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Wildlife SOS help nab a notorious tiger poacher

Our friends at Wildlife SOS India have had a busy few weeks as they were part of a multi-organisational team that apprehended a notorious tiger poacher, Bheema Bawaria. After a chase through the streets of Delhi, Bawaria was caught with a tiger skin, tiger bones (an entire skeleton), two live turtles and ivory. The operation to catch the well known thief was conducted by NGO Wildlife SOS, NTCA, CBI, WCCB and the Haryana Police and Forest departments.



NTCA to conduct annual Tiger consensus in India

The National Tiger Conservation Authority has made a decision to conduct an annual Tiger consensus in all 39 tiger reserves in India. This is in addition to the consensus held every four years.

Indian food 'reflects the spirit if the country'

It is worth heading to India just to sample the magnificent food.

Tourists may be able to see the Taj Mahal at night

Tourists may soon be able to see the Taj Mahal at night.

India to become world leader in tiger monitoring

India is developing innovative new ways to monitor the tiger population across the country.

Delhi to stage WTA 2012 Grand Final

Delhi has been chosen as the host destination for the high-profile World Travel Awards 2012 Grand Final.

Taj Mahal 'is a romantic place to propose'

The Taj Mahal is one of the most romantic places for a marriage proposal.