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

With the aim of ensuring safe movement of tigers into different landscapes, the Ministry of Environment and Forest (MoEF) is re-establishing tiger corridors.

Seoni (Madhya Pradesh): Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan on Sunday participated in a

Two hand-reared tigress from Madhya Pradesh's Kanha tiger reserve would soon be shifted to adjacent Panna sanctuary to give company to three translocated big cats there, the first such experiment in the country.

"The two orphaned siblings have been hand-raised since 2005 when their mother was mauled to death by a male tiger and are likely to be translocated this month-end," sanctuary's field di

Report by WWF-India highlights threat by proposed railway line expansion to crucial corridor linking tiger habitats. Kanha-Pench tiger corridor located in the Central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, the Kanha-Pench corridor is one of the most important forest corridors in India and facilitates tiger dispersal between Kanha and Pench Tiger Reserves.

If Project Tiger has its way, there will be no more coal mining in Chhindwara

May 5 2010 will probably go down the annals of wildlife history as the first major step taken by the government of Maharashtra for the protection of tigers that are dwindling faster than the receding forest that protects them. In a boost in and around Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve (TATR), the state government finally issued an notification for a buffer zone around Tadoba.

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Environment & forests minister Jairam Ramesh and minister of road transport and highways, Kamal Nath have locked horns yet again.

Mr Nath has been pushing for the setting up of a 1,320 MW coal-based thermal power plant by Adani Power in his Chhindwara constituency. The power project was expected to be set up in the close proximity of the

Environment Ministry not to allow diversion of water from protected areas

The power project of Adani Power Limited (APL) in Madhya Pradesh seems to have run into rough weather with the Environment Ministry giving enough indications that it would not approve the proposal of the company to draw water from Pench Tiger reserve for its project in Chhindawara district.