The North Eastern Tea Association (NETA) has called upon the State Government to be


Guwahati, March 7: To ensure that both development and wildlife blend harmoniously, WWF India has suggested a series of mitigative measures to the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) so that wildlife in the Kaziranga-Karbi Anglong landscape which bisects Lumding reserve forest is not drastically affected by the development of NH-54E.

In an exciting discovery that testifies to the State

The Doboka-Silchar National Highway (NH-54E) in the northeastern
Indian state of Assam is proposed to be upgraded into a four-lane
highway. This highway bisects the Lumding Reserve Forest. The

In a novel initiative, the local tribal community has joined hands with WWF-India and the Forest Department for restoration of degraded animal corridors linking Kaziranga National Park with the Karbi Anglong hills.

The restoration drive seeks to secure lost habitat comprising degraded forests through afforestaion, and the Panbari-Dolamora corridor critical to elephant movement from Kaziranga ha

The Assam government has instituted a one-man inquiry committee to find the reasons behind the death of four wild elephants near the Kaziranga National Park earlier this month.

The overall flood situation in the Upper Assam districts has shown signs of slight improvement, while the situation in the Middle and Lower Assam districts of Morigaon and Dhubri is seemed to be grave.

The mighty Brahmaputra still continues to flow above the danger level (DL) throughout the State even though its water level is receding compared to yesterday.

KOHORA, Aug 18

100 tigers, 2,000 one-horned rhinos, 1,800 wild buffalo?