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Centre not in favour of CBI probe into all tiger reserves
Staff Reporter
Hindustan Times , Thursday, May 19, 2005

The Centre is not inclined at present to initiate a CBI probe into the rapidly vanishing tiger population in the Project Tiger reserves and national parks allegedly due to poaching and mismanagement b ...More


Tiger crisis: Have we done enough to check poaching?
CHANDRIKA MAGO
Times of India , Thursday, May 19, 2005

NEW DELHI: India's seriousness in saving its wildlife will be judged internationally by how quickly it can put in place one specialised agency to act against poachers. It promised to do so six years a ...More


Number of tigers at Dudhwa park goes up
Shahira Naim
The Tribune , Thursday, May 19, 2005

Lucknow, May 18 There is welcome news from the Dudhwa National Park. If the preliminary report of the tiger count is to be believed, the number of tigers in the reserve may have gone up from the 110 ...More


Corbett staff on alert against poachers
Ranjana Narayan
The Pioneer , Thursday, May 19, 2005

She lies unmoving in the thicket, her bright orange and black stripes visible through the dense green foliage. As she raises her majestic head to give a lazy growl, the fascinated tourists sitting a ...More


Roar like a tiger, Mr Prime Minister
VALMIK THAPAR
The Indian Express , Wednesday, May 18, 2005

As Manmohan Singh sets out to visit Ranthambhore National Park, a few suggestions on how he can save the first among equals in the animal kingdom. It was in early March that the Prime Minister expr ...More


Poachers make hay as water sources dry up
Ashutosh Mishra
The Pioneer , Wednesday, May 18, 2005

The acute drinking water crisis in various parts of the state is affecting not only people, but is also spelling doom for animals. With water sources in the forests drying up, the normally shy animals ...More


411 tigers gone in 5 years, admits Govt
Prerna Singh Bindra/ Yoga Rangatia
The Pioneer , Wednesday, May 18, 2005

The Government has woken up perhaps too late to the tiger crisis. In an affidavit to the Supreme Court, the Centre said that 411 tigers have vanished from across the country from 1999 to 2003. O ...More


Forest Guard held for killing deer
Staff Reporter
The Tribune , Wednesday, May 18, 2005

Hoshiarpur, May 17 A barking deer calf was allegedly killed by a forest guard in the forests of Chack Sadhu area of Hoshiarpur district. Forest Guard Ranjodh Singh and his accomplice Harpreet Singh ...More


Poaching is rampant in Maharashtra, UP: Centre
Staff Reporter
Times of India , Wednesday, May 18, 2005

NEW DELHI: Echoing the concern expressed by PM Manmohan Singh and the Supreme Court on missing tigers, the Centre's affidavit before the SC said poaching was rampant particularly in Uttar Pradesh and ...More


Tiger in peril
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Wednesday, May 18, 2005

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's convening of a meeting of senior Central and State wildlife officials at Ranthambhore on May 23, is heartening for two reasons. The first is the choice of the venue whi ...More


Panna National Park's director transferred
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Wednesday, May 18, 2005

The State Government on Tuesday finally transferred Panna National Park Field Director Sanjay Mukharia. He has been shifted as Conservator in the PCCF office at Bhopal. Mr Mukharia had been in the mid ...More


Drop in tigers may trouble Bihar
Staff Reporter
Times of India , Wednesday, May 18, 2005

PATNA: Bihar may bring in more bad news when India begins its elaborate tiger census in a few months. The state's officials are struggling to account for its missing big cats. The Valmiki national par ...More


Concerned over missing tigers, Man calls meeting
Lokpal Sethi
The Pioneer , Tuesday, May 17, 2005

Concerned with the declining number of big cats in various tiger reserves of the country, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has convened a meeting of senior Central and state wildlife officials at Sariska ...More


Bihar may be new tiger trouble spot
Imran Khan
Hindustan Times , Tuesday, May 17, 2005

Bihar may bring in more bad news when India begins its elaborate tiger census in a few months. The state's officials are struggling to account for its missing big cats.The Valmiki national park in Wes ...More


Sale of quail meat, poaching on Wildlife officials donít care two hoots
Varinder Singh
The Tribune , Monday, May 16, 2005

Jalandhar, May 15 It may come as a rude shock to wildlife lovers. Not only Japanese quails are being poached and their meat sold illegally in northern part of the country on a large scale, but the me ...More


Foreigner for tiger census in state
Adhir Kumar Saxena
Deccan Herald , Monday, May 16, 2005

Bhopal, May 15 The Government of India has decided to carry out census of Tigers in Madhya Pradesh through a five member committee that will include foreign wild life experts. The census would start b ...More


The endangered tiger
Staff Reporter
The Assam Tribune , Monday, May 16, 2005

Many among us seem to have become used to the perception that nothing really matters when it comes to the countryís wildlife and environment. Others have found this very notion to be a green signal to ...More


New dimension to illegal trade of animal skins
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Monday, May 16, 2005

`Quality test' being offered to customers worldwide Officials were shocked when signatures and stamps of `OK Tested' were found on the leopard skins seized on April 6 this year NEW DELHI: It's illeg ...More


Count Dracula now in Ranthambore
Prerna Singh Bindra
The Pioneer , Sunday, May 15, 2005

The Ranthambore tiger reserve is counting its tigers and a strange uneasiness prevails in the park. For, combing operations suggest that the tigers here are in trouble, mainly due to poaching.After wi ...More


Too many men chase too few tigers!
Prerna Singh Bindra
The Pioneer , Saturday, May 14, 2005

The Annual Tiger census at Ranthambhore is underway and for the first time three agencies working independently, shall enumerate the big cats. Besides the forest department, there is a Delhi-based NGO ...More


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