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Forest official held for poaching
Tribune News Service
The Tribune , Monday, February 09, 2009

Two alert personnel of the Wildlife Department arrested beat officer Des Raj red-handed while poaching in Pong Dam Wildlife Sanctuary in the Haripur area, near Nagrota Surian. Sources said beat offi ...More


Kaziranga tiger deaths causing concern
Staff Reporter
The Assam Tribune , Sunday, February 08, 2009

GUWAHATI, Feb 7 – With nine tiger deaths reported in and around Kaziranga National Park within a short duration, the forest department has found itself under a cloud. What has raised concerns is the f ...More


9 tiger deaths in Kaziranga in 3 months
Naresh Mitra, TNN
Times of India , Friday, February 06, 2009

GUWAHATI: If the disappearance of tigers from Sariska National Park was shocking, this news is absolutely chilling. Authorities at Kaziranga National Park have admitted to the deaths of nine big cats ...More


9 tiger deaths in Kaziranga in 3 months
Naresh Mitra, TNN
The Economic Times , Friday, February 06, 2009

GUWAHATI: If the disappearance of tigers from Sariska National Park was shocking, this news is absolutely chilling. Authorities at Kaziranga National Park have admitted to the deaths of nine big cats ...More


Arrested poachers' could have Sansar Chand links
PTI
The Economic Times , Monday, February 02, 2009

DEHRADUN: The five persons arrested near Jim Corbett National Park with a tiger skin could have links with notorious poacher Sansar Chand and more arrests may be made, Uttarakhand forest department of ...More


Arrested poachers' could have Sansar Chand links
PTI
Times of India , Monday, February 02, 2009

DEHRADUN: The five persons arrested near Jim Corbett National Park with a tiger skin could have links with notorious poacher Sansar Chand and more arrests may be made, Uttarakhand forest department of ...More


Wildlife Dept plan awaits Forest Ministry’s approval
Tribune News Service
The Tribune , Sunday, February 01, 2009

Jammu, January 31 Working swiftly on the Snow Leopard Project approved by the Ministry for Forest and Wildlife, the Department of Wildlife Protection has sent an annual plan of operation to the minis ...More


Sumatran tigers kill Indonesian farmers
AP
Times of India , Saturday, January 31, 2009

JAKARTA, Indonesia: Rare Sumatran tigers increasingly under threat as their jungle habitat shrinks have been blamed for deadly attacks on three Indonesian farmers, including the mauling of a father an ...More


Tiger poaching in Uttarakhand
ANI
The Economic Times , Saturday, January 31, 2009

RAMNAGAR (Uttarakhand): Wildlife authorities in a joint operation with the State Police arrested five poachers and seized tiger skin and bones from their possession at Ramnagar in Uttarakhand. "On ...More


Dist administration helpless in front of tigers
TNN
Times of India , Wednesday, January 28, 2009

BAHRAICH: The terror of tigers has spread in more than half a dozen districts of the state. The slackness of forest employees is the main factor behind it. Now the entire forest machinery is making ef ...More


Poaching for ivory behind reckless killing
TNN
Times of India , Saturday, January 24, 2009

CHANDIGARH: Poaching for ivory was responsible for the deaths of around 100-150 elephants per year during the 1980's and 1990's though this has considerably decreased in the recent years. This was not ...More


Efforts on to save crocodile from extinction
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Thursday, January 22, 2009

Srikakulam: The crocodiles in the Srisailam tiger reserve forest and even in other parts of India had been victims of poaching by smugglers who exported them illegally to countries abroad. The importe ...More


1-man anti-poaching cell exists, but only on paper
Prithviraj Singh | Dehradun
The Pioneeer , Thursday, January 22, 2009

Once considered to be a cornerstone in the fight against wildlife crimes, Uttarakhand Government’s anti-poaching cell is in a shambles. The cell had been reeling under staff scarcity and fund crunch f ...More


Sanctuary status demanded for Dooloong Reserve Forest
CORRESPONDENT
The Assam Tribune , Thursday, January 22, 2009

NORTH LAKHIMPUR, Jan 21 – The conservationist groups of North Lakhimpur have reiterated their long-standing demand for upgrading the Dooloong Reserve Forest of the Lakhimpur district to a sanctuary. T ...More


Leopard skins recovered in bus
TNN
Times of India , Thursday, January 22, 2009

BAHRAICH: Two unclaimed leopard skins costing Rs 64 lakhs in international market have been found in UP State Road Transport Corporation (UPSTC) bus at Rupaidiha town located on UP-Nepal border. The ...More


Leopard electrocuted
TNN
Times of India , Thursday, January 22, 2009

NAGPUR: A fully grown male leopard was electrocuted in Sawangi reserved forest, around 65 kms from Nagpur in Paoni Forest Range in Nagpur Forest Division, highlighting the presence of poachers as well ...More


2 hardcore poachers held
CORRESPONDENT
The Assam Tribune , Wednesday, January 21, 2009

DERGAON, Jan 20 – The forest team of Golaghat Division caught two hardcore poachers from Afalagaon and Kemeri Chapori within the last 24 hours. According to information a team of well equiped staff le ...More


Endangering wildlife
Staff Reporter
The Central Chronicle , Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Several schemes for wildlife conservation are being run and a lot of amount is also being spent on them. But, even after this the wildlife could not be protected properly. Their number is decreasing c ...More


Rare pygmy hog in dire straits
Sivasish Thakur
The Assam Tribune , Tuesday, January 20, 2009

BARNADI (UDALGURI), Jan 19 – A prime wildlife habitat and the last refuge (except Manas National Park) of the critically-endangered pigmy hog and hispid hare, the Barnadi Wildlife Sanctuary presents a ...More


Pigeon deaths: Poaching suspected
TNN
Times of India , Sunday, January 18, 2009

AMRELI: About 50 pigeons were found dead in a farm on the outskirts of Fatehgadh village of Dhari taluka on Saturday morning. The birds were allegedly poached illegally by a hunter duo, who escaped. ...More


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