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i work as an electrical engineer in a small hydroelectric project on Saveri river situated at a fringe of the forest that i have described in my blog..
Your valuable comments and suggestions are very important for me.

Predicament of Pachyderms

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Undivided Koraput district of Odisha is known throughout the state for its rich forest resources and biodiversity. Most of the major fauna of peninsular India are encountered here with the only exception of the Asian elephants. The movement of elephants was confined only to Chandrapur forest range of present day Raygada


Killer Red-tapism

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Yesterday I went to the news stand to pick a few magazines. The shopkeeper handed me a copy of one of the leading weeklies of India. For a minute I could not take my eyes off the cover of the magazine. The cover had a rare picture of a full grown Royal Bengal Tiger. Many of you may be wondering-What is rare about the picture of

Good News from the Wild..

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There is yet another good news from Similipal. Though not a very big one but yet something for the wildlifers to cheer about. WWF-India has lend a helping hand to the field staff of Similipal Tiger Reserve. Some essential equipment and gears were handed over to the authorities at STR on 13th March 2010. List of equipment


An Appeal

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                                                           An Appeal    

 

 

                       In the great epic of Ramayana there is reference to a densely wooded region of India where lord Rama, his spouse Sita and his younger sibling Laxmana spent a major part of their exile from Ayodhya. This great forest was described


Hello

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Hello to all the lovers of Jungle and the wild..This is my first blog on any of the blog spots. The forest and its thousand denizens have never stopped to amaze and attract me. I am deeply hurt and enfuriated by the fact that our beautiful forests are shrinking and its animals are ever dwindling in numbers. Definitely their