Ahead of Prez's visit, Vrindavan authorities grapple to deal with monkey menace

To keep monkeys at bay during President Pranab Mukherjee's visit to Banke Behari temple in Vrindavan on November 16, the district administration had decided to deploy langurs but it had to abort the plan following outcry from wildlife activists.

Kerala wildlife chief seeks to destroy 8,000 kg ivory

The chief wildlife warden of Kerala has sought permission from the state government to destroy around 8,000 kg of elephant tusks in possession of the forest department since the 1980s.

Nine sent to judicial custody for hunting deer

Nine persons were Tuesday sent to judicial custody by a court here for allegedly killing an adult deer and consuming its meat in Kaziranga extended territory area in Assam`s Golaghat district.

Tiger, leopard skins seized in Nagpur; six held

Six members of a gang allegedly involved in illegal trading of tiger and leopard skins were arrested while several animal skin were seized from them, forest department sources said Wednesday.

Forest officials seize 400 smuggled turtles at Ana

A freak mishap of a van today led to an expose of smuggling of fresh water turtles to West Bengal where they are considered a delicacy.

Tiger tourism ban to continue, for now

The Supreme Court on Tuesday refused to lift ban on tourism in core areas of tiger reserves, for now.

India’s wildlife: Trapped between official apathy and poaching

Animal killing for economic gains is the most atrocious aspect of man-animal relationship.

Mohanlal violated wildlife protection Act, 1972

Forest officials have informed a local court here that Malayalam superstar Mohanlal, from whose house ivory tusks had been seized in Income tax raids in 2010, had violated the Wildlife Protection Act, 1972.

Thorat didn`t violate Wildlife Protection Act: Digvijay

AICC general secretary Digvijay
Singh on Tuesday came to the rescue of Maharashtra Agriculture
Minister Balasaheb Thorat, facing a controversy over his entry
into a tiger cage at a local zoo.