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'Tiger Conservation' - 73 Video Result(s)

'Tiger Conservation' - 43 News Result(s)

  • A Tiger Named Ustad Divides India. This is His Story.

    A Tiger Named Ustad Divides India. This is His Story.

    In 19 years of reporting on tigers, I have never seen the kind of mass mobilization of people for a tiger like the case of Ustad. Well, now I have to yank you out of your ignorance and no longer shall you know bliss, like those of us on any side of this twisted debate.

  • 48 Tigers in Non-Protected Chandrapur Forest Areas: Survey

    48 Tigers in Non-Protected Chandrapur Forest Areas: Survey

    As many as 48 tigers have been found to be inhabiting outside the protected areas in forests of Chandrapur district in Maharashtra, taking the total number of such animals to 120 in the zone which is home to Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve (TATR)

  • Kudermukh and Rajaji National Parks Declared as Tiger Reserves: Centre

    Kudermukh and Rajaji National Parks Declared as Tiger Reserves: Centre

    The National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) has accorded final approval to two national parks for being declared as tiger reserves, the Lok Sabha was informed today.

  • Odisha Government Rejects National Tiger Authority's Figure of 28, Claims State Has Around 60

    Odisha Government Rejects National Tiger Authority's Figure of 28, Claims State Has Around 60

    Rejecting the tiger census for the state by the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA), Odisha government on Saturday claimed that the number of big cats in the state are around 60.

  • Thousands of Trees Being Chopped for Highway Without Clearance, Say Activists

    Thousands of Trees Being Chopped for Highway Without Clearance, Say Activists

    On National Highway 7, right in the middle of a lush, green forest near Maharashtra's Pench Tiger Reserve, is a stretch of land used by a quarter of the country's tiger population to move between the forests of central and southern India. This thickly-wooded corridor -- the only one connecting all the forests -- might soon be bereft of green cover,...

  • Government Challenges Claims on Flawed Methodology in Tiger Census

    Government Challenges Claims on Flawed Methodology in Tiger Census

    The government today challenged claims by sections of wildlife experts that it had used a flawed methodology for its latest tiger census and instead asserted that their study was a "theoretical iteration" on old data whose precision is "questionable".

  • Madhya Pradesh Minister Wants Law to Keep Tigers as Pets

    Madhya Pradesh Minister Wants Law to Keep Tigers as Pets

    In a bizarre suggestion, a senior Madhya Pradesh minister has sought a law that allows people to domesticate or keep as pets big cats like lions and tigers for their conservation.

  • Tiger Numbers Up, But the Black Tiger of Odisha on Verge of Extinction

    Tiger Numbers Up, But the Black Tiger of Odisha on Verge of Extinction

    In all the roars and cheers over the upswing in tiger numbers, the story of Odisha's black tiger has got a little lost. The melanistic tiger - a rare gene pool on which the black stripes are far more prominent - are found only in Odisha. And their numbers are sliding fast.

  • Expert Group Questions Methodology Adopted For Tiger Census

    Expert Group Questions Methodology Adopted For Tiger Census

    A day after tiger census declared a 30 per cent jump in big cat population, a wildlife expert group questioned the procedure India adopted for the estimation, saying the method used cannot yield "sufficiently refined results" to accurately measure changes in tiger numbers.

  • Rare Sumatran Tiger Eats Her Cubs in Jerusalem Zoo

    Rare Sumatran Tiger Eats Her Cubs in Jerusalem Zoo

    A rare Sumatran tiger in the Jerusalem Biblical Zoo has killed and eaten her two five-week-old cubs in a blow to its captive breeding programme, its chief vet said today.

  • In Karnataka, a Drive to Save Dogs Helps Save Tigers

    In Karnataka, a Drive to Save Dogs Helps Save Tigers

    Canine distemper, found in dogs, can be transmitted to wild cats - with fatal consequences. Tigers have been found to have died of this disease.

  • Tiger-Spotting in the Forests of Karnataka

    Tiger-Spotting in the Forests of Karnataka

    Looking for the tiger in India's forests is a delight in itself. The beauty of the tiger's natural habitat - and the delight of seeing the wildlife with which our national animal shares the forest - always makes the search worthwhile, whether you spot the big cat or not.

  • Tiger Campaign Threatened by Poor Data: WWF

    Tiger Campaign Threatened by Poor Data: WWF

    Efforts to save the tiger are being undermined by a lack of information about how many of the endangered cats live in the wild, the conservation group WWF said on Tuesday.

  • 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 May, three tigers were found dead in the jungles of the Tarai region.

  • 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 conservation and tiger tourism and that tigers cannot be loved in isolation.

  • 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 July 4, from nearby forests.

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