Until now, the forest department, along with wildlife NGOs, used to rescue stranded or injured animals and rehabilitate them at Asola Bhatt Wildlife Sanctuary in South Delhi.
The offenders were booked under the Wildlife Protection Act and further investigation is underway.
Radio collaring of elephants in conflict has been tested in Assam, Chhattisgarh, West Bengal, Karnataka and Uttarakhand.
Satkosia Praja Suraksha Samiti secretary Biraja Jani said it is unfortunate that the government has permitted setting up of liquor shop in an area where people are not allowed to cut trees.
Lytton, located 250 kilometers (155 miles) northeast of Vancouver, gained international attention for setting a new Canadian heat record of 49.6 degrees Celsius (121.3 Fahrenheit).
The zoo authorities will soon carry out ultrasonographic evaluation of reproductive tracts of three lioness and supplementation of trace minerals of wild dogs and wolves initially.
In Odisha, rapid urbanization, mining and industry, expansion of linear infrastructure and fragmented habitats have sent elephants into a growing conflict with humans over the last several years.
The forest department was urged to create awareness among the local people on how the birds contribute to the conservation of nature and why they need to be protected.
Chief Wildlife Warden Shekhar Kumar Niraj, who was earlier head of TRAFFIC India, an NGO that monitors wildlife trade networks, is the man behind this initiative.
Forest officials have made announcements in surrounding villages, warning residents not to venture alone into the forest area, and advising shepherds not to enter the forest for cattle grazing.
Since this incident happened soon after the big cat killed a cow recently, villagers are now scared to step out of their houses.
Pressure on freshwater supply and climate change are not the only perils Bhitarkanika Wildlife Sanctuary stares at in not so distant future.
Besides the indirect influence through loss of mangroves, salinity also directly impacts fish development and growth.
The Ramsar site is home to the largest population of salt water crocodiles, rookery for Olive Ridley turtles as well as a cushion against natural calamities.
The downpours have recharged and enriched mudflats around the sanctuary and caused water stagnation, which attracts water birds.