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Update on Ban

The attorney general of the Union of India submitted that a comprehensive set of guidelines are being framed by NTCA & MOEF with regards to fixation of core areas, buffer areas and tourism including welfare tourism and religious tourism as contemplated, amongst other laws in force under section 38-0 (C) of Wildlife Protection Ac

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Does tourism really help local community ???

A comprehensive ground level report on how tourism has helped in transforming lives of locals at Ranthambhore prepared by two independent research scholars under guidance of Dr, Dharmendra Khandal, Tiger Watch. Click the below link to read full report.

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The Ban Business

By this time enough has already been written about interim ban by supreme court in core areas of tiger reserves in India. Both the lobbies- for & against the ban have tried to justify their stands and now everyone is waiting for the next hearing on 22Aug. I will try not to be repetitive and talk the same things again, please f

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Tiger Attack- My Take

One more tiger attack, injured humans, uncontrolled & ever growing angry villagers ready to retaliate, ill equipped forest and police personnel, a brave and gutsy D.F.O supported by a tourism driver and forest guard ……at the end thank fully the worst could be avoided. All this pretty much sums up yesterday’s incident at R

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The legacy continues

It is finally confirmed now, putting an end to last few months speculation about her having delivered a litter. T17- daughter of legendary Machli II & the current Queen of Ranthambhore was sighted with her three cubs in Rajbagh Area of park this morning. With this sighting, the count of cubs at Ranthambhore touched 26.

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Tackling teenage issues

Teenage crisis ???All of us either go through it as teenage kids or experience it as parents of teenagers, Tigers are no different either. Cubs of T19, two male & one female are now approximately 18 months old & she seems to have her hands full tackling this. The cubs have turned sub adults & soon they will have to leave to safe

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Unsung Hero of Ranthambhore

Driving on Ranthambhore Safari Tracks, there is every possibility of you hearing this statement Che Mahine Ho Gaye Tiger Dekhe Hue” ( it’s been six months since i saw last tiger) & you could have multiple reactions on this statement – surprised – if you are a first time visitor & wonder how everyone keeps talking about

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Ranthambhore's Knight on Prowl

It is late night & entire Ranthambhore has already fallen asleep including the guards on various forest posts except One individual. Having finished his ‘unproductive desk work’ as he prefers to call it, this man is getting ready to do what he likes doing most, spending his time patrolling ‘Sawai Man Singh(SMS) Sanctuary

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More cubs at Ranthambhore II

This is one blog I would like to write again n again. This time it is T39 young cub sighted at Sultanpur area of Ranthambhore sighted along with her mother yesterday morning. With this sighting the count of cubs in park reaches 23.

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Bandhavgarh

The land of legends namely Sita, Charger, B2, Bokha & now Bamera- Bandhavgarh has always been a favorite spot for wildlife lovers and photographers since time immemorial. Located in central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, Bandhavgarh’s Tala zone has highest tiger population density in India- upto 20 per 100 square km. All the

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