31 Forest Service Officials To Participate In One Week Programme at GFSU
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Ahmedabad: The lion king will have better handlers henceforth. The Union ministry, in a recent decision, has said that only experienced personnel of the Indian Forest Services (IFS) will get critical posting like conservation of Asiatic lions in Gir.

Though the

ADILABAD, Dec. 21: The demand for setting up forest stations on the lines of police station in complicated forest sections such as Dedra, Voipet and Sirichelma is gaining ground to control teakwood smuggling and the felling of trees, both of which are rampant in the district.

Adilabad, Dec. 20: A forest beat officer S. Manthya Naik 's sacrifice to protect the forest from professional teak wood smugglers Multanis went unnoticed, amid the the excitement created by the climate change conference in Copenhagen preventing various kinds of emissions which affects climate, worldwide.

A second year student swooned and was rushed to hospital

Kongunadu Munnetra Kazhagam wants Government to hold talks with students

Mettupalayam: The police on Thursday removed nearly 111 students of the Forest College at Mettupalayam, including girl students, for attempting to stage a road blockade as part of their strike. Of the removed five included activists of students

SEEKING JOB ASSURANCE: Students of Forest College and Research Institute at Mettupalayam who came to Coimbatore on Monday to submit a petition to the Collector.

Hyderabad, Nov. 19: The Andhra Pradesh High Court on Thursday suspended an order issued by Mr Kallol Biswas, the divisional forest officer (DFO) of Anantapur restraining the Anantapur Mining Corporation from mining iron ore at Obulapuram.

Justice L. Narasimha Reddy granted the interim order while dealing with a petition filed by Ms G. Lakshmi Aruna, wife of mining baron Mr Gali

Applications have been invited by the Forest Department for the direct recruitment of candidates to fill 218 vacant posts of forest protectors and 863 vacant posts of forest guards.

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KATHMANDU: India has revised the guidelines for the Special Tiger Protection Force (STPF) to deploy forest personnel in place of the local police, with scope for involving locals like Van Gujjars.