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PRINT MEDIA (September - October)
TRENDS AND
ANALYSIS
2012
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CONTENT
1. BACKGROUND............................................................................i
2. METHODOLOGY .........................................................................ii
3. THE RESEARCH FINDINGS ........................................................... iii
4. CONCLUSION ..........................................................................viii
5. RECOMMENDATIONS ................................................................. ix
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1. BACKGROUND
Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD)
The Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) is one of the key agreements adopted during the
Earth Summit held in Rio de Janeiro in 1992. It is an international legally-binding treaty with
three main goals: conservation of biodiversity; sustainable use of biodiversity; and the fair and
equitable sharing of the benefits arising from the use of genetic resources. Its overall objective
is to encourage actions which will lead to a sustainable future. The governing body of the CBD
is the Conference of the Parties (CoP). This ultimate authority of all governments (or Parties)
that have ratified the treaty meets every two years to review progress, set priorities and commit
to work plans. The Convention on Biological Diversity was opened for signature at the Earth
Summit in Rio de Janeiro on 5 June 1992 and entered into force on 29 December 1993. To date,
there are 193 Parties.
In 2010, Parties to the CBD adopted the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011–2020, a ten-year
framework for action by all countries and stakeholders to safeguard biodiversity and the benefits
it provides to people. The Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity (SCBD) is based
in Montreal, Canada. Its main function is to assist governments in the implementation of the CBD
and its programmes of work, to organise meetings, draft documents, and coordinate with other
international organisations and collect and spread information. The Executive Secretary is the
head of the Secretariat.
CoP 11/ MoP 6, Hyderabad
India successfully hosted the eleventh CoP to the CBD, and the sixth Conference of the Parties
serving as Meeting of the Parties (CoP/ MoP-6) in Hyderabad from 1-19 October, 2012. The
event provided India with an opportunity to consolidate, scale-up and showcase the initiatives
and strengths on biodiversity.
•
CoP 11 was the largest ever such conference organised in India. Approximately 6,000
delegates representing 171 countries, UN agencies, intergovernmental, nongovernmental,
indigenous and local community organisations, academia and the private sector participated
in CoP -11. Minister/Vice Minister level participation at CoP 11 was around 80. The
elements of successful CoP were flawless logistics, strategic thinking in the development
of Agenda’s content, participation of a large number of stakeholders and persuasive yet
effective negotiations. The meetings were presided over by Ms Jayanthi Natarajan, Minister
for Environment and Forests, India as the President of CoP 11. The high level segment was
inaugurated by the Prime Minister of India on 16th October 2012.
•
One of the most important outcomes of CoP 11 is the commitment of the Parties to double
the total biodiversity-related international financial resource flows to developing countries by
2015 and at least maintaining this level until 2020. India successfully steered the negotiations
at CoP-11 to arrive at this and other decision of CoP 11.
•
The High Level Segment heard statements from around 80 Ministers and high-level
representatives in the plenary session. Parallel, four panel discussions were held on:
Implementation of the Strategic Plan; biodiversity for livelihoods and poverty reduction;
marine and coastal biodiversity; and implementation of the Nagoya Protocol on ABS. The
outcome of the plenary statements and four panel discussions was brought out in the form
of Chairs summary by the President of CoP 11 on the closing day on 19th October 2012.
•
Prime Minister at CoP 11 also launched the ‘Hyderabad Pledge’, wherein he announced
that the Government of India has decided to earmark a sum of US $ 50 million during India’s
Presidency of CoP to strengthen institutional mechanism. It enhances the technical and
human capabilities for biodiversity conservation in India. And to promote similar capacity
building in other developing countries.
•
Prime Minister also unveiled a commemorative Pylon in Hyderabad to mark CoP 11. It has
been decided to establish a Biodiversity Museum and a Garden on this site.
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MEDIA IN COP 11/ MOP 6
In CBD CoP 11/ MoP 6 an elaborate media centre was specially set up for the press briefings and
media interactions. All the sessions were live covered on various screens to enable reporting in
media. Provisions were also made for smaller rooms to hold media interviews with the delegates/
delegations. The media from all over the world was present to cover this historic event. The
regional media was very excited and provided good coverage about CoP 11 in comparison to
the national media. Some of the senior journalists from national media came to cover high level
segment only in the last week of CoP 11.
The regional Indian media started covering the programme from July 2012 onwards. The news
stories number in print media increased steadily in September 2103 as CoP 11 preparations were
in high spirit. During the CoP 11 proceedings in the month of October 2012, exponential increase
in the news items on CoP and biodiversity issues was witnessed in print media. However the
media presence was low in MoP 6 sessions and so the media coverage.
2. METHODOLOGY
Media has been playing an important role in communicating the deliberations and its outcome
that take place during the global summit on biodiversity (CBD CoP) or climate change (UNFCCC).
Over the years, CMS ENVIS Centre has been analysing the media coverage related to the
Copenhagen and Durban Climate Changes COPs.
In CBD CoP-11, CMS ENVIS Centre analysed the convention related coverage in English and
Telugu newspapers. The study focused primarily on how the Indian newspapers covered the
crucial CBD CoP-11. The monitoring of news dailies was done for the month of September and
October 2012. The findings and the analysis aimed at: focus of the stories before and during the
convention, number of news items published by these four dailies, format of the news coverage,
placement of the stories in newspaper sections, spatial reference of the coverage, space given to
CoP-11 coverage. The focus and the issues covered were important parameters of the analysis.
Total of 926 published news items were complied, coded and computed and analysed. The
Telugu dailies were ‘Sakshi’ & ‘Eenadu’ and the two English dailies were ‘The Hindu’ and ‘Deccan
Chronicle’.
3. THE RESEARCH FINDINGS
3.1 Coverage by Major Dailies
The Telugu newspapers were far ahead in covering the convention. 660 (71%) news items were
published by Telugu newspapers i.e. Sakshi - 285 news items and Eenadu - 375 news items.
The two English newspapers published 29% stories over two months. The Hindu (139 news
items) and Deccan Chronicle (170 news items) covered various aspects of the convention.
Figure 1: CoP-11 news coverage in Hyderabad in English & Telugu dailies
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71
Englissh
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Telugu
(in percentage)
Overall ‘Eenadu’ Telugu newspaper had highest 375 news stories on the 11th Conference of
Parties in the study period (refer Table 1). Total 75 stories were published in Sep 2012 and 300
stories found space in the daily in October 2012.
98 news items appeared in ‘The Hindu’ in the month of Oct 2012 and 38 in preparatory phase in
Sep 2012. Deccan Chronicle had 48 and 79 stories in month of Sep and Oct 2012 respectively.
Table 1: Coverage of CoP-11 in Hyderabad newspapers (English and Telugu)
Language
Name of
Newspapers
Total
English
Telugu
No
%
-
127
14
-
-
139
15
257
285
43
285
31
300
375
57
375
40
557
660
100
926
100
Sept
Oct
No
%
Sept
Oct
No
%
Deccan Chronicle
48
79
127
48
-
-
-
The Hindu
38
98
139
52
-
-
Sakshi
-
-
-
-
28
Eenadu
-
-
-
-
75
86
177
266
100
103
Total
3.2 Format of News Coverage
The news items were coded according to formats like news, feature/ articles, column, editorial,
advertisement, letter to editor, interview, photograph or cartoon.
Out of 926 news stories nearly two third (586 – 63%) of the coverage were news. Another 160
items were photographs only and 142 feature/ articles were published across the four newspapers.
Around 29 interviews and 7 columns were written on COP-11 (Table 2).
Table 2: Format of coverage of CoP-11
Total
Format of news coverage
N
%
News
586
63
Features/Articles
142
15
Column
7
1
Advertisement
2
0
Interview
29
3
Photograph
160
17
Total
926
100
Interestingly ‘only’ photographs on COP-11 were printed more in Telugu newspapers (20%) and
the news stories were more noted in English newspapers (78%).
Figure 2: Format of news coverage - English and Telugu news dailies
90
80
(in percentage)
78
70
60
57
50
40
30
20
17
20
11
10
10
0
1
1
0
0
4
0
News
Features/Articcles
Colum
mn
Advertisement
English
In
nterview
Photograph
Telugu
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3.3 Placement of Stories in Newspapers
The COP-11 news was majorly covered in supplements (39%), state (33%) and city (22%)
pages. Very negligible 2% of the news were in national section of these newspapers. 10 news
stories also made to the front pages of English newspapers.
Table 3: Placement of Stories in Newspaper Sections
Total
Name of Newspaper Section
No.
%
Front page
10
1
City page
204
22
State page
303
33
National
23
2
Op-ed page
5
1
Supplement
360
39
Regional
21
2
Total
926
100
Figure 3: Placement of the news stories in different sections
(in percentage)
75
80
70
60
54
46
50
40
30
20
9
10
8
3
2
2
2
0
Front page
City page
State paage
National
Op‐ed page Suppllement
English
Crime
Polities
R
Region
Sundaay soon
n
Telugu
3.4 Spatial Reference of the COP-11 Coverage
Among the 926 news items, more than half of them 52% (484) were city based news and 22%
news had global focus (refer table and fig below).
The majority (55%) of the coverage in Telugu newspapers had city focus. The thrust of 15%
coverage was national and 21% was international.
