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Forest dept meet to curb poaching
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Friday, May 19, 2006

The Principal Chief Conservator of Forests (Wildlife) held review meetings spanning over two days with field staff of the police and forest department personnel posted in Chattarpur and Panna district ...More


Vanishing tigers - Act before it is too late
Staff Reporter
The Tribune , Thursday, May 18, 2006

The government’s terse announcement that it would need one more year to complete a census of the tiger population in India only confirms our worst fears – that the tiger is in serious trouble, and its ...More


Tiger count: 1 more yr, says govt; official experts slam census
Jay Mazoomdaar
Indian Express , Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Missing Tiger: Project Tiger-appointed Smithsonian expert questions entire process of counting; delay may endanger tiger further, says former chief NEW DELHI, MAY 16:Last January, when the Ministry ...More


If tomorrow comes
Prerna Singh Bindra
The Pioneer , Tuesday, May 16, 2006

Will the tiger survive its current crisis? Doubtful, says Prerna Singh Bindra The tiger is extinct in Sariska. This is not an isolated tragedy, but an indicator of the problems that plague our bele ...More


Poaching-accused stars to appear in court
Staff Reporter
Mid Day , Tuesday, May 09, 2006

A court in Jodhpur today ordered the personal appearance on May 19 of film stars Salman Khan, Saif Ali Khan, Neelam, Tabu and Sonali Bendre in a black buck poaching case. While ordering the personal ...More


Survey to save peacocks
Our Bureau
Central Chronicle , Monday, May 08, 2006

New Delhi, May 7 The government prepares for a survey of peacocks in the country as their numbers dwindle. The study recommended by the Ministry of Forests and Environment to start in June awaits ap ...More


Forest Department can expect continuous support from judiciary: Cyriac Joseph
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Monday, May 08, 2006

`Forests are our lifelines and people in the cities are now clamouring for more green spaces' Bangalore: Chief Justice of the Karnataka High Court Cyriac Joseph said on Sunday that the judiciary had ...More


Court issues notice to Pataudi in poaching case
Staff Reporter
Times of India , Thursday, May 04, 2006

JHAJJAR: A court here on Thursday issued notice to former cricketer Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi and seven others accused in a case related to the poaching of blackbuck last year. Chief Judicial Magis ...More


Wildlife wing of forest dept to meet annually
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Wednesday, May 03, 2006

In order to streamline activities and share experiences of staff posted in Protected Areas, the wildlife wing of the Forest Department has decided to hold a review meeting of all activities undertaken ...More


Poachers poison tigress in Kanha ,use sambar as bait
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Friday, April 28, 2006

A tigress was found dead near the Mahua Upri camp within the Kariwah circle in the Kanha National Park on Wednesday. The tigress was in the prime of life and no external injuries were found on the bod ...More


Sariska awaits a tiger and a tigress
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Friday, April 28, 2006

Rajasthan Government had sent the proposal for a tiger couple six months back · Sariska authorities have taken steps to check poaching · The project would involve an expenditure of Rs 4 crore ...More


Mangroves protection important for maintaining ecosystem
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Wednesday, April 26, 2006

Inaugurating the National Workshop on Mangroves and Coastal Biodiversity on Tuesday here, Chairman of the Biodiversity Commission of India Dr S Kanniyan stressed on the need to protect the unique and ...More


Devoted to the cause of conservation
Bindu Shajan Perappadan
The Hindu , Friday, April 21, 2006

NEW DELHI: When students of Shri Ram School at Aravali sat down for this special meeting on Thursday morning they knew they had a very important task at hand -- to contribute their bit to save the nat ...More


Notices to forestofficial in Salman case
Staff Reporter
Times of India , Monday, April 17, 2006

RAJKOT/AHMEDABAD: There's more trouble in store for Bollywood actor Salman Khan may wildlife activists issuing a notice to the forest department asking them why no action had been taken in the killing ...More


Protect wildlife, initiate steps to enforce law
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Saturday, April 15, 2006

Now, the antler and skull of a blackbuck that had been buried in the compound of the Thiruvananthapuram Zoo has been dug up and spirited away, in a disturbing development. If even carcasses face such ...More


Leopard skins seized; two held
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Saturday, April 15, 2006

DEHRA DUN: The Hardwar police have arrested two men and allegedly recovered two leopard skins from them. Their ringleader, Ranjit Bangali of Saharanpur, however managed to escape with two more skins. ...More


Salman Khan set free on bail
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Friday, April 14, 2006

JODHPUR: Bollywood star Salman Khan, sentenced to five years' rigorous imprisonment earlier this week for killing a chinkara nearly eight years ago, was granted bail by the Sessions Court here on Thur ...More


Notices to forestofficial in Salman case
Staff Reporter
Times of India , Thursday, April 13, 2006

RAJKOT/AHMEDABAD: There's more trouble in store for Bollywood actor Salman Khan may wildlife activists issuing a notice to the forest department asking them why no action had been taken in the killing ...More


Overuse of pesticides increases mortality rate of peacocks
Bipin Bhardwaj
The Tribune , Thursday, April 13, 2006

Panchkula, April 12 Mortality rate of peacocks has witnessed a drastic increase due to overuse of pesticides by farmers of Haryana in the past over five years. To save the seed from pests and have a ...More


Salman Khan granted bail
Staff Reporter
The Indian Express , Thursday, April 13, 2006

New Delhi, April 13: After spending three days in jail, Salman Khan has been granted bail in the chinkara poaching case by a sessions court in Jodhpur. He is expected to be released by Thursday evenin ...More


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