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10 January 2012 Wildlife sanctuaries and national parks, including Ranthambhore national park, will now be connected with each other through a corridor. The corridor will provide a safe passage to wild animals and reduce chances of tigers straying from the core area which often resulted into incidents of poaching and killing of big cats. The state cabinet approved the proposal at a meeting held on Wednesday. The government will forward the proposal to the Union Ministry of Forest and Environment for final approval. The corridor will be named Rajeev Gandhi Biosphere Reserve. Click on date for more details
05 January 2012 Rajasthan cabinet today gave approval to a proposal for developing Rajiv Gandhi Biosphere reserve to provide safe corridor for wildlife and conservation of tigers in the state. Click on date for details.
05 January 2012 Karnataka acquired the distinction of being the first state in India to deploy a commando unit - Special Tiger Protection Force (STPF) - to protect its big cat population from poachers. Click on date for more details