative environmental protection, food security and livelihood initiative.
Food forests will be developed in selected 15 districts of U.P. in the next six months with the help of local farmers, said a government statement on Tuesday. (Pic for representation)
Food forests will be developed in selected 15 districts of U.P. in the next six months with the help of local farmers, said a government statement on Tuesday. (Pic for representation)
Updated on May 18, 2022 04:42 AM IST
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By, Lucknow

Milind Soman goes shirtless to ooze oomph during pull-ups workout in the forest

Milind Soman makes the most of forest bathing while indulging in pull-ups variation and his new fitness video is all the workout motivation we need to hit the grind this weekend | Check viral video with health benefits of the exercise inside
Milind Soman goes shirtless to ooze oomph during pull-ups workout in the forest (Instagram/milindrunning)
Milind Soman goes shirtless to ooze oomph during pull-ups workout in the forest (Instagram/milindrunning)
Updated on Jan 22, 2022 08:35 PM IST
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ByZarafshan Shiraz, Delhi

Most of Capital’s forest cover loss was in N-W, S-W Delhi: ISFR 2021

While “necessary” construction projects led to a slight decline in the two districts, saplings planted in the past are likely to have matured in both east and northeast Delhi, adding to overall forest cover, a Delhi forest department official said.
While Delhi lost 0.44 sq km of forest cover, it gained 18 sq km of tree cover in the last two years, according to the report. (HT Archive)
While Delhi lost 0.44 sq km of forest cover, it gained 18 sq km of tree cover in the last two years, according to the report. (HT Archive)
Updated on Jan 18, 2022 03:44 AM IST
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By, New Delhi

Elephant climbs over iron fence in forest, video goes viral on Twitter

In a video footage that has gone viral on Twitter, an elephant is seen trying to jump over an iron fence in a forest.
This elephant was seen trying to cross an iron fence in a forest. (twitter/@supriyasahuias)
This elephant was seen trying to cross an iron fence in a forest. (twitter/@supriyasahuias)
Updated on Nov 18, 2021 06:38 PM IST
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BySohini Sengupta

At Delhi’s East Kidwai Nagar, ‘ornamental’ trees replace years-old ecosystem

The housing project at East Kidwai Nagar will offer 4,608 units for central government employees against the 2,444 houses that previously existed here. It will also include office and commercial spaces.
The few trees seen in East Kidwai Nagar were withered with mounds of construction waste at their foot.(Vipin Kumar/HT Photo)
The few trees seen in East Kidwai Nagar were withered with mounds of construction waste at their foot.(Vipin Kumar/HT Photo)
Updated on Jun 27, 2018 06:57 PM IST
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