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Indian Tiger Population set to double in 5 years

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#1 Sharad Kumar Vats

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Posted 01 August 2016 - 04:36 PM

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The caption might sound unrealistic, but the ground reality today is, that there are some serious efforts in the direction. The captioned statement is made by our new Environment Minister. Honestly, i am not sure if this will happen, but i quite like the confidence, intent, and positivity in his approach There are things beginning to happen on the ground, and i would like to believe the old saying, that, "We should aim for the moon, because even if we miss we will be among the stars". So, even if the population does not reach the intended double mark, but it will be at a good high. To know as to what is being done on the ground click on the link below to know more:

 

http://naturesafarii...-2022-in-india/

 

I sincerely hope that this happens.

 

Best Wishes 

 

Sharad Vats

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Posted 02 August 2016 - 02:54 AM

I was in Kabini (Nagarhole) last weekend and have noted that some of the tribal settlements have been moved to near by towns - a successful conservation move!  Space is the key in a country where the population explodes exponentially ........ Let me put it this way - If our human population doubles in the country - we are doomed!


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Posted 06 August 2016 - 02:53 PM

Where are you nowadays @madaboutcheetah

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Posted 16 August 2016 - 09:22 AM

sounds interesting

 

good  that they have a plan ,what do they intend to do ?


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