The coverage trends in English newspapers were 21% global, 22% national and 45% city. The
local focus of the news was 3% respectively in both the language newspapers.
Table 4: Geographic Focus of Coverage of CoP -11
Geographic Focus of News
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Total
No.
%
Global
202
22
National
159
17
State
51
6
City
484
52
Local
30
3
Total
926
100
Figure 4: Spatial reference of the news coverage
(in percentage)
60
0
55
45
5
50
0
40
0
30
0
25
22
21
20
0
15
10
0
6
5
3
3
0
National
Globaal
City
State
English
Local
Telugu
3.5 Coverage with Visuals of CoP-11
Majority of 60-67% COP-11 news items covered in Sakshi and Eenadu newspapers of Telugu
language were combined with photographs. ‘Only’ photograph stories were nearly 20%.
Figure 5: Coverage of News with Visuals in Telugu Newspapers
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
(in percentage)
67
60
24
16
17
15
Sakshi
6
64
To
otal
Enadu
News only
20
16
N
News with pictu
ure
Picturee only
In English daily Deccan Chronicle, 26% news items were visually driven and 13% were visuals
only. The Hindu had 54% news substantiated with photographs and 35% without any visuals
(refer figure 6).
Figure 6: Coverage of News with Visuals of CoP -11 in English Newspapers
70
61
54
60
48
50
4
41
35
40
30
(in percentage)
26
20
13
12
11
10
0
The Hindu
u
DC
News only
N
News with pictu
ure
To
otal
Picturee only
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3.6 Space given to CoP -11 coverage
Overall one-third (33%) news items had word count of 50 to 150 words. A sizable number of
news items (30%) had the word count between 150 and 300. Only 4% stories were above 500
words space in these dailies (refer table 5).
Table 5: Space given to CoP -11 coverage
Total
Number of words count of coverage
No.
%
Under 50
187
20
50-150
302
33
150-300
279
30
300-500
122
13
Above 500
36
4
Total
926
100
In English dailies 45% news items had word count of 150 to 300 words while 24% Telugu
newspapers coverage had similar word count. The Telugu dailies had given nearly 50-150 word
space in 37% coverage followed by 24% stories within 150 to 300 word limit. The coverage with
above 500 words were observed with only 3-4% in both the language newspapers. The under 50
words news items with 23% coverage were viewed in Telugu newspapers (Fig.7).
Figure 7: Space given to CoP -11 coverage
(in percentage)
50
45
45
37
40
35
30
23
3
25
20
15
24
233
15
14
12
10
3
5
4
0
Under 50
0
5
50‐150
150‐300
English
300‐‐500
Above 500
Telu
ugu
3.7 Issues in CoP - 11 coverage
Among the issues covered during the conference one-fourth of the news items were about
city’s preparation for CoP -11. General Biodiversity related news items were 178 (19%) and 124
stories (13%) were around the delegates. On access benefit sharing (ABS), CoP – 11 agenda,
biosafety, blue agenda, side events and other biodiversity issues received less attention from the
media (ranged from 1 - 6 %) in these four dailies. Interestingly security concerns in the COP -11
had 54 news items in the month of Sep and Oct 2012.
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Table 6: Focus of the CoP -11 coverage
Total
Story topics
No.
%
General Biodiversity
178
19
Delegates
124
13
CoP Agenda
51
6
Blue Agenda
28
3
Bio Safety
47
5
Access and Benefit Sharing
20
2
Forest Biodiversity
15
2
Inland Biodiversity
6
1
Side Events
57
6
CEPA
1
0
Exhibition
55
6
City Preparation
232
25
Security
54
6
Other Issues
94
10
Total
926
100
Telugu dailies had more coverage on city preparation, general biodiversity, delegates, security
related news. Whereas English dailies had also focused additionally on CoP agenda, blue
agenda, ABS, Forest, inland biodiversity, side events etc (Fig 8).
Figure 8: Focus of the CoP -11 coverage
(in percentage)
30
25
20
24
21
26
15
15
12
15
8
10
8
5
5
5
8
2
4
4
32
7
76
20
1
00
7
9
3
3
Engllish
Other Issues
Securityy
City Preparation
Exhibition
CEPA
Side Events
Inland Biodiversity
Forest Biodiversity
Access and Benefit Access
and Benefit
Sharing
Bio0Safety
g
Blue Agenda
COP Agenda
General Biodiversity
Delegates
0
Teluggu
Overall the maximum coverage on CoP – 11 was observed in the month of Oct 2012. The stories
in the month of Sep 2012 were on city preparations to organise the international conference in
all the dailies.
Figure 9: Stories focus in Sep and Oct 2012 in English Dailies
44
4
1
11
13
23
3
4
6
24
Security
6
City Preparation
9
Side Events
Delegates
1
Inland Biodiversity
7
Forest Biodiversity
13
1
12
10
1
18
Exhibition
32
General Biodiversity
Bi di
it
50
(in numbers)
9
15
Septemberr
Other Issues
CEPA
Access and Benefit Sharing
Bio Safetyy
Blue Agenda
CoP Agenda
g
0
October
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Figure 10: Stories focus in Sep and Oct 2013 in Telugu Dailies
99
87
75
100
Sep
ptember
Exhibition
Other Issues
23
2
CEPA
2
Side Events
5
Inland Biodiversity
Inland Biodiversity
6
53
46
38
Access and …
Bio Safety
Blue Agenda
CoP Agenda
Delegates
General …
0
22
Forest Biodiversity
29
50
Security
117
7
City Preparation
150
(in numbers)
October
4. CONCLUSION
The eleventh meeting of the Conference of the Parties (CoP -11) to the Convention on Biological
Diversity (CBD) was held from 01-19 October 2012, in Hyderabad, India, following the sixth
Meeting of the Parties to the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety (CoP/ MOP 6). Approximately
8,000 delegates represented parties and other governments, UN agencies, intergovernmental,
non-governmental, indigenous and local community organisations, academia and the private
sector participated in the meeting.
•
•
•
•
CBD CoP -11 adopted 33 decisions on a range of strategic, substantive, administrative,
financial and budgetary issues. Among other issues, the meeting addressed
the status of the Nagoya Protocol on access to genetic resources and benefit-sharing
(ABS)
implementation of the Strategic Plan 2011-2020 and progress towards the Aichi biodiversity
targets
implementation of the Strategy for Resource Mobilisation
Deliberations also focused on
•
issues related to financial resources and the financial mechanism
•
cooperation, outreach and the UN Decade on Biodiversity
•
operations of the Convention
•
administrative and budgetary matters
CoP – 11 also addressed
•
ecosystem restoration
•
Article 8(j) (traditional knowledge)
•
marine and coastal biodiversity
•
biodiversity and climate change
•
biodiversity and development
•
several other ecosystem-related and cross-cutting issues
English and Telugu languages dailies i.e. Deccan Chronicle, The Hindu, Sakshi and Eenadu
were very active in covering the issues of CoP -11 and had major focus on city preparation for the
conference, general biodiversity and delegates. Among these four dailies, overall the ‘Eenadu’
Telugu newspaper emerged on top to cover maximum 375 news stories on the conference.
Total 75 stories were published in September and maximum coverage i.e. 300 stories during the
conference in October 2012 were by the Eenadu newspaper. The English newspaper ‘The Hindu’
had also maximum coverage with 98 stories during the conference period. There were total of
926 news items published on CoP -11 in the four newspapers of Hyderabad. The coverage of
Telugu newspaper was very high (nearly 71%) against the English newspaper of 29%. There
were 160 news published in photographs format only and 142 feature/ articles published on CoP11 across the four newspapers. Around 29 interviews also appeared in these four newspapers on
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CoP-11. In all 7 (1%) columns appeared in Telugu news dailies especially during the conference.
In total 356 news items most of the news appeared in the supplement pages, state pages (303
items) and city pages (199 items) of the newspapers.
The news stories on what is being organised, how local people can participate and engage
themselves in various programmes was some information could have been disseminated through
media. Most of the stories had failed to communicate common people about how they can also
be part of CoP-11. Specialised programmes, exposure trips and orientations for enhancing
Indian media capacities prior to this CBD COP-11 and equipping them well for reporting on such
important convention was need of the hour.
Event of such scale and importance was organised for the first time in India. More efforts towards
engagement and involvement of Hyderabad people especially in the convention should have
been made by the media by educative reporting on the biodiversity and CBD CoP 11 issues.
5. RECOMMENDATIONS
After the thorough analysis of the news media coverage of the CBD CoP -11 conference we
have come to a conclusion that if the coverage of the conference wasn’t impressive and it wasn’t
bad either. At least, in case of the newspapers it was quite exceptional. However, the media’s
reportage could be enhanced by keeping in mind some of the points specified below:
1.
Media centre and official spokesperson: The Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF)
should set up a Media Centre both at the conference venue and in the city one month before
the conference for holding the conference with a spokesperson to brief the media everyday
about the unfolding events taking shape in the conference.
2.
Expert interviews: Moreover, the spokesperson can arrange for interviews of noted
conservationists during the daily briefings as the media organisations not in the position
to send their correspondents to conference venues will also be able to write on the
deliberations.
3.
Official delegation: The MoEF can invite/nominate journalists from newspapers to become
a part of its official delegation so that the scribes get access to the deliberations of the
Conference on a day to day basis.
