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No caging,releasing problem animal: Pardeshi

PRINCIPAL secretary (forest) Pravin Pardeshi ruled out Sunday the option of caging and releasing problem animals in future exigencies of man-wildlife conflict.

No tourist trouble in TATR: Forest dept

THE forest department has said reports in a section of the media that tourists were blocking movement of tigers in Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve (TATR) should be seen in the context of increased interest in wildlife.

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JFM: Partner villages seek due share,stage protest

Villagers lock forest department's Chichpalli office in Chandrapur

‘Religious amity cornerstone of this Ganesh mandal’

Located on the busy Laxmi Road,the 127-year-old Guruji Talim Mandal,has many USPs. Other than being the third of the Manache Ganapatis,it also houses the only idol where the diety is actually riding his vahana

Disillusioned with govt,Anna goes tiger spotting in Tadoba

If you are wondering what Anna Hazare has been doing of late,take a look at the picture above.

Naxals see plot to evict villagers from where none live

The declaration of a new forest sanctuary in Maharashtra has upset Naxals,who have issued a pamphlet a few days ago alleging that this was a ploy to uproot tribals from the forest as the sanctuary doesn’t have a single village inside it

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Jairam bats for villagers

Ballarpur Industries Limited that runs the Ballarpur Paper Mill in Chandrapur district,may have to give up its legal right to bamboo coupes in Gadchiroli where the government has granted community forest rights to villages.

Forest officials brainstorm to take wildlife crime by the horns

Suddenly waking up to its dubious distinction as the state with the maximum reported cases of wildlife crime,senior Maharashtra Forest officials have been summoned to devise a concerted strategy to decisively curb the menace.

Plan to share major forest produce also with dwellers

Taking a step forward in the direction of making forest-dwellers stakeholders in forest protection and conservation

Ex-servicemen to protect forests

The state government has decided to employ ex-servicemen to protect forest and wildlife.

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