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Lions: Unsafe in Gir, in peril outside
Himanshu Kaushik
Times of India , Monday, April 16, 2007

BHANDERIYA (BHAVNAGAR): Gujarat's forest department hardly has an intelligence network in Gir and surrounding areas where the lions have wandered off. And when local villagers nabbed suspected poacher ...More


Amur tiger back from the brink
Luke Harding
The Hindu , Monday, April 16, 2007

Moscow: After a century in which its numbers have dwindled to the point of extinction, the Amur tiger, the largest cat in the world, has made an improbable recovery. According to WWF, the tiger's popu ...More


Poachers kill another lion in Gir sanctuary
Manas Dasgupta
The Hindu , Monday, April 16, 2007

Remains found at nearby Bhandariya village · 3 arrested persons gave poaching information · Protest by nature lovers AHMEDABAD: Even as the mystery behind the killing of six lions in the ...More


MP gang admits to killing 2 lions
SIBTE HUSAIN BUKHARI
The Indian Express , Monday, April 16, 2007

RAJKOT/JUNAGADH, APRIL 15 : Remains of Asiatic lions were found buried in the forests near Bhandaria village in Bhavnagar district, over 100 km from Gir Wildlife Sanctuary, on Saturday. Seven person ...More


Poachers kill another lion in Gir sanctuary
Manas Dasgupta
The Hindu , Sunday, April 15, 2007

Remains found at nearby Bhandariya village · 3 arrested persons gave poaching information · Protest by nature lovers AHMEDABAD: Even as the mystery behind the killing of six lions in the ...More


Poaching threatening butterfly species
Lalit Mohan & Charu Chibber
The Tribune , Sunday, April 15, 2007

Patiala April 14 Though news about illegal poaching of tiger and its declining population has been hogging headlines every now and then, many smaller species are also facing a similar bleak future du ...More


Lion poaching: 17 people detained in Bhavnagar city
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Friday, April 13, 2007

Bhavnagar: Seventeen people have been detained in Bhavnagar district of Gujarat in connection with the lion poaching incidents that occurred in Gir sanctuary last month. "Five men and 12 women have be ...More


Tech to be harnessed for Gir protection
Sreenivas Janyala
The Indian Express , Friday, April 13, 2007

AHMEDABAD, APRIL 12 : Closed circuit televisions (CCTVs), Global Positioning System, weapons for guards, special mobile units—conservation and management of Gir National Park and Sanctuary is set to g ...More


Forest Dept presses lion headcount button
Sreenivas Janyala
The Indian Express , Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Ahmedabad, April 10: The State Forest Department has launched a massive exercise to conduct an unofficial census of lions in the Gir National Park and Sanctuary and reserve forests on the periphery. B ...More


Police wait for FSL, DNA reports in Gir poaching
Hiral Dave
The Indian Express , Wednesday, April 11, 2007

RAJKOT, APRIL 10 : Days after several people arrested in connection with the Gir poaching incident were paraded before Chief Minister Narendra Modi, investigating agencies are yet to make a breakthrou ...More


Chambal otter under threat: WWF
Rahul Noronha
The Pioneer , Tuesday, April 10, 2007

...to start conservation programme World Wide Fund for Nature, India, is planning to commission an otter conservation programme in the National Chambal Sanctuary. Speaking to The Pioneer, W ...More


Central probe panel to assess threat to Gir lions
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Waking up to reports that after decimating tigers at Sariska in Gujarat poaching gang are now targeting Gir lions, Ministry of Environment and Forests has set up a probe panel to assess threat to th ...More


Panel to probe lion deaths
Staff Reporter
The Tribune , Tuesday, April 10, 2007

New Delhi, April 9 The Ministry of Environment and Forests has constituted a committee for spot appraisal relating to recurring deaths of lions in and around the Gir National Park and Wildlife Sanctu ...More


Katni tribals held for killing Gir lions
Rahul Noronha
The Pioneer , Monday, April 09, 2007

Forced out of Madhya Pradesh after joint operations by the police and State forest department turned the heat on them, members of the Pardhi community targeted lions in Gir. On Saturday, the Guj ...More


17 lion 'poachers' nailed in Gir
Staff Reporter
Times of India , Monday, April 09, 2007

RAJKOT: So there is a Madhya Pradesh hand behind the killings of lions in Gir. The neighbouring state has been accused in some quarters of sending in poachers into Gujarat to make a case for the shift ...More


Can corporates rescue lions?
Staff Reporter
Times of India , Monday, April 09, 2007

AHMEDABAD: Ashoka Pillar—Republic of India's symbol of power— embodies the lion. But this icon has been systematically hijacked in Gujarat by the same politicians who encourage slogans like, Dekho Dek ...More


Gir poaching probe: Gujarat Govt claims breakthrough
Staff Reporter
The Indian Express , Sunday, April 08, 2007

Junagadh, April 7: The Gujarat Government today claimed a breakthrough in investigations into the two poaching cases in the Gir sanctuary last month. Principal Secretary, Forest and Environment, P N R ...More


Evidence hints at inter-state gang of poachers at Gir
Sibte Husain Bukhari
The Pioneer , Friday, April 06, 2007

Junagadh, April 5: The joint team of Forest and CID (Crime) officials probing the poaching incident in Gir has got a major breakthrough — it has come across evidence suggesting involvement of an inter ...More


Lion claws found in ex-forester's residence
RK Misra
The Pioneer , Friday, April 06, 2007

Even as a three-member Central team is on its way to the poacher beleaguered lion sanctuary of Sasan Gir in Gujarat, the search of the home of a former forester -one of three detained persons- has led ...More


Forest official from Gir transferred
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Friday, April 06, 2007

A senior forest department official, who was incharge of the Gir sanctuary (west range) where two poaching incidents claimed the lives of six Asiatic lions in March, has been transferred, official sou ...More


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