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Being proactive in wildlife protection

*The religious head at Saalur Mutt in Malai Mahadeshwara Hills said, "Wild pigs eat up our farmers' crops, how do we control them?" "I appreciate you; what you are doing is good for the society, we..
Deccan Herald

10 killed in bomb blast in Philippines

10 killed in bomb blast in philippines
*Manila:* At least 10 people were killed and another 20 wounded in a Wednesday night bomb blast in central Philippines, the spokesperson for the Philippines President said on Thursday. Military..

Videos for cheetah

News video: Human and Animal Friendships from the

Human and Animal Friendships from the 05:08

The bond between humans and animals is incredible sometimes. From a man hugging a cheetah to a little girl hand washing a chicken, these are some of the coolest animal videos on the internet. Enjoy our..
Source: Rumble -

News video: LISA FRANK Makeup Tutorial

LISA FRANK Makeup Tutorial 00:44

Make your childhood dreams come true and use this tutorial to become a Lisa Frank character!
Source: Seventeen -

News video: Cheetah Cubs Frolic in Ohio Snow

Cheetah Cubs Frolic in Ohio Snow 00:25

Cheetah cubs at the Cincinnati Zoo frolic and play as snow falls on Ohio.
Source: Crazimals -

News video: 2016's wildest pets

2016's wildest pets 01:09

You can't always get a normal pet, so why not just settle for a wild animal and train it in your home?
Source: Zoom.in STUDIO -

News video: Are Cheetahs at Risk of Extinction?

Are Cheetahs at Risk of Extinction? 00:42

According to conversations, Cheetahs are much closer to extinction than previously thought. A new study says that as of 2016, only 7,100 cheetahs remain in the wild. Human encroachment has also pushed..
Source: Wochit News -


Trivandrum airport website hacked by 'Kashmir Cheetah', restored

The website of Thiruvananthapuram airport as restored after a group calling themselves the 'Kashmir Cheetah' attacked them.

Cheetahs rushing towards extinction; only 7,100 left experts warn

World's fastest land animal, the cheetah is nearing extinction, claims a recent study. Due to its dramatic fall in number, very soon it shall be listed in the 'endangered' species category. The study..
Zee News Also reported by •Reuters India

Cheetah numbers decline as African habitat shrinks

An estimated 7,100 cheetahs remain in the wild across Africa and in a small area of Iran, and human encroachment has pushed the wide-ranging predator out of 91 percent of its historic habitat,..

Cheetahs face extinction risk as global population declines

The world's fastest land animal, the cheetah, is sprinting towards the edge of extinction, a new study warned, calling for urgent conservation actions to save these big cats.

Mumbai: Coming soon, helpline for ventilators in BMC hospitals

mumbai: coming soon, helpline for ventilators in bmc hospitals
The BMC is going to start a helpline that will inform patients and relatives about the availability of ventilators and ICU beds in civic hospitals. The issue was discussed in a meeting of the Public..

Katrina and Malaika’s pumps, Akshay Kumar’s cheetah printed loafers – 5 shoes we would like to steal from celebs at Manish Malhotra’s 50th birthday bash

Akshay Kumar, Katrina Kaif, Shah Rukh Khan, Malaika Arora Khan and Karan Johar are making us plot ways to steal their shoes which they wore to Manish Malhotra's 50th birthday bash. Here's why!
Bollywood Life

When Akshay Kumar ROCKED the cheetah print better than Shilpa Shetty – view HQ pics

Akshay Kumar wore cheetah printed shoes taking us back to the 90s when Shilpa Shetty moved like a dream in Chura ke dil mera wearing the same prints.
Bollywood Life

Spanish photographer Pedro Jarque Krebs takes stunning photos of lions

spanish photographer pedro jarque krebs takes stunning photos of lions
From a pelican with its wings around its children, to a panda chomping on a bamboo stick to a cheetah gazing into the distance, the wild creatures look like they have struck a pose in a studio.
MailOnline India

City education body writes to Delhi deputy CM

city education body writes to delhi deputy cm
City-based Early Childhood Association (ECA), a pan India body with 2,900 pre schools, 35 NGOs and 45 corporate groups as its members, has written a letter to Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish..

Aging, obsolete chopper fleets take toll on military

Cheetah/Chetak light utility helicopters, in fact, are now increasingly being dubbed the “MiGs of the chopper fleets” due to their high crash rates and poor serviceability. They are bereft of..

3 Army officers killed as Cheetah helicopter crashes in West Bengal

Three army officers were killed and a junior commissioned officer was critically injured on Wednesday when a Cheetah helicopter crashed at Sukna Military Camp in West Bengal. Army officials said the..
All India Radio Also reported by •ANI News

Army’s Cheetah chopper crashes near Sukna in Bengal; 3 army officers killed, one critical

The Cheetah helicopter was, reportedly, on a routine sortie near Sukna when at around 10:30 am the helicopter crashed down. The post Army’s Cheetah chopper crashes near Sukna in Bengal; 3 army..
Firstpost Also reported by •Zee News

Three officers killed in Army chopper crash

Three army officers were killed and a fourth is in critical condition after an Army's Cheetah chopper crashed near Sukhna in West Bengal today.An enquiry has been ordered into the crash.The five-seater..

Indian Army&#039;s Cheetah helicopter crashes near Sukna in West Bengal, 3 officers dead

Indian Army's Cheetah chopper crashed at around 10:30 AM.
Zee News

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