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Sun, 24 Jun 2018

Northeast Today

Environment

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    Arunachal: Village Council Bans Bird Hunting, Traps

Arunachal: Village Council Bans Bird Hunting, Traps

In what could be termed as a landmark decision, the traditional village council ‘Nguang-awang’ of Kaimai village in Tirap district of Arunachal Pradesh has banned bird hunting as well as

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    Climate Change Could Cause 500,000 Extra Deaths in 2050

Climate Change Could Cause 500,000 Extra Deaths in 2050

The effects of climate change on food production could cause 500,000 extra deaths by 2050 compared to a world without global warming, according to a study released Thursday. If greenhouse

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    Softshell Turtle, Red Panda Rescued in Arunachal

Softshell Turtle, Red Panda Rescued in Arunachal

A small Asiatic softshell turtle and a red panda were rescued in Arunachal Pradesh and handed over for rehabilitation, officials said on Monday. Two IRBN personnel rescued the softshell turtle

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    Nagaland Pollution Control Board: Create Greenbelts Around Coal Mines

Nagaland Pollution Control Board: Create Greenbelts Around Coal Mines

The Nagaland Pollution Control Board (NPCB) has recommended that it is a must to create greenbelts around coal mining sites in Nagaland to acts as a barrier for air pollution.

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    Amur Falcon Conservation Monolith Unveiled in Nagaland

Amur Falcon Conservation Monolith Unveiled in Nagaland

Amur Falcon Conservation Monolith stone was unveiled near the Amur Falcon roosting site on the roadside at scenic location, Pangti in Wokha district of Nagaland on January 20 by M

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    Water Flow in Brahmaputra, Other Great Asian Rivers to Increase

Water Flow in Brahmaputra, Other Great Asian Rivers to Increase

Contrary to fears that water supplies in the major Asian rivers would drastically decline in the near future, new research now shows that water flow in these rivers will be

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New Bird Species Found in Arunachal

  New Bird Species Found in Arunachal

A bird species, locally common in eastern Himalaya and overlooked till now, has been identified as a new species. A

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Illegal Miners Responsible for Negative Environmental Impacts

  Illegal Miners Responsible for Negative Environmental Impacts

Random and destructive coal mining practices by illegal miners are responsible for negative environmental and public health impacts, observed the

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Second Largest Black Hole Detected in Milky Way

  Second Largest Black Hole Detected in Milky Way

Astronomers have detected signs of an invisible black hole with a mass 100 thousand times that of the Sun around

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Assam: No Bulbul Fights in This Magh Bihu in Hajo

  Assam: No Bulbul Fights in This Magh Bihu in Hajo

Close on the heels of the Supreme Court staying the operation of a Central government notification that allowed ‘Jallikattu’ or

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Fishermen Blame Poachers for Destroying Manipur’s Fauna

  Fishermen Blame Poachers for Destroying Manipur’s Fauna

As nature lovers in the region appealed to local fishermen not to use poison to kill fish and migratory birds

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Wreathed Hornbills in Mokokchung

  Wreathed Hornbills in Mokokchung

Wildlife Division, Dimapur informed on Thursday that the hornbill birds sighted at Tenemtsuyong forest area at Khar village under Mokokchung

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Coal Mining in Nagaland a Threat to Flora, Fauna & People

  Coal Mining in Nagaland a Threat to Flora, Fauna & People

Nagaland is blessed with rich natural resources. Of these, coal is one such resource which can uplift the economy of

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The Manipur Quake Biggest in Northeast After 1988

  The Manipur Quake Biggest in Northeast After 1988

Monday’s earthquake measuring 6.7 on the Richter scale was the biggest felt in Northeast India since 1988. On August 6,

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World Heritage Site Tag for Keibul Lamjao National Park Likely

  World Heritage Site Tag for Keibul Lamjao National Park Likely

Keibul Lamjao National Park (KLNP) which is the only floating national park in the world would be nominated among probable

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Rare Sighting of Six Hornbill Birds in Nagaland

  Rare Sighting of Six Hornbill Birds in Nagaland

In a rare sighting, six Hornbill birds – three pairs – were sighted at Namen Min of Khar village under

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Gut Feeling: Scientists Map Gut Bacteria of 15 Indian Ethnic Tribes

  Gut Feeling: Scientists Map Gut Bacteria of 15 Indian Ethnic Tribes

As researchers across the globe zoom in on the trillions of micro-organisms thriving inside the human gut to understand their

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