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Scheme to plant trees on roadsides
G. Anand
The Hindu , Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Headload workers to assist in Forest Department initiative „h Planting of trees to be completed over three years „h Centre hails proposal for National Forest Protection Force Thiruvanant ...More


Rogue‘Laden’ killed
Sivasish Thakur
Assam Tribune , Sunday, December 17, 2006

GUWAHATI, Dec 16 – ‘Laden’, the ‘rogue’ elephant that had been terrorizing villagers in Sonitpur district for four years was shot dead at the Behali Tea Estate around 7-20 am today. The conservation f ...More


Perils for tiger: Habitat destruction, poaching
Staff Reporter
Central Chronicle , Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Bhopal Today Team Bhopal, Dec 12: Tiger population is declining due to habitat destruction and illegal poaching. The Government of India had passed a Wild Life (Protection) Act in 1972 to control th ...More


Forest guards awarded for saving the tiger
Divya Sama
Indian Express , Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Mumbai, December 11: Tigers may be an object of fear among villages in the back waters of Sunderban in West Bengal, but for forest guards who risk their lives saving both man and animal, they mean mor ...More


Missing tigers: CBI says can’t file chargesheet till we net all accused
Raman Kirpal
Indian Express , Monday, December 11, 2006

New Delhi, December 10: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), probing the disappearance of tigers from the Sariska reserve which was first reported by The Indian Express, says it can’t file charg ...More


Rhino poachers nabbed, arms recovered
Staff Reporter
Assam Tribune , Monday, December 11, 2006

From Our Correspondent BOKAKHAT, Dec 10 – Acting on a tip-off, a team of Forest officials headed by DFO Utpal Borah of Kaziranga National Park arrested three poachers and recovered some arms includi ...More


Combating wild life crimes
Staff Reporter
Central Chronicle , Sunday, December 10, 2006

Bhopal, Dec 9: As part of 'Save Tiger Campaign' the Regional Museum of Natural History (RMNH), which is situated at Paryavaran Parisar, E-5, Arera Colony organised a guest lecture on Saturday on the s ...More


Combat wildlife crime: Seminar
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Sunday, December 10, 2006

Inspector General of Forests (Wildlife), Ministry of Environment & Forests, R.B. Lal said that wild life is extincting due to illegal trade, poaching and habitat destruction. He said this while speaki ...More


River dolphin facing extinction
Sivasish Thakur
Assam Tribune , Sunday, December 10, 2006

GUWAHATI, Dec 9 – The Gangetic river dolphin (Platanista gangetica), known as shihu in Assamese, is on the verge of getting wiped out – thanks to hunting, accidental killing, habitat loss and food sho ...More


Seismic survey threatens dolphins
Staff Reporter
The Telegraph , Saturday, December 09, 2006

Guwahati, Dec. 8: The Assam forest department will write to the Union ministry of environment and forests on the probable impact of the seismic survey being carried out by Oil India Limited (OIL) on G ...More


NGO's bid to conserve forests, wildlife in Baksa dist
Staff Reporter
Assam Tribune , Thursday, December 07, 2006

From Our Correspondent MUSHALPUR, Dec 6 – Pratiddhani, an NGO with its head office at Barama, has come forward with a step to protect the forest and wildlife in and around Uttarkuchi area in Baksa d ...More


Poachers give us the slip, say forest officials
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Wednesday, December 06, 2006

...Forest officials to be provided with training along with sophisticated arms and ammunition to tackle professional poachers In a meeting of forest officials on Monday about the rampant poaching, ...More


Crime Branch to probe elephant deaths
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Wednesday, December 06, 2006

Disturbed over rampant poaching of elephants and involvement of professional hunting tribes from Arunachal Pradesh and poacher gangs from the North East, the State's Forest Department has requested th ...More


Rs 1 lakh compensation given to crocodile victim's family
Rajesh Behera
The Pioneer , Tuesday, December 05, 2006

Kendrapara The Forest Department has provided compensation of Rs 1 lakh under Wildlife Protection Act, 1972 to the family members of 33-year-old woman Chhaila Parida, wife of Sarbeswar Parida of Ba ...More


Concern over dip in sea turtle population
R. Vimal Kumar
The Hindu , Sunday, December 03, 2006

Increased fishing activities, poaching to blame ON THE DECLINE: Sea turtles, the pride of the Gulf of Mannar. Tuticorin: Decline in sea turtle population in the Gulf of Mannar over the years is ...More


Mission: Big cat rescue in Bhopal
Staff Reporter
The Tribune , Saturday, December 02, 2006

As part of the Save Tiger campaign, a lecture series was organised at the Regional Museum of Natural History on Friday. Former Director of Indian Institute of Forest Management and former Vice-Chancel ...More


After tigers, poachers eye elephants
Anurjay Dhal
The Pioneer , Friday, December 01, 2006

The death of two elephants in Hinjikila Forest area in Sundargarh and another in Ghatagaon in Keonjhar has sounded an alarm for the forest department as elephant poaching is on the rise in the State. ...More


Wildlife Crime Control Bureau in Kochi likely
G. Anand
The Hindu , Thursday, November 30, 2006

Forest Minister gets Centre's nod in this regard Thiruvananthapuram: The southern unit of the Wildlife Crime Control Bureau (WCCB) proposed by the Union Government to protect tigers and other endang ...More


3-pronged initiative to save tiger
Staff Reporter
The Tribune , Thursday, November 30, 2006

New Delhi, November 29 In its first-ever meeting held today, the recently constituted National Tiger Conservation Authority proposed three initiatives for tiger reserve states, including the formatio ...More


Balikuda-Ersama coastline boon for migratory birds
Kahnu Nanda
The Pioneer , Wednesday, November 29, 2006

Jagatsinghpur The Balikuda-Ersama coastline and its surrounding mangrove forest area have thousands of fascinating winged visitors these days. Since the first week of November birds from foreign ...More


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