ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Research and Conservation

The Rise and Fall of the Emerald Tigers: Ten Years of Research in Panna National Park by Raghu Chundawat, New Delhi: Speaking Tiger, 2018; pp ix + 356, ` 899.

The Tiger’s Last Stand

Both the immediate and long-term causes of tiger mortality in Sariska, particularly in the context of the larger challenges surrounding protected area management in India, are explored in this article. It is necessary to restore the Sariska forests using sound principles of ecosystem management along with increased local participation and better community outreach.

The Multiple Meanings of Nature Conservation

With increasing concerns about the degradation of forests threatening the existence of wildlife, conservation projects are seen as the need of the hour. However, conservation as a concept is often understood differently by the local community, the scientific community, and the state. A critical examination of the ongoing efforts for tiger conservation in Dibang Valley, Arunachal Pradesh, exposes the fault lines in the narrative of nature conservation as the state imposes its agenda through the establishment of sanctuaries and reserves, without considering the needs of the local Mishmi tribe and excluding their traditional conservation practices.
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