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another JD (U) leader K C Tyagi said that instead of making the video viral Mann should have raised the issue of security lapse to the Parliamentary Committee.attack on the Punjab government?Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal on Wednesday ordered the setting up of a four-member special investigation team (SIT) to probe the incident This comes on a day when the Uttarakhand Police also registered a case against unidentified persons for attacking Pannu also the director general of school education in Punjab Pannu was allegedly attacked by a mob of Sikh youth at Govind Ghat in Uttarakhand on Sunday while he was overseeing rescue operations State DIG Gautam Cheemawho had rushed to Uttarakhand on Sunday following the incidenthas informed the state police that a case was registered by the Gobind Ghat police on Wednesday The Punjab Police is also looking at the possibility of registering a cyber crime case under the IT Act in Mohali against the attackers for preparing a video of the attack and uploading it on the social media websites The SIT constituted by the police is led by IG (Security) Sanjeev Kalra and has DIG Gautam CheemaDIG (Cyber Crime) Kunwar Vijay Partap Singh and Mohali SSP Gurpreet Singh Bhullar as it members The move to constitute the SIT comes in following a meeting of the members of Punjab IAS Officers Association with Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal on Wednesday morning Over 40 IAS officersalong with Pannumet Badal and pressed upon him to take appropriate action in the matter Describing the assault on the senior IAS officer as an attack on the Punjab government?seeking his personal intervention in initiating prompt police and legal action against the guilty.com/2016/06/embed-img-essar-759. we must have a stable strategic and non-contentious relationship with India.Ranbir Kapoor says that he does not understand the hype surrounding the micro-blogging website. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Tech Desk | New Delhi | Updated: July 25, Instead, “I think these missing microbes are at the root of many Western diseases, In the last year or so.

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Broker’s Fees. and understandings of such parties (whether oral or written). according to a latest study on tiger population which was released on Tuesday.The study put the number at 2226 up from 1706 in 2010 when the last such tiger-counting exercise was undertaken Experts involved in the exercise said the steep rise in the number was more than what they had expected “We all knew that the tiger numbers have gone up But none of us had expected this kind of number We were expecting the number to be around 1900” said Yadvendradev Jhala of the Wildlife Institute of India one of the lead authors of the study that is the third edition of a four-yearly exercise aimed at assessing the state of tigers and their habitats in India Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar who released the study said India now is home to about 70 per cent of tigers in the world The fresh numbers show a remarkable turnaround for tigers in India In 2006 this same exercise carried out by the same lead researchers had revealed that tiger population in India had fallen to alarmingly low levels That exercise had put the tiger number at 1411 Until then in the absence of any authentic scientific assessment tiger population was highly over-estimated and believed to be 3500 A few years before that it was revealed that Sariska tiger reserve in Rajasthan was left without even a single tiger These scares had led to a number of initiatives to protect the tigers the results of which have got reflected in the latest numbers “The Sariska debacle drastically changed the outlook of the government and the people towards tigers Poaching was taken very seriously Lot of money and effort was spent on protecting the tiger habitats Attractive incentives were offered to people living in critical tiger areas to move out It all has yielded dividends” said Qamar Qureshi of the Wildlife Institute of India who like Jhala has been involved with all the three tiger-counting exercises Prakash Javadekar with awardees of National Tiger Conservation Authority after distributing the NTCA award at the inaugural session of the meeting of Field Directors & Chief Wildlife Wardens on Best Practices & Wildlife Crime Monitoring Systems organised by the National Tiger Conservation Authority in New Delhi on Tuesday (PTI Photo) But increasing number of tigers especially in areas where they were not found earlier also call for new strategies to manage these Both Jhala and Qureshi said India could well accommodate another about 1000 tigers but needed to start preparing for living harmoniously with these “Some areas are already saturated The Corbett area the Sunderbans or the Western Ghats which now has the highest concentration of tiger population anywhere in the world and some other areas like the Tadoba reserve in Maharashtra are either saturated or very close to getting saturated Tigers reproducing here are now moving to the surrounding forests through the tiger corridors which are functioning quite well” Qureshi said But there are areas which can accommodate more tigers like Srisailam in Andhra Pradesh Sanjay-Dubri and Guru Ghasi Das areas in Chhattisgarh The increase in numbers has also resulted in emergence of tigers in areas where they were not present earlier The study has revealed that Goa now is the permanent home of 5-6 tigers Jhala said the rising numbers would also present greater threats in terms of human-tiger conflicts “Tigers would move around and there will be greater interaction with human beings Site-specific solutions would need to be found for such kind of problems” he said One of the most important reasons being cited for the rise in numbers is that the tiger corridors which the animals use for moving from one habitat to the other have been functioning smoothly Jhala said the next step in tiger conservation would be to designate these tiger corridors as ‘eco-sensitive’ areas so that when any industrial or infrastructure projects are carried out the criticality of these areas for tigers is accounted for For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: September 15 2016 8:49 am Kashmiri human rights activist Pervez said he was “only orally informed that immigration officers had instructions that he was not to be arrested but that he should not be allowed to leave the country” (Source: Facebook/Khurram Pervez) Top News A Kashmiri human rights activist has alleged that he was not allowed to board a flight by immigration authorities at Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport on Wednesday The 39-year-old activist Khurram Pervez said he was supposed to take a flight to Geneva to attend the ongoing United Nations Human Rights Commission session “At around 130 am as I was about to board my flight to Geneva I was stopped at immigration and detained for one-and-a-half hours The officer had stamped my boarding pass but they subsequently disallowed me to board the flight” Pervez chairperson of the Asian Federation Against Involuntary Disappearances and programme coordinator of the Jammu Kashmir Coalition of Civil Society said “Officials told me that due to orders from the Intelligence Bureau I cannot travel to Geneva” he claimed? 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