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'Ranthambore' - 13 News Result(s)

  • Shift Tigers of Ranthambore Reserve, Demands BJP Leader

    Shift Tigers of Ranthambore Reserve, Demands BJP Leader

    A demand for shifting of tigers of Ranthambore reserve, where their population was on the rise, to another reserve in Kota region of Rajasthan was made by a Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader in the Lok Sabha today.

  • Rajasthan polls: Jaipur Princess takes on the man who could be kingmaker

    Rajasthan polls: Jaipur Princess takes on the man who could be kingmaker

    Sawai Madhopur, about a 160 kilometres east of Rajasthan's capital Jaipur, is better known for its famous Tiger haunt, the Ranthambore National Tiger Park. But these days, as the state heads to election, there is another fight for supremacy being fou...

  • Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot visits Ranthambore national park, spots two tigers

    Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Sunday sighted two tigers in Ranthambore National Park while he was in Jaipur on Congress' 'sandesh yatra' in Sawai Madhopur district.

  • Bina 1 and 2, sisters and tigresses, arrive in Sariska

    Bina 1 and 2, sisters and tigresses, arrive in Sariska

    Efforts to relocate tigers from Ranthambore to Sariska received a big boost today as, in two days, two young tigresses, Bina 1 and Bina 2, were successfully tranquilised and moved to the national park, located in Alwar in Rajasthan.

  • Look who's been spotted at the Sariska Tiger Reserve

    Look who's been spotted at the Sariska Tiger Reserve

    There's good news at the Sariska Tiger Reserve. Two cubs were spotted on Sunday by a camera trap. Sariska lost all its tigers to poaching in 2005. Since then several efforts have been made to breed tigers in the reserve.

  • Animal census in Ranthambore: Volunteers spend 24 hours on a machaan

    Its been an exciting adventure in the jungle for nature lovers who volunteered to be part of the animal census in the Ranthambore National Park in Rajasthan. More than 300 volunteers from all across the country took part in the census - an annual exe...

  • Ranthambore bids farewell to 'Tiger Man'

    Ranthambore bids farewell to 'Tiger Man'

    India's 'Tiger Man' Fateh Singh Rathore was cremated in Ranthambore today. One of the pioneers of ''Project Tiger'' to save the big cats, 73-year old Rathore succumbed to cancer on Tuesday. ?As Ranthambore bid a fond farewell to Rathore, friends and conservationists from all corners of the coun...

  • Ranthambore: Muslim industrialist rebuilds temple

    Ranthambore: Muslim industrialist rebuilds temple

    Famous as one of India's finest tiger sanctuaries, Ranthambore is now also a shining example of India's secular traditions after a Muslim industrialist took the initiative to renovate and rebuild a Hindu temple that was in a dilapidated condition for years.The Ganesh Dham temple on the periphery of ...

  • Ranthambore guards to get NDTV award

    Ranthambore guards to get NDTV award

    It's a story of battle and survival with a difference.Four months ago, two forest guards in Ranthambore risked their own lives to save the life of their senior from a tiger. The two guards didn't just manage to save their senior's life but most inspiringly they managed to do so without letting the t...

  • Katy, Russell leave for honeymoon

    Katy, Russell leave for honeymoon

    After their Indian wedding in Rajasthan's Ranthambore national park, Russell Brand and Katy Perry left on their honeymoon.

  • Brand, Perry to sit on ornate wedding thrones

    Brand, Perry to sit on ornate wedding thrones

    British comedian Russell Brand and Katy Perry have chosen to sit on giant ornate thrones for their wedding.

  • Katy-Russell wait for friends, may marry in Ranthambore

    Katy-Russell wait for friends, may marry in Ranthambore

    Celebrity couple Katy Perry and Russell Brand are waiting for some friends to arrive Thursday before starting their pre-wedding functions.

  • Ranthambore tigers face China threat

    Ranthambore tigers face China threat

    After Sariska, now the tigers of Ranthambore are under threat. Poaching gangs are active in the area.

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