WWF-India in collaboration with the Indian Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate Change, the National Tiger Conservation Authority […]
Indian parliament’s upper house today passed a bill — The Compensatory Afforestation Fund Bill, 2016 — that will allow the government to use 400 billion rupees of accumulated funds for conservation, protection, improvement and expansion of forest and wildlife resources of the country.
The Bill was earlier approved by the lower house, Lok Sabha, in May 2016.
The Zoological Survey of India (ZSI), set up in 1916 to promote surveys, exploration and research to further understanding of […]
Gir sanctuary in India’s Gujarat state, home to Asiatic lions, has welcomed 11 cubs in the first piece […]
Our lunch today by the Ganges made all the more special by you-know-who’s visit! Our chief guest preferred […]
In the most thrilling news for conservationists, a snow leopard has been sighted in Kumaon in Himalayas, proving […]