DEHRADUN: Forest officials in Uttarakhand have denied permission for a mega yoga gathering that would likely have seen over 1,000 participants from 70 nations converge on Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's Ch

DEHRADUN: National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) has recommended Nandhaur Widllife Sanctuary to be the third tiger reserve in the state.

Dehradun: Chief minister Harish Rawat on Sunday directed the state forest department to impose a ban on religious feasts in areas that fall under national parks such as Rajaji National Park and Cor

The National Green Tribunal has admitted an application against illegal constructions and encroachment in the Haridwar forest division neighbouring the Rajaji tiger reserve.

Release of the tiger conservation plan of Corbett tiger reserve and launch of the Rajaji tiger reserve website are among the activities slated to be held to mark the start of the Wildlife Week in D

Uttarakhand has space for just 100 more tigers. The state already has 340 tigers as per the latest 2014 All-India tiger census report.

For the convenience of tourists and bird watchers thronging the Asan Conservation Reserve (ACR) to catch a glimpse of migratory birds, the state forest department will release the first wetland map

The Kosi-Gaula-Nandhaur-Sharda region, in the Shivalik-Bhabar tract, comprises the western circle of the terai tiger habitat.

Additional secretary S Raju, in a report submitted to the Uttarakhand forest secretary, has held former principal chief conservator of forests (PCCF) of the state SS Sharma guilty of suppressing ac

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Principal Bench, New Delhi) in the matter of National Green Tribunal Bar Association Vs. MoEF & Ors. dated 24/07/2015 regarding illegal and un-authorised mining in the district Haridwar and particularly within 10 Kms. of Rajaji National Park.

NGT directs concerned authorities to ensure that no illegal and un-authorised mining activity be carried out in the district Haridwar and they would give due regard to the fact that such activities can hardly be permitted within 10 Kms. of Rajaji National Park.