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On a wrong course? (October Week #5 (2015))
Reports of a golf course coming up in the township of Numaligarh Refinery Limited in Numaligarh near Kaziranga National Park in Assam created ripples and troubled many; some also regarded it as one of the ‘regular’ depressing news on the wildlife conservation
front. 

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Scientists identify new giant tortoise species in Galapagos (October Week #5 (2015))
Quito: A team of Ecuadoran and international scientists said on Wednesday they have identified a new giant tortoise species on the Galapagos Islands.

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First nine months of 2015 shatter heat records: US (October Week #5 (2015))
Miami: The first nine months of this year were the hottest on record worldwide, US government scientists said Wednesday, in another sign of the impact of dangerous global warming.

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Dalai Lama warns global warming destroying 'roof of world' (October Week #5 (2015))
New Delhi: The Dalai Lama on Tuesday urged the world to protect Tibet from global warming, saying his Himalayan homeland was crucial to the health of the world.

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Meet the architects of green spaces in Mumbai (October Week #5 (2015))
Every household in a Kandivli housing complex produces 150kg of waste daily, and for seven years, a family made manure with this waste. 

The Khatris - Afzhal, 64, and Nusrat, 62 – converted close to 350 tonnes of garbage into manure for gardens and potted plants, substantially reducing the quantum of waste sent to the dumping grounds 

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Artificial pond helps cut Hindon pollution (October Week #5 (2015))
GHAZIABAD: There was a considerable dip in idol immersion in the Hindon river on Thursday compared to previous years, with the administration having made alternative arrangements for devotees. A determined administration dug up a makeshift pond in Priyadarshani
Park close to the river for the purpose.

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