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  • Land Rover Freelander to Help Save Tigers in India

    Land Rover Freelander to Help Save Tigers in India

    Tata Motors' owned British SUV maker, Land Rover has delivered a brand new Freelander to Born Free Foundation's partner organisation - Satpura Foundation, to carry out critical conservation work in the country's central tiger reserves.

  • Drones to keep watch on tigers and poachers in Madhya Pradesh's Panna Reserve

    Drones to keep watch on tigers and poachers in Madhya Pradesh's Panna Reserve

    In a first, unmanned aerial surveillance planes - drones - have been deployed in the Panna Tiger Reserve to keep a tab on the movement of tigers and other animals and to keep an eye on poachers.

  • Tiger estimation begins in Kerala forests

    Tiger estimation begins in Kerala forests

    The first phase of tiger estimation in Kerala forests, stretching into five landscapes at Wayanad, Nilambur, Periyar and Agasthyamala has begun.

  • Maharashtra to get its fifth tiger reserve

    Maharashtra to get its fifth tiger reserve

    Maharashtra will soon have its fifth tiger reserve in Nagzira following approval from the National Tiger Conservation Authority, a senior official said.

  • Tiger escapes from Nandankanan zoo in Odisha

    A tiger, captured a month ago after it ventured into the Nandankanan Zoo in Bhubaneswar, has escaped from an enclosure with 18-feet-high wire.

  • Wild tiger to stay at Nandankanan Zoo for now

    A wild tiger which strayed into Nandankanan Zoo in Bhubaneswar last month and was trapped, will remain in captivity till its original habitat is identified.

  • 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.

  • Protester's blog: It is time for the government to come to us

    Protester's blog: It is time for the government to come to us

    Upamanyu Raju, 21, runs an NGO for tiger conservation in Delhi. He was among the protesters at Jantar Mantar today and at India Gate yesterday. This is his blog (as told to ndtv.com's Amit Chaturvedi)

  • Four tiger deaths in three months in Uttar Pradesh

    Four tiger deaths in three months in Uttar Pradesh

    In what could be a huge setback to the tiger conservation effort in Uttar Pradesh, another tiger was found dead in Pooranpur near Pilibhit division in Uttar Pradesh on Sunday. This is the fourth tiger death in three months in the state. Earlier in Ma...

  • Are tourism resorts fragmenting tiger landscape?

    Is tourism disturbing our big cats and should tourism be banned in the core areas of our tiger reserves? Well, that's what some activists say, but there are others who believe that it's time the Indian government change its attitude towards tiger con...

  • Leopard kept at District Collector's home to 'entertain' people

    Leopard kept at District Collector's home to 'entertain' people

    Odisha officials have drawn flak after a captured male leopard was brought to the residence of a district collector to "entertain" people in the area. The leopard had entered a shop in the district headquarters town of Sonepur, about 280 km from here...

  • Four more tiger sanctuaries in Maharashtra

    Four more tiger sanctuaries in Maharashtra

    There's good news for wildlife conservation efforts in Maharashtra. The state has notified four new wildlife sanctuaries in Vidarbha, areas that will now get legal protection against any commercial activities.

  • All tiger deaths to be treated as cases of 'poaching'

    All tiger deaths to be treated as cases of 'poaching'

    In a strongly worded letter to all tiger states across the nation, The National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) has said that henceforth all tiger and leopard deaths will be treated as 'poaching', unless otherwise proved beyond reasonable doubt.

  • Three tigers found dead in three days in Uttar Pradesh

    Three tigers found dead in three days in Uttar Pradesh

    In what could be a huge setback to the tiger conservation effort in Uttar Pradesh, three tigers have died in the past three days in the jungles of the Tarai region.

  • E-eye to keep a tab on tigers in Corbett

    E-eye to keep a tab on tigers in Corbett

    With poachers posing a massive threat to tigers in India, the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) has launched a pilot project in Uttarakhand's Corbett National Park for round-the-clock surveillance of the park using high definition cameras....

  • NDTV follows the wandering tiger

    NDTV follows the wandering tiger

    Earlier this month, NDTV travelled to the Bhadra Tiger Reserve in north Karnataka to film the release of a captured wild tiger and it was an incredible sight indeed.The tiger captured near Shimoga after it killed a man. Now, after a team of tiger researchers have studied images of the released anima...

  • Tiger census: 295 tigers added, population estimated at 1706

    Tiger census: 295 tigers added, population estimated at 1706

    Conservationists rejoiced when the tiger numbers from the 2011 census were released today. According to the second all-India tiger population estimation study, carried out in the designated 39 tiger reserves across the country, there has been an increase of 295 tigers in India. The population is est...

  • Govt gives 'in principle' nod for 5 new tiger reserves

    Govt gives 'in principle' nod for 5 new tiger reserves

    Giving a boost to tiger conservation in the country, the government on Thursday gave an in-principle go-ahead for five new tiger reserves across the country. (Also See: NDTV's Save Our Tigers campaign)In a move to decentralize and strengthen the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA), it has ...

  • Conservation efforts get a boost; 8 tiger cubs born in the same reserve

    Two tigresses have given birth to eight cubs in Madhya Pradesh's Pench Tiger Reserve in a span of just two months."Last month, a tigress with five newly born cubs was sighted and this month our ground duty officials have spotted another feline with three cubs," Pench Deputy Field Director O P Tiwari...

  • The last big push for tigers

    The last big push for tigers

    In the 1940s Russia's amur tiger population was down to just 30, in 1947 it became the first country to declare the tiger a protected species. Now, the numbers are back to around 400.It is this story that the world is hoping to repeat as heads of nations and ministers from tiger countries meet in St...

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