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Thu, 22 Feb 2018

Northeast Today

Environment

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    120 Million Year Old Sea Turtle Found

120 Million Year Old Sea Turtle Found

Scientists at the Senckenberg Research Institute in Frankfurt have described the world’s oldest fossil sea turtle known to date. The fossilized reptile is at least 120 million years old —

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    The Visionary

The Visionary

August Edition, NET Bureau, Sanghamitra Goswami At a time when women entrepreneurs were a very new concept in the state of Assam, Jahnabi Phookan was one of the few gems

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    Meghalaya’s Orchids Under Threat

Meghalaya’s Orchids Under Threat

Meghalaya, which is home to one third of 1,331 orchid species in India, should consider declaring at least 20 forests as “biotype sanctuaries” if it has to protect and conserve

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    Australians Urge to Cull Kangaroos

Australians Urge to Cull Kangaroos

Australian hunters and shooters on Monday called for an “open season” to cull kangaroos and help control their rising numbers in the state of Victoria. A proposal from the Victorian

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    Human Body Has Gone Through 4 Stages of Evolution

Human Body Has Gone Through 4 Stages of Evolution

Research into 430,000-year-old fossils collected in northern Spain found that the evolution of the human body’s size and shape has gone through four main stages. A large international research team

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    6-Foot-Long Scorpion that Lived 450 mn Years Ago

6-Foot-Long Scorpion that Lived 450 mn Years Ago

Scientists have found evidence of a giant scorpion-like animal that roamed the seas hundreds of millions of years before the dinosaurs. The research team named the newly discovered creature Pentecopterus

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Nagaland Forest Officer Honoured

  Nagaland Forest Officer Honoured

Nagaland’s Principal Chief Conservator of Forests and Head of Forest Force (PCCF & HoFF), M Lokeswara Rao received the first

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West Bengal, Northeast May Conduct Joint Elephant Census

  West Bengal, Northeast May Conduct Joint Elephant Census

The central government may simultaneously launch a elephant census in West Bengal and the northeastern states in 2016 to prevent

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Chaperones of Planet Earth

  Chaperones of Planet Earth

July Edition NET Bureau, Kobyum Zirdo Mother Nature unleashed her wrath and fury on the tranquil landlocked country of Nepal

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Record Rainfall in Mawsynram

  Record Rainfall in Mawsynram

Perched on the edge of a ridge in the southern slopes of Meghalaya’s East Khasi Hills district, the tiny town

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Cochin Becomes World’s First Solar-Run Airport

  Cochin Becomes World’s First Solar-Run Airport

Kerala’s Cochin International Airport Ltd (CIAL) has become the first airport in the world that would be running fully on

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Serow Carcasses Found in Mizoram

  Serow Carcasses Found in Mizoram

A large number of carcasses of serows (goat-antelope) were found in two different parts of Mizoram, prompting the state Environment

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Sikkim Red Panda Under Threat from Humans

  Sikkim Red Panda Under Threat from Humans

Officials of the Gangtok chapter of the Wildlife Fund for Nature (WWF), India, have raised an alarm over the dwindling

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35,616 People Died Due to Air Pollution in 9 Years

  35,616 People Died Due to Air Pollution in 9 Years

More than 35,000 people have lost their lives in the past nine years due to air pollution in the country.

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Key Link to Indo-China Pangolin Smuggling Arrested

  Key Link to Indo-China Pangolin Smuggling Arrested

By P Naveen Madhya Pradesh forest department arrested another key link in the Indo-China international pangolin smuggling racket from Mizoram.

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Endangered Bat Species Thrives in Meghalaya

  Endangered Bat Species Thrives in Meghalaya

Wrougton’s free tailed bats, one of the world’s rarest bat species with just around 200 recorded individuals present, are “thriving”

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Washington DC is Sinking!

  Washington DC is Sinking!

Washington DC could drop by six or more inches in the next 100 years as the land under Chesapeake Bay

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