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Nine held for poaching
IANS
The Economic Times , Saturday, June 26, 2010

• RAIPUR: Nine Chhattisgarh villagers were arrested Friday for poaching a sambar and eating it, an official said. The animal's skin was recovered from a house in Taldadar village. The men were ...More


Manas Reserve gets software to conserve tigers
Guwahati, (PTI):
The Deccan Herald , Thursday, June 24, 2010

Tiger conservation in the Manas Tiger Reserve will now get help from the cyberworld with the development of a web-based Geographical Information Software on the world-famous nature park bordering Bhut ...More


Indonesian man arrested for killing tiger in zoo
AFP
The Economic Times , Tuesday, June 22, 2010

JAKARTA: Indonesian police have arrested a man who allegedly poisoned and skinned a critically endangered Sumatran tiger in a state-owned zoo, an official said Monday. Akmamul Mukminin, 24, wa ...More


Indonesian man arrested for killing tiger in zoo
AFP
Times of India , Tuesday, June 22, 2010

JAKARTA: Indonesian police have arrested a man who allegedly poisoned and skinned a critically endangered Sumatran tiger in a state-owned zoo, an official said Monday. Akmamul Mukminin, 24, wa ...More


Indian customs seize tiger parts on way to China
AFP
Times of india , Sunday, June 20, 2010

SHILLONG: Customs officers in India have seized two shipments of tiger bones and other animal parts worth $430,000 destined for use in traditional medicine in China, an official said. The rare suc ...More


Indian customs seize tiger parts on way to China
AFP
The Economic Times , Sunday, June 20, 2010

SHILLONG: Customs officers in India have seized two shipments of tiger bones and other animal parts worth $430,000 destined for use in traditional medicine in China, an official said. The rare suc ...More


Only six tigers left in Palamu Tiger Reserve
Santosh Narayan | Ranchi
The Pioneer , Wednesday, June 16, 2010

The Wild Life Department’s tall claims about expenditure on the big cats, their population has registered a decline in the Palamu Tiger Reserve. A recent report submitted by the Centre for Cellular an ...More


Indian Poachers turn to Nepal
Utpal Parashar, Hindustan Times
The Hindustan Times , Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Killing of four poachers inside Kaziranga National Park in north-east India last month was hailed as a major action against poaching of endangered one-horned rhinos. But the incident may have led to ...More


Demand for tiger, leopard parts in China, a threat to conservation: Ramesh
ANI
The Economic Times , Tuesday, June 15, 2010

RAMNAGAR (Uttarakhand) : Minister of state for environment and forests Jairam Ramesh has said the great demand for tiger and leopard parts in China is a serious threat to conservation. Ramesh sa ...More


Poachers continue to elude Similipal officials’ dragnet
PNS | Bhubaneswar
The Pioneer , Tuesday, June 15, 2010

The Forest Department officials posted in the Similipal reserve forest have failed miserably to track the poachers and have allowed them to hunt down animals with impunity and go scot free. This wa ...More


Demand for tiger, leopard parts in China, a threat to conservation: Ramesh
ANI
Times of india , Tuesday, June 15, 2010

RAMNAGAR (Uttarakhand) : Minister of state for environment and forests Jairam Ramesh has said the great demand for tiger and leopard parts in China is a serious threat to conservation. Ramesh said ...More


Regulating tourism in tiger resorts
Brigadier CS Thapa
The Pioneer , Monday, June 14, 2010

Tourism is a popular industry and to stop it altogether will choke the sources of revenue for both the parks and locals alike, and thus the clarification of Environment Minister Jairam Ramesh that the ...More


Remote Assam wildlife sanctuary carves out success story
Guwahati, (PTI)
The Deccan Herald , Thursday, June 10, 2010

Crippled by problems of encroaching and poachers, the Sonai-Rupai animal sanctuary in the remote Assam-Arunachal Pradesh border has carved out a success story for itself with sound wildlife manageme ...More


Elephants go the tiger way in Simlipal Reserve
Debabrata Mohanty
The Indian Express , Thursday, June 10, 2010

A two-member expert committee of the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) has started its investigation into the biggest ever poaching of elephants inside Orissa's famous Simlipal Tiger Rese ...More


WII starts red junglefowl study phase-II
Paritosh Kimothi | Dehradun
The Pioneer , Thursday, June 10, 2010

The Wildlife Institute of India (WII) has started the second phase of its 'Conservation of Red Jungle Fowl in India' project. This phase consists of a comprehensive study of the genetic diversity of r ...More


“Gulf of Mannar biosphere a neglected biodiversity hotspot”
Special Correspondent
The Hindu , Tuesday, June 08, 2010

CHENNAI: The Gulf of Mannar biosphere, the first marine biosphere in south, is one of the most neglected biodiversity hotspot, said Aruna Basu Sarkar, Chief Conservator of Forests and Director, Gulf o ...More


Foresters, paramilitary save wildlife in Uttar Pradesh
Deepak Gidwani
DNA India , Monday, June 07, 2010

In a unique and rather ambitious operation, the Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB), a paramilitary border-guarding force, has been helping the Uttar Pradesh forest department (UPFD) save tigers and other preci ...More


Shahtoosh shawl trade on despite ban
Srinagar, (PTI)
The Deccan Herald , Sunday, June 06, 2010

Banned in 1975, Shahtoosh shawl, made from the wool of endangered Tibetan antelope Chiru, has not lost its charm with a revival in its sale in the last decade, no matter how furtively. The Shaht ...More


Skins of 20 wild animals seized in Uttarkashi
PNS | Dehradun
The Pioneer , Saturday, June 05, 2010

Skins of 20 wild animals were seized in Uttarakhand’s Uttarkashi district on Friday by the Forest Department working in cooperation with the Wildlife Protection Society of India (WPSI). One person h ...More


Wildlife Dept on high alert
Rajendra S Markuna | Haldwani
The Pioneer , Tuesday, June 01, 2010

The State wildlife department is on high alert following apprehension that there would be an increase in poaching, particularly endangered species like tigers, during the monsoon season. For this th ...More


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