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The Uttar Pradesh government held an e-cabinet training for ministers and senior officers on Tuesday.(ANI file)

News updates from HT: UP launches e-cabinet training for ministers, officers

By hindustantimes.com, Hindustan Times, New Delhi
PUBLISHED ON FEB 03, 2021 12:54 PM IST
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Three routes are now open for safari at the Sariska tiger reserve.(HT File Photo)
Three routes are now open for safari at the Sariska tiger reserve.(HT File Photo)

Sariska tigers’ preference for cattle over wild prey poses danger to big cats

By HT Correspondent | Edited by Abhinav Sahay, Alwar
PUBLISHED ON FEB 03, 2021 12:03 PM IST
  • The human population residing in the villages inside the Sariska reserve is over 1700 and the livestock population is more than 10 thousand, mainly buffaloes and goats.
Representational photo.
Representational photo.

Sariska Tiger Reserve revival: As villagers relocate, conditions improve

Hindustan Times, Alwar | By Devendra Bhardwaj
UPDATED ON DEC 29, 2020 05:25 PM IST
According to officials of the tiger reserve, there 29 villages in the Sariska Tiger Reserve, of which, inhabitants of six in the core areas have been completely relocated
Tigress ST-14 seen walking with her two-month-old cub in Sariska Tiger Reserve.(Forest Department)
Tigress ST-14 seen walking with her two-month-old cub in Sariska Tiger Reserve.(Forest Department)

Sariska’s tiger population rises to 21 with new cub

Hindustan Times, Alwar | By HT Correspondent
PUBLISHED ON DEC 02, 2020 12:28 AM IST
Besides the cub, the Sariska Tiger Reserve reserve now has six tigers, 10 tigresses and four sub-adults.
The tiger cubs are three month old.(Sourced Photo)
The tiger cubs are three month old.(Sourced Photo)

Sariska’s tiger population goes up to 20 with three new cubs

Hindustan Times, Jaipur | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON MAY 26, 2020 04:20 PM IST
Tigers were reintroduced in Sariska after they were wiped out in 2004.
The Sariska Tiger reserve has lost four tigers and three cubs in the last 15 months.(AP Photo)
The Sariska Tiger reserve has lost four tigers and three cubs in the last 15 months.(AP Photo)

Plan for new tourism routes in Sariska Tiger reserve draws flak

Hindustan Times, Jaipur | By Devendra Bardwaj
UPDATED ON AUG 12, 2019 04:35 PM IST
The new routes through Sariska Tiger Reserve were discussed at a recent meeting held at the chief wildlife warden’s office in Jaipur regarding tourism in tiger reserves and protected areas.
Three routes are now open for safari at the Sariska tiger reserve.(HT File Photo)
Three routes are now open for safari at the Sariska tiger reserve.(HT File Photo)

New safari routes to be opened at Sariska, Mukundra tiger reserves

Hindustan Times, Jaipur | By HT Correspondent
PUBLISHED ON JUL 23, 2019 03:07 PM IST
Forest Minister Sukhram Vishnoi informed the state assembly that the department is making special efforts to promote tourism – for the first time safari through six electric vehicles has been started at Jhalana leopard Safari in Jaipur.
A senior forest department official said on condition of anonymity, “Relocation or developing a new habitat is part of an action plan for the next 10 years.(HT Photo)
A senior forest department official said on condition of anonymity, “Relocation or developing a new habitat is part of an action plan for the next 10 years.(HT Photo)

Rajasthan likely to shift tigers to 9 new locations

Hindustan Times, Jaipur | By Sachin Saini
UPDATED ON JUL 20, 2019 07:11 AM IST
Rajasthan has three tiger reserves with at least 85 big cats, of which 66 are at Ranthambore Tiger Reserve, 15 at Sariska Tiger Reserve and four at Mukundra Hills Tiger Reserve.
Tiger ST-16 died hours after it was administered a tranquilliser by a team of doctors treating it.(HT Photo)
Tiger ST-16 died hours after it was administered a tranquilliser by a team of doctors treating it.(HT Photo)

