Telangana forest department

Telangana makes false claim about relocating 2 villages from tiger reserve

Telangana has proposed to divert 6.3 Hectares of forest land to build black tar roads and in this effort, it told the Environment Ministry's Committee that it had relocated two villages in the area.

published on : 15th July 2021

Telangana forest department breathes life into 160-acre barren land

Soil moisture conservation and groundwater improvement works were also taken up and as a result, various animal species like monkeys, deer and Sambar were also spotted.

published on : 12th July 2021

78 Telangana Forest Department officials face music for failing to protect wildlife

Beside this, disciplinary action was also initiated against 49 personnel in Adilabad circle and against 66 personnel in KTR, Nirmal circle.

published on : 13th June 2021

No evidence that trees were cut for hatchery: Telangana Forest Department

Revenue officials had concluded that 66.01 acres of government land had been encroached.

published on : 5th May 2021

Telangana forest department books Vasavi Group for deforestation

The Forest Department said that the real estate developer caused large-scale deforestation and chopped trees without following due procedure.

published on : 4th April 2021

Telangana government to create solar-powered water sources in Nizamabad to confine wildlife

The Forest department staff had earlier set up more than 300 sources of water in 1.65 hectares of forest area along the stretch to provide drinking water facilities to wild animals.

published on : 29th March 2021

Attack on tribals: Telangana Congress leader Bhatti Vikramarka seeks action against culprits

Bhatti said that residents of Chenchu Palugu tanda and Gumpanpally village in Achampet mandal of Nagarkurnool district went into the forest near Bandachelmi to collect mahua.

published on : 29th March 2021

Satellite-based technology helping Andhra Pradesh stop forest fires

All divisional forest officers are directly linked with the FSI network, and will get information about an incident with clear pictures and accurate location.

published on : 22nd March 2021

Shooters offer to cull wild boars for free

They said that they would bear the cost of ammunition, travel to the site of culling, and would not expect any remuneration from the government. 

published on : 12th February 2021

Hyderabad zoo to save, breed vultures under central government programme

The objective of this progamme, to be implemented at an estimated cost of Rs 15 crore, is to conserve and breed the Oriental White Backed Vulture and Long Billed Vulture species.

published on : 18th November 2020