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  • IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol. 5 Issue X Cyclone and Mangroves Severe cyclonic storms with epicenter near Gopalpur in Odisha was the cynosure of all eyes. Whereas experts abroad branded it as a Super Cyclone, the IMD […]

    IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol. 5 Issue X

    IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol. 5 Issue X Cyclone and Mangroves Severe cyclonic storms with epicenter near Gopalpur in Odisha was the cynosure of all eyes. Whereas experts abroad branded it as a Super Cyclone, the IMD […]

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  • IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol. 5 Issue VIII Trigger Happy Shikar was a tradition in India. Kings and warriors have been hunting to quench their thirst for adventure. In an era, when a major part of India […]

    IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol. 5 Issue VIII

    IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol. 5 Issue VIII Trigger Happy Shikar was a tradition in India. Kings and warriors have been hunting to quench their thirst for adventure. In an era, when a major part of India […]

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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 the […]

    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 the […]

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  • IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol. 5 Issue VI The Wrath of Rudra You can also view our short film “Save the Himalaya” below – I have been visiting various parts of India to document leopards living in […]

    IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol. 5 Issue VI

    IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol. 5 Issue VI The Wrath of Rudra You can also view our short film “Save the Himalaya” below – I have been visiting various parts of India to document leopards living in […]

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  • IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol. 5 Issue V

    IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol. 5 Issue V Responsibility of our Popular Icons A popular teen-flick featuring chocolate hero Tobey Maguire had a memorable dialogue With great power comes great responsibility. This oft quoted dialogue need not […]

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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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  • 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. 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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  • 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 […]

    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 […]

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