4.
Pre-CoPs media promotion: The Ministry can also engage the media before the CoP s by
initiating talks, forums and discussions with them. Therefore, a proactive role for the ministry
is recommended.
5.
Post-CoPs media engagement: MoEF can organise debriefing sessions with the media to
talk about their position in the conference. For instances, why India took such a strong stand
on the issue of equity, why were Indian officials so vocal about the entire issue etc. should
be put forth in front of the media. In fact, a post CoP media campaign should be run by the
Ministry, so that the Ministry’s role comes to limelight with active participation of media.
6.
Global media review: The viewpoints of the global media should be assessed, i.e., a
thorough research and analysis of the world media should be done so that we get to know
how India’s stand on climate change was projected in the media of the developed countries
that have opposed India’s stance. The same can be done in connection with the media of
developing countries that have tended to ally with India and in case of the press of the island
and least developed nations who have either remained neutral or anti-India this would help
the Ministry in creating a positive vibrancy in the media as we would have prior information
about ‘what global media thinks about India’s stance?
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CoP 11 Media Coverage in Hyderabad
Major News Dailies (Sep-Oct 2012)
The Hindu, September 2012, Hyderabad
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Sl. No
News Headline
TH1
Sculptures to dot city for COP-11
TH2
Focus more on greenery: Governor
TH3
UNDSS team reviews security arrangements
TH4
Chowahalla palace being spruced up foe COP-11
TH5
CoP-11 SCB kept out of the loop
TH6
Mayors of 250-300 cities for Cop-11
TH7
CoP-11 sheen for city
TH8
Jurassic Park' soon at city zoo
TH9
Is Hyderabad ready to host biodiversity meet?
TH10
CoP-11 mars cleaning of Hussainsagar
TH11
Monumental task indeed
TH12
Medak church set to attract CoP-11 delegates
TH13
Cop-11: Kiran sees impetus to tourism
TH14
Choicest gourmet fare for Cop-11 delegates
TH15
Special package tours for CoP delegates
TH16
Preparing for CoP-11
TH17
Minister says stern action will be taken against contractors for sub-standard works for CoP-11
TH18
Sand shortage delaying beautification works
TH19
Officials oversee work ahead of CoP-11
TH20
Shining outside, rotting inside
TH21
CoP 11: Sept 29 is deadline to finish works
TH22
Beware the loss of biodiversity
TH23
GHMC contractors resume Biodiversity meet work
TH24
11,000 police personnel for CoP-11
TH25
GHMC focus on clean roads during CoP-11
TH26
City unprepared with less than a week for CoP-11
TH27
Alternative roads to prevent traffic congestion during CoP
TH28
Telangana march may impact CoP-11
TH29
Two-day golf tournament for biodiversity summit delegates
TH30
Conservation to be focus area at CoP-11
TH31
Works on at frenetic pace for biodiversity meet
TH32
APTDC packages for delegates
TH33
Green Corp readies 580 young volunteers
TH34
CoP-11 spurs beautification of deer park
TH35
People's biodiversity festival from Oct. 13
TH36
City hotels gear up to receive CoP-11 guests
TH37
A bird made of iron scrap
DETAILS OF NEWS ITEM
English Dailies - The Hindu, Hyderabad, September 2012
TH-1
1
TH-2
TH-3
2
TH-4
TH-5
TH-6
3
TH-7
4
TH-8
5
TH-9
6
TH-10
7
TH-11
8
TH-12
TH-13
9
TH-14
TH-15
10
TH-16
TH-17
TH-18
11
TH-19
TH-20
12
TH-21
TH-22
13
TH-23
TH-24
14
TH-25
TH-26
15
TH-27
16
TH-28
TH-29
17
TH-30
TH-31
18
TH-32
19
TH-33
TH-34
20
TH-36
TH-35
TH-37
21
The Hindu, October 2012, Hyderabad
22
Sl. No
News Headline
TH1
Civic body in cleanup overdrive
TH2
Final touches
TH3
Biodiversity special exhibition train
TH4
Work on the main stretch unfinished
TH5
Even Japan ill-prepared to check crop damage by GMOs
TH6
Rain and roads
TH7
Golden rice has very less Vitamin A: PANAP
TH8
CoP-11:Delegates take pains to prove their point
TH9
We have no license to destroy biodiversity
TH10
Chowmahalla to roll out adab
TH11
GM crops more profitable, says study
TH12
Plea to stop field trials of GM crops
TH13
Croatia gears up to tackle biosafety issues
TH14
City's biodiversity index not too bad
TH15
NGOs disappointed with poor sales of products at 'Biodiversity Haat'
TH16
PM to inaugurate CoP-11 Pylon
TH17
Having fun!
TH18
Biodiversity meet generates 9.2 tonnes trash
TH19
Implement Nagoya promises, nations told
TH20
CoP-11 has its hands full
TH21
CoP-11 calls for funds to achieve targets
TH22
Science Express to be stationed at Secunderabad from October 9 to 19
TH23
Bluefin tuna of Indian Ocean in Red List
TH24
Youth want to be part of CoP-11 decision-making
TH25
Green initiative detrimental to livelihood of tribal people
TH26
Be socio-environmentally responsible
TH27
Improved livelihoods through biodiversity conservation
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Promoting monoculture plantations harmful for biodiversity, says activist
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Students enjoy films on biodiversiy
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India ignored river biodiversity in reports to CBD
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A glimpse of Old City
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Biodiversity train enthrals and educates students
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Biodiversity, poverty alleviation interlinked
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Biodiversity film fest
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Nations differ over resource mobilization
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Efforts to develop alternative foods to bush meat highlighted
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Women fish workers, a marginalized lot
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Drawing attention through plays
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DDS sees deliberate design in allowing FDI in food, agriculture
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Students wield the brush to beautify city
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Clear policy on coastal conservation sought
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Governor for review of PDS
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PDS to include millets to tackle malnutrition
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Mining, development projects affecting indigenous people
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India ready to chip in with biodiversity awareness
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Strike balance between growth and biodiversity conservation: Purandeswari
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Showcasing tradition
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City fully capable of hosting mega events: Danam
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India to seek more funds from GEF, ODA
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Include animal welfare in biodiversity conservation plans
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Kiran Kumar Reddy inspects CoP-11 works
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No takers for 'Peace Park' project in Himalayan ranges
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In hot water- coastal and marine biodiversity
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Honestly, none seems to care
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Why has the countryside fallen silent?
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Pretty pictures, vanishing biodiversity
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Warm waters spell doom
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Countries chase elusive targets
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Sea tigers face climate threat
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Media buses subjected to security check
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Kiran visits Science Express exhibition
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Indigenous people deprived of rights to natural resources, says study
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70% emissions are from cities
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Biodiversity festival from today
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Kangayam cattle numbers dwindle
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Seed cannot be the monopoly of companies
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Salim Ali, RBS Earth Heroes Awards given away
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Manmohan may announce biodiversity conservation package
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Lion-tailed macaque taken off ‘top 25’ endangered list
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City gets respectable score on biodiversity index
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India confident of consensus on resource mobilization
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CBD urged to recognize threats to sea biodiversity hotspots
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Position of Dalits in biodiversity conservation debated
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Showtime
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PM pledges 50 million dollars for biodiversity conservation as funding talks collapse
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Manmohan's speech dubbed double-speak
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Forest finance book released
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State to set up biodiversity complex
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Minor fire in HICC before Singh arrives
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CoP-11 gets unprecedented security
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Message on conservation
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Temperature may rise by 2030 itself
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Biodiversity walk in UoH
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Compensation for people shifting from elephant corridors may go up
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New UNEP Goodwill Ambassador calls for green accounting
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Buffer zones planned in Ranthambhore, Sariska
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A benefit-sharing model that did not yield desired results
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NTCA to create database for tigers
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Biodiversity funding talks in a crucial stage
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First-ever India Biodiversity Awards presented
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Biodiversity boon for Arunachal tribes
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Pack-up time
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City to get Rs 500 crore aquarium
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AP unhappy over lack of action on 4 species
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Task cut out for Ramky engineers
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Biodiversity index in Hyderabad soon
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Crores spent on temporary work
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Hyderabad Biodiversity Capital
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Cop-11 to make city richer by Rs. 2000 crores
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CoP-11: AP wants repeat customers
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Biodiversity successes to be showcased
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No bins on main roads
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Getting decked up
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Entries invited for CoP-11
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Desi delicacies on world's platter at CoP
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Events planned to make CoP-11 people-friendly
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A tad of spirituality too on biodiversity meet
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Traffic block for CoP-11 trial today
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CoP work causes cable tv blackout
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Bio Convention Centre was once a leopard hub
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Contractors on flash strike, CoP work stops
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Biodiversity in city has taken a hit: GHMC study
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Operators to block tv news
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City gets its direction right ahead of CoP-11
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Varsities gloomy over conference
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Rules tightened for CoP-11 cops
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Worm rediscovered after half a century
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T-Leaders: Will block CoP-11 if march is stopped
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Little artists
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Biodiversity all about social growth: IAS official
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Driven by art
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Beautification' scars city
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Bio-pesticide to be shown
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75 villages in Medak get heritage tag
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Debris, a threat during T-Rally
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24x7 power for CoP-11
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City experts feel left out from CoP-11
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WWF India state office director Farida Tampal
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Welcome to Hyderabad. Biodiversity capital.
