The forest officials of Panna Tiger Reserve worked in close nexus with poachers for over a decade, says an internal report prepared by the Intelligence Cell of the tiger reserve, which had lost all its tigers by 2008.

In an attempt to make tribal women self-reliant, the Madhya Pradesh Government has decided to recruit 25 tribal women as professional guides after training them to guide tourists visiting Kanha Nat

Despite drawing severe flak on the translocation of gaurs the MP Forest Department is going ahead with the similar process of shifting barasingha from Kanha to Satpura and few animals from Van Viha

If the one-time dacoit-ravaged, poacher-infested Panna National Park in Madhya Pradesh gives a complex to Rajasthan wildlife authorities and conservationists alike, that is all because of female fecundity.

Minister of Environment and Forest Jairam Ramesh has said that there was no politics in the tiger estimation 2010 and nothing should be read into it.

Union minister for environment and forests Jairam Ramesh recently took the stand that the Ken-Betwa river linking project should be abandoned as it could spell disaster from the ecological point of view but the Madhya Pradesh minister for agriculture Ramkrishna Kusmaria thinks otherwise.

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A tigress was on Sunday relocated to Panna Tiger Reserve in Madhya Pradesh, as a part of the ongoing efforts to revive the tiger population there, a top forest official said.

The State Forest Department continuing with the ongoing process of notifying the buffer zones around tiger reserves across the State, announced the notification of the same at Sanjay Tiger Reserve. With the recent notification, the forest department has notified buffer zone at five out of the six tiger reserves of the State.

In a major setback to the State Forest Department plans of translocating two Kanha tigresses to the Panna Tiger Reserve, the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) has said that the two striped felines should be released in the core area of the Phen sanctuary, before considering their relocation to Panna.

In a letter to Chief Wild Life Warden (CWLW) Madhya Pradesh, HS Pabla, the NTCA Depu