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Friday, 27 July 2012

CREATE A GREEN FOREST AT THE HEART OF THIRUVANANTHAPURAM

Space is at a premium at the Thiruvananthapuram Zoo, and the Government is on the look-out for an ideal location to move the zoo outside the city.
Answering questions in the Assembly on Friday, Museum and Zoos Minister P K Jayalakshmi said the Government is searching for land to relocate the zoo, which shares 53 crammed acres with the Napier Museum and surrounding park.
The Thrissur Zoo is in the process of being relocated in 306 acres at Puthoor, where a zoological park is to be developed, she said. Several members also pointed out that it would be advisable to move the zoo out of the city limits.
The Thiruvananthapuram Zoo being under-staffed in terms of veterinarians, the department is examining a proposal to appoint one more vet and create posts for a biologist, public relations officer, lab technician and a livestock inspector, the Minister said in a written reply. The Central Zoo Authority has, in principle, approved the master plan for the development of the City Zoo, the Minister said.
As part of streamlining facilities here, a central committee led by Central Zoo Authority member secretary B S Bonal had recommended sectioning off the animals and birds into three categories - those belonging to the Western Ghats, those from Africa and thirdly, other foreign varieties. K Muraleedharan, who is also the local MLA, opined in the House on Friday that this was unscientific.

   It is good but beware of encroachment ...... 
If the zoo is shifted the whole area should be allowed to create good Green Forest....
Then only the city can relaxed .......








Wednesday, 25 July 2012

SAVE NELLIYAMPATHY SATHYAGRAHAM


ONLY RESTRICTED TOURISM CAN ALLOW ON TIGER RESERVES

The Supreme Court order banning tourism in core areas of tiger reserves till further directions has evoked sharp reactions from forest officials and conservationists the state.“Whatever may the statistics or data... the fact of the matter is that tigers are on the verge of extinction... till final directions are issued by this court with respect to the guidelines by the Union Ministry of Environment and Forests and the National Tiger Conservation Authority, the core areas in tiger reserves will not be used for tourism,”.

                                 Most felt that regulated tourism is a better option than a complete ban."Regulated tourism is a much better option. We have over the past 10 years controlled much of tourism activities in Parambikulam Tiger Reserve of Kerala. At day time, only limited vehicles of the Parambikulam FDA  go into the park. Such an order will have far-reaching effect on an entire community that has grown up on tourism activities in the park. Besides, as of now,It is strictly restricted only on Tourism- Buffer zone.

As my view it is more helpful for conservation ......
It can provide about 240 peoples to job security... 
  
LOKAH SAMASTHA SUKHINO BHAVANTHU

Friday, 20 July 2012

FOOD CULTURE OF KERALA

Kerala had a great food culture just before a 10 years.

Then we Kerala people totally changed in all our attitudes including food....

We changed homely food to hotel food....

Most of us see it as the symbol of status.......


Then we forget the culture nature and every thing.........

After it We saw some incidents on hotel food....
We lost one life also......

But our Brainless Status not agree with it.....


Really Shame.......




Thursday, 12 July 2012

SAY NO TO ATHIRAPPALLY HYDRO ELECTRIC PROJECT


The importance of Vazhachal and Athirappally is not predictable.  Because It is the part of the  Western Ghats. The last study report of Madhav Gadgil Committee  explains and approves this..
But some people of Kerala especially KSEB officials want to destroy that Biodiversity….
They need a Hydro Electric Power Project there …..
But you should know these things also……
At present the project needs  2000 crore rupees…
But it can produce a maximam of 1500 lakh unit only…
As per the study we can see the cost of electricity from there will become above   Rs 15/-per unit…
Then think is it affordable to us……
IT CAN ONLY DESTROY OUR NATURE…..
So SAY NO TO ATHIRAPPALLY HYDRO ELECTRIC PROJECT