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30 Indian cities could face dramatic water risks by 2050

03 Nov 2020

30 Indian cities could face dramatic water risks by 2050

From people lining up in queues to get water for daily needs to flooding after rainfall, a number of Indian cities could face increased "water risks" by 2050, i.e., in thirty years from now, if corrective measures aren't taken immediately, World Wildlife Fund (WWF) said on Monday.

UP: 'Mowgli School' inspires students to pick up books

04 Oct 2018

UP: 'Mowgli School' inspires students to pick up books

Located in the Dudhwa-Katarniya forest area in Bahraich, UP, "Mowgli School" is busy giving wings to the dreams of village children, thanks to an initiative by the Special Tiger Protection Force (STPF).

Five days that changed WWE forever

18 Sep 2018

Five days that changed WWE forever

WWE has a long history- it was started by Vince McMahon's grandfather and later run by his father as the WWWF (World Wide Wrestling Federation).

WWF-India launches its first-ever comic book about awareness of nature

23 Jun 2018

WWF-India launches its first-ever comic book about awareness of nature

WWF-India has launched its first-ever comic book for the love of nature and to raise awareness about its protection among children.

Legal instruments, partnerships needed for conserving wildlife corridors: WWF

11 May 2018

Legal instruments, partnerships needed for conserving wildlife corridors: WWF

Legal instruments and partnerships need to be in place to build a stronger framework for conserving and securing wildlife corridors and landscapes, the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) India has said.

World's last northern male rhino joins Tinder to find mates

26 Apr 2017

World's last northern male rhino joins Tinder to find mates

The world's last male northern white rhino has now joined Tinder in an attempt to find breeding options for the survival of the species.

Living Planet Report says India an ecological 'black spot'

27 Oct 2016

Living Planet Report says India an ecological 'black spot'

World Wildlife Fund's Living Planet (LP) Report 2016 states that wildlife is disappearing at an "unprecedented pace" all across the world.