P M Raghunandan, Bangalore, April 19, DH News Service:

Environmentalists fighting against the development of the Mysore-Mananthavadi road cutting through Nagarahole reserve forest, have finally won their decade-old battle.

The State Government has reluctantly given up the road project in the interest of wildlife.

Amidst reports of tiger deaths, there seems to be light at the end of the tunnel with wildlife officials spotting over 112 big cat cubs in national parks across the country.

Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa has stated that the recent fires in Nagarahole national park, Chamundi hills and B R Hills have not harmed wildlife.

Law Minister S Suresh Kumar who read out a statement on behalf of the Chief Minister in the Legislative Assembly on Friday, said fire had spread in 10 to 12 acres in Nagarahole park.

Bangalore: The Forest Department and its enlisted volunteers have made an

Illegal quarrying is in progress in Nagarhole National Park limits right under the supervision of the Forest Department.

Subhash Chandra N S , Jan 10,Bangalore:

Even as the Karnataka government

Subhash Chandra N S, Bangalore, DH News Service:

The reserve involves the State

In a bid to boost tiger conservation in its natural habitat, a young tigress has been relocated to Antharasanthe forest in Nagarahole national park.

A team of experts led by D Yathish Kumar, in charge Deputy Conservator of Forests at Nagarahole National park tranquilised the big cat and released it in the Bhadra Wildlife sanctuary in the Western Ghats.

Panthera Pardus
BEST SEEN AT: Gir National Park, Gujarat; Nagarhole National Park, Karnataka
STATUS: Schedule I
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