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About 21 results for "national tiger conservation authority"

Centre 'clears' dam in Madhya Pradesh tiger reserve
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Tiger count

National Tiger Conservation Authority, Guwahati Regional Centre Inspector General Dev Prakash Bankhwal today visited Bhalok and Khongjarol villages of Tamenglong district where tigers are believed to be present Source The Sangai Express E Pao!, 2 months ago
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NTCA awaits Supreme Court verdict on bringing 'Cheetah' from Africa

The National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) has chalked out a plan to bring the Cheetah from Africa pending clearance from the Supreme Court, an NTCA official said. Representational image BARIPADA: The National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) has ...
 Zee News1 month ago NTCA awaits SC verdict on bringing 'Cheetah' from Africa  Business Standard1 month ago
DNA

Tiger cubs may have been poisoned to death

Holding the forest department responsible for the deaths of two tiger cubs at Ranthambore National Park (RNP), wildlife experts and enthusiasts claimed that the fatal incidents could have been averted had the staff equipped with advanced technology were ...
 DNA1 day ago Grown up tigers can't be released from Park: officials  Business Standard1 week ago DNA THEME: Tormented tigers  DNA3 weeks ago

Proposal mooted to declare core Goa sanctuaries areas as tiger

Encouraged by sightings of tigers in parts of four wildlife sanctuaries in Goa, the state forest department has decided to identify core areas in them that it feels could be declared as a "tiger reserve", subject to the approval by the National Tiger ...
 Business Standard5 days ago

Meeting today to discuss Bandipur night traffic ban

Kerala government continues to demand the lifting of night traffic ban on NH 212 and NH 67 passing through Bandipur Tiger Reserve. A meeting of officials of Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Kerala forest departments and the National Highways Authority of India is ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Min bodies to draft policy on human-wildlife conflict

The National Board for Wildlife (NBWL), in its last meeting on January 25, deliberated on a host of policy issues and formed two committees to draw up a policy framework to prevent human-wildlife conflict. It also discussed conservation of wildlife outside ...
 DNA2 months ago

Forest dept steps up vigil to tackle fire mishaps

While a vast expanse of vegetation at Veeranahosahalli and Metikuppe forest range, under Nagarahole National Park, was destroyed due to man-made forest fire, the Forest department personnel are on a high alert and are all prepared to avert similar mishaps. As ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago

A tradition that protects nature: Why Bishnois value the blackbuck

A Bishnoi devotee, a community where farmers are supposed to give 10 % of their crops to wildlife, plays with a baby Chinkara. Image: @entergrid/Twitter In Rajasthan, for more than 500 years, the Bishnoi community has protected and nurtured wildlife. Last ...
 Sify1 week ago

Forest dept treads cautiously over Great Canara Trails

The Great Canara Trails will be opened for trekkers to walk down the untrodden paths in the pristine forests of the Western Ghats only if the Centre for Environment Education (CEE), Bengaluru, submits a positive report after a scientific study. The Forest ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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