Bengal tiger: Current Affairs, GK & News - 2020-2021
For first time, India and Nepal to conduct joint tiger census using a globally-recognised method
Published: October 4, 2017
For the first time, Nepal and India will conduct a joint tiger census in their national parks, forests and protected areas adjoining the two countries by using a globally-recognised method – camera tapping procedure from November 2017. By using this method, officials can avoid chances of repeated counting of the same tiger. The Chitwan National ..
Topics: Bengal tiger • Chitwan National Park • Dudhwa Tiger Reserve • EDGE species • Fauna of Asia • Geography of Nepal • Katarniaghat Wildlife Sanctuary • Mammals of Nepal • National symbols of India • Protected areas of Nepal • Subdivisions of Nepal • Wildlife sanctuaries in Uttar Pradesh
World celebrates International Tiger Day
Published: July 29, 2017
The International Tiger Day (ITD) is observed every year on July 29 to raise awareness for tiger conservation. The day is also known as Global Tiger Day (GTD). The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) has stated that only 3,890 tigers are left in the world. Of them, India has the highest number. Till July 2016, there ..
Topics: Bengal tiger • Conservation-reliant species • Environmental conservation • Felids • International Tiger Day • National symbols of India • Natural environment • Save China's Tigers • Tiger • World Wide Fund for Nature
$3 million by World Bank for protecting Tigers in Nepal
Published: November 5, 2011
World Bank rendered $3 million in order to protect Tigers in Nepal Fund to be worn-out under Strengthening the Regional Cooperation for Wildlife Protection Project Project to be run for 4 years concentrating on preserving tiger habitat, checking the hunting down and illegal trade of tigers and supporting research As per latest figures Nepal has ..
Current Affairs January 13, 2010
Published: January 19, 2010
Abbreviations:COPTA: Control of Tobacco Products ActSIMCON: State Information Minister Conference Awards & HonorsSaraswati Puraskar 2010:Eleven people have been selected for Saraswati Puraskar 2010. They are as follows:Noted Sarod player Ustad Amjad Ali KhanNoted hostorian and writer : Babasaheb Purandare,Vedic scholar Acharya V Kutumbshashri,Acharya Piyushji,Kishoraji Mishra,Chairman Dainik Bhaskar group Ramesh Agrawal,Naresh Sabarwal,Vaishnavdevi temple chief priest Amirchandji,famous ..
Category: Government Schemes Current Affairs
Topics: Animal welfare • Bengal tiger • Current Affairs 2010 • Endangered species • Environmental conservation • Felids • Mumbai Monorail • National symbols of India • Poaching • Preity Zinta • Sundarbans • Tiger • Tigers in India