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Additional press coverage

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2017

May – The Pune Mirror: Red tape grounds Endangered vultures.

March – The Hindu: Haryana to adopt satellite tagging of vultures.

March – Times of India: Haryana Forest Department release 8 vultures into the wild.

March – Times of India: Pinjore centre clears way for satellite tagging Endangered vultures.

March – WWF Pakistan News: Success for Endangered Oriental white-backed vultures at restoration centre.

2016

April – Nature: Cattle drug threatens thousands of vultures.

June – Times of India: Threats await released vultures.

June – Times of India: Javadekar lauds Haryanas breeding programme.

October – Times of India: Vulture soar in Harsul Trimbakeshwar.

October – Times of India: 15 new vulture pairs arrive in Bhopal.

BBC: Release targets for 2016.

2015

April – RSPB Community Blog, UK: Saving Asian vultures.

2014

August – Badische Zeitung, Germany: Der Aasgeier soll nach Indien zurückkehren – The plight of Vultures in India.

July – The News Today, Bangladesh:  Anthrax, rabies to be epidemic with extinction of vulture.

April – Aljazeera: Vulture comeback.

March – Terre Sauvage, France: Nepal: One foot in the grave; BCN vulture work recognised.

February – Times of India: Killer drug ban stems fall in vulture numbers.

January – BBC News, UK: Project targets 2016 for Asian vultures release.

2013

August – The Times of India: Two vultures found dead at IIM-A.

July – The Hindu, India: Shun diclofenac to save vultures.

2012

September – The Daily Star, Bangladesh: Where have the Vultures gone?

August – The Times of India: More painkillers pose threat to vultures.

August – Hindustan Times, India: Aceclofenac: the new drug dangerous to vultures.

August – The Pioneer, India: Aceclofenac is the newest vulture killer drug in town.

August – Sakaal, India: Aceclofenac.

August – Punyanagar, India: Aceclofenac.

August – The Pioneer, India: Not releasing since vultures need safe environment.

July – The Hindu, India: Vultures boost at National Board of Wildlife.

June – The Times of India: Mahuva shows the way for vulture conservation.

June – The Pioneer, India: Terai gives new wings to vultures.

June – SAVE: World first for Vultures facing extinction.

May – The Pioneer, India: Workshop aimed at discontinued use of diclofenac.

May – Nepali Times: The vultures are circling again.

May – The Hindu, India: Save the scavengers.

March – The Pioneer, India: SAVE for law to keep vulture killer at bay.

March – Bangladeshi Daily Star: Where have all our vultures gone?

February – IBN Live: Rare slender-billed vulture sighted in Terai.

February – India Express: BNHS pitches in to save diminishing vulture population.

February – BNHS, India: Saving Asia’s Vultures from Extinction Consortium Launched.

2011

September – Down to Earth, India:  Vulture nemesis still in drug store shelves.

September – The Hindu, India: Breaking ban on diclofenac.

September – Asiancorrespondent.com, India: India vultures still in peril as farmers flout toxic drug ban.

September – Yahoo News India: Reduce size of banned drug vials to save vultures, say campaigners.

September – Write2kill.in, India: Vultures still in peril as pharmacies and farmers flout deadly diclofenac ban.

September – The Hindu, India: Proscribed drug poses a threat to vulture population.

September – Afternoon Dispatch Courier, India: Breeding survival.

September – BBC Nature, UK: Vulture killing drug still for sale, finds survey.

September – The Guardian, UK: Banned livestock drug continues to threaten India’s vultures, conservationists warn.

September – Nature.com: Illegal drug sales threaten vultures in India.

September – BBC Radio, UK: Saving Species.

June – openthemagazine.com: The Last Indian Vultures.

June – BirdLife, UK: The Survivors Part 1 and Part 2.

April – The Hindu, India: Saving Vultures.

April – BBC Online: Drug ban helps recovery.

March – Outlook India: Restaurants and SAVE.

February – Times of India: Delhi SAVE consortium.

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