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Call to conserve forest wealth
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Monday, May 30, 2005

YERCAUD: The district administration and residents should join hands to conserve forest reserves, the Social Welfare Minister, Vijayalakshmi Palanisamy, said. Participating at the valedictory functi ...More


Bengal Tiger faces an empty stomach
Prasanta Paul
Deccan Herald , Thursday, May 26, 2005

If poaching of the big cat in Sariska and other national parks has hogged the limelight, triggering concern from Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh, an entirely different ‘edition’ of poaching is increa ...More


After tigers, govt focus shifts to vultures
Staff Reporter
Times of India , Thursday, May 26, 2005

NEW DELHI: The environment ministry officials will spend Thursday in a day-long, closed-door meeting discussing how best to save not just the tiger but also the vulture. What is arguably called the ti ...More


Stop tigers poaching: PM
Agencies
Central Chronicle , Wednesday, May 25, 2005

Ranthambhore, May 24 Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today said strict actions were needed to check poaching of tigers. He also stressed on evolving a long-term strategy for reducing human pressure on f ...More


‘Lady of the Lake’ obliges PM
Staff Reporter
The Tribune , Wednesday, May 25, 2005

Ranthambhore, May 24 A tigress called ‘Lady of the Lake’ walked into view barely 15 minutes after Prime Minister Manmohan Singh embarked on a safari inside Ranthambhore National Park today. Dr Manm ...More


Safari a success, PM sees tiger in the wild
Staff Reporter
Times of India , Wednesday, May 25, 2005

RANTHAMBORE: On a mission to save the tiger, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh went on a safari in the Ranthambore National Park on Tuesday and spotted a tigress from a distance of about five feet. As the ...More


Tiger’s trail
Our Bureau
The Indian Express , Wednesday, May 25, 2005

The prime minister has spoken. But the tiger needs more than soundbites By personally visiting India’s largest and most high-profile tiger sanctuary — Ranthambhore — Prime Minister Manmohan Singh ...More


Man spots big cat, cubs in 'not-found' zone
Lokpal Sethi
The Pioneer , Wednesday, May 25, 2005

Lokpal Sethi/ Ranthambhore (Swai Madhopur) Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Tuesday had an "encounter" with a tiger at this National Park. Accompanied by wife Gursharan Kaur, Mr Singh visited th ...More


Distress calls
PANKAJ SEKHSARIA
The Hindu , Sunday, May 22, 2005

It is not just the tiger, but also the elephant, the turtle, the dolphin, the wetland, the ... facing a bleak future. A look at the crisis facing Indian wildlife. "All of us in India should be co ...More


New tiger census methods for MP
Staff Reporter
Times of India , Saturday, May 21, 2005

BHOPAL: Amidst fresh steps to end poaching and to correct flaws in census procedures, a comprehensive evaluation system of tiger population is being worked out by integrating conventional pugmark trac ...More


New tiger census methods for MP
Agencies
Central Chronicle , Saturday, May 21, 2005

Bhopal, May 20 Amidst fresh steps to end poaching and to correct flaws in census procedures, a comprehensive evaluation system of tiger population is being worked out by integrating conventional pugma ...More


Red alert in tiger reserves
Staff Reporter
The Tribune , Saturday, May 21, 2005

New Delhi, May 20 Prime Minister Manmohan Singh might be able to sight a tiger, if he is lucky, when he visits Ranthambore Tiger Reserve on May 23 to keep his date with big cats and to review the sit ...More


If you're a big cat, you're better off in Tamil Nadu
Vani Doraisamy
The Hindu , Saturday, May 21, 2005

Tiger taskforce commends "innovative practices" · Local communities involved in conservation · Fewer tiger deaths, tiger parts seizures · Felling of trees for firewood cut by 95 per cent ...More


Local communities must protect tigers: task force
Special Correspondent
The Hindu , Friday, May 20, 2005

Kerala approach stands as a model for all tiger reserves where Project Tiger shows excellent results NEW DELHI: The Tiger task force has recommended involvement of the local communities in the prote ...More


Governance reform for India's forests
Mihir Shah
The Hindu , Friday, May 20, 2005

The Scheduled Tribes (Recognition of Forest Rights) Bill 2005 reaches out to the Adivasi communities and seeks to make them active protectors of the forest, while strengthening their livelihood poss ...More


Tiger conservation failed on several fronts
Staff Reporter
Times of India , Friday, May 20, 2005

NEW DELHI: Tiger conservation has failed on several fronts due to highly organised international poaching networks, lack of professional law enforcement and increasing hostility of local communities, ...More


41 sharks killed in Sunderbans
ANINDA SARDAR
The Indian Express , Friday, May 20, 2005

KOLKATA, MAY 19: West Bengal’s forest officials said today that they had seized carcasses of 41 sharks from the Sunderbans last night that were killed by poachers—the consignment was headed for Kolkat ...More


Tiger task force blames state govt for Sariska
Staff Reporter
The Indian Express , Friday, May 20, 2005

.NEW DELHI, MAY 19: The tiger task force set up by the PM today said the state government was to blame for the disapearance of tigers from Sariska and that tiger conservation strategies have failed on ...More


Tiger my passion
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Friday, May 20, 2005

. These kids know it and now they want their elders to be as aware. 'Tigers are dying. Save them, save the natural water resources - save yourself,' they say As we embark on a new journey of re- ...More


Tigers roaring in Panna, officials tell CM
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Friday, May 20, 2005

Chief Minister Babulal Gaur, in a meeting held to review the working of the five Project Tiger Reserves of the state, gave a clean chit to the Forest Department as far as the management of the state's ...More


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