Question raised in Rajya Sabha on Death of wild animals in rail and road accidents, 07/01/2019. The number of death of wild animals in road and rail accidents in the country are not collated by the Ministry. However, as per information collected from the states the number of death of elephants, lion and tigers in road/rail accidents in the country as available with the Ministry during the last three years are given at Annexure I, Annexure II and Annexure III.

Question raised in Lok Sabha on Attack by Tigers, 04/01/2019. As reported by States, number of people killed in tiger attacks across the country during last three years and current year, is at Annexure-I. The National Tiger Conservation Authority has a three pronged strategy to prevent conflict between human beings and wild animals which is elaborated at Annexure-II.

Farmers are eagerly awaiting their crop compensation in villages falling in and around Palamu tiger reserve. Standing crop and harvested crop both are destroyed and damaged by herd of elephants.

Question raised in Rajya Sabha on Cases of death of tigers, 17/12/2018. The incidents of tiger deaths due to poaching (including seizures) during the years 2015, 2016 and 2017 are 21, 41 and 28 respectively, while due to road and rail accidents during the same period are 3, 5 and 2 respectively. Details of tiger deaths from 2015 to 2017, including Maharashtra and Odisha, as reported by States, are included in this document.

The government on Wednesday said in the assembly it was contemplating financial aid of Rs 15 lakh instead of Rs 10 lakh for the kin of people killed by tigers.

NAGPUR: In perhaps a first, animal rights and wildlife activists have moved the Supreme Court to stop the shooting of a problem tigress (named T1) from Pandharkawda in Yavatmal district of Maharash

Calcutta: Five hundred pairs of all-weather night-vision cameras will be installed across the Sunderbans Tiger Reserve and South 24-Parganas division for the second round of tiger census in the man

Nagpur: Casting aspersions on committee headed by Brahmapuri deputy conservator of forest (DyCF) Kulraj Singh on capture of Sindewahi tiger (C1), the Nagpur bench of Bombay High Court held that Nat

BAREILLY: At a time when tiger census is underway across the country, a report by Association of Indian Zoo and Wildlife Veterinarians (AIZWV) has revealed that Uttar Pradesh lost 146 tigers betwee

Marked as an occasion to raise public awareness and support for tiger conservation, Global Tiger Day — also known as the International Tiger Day — will be celebrated on Sunday.

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