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Oil prices down ahead of Federal meet outcome, supply report

Oil prices down ahead of Federal meet outcome, supply report

28 Jan 2015

Singapore: Oil prices fell in Asia on Wednesday as dealers await the outcome of a US Federal Reserve meeting and the release of a US supply report expected to show a surge in crude stockpiles, analysts said.

Oil prices in Asia,   US Federal Reserve meeting,   US supply report,   crude stockpiles,  
28 tigers in Bihar's Valmiki <strong>Tiger</strong> <strong>Reserve</strong>

28 tigers in Bihar's Valmiki Tiger Reserve

22 Jan 2015

Patna: The number of tigers in Bihar's Valmiki Tiger Reserve has increased from 22 to 28, an official said on Thursday.

National Tiger Conservation Authority,   NTCA,   Valmiki Tiger Reserve,   Bihar,   tigers,  
Uttarakhand becomes second most <strong>tiger</strong> populated state

Uttarakhand becomes second most tiger populated state

21 Jan 2015

Dehradun: Tiger population in Uttarakhand has risen from 227 to 340 since the last census, becoming the second state in the country after Karnataka with the highest number of tigers.

tiger population,   most tiger populated state,   tiger population in Uttarakhand,   tigers in Karnataka,   Corbett Tiger Reserve,  
Bengal government urged to find plight of Buxa tigers

Bengal government urged to find plight of Buxa tigers

27 Jan 2015

Kolkata: Tiger expert Valmik Thapar on Monday urged the West Bengal government to "find out" the plight of tigers in the Buxa Tiger Reserve (BTR) in northern part of the state, in the light of no photographs emerging to substantiate the claim of presence of three big cats.

Buxa tigers,   Tiger expert,   Bengal government,   Valmik Thapar,   Bengal CM,   Mamata Banerjee,   Amit Mitra,   Kolkata literary meet,  
Government plans more <strong>tiger</strong> habitats as population rises

Government plans more tiger habitats as population rises

25 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Buoyed by the rising number of tigers in the wild, the government has decided to create more habitats for them to ensure their long-term conservation.

Tiger,   Environment Ministry,   Wildlife Sanctuaries,   Prakash Javadekar,  
<strong>Tiger</strong> population increases in Northeastern region

Tiger population increases in Northeastern region

23 Jan 2015

Guwahati: Tiger population in North Eastern hills and Brahmaputra flood plains has increased to 201 in 2014 from 148 in 2010, according to the latest status report on tigers.

Tiger population,   Northeastern region,   tigers in North East,   tigers in Assam,   tigers in Arunachal Pradesh,   tiger census,  
 Amitabh Bachchan happy with rise in <strong>tiger</strong> population

Amitabh Bachchan happy with rise in tiger population

22 Jan 2015

Mumbai: Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan, who is the brand ambassador of save the tiger campaign, says he is elated by the fact that the population of India's national animal has increased due to the drive.

Amitabh Bachchan,   tiger campaign,   tiger,   Shamitabh,   swachh bharat,  
<strong>Tiger</strong> population rises 30 percent to 2,226 in past three years

Tiger population rises 30 percent to 2,226 in past three years

20 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Tiger population in the country is estimated to be around 2,226, a rise of over 30 percent since the last count in 2010, according to the latest census report released on Tuesday.

Tiger population,   census report,   Tiger Census,   National Tiger Conservation Authority,   Prakash Javadekar,  
RBI norms to protect interests of consumers soon

RBI norms to protect interests of consumers soon

23 Jan 2015

New Delhi: The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) will soon come out with comprehensive guidelines to protect consumers from being cheated by entities which are regulated by the Central bank.

RBI,   Reserve Bank of India,   Consumer protection,   Indian Consumers,  
Indians can carry only up to Rs 25,000 to Nepal, Bhutan

Indians can carry only up to Rs 25,000 to Nepal, Bhutan

22 Jan 2015

Mumbai: The Reserve Bank on Thursday allowed  Indians to carry high value denomination notes while travelling to Nepal and Bhutan with a cap of Rs 25,000 on the total amount.

Reserve Bank of India,   India,   Nepal,   Bhutan,   PM Narendra Modi ,  

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