- Elephant family records 10 new members, second highest in nearly two decades

Jamshedpur, May 21: Forest officials have figured it out. Dalma


Jamshedpur, May 7: After Sendra, it

Jamshedpur: A small herd of eight elephants went berserk, devoured foodgrain meant for midday meal and caused extensive damage to at least five houses in the Ichagarh and Chandil blocks of adjoining Seraikela- Kharsawan district late on Saturday night.

Jamshedpur, March 20: The tuskers in Dalma need some training for sure and the state forest department has called for a teacher from Assam.

The state forest department has initiated talks with the Assam government for bringing in a tamed tusker to train the wild ones here.

Jamshedpur, March 17: The state forest department has involved 82 villages in the Dalma range to check forest fires this summer.

- Six new water bodies to make tuskers feel at home in sanctuary

With the onset of summer, Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary is preparing for the homecoming of three tusker herds that had migrated to the jungles of Midnapore, Bengal, last November.

Jamshedpur, Feb. 24: The forest department has given itself another 24 hours to contain the blaze that broke at the Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary on Sunday, apparently due to a devotees

JAMSHEDPUR/RANCHI, Feb. 23: A widespread forest fire, which started late on Saturday night inside and along the fringes of the Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary, has destroyed large tracts of grasslands and engulfed several trees inside the core area of the forest. The fire had also spread to the elephant corridor of the sanctuary.

Jamshedpur, Feb. 4: A tusker from Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary has wreaked havoc in the villages of Kandra and Chowka in the adjoining Seraikela-Kharsawan district.

- Survey on medicinal properties of species


Friends in need: A herd of elephants at Dalma
Jamshedpur, Jan. 19: After providing homes to animals at the Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary, the authorities are now looking forward to prepare a biodiversity register.