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Saving the tiger means saving every living organism: Valmik Th...

HAVING BEEN involved with tigers and the Indian wildlife for decades, Valmik Thapar has observed and studied the country's flora and fauna from close quarters. In an email interview, he tells Nitin Sreedhar why some species are doing well when it ... Financial Express, 1 week ago

Winged Fire book review: Fair Are ThemFowls

Winged Fire Author: Valmik Thapar Publishers: Aleph Pages: 486 (Hardcover) Price: 2,295 While every sixth person alive is Indian, every sixth species of bird is found in India. The third volume in a series edited by Valmik Thapar, Winged ...
 Yahoo! India3 weeks ago Onward and Upward  Open Magazine1 month ago

Reading to save the environment

Nagpur: In a unique way to sensitize people about environment, a little-known NGO Aaranya has launched a new concept of 'environment library' in the city. "There are 227 libraries across the city but not one is an exclusively environment library. I ...
 Times of India18 hours ago
Asia Times Online

Hope burns bright for Indian tigers

Asia Times News & Features, India Tiger, tiger burning bright In the forests of the night, What immortal hand or eye Dare frame thy fearful symmetry? So wrote William Blake, who lived from 1757 to 1827. But Blake could not have imagined ...
 Asia Times Online1 day ago

STATE ROOTS FOR TIGER RESEARCH INSTITUTE

Nagpur and Chandrapur have been proposed as choices for the set-up Forty-four years after Project Tiger was flagged off with the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) under it, and 34 years after the autonomous Wildlife Institute of India ...
 Pune Mirror1 week ago
Livemint.com

The need for tiger diplomacy

With some smart tiger diplomacy, Narendra Modi can make a lasting impression on millions of Asians who revere the iconic cat Another glitzy, ministerial-level tiger conference started in Delhi's Vigyan Bhavan on 11 April. It is being lavishly hosted ...
 Livemint.com2 weeks ago

India has to choose between saving its tigers or becoming one of the largest diamond producers

India has a tough choice to make. Will it be a Rs20,520 crore ($3 billion) diamond mining project or one of the world's most beautiful wild beasts and nearly 1,000 hectares of pristine forest with other exotic flora and fauna? For close to a ...
 Quartz1 month ago

Meet the Kapoor family of Bollywood

Four generations of superstars. And the fifth generation is but a few years away from making its mark in showbiz. There's no family like the Kapoor family. Prithviraj Kapoor laid its foundation and Raj Kapoor was the man who catapulted the family's ...
 FilmFare.com1 month ago
The Hindu

Taste of the wild

Poetry tells us that the obsession with muse often makes the poet familiar with the people who surround her. So it doesnt come as a surprise when Valmik Thapar, whose affair with the national animal is well-documented, decided to compile a 480-page book on ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

If I return to Jamaica some people will think this satanic sodomite scum should go back: Marlon James

If youre a writer of any measure or ambition, itd be safe to say a New York Times review of this nature can be a huge fillip to your self-esteem: like a Tarantino remake of the The Harder They Come, but with a soundtrack by Bob Marley and a script by Oliver ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago
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