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Tiger count up but official photos show one in seven could just be a paper tiger

An Express Investigation: Tiger count is up but official photos show that one of seven could be a paper tiger photographed twice; in some cases even thrice; photos repeated, and photos repeated but shown as that of different tigers in the data set.

Over-reporting of tigers: Questioned, officials rush to amend but holes remain

The modified album has brought down the number of total photos from 1,696 to 1,686 and reduced the number of unique tigers claimed from 1,635 to 1,540 — but that’s still 126 more than a maximum of 1,414 individuals found in the data.

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Tiger numbers double since 2006 but no presence in three reserves: Census

This is also an incredible 210% rise from 1,411 recorded in 2006, according to the all-India estimation — ‘Status of Tigers, Co-predators, Prey and their Habitat, 2018’ — released by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday.

Explained: Why the tiger population in India is increasing

Tiger census report: What are the key takeaways from the tiger census? Which parts of India have done the best and the worst in the conservation effort? How did the exercise reach its estimates? How reliable are they?

Animal underpasses on Maharashtra highway a life-saver, tigers turning out to be regular users

Wildlife activists have cited these incidents to underscore the inadequacy of the nine underpasses built by the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI), on the directions of the Bombay High Court, for animals to avoid the highway.

London Zoo: First date for 2 rare tigers ends in death

When the matchmakers believed that the time and the place were right — Friday at London Zoo — the rare Sumatran tiger called Asim and a female named Melati were put in the same enclosure to be potential mates.

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International Tiger Day: We need new age Tiger champions

The striped cat may not be looking down the barrel but only a right balance between conservation and development can secure its future. We are a long way from achieving the ambitious target set in 2010 of doubling the global tiger numbers by 2022.

Madhya Pradesh loses 17 tigers in 2017: NTCA

India is currently home to 70 per cent of the world's tiger population in over 17 states and 50 sanctuaries across the country. According to NTCA's figures, 71 tigers died in India between January 1 and September 29 this year.

Fatal attack by tiger reopens debate: Should big cats be released in the wild after capture

Asked if her consistent movement close to human settlement wasn’t seen as an alarm, Mishra said, “About 40 pc of our tigers live outside Protected Areas (PAs) and close to human settlements and also feed on cattle. So, that’s not an issue.”

India prepares to shrink Panna success, others hope to replicate it to revive tigers

The three countries have had a history of tiger existence before the species went extinct due to various reasons.

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