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For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThe outbreak of swine flu in the United States and Mexico is—as is typical during the early stages of the spread of a new virus—leading to an outpouring of different data from different sources At a news conference today in Mexico City Mexico’s secretary of health said they had confirmed 20 deaths caused by swine flu and had 40 other suspected cases An Associated Press dispatch said the Mexican health department had identified 943 suspected cases The World Health Organization reports today said there have been 62 suspected deaths and a total of suspected 882 cases WHO further said Canadian labs had confirmed 18 cases as swine flu 12 of which were “genetically identical” to ones in the United States At a press conference today in Atlanta the Acting Director of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Richard Besser made no mention of the Canadian tests but said CDC had confirmed 7 samples from Mexico as being the same as the US swine flu virus in one region of its genome But most crucially the different players agree with the WHO assessment that the outbreak is “of high concern”Melbourne | Updated: January 18 2014 4:17 pm Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark reacts between points as she plays Garbine Muguruza of Spain during their third round match at the Australian Open tennis championship in Melbourne Australia Saturday Jan 18 2014(AP Photo) Related News Former world number one Caroline Wozniacki rued several missed opportunities to advance to the Australian Open fourth round after she crashed out to rising Spanish talent Garbine Muguruza on Saturday “You know sometimes it happens you just don’t take your chances” said the 10th-seeded Dane who had appeared to be on course for a sixth appearance in the fourth round in seven visits to Melbourne Park before she lost 4-6 7-5 6-3 “I had quite a lot of chances I won the first set; was up in the second I don’t think I did anything particularly wrong” Wozniacki had been in trouble early against the hard-hitting Venezuela-born player and was struggling at 2-4 in the first set with seemingly no way to stop the 20-year-old from blasting winner after winner Muguruza however went to pieces as Wozniacki forced her to extend rallies and shots that had been landing in just minutes before flew wide The errors continued to mount as did her nerves which allowed the Dane to pounce and rattle off four successive games to seal the first set in 39 minutes However Muguruza who arrived in Melbourne in good form after winning the warm-up tournament in Hobart as a qualifier rallied to clinch the second set in just under an hour on Rod Laver Arena With both serves under pressure in the decider the key was the fact that the Spaniard converted all four of her break points while Wozniacki could only convert two of the five opportunities she had “I had breakpoints in I think the three last games she was serving Not the last one but I had chances to get away there and probably close the match” Wozniacki said “Obviously you can always look back and say you could have done this or that but yeah …it was just a bit unlucky” Muguruza next meets fifth seed Agnieszka Radwanska of Poland in the fourth round It is the first time she had reached the last 16 in a grand slam “The key was more to be strong mentally especially in the third set because we both were playing so good” she said “To be strong like to keep fighting was the difference “It’s a great win It’s a great win I think is the first time no not the first time I (beat) a top 10 player “But is amazing to win (on) centre court (against) a top 10 player like Caro “So I’m really happy” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsFeng Limin follows the lives of China’s scarcest wild cats like a soap opera fan He has never encountered one but thanks to a network of motion-sensing cameras in the forests along China’s borders with Russia and North Korea the biologist has glimpsed a total of 27 Siberian tigers and 42 Amur leopards as they breed and prey on deer and wild boar The spying has paid off for the big cats What Feng and his colleagues at Beijing Normal University (BNU) have learned has helped convince the central government to create a 15000-squarekilometer national park—60% larger than Yellowstone—that could save the cats from extinction Feng’s studies have indicated that both the Siberian tiger—the world’s largest cat with males weighing up to 300 kilograms—and the Amur leopard face dire threats from poaching logging and development By easing those threats the park "is likely to be one of the great tiger success stories" in a decade or two says Dale Miquelle a world authority on Siberian tigers and director of the Wildlife Conservation Society’s Russia Program in Vladivostok The big cat park—still unnamed and not yet formally announced—also signals a change in China’s attitude toward conservation often slighted as the country rushed to develop economically With little fanfare China is creating its first system of national parks a major step up in management and funding from the current mishmash of national reserves semiprotected forests and provincial parks About two dozen national parks are planned and the first four mentioned by state media aim to protect charismatic mammals: Asian elephants giant pandas Tibetan antelopes and here in the northeast tigers and leopards "China now has enough money" Feng says "We can pay