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Sariska shut to check poachers
Chetan Chauhan
Hindustan Times , Tuesday, August 09, 2005

For the first time since it was declared a wildlife sanctuary in 1955, the Sariska Tiger Reserve has been closed till September end. Officially, the reason cited is the onset of monsoons, but forest d ...More


An elephantine problem for SEBs
SUROJIT MAHALANOBIS
Times of India , Monday, August 08, 2005

NEW DELHI: The state electricity boards (SEBs) now onwards will have to apply guard spikes on poles to discourage elephants from rubbing against them. The Central Empowered Committee (CEC) of the Supr ...More


Strict steps to curb poaching
Staff Reporter
Central Chronicle , Monday, August 08, 2005

Jabalpur, Aug 7 Looking at the rise in poaching activities in the State, the State Government has launched a special drive recently to curb such illegal activities.While forest officials have been ins ...More


Poachers try to kill rhino in Assam zoo
Staff Reporter
The Asian age , Friday, August 05, 2005

Guwahati, August 4: In what may be an indicator of increasing threat to wildlife in Assam, a gang of miscreants attempted to poach a rhino in the Assam State Zoo premises by electrocuting the animal. ...More


With 100 tigers gone, Task cut out
Prerna Singh Bindra
The Tribune , Friday, August 05, 2005

When the Tiger Task Force hands over its report to the Prime Minister on Friday evening, Dr Manmohan Singh might like to ponder over the fact that in the past year, India has lost at least 60 tigers. ...More


Task force report today
Staff Reporter
Hindustan Times , Friday, August 05, 2005

THE TIGER Task Force constituted to recommend ways to check the poaching of tigers will submit its report to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Friday. Sunita Narain of the Centre for Science and Env ...More


Tiger skin, bones seized from police van in Assam sanctuary
JAY MAZOOMDAAR
The Indian Express , Tuesday, August 02, 2005

Four policemen, escorting alleged poacher near Sonai-Rupai sanctuary, suspended; magisterial probe ordered, cop connivance not ruled out JAY MAZOOMDAAR NEW DELHI, AUGUST 1: The forest st ...More


Tiger NGO suggests public private partnership
Staff Reporter
Deccan Herald , Monday, August 01, 2005

An NGO, which got three persons convicted in a record time of two-and-half years for killing tigress ‘Sita’, has suggested building a partnership between voluntary bodies and forest officials to comba ...More


Four peacocks die of suspected poisoning
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Monday, August 01, 2005

Gwalior, July 31 Four peacocks have been found dead under mysterious circumstances in Madhya Pradesh. The dead birds found in a village in Gwalior-Chambal region included three males and a female. ...More


Deepak Lal: Saving the tiger
Deepak Lal
Business Standard , Thursday, July 21, 2005

Creating market-based incentives will help. “Tiger! Tiger! Burning bright In the forests of the night What immortal hand or eye Could frame thy fearful symmetry” It is worth repeating Wil ...More


Tiger census reports to be probed
Staff Reporter
Deccan Herald , Thursday, July 21, 2005

Did the big cats really exist in national parks of Rajasthan or the census reports always exaggerated figures. Confounded by the latest report of the Tiger Task Force, the state goverment is now going ...More


Whale shark meat recovered
P. Oppili
The Hindu , Thursday, July 21, 2005

The whale shark was washed ashore near Kovalam off East Coast Road on Monday CHENNAI: Wildlife officials have seized 350 kg of whale shark meat and bone from the Kasimedu fish market on Tuesday. ...More


Sansar Chand in police custody
Staff Reporter
Central Chronicle , Monday, July 18, 2005

Jaipur, July 17 Sansar Chand, India's most notorious wildlife criminal, was remanded to police custody in Jaipur till July 24. He is the main accused in the recovery of over a 150 panther parts in J ...More


Sansarchand may be brought to Bhopal
Staff Reporter
Central Chronicle , Sunday, July 17, 2005

Bhopal, July 16 The Special Task Force (STF) team will bring Sansarchand to Bhopal. There are at least nine cases related to smuggling of wildlife parts registered against Sansarchand in the state. In ...More


Leopard in peril
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Saturday, July 16, 2005

The report in The Pioneer on Friday that leopards are disappearing faster than tigers in India confirms an apprehension that has been haunting all concerned with wildlife preservation in the country f ...More


Runaway poachers hide in web jungle
AYSWARIA VENUGOPAL
The Telegraph , Saturday, July 16, 2005

Net threat New Delhi, July 15: Those looking to buy a tiger skin to sleep on or a live gorilla for their private zoo need only a few clicks of the mouse to seal the transaction. One reason why stop ...More


The challenge of saving India's tigers
Aarti Dhar
The Hindu , Thursday, July 07, 2005

The average age of a forest guard is 53 years; he is unarmed and lacks basic equipment. THE MONSOON has set in and the real challenge of saving tigers from poachers in the country's vast jungles has ...More


Nagaland bans hunting of wild animals
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Thursday, July 07, 2005

KOHIMA: All types of hunting, poaching and trading of wild animals have been banned throughout Nagaland through an order passed by the Deputy Commissioner of Dimapur. Official sources said here on W ...More


The challenge of saving India's tigers
Aarti Dhar
The Hindu , Thursday, July 07, 2005

The average age of a forest guard is 53 years; he is unarmed and lacks basic equipment. THE MONSOON has set in and the real challenge of saving tigers from poachers in the country's vast jungles has ...More


Alarming fall in NE elephant population
Sivasish Thakur
The Assanm Tribune , Monday, July 04, 2005

GUWAHATI, July 3 – The elephant population of the State and the North East, at the receiving end of a worsening man-elephant conflict, is increasingly finding itself pushed to the brink. A traditional ...More


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