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NTCA to give CSR funds for Pench

The interstate meeting called by National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) between Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra Pench tiger reserves has decided to fund various projects in the reserves under corporate social responsibility (CSR) programmes of companies. Times of India, 17 hours ago

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Borneo Bulletin, 3 weeks ago
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Mungantiwar overrides NTCA on monsoon tourism in Tadoba, Pench reserves

Maharashtra forest minister Sudhir Mungantiwar on Monday overruled the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA), a statutory body monitoring tiger reserves in the country, and decided to continue with monsoon tourism in Tadoba-Andhari and Pench tiger ...
 Times of India1 day ago No monsoon tourism in Tadoba, Pench this year  Times of India5 days ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Last-minute rush for bookings at tiger reserves

Nagpur: With the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) issuing directives to shut state tiger reserves during monsoons, there is heavy rush for last-minute bookings at local tiger reserves as wildlife buffs want to make the best use of last ...
 Times of India4 days ago Pugmarks spell cheer in big cat reserve  Calcutta Telegraph4 days ago NTCA-WII report dumps 50m diktat on NH-7  Times of India2 weeks ago Mitigation measures must for tiger conservation, says expert  Times of India3 weeks ago
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NDTV

Kudermukh and Rajaji National Parks Declared as Tiger Reserves: Centre

The National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) has accorded final approval to two national parks for being declared as tiger reserves, the Lok Sabha was informed today. "The NTCA has accorded final approval to Kudermukh National Park in Karnataka and Rajaji ...
 NDTV2 months ago Nod given to declare 2 national parks as tiger reserves: Govt  Economic Times2 months ago Two national parks to be declared as tiger reserves: Govt  Times of India2 months ago

National Highway comes in big cats' path at Sariska Tiger Reserve

The National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) has taken up construction of a new highway, NH 248A, which will not only pass through the buffer zone of the Sariska Tiger Reserve (STR) in Rajasthan's Alwar but would also bisect the territories of ...
 India Today1 month ago Plan for 4-lane highway in Sariska reserve  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago PM's mediation sought in Sariska National Highway proposal  India Today1 month ago Road through Sariska runs into controversy as PWD takes it up  Times of India2 weeks ago
Mongabay.com

Big reserve expansion gives tigers a boost in India

This article was produced under the Mongabay Reporting Network and can be re-published on your web site or blog or in your magazine, newsletter, or newspaper under these terms . A wild Bengal tiger in India. Photo by Morgan Erickson-Davis. ...
 Mongabay.com1 day ago Patratu ox puts lens on tiger  Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago How an Indian wildlife reserve lost 20 tigers in three years  Fnews.com2 weeks ago Plight of the Bengal: India awakens to the reality of its tigers—and their fate  Mongabay.com1 month ago
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Malaysia MSN

Increasing Palm Oil Price Helps In The Conservation Of Endangered Tigers, Study Says

Increasing prices for palm oil can help save endangered species, such as the Sumatran tigers, according to new research. Scientists have found that people will pay more for palm oil if they knew that part of the money goes to the conservation of the ...
 International Business Times Australia1 week ago Raising palm oil prices could help to save endangered tigers and orangutans, study claims  Malaysia MSN2 weeks ago

Poachers shift to hornbills as rare animals decline

Targeted: A hornbill flies over durian trees in Lamsujen, Lhoong district, Aceh Besar. Mount Leuser National Park authorities say poachers have shifted their efforts to catching the rare bird as a result of the decreasing number of protected animals ...
 Jakarta Post2 weeks ago
India Today

SC keeps hands off 'man-eater' shift plea

New Delhi, June 1: The Supreme Court today refused to intervene in the relocation of Ustad, the Ranthambore tiger labelled a "man-eater" after it killed a guard, to an Udaipur zoo and rejected claims the animal had been kept in captivity. Justice ...
 Calcutta Telegraph4 weeks ago 'Killer' Ranthambore tiger won't be shifted, for now  Economic Times1 month ago Man-eater shifted on the sly to Udaipur biological park  Pune Mirror1 month ago Ustaad hates Udaipur zoo, goes on fast  Deccan Chronicle1 month ago
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Indian Express

A tiger's roar in captivity

A nine-year-old tiger, popularly called Ustad (T24), killed Rampal Saini, a forest guard in the Ranthambore National Park in Rajasthan on May 8. The tiger attacked the guard when he was patrolling on foot in the big cat's territory. Ustad has also ...
 Millennium Post1 week ago Big Picture: The debate on Ranthambore's man-eater Ustad aka T24  Indian Express1 month ago Ustad escapes cage by a whisker  The Hindu1 month ago Misplaced hysteria over a tiger's removal  Livemint.com1 month ago
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