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Tiger, tiger burning bright in the Sunderbans
Staff Reporter
Deccan Herald , Wednesday, May 04, 2005

At a time when India is facing its worst tiger crisis ever, the mangrove forests of the Sunderbans are teeming with the magnificent carnivore. The riverine island of Sunderbans harbour the highest ...More


More lions in Gir
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Monday, May 02, 2005

GANDHINAGAR, April 30. — There are 359 lions in Gir, known as the “last abode of the Asiatic Lion,” according to the latest census, an increase of 32 since the last one four years ago. The break-up is ...More


Act on petition to save tigers, SC asks Centre
Legal Correspondent
The Tribune , Monday, May 02, 2005

New Delhi, May 1 Concerned over the disappearance of tigers from sanctuaries like Sariska in Rajasthan and considerable fall in their population in other reserve forests, the Supreme Court has direct ...More


Tiger resource centre coming up in Bhopal
Deccan Herald , Sunday, May 01, 2005

A tiger resource centre, part of regional natural history museum, is coming up here and it will act as a nodal point for research and studies in issues related to tiger conservation. This centre will ...More


Tigers close to extinction: Indian expert group
Staff Reporter
The Indian Express , Saturday, April 30, 2005

New Delhi, April 29: The head of India's new task force, fighting to save the nation's dwindling stock of tigers, said on Friday the big cats were on the verge of extinction, because of rampant poachi ...More


Tiger task force seeks action plan to deal with poaching
Staff Reporter
Times of India , Saturday, April 30, 2005

NEW DELHI: The task force on tigers agrees the crisis facing the animal is serious. One of the members of the task force, Samar Singh, was blunt in his criticism of the way tiger conservation had ...More


Staff shortage, lack of weapons hit conservation
R. Vimal Kumar
The Hindu , Friday, April 29, 2005

TUTICORIN: Inadequate field staff and lack of sophisticated weapons as well as boats are hampering the efforts to check coral mining and poaching in the Gulf of Mannar Marine National Park. Created in ...More


MPs form tiger caucus, to meet PM by weekend
Staff Reporter
The Indian Express , Thursday, April 28, 2005

NEW DELHI, APRIL 27 : Even before a Parliamentary Standing Committee slammed the Ministry of Environment and Forests on April 22 for failing to check growing incidences of poaching, Jyotiraditya Scind ...More


MPs’ forum on tiger meets minister
Staff Reporter
The Statesman , Thursday, April 28, 2005

NEW DELHI, April 27. — A meeting of all field directors of tiger reserves and Chief Wildlife Wardens of states will be convened in early May to discuss the measures that need to be taken to enhance th ...More


Tracking down of tigers begin
Staff Reporter
Central Chronicle , Wednesday, April 27, 2005

Chennai, April 26 In preparation for the 'Tiger' census, which will commence later this year, the Tamil Nadu Wild Life department has commenced the task of tracking down the wild cats in the State tig ...More


Forest officials seek sanctuary for Black Bucks
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Wednesday, April 27, 2005

ERODE: The Sathyamangalam Forest officials have asked the Tamil Nadu Government to grant permission for the formation of a "Black Buck (deer) sanctuary" in the Sujilkarai forest area at Sathyamangalam ...More


Concern over disappearance of tigers
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Tuesday, April 26, 2005

NEW DELHI: The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Science and Technology and Environment and Forests has expressed concern over the sudden disappearance of tigers from the Sariska Tiger Reserve in Ra ...More


Alert against tiger poachers
Vani Doraisamy
The Hindu , Sunday, April 24, 2005

CHENNAI: The Forest Department has sounded an alert in all national parks and wildlife sanctuaries in the State against tiger poachers. The vigil has been stepped up after a Project Tiger Steering Com ...More


Man vs elephant: Orissa's growing trauma
Prafulla Das
The Hindu , Sunday, April 24, 2005

BHUBANESWAR: As the Orissa Government began a three-day exercise on Saturday to count the wild elephants in the State, a prominent wildlife organisation warned that the very survival of the wild pachy ...More


Alert sounded against tiger poachers
Vani Doraisamy
The Hindu , Sunday, April 24, 2005

CHENNAI: The Forest Department has sounded an alert in all national parks and wildlife sanctuaries in the State against tiger poachers. The vigil has been stepped up after a Project Tiger Steering Com ...More


Big cats vanish from Jharkhand forest
Nityanand Shukla
The Pioneer , Saturday, April 23, 2005

If the census reports are to be believed, the wildlife, particularly the tiger is in danger in Jharkhand. The census report says that the population of tigers, cheetals, sambhars, ass and other animal ...More


Anti-poaching camps in more forest ranges
Ignatius Pereira
The Hindu , Friday, April 22, 2005

KOLLAM: The successful performance of the anti-poaching camp located deep inside a forest location at Upper Moozhiyar, coming under the Goodrikal Range, has made the Forest Department think on the lin ...More


Tiger resource centre on anvil in MP
Staff Reporter
Central Chronicle , Thursday, April 21, 2005

BHOPAL: With the objectives of focussing on tiger conservation, research- ing on the Carnivore and providing ready access to publications and web sites on the animal, the city-based Regional Museum of ...More


Poachers nabbed with animal traps, antlers
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Thursday, April 21, 2005

In a major crackdown against poaching in the areas adjoining the Panna National Park, the Police and Forest Department arrested more than half a dozen persons and seized animal merchandise, traps, wea ...More


Elephant census to begin from May 5
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Thursday, April 21, 2005

The exercise will also greatly help in conservation efforts · The number of wild elephants in the country is 27,600 · The number in Karnataka is estimated at 6,000 · Mortality rate in the Sta ...More


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