Environment | Protection | Discovery | Concern

Anti-poaching measures towards protection and conservation of the one horned rhinoceros in the famous Kaziranga National Park in Assam (India), will be taken by the concerned authorities, the state government and the Ministry for Environment, Forest, & Climate Change in collaboration. Recent updates include that, a special Rhino Protection Force would be adopted, in which a total of well-trained of about 1200 personnel, come into action and ground work very soon. Deployment of drones in the National Park, with the help from Ministry of Defence and the Director General, Civil Aviation and additionally, the personnel and forest guards will be acquainted with modern sophisticated arms, ammunitions and other sophisticated instruments towards tackling poachers, are taken into the plans and strict measures.

                Evolution is natural and by far the most strong forces in the nature. Behind the scenes of natural curtains, many amazing natural phenomenal actions do takes place, and is happening without our sights of vision. Once again, an extraordinary event took place when researchers from Malabar Christian College, University of Calicut, Kerala and Zoological Survey of India, Kolkata reached yet another extraordinary feat in discovering a new species of paper-wasps of the genus Ropalindia Guerin-Meneville. It is one of the largest social groups of wasps, dominant in the tropical and subtropical regions in the world. The Indian region consists of about 26 species. The common name of the species is Narendran’s Paper Wasp, small, stinging and 8 mm in total size, black in colour and yellow marks on the body, which is named after an imminent researcher, who contributed significantly to the taxonomy of insect research in India for 44 years.

                It is a fact that climate change is happening and none can deny to this ongoing threatening revolution. Indian Nobel peace Laureate, Kailash Satyarthi, has said, that the disasters of climate change are seen, among the poor Indian families. Due to climate change, the people of the rock-bottom strata in the society, who are in complete poverty, are being pushed so deep that the trafficking activities, bonded labor and other child labor are taking place, due to climate change, acting as a major factor. Displacements of families, led to instability, and thus eventually the children are forced to take any of the routes just mentioned above, of which many become domestic workers, labors in brick kilns and other unhealthy workshops. Kailash Satyarthi, is responsible for championing the cause of, freeing over 80,000 child laborers in India over 30 years of his life time, and is still continuing, with his founded initiative Bachpan Bachao Andolan (Save the Childhood Movement). He is an epitome of inspiration.

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