AHMEDABAD: The state will add three hatcheries to the existing two to give a shot in the arm to the conservation of the endangered green turtle and Olive Ridley turtle in Gujarat.

AHMEDABAD: Gujarat tourism department, following the notification of July 1 that has brought tourism department's home stay policy around Gir Sanctuary and other protected lion sanctuaries under it

AHMEDABAD: The jawans of Ahmedabad Fire and Emergency Services have rescued several individuals from the Sabarmati river, but these jawans not only face hardships during operations but complain of

In an effort to prevent lion deaths in rail accidents, the state forest department has decided to fence both sides of the 70km railway tracks connecting Pipavav to Bhamar in Amreli district.

A recent study has revealed that in over 60% of the schools surveyed, students avoid using the school toilets. The main reason for this is lack of hygiene or (in the case of girls) privacy.

Rajasthan seems to be losing its tigers to Madhya Pradesh.

The lion population has increased by 27% per cent in Saurashtra, but vital lion sanctuaries in the state including Sasan Gir, Mityalal and Paniya are still waiting for government to declare the lim

Sasan (Junagadh district): Gujarat's pride has become substantial as lion numbers in Gir have crossed the 500 mark to 523, registering a robust growth rate of 27%.

The king of the jungle has doubled his kingdom in Gujarat over the past five years.

Niranjan Savani (39), a dentist in Pennsylvania, has taken urgent leave from work to come to India for two weeks.