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The Times of India 9 Dec 2022 7:26 am

People created a ruckus in front of CM who came to unveil the statue

Patna: When Bihar CM Nitish Kumar reached the home district to unveil a statue, people created a lot of ruckus in front of him. By stopping the DSP's car, people told the CM how an attempt was being made to prove the murder of a young man a suicide in the police working style. On Saturday, the CM reached Ekangarsarai for the unveiling of the statue of the Late Ramnandan Prasad Singh alias Rambabu at Ram Bhavan. National President of Janata Dal-United Rajeev Ranjan alias Lalan Singh was also present there along with Rambabu's grandson and State Advocate General Lalit Kishore. Here in front of the CM, people started a fierce ruckus. The protestors carried placards accusing the police of working in a murder case. People demanded action on the matter. Due to the uproar, there was chaos at the venue. A month ago, 25-year-old Nirmal Kumar Bharti alias Zila, son of Abhicharan Paswan, was murdered and the body was hanged from a tree in the village itself. The family has alleged that the case has been hushed up by giving the murder the form of suicide. Due to this, the family created a ruckus in the program, due to which CM Nitish Kumar's convoy had to face problems. Wife wasn't living with him, angry husband gave her poison 12 more cheetahs from South Africa to MP's Kuno National Park 'I have full faith in Modi..,' now French President praises Indian PM after Biden

News Track 4 Dec 2022 12:54 pm

Wife wasn't living with him, angry husband gave her poison

Thane: A shocking incident has come to light in Dombivali in the Thane district of Maharashtra. Here, when the wife did not live together in the house, the husband became so angry that he hatched a terrible conspiracy. He mixed poison in juice to kill his wife. However, he could not succeed in his conspiracy and was caught. The incident took place in the Dombivali West region. Krishnakant Pandey's wife Anjali, who lives in Mumbai, does not live with him. Not only that, she never comes home. Krishnakant was angry with his wife about this. On Wednesday, he reached his wife's office in Dombivali West. She was working there. After that, he called his wife outside the office. Duringthis, he threatened to kill herand forced him to drink poisonous juice. At this, she drank juice. Then, he started running away from there. When the people working in the office received the news, they ran and caught him, and handed him over to the police. The incident was caught on a CCTV camera. On the other hand, Anjali's condition worsened after drinking poisonous juice. She has been admitted to the government hospital in Kalwa for treatment. Dombivali ACP Sunil Kurade said that a case has been registered against Krishnakant under relevant sections on the complaint of his wife. 12 more cheetahs from South Africa to MP's Kuno National Park 'I have full faith in Modi..,' now French President praises Indian PM after Biden Bride dies soon after Jaimala, happiness turns into mourning

News Track 4 Dec 2022 12:50 pm

Explained | Cheetahs and tigers: the saga of big cats in India

What are the challenges of reintroducing cheetahs in the country decades after extinction? How did the tiger population in the country increase? Are chances of human-animal conflict high?

The Hindu 3 Dec 2022 11:35 pm

IFS Officer's Intriguing Quiz On Leopard And Jaguar. How Twitter Answered

From lions to cheetahs, the cat family consists of some of the most ferocious wild animals. Each of these species has its own distinct characteristics that set them apart from the rest.

NDTV 28 Nov 2022 12:21 pm

Print is prized! Is digital dissed?

During the first week of November 2022, the news of the recently acquired Namibian-born cheetahs (brought to Indias Kuno National Park) having hunted the prolific spotted deer (chitals), was widely celebrated. It demonstrated the successful...

The Times of India 11 Nov 2022 7:16 pm

The Moment When Cheetahs Were Released From Quarantine At Kuno

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday shared a video of two cheetahs, who have been released to a bigger enclosure of Madhya Pradesh's Kuno National Park (KNP).

NDTV 6 Nov 2022 1:08 pm

Saving grace: Operation Cheetah could inspire a similar initiative to revive another indigenous species from extinction

Can a cheetah change its spots? Thats the question surrounding Operation Cheetah, a project by which eight of the felines, the fastest land animals in the world, have been relocated from their native habitat in...

The Times of India 5 Oct 2022 2:05 am

Cheetahs in Kuno National park

Watch the video to have a glimpse of eight cheetahs in Kuno National Park in Madhya Pradesh. These cheetahs from Namibia were released by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his birthday. The post Cheetahs in Kuno National park appeared first on Fusion - WeRIndia .

