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  • Local stakeholders’ participation: Key to protecting the Himalayan Rivers?  The Indian Himalayan Rivers are a life-line for millions yet, facing severe threats. Can local stakeholders’ participation to conserve riverine ecosystems help in alleviating some of […]

    Local stakeholders’ participation: key to protecting the Himalayan Rivers?

    Local stakeholders’ participation: Key to protecting the Himalayan Rivers?  The Indian Himalayan Rivers are a life-line for millions yet, facing severe threats. Can local stakeholders’ participation to conserve riverine ecosystems help in alleviating some of […]

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  • Malabar Gliding Frog, Rhacophorus malabaricus (Jerdon, 1870) Nesting behaviour and development stages Rhacophorus malabaricus is a well known species of the moss frog belonging to Neobatrachia which is the suborder of the Anura. Rhacophorus malabaricus is endemic to the Western Ghats […]

    Malabar Gliding Frog – Nesting behaviour and development stages

    Malabar Gliding Frog, Rhacophorus malabaricus (Jerdon, 1870) Nesting behaviour and development stages Rhacophorus malabaricus is a well known species of the moss frog belonging to Neobatrachia which is the suborder of the Anura. Rhacophorus malabaricus is endemic to the Western Ghats […]

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  • Species in Focus Wild India: Jungle Cat   Classification of Jungle Cat:   Jungle cat is found in Egypt, western Asia, Indian subcontinent, Burma, China Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia. It was first classified according to […]

    Species in Focus Wild India: Jungle Cat

    Species in Focus Wild India: Jungle Cat   Classification of Jungle Cat:   Jungle cat is found in Egypt, western Asia, Indian subcontinent, Burma, China Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia. It was first classified according to […]

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  • Shattered This image is of a shattered windshield of a car I was driving in. This didn’t happen at 100kms per hour, but at only 30 kmph.   I was in Similipal Tiger Reserve and […]

    Shattered

    Shattered This image is of a shattered windshield of a car I was driving in. This didn’t happen at 100kms per hour, but at only 30 kmph.   I was in Similipal Tiger Reserve and […]

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  • Learnings from Wild India: Competition & Success Competition: Competition, for some, is a way of life. It is a struggle for existence. However there are spheres where one doesn’t need to win at the cost […]

    Learnings from Wild India: Competition & Success

    Learnings from Wild India: Competition & Success Competition: Competition, for some, is a way of life. It is a struggle for existence. However there are spheres where one doesn’t need to win at the cost […]

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  • Golden Heritage on the Thin Red Line!   India is bestowed with rich flora and fauna and is considered among the 12 Mega Bio-Diversity countries of the world. Out of the 25 bio-diversity hotspots in […]

    Golden Heritage on the Thin Red Line!

    Golden Heritage on the Thin Red Line!   India is bestowed with rich flora and fauna and is considered among the 12 Mega Bio-Diversity countries of the world. Out of the 25 bio-diversity hotspots in […]

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  • Diwali: An appeal Gone are the days when Diwali used to be a real fun filled festival of lights. Do we remember why we used to celebrate Diwali? Not many can answer. Swami Vivekananda had […]

    Deepavali: An appeal

    Diwali: An appeal Gone are the days when Diwali used to be a real fun filled festival of lights. Do we remember why we used to celebrate Diwali? Not many can answer. Swami Vivekananda had […]

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  • Kite Flying: Impact on birds I was taking my morning walk in the park when I saw a group of people excitedly crowding around. When I came closer I could see that there was a […]

    Kite flying: Impact on birds

    Kite Flying: Impact on birds I was taking my morning walk in the park when I saw a group of people excitedly crowding around. When I came closer I could see that there was a […]

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