In his opening remarks, INS Jalashwa Commanding Officer Captain Harke said the exercise represents the strategic partnership between the two countries and aims to share best practices.
On November 11, the NTCA issued revised guidelines and standard operating procedures to deal with emergencies arising due to straying of tigers in human habitation.
Tiger Triumph, which stands for tri-services India U.S. Amphibious Exercise, is being held from November 13 to 21, near Visakhapatnam and Kakinada.
The superstitious belief of a Mahua tree being healer to all problems turns into major law and order problem in Madhya Pradesh.
Retired forest officer SG Neginhal recalls his moments with the legendary ornithologist.
While two tigers were allegedly poisoned in December 2016 in the same village, this animal has reportedly killed two cows and a buffalo at the village in the last one week.
Lesser exposure to the sub-H100 category has improved profitability, company says
A year has passed since but the fate of Sundari as well as the big cat relocation programme, stated to be the country’s first, remains undecided.
According to wildlife scientists and experts, India’s tiger census method does not bode well for the country’s tiger success story due to lack of transparency on data and analysis.
When in Delhi, missing out on some of the local delicacies might not sound like a good idea, hence, Priyanka Chopra decided to devour some delectable Daulat Ki Chaat.
Over the past several months, the elephant has been accused of raiding crops and 'charging' at humans in Arthanaripalayam, Reddiyarur, Paruthiyur and Aandiyur.
The fear of Maoists, lack of forest range officers apparently had created a fertile ground for the timber mafia in the tiger reserve in Gariyaband district.
Pollution levels in Delhi peaked to a three-year high on Sunday as hundreds of distraught people took to social media to say they wanted to leave the city due to poor air quality.
The study on ecosystem services and values suggests that STR generates flow benefits worth `16,000 crore and stock benefit worth `49,300 every year.
The forest department has now set up a camp along Chhattisgarh’s borders with Odisha to monitor the area which has seen maximum destruction and felling.