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 |  7-minute read
Human wildlife conflict, Wildlife conservation, Tiger Conservation, Tiger census

Tiger zinda hai: Yes, tiger numbers are satisfyingly high in India today. But it's still complicated

India has exceeded the count of 2,282 tigers promised at the 2010 St. Petersburg Declaration four years ahead of time. But what is the cost we pay for such large numbers?


 |  5-minute read
Barimada, Collarwali, Pench tiger reserve, Tiger population

Tigress Tales: Pench's Collarwali delivers quadruplets, takes her total tally to 29 tiger cubs

Supermom 'Collarwali' is not just a prolific breeder, but also an astute raiser — a true 'tiger mom' in every respect!


 |  5-minute read
Forest conservation, Poaching, Tiger Conservation, Wildlife conservation

Dudhwa Tiger Reserve: A pristine forest lost to neglect, encroachment and lack of political will

Dudhwa regained its lost grandeur as a result of efforts of conservationist Billy Arjan Singh over the years. Sadly, the restoration of the flora has done nothing to conserve the fauna.


 |  5-minute read
Tiger Conservation, Man-animal conflict, Maharashtra, Avni

There are two sides to the story of Avni's killing: How my opinion changed after visiting Pandharkawada forest range

She had terrorised the villagers. Standing crops were drying in the fields, cattle were starving.


 |  9-minute read
Tiger Conservation, Bengal, Lalgarh

How the Lalgarh tiger died a thousand deaths

The state had failed the hunted and stood by its hunters.


 |  4-minute read
Ranthambore, Tiger Conservation, Machali

Remembering Machali, India's most famous tigress

The tigress produced the females that Ranthambhore and Sariska both needed greatly.


 |  3-minute read
Ustad, Tiger Conservation

Story of Cats and Kings

The Supreme Court ruling on T24 today clears the bottom line. At the end of the day, man wins.


 |  1-minute read
Maneater Tiger, Tiger Conservation, Tiger, Ustad

[Mystery] Who framed Ranthambore’s ‘man-eater’ Ustad?

India's infamous tiger, T-24, has been caged in an Udaipur zoo. Is he bearing the brunt of human greed or is he really a dangerous tiger who needs to be caged?