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Dancing to Biodiversity
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CoP: Call to create a better world
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Food for thought
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Natarajan wearing rose-tinted glasses
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Sea mountains are vulnerable
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Rare native greens thrive on city campuses
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India’s dams cause concern
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GM vaccine now pose big threat
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Experts warn against universal patents
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S. African farmers shun GM crops
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Experts: GM does not increase productivity
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Biosafety talks on in full swing
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Indian cow milk best in the world
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Sand mining, shipwrecks polluting India's
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Pulicat, Chilika to be discussed at lagoon meet
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Citizens to CoP: Eat less meat
Native Indian cattle varieties ignored
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Biodiversity linked to health
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CoP going in right direction: Ministry
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Mop: Involve locals in policy making
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Tea Time
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Religious feelings to save animals
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IAF to conduct air surveillance
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AP claim to bull royalty falls flat
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City teenager collects most signatures for green
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Green kumbha yatra begins
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Islands in focus now
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Festival to showcase individual initiatives
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Shutter bug
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Deccani sheep under threat
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World flora details to be online soon
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Three get Aam Aadmi awards
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Biofuel production must be planned
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City diversity to gain praise from all (Naluguru mechela
nagara vaividhyam)
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Diverse Publicity (Vaividhya pracharam)
42
Pratinidhi devobhava (Delegate is God)
43
Rs.455 crores for COP (Jeeva vaividhya sadassulaku
Rs.455 Crores)
44
Diverse show (Vaividhya shokulu)
45
Diverse show (Vaividhya shokulu)
Diverse routes (Vaividhya margalu)
46
New glow to the art gallery (Art gallery ki sarikotha andalu)
8
COP… Traffic review (Jeeva vaividhya sadassu..Traffic
sameeksha)
47
Insect'Cars' (Keetakaakarulu)
9
No
48
Diverse in taste and awesome hospitality (Ruchullo
vaividhyam Pasandaina atithyam)
49
COP.. Traffic reharsals tomorrow (Vaividhya sadassu..
Traffic reharsals repu)
50
Should protect bio-diversity
parirakshinchukovaali)
51
Beautification' (Sundareekarana)
52
Way' to corruption (Avineetiki 'maargam')
53
Diverse' Security ('Vaividhya' bhadratha)
54
Traffic island at Kaavuri hills (Kaavuri hills vadda traffic
kudali)
55
COP works to be completed by 3oth (30 naatiki jeevysa
panulu purthi)
56
Beautiful demon (Andaala rakshasi)
57
Footpath construction on main road (Pradhaana
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Glorification' (Varnakaantuleelalani..)
2
Unnecessary footpath construction (Avasaramlekunna
footpath nirmaanalu!)
3
Good signs (Shubha suchikalu)
4
Minars are laughing! (Minarlu navvukuntunnayi)
5
No space for Garbage here (Ikkada chettaku chotu
ledu)
6
Diversity of live sculptures (Sajeeva chitra vaividhyam)
7
10
Directions (Marganirdesakaalu)
11
ID cards for workers of COP(Jeeva vaividhya sadassu
kosam kaarmikulaku gurthimpu cardlu)
12
Third eye on quality (Naanyatha pai mudo nethram)
13
Third eye on quality (Naanyatha pai mudo nethram)
14
Shilparamam (Shilparamam)
15
Governor to visit fine arts college to see the sculptures
(Kalakruthulni vikshinchenduku fine arts kalasalaku
nedu governor)
(Jeeva
vaividhyanni
16
No
17
Rs.300 crores for COP (Jeeva vaividhya sadassuku 300
kotlu)
18
Removal of cable wires in main roads (Pradhaana
margallo cabulla tolagimpu)
19
Preview on quality of works (Panula naanyatha pai
sameeksha)
58
Beauty for dividers (Dividerlaku andaalu)
20
Smell.. Thought! (Vaasana.. Alochana!)
59
For beautification (Sundareekarana kosam)
21
Diverse security (Vaividhya bhadratha)
60
Heavy security for COP (jeevysaku bhaari bandobasthu)
22
Let us save the City (Nagaranni kapadukundam)
61
No
23
When are the city roads getting ready for the summit?
(Sadassu roadlaku sobaguleppudu?)
24
Closure to layers (Poralaku ika tera)
25
Closure to layers (Poralaku ika tera)
26
Novel publicity for COP (Jeevavaividhya sadassuku
vinuthna pracharam)
27
New looks for dividers (Dividerlaku kotha sogasulu)
28
Policing started (Policing shuru)
29
Three levels of security for COP (Jeeva vaividhya
sadassuku mudanchela bhadratha)
30
Send doctors for COP (Jeeva vaividhya sadassuku
vaidyulanu pampandi)
31
Diverse co-ordination (Vaividhya samanvayam)
32
Greenery on dividers (Dividerla pai pachadanam)
33
Trees.. Continous plantations (Chetlu.. Varusa naatlu)
34
Gattaiah.. How tall! (Gattaiah.. Enta podugayya!)
35
That’s all for these roads.. Is security a distant dream! (E
roadlaku inthena.. Bhadratha bhranthena!)
36
Guests are foreigners.. Our boats should shine (Ochedi
videseeyulu.. Meravaali mana padavalu)
37
Soul of India.. Picture of 5 elements (Aatma
bhaarateeyam..Rupu panchabhutam!)
38
Additional glow for Ashurkhana (Ashurkhanaku adanapu
hangulu)
39
Traffic problems at Hi-Tech city (Hi-tech city praantamlo
traffic kashtaalu)
62
No
63
Prakruthi mithra Awareness rally (Prakruthi mithra
avagaahana rally)
64
No
65
Diversity
in
vaividhyam)
beautification
(Sundareekaranalo
66
Not a strong security (Blam leni balagam)
67
Greenleaves… Life to the country (Pathraharitham…
Jaathiki praanadeepam)
68
Not a strong security (Blam leni balagam)
69
City's bio-diversity is half of Singapore (Nagara
jeevavaividhyam.. Singaporelo sagam!)
70
Beauty of village (Palle andam)
71
Shilpa park inaugurated at Shilparamam (Shilparamamlo
shilpapark prarambham)
72
Enhusiastic COP-11 Walk (Uthsahanga COP-11 walk)
73
Rs.276 crores released for COP: Minister Shatrucharla
(Jeeva vaividhya sadassula kosam Rs.276 crores
vidudala: Manthri Shatrucharla)
74
Let us live too! (Mammalni bathakanivvandi!)
75
Heavy security in the context of COP (Jeeva vaividhya
sadassu nepadhyamlo bhaari bandobasthu)
76
Arrival of guests started! (Modalaina atithula raaka!)
77
No
78
Pot water fountains at GVK mall (GVK Mall vadda pot
water fountainlu)
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Volunteers ready! (Sevakulu siddham)
E2
Bio-Diversity meet inauguration today (Jeeva vaividhya
sadassu prarambham need)
E3
Bio-Diversity meet inauguration today (Jeeva vaividhya
sadassu prarambham need)
E4
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E5
For diversity to shine.. City should remain in darkness!
(Vaividhyam velagalante.. Nagaraana cheekatlu
musaraali)
E 31
This summit is a help for bio-diversity in our country
(Desam lo jeeva vaividhyaniki ee sadassu ootham)
E 32
All the countries should implement (Anni desalu amalu
cheyali)
E 33
Trapped from all the directions (Ashtadigbandham)
E 34
Genetically 'demodified' (Janyu amaarpidi)
E 35
Translated into 6 languages (Aaru bhashalloki
tarjamaa)
E 36
Go for flour rangolis! (Pindi muggule muddu!)
E 37
Environmental activist (Paryavarana prajaswamikudu)
E 38
First chapter.. Genetic engineering (Toli ankam..
Janyumaarpidi)
E 39
What is this delay? - Unfinished works of COP-11,
will it be finished by 15th? (Idem konasaagimpu?
-Purthikaani jeevavaividhya sadassu panulu, 15
naatikaina siddamayyena)
E 40
Poor pichi (Paapam pichi)
E 41
Everone in a hurry (Avari hadavidii vaaridi)
E 42
No
E 43
There is a lot to learn from nature (Prakruti nunchi
nerchukovalsindi entho undi)
E 44
Decrease in attendance on the second day of COP
(Jeevysa ku rendo roju taggina haazaru)
E 45
Only my birth and death are mine, rest of my life is
yours! (Chaavu, puttukale naavi…bathukantha meede!)
E 46
Making a small talk.. Telling about us! (Maata
kaluputu… Mana gurinchi chebuthu!)
E 47
Ministers in Hi-Tex(Hi-Tex lo manthrulu)
E 48
Wow Charminar.. So beautiful' ('Abba Charminar… So
beautiful)
E 49
Before the feast.. A feast to the eye (Vinduku mundu…
Kalala kanuvindu)
E 50
Have to exhibit! (pra'darsinchalsinde')
E6
Ready for the summit (Sannahaka sadassuku
samaayatham)
E7
No
E8
Not much traffic trouble (Traffic ibbandi koddipaate)
E9
Heavy security in Hi-Tech city (Hi-Tech city lo bhaari
bhadratha)
E 10
With nose on bio-diversity (Jeevavaividhyam pai
'mukku'sootiga..!)
