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Saturday, 19th Nov 2016

Rising Awareness leads to more Snake Rescues in the Capital

Increased awareness about snakes and reptiles is beginning to make a difference. While earlier, people would perceive snakes as dangerous and were often killed the moment they were spotted, continued efforts of wildlife protection and conservation organizations like Wildlife SOS to sensitize people about these maligned reptiles has begun to show a positive change as more a... More...

  • Published on Nov 19, 16

Thursday, 17th Nov 2016

ArSta eco to set up a Biomass Based power plant in Tiptur Karnataka which will also be the first commercial scale Biochar manufacturing plant in the country.

ArSta eco the Karnataka based renewable energy and biocarbon company receives approval from Government of Karnataka for setting up a 1.2 MW Biomass based power plant at Tiptur Karnataka More...

  • Published on Nov 17, 16

Wednesday, 16th Nov 2016

ArSta eco to setup a 1.2MW Biomass based power plant in Karnataka

ArSta eco the Karnataka based renewable energy and biocarbon company have got approval from Government of Karnataka for setting up a 1.2 MW Biomass based power plant at Tiptur Karnataka More...

  • Published on Nov 16, 16

Wednesday, 2nd Nov 2016

Swachh Bharat Abhiyan Award Winners Announced

On 2nd October 2016, National news channel, ABP News announced the winners of "Swachh Bharat Abhiyan" short film making competition which set out all the winners celebrating their excellence and creativity with great gusto. More...

  • Published on Nov 2, 16

Wednesday, 19th Oct 2016

Reptilian visitor causes stir amidst Delhi's political hub!

A 3.5 foot long cobra was rescued by the Wildlife SOS Rapid Response Unit from the Secretariat; one of Delhi's most powerful & secured areas. The snake was found to be in good health and has been released back into its natural habitat. More...

  • Published on Oct 19, 16

Friday, 16th Sep 2016

Massive python brings Barapullah flyover construction to a halt, rescued by Wildlife SOS

An eight foot long Indian rock Python was rescued by the Wildlife SOS Rapid Response Unit from the engine of a water tanker at the Barapullah Corridor extension site, New Delhi. The large constrictor was kept under observation for a few hours after which it was released back into its natural habitat. More...

  • Published on Sep 16, 16

Saturday, 10th Sep 2016

Tata Power's Club Enerji saves more than 20, 000 units of energy in Kolkata; successfully sensitised 24, 000 citizens across the city

Tata Power's nationwide resource and energy conservation movement Club Enerji, has been constantly spreading awareness about resource conservation across the country, with a strategic focus on national building. More...

  • Published on Sep 10, 16

Friday, 9th Sep 2016

Rat Snake checks into DPS Mathura , leaving students stunned!

A 4.5 foot long rat snake was rescued by the Wildlife SOS Rapid Response Unit from Delhi Public School on Mathura Road, New Delhi. The snake is currently kept under observation and will be released back into its natural habitat, once deemed fit. More...

  • Published on Sep 9, 16

Wednesday, 7th Sep 2016

A Shout out to acid attack survivors! Wildlife SOS & Sheroes Café join hands to support women empowerment & wildlife conservation

In a first of its kind collaborative initiative, Wildlife SOS & Sheroes Café, run by Chhanv Foundation join hands to promote and support women who are acid attack survivors as well as efforts towards wildlife conservation in Agra. More...

  • Published on Sep 7, 16

Tuesday, 30th Aug 2016

Kerala Forest Dept & Wildlife Sos Host Workshop On Elephant Management Using Humane & Scientific Approach

In light of the approaching Onam festival where elephants are used in processions and often get abused in the bargain, the Kerala Forest Department and Wildlife SOS are jointly holding a workshop on elephant management using humane and scientific approach based on the principles of natural ecological behaviour and the use of operant and positive conditioning. More...

  • Published on Aug 30, 16
Orphaned baby Black Buck rescued from the brink of death

An abandoned Black buck fawn was rescued by the Wildlife SOS Rapid Response Unit from Greater Noida. The animal is currently under the care of the organisation and will be released back into its natural habitat, once deemed fit. More...

  • Published on Aug 30, 16

Saturday, 27th Aug 2016

Tortured and put on display, reptiles seized from Snake Charmers

A cobra and a common sand boa were rescued from snake charmers near Dwarka, Sector-15. The snakes are currently under the care of wildlife conservation organisation Wildlife SOS and will be released into their natural habitat, once deemed fit. More...

  • Published on Aug 27, 16

Thursday, 25th Aug 2016

Reptilian Visitor Causes Stir in Delhi Jail

A 3.5 ft long Checkered Keelback was rescued by the Wildlife SOS Rapid Response Unit rescued from the premises of Rohini Jail, New Delhi. The snake was found to be in good health and has been released back into its natural habitat. More...

  • Published on Aug 25, 16
Snake in an ATM! Red Sand Boa rescued by Wildlife SOS in Agra

A red sand boa was rescued by the Wildlife SOS Rapid Response Unit from an SBI ATM near M.G. Road in Agra. The snake was found to be in good health and was released back into its natural habitat shortly after. More...

  • Published on Aug 25, 16

Tuesday, 23rd Aug 2016

Infosys Invites Wildlife SOS to launch Eco Club in Bangalore

Infosys recently invited Wildlife SOS co-founder Kartick Satyanarayan to launch the Eco Club for Bangalore DC with Infosys Foundation founder Mrs. Sudha Murthy. The event was attended by hundreds of Infoscions and was also telecast live on the internal communication channels, where more than 1, 90,000 employees have access. More...

  • Published on Aug 23, 16