Fusion WeRIndia 21 Sep 2022 7:36 am

AMULS LATEST DOODLE CELEBRATES ARRIVAL OF CHEETAHS IN INDIA; NETIZENS SAYS SPOT ON

As India celebrated the arrival of eight big cats in Madhya Pradeshs Kuno National Park on September 17, dairy brand Amul does not want to lag behind. After the re-introduction of cheetahs in the country post 7 decades, Amul decided to showcase its excitement by sharing a creative doodle on its social media handles. Were Continue reading AMULS LATEST DOODLE CELEBRATES ARRIVAL OF CHEETAHS IN INDIA; NETIZENS SAYS SPOT ON The post AMULS LATEST DOODLE CELEBRATES ARRIVAL OF CHEETAHS IN INDIA; NETIZENS SAYS SPOT ON appeared first on OurVoice | WeRIndia - Analysis & Opinion .

Our Voice WeRIndia 20 Sep 2022 10:56 am

The cheetah moment

The Indian Express 19 Sep 2022 4:14 am

Cheetah Rehabilitation: Ambitious Or Absurd?

Eight cheetahs arrived in India from Namibia by a special flight on Saturday morning. Three of them were released by PM Modi in the Kuno National Park and the rest five by other leaders under the ambitious reintroduction project. The cheetahs had gone extinct in India seven decades ago.

NDTV 17 Sep 2022 11:54 pm

PM Modi Releases 8 Cheetahs At Madhya Pradesh National Park

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today released cheetahs flown in from Namibia into special enclosures at Kuno National Park in Madhya Pradesh as part of a project to reintroduce the big cats in India.

NDTV 17 Sep 2022 11:01 pm

Cheetah Rehabilitation: The Challenges Ahead

The African cheetahs are home but will they survive, breed and thrive? What are the challenges ahead? asks one of the world's leading observers of the African Cheetah, Naturalist and Conservationist Valmik Thapar.

NDTV 17 Sep 2022 7:21 pm

Cheetahs back in India after 70 years; arrives in Madhya Pradesh on PM Modis 72nd birthday

Cheetahs are back in India after 70 years. They were declared officially extinct in 1952. A group of eight cheetahs arrived from Namibia on the occasion of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's birthday on September 17. Prime Minister Narendra Modi released the big cats in Madhya Pradeshs Kuno National Park.

The New Indian Express 17 Sep 2022 5:39 pm

NDTV Ground Report From Kuno National Park - Cheetahs' Home In India

Prime Minister Narendra Modi was seen cranking a lever to release a pack of cheetahs from Namibia into a special enclosure in Madhya Pradesh's Kuno National Park on Saturday as part of a government's project to reintroduce the speedy cats in India. An NDTV ground report from the Kuno National Park.

NDTV 17 Sep 2022 4:24 pm

PM Modi Releases Cheetahs Flown In From Namibia

Eight cheetahs from Namibia have arrived in their new home, Madhya Pradesh's Kuno National Park, where they were released by Prime Minister Narendra Modi as part of the programme to reintroduce the feline in India.

NDTV 17 Sep 2022 11:35 am

Back in India after 7 decades; plane carrying 8 cheetahs lands in Gwalior | Project Cheetah

Eight cheetahs from Namibia landed here on Saturday, as part of the programme to reintroduce the feline in India seven decades after it was declared extinct in the country. A modified Boeing aircraft, which took off from the African country Friday ...

Business Standard 17 Sep 2022 9:04 am

8 Cheetahs Land In Gwalior, To Be Flown To New Home Soon

Eight cheetahs from Namibia - flying in a special cargo plane - have landed at the Gwalior airport in Madhya Pradesh. The speedy big cats will now be flown in a helicopter to the Kuno National Park where they will be released.

NDTV 17 Sep 2022 8:22 am

Explained: Conservationists Think Translocating African Cheetahs To India Is A Bad Idea

Conservationists have called cheetah translocation a vanity project to grab eyeballs. We explain why

Indiaspend 17 Sep 2022 6:00 am

Cheetahs will do well as India has history of their presence: With the help of Namibia, the species is being reintroduced into the Kuno National Park today

Known as the cheetah lady, Pradnya Giradkar is the countrys first cheetah conservation specialist, having trained with Dr Laurie Marker who has played a key role in the plan to reintroduce the species in India....

The Times of India 17 Sep 2022 2:05 am

First Look At Cheetahs That'll Be Brought From Namibia To India Tomorrow

A first look of the cheetahs that will be brought from Namibia to India was shared by news agency ANI on Twitter today. The one-minute-long video shows two cheetahs resting under a tree in what is believed to be a national park.

NDTV 16 Sep 2022 8:31 pm

Why there is hope for the cheetah in India

The Indian Express 16 Sep 2022 5:22 pm

First look: Cheetahs from Namibia that are coming to Kuno National Park

First look: Cheetahs from Namibia that are coming to Kuno National Park

The Times of India 16 Sep 2022 9:33 am

From Namibia with Love: The cheetahs are all set for their journey to India

From Namibia with Love: The cheetahs are all set for their journey to India

Firstpost 15 Sep 2022 6:31 pm