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Cities | Indo-Asian News Service | Wednesday March 19, 2014
Notorious wildlife poacher Sansar Chand died of cancer at a hospital in Jaipur on Tuesday, a doctor said.
India | Reported by Sidharth Pandey, Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Tuesday July 16, 2013
India's deadliest poacher, Sansar Chand, the man said to be single-handedly responsible for the missing tigers of the Sariska wildlife sanctuary in Rajasthan, is all set to walk free.
India | Written by Harsha Kumari Singh, Edited by Abhinav Bhatt | Wednesday January 23, 2013
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.
India | Edited by Janaki Fernandes | Sunday September 30, 2012
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.
India | Edited by Amit Chaturvedi | Wednesday August 8, 2012
It is good news for tiger lovers as the Sariska reserve in Rajasthan has finally got a tiger cub. The cub has been spotted in camera trap.
Cities | Arvind Singh Thanagazi, DNA | Wednesday December 15, 2010
As a forest fire approached the Kyara village, situated in vicinity of Sariska Tiger Reserve, officials of state forest department and district administration of Alwar locked horns, each shirking responsibility. According to villagers, the forest fire started in the bushes near Thanagazi on Sunday b...
India | Rajan Mahan | Thursday November 18, 2010
India's Forest Minister Jairam Ramesh was at the Ground Zero of country's Tiger Crisis. After reaching Sariska, Jairam Ramesh headed straight for the exact spot where ST1, the first tiger relocated from Ranthambore, was found dead.Two villages are just a kilometer away but strangely none of their 60...
India | NDTV Correspondent | Wednesday November 17, 2010
Environment minister Jairam Ramesh visited Sariska reserve on Wednesday morning as authorities there have concluded that the tiger that was found dead was probably poisoned by villagers. (Read: Setback in Sariska as translocated tiger found dead)The environment minister announced Rs30 crores for rel...
India | Press Trust of India | Tuesday November 16, 2010
Two officials of Sariska reserve forest, where a relocated tiger died, has been suspended on the charge of dereliction of duty even as government ruled out stopping tiger translocating programme despite coming in for criticism from some wildlife experts.Concerned over the death of the tiger due to s...
India | Press Trust of India | Monday November 15, 2010
One of the five tigers translocated to Sariska reserve to revive their population has been found dead.The carcass of the tiger was found on Sunday night, Rajasthan Forest Minister Ramlal Jat said on Monday.He said injury marks indicate that the tiger might have been killed in a territorial fight. Ho...
Cities | Sharat K Verma, DNA | Tuesday October 19, 2010
The repeated incidents of tigers straying out of the Ranthambhore forests--two such incidents were reported within last fortnight--have made the wildlife experts anxious. The wildlife experts have suggested measures in order to prevent the situations which result in tigers straying out, the forest d...
Environment | NDTV Correspondent | Tuesday October 6, 2009
After Sariska, now the tigers of Ranthambore are under threat. Poaching gangs are active in the area.
India | Press Trust of India | Monday May 4, 2009
Unrelenting heat wave in northern India has put a halt plan to relocate a tiger from Rathambore National park to Sariska sanctuary.
India | NDTV Correspondent | Saturday May 2, 2009
A central team says there are no male tigers left in MP's Panna reserve. Could this be the beginning of the end of Panna's tiger population?