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India accounts for 70% of world's tigers, says Prakash Javadekar, releases new status report on wild cats
India

India accounts for 70% of world's tigers, says Prakash Javadekar, releases new status report on wild cats

The report compares information gathered during tiger surveys of 2006, 2010 and 2014 with data from the 2018-19 review to estimate population trends, patch colonisation and extinction rate

World Environment Day 2020: Tigers are threatened by a nearly 24,000 kilometers network of planned roads across Asia
science

World Environment Day 2020: Tigers are threatened by a nearly 24,000 kilometers network of planned roads across Asia

The explosion of new roads is driven in part by the global development strategies such as China’s Belt and Road Initiative.

Cases of Coronavirus spreading from humans to pets rise; still no evidence of animal-to-human transmission
World

Cases of Coronavirus spreading from humans to pets rise; still no evidence of animal-to-human transmission

While it appears that animals can get the virus from people, there is no indication that pets are transmitting it to human beings.

Tigers must be punished for eating cows like humans, says Goa MLA Churchill Alemao during Assembly debate on man-animal conflicts
Politics

Tigers must be punished for eating cows like humans, says Goa MLA Churchill Alemao during Assembly debate on man-animal conflicts

'What is the punishment for a tiger when he eats a cow? When a human being eats cow, he is punished,' Goa MLA Churchill Alemao said.

Pakistan vs Bangladesh: Russell Domingo slams 'average' pitches in Lahore as Tigers surrender T20I series with back-to-back losses
First Cricket News

Pakistan vs Bangladesh: Russell Domingo slams 'average' pitches in Lahore as Tigers surrender T20I series with back-to-back losses

Bangladesh head coach Russell Domingo criticised the "average pitches" prepared for the T20 Internationals by the PCB curators in Lahore, saying they did not suit their batsmen.

India vs Bangladesh: Winning T20 series against Men in Blue will be a 'big boost' for Tigers, says visiting captain Mahmudullah
First Cricket News

India vs Bangladesh: Winning T20 series against Men in Blue will be a 'big boost' for Tigers, says visiting captain Mahmudullah

Bangladesh captain Mahmudullah on Wednesday said a T20 series win against hosts India will be a "big boost" for Bangladesh cricket in the wake of recent setbacks, including the ban on star player Shakib-Al-Hasan.

India vs Bangladesh: Loss in hazy Delhi another reminder of Indian batting unit's shortcomings in build-up to 'Mission 2020'
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India vs Bangladesh: Loss in hazy Delhi another reminder of Indian batting unit's shortcomings in build-up to 'Mission 2020'

India conceded a 1-0 series lead to Bangladesh following their seven-wicket defeat, with keeper-batsman Rishabh Pant particularly copping criticism for the loss.

Tigers highly stressed during the tourist season in central Indian reserves
science

Tigers highly stressed during the tourist season in central Indian reserves

A study showed tigers introduced in Sariska Tiger Reserve failed to reproduce, due to stress caused by humans.

Wildlife Week 2019: Tragic tale of 'man-eating' tigress Avni tells us so much about the climate crisis
science

Wildlife Week 2019: Tragic tale of 'man-eating' tigress Avni tells us so much about the climate crisis

Avni achieved fame when a designer cologne was used to lure her but it failed, she was hunted and killed.

Senthil Kumaran on documenting human-wildlife conflict, and photography as a socio-political tool
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Senthil Kumaran on documenting human-wildlife conflict, and photography as a socio-political tool

Senthil Kumaran is a documentary photographer whose work focuses on social and environmental issues, with an ongoing project documenting the human-wildlife conflict.

61 of the 147 tigers rescued from Thai temple survive the change of location
science

61 of the 147 tigers rescued from Thai temple survive the change of location

The Department of Wildlife said that in-breeding lead to genetic problems which was a risk to the body and immune system.

Historical conservation efforts show with the tiger population numbers in India
science

Historical conservation efforts show with the tiger population numbers in India

India has come a long way in tiger conservation to ensure there is a steady rise in the population of tigers.

120 tigers trafficked each year, 2,300 tigers killed, trafficked this century: report
science

120 tigers trafficked each year, 2,300 tigers killed, trafficked this century: report

Skins are the single most frequently seized tiger part, on average 58 whole tiger skins seized each year.

International Tiger Day 2019: India's tiger numbers have increased by 33 percent in 5 years, but that's not necessarily good news
India

International Tiger Day 2019: India's tiger numbers have increased by 33 percent in 5 years, but that's not necessarily good news

Conserving tigers goes beyond the boundaries of a tiger reserve and the efforts of other stakeholders.

Survival of Sariska’s tigers hangs in balance amid failure to remove squatters from critical habitat zone, genetic inferiority of inbred felines
India

Survival of Sariska’s tigers hangs in balance amid failure to remove squatters from critical habitat zone, genetic inferiority of inbred felines

Condemned 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

COBX Masters 2019: Detonator and MVP PK emerge as winners of the esports tournament
Gaming

COBX Masters 2019: Detonator and MVP PK emerge as winners of the esports tournament

The top three teams were rewarded from the $200,000 prize pool of the three-day LAN tournament.

Tiger habitats in the Sundarbans are imperiled by climate change; govt intervention is urgently required
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Tiger habitats in the Sundarbans are imperiled by climate change; govt intervention is urgently required

Royal Bengal tigers in the Bangladesh Sundarbans could be wiped off by 2070 due to a combination of climate change and sea level rise.

Tiger-cannibalism in Kanha Tiger Reserve: Rare phenomenon has less to do with hunger than anger
India

Tiger-cannibalism in Kanha Tiger Reserve: Rare phenomenon has less to do with hunger than anger

Three recent incidents of tigers killing and eating other tigers in the Kanha Tiger Reserve of Madhya Pradesh have reignited the old but seldom-understood phenomenon of cannibalism among the big cats

The striped mystery of Gujarat
India

The striped mystery of Gujarat

Guest of Gujarat this tiger may be, but the buzz it has started attracting refuses to die down

Now that kissing doesn’t have shock value, I can move on to other things: Emraan Hashmi
Entertainment

Now that kissing doesn’t have shock value, I can move on to other things: Emraan Hashmi

Why Cheat India star Emraan Hashmi on shaking off his 'serial kisser' image, his character in the film and turning to production