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Say hello to Valmik Thapar

This wildlife documentary filmmaker and conservationist fights for the survival The Hindu, 1 month ago

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Indian Express, 1 month ago

A great read for animal lovers

Valmik Thapar is a legendary tiger conservationist who has been hugely instrumental in positively influencing direct and indirect policies pertaining to the tiger. He has been the voice of the tiger for the world, and a very fierce voice at that, which has ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

Steps to improve habitat, security at Buxa as experts doubt presence of tigers

Kolkata: With tiger experts raising doubts about the presence of big cats in Buxa Tiger Reserve (BTR) in north Bengal, authorities have decided to improve habitat, prey base and ensure protection in the reserve before considering their relocation in ...
 ZeeNews.com9 hours ago

Story of a 'man killer': How the hotel lobby 'jailed' the Ranthambore tiger without proof

Who owns the forests of Ranthambore-villagers, hoteliers, tigers or Lord Ganesha? An engrossing conflict between man and animal, business and faith in the Ranthambore National Park has thrown up so many intriguing questions that India's highest ...
 Firstpost.com1 day ago

Pack your bags and take off

Pilgrims in the temple lodge; (below) Bhimkali temple Summer is upon us, and as the mercury rises and hot winds lash the plains, all I can do is yearn for the hills. Indeed, the chill of a mountain dawn, long walks in the day and starry nights ...
 Business Standard India1 day ago

Misplaced hysteria over a tiger's removal

Ustaad was moved to a small enclosure at Sajjangarh, after a forest guard was killed by the tiger in Ranthambore National Park. Authorities have removed Ustaad, a tiger suspected to be a man-eater, from the wild, creating a sharp divide in the ...
 Livemint.com2 days ago Ustad, the tiger, settling in, being fed: Udaipur forest official  Hindustan Times2 days ago

Tiger kills four who trespassed into his area

Daijiworld Media Network Ranthambore, May 19: Tiger lovers and wildlife activists are vehemently protesting the confinement being imposed upon a tiger called T-24 or Ustaad who is currently the prime accused in the killing of four men who are said ...
 Daijiworldcom4 days ago

Ranthambore just lost its most sighted tiger. Thanks to hoteliers

Scared of losing guests and business, hoteliers in Ranthambore used their influence to relocate park's most-watched tiger, T24. As per sources, the operation of relocating T24 to Udaipur zoo was so secretive that even Forest Minister Raj Kumar ...
 Business Insider India5 days ago Ranthambore lost its most famous tiger because of hoteliers' lobby  Economic Times5 days ago

Has an Indian 'man-eating tiger' been wrongly imprisoned?

A tiger in one of India's most visited national parks has been branded a killer and caged in a zoo, sparking protests from wildlife activists who claim the tiger has been wrongly accused and unfairly condemned to live out his life in captivity. Is ...
 BBC5 days ago Scientists quarrel over India's tiger numbers  Rediff.com2 months ago

Man-eater shifted on the sly to Udaipur biological park

Pune-based wildlife enthusiast moves Delhi, Jaipur courts, blames authorities for ignoring rules. Ustad, the tiger — also known as T-24 — said to have killed Rampal Saini, a forest guard, was relocated to Udaipur's Sajjangarh Biological Park on ...
 Pune Mirror5 days ago
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