E 11
Golf tournament for COP members, on 13th and 14th
(Cop-11 sabhyulaku golf tournament 13, 14na)
E 12
Bio-diversity mela from today at shilparamam
(Shilparamamlo neti nunchi jeeva vaividhya mela)
E 13
Statistic figures (Sankhya chitram)
E 14
Let us love dust bins (Chettakundini premiddam)
E 15
From I-phone to Eye-ball (I-Phone nunchi eye-ball
daakaa)
E 16
Ours is a poor man’s struggle (Manadi pedala
udyamam)
E 17
Horned-Buffallo (Kommu barre)
E 18
No
E 19
Modernization is the biggest threat (Aadhuneekarane
atipedda muppu)
E 20
Diverse guests (Vaividhya athithulu)
E 21
Diverse guests (Vaividhya athithulu)
E 51
E 22
Lizard help for Astronauts (Vyomagamulaku balli
saayam)
Glitters of foreign delegates (Videsi pratinidhula
kalakala)
E 52
Statistic figures (Sankhya chitram)
E 23
Place for an exclusive exhibition (Arudaina
pradarsanalaku vedika)
E 53
GM Crops are poisonous (Janyumaarpidi pantalu
vishatulyalu)
E 24
No
E 54
Started with a war (Yudham tho modalu)
E 25
No
E 55
Trick of the spider (Saaleedu kituku)
E 26
No
E 56
E 27
Should protect ongole breed animals’ ; Media should
not come close to dias(‘Ongole jaati pasuvulanu
samrakshinchukovaali’; Vedika sameepamloki media
raavaddu)
Address for diverse seeds (Vangada vaividhyaniki
chirunama)
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Do not throw away medicines please! (Mandulu
padeyoddu please!)
E 58
Bravo.. Seashells (Shabhash.. Seashells)
E 28
Bird park in the zoo (Zoo lo pakshula park)
E 59
Statues unmoved (Taralani shilpalu)
Threat to rivers in the North-east due to heavy hydroelectric projects (Bhaari jalavidyuth projectlatho
eesanyamlo nadulaku muppu)
E 60
No
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This.. That.. Everything (Adi..idi..anni)
E 30
Forest ministry not bothered about 'bio-diversity'
(Udyanasakhaku pattani 'jeeva vaividhyam)
E 62
DGP oversees the security at COP (Jeevysa
bandobasthu pai DGP pariseelana)
E 63
Sherwani on surface.. Troubles inside (Upar sherwani..
Andar pareshaani)
E 64
Heated discussions (Heated discussions)
E 65
Glitters to the conference.. Troubles for us..!
(Sadassuku hangulu.. Maaku ibbandulaa!
E 66
Making the guests spellbound! (Athithulni
kattipadestunnaru)
E 67
Cannot eat without lizard! (Balli lende mudda digadu)
E 68
kerala’s coconut art! (Kerala naarikela ravali!)
E 69
Golden glitters (Swarnakaantula varna shobha)
E 70
Thousand eyes are still not enough! (vela kallu
chaladam ledu)
E 71
No
E 72
With bio-diversity… at national level! (Jeevavaividhyam
tho… Jaatiya sthaayiki!)
E 73
Kevvu keka (Kevvu keka)
E 74
Shark suit (Sora chepa)
E 75
City’s bio-diversity index ready; Life to cities too
(Nagara jeeva vaividhya suchi ready!; Nagaraalaku ika
javajeevaalu)
E 76
A picture of destruction (Vidhvamsa chithram)
E 77
Mayor dissatisfied with the maintainence of
bus-shelters (Bus shelterla nirvahana pai mayor
asanthrupti)
E 78
No
E 79
Traffic signals in Tolichowki (Tolichowki lo traffic
signals)
E 80
The roads to historical places are troubled with potholes (Charithraka pradesalaku velle daari gunthalatho
samasyathmakam)
E 81
Let us remain as great ancestors(Goppa poorvikuluga
miguludam)
E 82
We are protecting fishes (Jalapushpalni
parirakshistunnam)
E 83
Now its diverse tourism (Ika yathra vaividhyam)
E 84
Listeners are less..! Insights from observers (Venevallu
takkuve..! Pariseelakula manogatham)
E 85
Lively details (Sachitra sangatulu)
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Sweet memory.. Camera signature (Madhura
gnyapakam.. Camera santhakam)
98
This sparrow is golden! (ee pichuka bangaaram)
99
Should create an awareness among the people on
bio-diversity (jeevavaividhyam pai prajallo avagaahana
kalpinchali)
100
A fish that touched 34 oceans (34 samudralanu taakina
chepa)
101
Protecting the wild buffalo using laws (Chattala saayam
tho adavi dunnala samrakshana)
102
Mini India.. Kenya (Mini Bharat.. Kenya)
103
No
104
Let us go shopping.. (Shopping cheddam.. Chalo
chalo)
105
Costume diversity (Vastra vaividhyam)
106
COP works have not met the targets yet (Lakshyam
cherani jeevysa panulu)
107
Let us protect bio-diversity and there by protect
ourselves (Jeevo rakshati rakshitaha)
108
Skill of a lotus leaf (Taamaraaku pragnya)
109
Statistic figures (Sankhya chitram)
110
Bio-glow in Kalahari (Kalahari lo bio-ushassu)
111
Do not throw away old clothes! (Paata battalu
pareyoddu)
112
Imporance to bio-safety (jeeva bhadratha ku
peddapeeta)
113
Now a capital for diversity (Ika vaividhyaniki
rajaadhaani)
114
Chief Minister oversees the Pailawn works (Pailawn
panulu pariseelinchina mukhyamanthri)
115
No
116
No
117
Among the guests… very few are tourists! (Atithullo…
sandarsakulu kondare!)
118
Seeds vanished due to monopoly (Guttadhipatyam tho
vittanam hari)
Our song.. Their dance! (Mana paata… Valla aata!)
119
Decreasing monkeys (Koti kota)
Hundreds of paddy varieties (Vandala vari vangadalu)
120
Honey comb- Google (Tenapattu-Google)
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Tourist stall (Paryataka stall kalakala)
121
Don't buy those (Avi konaddu)
E 89
PM office oversees the security at COP (Jeevysa
bhadratha pai pradhaani karyalayam sameeksha)
122
Improving bio-diversity is a task (Jeevavaividhyam
pempondinchadam oks savalu)
E 90
Dominating COP (Guttedaaru vaividhya pettanam)
123
No
E 91
Poor.. State bio-diversity board (Ayyo..Jeeva vaividhya
mandali)
124
Should create awareness among people on biodiversity summit
125
Life is the indicator of Earth's health (Bhumi
jvaramanini jeevam!)
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We will bind to Nagoya (Nagoya ku kattubadatam)
93
Many countries say an absolute no to LMOs! (LMO
laku desadesalu sasemeera!)
94
Diversity with stamps (Billa billa lo boledu vaividhyam)
95
96
126
Coastal-line in danger (Pramaadamlo teeraprantam)
UN Police officials.. Don't trust anybody!
127
Started with differed opinions.. (vibhedalatho
modalayyi)
Tell the world about our 'diverse' hospitality:Ponnala
(Maa vaividhya atithyanni prapanchaniki
chaatandi:Ponnala)
128
Come let us watch Bio-diversity (Jeevavaividhyam
chuddam randi)
141
129
COP from today (Neti nunchi COP sadassu)
130
Lively details (Sachitra sangatulu)
131
164
Importance for the protection of aquatic animals
(Jalacharala parirakshanaku peddapeeta)
Artistic feast to the eye (Kalarupala kanduvindu)
165
132
Is this development or destruction? (Idi abhivrudhaa?
Vidhvamsama?
Sculptures being wasted at JVR park (JVR Park lo
vrudhaga kalakhandalu)
166
133
The power of green leaf (Pachanaku shakti)
Children.. Bridges of environment (Balalu…
paryavarana varadhulu)
134
Golconda shines (Golconda murisen)
167
Non-bailable offence, if you hunt (vetadite bailku
veeluleni siksha)
135
This game will not extinct (Antharinchiponi aata idi)
136
No
168
4 get Aam aadmi awards at Bio-diversity summit
(Jeevysa lo naluguriki aam aadmi awards)
137
Hazy lives, sand levels go down (Manajeevitalaku
masaka paataalamlo isaka)
169
Give more funds (Marinni nidhulu ivvandi)
170
Our voices (Managontukalu)
138
Do not look down upon bats (Gabbilamante
chulakanoddu)
171
Snail glue (Natta jiguru)
Environment lessons mandatory (Paryavarana paatam
tappanisari)
172
Green cyclone (Pachati tuphaanu)
139
173
Rs. 228 seeds sold at Rs.750 (Rs.228 vittanalu Rs.750
ki ammakam)
140
100 years of development (Vandella pragathi)
141
That memory.. Is a warning (Aa gnapakam.. O
hecharika)
174
Gifts are fine.. But do not use wrappers! (Bahumati
sare.. Wrapperlu oddu)
142
Tight security for PM visit: Anurag Sharma (Pradhini
paryatanaku patishta bhadratha: Anurag Sharma)
175
Kiran oversees the works of Pylon (Jeevysa panulu
pariseelinchina Kiran)
143
Action plan with everybody’s help (Andari sahakaram
tho karyacharana pranalika)
176
All the organisms should live… People should become
prosperous (Jeevajathulanni batakali… prajalu
bhagyavantulu kavaali)
144
Create trust among people on Bio-diversity
(Jeevavaividhyam pai prajallo visvasam nimpandi)
177
No
145
First the summit and then inauguration of pylon
(Mundu sadassu.. Tarvta pylon prarambham)
178
Should distribute the profits to people:Purandeswari
(Labhalanu prajalaku panchali:Purandeswari)
146
Sir will come (sirostarostaru..)
