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Olive Ridley turtles during a nesting season at the Rushikulya river mouth beach in Ganjam district of Orissa .(PTI FILE PHOTO)

WII’s satellite telemetry study on Olive Ridley turtles to track migratory path

By Debabrata Mohanty | Hindustan Times, Bhuaneswar
PUBLISHED ON NOV 14, 2020 12:18 AM IST
The WII study will examine whether there has been any change in the traditional migratory route of the marine turtles from the Odisha coast to Sri Lanka.
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The peer review, seen by HT, suggests that WII hasn’t revealed crucial information about the area and impact of the Dibang Valley project on ecology and local people.(Screem grab of WII Report)
The peer review, seen by HT, suggests that WII hasn’t revealed crucial information about the area and impact of the Dibang Valley project on ecology and local people.(Screem grab of WII Report)

WII’s Dibang Valley Project report biased and incomplete, says peer review

By Jayashree Nandi | Edited by Anubha Rohatgi | Hindustan Times, New Delhi
UPDATED ON MAY 05, 2020 10:26 AM IST
Based on WII’s technical report, an FAC sub committee which visited the project area in February this year has approved the project which will involve clearing of at least 2.7 lakh trees in sub-tropical evergreen and rain forests and in a vital tiger area.
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Apart from the remains of many wild animals police also discovered bones of a big cat from the well.(HT PHOTO)
Apart from the remains of many wild animals police also discovered bones of a big cat from the well.(HT PHOTO)

Bones from Alwar well to be sent to WII for clues on missing tigress

By Devendra Bhardwaj | Hindustan Times, Alwar
UPDATED ON JUL 22, 2018 09:57 PM IST
On the trail of missing tigress ST5, forest officials had nabbed suspected poachers from Alwar district.
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