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Greater Gir for rising lion population mooted
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Tuesday, April 12, 2005

AHMEDABAD, APRIL 11. Aimed at accommodating the increasing population of Asiatic Lions, Gujarat government has envisaged `Greater Gir' project and is currently in the process of giving finishing touch ...More


Security up in Orissa park as animal-hunting ritual nears
Staff Reporter
Deccan Herald , Tuesday, April 12, 2005

Security has been beefed up in and around the Similipal Tiger Reserve and national park in Orissa’s tribal-dominated Mayurbhanj district in view of the forthcoming ‘Akhanda Sikar’, a tribal ritual whi ...More


No tigers found in Sariska: CBI
Staff Reporter
Deccan Herald , Monday, April 11, 2005

CBI Director U C Mishra said the agency’s special team could not trace a single tiger in the Sariska Tiger Reserve in Rajasthan. Mr Mishra said the team headed by Deputy Inspector General (DIG) B ...More


These pug marks tell tale of poaching
Kriti Nath Jha
The Pioneer , Monday, April 11, 2005

The continued trafficking of skins of the endangered species of animals has become a serious issue of concern for the environmental security. The disappearing of pug marks of tigers from Sariska Wildl ...More


M.P. a poachers' paradise
Lalit Shastri
The Hindu , Sunday, April 10, 2005

BHOPAL, APRIL 9. An in-house report prepared by the Madhya Pradesh Government's Forest and Wildlife Crime Prevention Cell reveals that the entire State of Madhya Pradesh remains affected by the poachi ...More


44 leopard skins seized
Staff Reporter
Hindustan Times , Thursday, April 07, 2005

AS MANY as 44 leopard skins were seized from Majnu ka Tila in North Delhi on Wednesday ."We have made a seizure, but are still confirming several things. We will make a formal announcement on Thursday ...More


CBI to probe Rajasthan tiger deaths
Staff Reporter
The Indian Express , Thursday, April 07, 2005

NEW DELHI, APRIL 6: After submitting a report on the disappearance of tigers in Sariska sanctuary, the CBI is now planning to take up investigation of cases of poaching registered by the Rajasthan Pol ...More


Panel wants radio collars for tigers
Nandini R. Iyer
Hindustan Times , Thursday, April 07, 2005

New Delhi, April 6 TIGERS MAY roam again in Sariska in the near future. The only difference will be that they will be wearing radio collars to help wildlife officials keep track of them. , The Rajast ...More


Eco-tourism in the land of Veerappan
PT Bopanna
The Pioneer , Wednesday, April 06, 2005

In this era of brands, the Karnataka Forest Department wants to capitalise on brand Veerappan to promote eco-tourism in what was once Veerappan's country. The Forest Department has chalked out a touri ...More


CBI to take on the dreaded poachers now
Siddharth Kalhans
The Pioneer , Wednesday, April 06, 2005

It will be altogether a different game for the sleuths of Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) who have been assigned the task of identifying "Sansarchands" (the name which reminds us of a dreaded po ...More


Decks cleared for pvt investment in forests
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Tuesday, April 05, 2005

The State government on Monday cleared the decks for large-scale private sector investment in forestry. In a marathon meeting the state Cabinet cleared the new Forest Policy, pegged the Minimum S ...More


CBI to take on the dreaded poachers now
Siddharth Kalhans
The Pioneer , Tuesday, April 05, 2005

It will be altogether a different game for the sleuths of Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) who have been assigned the task of identifying "Sansarchands" (the name which reminds us of a dreaded po ...More


CBI to prepare list of tiger poachers
Siddharth Kalhans
The Pioneer , Tuesday, April 05, 2005

It will altogether be a different game for the sleuths of Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) who have been assigned the task of identifying Sansarchands (the name which reminds us of dreaded poache ...More


Will the Indian tiger survive the 21st century?
AK Mukerji
Hindustan Times , Tuesday, April 05, 2005

The tiger, one of the most graceful, handsome, powerful and awe-inspiring animals, is now on the brink of extinction. In India, tigers have found mention in mythology, folklore and legend. In the las ...More


Now, cats on the prowl in NE
Chandrika Mago
Times of India , Tuesday, April 05, 2005

NEW DELHI: Sariska may have lost its tigers but in an unexpected twist to the tale, sightings of these majestic animals are now being reported from distant Tripura and Meghalaya.Several states are vyi ...More


After vanishing tigers,are elephants next
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Monday, April 04, 2005

As much part of myth and folklore as of everyday life in India, the elephant is fighting a grim battle for survival in the wild as well as in captivity - much on the lines of the fast disappearing tig ...More


Tigers in danger
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Monday, April 04, 2005

The Rajasthan Government's suspension of the State's Chief Wildlife Warden, Mr Arun Sen, and seven other employees of its forest department for serious lapses in the management of Project Tiger sanctu ...More


People told to alert officials on poaching
George Jacob
The Hindu , Monday, April 04, 2005

CUDDAPAH, APRIL 3. The Cuddapah Divisional Forest Officer (DFO), M. Revathi, on Sunday appealed to the people to alert forest or police officials on poaching activities, in forest areas. Wildlife in ...More


Sariska officials to blame: CBI
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Sunday, April 03, 2005

Central Bureau Of Investigation has, in its report to the Prime Minister, blamed the disappearance of tigers in Sariska on neglect and official apathy. "Though no such nexus of officials-poachers has ...More


Tiger deaths: Wildlife chief axed
Staff Reporter
Times Of India , Saturday, April 02, 2005

NEW DELHI: The Rajasthan government has suspended its top wildlife warden on Friday after a probe revealed lapses had allowed largescale tiger poaching in state's forests. “Rajasthan's chief wildlife ...More


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