Tiger photographed in Uttrakhand’s high altitude Askot sanctuary

We have captured images of a tiger in the Askot

New Delhi: Remember Charles Darwin’s theory of natural selection where he had stated that the “Survival of the fittest”. This theory is being vindicated in letter and spirit by India’s national animal — `Tiger’ as this animal has been adapting to varied environmental condition for its survival. We have captured images More...

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This was the seventh incident of rhinos poaching in the Kaziranga park in the current year
By IndiLeak Bureau On Monday, May 2nd, 2016

Poacher kill yet another rhino in Kaziranga Park

Guwahati: Taking full advantage of the prevailing suspense over the fate of Tarun Gogoi led Congress government in Assam, the poacher active in the state struck again and killed yet another rhino in Kaziranga National More...

Half of the world's tiger population is in India itself
By IndiLeak Bureau On Friday, April 29th, 2016

Tigers poaching on the rise in India

New Delhi: Even Though tall claims are made about enhanced surveillance and stringent laws in place to nail poachers and those involved in illegal trade of wild animal, the fact remains that the nation witnessed More...

The forest guards  spotted the carcass at Hole Halla in Nagarahole range of Virajpet taluk in Kodagu district
By IndiLeak Bureau On Wednesday, April 27th, 2016

Mystery shrouds death of Tiger in Nagarhole Tiger Reserve

Mysuru: Is it not ironic that the nation which boasts of having 70 percent of Tiger population is unable to protect the big cats dying an unnatural death. This holds true if the latest incident of Tiger death in More...

Every year, the Parker/Gentry Award honours an individual
By Agencies On Tuesday, April 19th, 2016

Uma Ramakrishnan wins Parker/Gentry award for work on tigers

Kolkata: Biodiversity ecologist Uma Ramakrishnan, a scientist at the National Centre for Biological Sciences (NCBS) who is working to save the country’s tigers, has become the first Indian to win the Parker/Gentry More...

Using flawed survey methodologies can lead to incorrect conclusions
By IANS On Monday, April 18th, 2016

Rising wild tiger numbers report not scientifically convincing

Kolkata: An international group of tiger experts have refuted a report which claimed that the world’s wild tiger population is on the rise and on track for a doubling in a decade saying they “do not More...

The baby elephant was rescued from the drain, and brought to a safe location
By Agencies On Friday, April 15th, 2016

Army rescues injured baby elephant in Assam

Guwahati: A baby elephant who got separated from its mother and injured itself after falling in a drain found its saviours in uniform when an army patrol rescued it and provided it food and medical treatment. The More...

In the current year alone till date, seven rhinos have been poached in the Kaziranga national park
By IndiLeak Bureau On Friday, April 15th, 2016

CM orders probe into Kaziranga rhino poaching

Guwahati: Taking a serious note of two rhino poaching in state’s Kaziranga National Park in the last few days, Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi on Friday ordered an inquiry into the poaching incidents and More...

He said that the poachers had killed a female rhino just two days before the royal visit
By IndiLeak Bureau On Thursday, April 14th, 2016

Rhino poaching follows British royals Kaziranga visit

Guwahati: Visit of Britain’s royal couple to the world famous Kaziranga National Park was preceded and followed by rhino killings. This in itself speaks volumes about the prevailing situation where the poachers More...

Javadekar said six countries have shown an increase in the number of tigers
By Agencies On Wednesday, April 13th, 2016

Against global population of 3,890, India has 2,500 tigers

New Delhi: India on Tuesday announced an increase in its tiger population — with 2,500 tigers in the wild from 2,226 in 2014, while the global tiger population has risen from 3,200 to 3,890. Javadekar said More...