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No flyover inside Bandipur: CM tweets
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No flyover inside Bandipur: CM tweets

Bengaluru: Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy (HDK) has reiterated his Government’s stand regarding the elevated corridor passing via Bandipur National Park and clearly stated that the State Government has not given any approval for the proposed flyover. He was reacting to the mega protest by the environmentalists and the citizens near Maddur Gate on Saturday and…

Elevated corridors via Bandipur proposed: Techies, bizmen stage protest near Maddur Range Check Post
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Elevated corridors via Bandipur proposed: Techies, bizmen stage protest near Maddur Range Check Post

Mysuru: Hundreds of wildlife enthusiasts, activists and conservationists from diverse backgrounds came together this morning at the entrance of Bandipur Tiger Reserve near Maddur Range Check Post to raise their voice against the government’s proposed elevated corridor that cuts through Bandipur Tiger Reserve. The venue of the protest was between Gundlupet (Chamarajanagar) and Sultan Bathery…

Proposal to construct elevated corridors at Bandipur: Nature lovers protest at Melukamanahalli arch
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Proposal to construct elevated corridors at Bandipur: Nature lovers protest at Melukamanahalli arch

Mysuru:  Nature lovers, wildlife enthusiasts and environmental activists staged a protest at Melukamanahalli arch, the entry gate to Bandipur Tiger Reserve this morning against the proposal of the Centre and State Governments to construct elevated roads via the forests, a move that will cause widespread destruction of flora and fauna. Under the banner of ‘Bandipur…

Elevated corridor over Bandipur: Greens stage protest
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Elevated corridor over Bandipur: Greens stage protest

Mysuru: Environment activists and nature-lovers from various organisations like Mysore Grahakara Parishat (MGP), Save Wildlife Organisation, Ahimsa Vedike, Parisara Samrakshana Samithi and Prakruthi Savayava Krishikaru staged a protest this morning in front of the Deputy Commissioner’s Office against the proposed elevated corridors that cut through Bandipur Tiger Reserve connecting Karnataka and Kerala. Holding placards with…

A new celebrity at Bandipur!
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A new celebrity at Bandipur!

This tigress found in Bandipur Tiger Reserve, which is fondly called ‘Sundari’ (the Beautiful), is now seizing the status of ‘celebrity’ which once belonged to Prince, the most photographed legendary tiger of Bandipur and a darling of tourists, which died in April 2017. This tigress crossing Bandipur-Ooty Main  Road recently was captured by a SOM…

Sharing is Caring!
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Sharing is Caring!

Like charity begins at home, sharing too begins at home. These primates seem to understand this very well and the family head — Mother — shares a Thotapuri mango as other members of the family wait patiently for their turn as they are very sure of getting a bite or two. This family moment was…

Beat Plastic Pollution Campaign at Bandipur
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Beat Plastic Pollution Campaign at Bandipur

Chamarajanagar: Commemorating World Environment Day celebrations, Vana Mahotsava programme was organised by the Forest Department across all the Forest Ranges coming under Bandipur Tiger Reserve on June 5. At Bandipur campus ‘Beat Plastic Pollution’ being this year’s theme of World Environment Day, the Department officials and staff, in association with the volunteers of ISHA Foundation,…

Poisoning of tigers in Bandipur
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Poisoning of tigers in Bandipur

Gundlupet: Following reports from the laboratory that the two tigers which were found dead in Bandipur were poisoned by a mixture of chemicals; the Forest authorities have formed a team, which has conducted investigations and based on a tip off they are in the process of nabbing the accused. It may be recalled that on…

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