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India loses 50 tigers in six months
Aug 07, 2013 Currently, India has around 1,500 tigers and National Tiger Conservation Authority maintains a photographic record of each one of them.
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Urgent action needed to protect India's shrinking wildlife
Jun 26, 2012 Despite India's Wildlife Protection Act now entering its 40th year, wildlife in the country continues to decline due to poaching and trading. This was the unanimous voice of delegates at a book launch organised by the Delhi-based research organisation, TERI.
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From tees to tigers, wildlife gets a new turf
Jul 29, 2015 A fashion e-commerce platform has released a special edition t-shirt to raise awareness on tiger conservation.
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Fight for flight: Securing wetlands for migratory birds in Kashmir
Sep 05, 2013 Months of lobbying helped the wildlife department to take over 1400 Kanals of wetland (around 175 acres) in Pampore from the revenue department.
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Tigers are no hurdle in development
Jun 03, 2013 The Baglinga example shows that the fears of those lobbying against buffer zones around tiger reserves are highly exaggerated.
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Indo-Pak conflict may isolate brown bears in India
Jan 17, 2013 As fencing of the border between the two South Asian rivals is set to gain momentum, experts spare a thought for the obstruction it will cause to the free movement of animals like brown bears populated at high altitudes in Kashmir.
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Sari squad on a mission to protect wild life sanctuary in Bangladesh
Mar 08, 2011 Chunati Wildlife Reserve has got its guardians in a group of local women who patrol the forest, donning their green saris, seeking out illicit tree fellers and poachers who are damaging the wildlife and the century-old trees. The enthusiastic endeavour of the local women are proving beneficial as the Reserve, once heavily damaged by logging and farming, is observed to obtain a new lease of life.
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Sri Lanka gets first ever WIST team
Aug 07, 2013 The Wildlife Incident Support Team (WIST) in Sri Lanka to help the country fight rising incidents of poaching.
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