Rising tiger deaths in Madhya Pradesh and the challenge of tiger protection

Newsroom24x7 Network Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh, which is recognised as the Tiger State and boasts of some of the best tiger habitats in the country stretching across the the Central Indian Highlands, is confronted with rising incidence of tiger deaths and the challenge of protecting tigers and other wildlife in the Tiger Reserves and other forest… Read More Rising tiger deaths in Madhya Pradesh and the challenge of tiger protection

What went wrong with the tiger reintroduction programme at Mukudara Hills Tiger Reserve in Rajasthan?

Suhas Kumar Those who have been following the ambitious tiger reintroduction programme at Mukudara Hills tiger reserve must be dismayed by the news about the death of the 2 nd cub on 17 th August 2020, that was being treated for injuries at the Kota zoo, Its sibling was found dead some 20 days ago,… Read More What went wrong with the tiger reintroduction programme at Mukudara Hills Tiger Reserve in Rajasthan?

Operation Durga Vahini: The Story of Tigers of Kerwa

Suhas Kumar Dateline: Bhopal 2012- till now A number of negative Newspaper reports highlighting constant intrusion of a female tiger and her two cubs into human habitation and twice into the city of Bhopal over a span of just a year, precipitated a meeting of experts and forest officials in the office of the Chief… Read More Operation Durga Vahini: The Story of Tigers of Kerwa

Wildlife expert bats for Tiger Conservation; blasts move to use Kerwa-Kaliasot area of Bhopal for building semi-public and public institutions

As a citizen of this country as well as a resident of Bhopal, Suhas Kumar, who is an acclaimed wildlife expert and has the credit of developing Pench Tiger Reserve in its present form and playing a major role in formulating and implementing the policies of the Wildlife Wing of the Madhya Pradesh Forest Department… Read More Wildlife expert bats for Tiger Conservation; blasts move to use Kerwa-Kaliasot area of Bhopal for building semi-public and public institutions

Tiger Corridors in India

Newsroom24x7 Network New Delhi: The National Tiger Conservation Authority in collaboration with the Wildlife Institute of India has published a document titled “Connecting Tiger Populations for Long-term Conservation”, which has mapped out 32 major corridors across the country, management interventions for which are operationalised through a Tiger Conservation Plan, mandated under section 38V of the… Read More Tiger Corridors in India

Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University of Journalism organises film show on the Tiger Habitat of Central India to mark International Tiger Day

Newsroom24x7 Network Bhopal: Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University of Journalism and Communication organized a special screening of “The Tiger-Indicator of Healthy Forest Ecosystem” in collaboration with CREW (Crusade for Revival of Environment and Wildlife) to mark the International Tiger Day on Monday. In his keynote address, senior journalist and wildlife conservationist Lalit Shastri said that we… Read More Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University of Journalism organises film show on the Tiger Habitat of Central India to mark International Tiger Day

Count of Tigers in India rises to 2967; Madhya Pradesh roars the loudest

Newsroom24x7 Network New Delhi:  Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi greeted the citizens by announcing that the count of tigers in India has risen to 2967 in the year 2018. The Prime Minister marked the International Tiger Day by releasing the results of the fourth cycle of All India Tiger Estimation – 2018, here on… Read More Count of Tigers in India rises to 2967; Madhya Pradesh roars the loudest

The Grand Tigers of Central Indian Highlands

Newsroom24x7 Correspondent Bhopal: “The Tiger – Indicator of Healthy Forest Ecosystem”, a Lalit Shastri film, produced by Madhya Pradesh State Biodiversity Board, is receiving global acclaim and raving reviews. The 53-minute documentary has been shot over a 20-year period. Most of the video footage used for this documentary has been recorded on first-generation DV handycams… Read More The Grand Tigers of Central Indian Highlands

International Tiger Day: My heart weeps for Tigers

निर्वनॊ वध्यते वयाघ्रॊ निर्व्याघ्रं छिद्यते वनम तस्माद वयाघ्रॊ वनं रक्षेद वनं वयाघ्रं च पालयेत।। Tiger out of the woods, is easily slain; the wood also, that is without a tiger, is easily cut down. Therefore, it is the tiger that protects the forest and the forest that shelters the tiger.” – Mahabharata Lalit Shastri Contrary… Read More International Tiger Day: My heart weeps for Tigers

The beginning of the efforts to resurrect Panna Tiger Reserve was marred by controversy and opposition

Suhas Kumar (Original, March 2009 -Revised May 2017) There came a time in the history of Madhya Pradesh, a state that leads from the front in the field of wildlife conservation in India, when it faced international flak for losing all its tigers from Panna Tiger Reserve. I was on study leave when reports began… Read More The beginning of the efforts to resurrect Panna Tiger Reserve was marred by controversy and opposition

Cee4life announcement – All tigers to be removed from Tiger Temple

Newsroom24x7 Staff Bangkok: After nearly 10 years of investigative work by Cee4life, and two scathing reports on the illegal wildlife trade and other crimes in the Tiger Tiger here, we can now confirm that ALL Tiger Temple Tigers wil be removed rapidly from Tiger Temple. The exercise to relocate the Tigers begins today. Cee4life said… Read More Cee4life announcement – All tigers to be removed from Tiger Temple

Nature’s plentifulness comes to the interiors of train coaches in India

Newsroom24x7 Desk New Delhi : Nature, environment, wildlife and train – a new set of image collage is going to take shape when train coaches will sizzle with the wild roar images of residents of jungles. The bland and barren coaches of passenger trains may soon have exciting images of tigers, cranes, trees and other… Read More Nature’s plentifulness comes to the interiors of train coaches in India

Tiger Temple Report by Cee4life to expose illegal tiger trade

Newsroom24x7 Desk Once upon a time, nearly 16 years ago, screams a Cee4life post on facebook,  a myth was born that would fool gullible people, intelligent people, professional people, animal loving people etc from all over the world. The myth, according to Cee4life, was “the rescue of injured and orphaned Tiger cubs, by Monks in… Read More Tiger Temple Report by Cee4life to expose illegal tiger trade

Tigers: They don’t need us, we need them

Crew, a not for profit organisation, had released two reports Vanishing Stripes(1999) and Vanishing Stripes-II (2000). These are investigated, documented reports authored by Lalit Shastri. They issued the firm warning that Tiger’s survival is threatened by poaching and loss of prey-base. These reports reveal the gravity of the problem and point out how gravely the… Read More Tigers: They don’t need us, we need them

Inside Ranthambore: What about the carrying capacity in Tiger Reserves?

Newsroom24x7 Staff   These pictures are from 28th June on Temple Road at Ranthambhore. This is what you call a ” Tiger Mela”. People on road, safari vehicles from all zones, forest officials at least 1000 + people surrounding a single tigress ” Noor ” whose partner is now in jail. The traffic in this… Read More Inside Ranthambore: What about the carrying capacity in Tiger Reserves?

Fate of tigers and insatiable human greed

Newsroom24x7 Desk Bobbie Jamwal,  Managing Director Quest, New Delhi, India, is a front ranking consultant in areas like InfoTech, Infrastructure, Eco-Technologies, Health Care, Aviation and Wildlife Conservation. He is an avid wildlife photographer and is deeply concerned about the fate of tigers. On a social networking site, Bobbie Jamwal writes: “The Politician-Mafia combine has finished… Read More Fate of tigers and insatiable human greed