attention to environmental conservation" A motion-sensing camera captured a sight rarely seen: one of the 27 Siberian tigers known to range into northeastern China Beijing Normal University Creating parks faces much the same obstacles in China as elsewhere The central government has to convince local authorities that the parks will not undermine their economies and locals who made their living by logging or poaching will need help to find other livelihoods But Rose Niu chief conservation officer at the Paulson Institute a Chicago Illinois-based think tank that is helping design the park system hopes the Chinese public will embrace the idea The parks she hopes will offer "spiritual healing" to Chinese who have had to endure worsening environmental degradation in recent years Deep in a maple forest in China’s Jilin province Feng’s team is scrambling over rough terrain to reach cameras and download photos from one of the 2000 motion-sensing cameras—one of hundreds of such visits they have to make every year He crouches to unlock the metal frame bolting one camera to the base of a tree and scrolls rapidly through the images "Pig pig deer No tigers" he says with a shrug and a grin He stands up checks under his shirt for ticks and moves on to the next camera China’s wild tigers and leopards have long been on the ropes suffering from hunting and habitat loss Scientists believe that 20 years ago both populations were nearing a genetic bottleneck Numbers have ticked up recently with expanded habitat protection and antipoaching efforts in Russia and China as the BNU group led by ecosystem expert Ge Jianping reported in June 2015 in the journal Landscape Ecology Of the 27 tigers the team is tracking a handful range entirely in China; a decade ago it was unclear whether a single big cat remained exclusively on Chinese soil The Amur leopards’ plight is even more precarious with fewer than 100 left in a tiny boundary-straddling patch of China and Russia Siberia has been a lifeline for the big cats Surveys indicate that Russia’s wild tiger population has increased from 40 in the 1940s to 540 today That number is stable but has just about maxed out the available habitat in Russia Feng says "If they’re going to save this population it’s really going to be the Chinese not the Russians All the potential land for expansion is on the China side" says David Smith a tiger expert at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities who has worked with Ge’s team and visited the proposed park area "This is really a chance for China to shine in tiger recovery" A Cuadra/Science China’s central government has moved aggressively to help Since the Communist Party signaled its intention to create a national park system in a 2013 planning document the government has banned logging in Jilin and Heilongjiang provinces canceled a highway project that would have bisected big cat habitat and rerouted a high-speed railway connecting China to Vladivostok a city on Russia’s Pacific coast In the next few years the government will consolidate and expand protection across 15000 square kilometers of prime cat habitat and conservation areas And local police cleared 80000 snares set by poachers to catch deer and boar—and incidentally tigers—during a sweep last year Feng says Assisting locals who lose their livelihoods or homes because of the park is critical to its success planners say Big cats are finicky about their habitat he notes so even seemingly minor intrusions such as gathering pine nuts and frog farming can alter their behavior "The devil will be in the details" says Miquelle who will meet with Chinese scientists and officials in August to discuss the park At the big cat park alone planners hope to turn 30000 former forest workers—loggers hunters and even poachers—into park rangers and conservation workers In the Huangnihe conservation district a patchwork of old growth forest and reforested former logging areas adjacent to Jilin’s two main tiger habitat reserves Huangnihe forest reserve director Li Cheng is working with scientists and conservation groups to find alternative jobs for locals for example by training loggers and poachers as organic honey farmers One of Li’s success stories is Xu Fu a 42-year-old former logger In a lush field surrounded by new growth forest Xu pulls a rack of bees from a hive and describes how he collects honey Beekeeping is safer and more lucrative than his former profession he says "The work and the income from bees are much better more steady" Starting around 2002 tigers vanished here in Huangnihe Then 2 years ago locals saw footprints scratch marks on trees and the carcasses of prey By the end of 2014 the BNU team’s cameras had confirmed that for the first time in 14 years a young male had moved back into the Huangnihe forest corridor more than 200 kilometers inland of current confirmed Siberian tiger habitat Farther west in Wangqing near what will be the heart of the national park foresters hope to convert a near-empty logging town into an ecotourism destination The workers’ former gymnasium and entertainment hall will be converted into a history museum and the town’s focus will be on preserving the forest rather than razing it In a promising sign the emptied village has already attracted a feline denizen An Amur leopard these days is often spotted basking on a rock jutting from a hill overlooking the town presiding over its new domainWe have started investigations based on the 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