Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of In Re: News item published on 27.07.2020 in “Times of India” titled “Forest guard mowed down by ‘mining mafia’ in Sariska” dated 10/08/2020.

Proceedings in this matter have been initiated based on media report1 dated 27.07.2020 under the heading “Forest guard mowed down by ‘mining mafia’ in Sariska” to the effect that “a forest home guard was mowed down by a tractor belonging to suspected mining mafia inside Sariska Tiger Reserve (STR) on Sunday after he attempted to stop them along with his colleague.

JAIPUR: Even as wildlife enthusiasts are exploring the possibilities of relocating tigers at the Mukundra Tiger Hills in Kota, which was once a tiger habitat and declared as a reserve in 2013 but i

JAIPUR: The Wildlife Institute of India (WII) has shot down the proposal from the state forest and wildlife department for the translocation of one sub adult male tiger from the Ranthambore Tiger R

Jaipur: A Special Tiger Protection Force (STPF) would now be established for Sariska Tiger Reserve and the Mukundara Hills Tiger Project.

JAIPUR: Sariska is basking in the glory of increasing tourist footfall these days, but here is some more good news for the tiger reserve.

JAIPUR: There is hope for an inviolate space for the tigers of Sariska Tiger Reserve STR that had lost all its tigers in 2004.

In what is a piece of good news for those concerned about the welfare of wildlife in Delhi's Asola Bhatti Sanctuary and the adjoining Aravalis, the Haryana government has finally decided to declare

Study says human disturbance affecting breeding in Reserve

Sariska Tiger Sanctuary (STR) in Rajasthan’s Alwar is facing unusually slow multiplication of the big cat population mainly due to large scale miscarriages suffered by its tigresses.

The National Green Tribunal has come down heavily on Rajasthan government over the illegal mining of minor minerals in Alwar district and directed it to submit data regarding the same in four weeks