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Into the wild with Valmik Thapar

Into the wild with Valmik Thapar

Valmik Thapar's book -- Wildfire: The Splendours Of India's Animal Kingdom -- is a reminder of India's sumptuous wildlife wealth at a time when there is a steady dilution of conservation policies The arrival of Wildfire couldn't have been more perfectly timed: we are, I believe, at the turning point in India's wildlife history. Let me explain: India's myriad ecosystems -- mountains, coasts, riverine, wetlands, deserts, evergreen forests, scrub forests -- harbour an amazing diversity of ..., 1 week ago

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HC glare on noisy trams

- Conservationist berates Bengal on Buxa; author lifts veil off book at lit meet finaleConservationist Valmik Thapar tore into the Bengal government on Monday for the dismal tiger census figures for Buxa and the Sunderbans, saying he hoped Mamata ...
 24Dunia1 month ago Tiger figures invite growl  The Telegraph1 month ago

Find fate of Buxa tigers: Valmik Thapar asks Bengal

Kolkata, Jan 26 (IANS) Tiger expert Valmik Thapar Monday urged the West Bengal government to "find out" the plight of tigers in the Buxa Tiger Reserve (BTR) in northern part of the state, in the light of no photographs emerging to substantiate the ...
 Mangalorean1 month ago Find fate of Buxa tigers Valmik Thapar asks Bengal  Calcutta News.Net1 month ago Bengal government urged to find plight of Buxa tigers  Jagran Post1 month ago Find fate of Buxa tigers: Tiger expert asks Bengal government  Jagran Post1 month ago
Deccan chronicle

Be careful on relocating tigers: Valmik Thapar

Kolkata, Jan 27 (IANS) Tiger expert Valmik Thapar has expressed concern on relocating the Royal Bengal tigers in the Sunderbans mangrove of West Bengal and "dumping" them elsewhere in the forest, a process, he said, traumatises the big cats.
 News Chennai Online1 month ago On a wild mission  Deccan chronicle1 month ago Be careful on relocating tigers Valmik Thapar  New Delhi News.Net1 month ago

Roar for real?

Tough-to-impress naturalist Valmik Thapar on why the 30% jump in India's tiger census calls for celebration, but must be chased by changes including a shake-up of state forest departments. On January 20, environment minister Prakash Javdekar ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 month ago
Manorama Online

Schools must have wildlife education: Valmik Thapar

New Delhi: Apart from reinforcing the benefits of public-private partnership and adopting an inclusive approach towards wildlife in India, tiger conservationist and naturalist Valmik Thapar strongly feels that focussing on this much-ignored subject ...
 Manorama Online1 month ago Schools should emphasise on courses in wildlife: Thapar  Himalayan times1 month ago Wildlife education should be done in schools: Valmik Thapar  Prokerala1 month ago

On a wild mission

A photograph from the book India’s foremost naturalist and conservationist, Valmik Thapar publishes the second book in his triology that chornicles India’s diverse wildlife spread over 16 climatic zones It was in 1961 that Valmik Thapar saw his first ...
 Asian Age1 month ago

PPP mode only way for high tiger population: Valmik

A public private partnership (PPP) within the forest is the only way ahead to ensure that the tiger count in the country remains high, asserted tiger expert Valmik Thapar while speaking at a session at the Jaipur Literature Festival on Friday.
 Times of India1 month ago

Scientists quarrel over India's tiger numbers

Have India's tigers increased by 30 per cent in the last four years? Some scientists question the numbers. Rashme Sehgal reports for on the debate. Scientists across the globe are questioning whether India's tiger population has actually increased by 30 per cent in the last four years. The recent tiger census released by the National Tiger Conservation Authority, NTCA, stated in January 2015 that the tiger numbers had risen from 1,702 to 2,206 in the last four years. Now a team of ...
 Rediff.com6 days ago Silver lining for tiger population?  Gulf News2 weeks ago Don't fool yourself: Good news of tiger census camoflauges the truth  Firstpost.com3 weeks ago The roar is back Indias tigers are on their prowl again  Hindustan Times1 month ago

Animal Planet celebrates India's national animal with month-long programming

Actors Irrfan Khan and Nargis Fakhri have joined hands to support Animal Planet's initiative and to raise awareness about the threats affecting tigers survival Tracking one of India's most elusive and endangered animals, Animal Planet will ...
 Best Media Info1 week ago
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