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Panther found dead inside Panna national park
Staff Reporter | Bhopal
The Pioneer , Monday, November 09, 2009

Panna National Park, which is already feeling the heat, after the wipe out of tigers, is once again in the news as the body of a panther has been recovered on Saturday from Raja Baria beat of the park ...More


Malaysia to double Tiger population by next year: Govt
AFP
Times of India , Friday, November 06, 2009

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's deputy premier has announced plans to double the population of the endangered Malayan Tiger through a new initiative to manage and conserve the big cat in its natural environm ...More


Malaysia to double Tiger population by next year: Govt
AFP
The Economic Times , Friday, November 06, 2009

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's deputy premier has announced plans to double the population of the endangered Malayan Tiger through a new initiative to manage and conserve the big cat in its natural environm ...More


Quarter of Zimbabwe's rhinos killed by poachers
REUTERS
The Economic Times , Wednesday, November 04, 2009

HARARE: Zimbabwe has lost about 200 rhinoceroses -- a quarter of its total population -- to rampant poaching over the last three years as security and the economy deteriorated, state media reported on ...More


Quarter of Zimbabwe's rhinos killed by poachers
REUTERS
Times of India , Wednesday, November 04, 2009

HARARE: Zimbabwe has lost about 200 rhinoceroses -- a quarter of its total population -- to rampant poaching over the last three years as security and the economy deteriorated, state media reported on ...More


Russian police boss sacked over poaching in tiger reserve
AFP
Times of India , Wednesday, November 04, 2009

MOSCOW: A senior Russian policeman has been sacked after his officers were accused of illegal hunting in a wildlife reserve designed to help save the rare Siberian tiger, the interior ministry said on ...More


Russian police boss sacked over poaching in tiger reserve
AFP
The Economic Times , Wednesday, November 04, 2009

MOSCOW: A senior Russian policeman has been sacked after his officers were accused of illegal hunting in a wildlife reserve designed to help save the rare Siberian tiger, the interior ministry said on ...More


Russian police boss sacked over poaching in tiger reserve
AFP
The Economic Times , Wednesday, November 04, 2009

MOSCOW: A senior Russian policeman has been sacked after his officers were accused of illegal hunting in a wildlife reserve designed to help save the rare Siberian tiger, the interior ministry said on ...More


Quarter of Zimbabwe's rhinos killed by poachers
REUTERS
The Economic Times , Wednesday, November 04, 2009

HARARE: Zimbabwe has lost about 200 rhinoceroses -- a quarter of its total population -- to rampant poaching over the last three years as security and the economy deteriorated, state media reported on ...More


Hyena dies after taking poachers’ bait at Rajaji park
PNS | Haridwar
The Pioneer , Tuesday, November 03, 2009

The laxity of the authorities towards preventing poaching in protected forest areas was once again exposed when a striped hyena in Rajaji National Park died accidentally after chewing a countrymade ex ...More


World's tigers years away from extinction: Experts
REUTERS
Times of India , Thursday, October 29, 2009

KATHMANDU: Tigers could become extinct in the wild in two decades unless the world ramps up conservation efforts to halt the decline in their population, wildlife experts said on Wednesday. Barely ...More


Tigers fast dying out despite campaigns: Experts
AP
Times of India , Wednesday, October 28, 2009

KATMANDU: The world's tiger population is declining fast despite efforts to save them, and new strategies are urgently needed to keep the species from dying out, international wildlife experts said on ...More


Tigers fast dying out despite campaigns: Experts
AP
The Economic Times , Wednesday, October 28, 2009

KATMANDU: The world's tiger population is declining fast despite efforts to save them, and new strategies are urgently needed to keep the species from dying out, international wildlife experts said on ...More


Centre gives nod to set up task force for Palamu Tiger Reserve
Anupam Rana | Ranchi
The Pioneer , Wednesday, October 21, 2009

The Central Government has given its nod to set up a ‘task force’ to intensify an anti-poaching drive engaging the villagers in the Palamu Tiger Reserve. It is reported that the forest guards prefe ...More


Salman leads Rajasthan sapling drive
Narayan Bareth / Jaipur
The Asian Age , Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Oct. 20: Bollywood star Salman Khan, who had earned the wrath of the Bishnoi community when he landed in trouble in a black buck poaching case in Jodhpur, has now become part of the Green Rajasthan dr ...More


Salman Khan joins Rajasthan’s green drive
Sunny Sebastian
The Hindu , Wednesday, October 21, 2009

JAIPUR: Film star Salman Khan joined the State Government’s ambitious “Harit Rajasthan” (Green Rajasthan) programme on Tuesday by planting a “neem” tree in Jawai Dam area in distant Sumerpur in Pali d ...More


Centre grants State Special Tiger Protection Force
S. Rajendran
The Hindu , Monday, October 19, 2009

Bangalore: Karnataka will have a Special Tiger Protection Force, and Bandipur, which is among the four tiger reserves in the State, will have the benefit of the first such protection force, comprising ...More


Man-animal conflicts take toll on State’s wildlife
Prithviraj Singh | Dehradun
The Pioneer , Monday, October 19, 2009

Wildlife activists in Uttarakhand have less hope about future wildlife richness of the State. According to them, rate of big cats’ killing in the State is much higher than that recorded by the forest ...More


Wildlife institute’s tiger census throws up more surprises
Brig (Retd) C S Thapa
The Pioneer , Monday, October 19, 2009

The latest method of tiger census by Wildlife Institute of India (WII) is throwing up surprises. It was earlier reported that Rajaji National Park had 24 tigers. By photo-mapping, this figure has come ...More


African elephants 'face extinction in 15 years'
London, (PTI):
The Deccan Herald , Sunday, October 18, 2009

The mighty African elephant may become extinct in just 15 years' time due to the illegal ivory trade, unless steps are taken to arrest unrestricted poaching. Poachers slaughter 104 elephants every ...More


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