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Sariska success focus of talk at Mysuru zoo
SHANKAR BENNUR
The Hindu , Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Tiger population increasing following conservation efforts Tiger population at the Sariska Tiger Reserve (STR) in Rajasthan, which hit the national headlines a decade ago for wrong reasons after the ...More


'Sarsika model vital for tiger conservation'
Deccan Herald , Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Inspector General of Forests, National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA), P S Somasekhar said, Sariska, which lost face due to disappearance of tigers, as a result of poaching, helped save other tig ...More


African jumbos may be extinct in 20 years
AFP
The Economic Times , Wednesday, March 25, 2015

KASANE (BOTSWANA): African elephants could be extinct in the wild within a few decades,experts warned on Monday at a major conservation summit in Botswana that highlighted an alarming decline in numbe ...More


Electric fences kill more tuskers in Tamil Nadu than poachers
P Oppili
The Economic Times , Tuesday, March 24, 2015

CHENNAI: Electric fences are wreaking havoc in the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve, killing fourtuskers in the last six months. Erected illegally on private estates, agricultural farms and resorts, these fe ...More


Return of the rhino to Manas National Park
Geetanjali Krishna
Business Standard , Friday, March 20, 2015

Once upon a time in the Northeast, there was a vast forest next to a river. Its grasslands were home to the one-hornedrhinoceros and the pygmy hog, while giant hornbills nested on its treetops. Till t ...More


Legislators demand fresh elephant census in Meghalaya
Press Trust of India
Business Standard , Friday, March 20, 2015

Opposition parties in Meghalaya today sought a fresh censusbe conducted to determine the number of wild elephants in view of the alleged increase in poaching and electrocution of the pachyderm in the ...More


Shrinking Water Resources, Withering Pastures Put Wildlife to Risk
VK Lakshmi Gayatri
The New Indian Express , Thursday, March 19, 2015

VISAKHAPATNAM:Five months after cyclone Hudhud wreaked havoc in coastal Andhra, the region is staring at a harsh summer. More than anyone else, the wild animals seem to have borne the brunt. With no r ...More


India to use drones to keep eye on poachers in tiger reserves
Vishwa Mohan
The Times of India , Thursday, March 19, 2015

NEW DELHI: India, a home to more than 60% of the world's tiger population, will use drone to keep eye on poachers. The government announced this mode of e-surveillance to protect the country's ...More


Govt plans to use drones to keep track of tigers
Mayank Aggarwal
Live Mint , Thursday, March 19, 2015

New Delhi: Encouraged by the success of a pilot project in the Panna tiger reserve last year, the union ministry of environment and forests (MoEF) on Wednesday announced plans to use drones for el ...More


People's surveillance real power to check poaching: Prakash Javadekar
PTI
The Economic Times , Thursday, March 19, 2015

NEW DELHI: Voicing concern over rising cases of poaching, Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar today said people's surveillance was the "real power" to check the menace and stressed that those livin ...More


Men, Jumbos in War Zone for Survival
The New Indian Express , Wednesday, March 18, 2015

BHUBANESWAR: In a stark pointer to rising man-animal conflict in the State, 685 wild elephants have lost their lives while nearly an equal number of 660 humans killed in jumbo attacks in the last 10 y ...More


30% rise in India's tiger population
PTI
The Hindustan Times , Wednesday, March 18, 2015

There has been a 30% rise in the population of tigers in the country and their current count stands at 2,226, the Lok Sabha was informed. Environment minister Prakash Javadekar informed the House tha ...More


Centre’s move to stop rhino poaching in KNP
The Assam Tribune , Wednesday, March 18, 2015

NEW DELHI, March 17 – Admitting that rhino poaching in the Kaziranga National Park is a big problem, Union Environment and Forest Minister Prakash Javadekar said the government has taken a slew of pro ...More


Man-elephant conflict in Odisha: 685 jumbos, 660 people killed in a decade
Man Animal Conflict
The Hindu , Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Odisha seems to have seen a terrible form of man-elephant conflict in which 685 jumbos have lost their lives while 660 people were killed by marauding pachyderms during past one decade. During this p ...More


Kuttu had killed 5, not 3, tigers from region
TNN
The Times of India , Wednesday, March 18, 2015

NAGPUR: Investigators probing the poaching case have learnt notorious poacher Rahul Gulabsingh Gondthakur (Kuttu) alias Kuttu Chhiyalal Pardhi killed five tigers and not three as previously believed. ...More


Human-animal conflict touches jumbo figures
TNN
The Times of India , Wednesday, March 18, 2015

BHUBANESWAR: It's raging war between humans and jumbos! While 685 elephants died in past 11 years, mainly because of humans, the animals killed 660 people and injured 272 during the same period. ...More


30 per cent rise in tiger population in the last four years
Press Trust of India
The Indian Express , Wednesday, March 18, 2015

There has been a 30 per cent rise in the population of tigers in the country and their current count stands at 2,226, Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar informed the Lok Sabha on Tuesday. He also ...More


ASSAM’S PRIDE AT STAKE
Naresh Mitra
The Times of India , Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Guwahati: The temple of Assam's pride — Kaziranga National Park — is fast losing its sanctity with poachers killing its famed one-horn rhinos with sophisticated weapons almost every other day. The ...More


Ivory objects worth Rs 50L seized, 2 held
TNN
The Times of India , Tuesday, March 17, 2015

KOLKATA: A person was arrested from his Salt Lake residence on Monday morning for allegedly possessing elephant tusks and objects made of ivories. Sources revealed that the items are worth Rs 50 lakh. ...More


Two more eco-tourism hubs on anvil at Satkosia
TNN
The Times of India , Tuesday, March 17, 2015

BHUBANESWAR: The Satkosia Tiger Reserve (STR) authorities have selected two more sites to be developed into eco-tourism hubs. The wildlife wing of the forest department is likely to send a proposal to ...More


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