Tiger ST-16 in Sariska Reserve died of heat stroke: Forest department

Hindustan Times, Jaipur | By HT Correspondent, Jaipur
PUBLISHED ON JUN 10, 2019 12:32 PM IST
The seven-year-old tiger was relocated to the Sariska Tiger Reserve in April this year from Ranthambore Tiger Reserve, where it was known as T-75.
The post-mortem examination has, however, been put off till experts from the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) and the Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Bareilly, arrive on Sunday.(HT File Photo)
The post-mortem examination has, however, been put off till experts from the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) and the Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Bareilly, arrive on Sunday.(HT File Photo)

Injured tiger given tranquilliser dies ‘due to heat stroke’ in Rajasthan

Hindustan Times, Jaipur | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON JUN 08, 2019 11:20 PM IST
While some forest officials attributed ST-16’s death to a heat stroke, others said administering the tranquilliser in the afternoon heat may have proved fatal.
The Sariska Tiger Reserve.(HT File)
The Sariska Tiger Reserve.(HT File)

Tiger monitoring hit as Sariska Reserve yet to get funds for 2018-19

Hindustan Times, Alwar | By Devendra Bhardwaj, Alwar
PUBLISHED ON JAN 07, 2019 04:23 PM IST
Authorities at the Sariska Tiger Reserve said the government is yet to release the budget for the current financial year despite several reminders.
Rajasthan is yet declare an eco-sensitive zone for Sariska tiger reserve.(HT File Photo)
Rajasthan is yet declare an eco-sensitive zone for Sariska tiger reserve.(HT File Photo)

NGT bans mining activities within 10 km of Sariska tiger reserve

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By Jayashree Nandi
UPDATED ON DEC 22, 2018 11:54 PM IST
The National Green Tribunal has directed all mining activities within 10-km radius of Sariska tiger reserve be stopped immediately. The order was issued when it was hearing an appeal challenging environmental clearance to 24 mining projects with 10 km radius of the reserve’s boundary.
Sariska tiger ST-4 was found dead on Sunday morning. It was cremated after autopsy.(HT Photo)
Sariska tiger ST-4 was found dead on Sunday morning. It was cremated after autopsy.(HT Photo)

Sariska tiger injured in territorial fight, dead

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By Devendra Bhardwaj
PUBLISHED ON DEC 10, 2018 08:03 AM IST
ST-4 is the third tiger to have died after the reserve was repopulated between 2008 and 2012. ST-1, the first tiger relocated from Ranthambore, died in 2010 after villagers poisoned it.
The injured tiger ST4 in Sariska forest range.(HT Photo)
The injured tiger ST4 in Sariska forest range.(HT Photo)

Territorial fight between 2 tigers in Sariska Reserve leaves one wounded

Hindustan Times, Alwar | By HT Correspondent, Alwar
UPDATED ON NOV 15, 2018 12:00 PM IST
According to the chief conservator of Sariska Tiger Reserve, tigers ST-4 and ST-6 fought on Tuesday night, leaving ST-4 injured in his left leg and some other body parts.
A male tiger ST6 being treated in Sariska Tiger Reserve.(HT File Photo)
A male tiger ST6 being treated in Sariska Tiger Reserve.(HT File Photo)

Tiger monitoring scheme a far cry from conservation

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By Chetan Chauhan
PUBLISHED ON NOV 05, 2018 09:10 AM IST
The arrest of poacher Sarfuddin Mey, who has confessed to poaching a big cat in Sariska Tiger Reserve, has exposed many a loophole.
After the arrest of two accused in the poaching of Tigress ST-5, the Sariska Tiger Reserve (STR) administration has suspended three employees.(HT File Photo)
After the arrest of two accused in the poaching of Tigress ST-5, the Sariska Tiger Reserve (STR) administration has suspended three employees.(HT File Photo)

