India’s tiger population reached 3,682 in 2022, a significant increase from 2,967 in 2018, according to the report “Status of Tigers: Co-predators and Prey in India-2022,” released as part of the International Tiger Day celebrations.

Prime Minister released the latest tiger numbers at a mega event organised in Mysuru to mark the completion of 50 years of ‘Project Tiger’. According to the data, the tiger population in the country increased from 2,967 in 2018 to 3,167 in 2022.

According to the latest tiger census data by the National Tiger Conservation Authority, India's tiger population has increased by 200 in the past four years to reach 3,167 in 2022. The tiger population has shown a steady increase from 1,411 in 2006 to 1,706 in 2010, 2,226 in 2014, 2,967 in 2018, and 3,167 in 2022.

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of Anupam Tripathi & Others Vs Union of India & Others dated 05/12/2022.

Conservation Assured | Tiger Standards (CA|TS) started with a simple aim – to contribute to the many efforts around the world to secure wild tigers. But such tasks are never so simple to implement.

The report provides an overview of tiger monitoring studies undertaken in Valmiki Tiger Reserve (TX2 site) using intensive camera trapping and line transect and tiger & prey population estimates. The study also highlights critical conservation issues, threats, challenges and opportunities for the recovery of tiger populations.

The Environment Minister released the report ‘Status of Leopards, Co-predators and Megaherbivores-2018’ stating that the report is a testimony to the fact that conservation of tigers leads to the conservation of entire ecosystem.

India now accounts 70 percent of the world's total population of tigers, the environment ministry said while releasing its fourth detailed national tiger estimation report.

The tiger signifies the health of the forest, their ecosystem function and services. India's wild tigers account for more than 75% of the global tiger population. India has played the leadership role in fostering wild tiger conservation and management at the global level by taking up several milestone initiatives.

Report by the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) to the National Green Tribunal in Original Application No. 1030/2018 on the news item published in The Times of India and authored by Vijay Pinjarkar titled "String of new road projects in Maha to cut off tiger corridors."

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