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National calamity
The Hindustan Times , Wednesday, March 17, 2010

In October 2009, the Centre declared the endangered Gangetic river dolphin as the national aquatic animal. This dolphin is found in the Brahmaputra, Ganga, Meghna and Karnaphuli river systems of South ...More


Tiger, on its last leg
Gethin Chamberlain
Deccan Herald , Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Conservationists believe the number of tigers left in India may be little over half the official tally and that at the present rate of decline, the tiger will cease to be a viable wild species in Indi ...More


Four injured in jumbo attack at Kaziranga
Staff Reporter
The Telegraph , Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Four members of a family from Calcutta were injured after a forest department elephant attacked their vehicle at Kaziranga National Park in Assam on Monday evening. Sources said Rupak Guha, 43, wife ...More


UN wildlife watchdog considers ban on bluefin tuna
By MICHAEL CASEY (AP)
Google.com the Associated Press , Monday, March 15, 2010

DOHA, Qatar — A U.N. body best known for protecting tigers and elephants will focus on the world's overfished oceans beginning this week with proposals to regulate the shark trade and ban the export o ...More


Tiger, tiger not burning bright
Utpal Parashar
The Hindustan Times , Monday, March 15, 2010

Fear, awe, respect, love and even hate — no other animal evokes such diverse range of emotions as the tiger. But this majestic animal could soon be gone from the forests of Nepal — one of the 13 remai ...More


Tigers, elephants getting pushed into ‘conflict’ zone
Chetan Chauhan
The Hindustan Times , Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Shrinking habitat for wildlife is making tigers and elephants vulnerable to man-animal conflict. As many as 31 elephants and five tigers have died because of this conflict in the past year, data rele ...More


Tigers, elephants getting pushed into ‘conflict’ zone
Chetan Chauhan, Hindustan Times
The Hindustan Times , Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Shrinking habitat for wildlife is making tigers and elephants vulnerable to man-animal conflict. As many as 31 elephants and five tigers have died because of this conflict in the past year, data rele ...More


Camera-trapping of tiger starts, partial census results
IANS
The Times of India , Wednesday, March 10, 2010

NEW DELHI: The number of tigers in three major landscapes - Terrai, Central India and the Western Ghats - home to 80 percent of India's tigers, will be known by December, but a countrywide total would ...More


'Eleven tigers dead in 2 months'
PTI
Decan Herald , Tuesday, March 09, 2010

At least 11 tigers have died across the country in the last two months due to various reasons, including poaching and poisoning, the government said on Monday. In reply to a question in the Rajya Sab ...More


Locals poison 2 tiger cubs in Ranthambore
Anindo Dey
The Times of India , Monday, March 08, 2010

JAIPUR: Even as India struggles to keep its tigers alive, in a shocking incident, two 17-month-old cubs were found dead, allegedly poisoned by villagers on the outskirts of Ranthambore Tiger Reserve o ...More


2 tiger cubs dead in sanctuary
PTI
The Telegraph , Monday, March 08, 2010

Jaipur, March 7 (PTI): Two tiger cubs were found dead today under mysterious circumstances in the Ranthambhore National Park in Rajasthan. Carcasses of the two male cubs were spotted near a village i ...More


The birds are back
ASHISH KOTHARI
The Hindu , Sunday, March 07, 2010

From a village of bird hunters, Mangalajodi in Orissa is now a village of bird protectors. A story of how the transformation happened. “Black-tailed godwits,” said my companion, pointing to a swirlin ...More


For the tiger's sake
S. NANDA KUMAR
The Hindu , Sunday, March 07, 2010

The success of the resettlement project in the Bhadra Reserve is a shot in the arm for conservationists. But is it in time to save the tiger? If you have seen a tiger in the wild, you are very fortu ...More


BSF to help Kaziranga park check poaching
The Indian Express , Monday, March 01, 2010

The Assam government on Thursday tied up with the Border Security Force (BSF) for providing manpower and intelligence assistance in protecting rhinos and tigers in the world-famous Kaziranga National ...More


BSF to assist forest authorities to check poaching in Kaziranga National Park.
Assam
The Times of India , Saturday, February 27, 2010

The BSF would assist forest authorities to check poaching of wildlife at Kaziranga National Park which has witnessed unprecedented killing of the famed one-horned rhinos by poachers in recent months. ...More


BSF to assist forest authorities to check poaching in Kaziranga National Park.
The Times of India , Saturday, February 27, 2010

The BSF would assist forest authorities to check poaching of wildlife at Kaziranga National Park which has witnessed unprecedented killing of the famed one-horned rhinos by poachers in recent months. ...More


Maneka Gandhi slams new clauses in Wildlife Act 1942.
ANI
Sify , Friday, February 26, 2010

Noted animal rights activist and former Union Minister Maneka Gandhi has slammed the Wildlife Protection Act 1942, including the proposed new clauses, and termed it the worst Wildlife Act. Speakin ...More


BSF help sought to curb poaching.
Calcutta Telegraph , Friday, February 26, 2010

A desperate forest department today turned to the BSF for help to check poaching of rhinos in Kaziranga National Park. A co-ordination meeting at the park today decided to take help of the BSF “as ...More


Amendments make it 'worst wildlife act' in India: Maneka Gandhi.
PTI | Chennai
DNA , Thursday, February 25, 2010

Noted animal rights activist and former Union minister Maneka Gandhi today slammed the Centre's proposed amendments to the Wildlife Protection Act 1972, saying "it is the worst (wildlife) act in India ...More


Gir poaching case,milestone for forensics
TNN
The Times of India , Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Ahmedabad: According to DFS officials,the Gir lion poaching case was a milestone for wildlife forensics.MS Dahiya,deputy director of DFS,told TOI that it was a challenge for forensic officials,as it w ...More


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