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Two held for poaching wild pig
Ramesh Susarla
Times of India , Monday, July 14, 2008

From Vazhikkadavu range in the Nilambur forests Five kilos of pork and country-made rifle recovered MALAPPURAM: Forest officers arrested two men for poaching wild pig in the Nilambur forest on Sa ...More


Dudhwa rated second best tiger reserve in country
Neha Shukla
Times of India , Monday, July 14, 2008

LUCKNOW: Dudhwa is one of the best managed tiger reserves in the country. The latest assessment by Project Tiger has placed the reserve on second spot, after Kanha in Madhya Pradesh. The assessment re ...More


Dwindling tiger numbers, a cause for concern at Rajaji
Prithviraj Singh
The Pioneer , Sunday, July 13, 2008

Even as Rajaji National Park celebrates its silver jubilee, tiger population in this wildlife habitat has been dwindling steeply in the last 7-8 years, for reasons yet to be discovered, feel the Rajaj ...More


Tigers migrating from Rajaji’s western section
Rakesh Lohumi
The Indian Express , Saturday, July 12, 2008

Dehradun, August 11: The western section of Rajaji National park has seen a decline in its tiger population over the last three years. According to officials, the number of tigers in this section has ...More


‘Create green belt on Chamundi Hills’
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Friday, July 11, 2008

Government is planning to take up works at a cost of Rs. 50 crore MYSORE: Environmentalists in Mysore have urged the Government to be cautious before taking up infrastructure development works, a ...More


South China tigers teeter on brink of extinction
Staff Reporter
Times of India , Thursday, July 10, 2008

YIHUANG, China: Dragging on a cigarette between his wrinkled lips, Hou Fengqi fingered a dusty bamboo bow and rusty iron-tipped arrows, before recounting his days as a "tiger hunting hero" in the rugg ...More


Poachers on the prowl, tiger reserves on high alert
Neha Sinha
The Indian Express , Wednesday, July 09, 2008

New Delhi, July 8: Days after the Government’s first-ever translocation programme was launched to introduce the big cats at Sariska, poachers are back at it again—this time at the Jim Corbett Tiger Re ...More


Deer skin seized from minister's farmhouse
Staff Reporter
Times of India , Monday, July 07, 2008

PUNE/SATARA: State forest officials have seized the half-burnt skin, bones and other remains of a chinkara from the farmhouse of state minister for transport and tribal development Dharmarao Baba At ...More


Carcass of beheaded 'tiger' found
Mazhar Ali
Times of India , Sunday, July 06, 2008

CHANDRAPUR: A beheaded and skinned carcass of an animal, suspected to be that of a tiger, was found in Sindewahi forest range under North Chandrapur Forest Circle of Maharashtra on Saturday morning. ...More


Poachers back in action at Mudumalai
Staff Reporter
Times of India , Sunday, July 06, 2008

UDHAGAMANDALAM: After six years of silence in the Nilgiris forest, poachers have struck again, killing a 12-year-old tusker near Thorapalli, about three km from the Mudumalai Tiger Reserve. “This ...More


Second tiger to be shifted to Sariska
Staff Reporter
Times of India , Friday, July 04, 2008

JAIPUR: In a bid to revive the big cat population in the Sariska reserve, one more tiger will soon be airlifted from Ranthambore to the reserve. Chief Wildlife Conservator of Sariska reserve R N M ...More


Climate champion Agastya heads for China
Staff Reporter
Times of India , Friday, July 04, 2008

MUTHATHI (Karnataka): He is just 17, but tackling climate change and transforming poachers into forest guards to conserve the environment makes more sense to Agastya Muthanna than cramming for his C ...More


Nepal's tiger population plummets
Staff Reporter
Times of India , Thursday, July 03, 2008

KATHMANDU: Hit by rampant poaching and a rocketing trade in organs, the number of tigers is plummeting in Nepal, that once boasted of the third-largest population of the big cats, a government survey ...More


‘Forest Department neglecting wildlife’
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Wednesday, July 02, 2008

PALAKKAD: The Wildlife Protection Society of India (WPSI) and environmental organisations have accused the Forest Department of neglecting the protection of wildlife. Naelliampathy Nature Society act ...More


‘Forest Department neglecting wildlife’
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Wednesday, July 02, 2008

PALAKKAD: The Wildlife Protection Society of India (WPSI) and environmental organisations have accused the Forest Department of neglecting the protection of wildlife. Naelliampathy Nature Society act ...More


India's endangered rhino battles for survival
Staff Reporter
Times of India , Tuesday, July 01, 2008

GUWAHATI: India's one-horned rhinoceros faces an uncertain future in the country's northeast, its main home, because of unending poaching and shrinking of the habitat so vital for the animal's surviva ...More


Sariska gets a tiger
Sunny Sebastian
The Hindu , Sunday, June 29, 2008

— Photo: Gopal Sunger New arrival: The three-year-old male tiger that was brought to the Sariska reserve in Rajasthan. SARISKA (Rajasthan): The tiger has landed, at last. After a gap of four ye ...More


Tiger flies 200km to Sariska
RAKHEE ROY TALUKDAR
The Telegraph , Sunday, June 29, 2008

Jaipur, June 28: The tiger has landed in Sariska at last. In an air force helicopter. After three long and barren years, Sariska regained its stripes as a tiger reserve today, carrying out what exper ...More


Sariska gets a tiger to start a new chapter
Neha Sinha
The Indian Express , Sunday, June 29, 2008

Four-year-old male weighing 220 kg is airlifted from Ranthambore to an enclosure in Sariska Sariska, June 28:At 1.12 pm on Saturday, it stretched, walked the ground of Sariska, and then turned around ...More


After 4 years, Sariska gets a tiger
Anindo Dey,TNN
Times of India , Sunday, June 29, 2008

A male tiger after being shifted to Sariska National Park in Rajasthan. (TOI Photo) More Pictures SARISKA (ALWAR): Sariska almost missed its date with history. Around 3 in the ...More


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