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  1. IIT Researchers claim improvement in Solar cell efficiency

    IIT Researchers claim improvement in Solar cell efficiency

    By Sunderarajan Padmanabhan

    New Delhi, June 18 : Researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad have developed a new...
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    Tiger Cub

    This is from my archives.

    Tiger cub from bandhavgarh. I can't forget this shoot when the tigress had left behind her two cubs. This sighting lasted for an hour and half. Those were the initial...
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    I agree that without the tree this would have...

    I agree that without the tree this would have been awesome. However, in the wild certain things are not in our control. Awesome moment to view and click. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    I am surprised that I had missed this post. These...

    I am surprised that I had missed this post. These salt water crocodiles can grow upto huge size. They are also known to swim long distances using the ocean channels. Wish the crocodile had its head...
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    Oriental Honey buzard male with its...

    Oriental Honey buzard male with its characteristic red eye. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    Nice one. The good thing is the tiger is clearly...

    Nice one. The good thing is the tiger is clearly seen without any vegetation obstructing it. It is always tough to get the aesthetically optimum composition possible in the split second that the...
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    Nice to see the greenery in the rains. The tails...

    Nice to see the greenery in the rains. The tails are up. Deers are tensed. Good that you left space on the left in the direction the deers are looking so that people can think what is it that the...
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    Mrudul, I had not processed so you perhaps...

    Mrudul, I had not processed so you perhaps forgot. We were in the same jeep. This was was near the dam in the grasslands in the morning after about 15-20 mins of waiting when you and the guide heard...
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    Tiger: Time to chill

    This is one from my archives from Bandhavgarh.

    Tiger needs to cool down in hot summers. Due to such behaviour experts suggest that tiger came to India crossing the colder mountain passes. Despite...
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    Time for evasive action as the female despite...

    Time for evasive action as the female despite being smaller in size is still capable of big damage with her paw swipe. Nicely captured. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    Nice sighting. Unfortunately the whites have got...

    Nice sighting. Unfortunately the whites have got overexposed. Is this a crop? Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    Pleased to see this species. Its crest looks...

    Pleased to see this species. Its crest looks awesome. Were you on a trek while clicking this? Look forward to more. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    I love this wide shot. Shows the habitat. And the...

    I love this wide shot. Shows the habitat. And the colour of the coat stands out. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    What a beauty! Looks cute. The reflection in the...

    What a beauty! Looks cute. The reflection in the eye looks good. Wish they get so much protection that they can multiply in number and become more numerous and visible all the time. I would love to...
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    Congratulations on achieving your dream shot! ...

    Congratulations on achieving your dream shot!

    It is always a nice sight watching the apex predator wade through the blue waters of the ramaganga. It is important to show the habitat to get a...
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    Nice pose. The leopard has paused to look back...

    Nice pose. The leopard has paused to look back before it decides whether to hurriedly move away or move on in a slow and languid pace. It appears that the focus is slightly infront of the leopard and...
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    This one is a nice clear frontal view. Guess your...

    This one is a nice clear frontal view. Guess your vehicle shifted position after the previous shot? Some of the whites have got a bit over exposed. Congratulations once again on watching a great...
  18. This is very interesting. Tough scene to shoot....

    This is very interesting. Tough scene to shoot. The light blobs reminds me about the images that I used to see in dad's microscope during childhood days.

    How much of a crop is this? Some increase...
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    I agree with Abhishek's comment. Slightly lower...

    I agree with Abhishek's comment. Slightly lower output of the external flash may have been better. The mantis looks like dancing. :)

    Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    Nice image. The green leaves add a touch of...

    Nice image. The green leaves add a touch of colour to this image. It would have been even better if the green leaves were at a higher level than the bird, however that is wishful thinking. Feeling...
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    This is something which all wildlife...

    This is something which all wildlife photographers want to sight. Congratulations! Look forward to more.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
  22. Toxic Endosulfan can be degraded by newly discovered fungus

    A fungus that can degrade endosulfan identified
    By Dr. Aditi Jain

    New Delhi, May 30 (India Science Wire): The excessive use of chemicals used as pesticides and insecticides poses danger to the...
  23. Study throws new light on evolution of northern Indian Ocean

    Study throws new light on evolution of northern Indian Ocean

    By Sunderarajan Padmanabhan


    New Delhi, May 28
    An international team of scientists has unearthed ancient rock samples from the...
  24. Wind Turbines a treat to birdlife

    Wind turbines a threat to birdlife
    By Susheela Srinivas

    Bengaluru, May 27 (India Science Wire): Although wind is a green source of renewable energy, a new study has revealed that wind turbines...
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    It is difficult to recognise that this is an...

    It is difficult to recognise that this is an invertebrate species and not a dried up twig. I find macro photography a tough genre because the close working distances result in very narrow depth of...
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