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Tusker returns to Karnataka, injures 3, kills cattle

Among the two elephants that had crossed over the borders of Chitradurga district roughly 10 days ago, one returned to wreak havoc in the district on Friday morning. The jumbo that strayed back injured three people. The tusker that returned was sighted at ... Deccan Herald, 1 day ago

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The need to restore elephant corridors

They often trumpeted, anxious and confused â€" driven from one village, only to be forced out from the neighbouring village. The herd even took refuge in a lake, the matriarch making desperate efforts to calm the young ones, while villagers stood ...
 Deccan Herald4 days ago

Set for jumbo ‘tusk’

Amber Fort and elephant rides are synonymous with each other. Every visitor coming to Jaipur wants to come to Amber and take an elephant ride. Therefore, to improve the condition of these elephants, their abode ‘Hathi Gaon’ has been given a ...
 DNA6 days ago
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Marathas wanted to 'liberate' Hindu holy sites

Contemporary records speak of Chhatrapati Shivaji's resolve to liberate Hindu holy places, and the later Maratha rulers carried forward his legacy, Colonel Anil A Athale (retd) reveals in a forthcoming book. IMAGE: Ruins of the original Kashi Viswanath temple under the Gyanvapi mosque in Varanasi. Photograph: Oasis.54515, kind courtesy Wikimedia Commons Effective Mughal control over large parts of India died with Aurangzeb in 1707. In the words of Lord Macaulay, 'Soon after Aurangzeb's death ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Naturebites

MORE THAN ONE COLOUR How snapdragons beckon bees In the Pyrenees Mountains, between France and Spain, wild snapdragons bloom each spring. Their petals scream for pollination with colour. A bit of bright contrast brushed over the centre of the flowers lower ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

#TravelTuesday: In the footsteps of the 'Indian trader' who found Petra

Shyam Saran travels to the ruined Jordanian city that was once a cosmopolitan hub controlling main global trade routes. Camels wait for tourists in Wadi Rum in Petra, Jordan.Petra built during the fifth and sixth centuries BC, is the ruined capital of the Nabatean Arabs.The sandstone in the region has given rise to unique rock formations, rising from the desert, forming deep canyons and fissures.Also read: The desert that resembles Mars!Photograph: Chris Jackson/Getty Images.   That the ...
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Indira Gandhi: Fearlessness in the national interest

'Fearlessness, courtesy, humour, wide interests and wisdom, deep commitment to Indian science and technology, passion for the environment, objectivity and the ability to see many things through not only a national but also an international prism.'   IMAGE: Indira Gandhi on a visit to the US in March 1966, a few weeks after becoming prime minister for the first time.After this visit she would devalue the rupee in return for aid from America, a politically unpopular move that brought her ...
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Bear that strayed into human habitation in Wayanad trapped

Sulthan Bathery: A bear that strayed into human habitation at a village here was trapped inside a coffee storage yard after it attempted to attack the labourers. The incident happened at Chedyalathur village located near the Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary on ...
 Mathrubhumi1 month ago
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The hit filmmaker who left it all to tend cows

'It's odd, I made Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar which is about winning, but today I feel we live too much in a winning world.''Everybody wants to win.'Mansoor Khan, the director who left Bollywood at his peak for a quieter life, speaks to Rediff.com's Archana Masih at his farm in the Nilgiris. IMAGE: Mansoor Khan at home in Coonoor.Khan launched cousin Aamir Khan in Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak, and made Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar, Akele Hum Akele Tum and Josh.He left Mumbai in 2005. Photographs: Rajesh ...
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'India is blazing down a tunnel'

'Anything that is anti-growth is demonised because growth is the biggest religion.''Growth has become synonymous with progress, well being, comfort.''Actually, it is the opposite. Growth is what has caused environmental damage, depleted ground water.''Exponential growth is cancer.' Part 1: The hit filmmaker who left it all to tend cows IMAGE: Mansoor Khan at his farm stay in Coonoor. He left the success of Bollywood behind for a quieter life. Photographs: Rajesh Karkera/Rediff.com Mansoor ...
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