The very idea of interlinking the rivers of India has its roots in the thoughts of M. Viswesvarayya, the stalwart engineer of yesteryear. The interlinking of rivers for inland navigation was proposed even earlier, during the British Raj, by Arthur ... The Hindu, 1 week ago
Rs. 2900.0000 Indian rivers are classic coffee-table book subjects. All those ghats, temples and praying pilgrims make for picture-perfect representations of timeless nature and ancient culture. After countless books that breathlessly treat ...Outlook Traveller, 1 month ago
KANNUR: Once a common pest that held regular night raids in the croplands, the Indian fox (Vulpes Bengalensis) has now become very rare in the state, triggering fears among nature lovers that the animal might be facing a far greater threat than ...New Indian Express, 2 months ago
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