Tiger population in Bangladesh falls to 106 from 440 in 2004
Tiger population in Bangladesh falls to 106 from 440 in 2004

Bangladesh has only 106 tigers in the Sundarbans, the world's largest mangrove forest, a sharp decline from 440 in 2004 due to unchecked poaching of the endangered animals, following an India-Bangladesh survey, a top forest official said Monday.

Govt refutes claims of Oxford-led study, says tiger census correct
Govt refutes claims of Oxford-led study, says tiger census correct

The Indian government has rejected claims made by the Oxford University's wildlife experts that the increased tiger count was a result of flawed methodology for the census conducted in January this year.

Tiger population in North East up
Tiger population in North East up

Tiger population in North Eastern hills and Brahmaputra flood plains has increased to 201 in 2014 from 148 in 2010, according to the latest status report on tigers.

28 tigers in Bihar's Valmiki Tiger Reserve
28 tigers in Bihar's Valmiki Tiger Reserve

The number of tigers in Bihar's Valmiki Tiger Reserve has increased from 22 to 28, an official said Thursday.

Odisha govt faces criticism over dwindling tiger population
Odisha govt faces criticism over dwindling tiger population

Voicing concern over reports about Odisha lagging behind as compared to the national trend of increase in tiger population, Congress on Thursday said it reflects the failure of the state government.

Tiger census: Expert group questions methodology adopted
Tiger census: Expert group questions methodology adopted

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.

Odisha concerns over decline in tiger population
Odisha concerns over decline in tiger population

With the All India Tiger Estimation Report, 2014 reporting a fall in big cat population in Odisha, the state government Wednesday said it will examine the matter and take up the issue with the Centre.

U'khand becomes second most tiger populated state
U'khand becomes second most tiger populated state

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.

Tiger population rises to 2226 in 2014

The government on Tuesday released the latest tiger population report which shows a bump up in population.

Western Ghats zone holds world's single-largest tiger population
Western Ghats zone holds world's single-largest tiger population

A single ecological continuum spread across three states of India in the biodiversity rich Western Ghats region holds the world's single-largest tiger population, according to a government report.

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Tiger population rises to 2226 in 2014, up from 1706 in 2010
Tiger population rises to 2226 in 2014, up from 1706 in 2010

The government on Tuesday released the latest tiger population report which shows a bump up in population.

Latest tiger census 'positive': Official
Latest tiger census 'positive': Official

The government is all set to release the latest tiger population report which is "positive" showing an improvement over the earlier census.

Increase in Tiger population in Uttar Pradesh

There may be an increase in the number of Tigers in the north Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, as per a new census, conducted using camera traps.

Tiger census in Tadoba-Andhari reserve on May 25

Forest authorities will conduct a tiger census in Tadoba-Andhari reserve in the neighbouring Chandrapur district during the full Moon on Buddha Purnima on May 25, officials said.

Tiger census begins in Buxa reserve

The annual wildlife monitoring exercise today began at Buxa Tiger Reserve (BTR) in north Bengal with the forest department hoping to collect photographic evidence about the presence of the big cats.

Tiger count in AP over 100, says Forest Department

The number of tigers in Andhra Pradesh could be over 100 and their habitat is expanding, facilitating the growth of the big cats, a top Forest Department official said today.

Kaziranga National Park conducts tiger census

Tiger census has begun in all the four forest ranges of the world famous Kaziranga National Park and is expected to be completed within 45 days.

Five percent increase in India`s forest cover

PM today said the country`s forest cover has increased by nearly five percent between 1997 and 2007.

NTCA to conduct tiger census in India annually

The National Tiger Conservation
Authority (NTCA) has decided to annually conduct tiger census
in all the tiger reserves of the country from next year.