PANAJI - Forest guards in Goa's four wildlife sanctuaries will soon be equipped with global positioning system (GPS) to step up patrolling, a senior official said Friday.
PANAJI - English poet William Blake's "tyger" might continue to burn bright if a spark lit by young poets and artists at a poetry camp in Goa - with the animal as its theme - catches on, even as the wilds are threatened by illegal mining.
PANAJI - Creating reserves is not the only way to conserve tigers, liquor baron and Rajya Sabha member Vijay Mallya said here Tuesday.
PANAJI - Indians, not the colonialists, have let down the tiger, Goa's governor S.S.
- Campaign in Goa: buy a cow, save the tiger
- Evidence of tiger presence in Goa: Official
- ‘Garbage threatens to ruin Goa’s tourism party’
- Goa pollution board cracks down on illegal mining
- Fresh tar balls sweep across Goa beaches
- Goa forest guards get motorbikes to check crime
- Tar balls from Goa beaches to be incinerated
- ‘Swiss-style voting can end mining woes’
- Tar balls spoiling Goa beaches may stay till October: Government
- Congress MP asks Jairam Ramesh to probe Goa oil spill
- Tar balls coat Indian beaches after ship dumps oil
- Rogue ship dumps oil, coating famed Indian beaches
- Tar balls continue to pollute Goa beaches
- Black tar balls appear on Goa beaches
- No rules to regulate depth of mining pits: Kamat
- Goa’s ‘jumping chicken’ frogmarched from marsh to table
- Goa’s underwater relics under threat: Marine scientists
- Goa wildlife census shows tiger presence
- Kerala turning blind eye to shark killing: PETA
- Is Goa’s potable water contaminated?
- 15 km of Goa beaches threatened by erosion: survey
- Rescued crocodile may die from plastic consumption
- Gujarat wants Asiatic lion to roar
- Ocean research organisation to get research vessel soon
- Civil society groups, media rally behind tiger activist
- Wildlife activist named as abettor in tiger killing
- Goa forest department drags feet in tiger poaching case
- Goa to announce draft forest policy soon
- GPS technology may become compulsory for fishing trawlers