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On Environment Day, city gets green hope
Staff Reporter
The Indian Express , Monday, June 06, 2005

Pune, June 5: On World Environment Day, Maharashtra has taken a vow to protect the 8,000 hectare forest cover in and around Pune and make it much greener. And as a first step, the State will implement ...More


Poaching: Wildlife dept in a tight spot
Staff Reporter
Times of India , Monday, June 06, 2005

PANCHKULA: The lack of manpower and proper infrastructure coupled with pressure from the influential people have made keeping track of poachers a difficult task for the district wildlife department he ...More


Centre agrees for CBI probe into tiger poaching
Staff Reporter
Deccan Herald , Monday, June 06, 2005

The Union government said that a census of the tiger population in reserves will also be conducted using ‘camera trapping’ and counting pug marks. The Centre has favourably responded to the Karna ...More


Tiger booked for 'hunting' deer
VIJAY SINGH
Times of India , Monday, June 06, 2005

NEW DELHI: After actor Salman Khan, it's former cricket captain Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi who is embroiled in a controversy for allegedly poaching deer and rabbits, protected under the Wildlife (Protec ...More


A first: Environment now on Left agenda
Sagnik Chowdhury
The Indian Express , Monday, June 06, 2005

Kolkata, June 5: The state government has finally woken up to the environment. Chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee became the first CM to make an appearance during the World Environment Day celebra ...More


Poaching cloud over Pataudi
Staff Reporter
The Indian Express , Monday, June 06, 2005

CHANDIGARH, JUNE 5: Former Indian cricket captain Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi seems to be in a tight spot with the Jhajjar police recovering carcasses of a deer and two rabbits besides two guns and 50 ca ...More


Rhinos set to follow tigers’ way in Orang National Park
Staff Reporter
The sentinel , Monday, June 06, 2005

Orang, June 4 (PTI): After tigers, it is now the turn of endangered one-horn rhinos to sound the alarming bells. The Orang National Park, only home to these endangered species on the northern side of ...More


Salman Khan, Satish Shah appear before Jodhpur court
Staff Reporter
Hindustan Times , Sunday, June 05, 2005

Bollywood actors Salman Khan and Satish Shah, accused in the 1998 black buck poaching case, on Saturday appeared before a local court in Jodhpur and denied their involvement in the killing of protecte ...More


Spot the tiger
SRIDEVI PILLAI
Spot the tiger , Sunday, June 05, 2005

The Sariska incident may be `the biggest wake up call in the country's conservation history'. A reality check on World Environment Day that falls on June 5. THE hunting grounds of the erstwhi ...More


Rhinos in danger
Orang
The Pioneer , Saturday, June 04, 2005

After tigers, it is now the turn of endangered one-horn rhinos to sound the alarming bells. The Orang National Park, only home to these endangered species on the northen side of Brahmaputra, is in a s ...More


Tribals & tribulations
P. Devarajan
The Hindu Business Line , Friday, June 03, 2005

Tribals have to be given a better life outside the parks as otherwise, there will not be any forest or animals left. The ST Bus from Amravati dropped me at Harisal in the Melghat Tiger Reserve at on ...More


State tigers to be shifted to Sariska?
B S Arun
Deccan Herald , Thursday, June 02, 2005

Wildlife activist Valmik Thapar says the Centre’s proposal should be examined very carefully as tigers are very sensitive to new places. Will tigers from southern India, especially those from ...More


Tiger alarm at Writers
STAFF REPORTER
The Telegraph , Thursday, June 02, 2005

Calcutta, June 1: The ghost of dwindling tiger counts has visited Writers’ Buildings.Alarmed at reports of rampant poaching in Sariska and several other reserves, the chief minister, also the chairman ...More


CM’s crucial ‘save tiger’ meet today
Staff Correspondent
The Indian Express , Thursday, June 02, 2005

Kolkata, June 1: West Bengal may not be the state where poaching of tigers has assumed colossal proportions but Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee is, nevertheless, not taking any chances. Followi ...More


CID Forest Cell to acquire gadgets to check poaching
K.V. Subramanya
The Hindu , Thursday, June 02, 2005

The Centre has sanctioned Rs. 50 lakhs to the cell to purchase two thermal imaging cameras · Unmanned aerial vehicle and spotter scopes to be acquired · GPS receivers and digitised maps to be ...More


Delhi hub of animal parts trade
Staff Reporter
Hindustan Times , Wednesday, June 01, 2005

Is Delhi fast turning into a trading ground for protected wildlife? If the recent seizure by the wildlife department of the Delhi Police is taken into account, this might well be true. Delhi governmen ...More


Animals Return To ‘Born Free’ Wildlife Park
Meera Selva
The Statesman , Wednesday, June 01, 2005

MERU (Kenya), May 31. — Meru, the Kenyan national park where Joy Adamson released the lioness Elsa into the wild, is filling up with animals again after decades of poaching and banditry destroyed the ...More


Fishing in the troubled waters of Pench
P. Devarajan
The Hindu Business Line , Tuesday, May 31, 2005

Wild dogs and gaur at the Pench Tiger Reserve. — Kishore Rithe Pench (Maharashtra) THE temperature was above 44 degrees Celsius at 5.30 p.m. as we drove in our Gypsy past Totladoh into the Pench T ...More


Vasundhara refutes Congress charges
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Tuesday, May 31, 2005

`First let them seek permission. Why will we say no if they ask' JAIPUR: Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje on Monday refuted the Congress allegation that the State Government was not giving p ...More


A new dawn
Prerna Singh Bindra
The Pioneer , Tuesday, May 31, 2005

An unlikely team of ex-poachers and foresters conserving a ravaged Manas forest on a war-footing. And the rhinos are back after a 15-year-haitus notes --- Prerna Singh Bindra Budhesar Bora is a di ...More


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