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Ek tha tiger, ek tha Rathore
The Asian Age , Sunday, January 13, 2013

I am blessed as I got an opportunity to work with “Boss” (as I used to fondly call Fateh Singh Rathore) during his last decade at Ranthambhore and until he passed away in March 2011. Tiger Warrior is ...More


If you see a langur tied up in a temple, factory, educational institution or mela , call the police and the wildlife authorities and make sure that arrests are made.
Monkey business
The Hindu , Sunday, January 13, 2013

Last month, as I passed by the Defence Ministry, I saw people clustered on a sidewalk and I caught a glimpse of a monkey. I stopped and saw three people making two langurs fight with each other. As so ...More


Plea to shift two tigress sisters from Ranthambhore to Sariska Reserve
Mohammed Iqbal
The Hindu , Friday, January 11, 2013

The Rajasthan Government’s Forest & Environment Department has submitted a proposal to the National Tiger Conservation Authority for relocation of two tigress sisters from Ranthambhore National Park t ...More


Alarm bells ring over hunting of rare India-bound birds in Pakistan
Mohammed Iqbal
The Hindu , Wednesday, January 09, 2013

A leading environmental group working for conservation of flora and fauna has sought intervention of the External Affairs Ministry to put pressure on Pakistan to ban hunting of rare birds, Houbara bus ...More


Tiger cub dead in Kaziranga, rhino battles for life at Orang
TNN
Times of India , Wednesday, January 09, 2013

JORHAT: A female tiger cub was found dead at Agoratoli forest range in Kaziranga National Park on Tuesday. Although the cause of the cub's death is yet to be ascertained, forest officials believe it m ...More


Alarm bells ring over hunting of rare India-bound birds in Pakistan
Mohammed Iqbal
The Hindu , Wednesday, January 09, 2013

A leading environmental group working for conservation of flora and fauna has sought intervention of the External Affairs Ministry to put pressure on Pakistan to ban hunting of rare birds, Houbara bus ...More


Long-distance fliers land at Malyadi
Ashok Kumar
Deccan herald , Tuesday, January 08, 2013

Malyadi, a small town near Udupi, attracts a wide variety of birds including egrets, crested larks and little cormorants. The sight of these birds in flight makes the place worth a visit. The downside ...More


Tribal relocation proves tricky
K. Jeevan Chinnappa
The hindu , Tuesday, January 08, 2013

As the debate on the pros and cons of tribal relocation from different ranges in the Nagarahole National Park goes on, 487 tribal families have moved out of the Park areas since the relocation scheme ...More


Presence of poachers worries Manas authorities
Correspondent
The Assam Tribune , Monday, January 07, 2013

BARPETA, Jan 6 – Though the Manas National Park-cum -Tiger Project is gradually reviving and is all set to regain its past glory yet the presence of unwanted elements within the park is a cause of ...More


Wildlife crime unit faces extinction over funding crisis
Concern about future of crucial work preventing smuggling and cruelty against animals
The Independent , Friday, January 04, 2013

Britain's National Wildlife Crime Unit (NWCU), which leads the fight against the burgeoning illegal wildlife trade, may be facing the axe. Concern is growing about the future of the widely praised un ...More


‘Hike informer incentive in poaching, forest theft’
PNS | BHUBANESWAR
The Pioneer , Friday, January 04, 2013

Close on the heels of the recent massacre of five elephants and a foetus in a rail accident in Brahmapur, former MLA and the Odisha Krushak Manch president Bibhudhendra Pratap Das has given a few sugg ...More


Wildlife crime bureau can’t access call details
Neha Sethi
Live Mint , Thursday, January 03, 2013

New Delhi: The home ministry has rejected the Wildlife Crime Control Bureau’s demand for access to phone call details of suspected poachers and traders in illegal products, raising a debate about the ...More


Jumbo deaths: It is time to act
Debabrata Mohanty
The Indian Express , Thursday, January 03, 2013

Home to almost 80 per cent elephants in eastern India until not so long ago, Orissa is struggling against being tagged as the most unsafe place for the national heritage animal. The latest blow came o ...More


15 tigers died in State during 2012 NTCA report
Deccan Herald , Thursday, January 03, 2013

The year bygone has proved to be unsafe for wildlife in Karnataka. As many as 15 tigers died in the State’s protected forests in 2012, according to a report of the National Tiger Conservation Authorit ...More


Call for caution on birds' protection
From our Correspondent
The Sentinel , Thursday, January 03, 2013

Itanagar, Jan 2: Following the total restriction on trespassing, hunting and poaching at the Dying Ering Wildlife Sanctuary (DEWS) imposed by the authorities, some hunters are reportedly hunting not b ...More


One trampled by elephants, another injured
The Hindu , Thursday, January 03, 2013

This is the second incident involving wild elephants in the region in the last 72 hours One person was trampled to death and another sustained injuries when they were attacked by a herd of two eleph ...More


Rhino faces new crisis as level of poaching reaches record high
michael mccarthy
The Statesman , Wednesday, January 02, 2013

The world is facing a new wildlife crisis with rhino and elephant poaching now running out of control, as the illicit wildlife trade booms across the globe as never before. A problem which has alway ...More


Saving elephants a mammoth task
Jeffrey Gettleman
Deccan Herald , Tuesday, January 01, 2013

Gabon, a lush country, often called a “forest republic,” used to stand proudly apart from its shaky neighbours, like the Democratic Republic of Congo and the Central African Republic, tropical disast ...More


Power to the tiger
Deccan Herald , Tuesday, January 01, 2013

Tourism is the main tool to make conservation sustainable. The lifting of the ban on tourism in core areas brings a sigh of relief. Traffic needs to be regularised, not banned. If we want to save the ...More


Saving elephants a mammoth task
The New York Times
Deccan Herald , Tuesday, January 01, 2013

Gabon, a lush country, often called a “forest republic,” used to stand proudly apart from its shaky neighbours, like the Democratic Republic of Congo and the Central African Republic, tropical disast ...More


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