AHMEDABAD: Taking a serious note of the death of 184 lions in the state in the last two years, the Gujarat High Court today sought explanations of the Union and the state governments over the distu
GANDHINAGAR: The Gujarat government today admitted in the Legislative Assembly that 32 Asiatic lions died due to "unnatural causes" such as falling into wells in the last two years in and around Gi
AHMEDABAD: In the forest near Liliya-Krakach, noisy little cubs are seen sauntering around a small pond. Some are playfully pouncing on their mother who sits relaxed but watchful.
The ministry had earlier given an in-principle nod to the project, which aims to reduce the tourist rush in western part of the Gir National Park in Gujarat.
Ahmedabad: Gujarat high court on Wednesday sought a reply from the state government in response to a PIL objecting to the establishment of a wind farm in the vicinity of a reserved forest at Brihad
Ahmedabad: Teams of the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) have been put on alert in Surat and Amreli districts, following heavy rain warnings.
As many as 310 Asiatic Lions, declared as endangered species, had died in its only abode, the Gir sanctuary in the Saurashtra region of Gujarat, in the past five years, Forest Minister Mangubhai Pa
The state government intends to change the newly devised eco-tourism police for the Gir sanctuary, the last abode of the Asiatic lions.
Union Minister for Environment and Forests Prakash Javadekar said on Sunday the Centre plans to adopt a new policy to allow sand mining in forest areas to stop flood waters from flowing into forest
Advocating for lifting of ban on sand mining from the rivers, especially those passing through forest areas, Union Minister of State for Environment, Forest and Climate Change Prakash Javadekar on
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