The Forest Department has resumed mass translocation of the simian population from various parts of Wayanad to remote forests in the wake of complaints of monkey menace.

The Department-related Parliamentary Standing Committee on Science & Technology, Environment & Forests, present this Two Hundred Sixty-ninth Report on "Environmental issues of Himachal Pradesh in General and Shimla in Particular".

GUNTUR: Monkey menace is on the rise in the city which has led to public inconvenience in several areas.

Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh today announced the setting up of a state-level committee headed by him with the Leader of Opposition and experts as its other members to explore ways and means to ch

The primates are causing such a menace that even PM Narendra Modi's plan of making his parliamentary constituency Varanasi wi-fi enabled has been cancelled.

Monkey menace in Himachal Pradesh has reached the corridors of the Planning Commission.

Ajjampura, Jan 6, DHNS :

Amrutha Mahal Cattle Breeding Centre in Ajjampura which was once famous for its developmental activities has now ruined owing to negligence from the officers.

The farm which was a boon to the farmers once upon a time has now been a bane for the farmers.

In a bizarre incident, nearly 20 to 25 cattle from the farm entered the agricultural land of Prabhu Kumar in Bag

KRISHNAGIRI: The Communist Party of India has demanded that wild boar should be delisted from the Wild Life Protection Act and compensation disbursed for the crop loss by the wild boars in the district.

Over 200 members of the CPI staged a dharna near the Kundarapalli Koot Road on the Krishnagiri-Bangalore National Highway on Sunday.


Their other demands include raising the height

MORE than 200 people from Upparathandapalli village near Hosur resorted to a road blockade on Sunday protesting against the forest department for not taking any action to prevent the elephants from entering into human habitats.

Traffic on the Hosur-Dharmapuri National Highway was paralysed for more than three hours due to the protest.

According to Upparathandapalli resident Rajamma, a herd o

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The State government has prepared an action plan to check attacks on people and crops by wild animals in various parts of the State, Food Minister C.