Three Sariska staffers suspended in tigress poaching case

Hindustan Times, Alwar | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON NOV 04, 2018 03:45 PM IST
After the arrest of two accused in the poaching of Tigress ST-5, the Sariska Tiger Reserve (STR) administration has suspended three employees.
Tigress ST-5 was last seen in Sariska Tiger Reserve in February this year and later authorities declared her missing after failing to find any trace of her.(HT File Photo)
Tigress ST-5 was last seen in Sariska Tiger Reserve in February this year and later authorities declared her missing after failing to find any trace of her.(HT File Photo)

One more held for poaching Sariska tigress ST-5 in February

Hindustan Times, Alwar | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON OCT 30, 2018 02:52 PM IST
Tigress ST-5, relocated from Ranthambore in July 2010, was last seen in the Akbarpur forest range on February 24 with tiger ST-11. The STR administration declared her missing after it failed to find any trace of her.
An injured male tiger at Sariska Tiger Reserve being was treated on Sunday morning.(HT Photo)
An injured male tiger at Sariska Tiger Reserve being was treated on Sunday morning.(HT Photo)

Injured Sariska tiger treated for wound infested with maggots

Jaipur | By HT Correspondent
PUBLISHED ON OCT 08, 2018 03:04 PM IST
The doctor who treated the male tiger at Sariska said the animal was tranquillised on Sunday morning and administered an injection after removing the maggots from the wound.
Tigress ST-7 was sighted near her enclosure at the Sariska Tiger Reserve which opened to public on Monday, October 1, 2018 after being closed due to monsoons.(HT Photo)
Tigress ST-7 was sighted near her enclosure at the Sariska Tiger Reserve which opened to public on Monday, October 1, 2018 after being closed due to monsoons.(HT Photo)

Ranthambore, Sariska tiger reserves open to tourists after monsoon break

Jaipur | By HT Correspondent
PUBLISHED ON OCT 02, 2018 02:11 PM IST
The tiger reserves are closed during the monsoon in view of forest rejuvenation and breeding of tigers.
Sariska Tiger Reserve’s chief conservator of forest said ST­12 was captured on a camera trap with her three cubs in the Talvriksh forest range.(Photo Credit: Rajasthan forest department)
Sariska Tiger Reserve’s chief conservator of forest said ST­12 was captured on a camera trap with her three cubs in the Talvriksh forest range.(Photo Credit: Rajasthan forest department)

Tigress with three cubs spotted in Sariska, population in reserve reaches 17

Hindustan Times, Alwar | By Devendra Bhardwaj
UPDATED ON SEP 03, 2018 11:51 AM IST
STR chief conservator of forest Govind Sagar Bhardwaj said ST-12 was captured on a trap camera with her three cubs in the Talvriksh forest range.
Apart from the remains of many wild animals police also discovered bones of a big cat from the well.(HT PHOTO)
Apart from the remains of many wild animals police also discovered bones of a big cat from the well.(HT PHOTO)

Bones from Alwar well to be sent to WII for clues on missing tigress

Hindustan Times, Alwar | By Devendra Bhardwaj
UPDATED ON JUL 22, 2018 09:57 PM IST
On the trail of missing tigress ST5, forest officials had nabbed suspected poachers from Alwar district.
A tigress has been missing from Sariska Tiger Reserve since February.(HT File)
A tigress has been missing from Sariska Tiger Reserve since February.(HT File)

On trail of missing tigress, Rajasthan officials nab boar poacher

Hindustan Times, Alwar | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON JUL 14, 2018 09:06 PM IST
Chief conservator of forest and field director, Sariska Tiger Reserve (STR), Govind Sagar Bhardwaj said they received information about suspected poacher being present at Khareta village with tiger parts
Tigers in Sariska. A tigress, ST5, had gone missing in February.(HT File Photo)
Tigers in Sariska. A tigress, ST5, had gone missing in February.(HT File Photo)

