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Krishi Vasant, a Central expo on agriculture, in Nagpur next year

Monday 9 September '13

Taking a cue from it, the Union agriculture minister had then announced that the Centre would organise a similar expo.
2 wildlife traders arrested in Delhi

Sunday 8 September '13

In a joint operation by Maharashtra Forest Department, Wildlife Crime Control Bureau, Delhi and Delhi Police, two most wanted wildlife parts traders were nabbed in the national capital Saturday aftern...
Vidarbha gets ready for VIP visits as polls draw closer

Sunday 8 September '13

CM’s visit on Sept 10, Pawar follows four days after, Rahul coming soon
Land Bill will push up cost of several projects, says state govt

Wednesday 4 September '13

Changes suggested by state not considered by Lok Sabha; Bill to come up in RS today
State hands over case to CBI

Tuesday 3 September '13

As many as 19 suspects have been arrested since March in connection with the case that is already in court.
‘Top Maoist’ arrested in Gondia

Tuesday 3 September '13

Another alleged “top Maoist frontman” from the state was arrested by the Gadchiroli police from Deori in Gondia on Sunday evening.
GIB number dwindles, state govt to sign MoU with WII

Saturday 31 August '13

The state government will soon sign a memorandum of understanding with the Wildlife Institute of India (WII) for a Rs 38-lakh GIB recovery programme.
As rains ease, mosquito-borne diseases loom over Vidarbha

Saturday 31 August '13

One dengue case was also reported in Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) area, according to V R Zare, assistant director (malaria), Health Services.
GIB number dwindles, state govt to sign MoU with WII

Saturday 31 August '13

The state government will soon sign a memorandum of understanding with the Wildlife Institute of India (WII) for a Rs 38-lakh GIB recovery programme.
As rains ease, mosquito-borne diseases loom over Vidarbha

Saturday 31 August '13

With the monsoon having considerably weakened in the area over the past few days, the possibility of mosquito-borne diseases looms large over eastern Vidarbha, where 12 people have died of dengue.
GIB numbers dwindle, govt plans Rs 38-lakh recovery project

Friday 30 August '13

Amid reports of fast-dwindling numbers of the Great Indian Bustards (GIB) in Maharashtra, the state government will soon sign an MoU with the Wildlife Institute of India (WII) for a Rs 38-lakh recover...
Cops shot 'Naxals' in cold blood: Activists

Tuesday 27 August '13

Group on a ‘fact-finding’ mission probing six encounters in Gadchiroli this year says police have a policy of not taking prisoners and killing suspected Maoists
Activists allege police shot ‘Naxals’ in cold blood

Tuesday 27 August '13

Police killed many alleged Naxals in cold blood without allowing them to surrender.
JNU student arrested in Naxal area, carried 'coded info': Police

Sunday 25 August '13

Mishra, an alleged Naxal courier, was arrested along with two others on Thursday night by the Gadchiroli police in Maharashtra for alleged links with the ultras.
‘Naxal courier’ held with two aides

Saturday 24 August '13

The Gadchiroli police have arrested Hem Mishra, described as a “prominent Naxal courier” from Uttarakhand, along with two others for links with ultras.
Forest officials suspect released leopard behind attack on villagers

Saturday 24 August '13

The attacks on August 18 and 21 at Walni and Chak Nimbala villages had left two women injured.
Orange problem tackled at the roots

Friday 23 August '13

Root stock is a mother plant of wild citrus origin, resistant to major diseases.
HC notices to secys, Nagpur CP on foreigners overstaying in India

Thursday 22 August '13

The Nagpur Bench of Bombay High Court has issued notices before admission to Central Home and Foreign secretaries and Nagpur Commissioner of Police in a public interest litigation (PIL) by six persons
BJP fields Muslim woman for deputy mayor’s post in Nagpur

Saturday 10 August '13

The BJP, which rules the Nagpur Municipal Corporation, has fielded its only Muslim corporator Jaitunbi Ansari to contest for Deputy Mayor’s post on August 12
BJP fields Muslim woman for deputy mayor’s post in Nagpur

Saturday 10 August '13

The BJP, which rules the Nagpur Municipal Corporation, has fielded its only Muslim corporator Jaitunbi Ansari to contest for Deputy Mayor’s post on August 12

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