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Latest News on Ranthambore National Park
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Jul 29, 2019
International Tiger Day 2019: India's tiger numbers have increased by 33 percent in 5 years, but that's not necessarily good newsConserving tigers goes beyond the boundaries of a tiger reserve and the efforts of other stakeholders.
Jul 09, 2019
Ranthambore's star tigress Machhli finds a place in Katy Yocom's book Three Ways to DisappearMany of the tiger scenes in the book Three Ways to Disappear are based on actual experiences of Katy Yocom spotting Machhli. While at its heart the book is about family tragedies, lost connections and a seemingly failing marriage, endangered tiger conservation in the Aravalli forests forms the epicenter of the novel’s plot
Jun 18, 2019
Survival of Sariska’s tigers hangs in balance amid failure to remove squatters from critical habitat zone, genetic inferiority of inbred felinesCondemned to live in the shadow of its big brother, the world famous Ranthambore Tiger Reserve, Sariska’s inability to hold on to its big cats has dismayed wildlife enthusiasts and policy makers for decades
Aug 20, 2016
Machhli, India's most photographed tiger, dies at 19 in RanthamboreIndia's most famous tiger, fondly known as Machhli breathed her last on Thursday afternoon at Ranthambore National Park in Rajasthan.
Aug 18, 2016
Ranthambore's queen Machhli, perhaps the most photographed tigress on the earth, dies at 20Machli, India’s most famous tiger, photographed by thousands of tourists over the years at Ranthambore National Park, died on Thursday, days after the ageing animal stopped eating.
Mar 30, 2016
After Supreme Court decision, Ranthambore tiger Ustad aka T-24 is resigned to life in captivityOn Tuesday, the Supreme Court ruled that the tiger Ustad aka T-24 should remain in captivity; it killed a forest ranger in Ranthambore last year
May 28, 2013
Rajasthan diary: Can cops catch bookie Jupiter again?From bookie Jupiter to politicians' new craze for social media, Rajasthan has its own bowl of news.