179
Mines are a big threat to bio-diversity
(Jeevavaividhyaniki ganule pedda muppu)
147
Home for a diverse world (Vinta prapancham vididi)
180
Even us (Manam saitam)
148
No
149
Don’t just watch (Chustu undaddu)
181
Should permit only after verification (Niggu techake
anumativvali)
150
They created a forest (Vaaru adavini srushtincharu)
151
First voice to the environment(Harita ghoshaku toli
gonthuka)
182
Do not forget traditional knowledge (Sampradaaya
vignyanaanni vismarinchoddu)
183
Waves of fear, if the truth is told (Asalu sangati chebite
bhayotpatame)
184
How can you say that we cannot enter forests?
(Adavulloki vellodante ela?)
152
Diverse fun (Vaividhya sandadi)
153
Handloom rays.. To the island (Dweepaniki.. Hastakala
velugulu)
154
Do not use it gardens too! (Inti totallonu oddu!)
155
Brahmi' for better memory power (Gnyapaka shakti
perugudalaku 'brahmi'
156
Should save the 'protected areas' (Rakshita prantalanu
kaapadukovali)
185
Coral cement (Pagadapu cement)
186
Bravo.. Kerala (Sebhash Kerala)
187
Saree style…Impressing the foreigners!
(Cheerakattu… Videsiyata murisettu!)
188
I will capture.. Your beauty.. (Bandhista.. Nee andam)
157
Small water resources are a big protection (Chinna
neeti vanarule pedda dikku)
189
Let us save bio-diversity.. Let us live (Vaividhyani
adariddam.. Manugada saagiddam)
158
Drowning ship (Munugutunna oda)
159
Wasp drilling (Kandireega drilling)
190
Putting smoke.. Sending away (Poga pedutunnaru…
Pogodutunnaru)
160
JiyoJiyo..Jeeva’ (JiyoJiyo..Jeeva)
191
Problems due to reharsals (Reharsals tho ikkatlu)
161
Foreign dance (Videsi nruthyam)
192
No
162
Fighting for environment.. Web as a platform (Web
vedikaga.. Paryava'ranam')
193
No
194
3 happy colonies (muripinchina mudu colonylu)
163
Science express platform changed (Maarina science
express vididi veduka)
195
Icefruit mango (Ice fruit maamidi)
142
196
Empty hands for Ongole ox (Ongole gittaku rikta
hastam)
232
Rs.11 thousand crores for bio-diversity
(Jeevavaividhyaniki 11 vela kotlu)
197
Roots.. Diversity! ('Dumpa' tega.. Em vaividhyam)
233
Earth is loosing its fertility (Bhoosaaram taggutondi)
198
Insect light (keetakapu velugu)
234
Statistic figures (Sankhya chitram)
199
No steps for protecting tribals : Ashis
kothari(Aadivaasila rakshita charyalu sunyam: Ashish
Kothari)
235
Bad effects with decoration (Singaram tho chetu)
236
Wild-fire on bio-fuels (Jeeva indhanam pai dumaaram)
200
Even us (Manam saitam)
201
202
203
Their hearts are full of us (Manasantha maname!)
204
CM visits science express (Science expressnu
sandarsinchina CM)
205
Voluntary service (Svachanda seva)
237
Greenery' traces (Pachadanam anupanulu!)
No
238
No
Increase in budget for bio-diversity (Jeeva
vaividhyaniki.. Budget pempu)
239
No
240
265 crores for for diversity (Vaividhyaniki 265 crores)
241
Curfew (Curfew)
242
No
206
Tribal dance (Girijana nruthya saurabham)
243
207
Bio-diversity is going to be an important issue (Jeeva
vaividhyam ika pradhana amsam)
Diverse taste of organic foods (Sendriya ruchula
vaividhyam!)
244
208
traffic rules on the occasion of PM visit (Pradhani raaka
sandarbhanga traffic ankshalu nedu)
A market of butterflies near sagar (Saagarm chenta..
Seetakokachilaka santha)
245
No
209
Good vehicle for security (Bhadrataku bhale bandi)
210
246
No
Protecting diversity is everybody's responsibility
(Vaividhya rakshana andari bhadyatha)
247
What is the purpose of useless summits (Panikiraani
sadassulatho phalitamemiti
211
No
248
212
Red paddy… organic glow (Erupu vari… sendriya siri)
Now protection for vultures too (Ika raabandulaku
abhayahastam)
213
Livelihood with medicinal plants (Aushadha mokkalatho
jeevanopadhi)
249
Let us clean our surroundings (Parisaralanu
shubhraparuddam)
250
Diversity in our lives (Mana jeevanam lone vaividhyam)
214
It is for the benefit of the companies (Companyla
labham kosame)
215
Roof garden (Midde midi thota)
251
Not development.. Destruction of nature : NGOs
(Pragati kaadu..Prakruti vidhwamsam:Swachanda
samsthalu)
216
Tough shell (Gavva gattidi)
252
Ant-crisis management (Cheema-Vipattu nirvahana)
217
Statistic figures (Sankhya chitram)
218
Rush at science express (Vignana railu vadda sandadi)
253
The role of the states is important in the
implementation of national policies (Jaatiya vidhanala
amallo rashtrala pathra keelakam)
254
COP-11 click (COP-11 Click)
255
Foreign guests happy crowd (Videsi atithula sandadi)
256
Tell..write..receive prizes (Cheppandi..raayandi..
bahumatulu geluchukondi)
257
Youth galore.. (Yuva hava..)
258
Skill of a duck (Baatu naipunyam)
259
Bhagyanagarame! (Bhagyanagar!)
219
No
220
Profits for the villages with the agreement (Oppandam
tho gramalaku sirulu)
221
Kangeyam' oxen (Kangeyam eddulu)
222
PM Convoy reharsals (Pradhani convoy reharsals)
223
Healthy medicines (Aarogya moolikalu)
224
PM to visit the State today (Nedu rashtraniki pradhaani)
225
An awesome feast (Pasandaina vindu)
226
Child 'click' (Chinnari 'click')
227
260
No to traces of bottles (Seesala avasesham oddu)
Bio-diversity complex inauguration today (Bio-diversity
complex prarambham nedu)
261
Oceans are rising due to climate change; Canada gets
'worst' award(Vatavarana marpulatho samudram
munchettutondi; Canadaku ati chetta award)
228
Pass for CM vehicle too (CM vahananiki pass
undalsinde)
262
Tough times for silk worm (Pattu puruguku gaddu
kaalam)
229
Let the other organisms live too (Migita jeevulanu
bathakaniddam)
263
No
230
Urbanisation is a big threat (Nagareekarana maha
muppu)
264
Advanced weapons for the unknown threat (Adrusya
buchi pai aadhunika asthralu)
231
White insect (Tella tellani purugu)
265
Deserts are our inspiration (Yedare manaku spurthi)
266
No
143
283
Inspiration of Devdar (Devdar spurthi)
284
Centipede-scopy (Jerriscopy)
285
If you pull-out thinking its just a plant (Mokke kada ani
peekeste)
Nagoya.. Is towards market forces (Nagoya.. Market
shaktulake anukulam)
286
Harvested crops for plants..!(Chetikochina panta
pakshulake..!)
271
Statistic figures (Sankhya chitram)
272
Tit gets a shell wound (Tit ku shell debba)
287
Betterment in lives of monkeys (Vaanara jaati bathuku
merugu)
273
Summit ended.. Now let us start implementation
(Sadassu mugisindi.. Ika acharana prarambidhama?)
288
Knowledge giver (Vignyana pradaayini)
274
Differential unified opinion (Vairudhyamlo
akabhiprayam)
289
Zero chemicals.. Ambrosia! (Rasaayanam shunyam..
Amrutham!)
275
This enthusiasm till Korea (Ide upu korea varaku)
290
Structures that are good for nature (Prakruthi hitha
aakruthulu)
276
Cactus building (Jemudu bhavanthi)
291
It is not 'teak' it easy (Teak it easy kaadu)
277
CDs (C’Dhee’ lu)
278
267
It is not usual.. It is a miracle (Ashamashi kaadu..
Tamasha)
268
Secret of Hippo’s sweat (Hippo chemata rahasyam)
269
Vehicle drivers.. (Vahana chodakulu..)
