In the state-wise distribution of tigers, Madhya Pradesh had the highest number of the big cats at 526 followed by Karnataka at 524 and 442 in Uttarakhand
It’s going to take a lot more than dedicated officers and conservation groups to save India’s wildlife.
Two male tigers were killed in separate incidents in the tiger reserves of Sariska and Ranthambore in Rajasthan over the past two days, officials said.
Forest Rights Act: Why are Chhattisgarh tribals up in arms over non-implementation of legislation, Centre's new conservation policy?
Even a written assurance may not hold good in a region where informed consent is a remote concept and the tribes can be plucked out of the forest and dumped just about anywhere
As forests, wildlife and tribals exist in uneasy equilibrium, could lions be prey to sixth mass extinction?
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Tiger conservation: After Panna reserve success, 6 big cats to be relocated in Bengal's Buxa from Assam
Tapping into the scientific and management skills gained from the successful tiger relocation exercise at Panna Tiger Reserve in Madhya Pradesh, wildlife experts and forest officials have proposed the introduction of big cats in West Bengal's Buxa Tiger Reserve from Assam.
A proposed four-lane highway through Sariska tiger reserve in Rajasthan has risen the hackles of environmentalists and conservationists everywhere.
The National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) has given in-principle approval for creation of Guru Ghasidas-Tamor Pingla tiger reserve in Chhattisgarh.
With three tigers found dead in the Corbett Tiger Reserve within a week, preliminary investigations have raised questions about the cause of death.
If the fuss was about reining in mushrooming resorts and unruly tourists, the ban achieved nothing.
The states expressed concern that many local people depend on tourism for their livelihood and the ban may affect their income source.