Science and Technology - Briefs
Study finds gaps in conservation efforts in Western Ghats
Team of scientists have estimated the dhole population and its occupancy pattern in 16 protected forest reserves in Western Ghats
Who let the dogs out?
There is only one solution to dealing with the problem of India’s stray dog populations, dog bites and rabies: Implementation of WHO …
Dog bites decrease in Srinagar but the fear remains
Though there has been a slight decrease in the incidents of dog-bites in recent years in Jammu and Kashmir’s summer capital, cynophobia …
As dingoes grow in size, should we blame pesticides?
Sodium fluoroacetate — popularly known as Compound 1080 — was identified as one of the reasons behind the growth in dingoes, a dog …
A sharp bite: Dog meat ban evokes some sharp reactions in Nagaland
On July 3, Nagaland Chief Secretary Temjen Toy tweeted that the state government has decided to ban import and trading of dogs and the sale of …
Rabies deaths in Kerala despite vaccinations raises concerns
State data shows 14 deaths, of which 5 had taken shots; Expert says several factors while treating dog bites
Daily Court Digest: Major environment orders (September 15, 2022)
Down To Earth brings you the top environmental cases heard in the Supreme Court, the high courts and the National Green Tribunal