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NGOs sound PM after China tiger skin haul
Staff Reporter
Indian Express , Wednesday, November 10, 2004

NEW DELHI, NOVEMBER 9: When reports of China’s haul of 31 tiger and 581 leopard skins came out in October last year, India said they were ‘‘not from Indian tigers’’. Further investigations by the Chin ...More


NOT REALLY GREEN
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Wednesday, November 10, 2004

IN CHOOSING KENYAN green activist Wangari Maathai for this year's peace prize, the Nobel Committee added a new dimension to its conventional understanding of conflicts and their resolution. Environmen ...More


Armymen come to rescue of Siberian cranes
Kumod Verma
Times of India , Tuesday, November 09, 2004

DANAPUR: The hands that fire on borders are now providing loving care to thousands of rare migratory birds, better known as Siberian cranes, at the Danapur Cantonment. It is an unusual sight watching ...More


An elephantine project for systematic management
Aarti Dhar
The Hindu , Monday, November 08, 2004

NEW DELHI, NOV.8 . The Government has disbursed Rs. 5.41 crores for mitigation of man-elephant conflict across the country. While this amount was spent on anti-depredation measures, another Rs. 1.91 c ...More


Centre ready to develop Sathyamangalam jungles
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Friday, November 05, 2004

NEW DELHI, NOV. 4. The Union Environment and Forests Ministry has not received any proposal from the State Government for the protection and development of Sathyamangalam jungles in Tamil Nadu followi ...More


Banks poaching on Bhopal gas tragedy victims
Staff Reporter
Deccan Herald , Tuesday, November 02, 2004

Banks in Madhya Pradesh are suddenly wooing victims of the 1984 Bhopal gas tragedy — many promising separate counters for their benefit and some even offering free ATM cards! The victims of the tra ...More


Entry of tourists to Nalabana sanctuary prohibited
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Monday, November 01, 2004

BERHAMPUR (ORISSA), OCT. 31. Tourists visiting the famous Chilika Lake this winter will miss the beauty of one of its major attractions---the Nalabana bird sanctuary. Entry of tourists into the sanc ...More


4 held for poaching endangered lizard
Staff Reporter
The Hindu , Wednesday, October 13, 2004

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4 held for poaching endangered lizard
Staff Reporter
The Tribune , Friday, October 08, 2004

Chandigarh, October 7 Following stepped up patrolling in the Batala area, honorary wildlife warden, Gurdaspur, nabbed a group of poachers for hunting down the monitor lizard, a highly endangered spec ...More


7 spotted deer found dead
Staff Reporter
The Statesman , Tuesday, October 05, 2004

KENDRAPARA, Oct. 4. — The outbreak of a mysterious disease killing at least seven spotted deer in Orissa’s Bhitarkanika National Park has apparently caused panic even as the worried forest personnel h ...More


Mandarins gaga over dolphin conservation
Surojit Mahaland Bis
Times of India, Tuesday, September 21, 2004

NEW DELHI: Endangered Gangetic dolphins which had recently dragged country's wildlife mandarins into troubled waters, have started behaving humane to them. In the last summer survey between May to Jun ...More


Future of Irrawady dolphins doubtful
Prema Singh Bindra
The Pioneer, Saturday, September 18, 2004

Two decades from now, Amitav Ghosh could not have authored The Hungry Tide, or he would have had to shift venue to a fancy aquarium in some safari park, not in the immense archipelago islands of Sunde ...More


A farm for the national bird near Tuticorin
D. Murali
Business Line, Sunday, September 05, 2004

Recently in Ottapidaram (TN) MOST of us haven't seen even one peacock dance. Can you imagine what it would be like to watch more than a 100 of them spread out their colourful feathers and sway to th ...More


Do more to save Orissa's Olive Ridleys' turtles
staff reporter
The Hindu Business Line, Wednesday, May 07, 2003

THE Dolphin Nature Conservation Society here has expressed concern over the alarming fall in the number of Olive Ridley turtles nesting on Orissa's shores It has sought urgent steps to arrest the tren ...More


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