Specially-trained forces for each of two tiger reserves of Telangana have been sanctioned by National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) and they are likely be deployed before 2017, a senior fores

State Pollution Control Board ignorant of the fact as its office is located in Nizamabad district

Heavy rains lashed Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, throwing normal life out of gear, for the third day running on Monday.

The Telangana government is examining the idea of formation of armed forest protection teams and striking forces to prevent smuggling of teak and other timber from the forests of Adilabad, Warangal

Leaders of several Adivasi (tribal) organizations and members of the Adivasi Sarpanches Organization (ASO) staged a dharna in front of the district collector’s office here and beset the road for a

Relocation of a few tribal villages from the Kawal Tiger Reserve (KTR) in Adilabad district as an important measure towards improvement of the habitat has once again come to the fore following the

Heavy vehicles defy ban, disturb wildlife

Heavy vehicle movement continues unregulated through Kawal Tiger Reserve despite the decision on its ban taken at a meeting of the State Board for Wildlife headed by Chief Minister N. Kiran Kumar Reddy late in January this year.

The Andhra Pradesh Government finally decided to take back 10,760 acres of its land allotted to Brahmani Industries Limited (BIL) of former Karnataka Tourism Minister Gali Janardhan Reddy, now in jail in connection with Obulapuram Mining Company case.

Chief Minister N. Kiran Kumar Reddy went through all the files and papers pertaining to the matter and approved cancellation of the allotment as proposed by Industries & Commerce Department, before leaving for a visit of Adilabad district.

Lightning struck and killed at least 21 people and heavy unseasonal rain damaged acres of standing crops, particularly paddy and mango, over the past two days across Andhra Pradesh.

Untimely rains and hailstorm in Andhra Pradesh have killed 18 persons and damaged agricultural and horticultural crops in 2.50 lakh hectares in the last two days.