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Trunk calls
Geographical.co.uk

Trunk calls

An elephant early warning system is preventing deaths across India's tea and coffee plantations In rural India, someone walking home after a day at work may spot a flashing red light in the distance. At the same moment, an SMS text message might ... Geographical.co.uk, 1 week ago
Ecns.cn

800-year-old tree brings fun to villagers

2015-06-11 10:48 Ecns.cn Editor:Yao Lan 1 Villagers drink tea inside a hollow tree trunk at a village in Hualong Hui autonomous county, Northwest China's Qinghai province, June 10, 2015. The tree is about 800 years old, according to village ...
 Ecns.cn1 month ago Old tree forecasts weather for villagers  Ecns.cn1 month ago

When Detecting Land Mines, The Nose Knows — Or, In This Case, The Trunk

An elephant in South African offers an up-close glimpse of its prodigious instrument. According to Sean Hensman of Adventures with Elephants, trunks like this one could help the U.S. Army develop a better landmine sensor. Greatstock/Barcroft ...
 NPR3 days ago
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A MAMMOTH DISASTER

New Delhi, July 5 -- Early 2014. Jit Munda was collecting leaves for a puja in a patch of jungle near a tea estate in the north of Assam's Udalguri district close to the Bhutan border. Suddenly, the former tea estate labourer realised a wild ...
 HT Syndication3 weeks ago

One day in spring

This year we had a Holi party. On the menu was chhole , which I cooked after Shruti pressure-cooked it with tea leaves; chicken in a cashew paste and kadhai paneer, both of which Shruti made; and kachoris, samosas and two types of gujia ( kesari and ...
 Business Standard India3 weeks ago
Stuff.co.nz

Tea and little sympathy

The exotic mystery of India, the thrill of romance, dangerous ripples of discontent and the machinations of oppression. All these elements are deftly woven together in the opening scenes of Indian Summers as creator and writer Paul Rutman lays the ...
 Stuff.co.nz1 month ago Julie Walters talks Indian Summers  Stuff.co.nz1 month ago

Above the Clouds

A tea picker picks tea leaves in Phongsaly, Laos. Photo: IC Mr Seungkham, a gentle faced Yao gentleman, opened a sack behind his chair. As the late morning sun slanted though the bamboo walls, he put his nose to the opening and inhaled deeply, ...
 Global Times2 months ago

Going coastal on Vancouver Island

Trekking through a Tolkinesque rainforest of hanging vines and twisted tree trunks, I startle a bald eagle from its perch in a moss-draped hemlock. Moments later I freeze in mid-step, arms in mid-swing — a panic pose in response to spotting a bear ...
 Doctor's Review2 months ago

Food Stories: Chai garam chai!

Chai's romance with the subcontinent goes way back. The English may have invented tea time, but the desis of the world embraced it with such warmth, that the beverage is now synonymous with the subcontinental lifestyle. Many a match made in heaven ...
 DAWN Group2 months ago

Case goods, occasional introductions on tap

A-AMERICA A-553 The Heirloom cherry bedroom is made with solid cherry and comes in a lightly distressed, medium brown wood finish. It has updated Arts & Crafts design elements. The Westlake dining collection is made with solid mahogany and ...
 Furniture Today6 hours ago
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