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Raje govt suspends chief wildlife warden
Staff Reporter
The Indian Express , Saturday, April 02, 2005

JAIPUR, APRIL 1: The Rajasthan Government today suspended eight forest officials, including the Chief Wildlife Warden, on finding them guilty of serious lapses in the management of the tiger reserves ...More


Poaching behind missing Sariska tigers: probe
Vibha Sharma
The Tribune , Thursday, March 31, 2005

New Delhi, March 30 The special investigating team(SIT) of the CBI and the Ministry of Environment and Forest (MoEF) and the Wildlife Institute of India, set up to probe the case of missing tigers fr ...More


No tigers left in Sariska: CBI
Amit Mukherjee
Times of India , Wednesday, March 30, 2005

NEW DELHI: The CBI team asked by the Prime Minister to join the tiger hunt in Sariska has confirmed the worst fears of environmentalists — there is little probability of finding any tigers there. ...More


Cauvery camp turns sanctuary for poachers
Shiv Kumar N D
Deccan Herald , Tuesday, March 29, 2005

Cauvery Wildlife Sanctuary running through Mandya, Chamarajnagar and Bangalore districts, has become a safe haven for plundering wildlife. Villagers in and around the sanctuary kill wild animals fo ...More


Torchbearer of Dudhwa
Sobhana K
The Statesman , Tuesday, March 29, 2005

March 28. —– A fortnight back, the octogenarian Billy Arjan Singh wrote a letter to Dr Manmohan Singh. It is the first time he has knocked at the doors of the PMO. It was a plea to save tigers from ex ...More


Tigers increasing in state
Staff Reporter
Central Chronicle , Tuesday, March 29, 2005

BHOPAL: Three tigers perished within Madhya Pradesh last year and four such carnivores were poached in 2002 while 2003 witnessed a clean slate, a senior forest official told. In 2004, two cubs and a t ...More


Tiger census figures wrong'
Lalit Shastri
The Hindu , Monday, March 28, 2005

BHOPAL, MARCH 27. Wildlife experts have questioned the official claim — based on a census conducted in the protected area (PA) from March 18 to 24 — that there are 34 tigers and a cub in the Panna Tig ...More


Orissa tigers on the decline
Aarti Dhar
The Hindu , Monday, March 28, 2005

NEW DELHI, MARCH 27. Tigers in Orissa are under threat. Their survival now depends on a variety of factors, the removal of which could help them see another day. A few decades ago the distribution of ...More


Alarm bells for this rare tiger habitat
Sobhana K
The Statesman , Monday, March 28, 2005

Alarm bells for this rare tiger habitatThe Statesman, Monday, March 28, 2005Sobhana K in Dudhwa March 27. — In Uttar Pradesh’s Dudhwa National Park, tigers are not only easy prey for poachers but also ...More


In Sahyadris, it’s tiger, tiger burning bright
Uma Karve Chakranarayan
The Indian Express , Thursday, March 24, 2005

Pune, March 23: THERE’s the sad story of tigers vanishing from Sariska, Ranthambore’s big cats are disappearing and Panna’s is also looking bad. But there’s hope for the big cats in other pockets — th ...More


Over 100 elephants dead in 13 years
K. Jeevan Chinnappa
The Hindu , Thursday, March 24, 2005

MADIKERI, MARCH 23. Over 100 elephants have died of various reasons in the two forest divisions of Kodagu and the Hunsur forest division in the Nagarahole National Park area between 1991-92 and 2004-0 ...More


'We have ordered a re-census of Panna tigers'
Rahul Noronha
The Pioneer , Thursday, March 24, 2005

Mr PB Gangopadhyay, an Indian Forest Service officer of the 1975 batch, took over as the Chief Wildlife Warden of the state on March 16. Mr Gangopadhyay's elevation to the post came at a time when the ...More


No roars, only eerie silence in Sariska
Staff Reporter
The Indian Express , Thursday, March 24, 2005

Sariska, March 23 (Reuters): Flamboyant maharajahs in natty breeches once combed the sprawling Sariska forest nestled in the low lying Aravali hills in Rajasthan, hunting for the many tigers that roam ...More


MP govt to conduct tiger census at Panna
Staff Reporter
The Economic Times , Wednesday, March 23, 2005

In an attempt to water down reports that the Panna Tiger Reserve has gone the Sariska way, the MP government has decided to conduct a tiger census at Panna from March 18-24, ’05, reports Gouri Shah in ...More


Where are the tigres?
M.F.Ahmad
Hindustan Times , Tuesday, March 22, 2005

SOON AFTER a 'tigerless' Sariska hit the news, the Palamu Tiger Reserve here seems to have gone the same way And looking at the way things are going, our national animal will soon only exist in zoos a ...More


'Sport hunting can rein in poaching'
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Tuesday, March 22, 2005

"Sport Hunting can be used as an effective conservation strategy and acts as a deterrent to poaching," said Dr HS Pabla, Additional Principal Chief Conservator, Forest. He was speaking on a panel disc ...More


Sariska: CBI Confirms three poaching deaths
Staff Reporter
Hindustan Times , Monday, March 21, 2005

The big cat does not look out of place as it strides across the arid landscape But this is a remote corner of Africa and the animal is an Asian"import" -a rare South China tiger. Born in a Chinese zo ...More


In model reserve, retching tiger worries keepers
Jay Mazoomdaar
The Indian Express , Monday, March 21, 2005

KANHA (MP), MARCH 20: No Tiger Reserve is run better and none has employees who will go to such lengths to uphold its reputation. But even Kanha is not immune to pressures of human population and the ...More


Budget continues to haunt Environment Ministry
Surojit Mahalanobis
Times of India , Monday, March 21, 2005

NEW DELHI: Officials of the ministry of environment and forests were shocked to find that all of their suggestions forwarded to the finance ministry were overlooked in this year's Budget. Sources ...More


Saving the tiger
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Monday, March 21, 2005

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's presence at-and active chairing of-last Thursday's meeting of the National Board for Wildlife was by any standards an admirable gesture. He not only devoted two-and-a-h ...More


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