Last week, Mr. Dhakate had issued shoot-at-sight order and pressed two drones into service after movement of poachers was reported along the southern fringes of the park.150 forest officials were deployed and a total of 388 camera traps installed at sensitive points within the territory of the park.Villagers in the area were also informed of the same and were advised to avoid taking animals for grazing to the core areas.The order, however, raised eyebrows following which Mr. Dhakate has been removed from his post. The Director of Corbett Tiger Reserve has been removed from his post following a controversy over shoot-at-sight order issued by him in the national park to check the activities of poachers.Uttrakhand’s Chief Secretary S. Ramaswamy said that Parag Madhukar Dhakate has been replaced by Dheeraj Pandey as Director.D.V.S Khati, the Chief Wildlife Warden, said that Mr. Dhakate was not authorised to issue any such order.Also Read Corbett Tiger Reserve workers get the nod to kill armed poachers
US against ALZHEIMER’S is announcing an all-star cast for the ensemble reading of the acclaimed play, “Surviving Grace”, written by Trish Vradenburg (“Designing Women”, “Family Ties” and “Kate & Allie”) on Wednesday, June 19th at a fundraising benefit at Warner Bros Studio.The play, which was successfully performed at The Union Square Theatre in New York and The Kennedy Centre, Washington, DC is inspired by Vradenburg’s Mother’s battle with the disease, and the first act will be read on stage by a stellar cast, to be announced shortly, at the Los Angeles fundraiser to fight the battle against this deadly disease. Award winning director James Burrows will supervise the reading of this black comedy.The events host committee include Ann-Margret, Seth Rogen, Diahann Carroll, Joan Collins, Peter Gallagher, Molly Sims, Elizabeth Banks, George Hamilton, Linda Gray, Michael Feinstein, Loni Anderson, Sherry Lansing, Maura Tierney, Morgan Fairchild, Stefanie Powers and Marilu Henner.This will be the first of a four city tour with fundraisers headed to San Diego, Dallas and Florida. For more information about US against ALZHEIMER’S visit the website www.SurvivingGrace.org.DATE:Wednesday, June 19thEVENT:US against ALZHEIMER’SWHERE:Stephen J Ross Theatre @ Warner Bros Studio, BurbankTIME:6.00pm— red carpet arrivals7.00pm— play reading followed by receptionSource:PR Newswire
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