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India Inc roots for wildlife
Staff Reporter
The Hindu Business line , Friday, February 25, 2005

Mumbai , Feb. 24 SOME wildlife buffs continue to be sceptical but the fact remains that the biggest names in Indian business are now rooting for natural habitat conservation. In the wake of recent ...More


When grey suits came together to help stripes
Staff Reporter
The Indian Express , Friday, February 25, 2005

Mumbai, February 24: SARISKA’S missing stripes have the grey suits in Mumbai’s concrete jungle worried. In a first of sorts, stalwarts from India Inc came together on Thursday to announce their disple ...More


Stars & stripes: India rallies to save the tiger
Staff Reporter
Economic Times , Friday, February 25, 2005

MUMBAI: The tiger is a large-hearted gentleman with boundless courage and when he is exterminated — as exterminated he will be, unless public opinion rallies to his support — India will be poorer by h ...More


Ranthambore to gift tigers to Sariska
Lokpal Sethi
The Pionee , Thursday, February 24, 2005

The wildlife authorities in Rajasthan may shift a couple of tigers to the Sariska wildlife sanctuary from Ranthambore, if no tigers are found in the Sariska forest during the tiger census in May.Thoug ...More


A ban on India
Staff Reporter
Business Standard , Wednesday, February 23, 2005

India has traditionally been a leading advocate of protecting wild fauna and flora. But its wildlife preservation credentials have become suspect--so much so that the United Nations Convention on Inte ...More


Elephant `ritual' to promote eco-conservation
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Tuesday, February 22, 2005

PATHANAMTHITTA, FEB 21. A unique show in which elephants performed puja to venerate Vanadevata, the goddess of forests, was organised by the Forest Department as part of an eco-tourism project at the ...More


Tigers run for cover as govt looks the other way
Gouri Shah
Times Of India , Friday, February 18, 2005

MUMBAI: The list goes 39 leopard skins, two tiger skins, 42 otter skins, 60 kg of tiger and leopard paws, 3 kg of tiger claws, 14 tiger canines, 10 tiger jaws and other bones, and about 135 kg of porc ...More


Missing wild tigers rock House
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Tuesday, February 15, 2005

JAIPUR, FEB. 14. The Rajasthan Government came under attack in the Assembly today over the missing wild tigers of the State's celebrated Project Tiger sanctuaries at Ranthambhore and Sariska. The Stat ...More


7 booked for hunting wild boar
Staff Reporter
The Tribune , Friday, February 11, 2005

Kharar, February 10 Forest officers here today booked Shingara Singh, a resident of Bagindi village for allegedly hunting down a wild boar in the village this evening. Shingara Singh, along with six ...More


Environment group disputes Kaziranga ‘centenary’
Staff Reporter
The Assam Tribune , Wednesday, February 09, 2005

GUWAHATI, Feb 8– The State Government and its Forest Department has come under criticism from Nature’s Beckon, “an environment activist group,” which has alleged that the Department has been “misleadi ...More


And then there were none
Prerna Singh Bindra
The Pioneer , Tuesday, February 08, 2005

In May 2004, the official Census decreed that 16 tigers roamed in Sariska Tiger Reserve. There was no reason to disbelieve this, a friend who visited witnessed a tiger treeing a leopard, and another c ...More


Deathtraps in place, Ranthambhore gets that Sariska feeling
Jay Mazoomdaar
The Indian Express , Monday, February 07, 2005

RANTHAMBHORE (SAWAI MADHOPUR), FEB 6: Ranthambhore is not Sariska. You cannot escape pugmarks inside the park, you can sense the tigers lurking from frequent alarm calls and you can actually see them ...More


Poachers poison migratory birds
Staff Reporter
Deccan Chronicle , Monday, February 07, 2005

Bhubaneswar, Feb. 6: Migratory birds have started flocking to Bhitarkanika National Park in coastal Orissa over the past one week and so have the poachers. Migratory birds come to Bhitarkanika every y ...More


Census of wildlife outside protected areas soon
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Friday, February 04, 2005

MADURAI, FEB. 3. The Forest Department will soon begin a census of the wildlife outside sanctuaries and national parks to create a database on the variety of animals in the State. Though the idea is ...More


In tigers' paradise, the big cats are missing
Prerna Singh Bindra
The Pioneer , Tuesday, February 01, 2005

There is trouble in Rajasthan's tiger paradise, Ranthambhore. Tiger sightings have shrunk in the reserve, familiar faces are no longer visible giving rise to the concern: Where have the tigers gone?Ac ...More


Way to go for Olive Ridleys
P. Devarajan
The Hindu Business Line , Friday, January 28, 2005

Ratnagiri (Maharashtra) , Jan. 27 AT around 5.45 p.m. one wished the three-inch, 15-minute-old Olive Ridley turtle hatchling good luck and released it on the edge of the beach. It crawled on the san ...More


Wildlife activists for court direction to protect tigers
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Friday, January 28, 2005

NEW DELHI, JAN. 27 . Several wildlife activists today decided to move the Supreme Court and also write to the Prime Minister, who is the chairman of the Wildlife Board of India, to seek their interven ...More


Poachers seen at Chembarampakkam Lake
P. Oppili
The Hindu , Monday, January 17, 2005

CHENNAI, JAN. 16 . Poaching of migratory birds at Chembarampakkam Lake, which is on the city's western suburbs, has come to light. The founder of the Trust for Restoration of Ecology and Environment ...More


A haven for migratory birds
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Monday, January 17, 2005

SHIMLA, JAN. 16. Figuring among the internationally known wetlands, The Pong dam sanctuary, situated in the Dhauladhar mountain ranges of Himachal Pradesh is fast becoming one of the most popular dest ...More


Bird poaching gets rampant in Tripura
Surajit Talukdar
Hindustan Times , Monday, January 17, 2005

Bird poachers in and around the vast Dambur Lake in Tripura's southern region, which plays host to a plethora of migratory birds, have come up with a novel concept for capturing birds in throngs.The l ...More


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