“Training is being completed and the calender for each reserve is being drawn, based on the availability of camera traps and field staff.
Once the exercise is completed, information will be shared with the Wildlife Institute of India for documentation.
Stating that the Congress always supported the cause of social justice, he said caste-based census could ensure social justice for all, especially the Backward Classes.
According to researchers from Wildlife Institute of India and National Tiger Conservation Authority, the number of tigers in Karnataka and Madhya Pradesh could in fact be the same as Uttarakhand.
The resolution was introduced by Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao in the Assembly on Friday and was unanimously approved by the House
Kali Tiger Reserve has emerged as a favourite site for the source population of tigers and has been recording phenomenal growth in the last few years thanks to its demography.
"Why should the Government of India object? Where is the reason?," KCR said during a discussion in Telangana assembly about his government's 'Dalit Bandhu' scheme.
Centre’s submission before SC that a caste census isn’t feasible has triggered renewed demand for it from nat’l Oppn. But in TN, DMK and AIADMK are yet to take a strong stand
Amid mounting pressure from the Opposition and some allies, including the JDU in Bihar, the BJP, which was vehemently opposed to the caste census till recently, is preparing strategies.
The State Cabinet on January 11, 2020 had given its nod to estimation of the number of SEBCs after the proposal for caste-based census was rejected by the Centre.
Three of the four NDA constituents — JD(U), HAM and VIP — have broken ranks and are supporting the Opposition on the issue.
The culprit is the state that has failed to provide quality education to our children. We need, therefore, to reassess the way we address issues of inclusion
Kumar said he will speak to members of different parties in Bihar over the issue to chart out their next course of action.
The letter stated that it is unfair for the people from Backward and Extremely Backward Classes, for ages, that they are not able to make the expected progress.
“The ruling party doesn’t have a single rational reason against not conducting the caste census,” Tejashwi Yadav stated in the letter.