India will make all-out efforts to shrug off the danger tag from the famous Manas National Park at the World Heritage Committee meeting in Paris by highlighting the success story of the sanctuary, which was plagued by rampant poaching and activities of rebel groups, reports PTI.

The 35th session of the World Heritage Committee began at the UNESCO headquarters today and will continue till June 2

Jorhat, May 20: A mini-Kaziranga is in the making on a sandbar along the Brahmaputra in northwest Jorhat.

A herd of wild buffaloes have been sighted inside Molai Kathonibari, a wooded area 16km from Jorhat town, for the first time.

The area already has a sizeable population of deer, a tigress with two cubs and is frequented by wild elephants.

Jorhat assistant conservator of forests Gunin

Jorhat, The increasing number of wild buffaloes in Kaziranga National Park has given rise to the problem of serious food and territory crisis among the herbivorous animals living in the sanctuary. The buffalo population has dangerously overshadowed the population of the carnivorous animals.

Sirsa: Gurmeet Kaur is semi-literate. A home-maker, she had no contribution to her family income till she joined a training programme organised by the Animal Husbandry and Dairy Development Department.

Now, with 20 milch cattle purchased with the help of bank loan, she runs a hi-tech dairy in the village, supplementing the income of her agriculturist husband Gurmej Singh.

Alternative strategy in the drive to achieve food security
Ksheeraganga has a subsidy component of Rs.9 crore
Plan to produce an additional 135 lakh litres of milk a year

Thiruvananthapuram: Decades back, buffaloes ambling along the city roads used to be a regular sight.

Swarleen Kaur

Chandigarh: Two more buffalo clones, assisted by Karnal-based National Dairy Research Institute

SHILLONG, June 9: Meghalaya Deputy Chief Minister BM Lanong

VET COLLEGE : PETA steps in after students complain; class put on hold, then goes ahead For years, the anatomy course at the Bombay Veterinary College has included the dissection of a buffalo calf on the Goregaon campus.

CUTTACK: The famous Binjharpuri, Motu, Ghumsuri and Khariar cattle as well as the Chilika buffalo of Orissa have finally gained recognition as indigenous breeds of the country.

A multiple drug-resistant (amoxycillin + clavulanic acid, ampicillin, ceftazidime, ceftriaxone) Salmonella enterica serovar Virchow was detected in a fresh milk sample out of the 58 samples collected from different dairies in and around Bareilly. Although present only in one