Wildlife Trust Of India Wti
West Bengal  /  Published 05.04.22

Training in tea belts to stop man-animal clash

The Solitary Nature and Animal Protection Foundation (SNAP) along with the state forest department have launched a training programme for tea estate dwellers of the Terai and the Dooars belt in north ...
By Binita Paul in Siliguri

Opinion  /  Published 11.09.20

Rare balance

The ‘Kerala Model’ has shown India the way when it comes to achieving success in education and healthcare. The state, it now seems, has come up with a solution for what is believed to be a...
By The Editorial Board

Arts  /  Published 04.08.20

Good Earth launches Lockdown Dreamscapes

The brand’s design team envisiones a utopia...
By Anannya Sarkar

North East  /  Published 21.09.19

No officers in four of 9 Kaziranga ranges

Four of the nine ranges of Kaziranga National Park do not have range officers, making it difficult for the park to hold anybody responsible in case of poaching.“It becomes difficult for us to hold a...
By Our Special Correspondent in Guwahati

North East  /  Published 11.03.20

Make it a better place for you & for me

It’s a project aimed at protecting humans and elephants alike. The Assam Wildlife Rescue and Research Organisation (AWRRO), in collaboration with Wildlife Trust of India (WTI) and David Shepherd Wil...
By Hiranya Barman in Guwahati

India  /  Published 20.02.19

Dolphin census sparks cheer

A first-of-its-kind “simultaneous” census in three major rivers in Bihar has enumerated a total of 1,150 Gangetic dolphins, elating scientists and experts.The figures, experts believe, means that ...
By Dev Raj in Patna

North East  /  Published 06.07.19

Forest officials rescue elephant

A medical team of the Wildlife Trust of India (WTI) and forest officials on Saturday tranquilised an injured wild elephant at Tengabosti under Rangapara near Assam-Arunachal Pradesh boundary in Sonitp...
By Our Correspondent in Tezpur


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