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Five-year jail term for Salman Khan
Special Correspondent
The Hindu , Tuesday, April 11, 2006

Court holds him guilty of killing rare animal; lawyer says he will appeal against verdict JAIPUR: Bollywood star Salman Khan was sentenced to five years' rigorous imprisonment by a court in Jodhpur ...More


Salman convicted in black buck case
Staff Reporter
Times of India , Monday, April 10, 2006

JODHPUR: Bollywood actor Salman Khan was on Monday convicted by a local court in the sensational black buck poaching case. Along with Salman, another person was also convicted but four others were ...More


Salman convicted in black buck case
Staff Reporter
Indian Express , Monday, April 10, 2006

Jodhpur, April 10: Bollywood actor Salman Khan was today convicted by a local court in the sensational black buck poaching case. Along with Salman, another person was also convicted but four others ...More


Poaching case: Salman found guilty
Staff Reporter
Hindustan Times , Monday, April 10, 2006

Salman Khan was on Monday convicted by a local court in the sensational black buck poaching case. Along with Salman, another person was also convicted but four others were acquitted by Chief Judicial ...More


Witnesses of peacock poaching case
Aditi Tandon
The Tribune , Sunday, April 09, 2006

Chandigarh, April 8 A day after Punjab Wildlife Department booked Gunraj Singh, former wildlife warden of Hoshiarpur, for poaching the latter has accused the authorities of “conspiring to silence him ...More


Forest Commission report calls for corporate funding of degraded forests
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Saturday, April 01, 2006

Opening its doors wide open for private sector's role in management of natural resources, the National Forest Commission report calls for corporate funding for revival of degraded forest. It also want ...More


Corbett tiger deaths could be due to poisoning
Lalit Kumar
Times of India , Wednesday, March 29, 2006

NEW DELHI: Four female Royal Bengal tigers have died, including two this month, at the well known Jim Corbett National Park in Uttaranchal, and Project Tiger officials suspect two of them could have b ...More


Village women save big cats
Staff Reporter
Deccan Chronicle , Monday, March 27, 2006

New Delhi, March 26: Tiger conservationists in the country have found assistance from local women of areas around some of the tiger reserves. These determined women are giving a tough fight to tiger h ...More


Tigresses' death in Corbett not due to poaching: Govt
Staff Reporter
Times of India , Thursday, March 23, 2006

NEW DELHI: The Centre has denied poaching as cause of death of three tigresses one each in January, February andMarch of the Corbett National Park. Besides, it is unsure about the most recent death of ...More


Lady killer on the prowl, officials howl
Prerna Singh Bindra
The Pioneer , Wednesday, March 22, 2006

Corbett loses fourth tigress in 60 days ---- Corbett lost a tigress on March 17. That's the fourth big cat in the last two months at the tiger reserve in Uttaranchal. The event is reminis ...More


Staff crunch makes toothless tigers of anti-poaching drives
Shankar Bennur
Deccan Herald , Saturday, March 18, 2006

Ever wondered why anti-poaching drives in Bandipur and Nagarhole National Parks are not usually as effective as they ought to be? Ever wondered why anti-poaching drives in Bandipur and Nagarho ...More


The long wait for a wildlife service
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Saturday, March 18, 2006

The Centre's plan to set up a wildlife crime bureau for the country to check poaching and cross-border trade needs to be implemented with utmost urgency. An emergency situation prevails in the nationa ...More


For poachers, money flies in with birds
Rajesh Behera
The Pioneer , Thursday, March 16, 2006

Migratory birds flock to Bhitarakanika National Park every year during August and leave for their permanent homes in March. During this period, poachers manage to trap and kill some of the winge ...More


New hunting policy smeared with blood?
Ramaninder K Bhatia
Times of India , Tuesday, March 14, 2006

CHANDIGARH: The state government decision to allow hunting of neelgai (blue bull) and wild boars in select areas to prevent crop damage has enraged animal lovers. Accusing the state government of ...More


Forest officials shoot bison, trigger protests by villagers
Suchetana Haldar
The Indian Express , Friday, March 10, 2006

Kolkata, March 9: AT a time when wildlife conservation occupies prime importance, a bison was shot down by forest department officials in Cooch Behar, triggering fierce protests from villagers. Acco ...More


Hunting of wild boars, blue bulls allowed
Lalit Mohan
The Tribune , Wednesday, March 08, 2006

Gurdaspur March 7 Under pressure from the lobby of hunters, the Punjab Government has allowed hunting of endangered species of blue bull and wild boars. A notification in this regard was issued by th ...More


Wayanad forests lure animals from nearby parks
Lalit Mohan
The Pioneer , Wednesday, March 08, 2006

With the summer heat picking up, the Wayanad forests in Kerala have started attracting wildlife from the adjoining national parks in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu, forcing Forest authorities to step up ant ...More


Tibet lifeline for vanishing tigers
Staff Reporter
The Telegraph , Tuesday, March 07, 2006

New Delhi, March 6 (Reuters): The Dalai Lama has thrown a lifeline to India’s dwindling tiger population after an emotional appeal to outlaw the trade in animal skins provoked an extraordinary reactio ...More


Rhino relocation
Prabal Kr Das
The Assam Tribune , Monday, March 06, 2006

Years after the rhino population of Manas National Park was wiped off, finally a female rhino has arrived from distant Kaziranga. The animal was rescued during a flood and later hand reared; a rare fe ...More


No tigers in Sariska, Rajasthan govt admits
Staff Reporter
The Indian Express , Saturday, March 04, 2006

JAIPUR, MARCH 3: The Rajasthan government today conceded in the Assembly that there are no tigers left in the Sariska reserves and their numbers have fallen drastically in the Ranthambhore reserves ov ...More


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