WWF-India staff’s timely act prevents poaching attempt in a critical Central Indian tiger corridor
An eye witness account of the translocation of rhinos carried out in Assam between 27-29 Dec 2010 and 17-19 Jan 2011
Advocacy to protect an important forest block in Central India’s Kanha-Pench corridor
Villagers in Central India set an example for conservation at the community level by saying no to the establishment of a lime kiln to protect a reserve forest
Report by WWF-India highlights threat by proposed railway line expansion to crucial corridor linking tiger habitats
Known for the beauty of its reddish-orange coat and white ‘teardrops’ falling away from its eyes, the red panda (Ailurus fulgens) is found in parts of Nepal, Bhutan, Myanmar, Southern China and India.
Hardly a community in India’s recent history has been more affected by changing laws and times than the Pardis. A nomadic tribe spread across the central states of Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh, the Pardis have depended on forests for their livelihoods for countless generations.
This story is the result of a series of interviews done with affected villagers, environmental activists, lawyers and other stakeholders along with visits to the affected areas by Anil Cherukupalli and Tushar Dhara in June 2009 as a follow up to news reports referring to a Swedish study that found extremely high concentrations of many drugs in local water sources in the Patancheru area of Hyderabad.
The guns have finally fallen silent. The staccato bursts of gunfire have died down. The intermittent explosions have stopped. The pigeons which flew away after every explosion have settled down. But something does not feel right.
A reportage about a visit to the Corbett National Park