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  • IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol. 5 Issue III   Sea Cow no Holy Cow The Sethusamudram saga continues The Gulf of Mannar and the Palk Straits are pretty shallow so that large ships cannot pass through. Due […]

    IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol. 5 Issue III

    IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol. 5 Issue III   Sea Cow no Holy Cow The Sethusamudram saga continues The Gulf of Mannar and the Palk Straits are pretty shallow so that large ships cannot pass through. Due […]

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  • Making your content viral in Social Media: Making sense of Social Media This article is an attempt to understand the Social Media like Facebook. What makes someone really like something? Why certain things go viral? […]

    Make your content Viral in Social Media

    Making your content viral in Social Media: Making sense of Social Media This article is an attempt to understand the Social Media like Facebook. What makes someone really like something? Why certain things go viral? […]

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  • IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol. 5 Issue II

    IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol. 5 Issue II This issue of IndiaWilds newsletter talks aboutproblems of feeding our wild animals and birds as well as feral dogs and various other conservation issues. Conservation is not just Animal […]

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  • Wild India – ‘A Call in the Rainforest’   A Call in the Rainforest is now available for viewing online. In an effort to spread the message about the plight of the Lion-tailed Macaques, I […]

    Wild India – ‘A Call in the Rainforest’

    Wild India – ‘A Call in the Rainforest’   A Call in the Rainforest is now available for viewing online. In an effort to spread the message about the plight of the Lion-tailed Macaques, I […]

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  • Making of..Leopards: The Last Stand There is a significant amount of wildlife living outside our protected areas in our revenue lands. The lesser carnivores like mongoose are often ignored by people, however, when a large […]

    Making of..”Leopards: The Last Stand”

    Making of..Leopards: The Last Stand There is a significant amount of wildlife living outside our protected areas in our revenue lands. The lesser carnivores like mongoose are often ignored by people, however, when a large […]

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  • IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol. 5 Issue I Firstly I would like to wish all members and readers a ‘Very Happy New Year 2013’. May this year we reverse the tide and save our fast vanishing wildlife […]

    IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol. 5 Issue I

    IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol. 5 Issue I Firstly I would like to wish all members and readers a ‘Very Happy New Year 2013’. May this year we reverse the tide and save our fast vanishing wildlife […]

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  • Canon Cinema EOS C300 for Wildlife Filming Canon made a historic announcement of its Cinema EOS range of Cameras and lenses in Hollywood on 3rd of November, 2011 when it announced the Cinema EOS C300 camera. […]

    Review: Canon C300 for Wildlife Filming

    Canon Cinema EOS C300 for Wildlife Filming Canon made a historic announcement of its Cinema EOS range of Cameras and lenses in Hollywood on 3rd of November, 2011 when it announced the Cinema EOS C300 camera. […]

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  • IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol. 4 Issue XII   Blood Betting While driving from one wilderness area to another, I do stop to understand the social and cultural influences of people living in the buffer areas of […]

    IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol. 4 Issue XII

    IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol. 4 Issue XII   Blood Betting While driving from one wilderness area to another, I do stop to understand the social and cultural influences of people living in the buffer areas of […]

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  • What can our planners learn from Kalidasa? Poet Kalidas bowled over by the beauty of the rich forests and mountain ranges of the western ghats had described the Malaya (modern Anamalai) and Dardura (Nilgiri) mountain […]

    IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol. 4 Issue XI

    What can our planners learn from Kalidasa? Poet Kalidas bowled over by the beauty of the rich forests and mountain ranges of the western ghats had described the Malaya (modern Anamalai) and Dardura (Nilgiri) mountain […]

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  • My Kumaon Uncollected Writings – Jim Corbett I was delighted when I heard that Oxford University Press to celebrate its hundred years is coming out with a book comprising Jim Corbetts uncollected writings. I was […]

    My Kumaon Uncollected Writings by Jim Corbett

    My Kumaon Uncollected Writings – Jim Corbett I was delighted when I heard that Oxford University Press to celebrate its hundred years is coming out with a book comprising Jim Corbetts uncollected writings. I was […]

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