270
292
No
Successful, accepts the world (Jayapradam
jagadviditam)
293
Rs.10 lakhs for the creator of new seeds (Kotha
vangadala srushtikarthaku 10 lakshalu)
279
Traffic jams.. Congested roads.. This is an experience
(Traffic raddi..iruku roadlu.. Idoka anubhuti)
294
Real diversty in tribal areas (Girijana prantallone
asalyna jeeva vaividhyam)
280
Mock conference for systemic changes (Samula
marpula kosam.. Namuna samavesam)
295
India's concentration on three issues (Mudinti pai
bharat drushti)
281
No
296
800 kilos of fish per acre (Akaraku 800 kilola chepalu)
282
Namibia.. Madhuri Dixit (Namibia.. Madhuri Dixit)
297
We will loose our freedom of food with BT (BT tho
ahaara swathanthryam kolpotham)
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C V Anand's special interest in traffic control (Traffic niyantrana pai C V Anand pratyeka drushti)
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Rs.300 crores for bio-diversity summit (Jeeva vaividhya sadassuku Rs.300 kotlu)
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We will do the possible works (Cheyyagaligina panule chestam)
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Resrtictions on HICC-NAC road (HICC-NAC madhya rahadaari pai ankshalu)
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On the occasion of bio-diversity… (Jeeva vaividhyam sandharbhanga)
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Statue feat (Shilpa vinyasam)
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wow.. Feeling.. (wow.. Anipinchela)
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Diverse' rally (Vaividhya rally)
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Statue message (Shilpa sandesam)
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COP'.. Security top ('COP'.. Security top)
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Gandhi medical staff for bio-diversity summit (Jeeva vaividhya sadassuku Gandhi vaidya brundam)
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Core committee for bio-diversity meet (Jeeva vaividhya sadassuku unnatasthayi committee)
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X-ray attention (x-ray nigha)
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Diverse lives (Vaividhyame javam jeevam)
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IT hub halted (Stambhinchina IT hub)
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Life only with 'diversity' (Vaividhyamthone manugada)
17
Provide publicity for bio-diversity summit (Jeeva vaividhya sadassuku pracharam kalpinchandi)
18
Traces of Grass Deers in Seshachalam forest(Seshachalamlo gaddi jinkala jaada)
19
Bio-diversity (Jeeva vaividhyam)
20
City and out-skirts in the hands of Police (Police guppitlo city, sivaru…)
21
COP picture (COP sithram)
22
Peacock… beauty (Mayurama… Vayyarama)
23
Shining stage.. Sad stage (Milamila.. Velavela)
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Fullstop for COP works (COP panulakika full stop!)
25
Diverse' hit ('vaividhyam' motha)
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COP Traffic reharsals today (Nedu COP Traffic reharsals)
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Micro organisms are better for farming (Saaguku sukshma jeevule baagu)
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Deadly gravel (Yama 'kankara)
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Bio-diversity'- Destruction of nature (Jeeva vaividhyam- Jeeva vidhvamsam)
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Ready for COP (COP ku siddham)
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If there is no bio-diversity there is no life (Jeeva vaividhyam lekapote… Jeevaraasiki manugade
ledu)
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HICC in the hands of UN Police officials (UN Police la adhinamlo HICC)
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Trapped from all directions (Asthadigbhandam)
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What is this life? Why this security? (Emitee Jeevam.. Endukee Bhadrata?)
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Troubles on day 1 itself (Toliroje Tantaalu)
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Ill-effects of gene modification ('Janyu marpidi' to Dushprabhaavaalu)
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Balancing is the real trouble (Samatukame Savaal)
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Foreign glow to the city (City ki 'Videsi' kala)
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What diversity! (Emi vaividhyamo)
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Sustainable farming only with gene modification (Janyu Maarpiditone susthira
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COP uproar (COP Sandadi)
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Rat friend Avatar (Mushika nestham Avatar)
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HICC glows (HICC kalakala)
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Live art (Sa'Jeeva'Chitralu)
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Mela begins (Mela Prarambham)
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Minister Ram Reddy visited the stalls(Stallanu sandharsinchina Mantri Ram Reddy)
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Tight security for COP-11(COP-11 Sadassuku pakka bandobastu)
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COP.. Works flop ((COP ..Panulu flap)
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Kabutar Khana(Kabutar Khana..)
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Tree crashed.. Accident missed(Kulina Chettu..Trutilo tappina muppu)
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O Mahatma.. O saint (O Mahaatma..O Maharshi)
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Agreement in Washington on investments (Pettubadulapai Washington to Oppandam)
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Sustainable farming only with gene modification (Janyu Maarpiditone susthira
Sedyam)
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A place for diversity(Vaividya Koluvu 2)
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Hospitality for name sake.. Diversity in bruises(Peru Aathityam..Vaata 'Vaividyam')
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Liked the culture of Hyderabad city(Hyderabad nagara samskruti nachindi)
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Companies should hold responsibility(Companyle bhadyata vahinchali)
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Satisfied discussions on the first day (Samtruptikaranga toliroju charchalu)
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Danger if systems are not changed (Vidhanaalu Marakunte Muppe)
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Summit glow(Sadassu Shobha)
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Traditional welcome for the guests (Athithulaku Sampradaaya swagatam..)
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Diversity in crops in gone(Pantallo Vaividyam 'Haree'!)
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Traffic problems(Traffic kastalu)
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Hyderabad is calling like this(Hyderabad pilustondi..ila!)
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Our respect is being washed away(Kottukupotondi mana paruve!)
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Our respect is being washed away(Kottukupotondi mana paruve!)
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Dance..Song..Hospitality(Ata..Paata..Athityam)
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Dance.. Feast to the eye (Chindu..Kanuvindu…)
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Only surface glow (Pai Pai merugule..)
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Bravo COP paintings!(COP chtralu bhesh)
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Guests at Konaseems (Konaseemalo athithilu)
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Korangi is ocean bio-diversity ('Korangi' samudra vaividyamide)
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Excellent security arrangements (Bhadrata erpatlu bhesh: DGP)
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Adding shimmer to Charminar('Charminaruku' Merugulu)
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We do not BT Crops in our country (Maa desamlo BT pantalu levu)
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Bio-safety discussions to come to an end(Mugimpu dasaku jeeva bhadratha
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Natural history museums shoyuld come (Natural History Museums Raavali)
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Should create awareness on bio-diversity:CM (Jeeva vaividyam pai avagahana
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We do not want Nagoya! (Nagoya Maku Vaddaya!)
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Cabinet approves Nagoya Protocol(Nagoya protocal ku cabinet aamodam)
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Biodiver'city'(Biodivercity)
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Biodiver’city’(Biodivercity)
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Rain hits Pylon works (Pilon panulaku varsham debba)
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Delay due to rains (Varshala valle alasyam)
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Amused with nature (Prakruti pai 'chittaruvu')
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ICAR Stall, a special attraction (Pratyeka akarshana ICAR stall)
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Cop -11 click (Cop -11 click)
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Nature arts (Prakruti Chitralu)
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Huge tree (Maha vruksham)
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Protectors of diversity ('Vaividya'parirakshakulam)
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Barkaas residents..Friends of animals(Barkas vasulu..muga jeevala nestalu)
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Tree is God..Animals are friends (Chette Daivam..Jeevaale nestalu)
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Rice is super (Vari annam super)
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Bhangra Bhalle..Bhalle(Bhangra Bhalle..Bhalle)
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Plastic harmful to nature (Pachadanaaniki plastic to chetu)
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Diversity is the aim ('Vaividyame' Dhyeyam)
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MOP-6 comes to an end (MOP-6 samaavesaalu samaaptham)
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Crores of salutues to the Cow(Govu Maa Lakshmiki Koti dandaalu)
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Bragging is not enough.. Give us funds (Goppalu Cheppadam Kaadu..Nidhulivvandi)
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Man is first in grabbing (Aakramanallo Manishe first)
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PM's visit is limited to summit (Pradhani paryatana sadassuke parimitam)
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Donate liberally (Vudaaranga viraalaalivvandi)
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Kubera of the birds (Kuvakuvala Kubherudu)
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Hai..Hyderabad! (Hai..Hyderabad!)
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Cultural glow (Samskrutika sobha)
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Fun at rest (Vi'raamamlo' vinodam)
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What is this diversity? (Idem Vaividyam)
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Prize for the talent ('Pratibha'ku bahumati)
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Diver'city'(Vaividya nagari)
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Check to wastage of electricity (Vidyuth Dubaaraaku check)
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Look at the road (Road..Teeru chudu!)
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DDS excellent at bio-diversity (Jeeva vaividyamlo DDS bhesh)
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Andhra is the name for hospitality (Atmeeyataku maruperu andhra)
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Birds are life (Pakshule..Pancha pranaalu)
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Hyderabad is good! (Hyderabad baagundi!)
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Silent love (Muga prema)
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Fishes through oceans (Abhaya saagaraaalato chepala panta)
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Grand Culture (Samskrutika vaibhavam)
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Removal of garbage from Hitex (Hitex lo perukupoyina chetta tolagimpu)
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COP Traffic plan (CoP Traffic Pranaalika)
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City COP Ready (City CoP Siddam)
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Bio-diversity train to come to city today (Nedu Nagaraaniki Jeeva vaividya railu)
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There are no better protectors of nature than tribes (Aadivaaseelanu minchina jeeva
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Being just green is not nature (Pachaga vundatame prakruti kaadu)
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COP-11 Click (CoP 11 click)
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BT is a threat to environment (BT to paryavaranaaniki penumuppu)
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Fisher women lives are pathetic (Mahila matsya kaarmikula batuku durbharam)
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Where is the protection for primitive tribes? (Aadivaaseela jeevananiki bhadratedi)
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No use of Geo-engineering (Geo engineering to phalitam ledu)
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Many many diversities ('Vaividhyalu' Ennenno)
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UN additional security force reached COP-11 (CoP 11ku cherukunna UN adanapu
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Home for diversity-6(Vaividhya Koluvu -6)
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Grabbing everything is'bio-diversity (Sarva bhakshane 'Jeeva' samrakshana)
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Mistakes are America's (Tappantaa America de!)
