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Poacher who killed Gir lions held, handed over to CID
PTI
The Economic times , Saturday, July 18, 2009

KATNI (MP): An accused, wanted in connection with the 2007 killings of lions at Gujarat's Gir Sanctuary, abode to Asiatic Lions, was nabbed, forest officials said. "Daru alias Dora Pardi was arres ...More


House okays wildlife protection amendment Bill
Staff Reporter
The Assam Tribune , Friday, July 17, 2009

GUWAHATI, July 16 – The State Assembly today passed the Wildlife (Protection) (Assam Amendment) Bill-2009, incorporating more stringent provisions to check wildlife crimes, including life term for ...More


Nine elephant poaching cases reported in three years
PTI
Times of India , Wednesday, July 15, 2009

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Nine cases of elephant poaching have been reported in the last three years in Kerala, according to state forest minister Binoy Viswam. In all, 23 persons were arrested and seve ...More


Corbett park begins Operation Monsoon
Rajendra S Markuna | Haldwani
The Pioneer , Tuesday, July 14, 2009

The Corbett Tiger Reserve administration and Forest officials have launched Operation Monsoon to check illegal activities like poaching, wood smuggling during the rainy season when tourism is restri ...More


Cong walks out over decline in tiger population
Staff Reporter | Bhopal
The Pioneer , Tuesday, July 14, 2009

The opposition Congress in the Madhya Pradesh Assembly on Monday shouted slogans and staged a walkout over the issue of illegal poaching of tigers and decline in the population of the big cat. Oppo ...More


Forest Department’s drive to check offences
Special Correspondent
The Hindu , Monday, July 13, 2009

COIMBATORE: The Department of Forests is carrying out to a drive to check offences in the Pollachi forests. This follows a tip off by the Q Branch Police to the department about some gangs from Ma ...More


Manpower shortage hits Forest dept
Staff Reporter
The Assam tribune , Saturday, July 11, 2009

GUWAHATI, July 10 – With poachers operating with increasing dexterity and sophistication, the absence of trained manpower has emerged as a debilitating constraint for the Forest Department to tackle w ...More


Poaching of rare snake goes unchecked
P Neelima , TNN
Times of India , Saturday, July 11, 2009

CHITTOOR: At a time when wildlife enthusiasts are crying foul over the dwindling population of rare species of birds, reptiles and animals from the vast tracts of forests in Andhra Pradesh, here comes ...More


Forest department, green activists differ on poaching cases
PNS | Rishikesh
The Pioneer , Thursday, July 09, 2009

The rise in frequency of persons being caught with pelts and body parts of poached animals in Terai region is being considered an indicator of precarious condition of wildlife by local environmental ...More


Woman poacher sentenced to five years RI
The Economic Times , Thursday, July 09, 2009

NEW DELHI: A court in Uttar Pradesh has sentenced a woman poacher to five year rigorous imprisonment and a fine of Rs 25,000 in a 16-year-old tiger poaching case. Fifty-five-year-old Dilipo was se ...More


Woman poacher sentenced to five years RI
PTI
Times of India , Thursday, July 09, 2009

NEW DELHI: A court in Uttar Pradesh has sentenced a woman poacher to five year rigorous imprisonment and a fine of Rs 25,000 in a 16-year-old tiger poaching case. Fifty-five-year-old Dilipo was se ...More


No tiger at Puppalguda
Staff Reporter
The hindu , Wednesday, July 08, 2009

HYDERABAD: Police and Forest department officials searched the Puppalguda and surrounding areas extensively on Monday and Tuesday after some locals said that they saw a tiger moving in the locality. ...More


'Rampant' killing of tigers by poachers, says govt
PTI
The Economic Times , Wednesday, July 08, 2009

NEW DELHI: The government admitted that there was "rampant" killing of tigers in the country and said the big cats have became locally extinct in Sariska and Panna Reserves mainly due to poaching. ...More


'Rampant' killing of tigers by poachers, says govt
PTI
Times of India , Wednesday, July 08, 2009

NEW DELHI: The government admitted that there was "rampant" killing of tigers in the country and said the big cats have became locally extinct in Sariska and Panna Reserves mainly due to poaching. ...More


Floods threatening KNP rhino habitat
Upen Dutta
The Assam Tribune , Tuesday, July 07, 2009

GOLAGHAT, July 6 – The Indian one-horned rhinoceros which is the pride of India in general and Assam in particular is facing serious threat from the annual floods. The species was once abundant ...More


SPTF personnel to safeguard tigers
Staff Reporter | Bhopal
The Pioneer , Monday, July 06, 2009

To control the decline in population of tigers, Madhya Pradesh Forest department is planning to appoint personnel from the Special Tiger Protection Force for safeguarding the big cat population at Kan ...More


Madhya Pradesh sets up special force to protect tigers
IANS
The Economic Times , Sunday, July 05, 2009

BHOPAL: With its tiger population dwindling sharply over the last two years, a worried Madhya Pradesh government will deploy a Special Tiger Protection Force in its three tiger reserves of Kanha, Band ...More


Madhya Pradesh sets up special force to protect tigers
IANS
Times of India , Sunday, July 05, 2009

BHOPAL: With its tiger population dwindling sharply over the last two years, a worried Madhya Pradesh government will deploy a Special Tiger Protection Force in its three tiger reserves of Kanha, Band ...More


Gujarat offers hefty sum to shift out of Gir
IANS
Times of India , Friday, July 03, 2009

GANDHINAGAR: The Gujarat government is planning to shift some 100 families of the Maldhari community living inside the sprawling Gir National Park as part of a project to resettle these herdsmen outsi ...More


Gujarat offers hefty sum to shift out of Gir
IANS
The economic times , Friday, July 03, 2009

GANDHINAGAR: The Gujarat government is planning to shift some 100 families of the Maldhari community living inside the sprawling Gir National Park as part of a project to resettle these herdsmen outsi ...More


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