GUWAHATI, Manas Wildlife Sanctuary is no longer in the list of World Heritage Sites in Danger.

GUWAHATI, July 31 – With the World Heritage site status restored, the Manas National Park is on an upgrade drive vis-à-vis its area, wildlife, infrastructure, management, tourism, and community par

JAIPUR: Shahgarh or Ramgarh? African or Iranian? Several questions dog the ambitious project on re-establishing the cheetah in Rajasthan. The problems seem to only grow with time putting a question mark on the already jinxed project.

The Union ministry of environment and forests has expressed concern over environmental degradation along the hills of Karbi Anglong in proximity to Kaziranga National Park.

Former Union environment and forest minister Jairam Ramesh had written to Assam chief minister Tarun Gogoi last month, saying the ministry had been receiving a number of complaints on environmental deprivation in the hill ar

India will make all-out efforts to shrug off the danger tag from the famous Manas National Park at the World Heritage Committee meeting in Paris by highlighting the success story of the sanctuary, which was plagued by rampant poaching and activities of rebel groups, reports PTI.

The 35th session of the World Heritage Committee began at the UNESCO headquarters today and will continue till June 2

Three elephant corridors are in jeopardy due to the acquisition of forest land and increased area of human settlements.

Elephants in the BRT tiger reserve in Chamarajnagar. The state has nine elephant corridors out of which three are present in the Biligiriranganatha Tiger reserve forest.

JAIPUR: The Desert National Park (DNP), one of the largest sanctuaries of the country spread over the twin districts of Jaisalmer and Barmer may get newer territories.

Assam which is amongst the states with highest elephant mortality due to train hits has succeeded to a certain extent in preventing train-elephant collisions since 2008 by implementing the Train Hits Mitigation Project.

This project is being jointly implemented by the Assam Forest Department, Northeast Frontier Railways and Wildlife Trust of India (WTI) with support from the UK based charity El

With an overall objective of developing a conservation action plan for sloth bear conservation projects in India, the Wildlife Trust of India is organising a series of workshops across the country.

13 Extra Riders; Forest Advisory Panel