In a breakthrough revelation, India has come up with its first indigenously developed vaccine against rotavirus. The disease, which is the main cause of v diarrhoea deaths among children, is expected to be sold for Rs 54 per dose.
The state bird of the state of Rajasthan is in danger of extinction. The Great Indian Bustard (GIB) is on the edge of getting disappeared from the planet, even in its home state.
In the past five months, sources conveyed twice about the poaching of the bird. However, another bird died in recent past due to wound. The wound have left the forest officer puzzled about how did the wound occurred.
As per reports, an official has recently confirmed that the number of tigers in Kerala has increased to 100.
Speaking to IANS, V. Gopinath, the Principal Chief Conservator of forests in Kerala, said that the number of tigers in their forests was around 70 but recently it has increased in wake of excellent wildlife protection measures.
As per recent new, Johnson & Johnson was found to use an illegal method to sterilize its baby powder. Consequently, the health officials have revoked the license of the company to make cosmetics at the plant outside Mumbai.
In a recent study being conducted by the National Institute of Hydrology (NIH) on Sukhna Lake, it has been found that the lake won't dry up this summer or face the problem of water scarcity.
As per revelations of a recent report, several regions of the core area of the Similipal Tiger Reserve (STR) have been declared by the reserve management as intact.
It is being said the step has been taken in an attempt to provide breeding tigers and cubs with a safer and quieter environment. The sighting of large cats as well as their newborns had concerned experts.
Deepak Kapur, chairman, Rotary International's India National Polio Plus Society (INPPS), said recently that India has come very closer to complete polio eradication. Almost 99% of the world, according to him, is at present successful in keeping itself free from the paralyzing disease.