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Concern over happenings in Project Tiger areas
Special Correspondent
The Hindu , Friday, June 29, 2007

JAIPUR: Shrinking habitats and a sharp decline in the number of tigers in the country’s Project Tiger sanctuaries came in for appraisal at a two-day all-India meeting of field directors of tiger reser ...More


Meet on how tigers, humans can co-exist
YOJNA GUSAI
The Asian age , Wednesday, June 27, 2007

New Delhi, June 26: Field directors of country’s tiger reserves are meeting in Rajasthan for chalking out strategies for effective co-existing techniques between the big cats and human population as t ...More


Veerappan-type gangs stalking in State forests
Staff Reporter
Deccan Herald , Sunday, June 24, 2007

Forest officials may have heaved a sigh of relief at the death of dreaded sandalwood smuggler Veerappan, but it seems they’ll have to soon reckon with new Veerappan-like poaching gangs spreading their ...More


Veerappan-type gangs stalking in State forests
Staff Reporter
Deccan Herald , Sunday, June 24, 2007

Forest officials may have heaved a sigh of relief at the death of dreaded sandalwood smuggler Veerappan, but it seems they’ll have to soon reckon with new Veerappan-like poaching gangs spreading their ...More


Blood on the tracks in reserved forests
Prerna Singh Bindra
The Pioneer , Thursday, June 21, 2007

The death of a tiger by a train accident near Dolong tea estate in Falakata, north West Bengal on Tuesday shocked the nation. However, death on the tracks which crisscross forests have become routine ...More


Winged visitors find a warm home in Barama
Our Correspondent
The Assam Tribune , Tuesday, June 19, 2007

MUSHALPUR, June 17 – One who cares for the avian population facing threat of extinction can heave a sigh of relief at the sight of a huge number of herons at Barama in Baksa district these days. The a ...More


Poaching rampant in Idukki estates
K.S. Sudhi
The Hindu , Monday, June 18, 2007

Many eateries in Idukki district sell game meat KOCHI: Estates that have been closed down or converted into tourist cottages in Idukki are fast becoming the hunting ground for wild animals. ...More


Recurrent floods threaten survival of rhinos
Our Correspondent
The Assam Tribune , Sunday, June 17, 2007

GOLAGHAT, June 16 – The great Indian one-horned rhinoceros which is the pride of India in general and Assam in particular is facing a serious threat from the occurrence of recurrent floods. The specie ...More


India seeks action against wildlife trade
Statesman News Service
The Statesman, , Saturday, June 16, 2007

NEW DELHI, June 15: India has called upon the world to take more conscious and concerted action at regional, national and trans-national level in their efforts to regulate trade in wildlife. India h ...More


India for ban to continue on trade of body parts of tigers
Staff Reporter
The Sentinel , Tuesday, June 12, 2007

New Delhi, June 11 : With poaching of tigers causing an alarming situation here, India will press the international community to oppose China’s demand for lifting of ban on trade in body parts of the ...More


Forest dept to rehabilitate traditional poachers
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Saturday, June 09, 2007

... to wean them from hunting by providing alternative sources of livelihood Already under criticism for the decline in the number of tigers, as reported in the Wildlife Institute of India census, ...More


Cabinet approves buffer zone for Silent Valley
Special Correspondent
The Hindu , Thursday, June 07, 2007

To be carved out from Attappady, Mannarkkad, Kalikavu ranges THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Cabinet approved a proposal for the formation of a buffer zone for Silent Valley National Park on Wednesday. ...More


Forest Dept failed to utilise money meant for Gir lions
ABHISHEK KAPOOR
Indian Express , Thursday, June 07, 2007

GANDHINAGAR, JUNE 6: Facing the heat of poaching incidents that saw at least eight Asiatic lions dead in Gir Wildlife Sanctuary in March, the State Government had decided to rope in the private sector ...More


Forest protection force proposal under study
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Tuesday, June 05, 2007

194 wild animals have fallen prey to poachers in last two years, says Chief Minister BHUBANESWAR: As many as 194 wild animals have been poached by hunters in different forests of Orissa during the l ...More


Tigers census in 4 states
Staff Reporter
The Central Chronicle , Tuesday, June 05, 2007

Bhopal, June 4: On May 23, 2007 ,Indian wild life institution issued preliminary data of tigers census made in four states , MP, Rajasthan , Maharashtra and Chhatisgarh respectively. These data are re ...More


Cabinet gives green signal for wildlife crime control bureau
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Friday, June 01, 2007

Amid alarms raised over dwindling wildlife population, the Centre has decided to set up a multidisciplinary bureau to combat illegal animal trade in the country. A meeting of the Union Cabinet chai ...More


China not to lift ban on trade in tiger parts
PTI
The Asian Age , Friday, June 01, 2007

Beijing, May 31: Stunned by vigorous protests, including from Indian conservationists, China has decided not to lift a 14-year-old ban on trade in tiger parts. Chinese forestry officials said the gov ...More


How urbanisation watered down the natural wealth
P. Oppili
The Hindu , Tuesday, May 29, 2007

CHENNAI : Chennai and its suburbs once boasted of over 100 small and big waterbodies. A majority of them have been gradually destroyed due to a combination of hectic urbanisation and anthropogenic int ...More


Corporates' help for conserving lions
Staff Reporter
Times of India , Friday, May 25, 2007

GANDHINAGAR: Corporate houses based in Gujarat offered the Gujarat government assistance in conserving the Asiatic Lion, even as the government tried to convey the message that the situation arising o ...More


Fall in tiger population: census
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Friday, May 25, 2007

NEW DELHI: There has been a drop in the tiger population in Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan, according to preliminary Tiger census figures released by the Wildlife Institute of ...More


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