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Kerala's elephants facing mammoth problems
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Thursday, November 03, 2005

Elephants in Kerala are facing mammoth problems with man-animal conflict on the rise. Kerala has nearly 800 captive elephants and over 2,000 wild elephants in its forests. Captive elephants are f ...More


Poachers turn saviours in Manas Park
Syed Zarir Hussain
The Pioneer , Wednesday, November 02, 2005

Former poachers and militants are now custodians of a famed tiger reserve in Assam that is preparing to celebrate its centenary year in December. The 519 sq km Manas National Park, also a tiger res ...More


Wildlife Crime Bureau in three months: Minister
staff Reporter
The Hindu , Thursday, October 27, 2005

Move to check poaching of endangered animals TIRUCHI: A Wildlife Crime Bureau, a Central investigative agency on the lines of the Narcotics Control Bureau, would be set up within the next three mont ...More


Police, Forest Dept raid house of poachers' accomplice
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Saturday, October 22, 2005

A joint team of Sehore Forest Department and police staff on Friday raided the residence of Yuvraj Singh, accused of providing shelter to the poachers who were arrested on Thursday afternoon by the Se ...More


DNA to check wildlife crimes
Staff Reporter
Central chronicle , Tuesday, October 18, 2005

Thiruvananthapuram, Oct 17 In a high-tech initiative to tackle wildlife crimes, a premier research institution is evolving a method to apply DNA analysis to preserve fingerprints of endangered species ...More


Gangs of poachers active in national parks near Mysore
R. Krishna Kumar
The Hindu , Monday, October 17, 2005

Increase in number of anti-poaching camps and strengthening them may help end menace · Organised gangs of small-timers on the prowl · Resource crunch hits Forest Department · Many vacancie ...More


Genetic data to boost wildlife crime probe
Staff Reporter
Central Chronicle , Monday, October 17, 2005

Thiruvananthapuram, Oct 16 Forest officials in the State may soon have access to a powerful technology to investigate wildlife crimes and crackdown on poaching. The Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Biotechnolo ...More


Rs.2.04-cr. sanction for tiger sanctuary
P. Sudhakar
The Hindu , Monday, October 17, 2005

To preserve forest wealth within Kalakkad-Mundanthurai Tiger Reserve TIRUNELVELI: As a token of recognising measures being taken to preserve the forest wealth within Kalakkad-Mundanthurai Tiger ...More


Genetic data to boost wildlife crime probe
T. Nandakumar
The Hindu , Sunday, October 16, 2005

RGCB, Forest Department plan a joint venture THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Forest officials in the State may soon have access to a powerful technology to investigate wildlife crimes and crackdown on poach ...More


Six arrested on charges of poaching
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Sunday, October 16, 2005

MYSORE: Six persons suspected to be involved in poaching were caught by officials of the Forest Department near Nagarahole National Park in the early hours of Saturday. According to sources, the for ...More


Rajiv Gandhi centre and Forest Department plan a joint venture in Kerala
T. Nandakumar
The Hindu , Sunday, October 16, 2005

Genetic data to boost investigation into wildlife crimes in the State THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Forest officials in the State may soon have access to a powerful technology to investigate wildlife crimes a ...More


This poacher’s network wiped out Sariska tiger
SANDIPAN SHARMA
The Indian Express , Friday, October 14, 2005

JAIPUR OCTOBER 13: A Few days ago when forest officials of Rajasthan held 27-year-old Kalya Bawaria in a village near Sikar, they thought he was among the dozen-odd poachers who had wiped out the tige ...More


In Sunderbans, sharks get tiger treatment
Joydeep Thakur
The Asian Age , Friday, September 16, 2005

Kakdwip (South 24 Pa-rganas), Sept. 15: Tigers are disappearing and elephants are being hunted for their ivory. In Sunderbans, another wildlife threat looms large. An investigation by this newspaper h ...More


Govt wakes up after wildlife seizures
CHANDRIKA MAGO
Times of India , Tuesday, September 13, 2005

NEW DELHI: At a time when conservationists have reported a major wildlife seizure in Nepal, the Centre has decided to call a meet of police chiefs and chief wildlife wardens of all states with interna ...More


Govt wakes up after wildlife seizures
CHANDRIKA MAGO
Times of India , Tuesday, September 13, 2005

NEW DELHI: At a time when conservationists have reported a major wildlife seizure in Nepal, the Centre has decided to call a meet of police chiefs and chief wildlife wardens of all states with interna ...More


Cache of wildlife organs seized
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Monday, September 12, 2005

Closed on heels of seizure of a huge quantity of wildlife organs from different parts of Kandhamal and Boudh districts, forest officials in Berhampur on Saturday seized at least three kg of porcupine ...More


Posting of ex-servicemen as foresters pay off
Rahul Noronha
The Pioneer , Saturday, September 03, 2005

The Forest Department's decision to engage ex-servicemen and deployment of additional vehicles for patrolling in wildlife reserves of Madhya Pradesh seems to be paying off. Nearly a month after ...More


Forest officials, police chalk out plans to halt poaching
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Thursday, August 25, 2005

The Forest department and State police officials chalked out a strategy to fight against the criminals involved in the killing animals. The issues of decreasing number of tigers and bringing Sansar Ch ...More


Tigers don't need company
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Friday, August 19, 2005

The report of the Tiger Task Force of the Government of India that was submitted to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh recently provides fresh confirmation, if any were needed, that the biggest threat to t ...More


Officials fighting against all odds to save the tiger
Sharat S. Srivatsa
The Hindu , Tuesday, August 09, 2005

Poor infrastructure and low morale bog down staff in the field · Funds for procuring rations for staff in anti-poaching camps have not been received for the last two years · Diesel and mainte ...More


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