Joys of a baby boom at the Ranthambore Tiger Reserve (RTR) for the past couple of years might just be cut short once the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) completes its census as it is e

The Rajasthan government plans to shift some tigers from the Ranthambore National Park to other parks in the State, following an increase in the number of big cats and territorial fights between th

After Narendra Modi, proud custodian of Gir lions, moved from Gandhi Nagar to the helm at Delhi, Madhya Pradesh's hopes of getting the magnificent species on its land have faded.

JAIPUR: While Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve is facing the problem of plenty with 60 tigers in 392 sq. km, Sariska spread over 866 sq. km houses just nine tigers after the relocation in 2008.

A fresh petition filed in the Supreme Court suggests that the proposed translocation of Gir lions to Kuno-Palpur in Madhya Pradesh may harm tigers moving from Rajasthan to Madhya Pradesh.

Will Gir lions shifted to Kuno-Palpur sanctuary in Madhya Pradesh come into conflict with tigers that may have strayed from Ranthambore reserve in Rajasthan? For the first time, an NGO, Wildlife Conservation Trust- Rajkot, has joined as a party to the petition filed by the Rajasthan government claiming that there is a possibility of conflict between the two big cats because a natural movement corridor exists between Kuno and Ranthambore.

After spending Rs 101.6 crore on village relocation, the Ranthambore tiger reserve has still not been able to create inviolate space for the tigers.

The objective of 'Project Tiger' of Union ministry of environment and forests to provide inviolate area for tiger movement might be just beating around the bush, at least in Rajasthan.

The Ranthambore reserve is embarking on phase IV of tiger monitoring as part of National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) protocol for all tiger reserves for a national figure on big cats.

Flush with a baby boom since the past couple of years but equally at the receiving end for deaths and straying of tigers, the Ranthambore tiger reserve has left one and all guessing on the exact tiger count.

Jaipur: There are growing fears over the fate of Machli, the celebrated tigress of Ranthambore National Park, who continues to be missing after she was last spotted on January 9 in zone 5 of the pa

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