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Poaching: Salman gets bail after six days in jail
Staff Reporter
Indian Express , Saturday, September 01, 2007

A roaring crowd greeted actor Salman Khan when he arrived at his Bandra residence on Friday night after a six-day stint in a Jodhpur jail. The actor, who avoided waiting media and fans by entering t ...More


National park to save bison
Staff Reporter
Assam Tribune , Tuesday, August 28, 2007

AGARTALA, Aug 27 – A part of the Trishna Wildlife Sanctuary, the home of the endangered bison, would soon be declared as a national park, Tripura Forest Minister Jiten Chowdhury said. The State Go ...More


Poaching, floods plague Kaziranga
Nava Thakuria
The Statesman , Saturday, August 11, 2007

AS if the rhino poaching was not bad enough, now the monsoon fury has contributed to bringing Kaziranga National Park into the media glare worldwide. This famous habitat for the endangered one-horned ...More


Kaziranga gets back NGO saviour
PULLOCK DUTTA
The Telegraph , Wednesday, August 08, 2007

Guwahati, Aug. 7: When two rhinos die in Kaziranga National Park on an average every month, Anwaruddin Choudhury is the last person to develop a thick hide. Choudhury’s NGO, The Rhino Foundation for ...More


Wildlife activists: Pressure China
OUR CORRESPONDENT
The Asian Age , Saturday, August 04, 2007

New Delhi, Aug. 3: Calling pro-tiger farming experts "hired assassins", wildlife conservationists have demanded international pressure on China, which they say is putting lives of tigers around the gl ...More


Give wildlife a chance, pleads Zubeen
Staff Reporter
The Assam Tribune , Friday, August 03, 2007

BOKAKHAT, Aug 1 – State singing sensation Zubeen Garg along with 50 other celebrated artistes of the State today appealed to the people to safeguard wildlife and stop killing them at a rally which sta ...More


SRK turns wildlife conservationist !
Staff Reporter
The Statesman , Monday, July 23, 2007

NEW DELHI, July 22: While other celebrities are doing their bit for the environment, talking about global warming or posing as caged animals, Shahrukh Khan will be doing his bit telling the country ab ...More


Wildlife protection gets a boost in Nagarahole, Bandipur parks
Shankar Bennur
The Hindu , Thursday, July 19, 2007

MYSORE: The decision to close the Nagarahole and Bandipur national parks for visitors for a whole month — from July 1 to 31— seems to have benefited the managements of the two parks in working out new ...More


PM told tiger figures inflated, is concerned
YOJNA GUSAI
The Asian Age , Thursday, July 19, 2007

New Delhi, July 18: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has been informed that the last tiger census figures were "exaggerated" at various levels and it will not be possible to ascertain them. For the first ...More


Tigers under threat in Nagarahole and Bandipur
Sharath S. Srivatsa
The Hindu , Tuesday, July 17, 2007

BANGALORE: The fragile tiger population in Nagarahole and Bandipur could be under threat. The notorious Katnny gang of poachers from Madhya Pradesh are reportedly moving around in the vicinity of the ...More


PM for ‘Tiger Protection Force’
Sandeep Joshi
The Hindu , Friday, July 13, 2007

Call to relocate 270 villages in core areas in sanctuaries States told to fill vacancies for frontline staff NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has asked authorities involved in tiger conse ...More


KNP guards gun down poacher
Staff Reporter
The Sentinel , Thursday, July 12, 2007

Guwahati, July 11: Forest guards last night gunned down a poacher during an encounter inside the Kaziranga National Park (KNP). Official sources said the encounter took place between the guards and a ...More


Forest Department stepping up vigil
V.S. Palaniappan
The Hindu , Monday, July 09, 2007

Focus is on exchanging information Coimbatore: The Forest Department of Tamil Nadu has decided to coordinate the works with their counterparts in Kerala and Karnataka to protect forest wealth. Coim ...More


Population of tigers shrinks fast in Orissa
Rabindra Nath Choudhury
The Asian Age , Saturday, July 07, 2007

Bhubaneswar, July 6: The tiger population in Orissa is fast shrinking. Of the 192 big cats in 2004, only about 80 survive, a survey conducted by Wildlife Institute of India disclosed. The WII in Dehr ...More


Poachers kill another rhino in Kaziranga
Staff Correspondent
The Sentinel , Friday, July 06, 2007

Guwahati, July 5 : An endangered one-horned rhino was killed by poachers inside the Kaziranga National Park, the eighth such beast to have been slaughtered so far this year, officials said. A wildlife ...More


Foresters wary of using GPS sets
Staff Reporter
Times of India , Friday, June 29, 2007

NAGPUR: They can assist tracking of the movement of wild animals, prepare spatial maps of forests, and even help reduce poaching. But several global positioning system (GPS) sets available with ...More


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


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