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Work, but have Otter plans too…

I had the weekend free and decided to invite myself for a visit to a tribal hamlet inside Balaghat forest range with the Satpura-Maikal Landscape (SML) team.

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Lessons in Humility

The sun dipped below the hills, lighting up the sky with a dazzling array of colours. I was in Kodiyur, a small tribal hamlet at the foothills of the Nilgiris, after having spent the day with WWF-India’s Western Ghats team

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अगरबत्ती - बचाये जान, बढ़ाए मान

शुरुआत कुछ इस तरह हुई - हमारे प्रॉजेक्ट अफ़सर श्री परसराम बाल्मिकी ने गांव तुरूर में एक सभा बिठाई। जब सभा में मौजूदा औरतों से उनकी दिनचर्या और रोज़मर्रा के कार्यों के बारे में पुछा गया तो उन्होंने अपना हाल कुछ यूँ बयां किया।

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In the line of fire

Forest fires in India destroy about 3.73 million hectares of forest area annually. This is about 25 times the area of Delhi! If not controlled in time and effectively, these numbers and those of the people and species affected could go much higher.

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The Tip of a Riceberg

Cooking rice could be the easiest yet one of the trickiest things to do. After all, how much water does it really take to make a bowl of perfect rice?

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Hooting for more: an owl story

Shrouded in mystery, owls are possibly the most fascinating creatures in nature. Growing up with characters like Hedwig, Archimedes, Big Mama, Bubo and Professor

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Braking news for elephants

Rajaji, Uttarakhand: Working as a locomotive pilot for almost two decades, wild animals crossing through railway tracks has become a common sight for Ujjwal Kumar.

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Protecting the Protectors of India’s forests

Jitender Kumar Dhyani was all of 27 years. He was one of the most energetic forest guards in the Corbett Tiger Reserve, posted in Gaujra Beat of Adnala Range within the Kalagarh Tiger Reserve Division.

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The fence that grows by itself - to protect crops and wildlife!

What could be better than a fence that grows on its own, requires farmers to pay little money for it and protects their crops from elephants too!

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