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Wildlife Crime Bureau soon : PM
Staff Reporter
The Assam Tribune , Friday, May 13, 2005

NEW DELHI, May 12 – Concerned over the increasing assault on wildlife and forest wealth, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, as head of National Board for Wildlife, has decided to set up ‘Wildlife Crime Bu ...More


Bureau to protect wildlife
Staff Reporter
The Telegraph , Friday, May 13, 2005

New Delhi, May 12: The Centre has decided to set up a wildlife crime control bureau, along the lines of the narcotics control bureau, to check poaching and illegal trading of animals, animal skins and ...More


Rhinos make a come back
Staff Reporter
Times of India , Thursday, May 12, 2005

CALCUTTA: India, under fire from conservationists for its dwindling tiger population, is having more luck in protecting the endangered one-horned rhinoceros, a wildlife official said on Wednesday. T ...More


Allow hunting for sport to save animals, says senior forest officer
Rahul Noronha
The Pioneer , Wednesday, May 11, 2005

This is one man who dares to swim against the tide. A forest officer from the Madhya Pradesh cadre has suggested a rather radical change in the way wildlife is managed in the country. Dr HS Pabla, Ad ...More


Tiger reserve in Himachal Pradesh mooted
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Wednesday, May 11, 2005

SHIMLA: At a time when tigers have disappeared from Sariska sanctuary in Rajasthan, the Wildlife wing of Forest Department in Himachal Pradesh has stepped up its efforts for setting up a reserve for t ...More


Centre for captive breeding of vultures at Sabraon
Sarbjit Dhaliwal
The Tribune , Tuesday, May 10, 2005

Chandigarh, May 9 Under the South Asian Recovery Plan prepared to enhance the rapidly dwindling population of vultures, six centres for their captive breeding will be set up in India, Pakistan and Ne ...More


Wildlife crime control effort misses deadline
Chandrika Mago
Times of India , Monday, May 09, 2005

New Delhi: An environment ministry ensnared in inter-ministerial queries has missed the PM-set deadline on formation of a national wildlife crime control bureau to take on organized gangs of poachers. ...More


`Tiger should be worshipped'
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Sunday, May 08, 2005

LUCKNOW: Sharing concern over the depletion of forest and wildlife and the raging controversy of decrease in tiger population in the country, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav today sai ...More


No tigers left in Sariska: CBI
BISHESHWAR MISHRA
Times of India , Sunday, May 08, 2005

NEW DELHI: A CBI probe into the status of tigers in the Sariska national park has come up with the shocking disclosure that entire population of tigers in Sariska had been wiped out, thanks to greedy ...More


CBI probe into 5 cases of poaching in Sariska
NIRMALA GANAPATHY
The Indian Express , Saturday, May 07, 2005

NEW DELHI, MAY 6: The CBI will take over the investigation of five cases relating to poaching in Sariska Tiger Reserve. Sources said that the Special Investigation Team (SIT) in its short-term recom ...More


Helping India's tigers rule the wild again
G. Ananthakrishnan
The Hindu , Friday, May 06, 2005

If the tiger is to have a future, there must be political will to reconcile the needs of communities that live near the protected areas with those of wildlife. AFTER THE debacle in Sariska, it may ...More


Spot the tiger
SRIDEVI PILLAI
The Hindu , Friday, May 06, 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


Court asks for report on illegal mining in Sariska
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Friday, May 06, 2005

Pioneer News Service/ New Delhi Is there illegal mining in Sariska, the Supreme Court has asked in a notice to Ministry of Environment and Forests. The apex court also asked the central empowered co ...More


SC for CBI probe into tiger population
Staff Reporter
The Sentinel , Thursday, May 05, 2005

New Delhi, May 4 (PTI): Faced with the daunting task of checking the dwindling tiger population caused by "organized poaching", the Supreme Court has sought Centre’s response on a plea demanding CBI i ...More


Why not CBI probe tiger crisis: SC asks Centre
Staff Reporter
The Indian Express , Thursday, May 05, 2005

NEW DELHI, MAY 4: Three months after The Sunday Express first reported on the missing tigers of Sariska, the Supreme Court has sought the Centre’s response on a plea demanding a CBI inquiry into the l ...More


Vanishing tigers: Notice to Centre, CBI on probe for all reserves
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Thursday, May 05, 2005

The Supreme Court has issued notices to Centre and Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on an application seeking CBI probe into the dwindling number of tigers in all tiger reserves in the country an ...More


UPA decides to go slow on Tribal Land Rights Bill
Prerna Singh Bindra
The Pioneer , Thursday, May 05, 2005

Following the controversy surrounding the Tribal Land Rights Bill, 2005, the UPA has decided against taking up the Bill at the Cabinet meeting scheduled for Wednesday. Highly placed sources say that t ...More


Spot the tiger
SRIDEVI PILLAI
The Hindu , Thursday, May 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


MPs form forum for tigers
Vibha Sharma
The Tribune , Thursday, May 05, 2005

New Delhi, May 4 Tigers have managed to achieve what would have seemed to be an extraordinary task for human beings. The big cats have been able to generate a consensus among MPs of rival political pa ...More


Review the management of tiger conservation
Staff Reporter
Times of India , Wednesday, May 04, 2005

What went wro, ng with the sar~ iska reserve? The task force has discovered that the tigers there vanished because of poaching. This is the only explanation for the disappearance of tigers; if there ...More


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