Alwar village raided for information on missing Sariska tigress

Hindustan Times, Alwar | By HT Correspondent, Alwar
UPDATED ON JUL 13, 2018 10:25 PM IST
One person has been taken into custody.
A tigress leaps to freedom at the Sariska tiger reserve, Rajasthan (File Photo)(Himanshu Vyas/HT)
A tigress leaps to freedom at the Sariska tiger reserve, Rajasthan (File Photo)(Himanshu Vyas/HT)

Instead of fighting, wildlife authorities must focus on tracking Sariska’s missing tiger

By Bahar Dutt
PUBLISHED ON MAY 30, 2018 12:03 PM IST
It’s been six month since a tagged tiger vanished from the tiger reserve. Two agencies are fighting about who’s to blame
Tigress named ST-14 gave birth to two cubs in the Sariska National Park in Rajasthan’s Alwar.(HT Photo)
Tigress named ST-14 gave birth to two cubs in the Sariska National Park in Rajasthan’s Alwar.(HT Photo)

Two newborn tiger cubs bring good news for Sariska National Park

Alwar, Hindustan Times | By Devendra Bhardwaj
UPDATED ON APR 30, 2018 09:05 AM IST
The Sariska Tiger Reserve, struggling with loopholes in security and upkeep, now has something to cheer about. With the birth of two cubs, the number of tigers at the reserve in Rajasthan has risen to 14 from zero in 2005
Among others, the SBWL panel had in its report recommended immediate relocation of 26 villages located in STR.(HT File)
Among others, the SBWL panel had in its report recommended immediate relocation of 26 villages located in STR.(HT File)

CM Raje puts brakes on plan to shift tigers to Sariska

Hindustan Times, Kota | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON APR 27, 2018 10:10 PM IST
A source in the forest department said Vasundhara Raje’s order has come after the standing committee of the State Board for Wildlife pointed out several loopholes in the security and upkeep at the reserve
On Saturday night, signals of ST-5 were once again received, leading to fresh set of confusion.(HT FILE PHOTO)
On Saturday night, signals of ST-5 were once again received, leading to fresh set of confusion.(HT FILE PHOTO)

WII to submit report on final status of ST-5

Hindustan Times, Alwar | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON APR 22, 2018 10:29 PM IST
The WII team remained in Sariska Tiger Reserve for three days.
The last pugmarks of tigress ST-5 were reported on February 24, 2018, while the last photographic evidence of the same was obtained on January 19.(HT File)
The last pugmarks of tigress ST-5 were reported on February 24, 2018, while the last photographic evidence of the same was obtained on January 19.(HT File)

Forest dept says ST-5 may be dead, FIR to be filed soon

Hindustan Times, Jaipur | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON APR 21, 2018 10:11 PM IST
About two months after tigress ST-5 went missing from the Sariska Tiger Reserve (STR) and intensive combing operations were taken up to search the big cat, the forest department on Saturday said that the tigress is likely to be dead and an FIR will be filed soon
Forest officials make a temporary water body for intensive camera trapping in Sariska Tiger Reserve, Alwar. The water body was made to trace the missing tigress ST 5.(HT Photo)
Forest officials make a temporary water body for intensive camera trapping in Sariska Tiger Reserve, Alwar. The water body was made to trace the missing tigress ST 5.(HT Photo)

Tiger deaths, poaching to figure in Rajasthan wildlife committee meet

Hindustan Times, Alwar | By HT Correspondent, Alwar
UPDATED ON APR 20, 2018 09:51 PM IST
The committee is supposed to meet in Sariska.
The Sariska tiger, ST-5 went missing since more than a month and half from the reserve in Rajasthan.(File Photo/HT.)
The Sariska tiger, ST-5 went missing since more than a month and half from the reserve in Rajasthan.(File Photo/HT.)

Sariska seeks WII assistance on missing tiger

Hindustan Times, Jaipur | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON APR 11, 2018 10:05 PM IST
It’s been over one and half months but there is no sign of the missing Sariska tigress ST-5, besides the on and off radio signals from her collar. 
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