Nagpur: Casting aspersions on committee headed by Brahmapuri deputy conservator of forest (DyCF) Kulraj Singh on capture of Sindewahi tiger (C1), the Nagpur bench of Bombay High Court held that Nat

BAREILLY: At a time when tiger census is underway across the country, a report by Association of Indian Zoo and Wildlife Veterinarians (AIZWV) has revealed that Uttar Pradesh lost 146 tigers betwee

Jaipur: The National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) has pointed out that the state forest department not only violated law in the relocation of tiger T-91 to the Mukundra Hills Tiger Reserve (

BHOPAL: After its first successful inter-state translocation of a tiger, Madhya Pradesh forest department on Wednesday captured and shifted a tigress to Satkosia tiger reserve in Odisha.

Chandrapur: Highlighting the increasing number of wild animals being killed on Chandrapur-Mul stretch of newly declared national highway No.

Nagpur: The MoEFCC and National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) have stepped in to rein in the Maharashtra Ecotourism Development Board (MEDB), which has mega plans to develop 320 ecotourism si

LUCKNOW: The forest department has sent a proposal to the state government to develop Ranipur wildlife sanctuary as the fourth tiger reserve in UP.

Member secretary of the Central Zoo Authority raised various issues related to tiger safaris

The State Government has shelved its plan to declare Bhoramdev Sanctuary as a Tiger Reserve, Forest Minister Mahesh Gagda informed on Tuesday.

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of Centre for Environment Law Vs Union of India & Others dated 10/04/2018 regarding reintroduction of Cheetahs from Africa to suitable sites in India identified by the Wildlife Institute of India based on a detailed site specific action plan. By way of this application, the reintroduction of the Cheetahs from Africa is sought to be made in some other places in addition to Kuno, Shivpuri (Madhya Pradesh). Apex Court directs reply to be filed within six weeks.

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