Historian Romila Thapar. Photograph by Valmik Thapar; courtesy Aleph Book Company Lament for a time that was There is a story that, once upon a time, when our land was young and full of hope, there flowed a rich and diverse river, a ... Livemint.com, 2 days ago
We are in such a mess in this country that to create a path to secure the future of wild tigers will be an enormous undertaking. This country is so deeply fractured, divided and unstable that good governance is turning into an impossible dream. We ...Hindustan Times, 3 weeks ago
We seem to have sunk into a quagmire of chaos and corruption and little appears on the horizon to pull us out of it. In this political and bureaucratic nightmare, very few care about wild tigers. I do, since I have spent 38 years of my life serving them. Wild ...Hindustan Times, 3 weeks ago
Jaipur based artist Charumati Nirwan became yet another artist to join hands with those many painting to spread awareness about wildlife conservation. And that was how at this event, all talk veered towards wildlife, and how little was being done on ...Times of India, 4 weeks ago
So many of the world's best books happen on foot; far more writers are walking animals than sedentary ones, returning to the desk to set down an account of where their travels took them. Very rarely, the walking doesn't just enable the writing: it ...Business Standard India, 1 month ago
Animal Planet celebrates Indias National Animal Tiger with a month long programming "Where Tigers Rule"
View other Media Briefs Animal Planet celebrates India's National Animal Tiger with a month long programming "Where Tigers Rule" Media News New Delhi, February 24, 2014 Animal Planet will bring the country's attention on India's majestic ...Agencyfaqs!, 1 month ago Animal Planet celebrates India's National Animal Tiger with a month long programming "Where Tigers Rule" Agencyfaqs!, 1 month ago Animal Planet's new initiative Where Tigers Rule Indian Television, 1 month ago
"We all have our advantages and disadvantages," says actor-producer Abhay Deol. "As a celebrity, I have the advantage of reaching out to people. This can be used for a better purpose; one that will benefit all." And Abhay is doing just that. He, ...The Hindu, 1 month ago
Added by on February 21, 2014. Saved under Opinion , Science , Zach Kirkman Tags: endangered species The world is a very complex place. Most humans have a hard enough time figuring out what is going on in their own lives, but the natural ...The Guardian Express, 1 month ago
LUCKNOW: With nine killings in 45 days, the elusive maneater of Bijnor is giving a tough time to its 'royal' trackers. Unable to rein in the big cat, believed to be a tigress, forest department had called in members of royal families to help track ...Times of India, 2 months ago
In the Sunderbans, the vast tangle of marshy wetlands that lie between India and Bangladesh, the word 'baagh' is uttered in hushed tones. The reason, as naturalist Sy Montgomery, points out in her seminal book, 'Spell of the Tiger', is chillingly ...Times of India, 2 months ago
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