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India’s Mising community seeks to expand its indigenous adaption practices in response to climate change

Reliefweb 21 Sep 2021
Originating in the Tibetan Himalayas, the river weaves its way through India and Bangladesh before emptying into the Bay of Bengal ... Migrating from the Eastern Himalayas in the 14th century to settle near the banks of the Brahmaputra and its tributaries, the Misings in Assam call some of the most flood-prone areas of the state their home.
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Besides landslides, earthquakes & glaciers pose big threat to Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand

The Times of India 19 Aug 2021
A recent study ‘Glaciers of the Himalayas’ released by the World Bank in June this year, says that glaciers in the Himalayas, Karakoram, and Hindu Kush (HKHK) mountain ranges are melting faster than the global average ice mass.
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Quakes, glaciers pose big threat to HP, U'khand

The Times of India 19 Aug 2021
A recent study ‘Glaciers of the Himalayas’ released by the World Bank in June this year, says that glaciers in the Himalayas, Karakoram, and Hindu Kush (HKHK) mountain ranges are melting faster than the global average ice mass.
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Take me home, said a rare Chamurthi horse I met in Spiti

The Times of India 13 Aug 2021
Ours could open the stable latch, ring a bell when they wanted food while one even held my mother’s scarf when it sensed she wanted company.But this horse took me by utter surprise when we met on the banks of the Tso Moriri lake in Ladakh ... land’ between the Himalayas and Tibet.
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Milind Soman to embark solo for the 420 kms Unity Run

Beijing News 12 Aug 2021
The Unity Run is sponsored by Union Bank of India - Principal Sponsor, Apis Himalaya Honey - Powered by Sponsor, Fitbit India - Official Fitness Partner, SO GOOD - Beverage Partner, CARRERA EYEWEAR - Sun Protection Partner, Evergreen Club App - Wellness Partner, Fujifilm - Imaging Partner and Figaro Olive Oil - Healthy Cooking Oil Partner.
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Himalayan nations can no longer ignore an environmental time bomb

Swissinfo 22 Jun 2021
Five years ago, a natural disaster struck the Chinese Himalayas. the Gongbatongshaco glacial lake in the Tibetan region burst its banks on July 5, 2016, sending huge volumes of glacial water down the mountain.
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When Chris Evans spoke about his spiritual connection with India: 'I spent three weeks in Rishikesh'

Hindustan Times 13 Jun 2021
On Chris Evans' 40th birthday, here's a look at the time when the Captain America actor spoke about his visit to India. PUBLISHED ON JUN 13, 2021 01.43 PM IST ... So we all went and stayed in this little village for about three weeks, hiked the Himalayas, camped on the banks of the Ganga it was great,” Evans had said ... “And that really sucks!” he added.
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Waders start return migration trip from Chennai

The Times of India 31 May 2021
+Text Size. SmallMediumLarge. Up Next. CHENNAI. The temperature is rising and migratory birds have begun leaving the city ... In the south, they are found in marshes, margins of lakes, river banks and estuaries. Breeding population of this bird species is found in northwest Himalayas and north Sikkim, he said ... Start a Conversation. COVID-19 Cases. India. World.
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Sundarlal Bahuguna: When a man fasted to save a river

Gulf News 31 May 2021
It was a small, sparse hut, with a mud floor and crude wooden rafters of slate and straw ... It was really its location ... The Ganga flowed through this town down from the Himalayas. Much of its contamination and pollution came further downstream, from the industries and tanneries that dotted its banks in India’s most populous state, Uttar Pradesh ... D ... .
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Waders start return migration trip from city

The Times of India 30 May 2021
Chennai. The temperature is rising and migratory birds have begun leaving the city ... Unlike the common redshank, whimbrels are not found in a flock, he said ... In the south, they are found in marshes, margins of lakes, river banks and estuaries. Breeding population of this bird species is found in northwest Himalayas and north Sikkim, he said ... .
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