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Protecting health with medicinal plants (Awsadha mokkalto aarogya bhadrata)
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It is burning hot (Enda Mandutondi)
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Student world arrived (Tarali vacchina vidyardhi lokam)
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Youth in protecting bio-diversity (Vaividhya rakshanalo 'yuva' tarangam)
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Home for bio-diversity-7 (Vaividhya koluvu -7)
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Prayers to nature would protect bio-diversity (Prakruti aaradhanato vaividhya
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Police permission to visit exhibition (Exhibition sandarshanaku police la anumati)
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City.. Butterfly park (City.. Sitaakoka vanam)
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Then Nagoya.. Now Bhagyanagar (Naadu Nagoya..Nedu Bhagyanagaram..idee
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Barren life (Moduvaarina jevam)
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Rs.11,000 crores for protecting bio-diversity(Jeeva vaividhya Parirakshanku Rs. 11
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Pressure on coast-line bio-diversity(Teera pranta paryavaranam pai ottidi)
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Goddess of life (Batukamma batukamma vuyyalo..)
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COP Traffic reharsals today (Nedu CoP Traffioc rehearsals)
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Developed countries should not act stubborn (Agrarajyalu mondipattu veedaali)
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Cup cofee.. Few words (Cup coffee..Nalugu Maatalu)
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Give additional feed to vultures (Raabandhulaku adanapu ahaaram andinchandi)
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Tutors of diversity (Vaividhya bodhakulu)
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Lakes disappeared (Cheruvulu Gayab)
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Concentration on Tigers and not on ancient tribes (Pulula pai vunna sraddha
aadivaaseela pai ledu)
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Diversity at stake with government's nature (Prabhutva vaikarito vaividhyaniki
vighatam)
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Zoopark super..(Zoopark super..)
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Treasure of diversity (Vaividhya Pennidi)
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Why look down upon grasslands? (Gaddi bhumula pai chinna chupeela?)
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Diversity..Havoc(Vaividhyam..Asthavyastam)
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Still continuing (Inkaa konasaagutunnay)
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PM's route map changed (Maarina Pradhani Route Map)
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CM previewd Pylon (Pylon nu pariseelinchina CM)
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Colorful vegetables are good (Rangu rangula kuragaayalu bagunnay)
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War helicopters round (Sainika Helicopterla Chakkrlu)
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Home for bio-diversity-8(Vaividya Koluvu 8)
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Have a good health (Aarogya 'mastu')
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COP-11 Click (CoP-11 click)
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Business with wild animals? (Vanya praanulato vyapaarama?)
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COP representatives at Mrugavani ('Mrugavani' lo CoP prathinidhulu
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Thermal plants are harmful to environment (Thermal kendralato paryavaranaaniki
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Bio-life is not attractive (Jeeva kala vela vela..)
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Real diversity only through rights to seeds (Vittana hakkutone asalaina vaividhyam)
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Medak CSI Church (Medak CSI Church)
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Cities for Life meet on 15th and 16th(15,16 tedeello ' cities for life' sadassu)
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CM visits science express(Vaividhya railu nu sandarshinchina CM)
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Another weapon for COP security(CoP-11 bhadrataku maro asthram)
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Each one plant one plant every year(Prati okkaru eta oka mokka naatandi)
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Such change in such short while(Antalone enta maarpu)
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Surveillance on every step(Anuvanuvunaa Nigha)
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Wonders with organic power(Sendreeya sattuvato adbhutaalu)
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Good results with COP-11(CoP 11 tho manchi phalitaalu)
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Community involvement is important(Prajala Bhagaswamyame Pradhanam)
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Bio-diversity with millets(Chirudhanyalatone Jeeva vaividhyam)
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Farmer should have all the rights over seeds(Vittanam pai sarvaadhikaaraalu
rythuke dakkali)
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National Bio-diversity Index released(Jaateeya jeeva vaividhya nivedika vidudhala)
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It is a task to protect bio-diversity in cities(Nagaraallo Jeeva vaividhya Parirakshana
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Greater' in diversity(Vaividhyam lo Greatere)
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This is the way (Idi teeru)
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Government’s double standards on bio-diversity(Jeeva vaividhyam pai sarkar
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Tight security on PM visit(Pradhani raaka Patishta bandobastu)
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CoP 11 click (CoP 11 click)
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Liked the culture (Samskruthi Nachindi)
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Marvellous diversity picture (Adbhutam vaividya chitram!)
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Festival, enthusiasm(Utsavam, Utsaaham)
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Will turn Hyderabad into Green city(Hyderabad nu green city ga maarustam)
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This is the pathetic state of our roads (Idee mana roadla dustithi)
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PM's help was unforgettable(Pradhani Sahakaaram Maruvalenidi)
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This is the speciality of Pylon(Pylon visisthata idee...)
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Come together (Kalasirandi!)
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He is not a silent saint, he talks too(Mounamuni kaadu, Matlaadutaaru!)
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Come together (Kalasirandi!)
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IT hub halted(IT hub agipoyindi)
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Permissions declined for certain media houses (Konni Media samsthalaku Anumati
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Role of local bodies is very important in protecting bio-diversity(Jeeva vaividhya
parirakshanalo sthanika samsthala paatra keelakam)
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Bio-diversity Pylon inauguration(Jeeva vaividhya Pylon avishkarana)
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3 hours drenched in sweat (3 gantalu Mucchematalu)
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Enthusiasm only in the beginning..!(Aarambha suratvame..!)
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Ley us stand as examples in the implementation of bio-diversity (Jeeva vaividhya
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Encourage millets too..! (Chiru dhaanyalaku cheyuthanivvandi..!)
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There is a need for Special budget (Pratyeka budget kaavaali)
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Green millionaire' (Haritha kotiswarudu)
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Discussions on funds (Nidhula pai charchalu)
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COP-11 organisation was great! : South Korea (COP-11 nirvahana bhesh!: South
Korea)
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Climate change is threatening (Debbateestunna vaatavarana maarpu)
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COP-11 Click (COP-11 Click )
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Propogating the values of bio-diversity as a mission (Mahodyamamga vaividhya
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Hats off to the great heritage (Ghanamaina vaarasatvaniki hats off)
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On protection of systems covering oceans (Samudra aavarana parirakshanalo..)
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Youth at COP-11 (COP-11 lo yuvatha sandadi)
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Students in q for knowledge (Vignyanam kosam q kattina vidyarthi lokam)
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Threat for palm trees in Madagscar (Madagascarlo taadi chetlaku muppu)
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Hunt for profits.. Stabbing diversity (Laabhala veta.. Vaividhyam pai vetu)
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COP-11 to end today (Neti tho mugiyanunna COP-11)
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Last day for visiting (Sandarsanaku chivari roju nede)
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COP Click (COP click)
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Learnt art through hunger (Aakali tho kala abbindi)
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Funds are still distant? (Nidhula hulakkena?)
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COP-11 Click (COP-11 Click )
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Flowering consciousness (Vikasinchina chaitanyam)
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Twists in funds (Nidhula pai madatha pechi)
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No
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I am leaving my memories here! (Naa gnyapaakalni vadili veltunna)
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Last minute.. Approval (Aakhari kshanamlo.. Aamodam)
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COP-11 Success (COP-11 Success)
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Surveillance eye (Nigha nethram)
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Dances bhalle bhalle.. (Nruthyalu bhalle bhalle)
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COP-11 Click (COP-11 Click )
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How can we eat this food? (E bhojanam tinedela?)
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Temple of diversity (Vaividhya koluvu)
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CM at Shilparamam (Shilparamamlo CM)
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Liked chicken curry and Dosa (Chicken curry, dosa nachayi)
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Thought of hundred...started only 25... (Anukunnadi vanda…Prarambhamaindi
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No
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Bar code pass tumult as Hitex (Hitex lo bar code passla ragada)
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Results only with publicity (Pracharam thone phalitalu)
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Special tour packages for COP guests (COP atithulaku special tour packagelu)
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First National Bio-diversity Congress(NBC) in Kerala (Toli jaatiya jeevavaividhya
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Great name.. (Peru goppa..)
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Discussions on tribes and indegenous knoeledge (Aadivaasilu sampradaya vignyanam pai charchalu)
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Exempted from luxury tax (Vilaasa pannu minahaayimpu)
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United decision making manthra, a success (Phalinchina akabhipraya manthram)
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GIC Guide on bio-safety (Jeevabhadratha pai GIC Maargadarsanam)
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People's register soon (Tvaralo praja register)
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Fish made of polythene waste! (Polythene vyarthalatho chepa!)
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This is bio-diversity train! (Idi jeeva vaividhya railu!)
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It is us after birds (Pakshula tarvata maname)
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