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Photo of the Month Indian Chital

Indian Chital

  Indian Chital or Cheetal or Axis deer is also known as chital deer, spotted deer is a deer which commonly inhabits wooded regions of India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh and Bhutan. This Photo was clicked at Jim Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand, India. Photograph by: Javed Idrish, DIBMN

Photo of the Month Indian Palm Squirrel

Indian Palm Squirrel

Indian Palm Squirrel: The Indian Palm Squirrel (Funambulus palmarum) also known as three-Striped Palm Squirrel. In this photo Indian Palm Squirrel sitting on a tree and eating nuts. Photograph by: Mr S. Javed, Dehradun

Photo of the Month Indian Ringneck Parrot

Indian  Black Ringneck Parrot

  Indian black ringneck Parrot: Indian black ringneck has a hooked beak, long tail and is more slender in size compared to most parrots. Indian black  ringneck  is about 16 inches in length, including tail, and has a stealthy appearance. Photograph by: Dr Vinod Kumar, Dehradun

Photo of the month Indian Owl

Indian Owl

Indian Owl: Indian Owl at  Jim Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand, India. Photograph by: Dr Vinod Kumar, Dehradun

Photo of the week Barog Tunnel

The Barog tunnel, the longest  tunnel on the Kalka-Shimla track

Photo of the week Barog Tunnel, H.P., India Barog Tunnel is the longest tunnel of Kalka-Shimla route near Barog Station H.P. India. Photograph by: Dr Vinod Kumar, Dehradun

Photo of the month Grazing Deer

Grazing Deer

Grazing Deer   Deer grazing at Jim Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand, India. Photograph by: Javed Idrish, DIBMN

Cow Dung Cakes

Cow or buffalo dung cakes

  In many parts of the developing world, cow or buffalo dung cakes are used as fuel. Photograph by: Dr Vinod Kumar, Dehradun

Photo of the Week-Indian Army Rescue operation after Himalayan Tsunami northern Indian state of Uttarakhand

Indian Army  (ITBP) personnel make a rope bridge to rescue pilgrims near Gaurikund after flood and landslide in Uttarakhand, India.

Rescue efforts picked up steam in flood-hit Uttarakhand, with 62,000 people having been evacuated by road and air till Sunday. However, 22,000 are still stranded in Rudraprayag, Chamoli and Uttarkashi districts. Over 65 choppers and 10,000 army and paramilitary personnel are engaged in the rescue operations following one of the worst calamities that hit the

Photo of the Month- “Himalayan Tsunami” in the northern Indian state of Uttarakhand

Ganga's water over to head of Lord Shiva's statue, its 18 feet high from Normal Ganga level in Rishikesh

  A submerged idol of Hindu Lord Shiva stands in the flooded River Ganges in Rishikesh, in the northern Indian state of Uttarakhand,  June 18, 2013 due to “Himalayan Tsunami”. Ganga’s water over to head of  Lord Shiva’s statue, its 18 feet high from Normal Ganga level. Nearly 14,000 people are believed to be missing

Photo of the week, Stork Billed Kingfisher, India

Stork Billed Kingfisher

  Stork-billed Kingfisher (Pelargopsis capensis)  Photograph by: Javed Idrish, DIBMN