Controversial bill not tabled in the state assembly

The Irrawaddy dolphin (Orcaella brevirostris) is at risk of extinction throughout its range as a result of incidental catches, habitat degradation, and pollution. Populations of Irrawaddy dolphins are constrained by the species

Mired in misery, Chilika s fisherfolk continue to doggedly fight for their rights

unearthed: Thought to be extinct, the lizard Barkudia insularis has been sighted in Orissa's Chilika lagoon after more than 85 years. Ajit Kumar Patnaik, chief executive officer of the Chilika

funds meant for Chilka lake, Asia's largest water lagoon, have been diverted by the Chilka Development Authority (cda). The recent report of the Comp

A proposed blanket ban on scientific prawn culture in Chilika lake is a total let down for the fiskerfolk

Tawa shows the way in ensuring fishing rights to people

the Comptroller and Auditor General of India (cag) has condemned the Orissa government and the state pollution control board (pcb) for their failure on various fronts, including lapses in

Indian government classifies wetlands as wastelands despite the fact that they serve as reservoirs of ecological diversity. During times of floods, they act as sponge, which hold water and release

there has been a fall in the number