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Spotlight on tigers makes poachers shift to leopards
Darpan Singh
The Hindustan Times , Tuesday, May 11, 2010

With the dwindling tiger population, poachers are increasingly on the prowl for the country’s other big cat. And if figures are anything to go by, the leopard will soon beat the tiger in the extinct ...More


Panna reserve now 3 cubs full
The Hindustan Times , Monday, May 10, 2010

Three tiny furballs now hold the success of India's tiger conservation in their tiny paws. The newborn tiger cubs, spotted on Friday in Madhya Pradesh's Panna national park, herald the success of the ...More


Black bucks falling prey to stray dogs
Chander Parkash
The tribune , Sunday, May 09, 2010

Abohar, May 8 Over the past few years, stray dogs have turned dangerous enemy of black bucks, which has acquired the honour of state animal in 1989 and is also proud to be the only antelope confined ...More


Panna tigress spotted with 3 cubs
Milind Ghatwai
The Indian Express , Sunday, May 09, 2010

At last, there's good news from Panna Tiger reserve in Madhya Pradesh. 'T1', one of the two tigresses shifted to the park more than a year ago, was spotted with a litter of three cubs on Friday. "We ...More


Woman killed, youth injured in two fresh tiger attacks in Chandrapur
Vivek Deshpande
The Indian Express , Saturday, May 08, 2010

Two tiger attacks were reported in Chandrapur district on Friday, one of them killing a woman and the other injuring a youth. Sunita Kulgamwar of Hivra village was killed in Dhaba forest range early ...More


Tiger poaching racket busted; six held
PTI,
The Times of India , Friday, May 07, 2010

CHANDRAPUR (Maha): Forest department officials have busted a poaching racket in the Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve (TATR) with the arrest of six persons and recovery of bones of the wild cat, officials ...More


Tourists are not the problem
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The Times of India , Thursday, May 06, 2010

Environment minister Jairam Ramesh has got this one right. He has said that his ministry has no intention to ban tourism in tiger reserves, as demanded by some sections of the environment department. ...More


Project tiger gets Rs. 150 crore grant
Pradip Kumar Maitra
The Hindustan Times , Thursday, May 06, 2010

Here's some good news for Vidarbha's two tiger reserves -Melghat and Tadoba! The Union government has decided to release Rs. 150-crore grant to relocate villages in the tiger reserves. The state gover ...More


'Tourists help keep poachers away from tiger reserves'
Himanshi Dhawan
The Times of India , Wednesday, May 05, 2010

NEW DELHI: Opposing the ban on tourists from core regions of tiger reserves proposed by the environment ministry, Travel Operators for Tigers (TOFT) — a campaign spearheaded by international and natio ...More


MP tears into Gujarat over lions
Bhadra Sinha
The Hindustan Times , Wednesday, May 05, 2010

The two BJP ruled states, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh (MP), are fighting for their ‘pride.’ The two are locked in a fierce battle over relocation of Asiatic lions from Gir sanctuary in Gujarat to Kuno ...More


Claws lead forest officials to tiger poached a year ago
Jaideep Hardikar
DNA India , Wednesday, May 05, 2010

Three tiger claws—that’s what led forest officials to the poaching incident of a full-grown tiger, right in the heart of the Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve (TATR). That too, a full year after the poac ...More


Kaziranga guards kill 4 rhino poachers
The Hindustan Times , Wednesday, May 05, 2010

In the most successful operation ever against poachers in the northeast, guards at the Kaziranga National Park (KNP) near Guwahati intercepted and killed four poachers on Friday morning. Acting on a ...More


Forest guards ill-equipped; 83 tigers poached during 1999-04
The Hindustan Times , Tuesday, May 04, 2010

A total of 83 tigers were poached during 1999-2004 as forest guards in various reserves were ill-equipped and untrained to fight wildlife smugglers, a Parliamentary panel has said. An audit examina ...More


83 tigers poached during 1999-2004
The Assam Tribune , Monday, May 03, 2010

NEW DELHI, May 2 – A total of 83 tigers were poached during 1999-2004 as forest guards in various reserves were ill-equipped and untrained to fight wildlife smugglers, a Parliamentary panel has said. ...More


Lions hold their ground in Gir forests
Jumana Shah
DNA India , Monday, May 03, 2010

Going against the global trend of depleting numbers of big cats in the wild, the population of Asiatic Lions in the Gir forests of Saurashtra has increased by 14.5% in the past five years. The 13th ...More


Snail farming may save African apes from poaching
By Dan Vergano, USA TODAY
USA Today , Thursday, April 29, 2010

Snail salvation? Threatened apes' survival might rest on West African escargot. Only about 300 apes survive in Nigeria's Cross River National Park on the Cameroon border. Poaching from nearby poor vi ...More


Poachers target migratory birds in Siruthavur lake
P. Oppili
The Hindu , Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Large-scale poaching of migratory birds has come to light in the Siruthavur lake near Tirupporur. Poachers place stuffed dead birds in the water body to attract the flock and use double barrel guns ...More


Lion census: Number may touch 400
Himanshu Kaushik
The Times of India , Monday, April 26, 2010

Ahmedabad: It was 1 am, the beat guard inside the sanctuary heard a lion’s roar. The big cat was near by. A nocturnal search was launched, which ended in sweet success. The team traced two lionesses w ...More


UP readies for one more tiger reserve
Pawan Dixit
The Hindustan Times , Sunday, April 25, 2010

The Amangarh forest range in Uttar Pradesh’s Bijnor district is all set to become a tiger reserve — the state’s second after Dudhwa National Park. The National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) and ...More


Gujarat plans to get Asiatic cheetahs from Iran
Manas Dasgupta
The Hindu , Sunday, April 25, 2010

GANDHINAGAR: Efforts are on to bring a few Asiatic cheetahs and re-introduce them in the forests of Gujarat, a State government official has said. S.K. Nanda, Principal Secretary, Forests and Environ ...More


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