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Interpol issues red-corder against man behind poaching tigers, pangolins of Madhya Pradesh
P Naveen
The Times of India , Tuesday, October 18, 2016

BHOPAL: The environment crime wing of International Criminal Police Organization - Interpol has issued red corner notice against JaiyTamang, 42, a resident of Nepal taking cognisance of an application ...More


Interpol issues a red corner notice against wildlife smuggler Tamang
NeerajSantoshi
The Hindustan Times , Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Interpol’s environment crime wing has issued a red corner notice against international wildlife smuggler JaiyTamang alias PassangLimi following a request by the Madhya Pradesh wildlife department in a ...More


Hangul may soon be declared as ‘critically endangered’
Mubashir Bukhari
The Kashmir Monitor , Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Srinagar: As the Kashmir Stag popularly known as Hangul is on the verge of extinction, largely because of human intrusions and domestic livestock grazing, the International Union for Conservation of N ...More


13 tigers die in MP due to poisoning, electrocution
PTI
One India , Monday, October 17, 2016

Bhopal, Oct 16: As many as 13 tigers have died in the past one year due to poisoning and electrocution, besides other reasons in two national parks of Madhya Pradesh. Replying to an RTI query, state f ...More


Two held for poaching
The Hindu , Monday, October 17, 2016

Two persons were arrested on a charge of hunting a rabbit and a civet in the early hours of Sunday. The carcasses of the rabbit and the civet were seized from them. The arrested were A. Donald (25) a ...More


13 tigers die in MP due to poisoning, electrocution
PTI
The New Indian Express , Monday, October 17, 2016

BHOPAL: As many as 13 tigers have died in the past one year due to poisoning and electrocution, besides other reasons in two national parks of Madhya Pradesh. Replying to an RTI query, state forest de ...More


With elephant deaths on rise, Jharkhand to set up Wildlife Crime Control Cell
TNN
The Times of India , Saturday, October 15, 2016

RANCHI: Jharkhand has seen the deaths of a staggering 156 elephants -- or nearly a fifth of its pachyderm population -- since it was carved out of Bihar in November 2000, prompting the state to set up ...More


100 & Counting: Tiger Deaths in India This Year Exceed 2015 Toll
IANS
The Quint , Saturday, October 15, 2016

A seven-year-old tigress, Durga, died at the Thrissur Zoo in Kerala on Thursday, becoming the 100th Indian tiger to die this year. Durga had been brought only recently from Kerala’s Wayanad Wildlife ...More


India loses 100th tiger in 2016
IANS
Business Standard , Friday, October 14, 2016

A seven-year-old tigress, Durga, died at the Thrissur Zoo in Kerala on Thursday, becoming the 100th Indian tiger to die this year. Durga hailed from the Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary in Kerala. Dhanesh ...More


Trafficking and illegal trading of pangolin in Manipur: A view
The Sangai Express , Friday, October 14, 2016

Pangolin is the only mammals with scaly covered, shy and about the size of house cat, is the most illegal trading and trafficking animal in the world Pangolin is known as Shaphu in Manipuri. The name ...More


India loses 100th tiger in 2016
Zee News , Friday, October 14, 2016

Durga hailed from the Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary in Kerala. Dhanesh Kumar, the Divisional Forest Officer of the Wayanad sanctuary, told IANS that the tigress died during treatment at the zoo. "We s ...More


'Haunted' house had cache of wildlife parts
RavindraUppar
The Times of India , Thursday, October 13, 2016

BELAGAVI: The City Crime Investigation Bureau (CCIB) police busted the mystery behind the "haunted" house on Tuesday by conducting a raid and recovering a huge amount of deer antlers, pangolin scales, ...More


On a mission to save the Fishing Cat
T. APPALA NAIDU
The Hindu , Thursday, October 13, 2016

Hoardings put up across KWS to appeal to better sense of locals, tourists and poachers The Wildlife Management authorities have launched a drive against poaching of the Fishing Cat, which is classifi ...More


Wild pigs responsible for man-animal conflict: Wildlife Board
Press Trust of India
Business Standard , Thursday, October 13, 2016

Stating that man-animal conflict in certain parts of Goa is not severe, state Wildlife Board today refrained from declaring any animal as vermin, even as Forest department recommended that wild pigs b ...More


Two more arrested, but mystery still unsolved
The Hindu , Thursday, October 13, 2016

The mystery revolving around the seizure of a huge quantity of antlers, pangolin scales and tusks of a young elephant (without skulls), remains to be resolved, even as the accused has produced a certi ...More


Wildlife activists concerned over rising pangolin trade
Tushar A Majukar
The New Indian Express , Wednesday, October 12, 2016

BELAGAVI: The illegal trade of pangolin meat and scales, which is a critically endangered species, is operated by organised gangs by taking local residents of jungles into confidence. The recent seizu ...More


Forest officials book poachers under non-existent law
Amit S Upadhye
The New Indian Express , Wednesday, October 12, 2016

DANDELI: Taking advantage of a huge bungling in the investigation by the forest department officials of Haliyal, those who had been accused of poaching of an animal, protected under Schedule-I of the ...More


Police seize deer antlers, elephant tusks
Deccan Herald , Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Deer and blackbuck antlers, pangolin chips and a pair of elephant tusks worth around Rs crore in the international market, which were stored in a house at Shetty Galli in the city for smuggling to for ...More


Huge stock of antlers, pangolin scales seized in Belagavi
VIJAYKUMAR PATIL
The Hindu , Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Sleuths of the City Crime Investigation Bureau and Forest Department raided a house and seized a huge stock of antlers, scales of pangolin, and a pair of elephant tusks in Shettigalli under the Market ...More


Wildlife week: Threats to elephants highlighted
The Hindu , Monday, October 10, 2016

The ‘Elephant Day’ celebrations, as part of the 62nd wildlife week which concluded on Saturday, brought home the threats plaguing wild elephants due to anthropogenic pressures. Conducted by the Cauve ...More


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