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NTCA TO HOLD REVIEW MEETING ON TIGER PROTECTION STRATEGY
THE PIONEER , Wednesday, April 07, 2010

Dehradun, April 7 -- With a view to review tiger protection strategy in national parks the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) has decided to convene a meeting of wildlife officials at Ramnag ...More


IT IS ADMIRED AND REVERED YET DECIMATED. WHY?
Prachi Aggarwal
THE HINDU , Sunday, April 04, 2010

India and China must take colossal measures to bring back the tiger from the brink of extinction Apart from championing the cause of the developing countries at the Copenhagen Summit, India and China ...More


NEEDED, A MINDSET FOR CONSERVATION
Chandan Mitra
THE PIONEER , Sunday, April 04, 2010

Unless we are committed and emotionally attached to preserving our forests and wildlife, especially the tiger, no law or long-term planning can help us My search for a mobile-free environment for ...More


It is admired and revered yet decimated. Why?
Prachi Aggarwal
The Hindu , Sunday, April 04, 2010

India and China must take colossal measures to bring back the tiger from the brink of extinction Apart from championing the cause of the developing countries at the Copenhagen Summit, India and China ...More


Be a conservationist, the simple Indian way
Shoba Narayan
Mint Live , Saturday, April 03, 2010

Here is how a tiger is killed in Ranthambore. First, the poachers lay leg traps on the tiger’s usual routes. They scatter small stones around the trap, knowing that the fastidious tiger will try to av ...More


BE A CONSERVATIONIST, THE SIMPLE INDIAN WAY
Shoba Narayan
MINT , Saturday, April 03, 2010

Here is how a tiger is killed in Ranthambore. First, the poachers lay leg traps on the tiger’s usual routes. They scatter small stones around the trap, knowing that the fastidious tiger will try to av ...More


RAMESH HINTS AT PANNA-LIKE DANGER IN 18 TIGER RESERVES
THE STATESMAN , Saturday, April 03, 2010

A situation akin to Panna and Sariska reserves, where big cats disappeared, can arise at 18 tiger parks across the country if they are not protected in a proper manner, Environment Minister Jairam Ram ...More


IF 10 GIR LIONS DIE ANNUALLY ANYWAY, GIVE 5 TO US: MP TO SC
Himanshu Kaushik
THE TIMES OF INDIA , Friday, April 02, 2010

The MP government has reportedly stated that if an average of 10 lions die unnaturally in Gir every year, then there is no harm in Gujarat government parting with five lions for its Kuno Palpur projec ...More


If 10 Gir lions die annually anyway, give 5 to us: MP to SC
Himanshu Kaushik
The Times of India , Friday, April 02, 2010

Ahmedabad: The MP government has reportedly stated that if an average of 10 lions die unnaturally in Gir every year, then there is no harm in Gujarat government parting with five lions for its Kuno ...More


Poaching takes ‘organised' form
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Incident of violation of Arms Act reveals poaching of wild animals ADILABAD: Poaching of wild animals continues to be a disturbing phenomenon in Adilabad as revealed by a sensational incident of vi ...More


Whither rainforests?
Deccan Herald , Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Land under rainforests of the Western Ghats is being usurped for planting cash crops like coffee, cardamom, areca and rubber, leaving in their wake a rubble trail of lost biodiversity. The flagship ...More


WHITHER RAINFORESTS?
THE TELEGRAPH , Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Land under rainforests of the Western Ghats is being usurped for planting cash crops like coffee, cardamom, areca and rubber, leaving in their wake a rubble trail of lost biodiversity. The flagship sp ...More


Factbox: Trade decisions by U.N. wildlife talks , Monday, March 29, 2010

Following are major decisions at a conference of the 175-nation Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) in Doha from March 13-25. Many proposals to step up protection for co ...More


‘China can't be blamed for tiger poaching'
The Hindu , Saturday, March 27, 2010

China cannot be held responsible for the poaching and poisoning of tigers in India, Minister of State for Environment and Forests Jairam Ramesh said here on Friday. “It is true that there is demand f ...More


‘China can't be blamed for tiger poaching'
The Hindu , Saturday, March 27, 2010

China cannot be held responsible for the poaching and poisoning of tigers in India, Minister of State for Environment and Forests Jairam Ramesh said here on Friday. “It is true that there is demand f ...More


Amitabh to promote ‘Save our Tigers' initiative
Madhur Tankha
The Hindu , Friday, March 26, 2010

The Bollywood icon will lend his face and voice for a series of campaigns by NDTV Actor Amitabh Bachchan signs on a banner, watched by NDTV Executive Chairperson Prannoy Roy (right), during the “Sa ...More


Amitabh to promote 'Save our Tigers' initiative
Madhur Tankha
The Hindu , Friday, March 26, 2010

Bollywood icon Amitabh Bachchan on Thursday announced that he will lend his face and voice to save the majestic tiger from becoming extinct. As ambassador of “Save our Tigers” campaign initiated by ...More


Big B for big cats: Save Our Tigers
Madhur Tankha
The Hindu , Friday, March 26, 2010

NEW DELHI: Bollywood icon Amitabh Bachchan on Thursday announced that he would lend his face and voice to the cause of saving the majestic tiger from becoming extinct. As ambassador of “Save Our Tige ...More


Learn how to conserve wildlife
The Hindustan Times , Friday, March 26, 2010

Mumbaiites can now learn more about wildlife conservation. Tiger Watch, a Ranthambore-based NGO, is organising Whiskers, a two-day seminar on wildlife conservation at the Mahim Nature Park on March 27 ...More


Elephant attacks killed 54 people in last 10 years
Staff Correspondent
The Hindu , Friday, March 26, 2010

Madikeri: The conflict between man and elephant has been a regular worry in Kodagu. Records gathered by The Hindu here show that as many as 54 persons lost their lives in the last 10 years in Kodagu f ...More


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