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Tiger cubs may have been poisoned to death
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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 ... DNA, 3 days ago
Two tigers found dead at Ranthambore Business Standard, 4 days ago

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Rajasthan's Mukundra reserve gets first tiger from Ranthambore

The first roar of a tiger was heard at the Rajasthans Mukundara Hills National Park (MHNP) near Kota after the big cat was relocated from Ranthambore on Tuesday. With this, Rajasthan now has tigers in all three of its tiger reserves. Chief Wildlife Warden, in ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago Rajasthan loses two tigers in two days  DNA1 month ago NTCA and Rajasthan Forest Department at loggerheads over tiger Mirza's relocation  catchnews.com2 weeks ago Two tigers killed in separate incidents in Rajasthan in two days: officials  Business Standard1 month ago
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In pics: The Rajasthan you haven't seen yet

There's more to the state than deserts and camels. India's desert state of Rajasthan may not be the best place to cool off your summer vacation. But it does offer some scenic joys to the avid tourist. Check out these photographs from our readers.   The tiger reserve in Ranthambore is one of the largest in India.You can spot rare birds and animal species, including elephants and tigers here. This photograph is clicked by Anuj Jha.   Jatin Oza sent us this image of the brown ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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Spot the tiger!

Rediff readers take a walk on India's wild side. You can share your #India-Photos too! A tiger lounges in camouflage at Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan.Photograph: Anuj Jha.   This little crab fascinated a Rediff reader in Puri, Odisha.Photograph: Anuj Jha.   An inquisitive deer in Bhilai, Chattisgarh.Photograph: Palanki Narayana.   A family of wild asses take a walk.Photograph: Prosanta Banerjee.   Sightings of the deer family are not uncommon in ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago In pix: The pristine beauty of India's natural landscape  Rediff.com2 months ago
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Jaipur: Tourists take a Holi ride on PoW

It was a trip to remember for the tourists who boarded Palace on Wheels during Holi. The 47 tourists were greeted with a warm welcome in Jaipur on Thursday that saw pre-Holi festivities while on dhulandi, they played holi with with colour amid set up thick ...
 DNA1 month ago Foreign journalists, writers zip around in PoW  DNA2 months ago
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World Wildlife Day: Can we save the Big cat family?

As it is World Wildlife Day today (March 3, 2018) let us talk about the species of animal that are in danger of being extinct and some of its fascinating powerful, ferocious facts about the animal that makes it different. Where are they found? The big cat is ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago
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Machli will now roar on screen!

There may be numerous short films and documentaries on wildlife but here is a special story about the life of a tigress Machli, who passed away with grace recently, that could melt the hearts of many. The film, titled ‘The World’s Most Famous ...
 DNA1 month ago
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