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It's Just not about Kurinji but its habitat, the Shola Forests


News about kurinji and shola forests

1. Marakurinji flowers in Munnar
2. Eravikulam National Park reopens for visitors
3. Benoy Viswam releases book on kurinji
4. Kurinji flowering season begins
5. Save Kurinji campaigners stage walkathon at Kodaikanal
6. Kurinjimala sanctuary borders are to be redrawn.
7. Blue stalkless kurinji flowers bloom in Idukki
8. A variety of kurinji blooms at Calvary Mount
9. Wayanad sanctuary closed to visitors
10. Tiger population rises
11. Government signs MoU on conservation of birds of prey
12. Green Day t Periyar Tiger Reserve with traffic restrictions
13. Fires in several forest areas of Kerala as summer advances
14. Frogs and fishes under threat in Kerala
15. Handbook on kurinji released
16. 195 nations reach accord to combat climate change
17. India's forest cover increases
18. Karuva Island opens for tourism
19. Climate action plan: India to reduce emissions by 35 per cent
20. Call for concerted action to address highly hazardous chemicals
21. Kurinjimala is home for the largest butterfly
22. Convention of environmental activists pitch for Western Ghats
23. Environmental activists to discuss on move to revive Pooyankutty
24. Agastyavanam Biosphere fails to get UNESCO approval
25. Agasthyamala Biosphere Reserve may miss UNESCO approval
26. Ban on use of thotti for controlling elephants
27. Forum calls for measures to protect biodiversity
28. New technique to stop raiding elephants
29. Population of Tahrs go up in Eravikulam National Park
30. Nivedita P. Haran Committee submits report on encroachments
31. Grassland catch fire in Peppara Wildlife Sanctuary
32. Survey finds colonisation of grasslands on Palani hills
33. Fires ravage wildlife sancturies in South India
34. Pine plantation at Vagamon catches fire
35. Shola forests on Ghats to be classified as red zone
36. Centre proposes extension of Periyar Tiger Reserve
37. Kurinji blooms at Mookambika
38. Forest Minister inaugurates Malabar Wildlife Sanctuary in Kerala
39. The fourth season of bloom short film premiered
40. Browning of Munnar
41. Cloud forest areas at Gavi experience decrease in rainfall
42. Neelakurinji blooms at Rajappara
43. Fresh bloom of neelakurinji at Santhanpara in Idukki district
44. Fires ravage forests, grasslands suffer extensive damage
45. Grasslands catches fire in Eravikulam National Park
46. Committee recommends against destruction of hills and grasslands
47. Forest Department to set grasslands on fire
48. Varieties of kurinji bloom at Eravikulam National Park
49. Kurinji mobile plan to end on October 18
50. Kurinji blooms near Pooppara
51. New plants sprout at Eravikulam National Park
52. Roy Thomas leaves Kurinjimala Sanctuary on new assignment
53. Temperature changes threaten shola forests of Idukki
54. Fires destroy shola grasslands in Kerala
55. Biodiversity India National Exhibition
56. Viable population of Tahr at Chokramudi near Munnar
57. Shola forests under threat at Ponmudi
58. Advocates panel to report on Eravikulam National Park
59. Sugathakumari opens video on Neelakurinji
60. Forest Department seeds knoll at Munnar
61. Nectar of kurinji is a sell out in Kerala
62. Haran recommends expansion of sholas
63. Kurinji seeds mature
64. Encroachments galore at Munnar
65. Kurinji bloom may visit Munnar town
66. Grasslands catch fire at Vagamon
67. Forest policy ignores shola grasslands
68. Breeding season begins at Eravikulam National Park
69. Kurinji season ends in Kerala, Tamil Nadu
70. Pilgrimage to Agastyakoodam begins
71. Call for Palani hills National Park
72. Kurinjimala Sanctuary Declared
73. Neelakurinji bloom causes traffic jams at Eravikulam
74. Govenor visits Rajamala to see neelakurinji in bloom
75. In celebration of kurinji-- kurinji festival
76. First flowers of the kurinji season bloom
77. Department of Posts releases commemorative stamp on kurinji


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