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Wednesday, 17th Aug 2016

Woman escapes deadly encounter with a massive Cobra

A woman made a lucky escape after close encounter with a 5-ft. long cobra in her house in Artoni, Agra. The snake rescued by Wildlife SOS is currently under kept observation and will be released back into the wild, once deemed fit. More...

  • Published on Aug 17, 16

Monday, 1st Aug 2016

Drowning leopard rescued from 60-feet deep well in Maharashtra

In a three hour long daring rescue operation carried out by the Wildlife SOS team from Manikdoh Leopard Rescue Center & the Forest Department, a three year old female leopard was rescued from a 60 feet deep well in Pimpalgaon Siddhanath village in Junnar, Maharashtra. After conducting a thorough physical examination, the leopard was released back into its natural habitat. More...

  • Published on Aug 1, 16

Saturday, 30th Jul 2016

'Giant Python' brings National Highway to a halt, rescued by Wildlife SOS

In a two hour long daring rescue operation by the Wildlife SOS rapid response unit, a thirteen foot long python weighing approximately 24.5 kilograms was rescued from National Highway 2 (Agra - Mathura Road). The snake was found to be in good health and was soon released back in to its natural habitat. More...

  • Published on Jul 30, 16

Sunday, 24th Jul 2016

Unluckiest Elephant in the World rescued after decades of torture

Twenty Hour long rescue operation mounted by Police, Forest and Wildlife SOS to rescue 'Mohan', a 55 year old elephant tortured for decades in illegal custody. Elephant was found to be emaciated, starved and severely wounded More...

  • Published on Jul 24, 16

Friday, 22nd Jul 2016

National Bird rescued from Jawaharlal Nehru University

Wildlife SOS rescued a severely injured peacock from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. The bird was traumatized and is currently undergoing treatment. It will be released back into its natural habitat once deemed fit. More...

  • Published on Jul 22, 16

Tuesday, 19th Jul 2016

Python takes factory workers by surprise, rescued by Wildlife SOS

A 6-ft long python was rescued by the Wildlife SOS rescue team from a cement pole factory in Akbara Village, Agra. The snake was found to be in good health and was released back in to its natural habitat. More...

  • Published on Jul 19, 16
4.5 foot long Cobra rescued from Delhi farmhouse

The Wildlife SOS Rapid Response Unit rescued a 4.5 foot long cobra from a farmhouse in Dera Mandi, New Delhi. The snake is currently kept under observation and will soon be released back into its natural habitat. More...

  • Published on Jul 19, 16

Wednesday, 13th Jul 2016

Juvenile snake discovered in Metro platform, rescued by Wildlife SOS

A juvenile Common Kukri was rescued by the Wildlife SOS Rapid Response Unit from Dwarka Metro Station, New Delhi. The snake is currently kept under observation and will be released into its natural habitat once deemed fit. More...

  • Published on Jul 13, 16
Blueair appoints Herman Pihlträd as Chief Operating Officer, heralding the air purification company's global growth plans

Blueair, the global indoor air purification leader, announces the appointment of Herman Pihlträd to the role of Chief Operating Officer. Reporting directly to Blueair founder and chief executive officer Bengt Rittri, Herman's global brief encompasses China, Blueair's single largest marketplace with a highly efficient local organization, and other core markets in Asia, Nor... More...

  • Published on Jul 13, 16

Tuesday, 12th Jul 2016

Snake found in bathroom, rescued by Wildlife SOS

A 5 foot long cobra was rescued by the Wildlife SOS rescue team from a house in Dayalbagh, Agra. The snake was found to be in good health and has been released back to its natural habitat. More...

  • Published on Jul 12, 16

Monday, 11th Jul 2016

Reliance Industries' Contribution Towards Indian Society

Reliance Industries Limited's CSR activities in the form of health awareness programs, affordable schooling opportunities, and community care centers benefit millions of Indians who have limited access to such facilities. More...

  • Published on Jul 11, 16

Friday, 8th Jul 2016

Wildlife SOS & Agra Horticulture Club join hands for a greener future

In a collaborative initiative to create a greener environment, Wildlife SOS and the Horticulture Club of Agra conducted a tree plantation drive to celebrate 'Van Mahotsav' week. More...

  • Published on Jul 8, 16
Asset Optimization to Drive the Next Wave of Energy Efficiency in India

Achieving performance efficiency and cost savings through optimization of Overall Equipment Effectiveness is likely to define the next wave of Industrial Energy Efficiency. In the June 2016 issue of PAT Pulse, Sustainability Outlook and AEEE have explored the prevalence, drivers, business case and key challenges for IoT based Smart Manufacturing (SM) solutions in Indian in... More...

  • Published on Jul 8, 16

Thursday, 7th Jul 2016

5-ft long Snake checks into ATM, rescued by Wildlife SOS

A 5 foot long rat snake was rescued by the Wildlife SOS Rapid Response Unit from a State Bank of India 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 Jul 7, 16
Snake wanders into JNU Campus, rescued by Wildlife SOS

A 5 foot long rat snake was rescued by the Wildlife SOS Rapid Response Unit from the Jawaharlal Nehru University campus, New Delhi. The snake was found to be in good health and was released back into its natural habitat shortly after. More...

  • Published on Jul 7, 16