What led to the extinction of the cheetah in India and how Modi’s government plans to reintroduce it

New Delhi: The cheetah that went extinct in independent India is about to return, Bhupender Yadav, Union Cabinet Minister for Environment, Forests and Climate Change, announced Wednesday.the minister tweeted that an action plan for the reintroduction of cheetahs in India has been launched at the 19th meeting of the National …

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Emerging Markets Central Bank Asset Purchases Can Be Effective …

(MENAFN- Caribbean News Global) By Tobias Adrian, Christopher Erceg, Simon Gray and Ratna Sahay Over the past two decades, central banks in emerging markets have made substantial progress in building the credibility necessary to conduct countercyclical monetary policy. During the COVID crisis, many of these central banks not only cut …

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Minneapolis divides into Republic County

Girls After a slow offensive start, Minneapolis finally found their rhythm in a 45-20 victory over Republic County on Tuesday. Maci McClure reportedly led the Lions with 13 points and was named the Nex-Tech Wireless Player of the Game. Shelby Davidson added 10 points for Minneapolis, all in the fourth …

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Slog AM: Omicron hits the South, Democratic Senate hinges on voting rights, Kent Cop who posted Nazi stuff gets slapped on his wrist – Slog

Schumer is considering a filibuster solution to push through voting rights legislation, but at least two Democratic senators stand in his way. Chip Somodevilla / GETTY Garbage collection has not returned to normal: According to a press release from Seattle Public Utilities, workers left Monday morning to pick up our …

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New California Wildlife Preserve gives animals room to roam – NBC Los Angeles

What there is to know Protected animals will have room to roam without the threat of invasive development thanks to a large new nature reserve. It creates a wildlife corridor connecting northern and southern California. The Randall Reservation covers over 112 square miles. Mountain lions, eagles, salamanders and other protected …

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An update as Omicron Surge beats in the US

Exchange is monitoring the Omicron variant, which has skyrocketed COVID cases across much of the world. Fortunately, some early data suggests that this variant could be, in some cases, less fatal than previous variants. Cases have increased dramatically, with an average of 400,000 new cases recorded in the United States …

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Know! EHT Snake escapes his house, owner seeks help

What could be worse than trying to find a runaway snake in your neighborhood? Try to find a snake on the run after your neighborhood has been bombarded with several inches of snow. Someone has posted a “lost snake” story on the Nextdoor app and is asking for help in …

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Sri Lanka closes three foreign missions as economic crisis deepens

Sri Lanka has temporarily closed three diplomatic missions abroad from December 31 in an attempt to save foreign exchange reserves and cut spending, as the country faces crippling debt. The Sri Lankan High Commission in Abuja, Nigeria, the Sri Lankan Consulate General in Frankfurt, Germany, and the Sri Lankan Consulate …

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Happy New Year for whale and dolphin watching in Cornwall, but leave the wildlife alone, charity warns

This has been a good year for whales and dolphins in Cornwall, but people need to leave the wildlife alone for animal numbers to recover even more, a leading environmental charity has said. The Wildlife Trusts, the parent organization of the Cornwall Wildlife Trust, said cetaceans (whales, dolphins, butts) took …

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A military nod to marriages with “foreigners” and other associated Sri Lankan nonsense | Print edition

Views) : On the same day that the powerful voice of South African anti-apartheid lawyer and priest Desmond Tutu fell silent (December 26, 2021), Sri Lanka announced an absurd rule potentially requiring citizens who marry “foreigners” »Obtain a security clearance from the Ministry of Defense. Parameters that defined the apartheid …

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