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Gir also a thoroughfare!
Himanshu Kaushik
Times of India , Wednesday, March 21, 2007

SASAN: If one has to travel from Visavadar to Talala in Junagadh district by a regular highway, one would have to go through Bilkha and Mendarda to reach Talala,which is at least 130 km away. Instead, ...More


Rajasthan Government failed to check poachers: CAG
Special Correspondent
The Hindu , Tuesday, March 20, 2007

"Lack of monitoring led to reduction in the population of tigers" JAIPUR: The Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) has indicted the Rajasthan Government for its "complete failure" in controlling po ...More


Joint patrolling to check smuggling, poaching in forest areas: Minister
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Tuesday, March 20, 2007

To be undertaken by officials of Tamil Nadu, Kerala Nagercoil: The Government has decided to undertake joint patrolling in the forest areas of the district in order to prevent the smuggling of sanda ...More


Mystery still prevails over how lionesses were poached
Himanshu Kaushik
Times of India , Monday, March 19, 2007

BABARIYA RANGE (UNA): The question about 'how' the lionesses in this range of Gir Sanctuary were poached last month is intriguing for both — the investigators as well as the people living in the vicin ...More


Protected species: 39, census for 4, rest: No one’s counting
Sreenivas Janyala
The Indian Express , Thursday, March 15, 2007

Ahmedabad, March 14: While the poaching incident at Gir Sanctuary has drawn attention to the threat that the lion - the most protected animal in the State - faces, the status quo on others species is ...More


Wildlife officials seize 8 elephant tusks, nab 3
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Thursday, March 15, 2007

After the Forest Department and Crime Branch officials in a daring undercover operation had recovered more than 14 kg of ivory and leopard skins worth Rs 50 lakh in Bhubaneswar, officials of Baripada ...More


Tiger reserves: CAG reveals irregularities
Special Correspondent
The Hindu , Wednesday, March 14, 2007

· Inadequate provision of funds · Report placed in Assembly Guwahati: Inadequate provision of funds, non-release of funds by both the Central and Assam governments and diversion of emergency ...More


'Forest tree felling should be stopped to save Simlipal tigers'
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Tuesday, March 13, 2007

While the entire country, including the Prime Minister is concerned over plummeting population of tigers, the Orissa forest department has officially undertaken a disastrous exercise to destroy valuab ...More


Letting Gir ‘guard’ down has opened doors to poaching
Staff Reporter
The Indian Express , Tuesday, March 13, 2007

GANDHINAGAR,MARCH 12: Two incidents at Gir lion sanctuary — the poaching of three lions last week, and the death of two cubs who fell into a well after a chase — might just be symptoms of an ailment t ...More


An insider hand in glove with Gir poachers?
Sreenivas Janyala
The Indian Express , Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Ahmedabad, March 12: IS it an inside job? That is what the forest department seems to think so in the lion poaching cases. The CID (Crime) which has been entrusted with investigation, a couple of days ...More


Letting Gir guard down has opened doors to poaching
Staff Reporter
The Indian Express , Monday, March 12, 2007

Gandhinagar, March 11: Two incidents at Gir Lion sanctuary — the poaching of three lions last week, and chasing of two cubs to death in a well last month—- might just be symptoms of an ailment that ha ...More


Kandhamal poachers operate with Arunachal tribals
Staff Reporter |
The Pioneer , Thursday, March 08, 2007

The wild animal skin mafia operating in Kandhamal district has spread its network up to Arunachal Pradesh. This is evident after the Kandhamal district police nabbed two poachers near Baliguda and sei ...More


Poachers find many roads to Gir
Staff Reporter
The Indian Express , Wednesday, March 07, 2007

Poachers find many roads to Gir Express News Service Rajkot, March 6: With seven highways, as many roads and pilgrimage routes passing through it, Gir sanctuary may be providing ‘refuge’ to ...More


In first for Gir, two lionesses, cub killed; forest officials say poachers at work
SIBTE HUSAIN BUKHARI
The Indian Express , Tuesday, March 06, 2007

JUNAGADH, MARCH 5 : Two lionesses and a cub were killed by poachers inside the protected area of the Gir sanctuary, forest department officials said on Monday. They say this is the first time it has ...More


A free run for poachers at Sasan Gir lion sanctuary
RK Misra
The Pioneer , Tuesday, March 06, 2007

Even as regional chauvinism is preventing Gujarat from parting with the Asiatic lion, poachers seem to be having a free run at the lone abode of the king of the jungle in the broader confines of the l ...More


Poachers kill 3 Gir lions, rip away claws
Staff Reporter
Times of India , Tuesday, March 06, 2007

RAJKOT: Poachers struck with a vengeance in Gir sanctuary by killing three Asiatic lionesses and escaping with their claws, skulls and bones in Babaria range of the sanctuary. This came to light even ...More


GPS to track deer at Guindy National Park
Vani Doraisamy
The Hindu , Saturday, February 17, 2007

CHENNAI: When the annual deer census begins at the Guindy National Park in the first week of May, high-tech means will be used to track the deer population. The Wildlife department will make extensi ...More


Bear cub smuggling racket busted
Nidhi Mittal
The Pioneer , Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Two 12-15 week-old bear cubs were rescued and two persons were arrested in the Hussaingunj area near Fatehpur, UP, in a first of its kind joint anti-poaching operation by the Uttar Pradesh Forest Depa ...More


A royal roar from the village well
N. Rahul
The Hindu , Monday, February 12, 2007

Villagers rescue tiger; forest officials gear up against poaching NALLAMALA: The roar of a tiger that was in troubled water shook the village community near Marripalem of Dornal mandal in Prakasam ...More


WII study indicates a good density of tigers in Panna
Rahul Noronha
The Pioneer , Thursday, February 08, 2007

In what can be perceived as a vindication of the beleaguered State Forest Department, the Wildlife Institute of India (WII), conducting the assessment of census findings of tigers and their prey base ...More


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