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Spend the summer 'glamping' in the royal states of Jaipur and ...

A trend fast catching up with the discerning travellers in India, Glamping (Glamourous Camping) offers impressive accommodation in luxury camping tents. So, what are the benefits? Travellers stay close to nature, indulge in healthy meals prepared from ... Economic Times, 1 week ago

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Himalayan Times

India's rising tiger numbers may be victory only on paper

photo shows tigers at the Ranthambore National Park in Sawai Madhopur, India. India's tiger population has gone up 30 percent in just four years. The government lauded the news as astonishing evidence of victory in conservation. But independent ...
 Himalayan Times1 week ago 30 rise in tiger population Reality or victory only on paper  Hindustan Times1 week ago On a tiger trail in India  Abu Dhabi National1 month ago
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When Schock met Modi: 3 encounters, 3 controversies

Aaron Schock, who resigned as US Congressman on Tuesday night following media disclosures of his loose spending habits, met Narendra Modi thrice. These encounters were not free of controversy either. Nothing, nothing that Aaron Schock has done, it seems, can escape controversy. The 33-year-old US Congressman from Illinois, who has come to personify slopping spending habits that violate legislative ethics and rules, is no stranger to controversy. Whether it is overcharging the government for ...
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Start-up aces bond in the jungle over big cats

Leopards are Mukesh Ambani's inspiration. The Reliance boss once said he liked spending hours watching the wild cats and even takes business lessons from them. A new start-up is helping budding entrepreneurs take a leaf out of the Ambani book by ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago A unique idea to train entrepreneurs in the jungle!  Rediff.com1 month ago

Melissa's Travels: Melissa's Finds: Jaipur

As Rajasthan's shopping capital and home to many expat designers and craftsmen, Jaipur is always offering a new twist on Indian treasures. Some of our favorite recent discoveries include a small palace hotel with a modern twist, chic dining rooms, ...
 Indagare1 week ago
Indian Express

The wild card

There should be no conflicts of interest between funding agencies and the habitats that their funds support. In India, funding for wildlife and nature conservation has been driven largely by public money. Now, a new model of conservation on ...
 Indian Express1 week ago
New Zealand Herald

Travel tidbits and deals of the week

Fly to Vietnam from Auckland with Singapore Airlines and stay four nights in Ho Chi Minh City and four nights in Hoi An, from $2399pp, twin-share. Airport transfers and breakfasts included. Pay an extra $99 each and extend stay by two nights. Book ...
 New Zealand Herald1 month ago
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Bird woman: She shoots to conserve

"When I travel, some people get scared of my big lenses; others wonder whether a single lady can travel by herself in a forest."  "Wildlife is like a magnet, the closer you are to it, the strongest it attracts you." "When you take pictures of wildlife there is no second shoot. Everything happens in a nanosecond." Delhi-based wildlife photographer Rathika Ramasamy is an engineer and MBA. But her passion for clicking pictures led her to become India's first female wildlife photographer. This ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
New Indian Express

Natural Escape

Sometimes a vacation literally means that you need to get away from everything. Talking about getting away, what's better than spending a few days in the middle of a jungle without the interruption of cellphones and laptops or the Internet, so that ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

So why exactly do animals play?

With the World Cup quarterfinals in progress, the mind turns to cricket in particular and sport in general. There are more than 8,000 indigenous sports played across the world and many of them not even documented well, but human society cannot be ...
 Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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