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Manmohan sets up task force on status of tigers
Aarti Dhar
The Hindu , Friday, March 18, 2005

NEW DELHI, MARCH 17. Responding to the reports of disappearances of tigers from the reserve forests of the country, the Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, today ordered the setting up of a task force to ...More


Sorry, no more wild gifts
Staff Reporter
The Telegraph , Friday, March 18, 2005

New Delhi, March 17: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has decided to ban the practice of gifting animals to heads of state or government or foreign zoos.The decision, announced by Singh while chairing a ...More


When Tigers Go Missing
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Friday, March 18, 2005

THE MYSTERIOUS `DISAPPEARANCE' of tigers from Sariska, a forest zone dedicated to the magnificent cat, represents a new low in the campaign to save the highly endangered species. There is official ack ...More


Govt sets up tiger task force
Staff Reporter
The Pioneer , Friday, March 18, 2005

The Delhi Jal Board (DJB) seems to have focussed all its energy on the multi-crore Sonia Vihar Water Treatment Plant, while it has completely ignored its 'home' project - Munak Canal Line Water Projec ...More


Wildlife cell
AYSWARIA VENUGOPAL
The Telegraph , Thursday, March 17, 2005

A long-time plan for a wildlife crime control bureau will be dusted off tomorrow when Manmohan Singh traces the trail of disappearing tigers. The National Board for Wildlife, chaired by the Prime M ...More


Is India Inc game for wildlife conservation?
P. Devarajan
The Hindu Business line , Thursday, March 17, 2005

WATCHING wildlife has become something of a prestigious entry in the bio-data of many top names in the corporate world. They have been disturbed by the way wildlife parks have become poaching habitats ...More


Sariska, Ranthambore happy hunting grounds
Lokpal Sethi
The Pioneer , Thursday, March 17, 2005

The skin, teeth, jaw and other parts of tigers and leopards, being killed by poachers in Sariska and Ranthambore forest in Rajasthan are allegedly making their way to 'Golden City' located on Thailand ...More


More Sariskas in the making
Chandrika Mago
Times Of India , Thursday, March 17, 2005

New Delhi: There could be many more Sariskas in the making -and this is of- ficial. If tourism could see tigers loping away from Rajasthan's famous Ranthambore reserve, "extremist-engineered disturban ...More


Trapped in Sariska, poachers confess: We killed 10 tigers
Jay Mazoomdar
The Indian Express , Thursday, March 17, 2005

NEW DELHI, MARCH 16: A gang of suspected poachers have confessed to killing at least 10 tigers in Sariska during 2002-2004. Five of these tigers, say Forest Ministry sources, were killed during the mo ...More


Poachers attack peahen, leave it bleeding
Aditi Tandon
The Tribune , Wednesday, March 16, 2005

Chandigarh, March 15 February and March are rather unceremonious for the peacock population in Punjab or so it seems. Only last year, a Punjab Government official was caught on February 28 for allege ...More


Tigers vanish from Ranthambhore too
Sunny Sebastian
The Hindu , Tuesday, March 15, 2005

JAIPUR, MARCH 14. After Sariska, the Project Tiger sanctuary in Rajasthan, where now it is almost official that the wild tigers are completely missing, there is no good news from Ranthambhore, the Sta ...More


Wildlife Poaching Arrests
Staff Reporter
Deccan Herald , Monday, March 14, 2005

BANGALORE, DHNS: The sleuths of CID, Forest Cell, Bangalore, arrested 12 poachers and confiscated two muzzle loaders and large quantity of gun powder from them. “The accused were trapped when they ...More


Chokrasila Sanctuary needs infrastructure devp
Staff Reporter
The Sentinel , Saturday, March 12, 2005

KOKRAJHAR, March 11: There is abundant forest wealth in the Bodoland Territorial Area District (BTAD) in terms of the variety of flora and fauna. The forest areas of BTAD cover 3,35,994.95 hectares or ...More


Where have tigers gone?
Staff Reporter
The Tribune , Wednesday, March 09, 2005

THE tiger population in India has declined to an extent that these big cats are no longer to be sighted in some sanctuaries. Now that Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has written to Rajasthan Chief Minis ...More


Bird lovers want `Project Bustards'
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Wednesday, March 09, 2005

JAIPUR, MARCH 8. Even when the Project Tiger is showing signs of turning into a disappointment with the wild tigers missing from the country's sanctuaries of late, bird lovers have sought setting up o ...More


104 rhinos died in Kaziranga in ’04
Staff Reporter
The Assam Tribune , Wednesday, March 09, 2005

GUWAHATI, March 8 – As many as 104 rhinos died in the Kaziranga National Park last year, of which, 100 died natural death and four were killed by poachers. This was disclosed by the Minister of State ...More


If Sariska is scary, drive through MP’s showcase sanctuary
Jay Mazoomdar
The Indian Express , Sunday, March 06, 2005

PANNA (MADHYA PRADESH), MARCH 5: More than a month after The Sunday Express first reported on the vanishing tigers of Rajasthan, prompting PM Manmohan Singh to express his concern, it turns out that e ...More


Dead tigers fail to draw PC's notice
Surojit Mahalanobis
Times Of India , Wednesday, March 02, 2005

NEW DELHI: Dead tigers of Sariska failed to evoke any sympathy from FM Chidambaram. Those who had been looking for provisions in the budget for ecology and environment were left shell-shocked on Monda ...More


From a banker’s desk comes a call to corporates to protect the wild
Staff Reporter
The Indian Express , Tuesday, March 01, 2005

Mumbai, February 28: WHILE the world around his 10th-floor Nariman Point office counted the minutes to the budget, boss Hemendra Kothari often worried about a faraway jungle out there. Within three ...More


Monitor skin musical instruments seized in Orissa
Staff Reporter
The Indian Express , Saturday, February 26, 2005

DHENKANAL: Mahima devotees thronging the Magha mela at Joranda, near here, will go back home this year without their memento. 'Khanjani', the favourite musical instrument of the Mahima devotees, has b ...More


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