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DR. KASHMIRA KAKATI receiving the Ecological Restoration Awards, 2014 - Assam
4 months 1 week ago

Born and brought up in Assam, Dr. Kashmira Kakati is a Wildlife Biologist working towards safeguarding a patch of 500 km² of rainforest in Jeypore-Dehing lowlands which includes Dehing Patkai Wildlife Sanctuary in Assam.

The elephants at the construction site in Balipara in Sonitpur district on Wednesday. Picture by UB Photos
5 months 4 days ago

Three wild elephants were injured at the construction site of the Patanjali Mega Herbal and food park in Sonitpur district, while two...

JADHAV PAYENG receiving the Ecological Restoration Awards, 2013 - Assam
5 months 4 days ago

Jadhav ‘Mulai’ Payeng belongs to the ‘Mishing’ tribe (one of the largest ethnic groups of Assam).

APARAJITA DATTA Recipient of Wildlife Conservation Awards, 2014 - Arunachal Pradesh
5 months 5 days ago

The driving force behind Aparajita’s eorts towards wildlife conservation and community development are the Lisu people itself, who have inhabited and lived in the lands long before any ‘National Park’ or ‘Tiger Reserve’ was...

Mr Karunakara Reddy, Chairman & MD – SMAAT India
3 months 3 weeks ago

World Water Day is celebrated on 22 March to spread awareness about the significance of water in our daily lives, how every individual can save water, and the importance of drinking clean water.

Binod Bora Recipient of Conservation Through Innovation Awards, 2014 - Assam
4 months 1 week ago

Binod ‘Dulu’ Bora is a key member of the Green Guards Nataure Organization in Assam and he has dedicated his life towards wildlife conservation and rescue of wild animals from illegal trade.

TANA TAPI, TAKUM NABUM AND THE GHORA AABHE SOCIETY  Recipient of Habitat Conservation Awards, 2014 - Arunachal Pradesh
4 months 1 week ago

The Ghora Aabhe Society consists of reformed hunters and conservationists living in and around Pakke Tiger Reserve, who have become the guardians of wildlife in this landscape.

BANO HARALU Recipient of Young Entrepreneur Awards, 2014 - Nagaland
4 months 1 week ago

Bano Haralu is a retired and revolutionary television journalist with an experience of more than two decades in Doordarshan and NDTV. She then begin her pursuit to promote wildlife conservation in and around India.


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