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New species of scorpion identified - The Hindu

18Aug2015
The HinduNew species of scorpion identifiedThe HinduIt's a major discovery after a team of scientists from the ZSI's Kozhikode and Pune centres identified a rare species of scorpion, Rugosentus, from the Malayattur forests in the State in 2005, said P.M. Sureshan, senior scientist of the ZSI Kozhikode ...and more »
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Day of the leopards - not quite so in Kollam | Videos - onmanorama

07May2017
onmanoramaDay of the leopards - not quite so in Kollam | VideosonmanoramaKollam/Kochi: A leopard, which ventured into a human habitat, died when it got tangled in a barb wire fence near the border town of Aryankavu in Kollam district. Another leopard was trapped on the fringes of the Malayattur forest in Ernakulam on ...and more »
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Over 100 Elephant Deaths in Kerala in Last Nine Months - NDTV

07Oct2014
NDTVOver 100 Elephant Deaths in Kerala in Last Nine MonthsNDTVThirteen were found dead inside forest areas of Malayattur, Edamalayar, Athirappilly and Vazhachal region which includes elephant corridors, the development of which was financed by the UNESCO. Task Force secretary V K Venkitachalam said the ...
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Kalady-Malayattoor-Athirappilly tourism circuit plan on the anvil - The Hindu

13Oct2014
The HinduKalady-Malayattoor-Athirappilly tourism circuit plan on the anvilThe HinduFrom the sizzling silver cascades of Periyar to its rich cultural heritage, the tourism potentials of Kalady and Malayattur in Ernakulam are set to get a much needed push. The ambitious Kalady-Malayattoor-Athirappilly tourism circuit mooted by the ...and more »
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Un herd instinct: Jumbos gather, drink, leave - Times of India

14Jan2018
Times of IndiaUn herd instinct: Jumbos gather, drink, leaveTimes of IndiaANAKULAM (IDUKKI): Every day, starting from late afternoon when the heat lets up to long after the sun goes down, several herds of elephants that roam the Malayattur and Mangulam forest divisions make a beeline for a particular spot along Eettacholayar ...
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Bridge-building, an annual affair at Urianpetty - The Hindu

30Jan2018
The HinduBridge-building, an annual affair at UrianpettyThe HinduThe bridge, situated around 5 km from Anakulam, connects the Malayattur Forest Division and the Mankulam Forest Division at Anakulam. It is mainly used by 75 families residing in the forest to reach Mankulam or Adimaly. Shops at Mankulam. Though they ...and more »
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Fencing work at Anakulam kicks up a row - The Hindu

30Jan2018
The HinduFencing work at Anakulam kicks up a rowThe Hindu... at Anakulam, providing a visual treat to tourists. The water in the river is said to be rich in minerals. Anakualam is on the border with the Malayattur Forest Division. Large-scale construction there would affect the movement of wild elephants ...
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Nilgiri tahr census gets under way - The Hindu

16Apr2016
The HinduNilgiri tahr census gets under wayThe HinduThe census, to be held on three days, would take a close look at the Malayattur, Vazhachal and Chalakudy forests where Nilgiri tahrs roam around. Forest officials at Silent Valley said this was the first comprehensive survey of Nilgiri tahrs at the ...and more »
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Kalady murder accused arrested - The Hindu

08Oct2016
Kalady murder accused arrestedThe HinduThe four reportedly escaped in a car to Kuruppampady via Malayattur and abandoned the vehicle. The Kalady police had arrested Jaison (23) and Dibil (29), who had allegedly provided arms to the four arrested. Mangaluru Deputy Commissioner of Police ...and more »
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Idamalayar project to go on stream after 34 years' delay - The Hindu

13Jan2015
Idamalayar project to go on stream after 34 years' delayThe HinduIn the first phase, water from the project will benefit farmlands in five panchayats including Ayyampuzha, Malayattur and Manjapra. Three components. Costing around Rs.356 crore, the Idamalayar project has three components. The first is the 32-km long ...and more »
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