19 Oct 2012
The Tadoba–Andhari Tiger Reserve (TATR) near Chandrapur is set to reopen for the tourists from Saturday following the Supreme Court's recent directive permitting resumption of tourism activities in the Tiger Reserve areas in the country, a forest official in Chandrapur said.
26 May 2015
Chandrapur: As many as 48 tigers have been found to be inhabiting outside the protected areas in forests of Chandrapur district in Maharashtra, taking their number to 120 in the zone which is home to Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve (TATR).
29 Nov 2015
Nagpur: Battered and bruised on spinning tracks, the South African cricket team today decided to take a day off and visit the wildlife santucary at Pench.
22 Jan 2015
Patna: The number of tigers in Bihar's Valmiki Tiger Reserve has increased from 22 to 28, an official said on Thursday.
15 Nov 2014
Lakhimpur: The world-famous Dudhwa Tiger Reserve in Uttar Pradesh opened for tourists on Saturday. The tourist season in Dudhwa Tiger (DTR), comprising Dudhwa National Park, Kishanpur Wildlife Sanctuary and Katarniaghat Wildlife Sanctuary, commences on November 15 and closes on June 15 every year.
12 Apr 2015
New Delhi: The Environment Ministry has sought public comments on whether to declare an area up to 12 km from the boundary of the Navegaon-Nagzira Tiger Reserve (NNTR) in Maharashtra as eco-sensitive zone.
19 Aug 2016
New Delhi: Life is strange, life is beautiful, life is uncertain, life is unpredictable, life is a reality, reality that nibbles, and bites in equal measures. That is how the delicate balance is maintained on the planet, and elsewhere.
29 Nov 2013
Mumbai: Maharashtra will soon have its fifth tiger reserve in Nagzira following approval from the National Tiger Conservation Authority, a senior official said.
21 Jan 2015
Dehradun: Tiger population in Uttarakhand has risen from 227 to 340 since the last census, becoming the second state in the country after Karnataka with the highest number of tigers.
22 Jul 2016
New York: Hydrogen may not be as rare as once thought as a new study says that rocks beneath the ocean floor by fast-spreading tectonic plates may be a large and previously overlooked source of the gas, which might be the fuel source responsible for triggering life on Earth.