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  • IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol.1 Issue VII Wildlife Management: Tiger Translocations What is the state of wildlife in this country? Every month I keep on asking this question again and again. Every month there is news about […]

    IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol.1 Issue VII

    IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol.1 Issue VII Wildlife Management: Tiger Translocations What is the state of wildlife in this country? Every month I keep on asking this question again and again. Every month there is news about […]

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  • Bandhavgarh Diary 2008 Lot of people have written to me asking about my Bandhavgarh trips and how a Day in the Life of a Photographer like me looks like. So I thought of publishing the […]

    Bandhavgarh Diary 2008

    Bandhavgarh Diary 2008 Lot of people have written to me asking about my Bandhavgarh trips and how a Day in the Life of a Photographer like me looks like. So I thought of publishing the […]

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  • IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol.1 Issue VI Wildlife Management- Bandipur & other issues: What is the state of wildlife in this country? Is the forest department concerned? What is the focus of our forest department officials? These […]

    IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol.1 Issue VI

    IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol.1 Issue VI Wildlife Management- Bandipur & other issues: What is the state of wildlife in this country? Is the forest department concerned? What is the focus of our forest department officials? These […]

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  • IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol.1 Issue V Bandhavgarh: In Danger In my previous newsletter (Vol.1 Issue V), I had written about Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve. I had never expected that I would be following it up with some […]

    IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol.1 Issue V

    IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol.1 Issue V Bandhavgarh: In Danger In my previous newsletter (Vol.1 Issue V), I had written about Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve. I had never expected that I would be following it up with some […]

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  • IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol.1 Issue IV What Ails Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve? Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve with its more than 2 tigers per sq. km area of its tourism zone is a prime attraction for photographers and tourists […]

    IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol.1 Issue IV

    IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol.1 Issue IV What Ails Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve? Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve with its more than 2 tigers per sq. km area of its tourism zone is a prime attraction for photographers and tourists […]

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  • IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol.1 Issue III

    IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol.1 Issue III Tiger Translocation: Panacea of all ills? Sariska or rather the poaching of all the tigers from Sariska was a reflection of the sad state of our wildlife management in this […]

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  • State of Wildlife Tourism: When will the wildlife tourism sector practice what it preaches – that it is non-consumptive and has minimal impact on the wildlife and wilderness? When will our wildlife tourism sector understand […]

    IndiaWilds Newsletter Vol.1 Issue II

    State of Wildlife Tourism: When will the wildlife tourism sector practice what it preaches – that it is non-consumptive and has minimal impact on the wildlife and wilderness? When will our wildlife tourism sector understand […]

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  • No Tigers in Sariska Tiger Reserve It was our first trip to Sariska Tiger Reserve. I was getting impatient. The speedometer indicated it would not be safe to drive faster, given the numerous villages and […]

    Sariska Tiger Reserve

    No Tigers in Sariska Tiger Reserve It was our first trip to Sariska Tiger Reserve. I was getting impatient. The speedometer indicated it would not be safe to drive faster, given the numerous villages and […]

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  • Birds in our Backyard It was a winter morning, and I decided to have my morning cup of tea in the sun. Suddenly I noticed a bird in the swampy land adjoining my house taking […]

    Birds in our Backyard

    Birds in our Backyard It was a winter morning, and I decided to have my morning cup of tea in the sun. Suddenly I noticed a bird in the swampy land adjoining my house taking […]

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  • Tigers in the Dark

    Tigers in the dark Its been three long years, since I had this amazing experience of wild india. It was the summer of 2005. Surjit called me to ask if I would be able […]

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