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Delhi To Get Its First Wild Animal Rescue Park

Sep 20, 2021 Outlook Web Desk

The wild animal rescue park has come up at Rajokri, where a monkey rescue centre was lying abandoned.

Wild Bear Rescued From Well In Odisha

Aug 14, 2021 PTI

The bear is in good condition and will be released in the nearby jungle


Gujarat Zoo To Trade 40 Asiatic Lions For Other Wild Animals For Kevadia Jungle Safari

Till now, around 80 lions have been sent to different national and international zoos, including those in London, Zurich and Prague. Zoos situated in 21 states in the country have received

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A medic administers a dose of Covid-19 vaccine to a beneficiary at a government vaccination centre in Bengaluru.

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Hindu pilgrims offer prayers on the banks of Jhelum river during the Pushkar festival, at Shadipura village in Ganderbal district. Pilgrims arrived at the confluence of the Jhelum river and Sindh stream to celebrate the...

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A medic sorts the vials of Covid-19 vaccine at a government vaccination centre in Bengaluru.

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Students outside an examination centre after appearing in the CBSE 10th Social Science Theory (SST) Board Exams 2022 for Term-1, in Ghaziabad.

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Wrestler Deepak Punia waves towards his fans as he arrives at Jaiprakash Narayan airport, in Patna.

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