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Jacqueline Fernandez and The Body Shop Promote Ecological Corridors in India

Jacqueline Fernandez and The Body Shop Promote Ecological Corridors in India

Corporate Greening
(L-R) Jacqueline Fernandez, Brand Ambassador, The Body Shop India; Mrinal Pande, Trustee WTI; Sunil Kyarong, Joint Director WTI and Shriti Malhotra, COO, The Body Shop during the Bio-Bridge India launch. The Body Shop recently announced its latest Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative in India. The initiative aims at promoting and setting up of ecological corridors in the biodiversity rich North-east India. Launched in the presence of Jacqueline Fernandez, the brand ambassador of The Body Shop India, the initiative has pledged to help protect the endangered Indian Elephant and Western Hoolock Gibbon by constructing an ecological corridor favouring these animals. The initiative has been named The Body Shop India Bio-Bridge project. However, it needs to be noted that t...
Bhola Appeals to Restore Pride and Safety of the Indian Elephant

Bhola Appeals to Restore Pride and Safety of the Indian Elephant

Articles
Bhola outside Dilli Haat in 2007: now fading into the mist of the night To, The Minister Tourism Department Government of India Sub: Appeal to restore my pride and safety Respected Madam, I take pride in writing to you, more so after being recently declared as the National Heritage Animal of India by the respected Union Ministry of Environment and Forests. I write to you with regard to the damage done to my image by your Ministry. I am blind but I did not expect the Ministry to be so blind that it would not be able to distinguish between me and my African cousin. A truck hit me last week as I walked the streets of Delhi, but I am more hurt by the act of negligence of publishing images of African elephants on stamps released by the Tourism Ministry of the Government of "Ind...

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