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Rhino calf killed in Assam's Manas National Park, horn taken
IANS
The Times of India , Thursday, August 08, 2013

GUWAHATI: Forest officials in Assam'sManas National Park have recovered the carcass of a male rhino calf, with its horn missing, an official said on Wednesday. The rhino's ears, nails and tails wer ...More


Country lost 50 tigers in six months, 5 in Madhya Pradesh
Bagish K Jha
The Times of India , Wednesday, August 07, 2013

INDORE: Even as India is striving hard to save the big cats, the country has lost fifty tigers so far this year against 72 tiger deaths in 2012. Heading the list is Karnataka with the loss of 13 ti ...More


Charge sheet filed in tiger poaching cases
TNN
The Times of India , Wednesday, August 07, 2013

NAGPUR: Ahead of ruling on the bail application by three organized poachers on Wednesday, the forest department on Tuesday filed a charge sheet in the tiger poaching cases that have come to light in V ...More


Tiger talks and a reading session
TNN
The Times of India , Wednesday, August 07, 2013

KOLKATA: It was much more than a book-reading session. An evening that brought the spirit of Ranthambore alive and above all, spread a message on conservation. The hour-long session on 'The Safari' ...More


Kenya pushes for life imprisonment of poachers
The New Indian Express , Wednesday, August 07, 2013

Kenya is pushing for life imprisonment for poachers of elephants and rhinos as a deterrent measure to protect the two endangered species, an official said. William Kiprono, director of the Kenya Wild ...More


Bill for stricter wildlife protection laws in RS
Deccan Herald , Tuesday, August 06, 2013

Aiming for stricter enforcement of laws to protect wildlife, the Centre on Monday introduced a bill in Rajya Sabha having provision of imprisonment up to seven years for poaching or hunting of wild ...More


Heavily-used infrastructure contributing to tiger population dip: Jayanthi Natarajan
PTI
The Hindu , Tuesday, August 06, 2013

“Loss of reproduction owing to disturbance on account of heavily-used infrastructure like highways” is one of the reasons for decline of tiger population, Environment Minister Jayanthi Natarajan s ...More


Trail of poachers turns out to be a wild-goose chase
Vijay Pinjarkar
The Times of India , Monday, August 05, 2013

NAGPUR: In a belated move, a trail of organized poachers belonging to the Bahelia community in MajoliKadao, around 45km from Jabalpur in Madhya Pradesh, turned out to be a wild-goose chase for forest ...More


Zoo animals get guardians
TNN
The Times of India , Monday, August 05, 2013

KOLKATA: Authorities of the Alipore zoo on Sunday took a firm step in conservation. Under a unique "Adopt and Animal" scheme, around 40 of the zoo animals were adopted by individuals and corporate hou ...More


Say 'no' to Kuno: Wildlife activists
Linah Baliga
The Economics Times , Monday, August 05, 2013

MUMBAI: The Gir Forest National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary (also known as SasanGir) is believed to be the last residence for last 400 Asiatic lions over this earth. Gir proved not only just a home to ...More


Sunderbans is a sinking ship, warns Bittu Sahgal
Krishnendu Mukherjee
The Times of India , Monday, August 05, 2013

From giving protection to elephant corridors to curbing tourism in core areas, the Centre is going all-out to save the wildlife. But in conservationist and author BittuSahgal's words, it's not enough, ...More


Earning its stripes
The Indian Express , Monday, August 05, 2013

Anti-poaching measures in Nepal have raised its tiger population. India presents a tragic contrast For once, a tiger survey gives cause for cheer. In Nepal, the number of tigers has risen from 121 i ...More


Say 'no' to Kuno: Wildlife activists
Linah Baliga
The Times of India , Monday, August 05, 2013

MUMBAI: The Gir Forest National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary (also known as SasanGir) is believed to be the last residence for last 400 Asiatic lions over this earth. Gir proved not only just a home to ...More


Turtles poaching go unabated in state
The Times of India , Sunday, August 04, 2013

Turtles will soon face extinction in Haryana if their poaching go unabated in the state. Recently, the villagers had saved dozens of turtles from poachers in Nadhori village near Bhuna in Fatehabad, a ...More


Drones to keep eye on Panna tigers
Bagish K Jha
The Times of India , Sunday, August 04, 2013

INDORE: Forest officials at Panna National Park in Madhya Pradesh will soon get eyes in the sky to track the movement of 20 odd tigers in the park area and to keep them off poachers. In a bid to stren ...More


Violence triggers alert in Kaziranga
PULLOCK DUTTA
The Telegraph , Sunday, August 04, 2013

Jorhat, Aug. 3: Kaziranga National Park authorities have sounded an alert apprehending that the world heritage site may feel the heat of statehood fire burning in adjacent Karbi Anglong district. ...More


Kerala mulls burning ivory stock
The Times of India , Sunday, August 04, 2013

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Kerala wildlife department is mulling a proposal to set afire a huge pile of ivory at its disposal to prevent its passage into the hands of smugglers or carvers in the future ...More


Tipsy jumbos wreak havoc in 3 blocks
The New Indian Express , Sunday, August 04, 2013

Panic gripped villages located in Jashipur, Karanjia and Sukruli blocks of Mayurbhanj district after a herd of 16 elephants wreaked havoc in the area on Saturday. Elephants turned violent and went be ...More


Turtles poaching go unabated in state
The Times of India , Saturday, August 03, 2013

Turtles will soon face extinction in Haryana if their poaching go unabated in the state. Recently, the villagers had saved dozens of turtles from poachers in Nadhori village near Bhuna in Fatehabad, a ...More


Kerala mulls burning ivory at its disposal
Press Trust of India
Business Standard , Saturday, August 03, 2013

Kerala Wildlife Department is mulling a proposal to set afire a huge pile of ivory at its disposal to pre-empt its passage into the hands of smugglers or carvers in the future. Tonnes of elephan ...More


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