India, home to nearly 70% of the world's tiger population, will host the next Asia Ministerial Conference on tiger conservation.

Dwindling prey and skewed gender ratio a concern, says study

JAIPUR: Rajasthan High Court has issued notices to the Union ministry of environment and forests, National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) and the state government over non-implementation of th

Fostering local community tolerance for endangered carnivores, such as tigers (Panthera tigris), is a core component of many conservation strategies. Identification of antecedents of tolerance will facilitate the development of effective tolerance-building conservation action and secure local community support for, and involvement in, conservation initiatives.

Beyond the realms of Ranthambhore’, a status report on tiger and its prey in the wildlife habitats of Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan, aims at enabling improved and precise conservation strategies. The Ranthambhore National Park, located in WWF-India’s Western India Tiger Landscape is the westernmost arid zone range for wild tigers in the world.

As India is home to nearly 70 per cent of world’s tiger population, the Union Environment Ministry is planning to relocate some of the big cats to Cambodia, Thailand and Myanmar, where they have ei

NAGPUR: The unique bicycle rally on "World Pollution Control Day" for propagating government schemes on tiger conservation and community development was organized by Satpuda Foundation in Melghat o

Question raised in Rajya Sabha on Protection of Tigers, 30/11/2015. Several milestone initiatives have been taken by the Government of India for protection and conservation of tigers and other wild animals, and the same is at Annexure-I.

Everything in the Dhanwatey household spells heritage, be it antique furniture, pictures of tigers staring at you from old frames or century-old trees surrounding their ancestral house.

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Central Zonal Bench, Bhopal) in the matter of Tribunal at its own motion vs. Ministry of Environment and Ors. dated 19/11/2015 regarding unsystematic growth coupled with human intervention into the habitat and areas of movement of the tigers and particularly the corridors leading to man-animal conflict with the worst case scenario of tigers losing their life in that event.