Should the police be put in charge of sanctuaries and the locals who live near these? Should India be made into a police state?

THE lions are going on a safari to see humans being evicted. At stake is the culture and lifestyle of a community of tribals, primarily forest-gatherers, rich in the knowledge of traditional herbs

The latest roadshow planned by the Delhi government may just wind up hitting the ridge and bifurcating a sanctuary

three cheers! The Indian Board of Wildlife meets at last, presumably because of the pressure from non-governmental organisations. The apex decision-making body in India in the field of wildlife was

Marginalised by developmental processes, local people are fighting for their right to manage forests

The World Wide Fund for Nature-India (wwf-i) brought to the attention of the Delhi High Court that the Centre had denotified large areas in the national parks and sanctuaries violating the

THE nonchalance of salt manufacturers as well as the government is causing destruction to the wild ass sanctuary in the Little Rann of Kutch in Gujarat. The Kutch is also home to the

INDIA'S record of protecting its wildlife species is none too bright, says a report prepared by a committee appointed by the Delhi High Court and headed by inspector genera I of forests, M F

The Bangladesh ministry of environment and forests has decided to grant licence to parties interested in setting up private farms for breeding and rearing wildlife species. The recent decision

Maharashtra villagers and environmentalists see red as the Radhanagri Sanctuary becomes yet another victim of industrial onslaught