The High Court has served a show-cause notice to the Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) government on the issue of a total ban on the trade of shatoosh shawls. These shawls are made after killing the

India is among the top 10 countries threatened with high species loss

Wildlife officials recently disclosed they had confiscated a 100 kg consignment of the wool of the endangered Tibetan antelope in June. The contraband, which was seized in New Delhi, had been

Sustainable harvesting of chiru may help save the Tibetan antelope

The question is not just of farming chiru. It is about the policy that a country should have towards wildlife conservation, forest dwelling people and the elite

the Jammu and Kashmir government severely criticised the worldwide ban on shahtoosh shawls saying it is "a deli

Restrictions on the manufacture and sale of Shahtoosh shawls threaten the livelihood of thousands of people in Kashmir

ZOOLOGISTS have always wondered why the females of two African antelope species repeatedly mated with only certain males. A further clue was provided by James Deutsch and Rory Nefdt of Cambridge