India News | Written by Monideepa Banerjie | Tuesday April 21, 2015
A full grown leopard's skin and several bones were seized by the forest department in West Bengal's Jalpaiguri district on Monday from two Bhutanese nationals who have been detained.
India News | Edited by Amit Chaturvedi | Monday February 25, 2013
Leopards are now the targets of tiger poachers in Uttarakhand. Thirty four of leopards have been killed so far this year. While some of them died of natural causes, a majority of these leopards were killed by poachers. Last year, the number of leopards killed stood at 134.
Cities | Press Trust of India | Monday February 27, 2012
Police today seized two leopard skins at Chopdali village of Uttarkashi district, officials said. The skins were seized yesterday on the basis of information received from Shishpal Singh, a suspected smuggler of wildlife organs, who was arrested last week, they said.
Assembly Tamil Nadu | Press Trust of India | Thursday January 12, 2012
Five persons have been arrested in three separate cases and leopard skin and a tiger's skeleton recovered from them, forest officials said today.
India News | Press Trust of India | Monday October 4, 2010
The Supreme Court on Monday expressed concern over declining population of tigers and lashed out at notorious poacher Sansar Chand, who has been convicted for trading animal's body parts, saying a day would come soon when human skin will be traded for commercial purposes. "You are selling the skin of tigers and leopards. Tom...
Cities | Press Trust of India | Wednesday August 18, 2010
A student was arrested and leopard skin was seized from his possession in Jammu city on Wednesday, police said.Acting on a tip off, police intercepted a class 12 student at Panama Chowk in the city and recovered from his possession the skin of baby leopard along with its head, Trikuta Nagar Station House Officer Abid Hussain Rafeeqi said.The accuse...
Cities | mid-day.com | Monday April 26, 2010
'Sex Swami' Nithyananda might land in further trouble following the recovery of a CD which shows him using wildlife products including a tiger pelt and skin of a leopard.