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Ushuaia

Posted by: Swati Hingorani on

Just reached Ushuaia this morning. The city is more beautiful that I can describe. Snow-capped mountains in the distance, lush forests as far as the eye can see and quaint houses dotting the skyline. I've seen at least 3 huskies - my favourite breed of dog - frolicking in the many gardens we passed on our drive to the hotel.


En route to Antarctica!

Posted by: Bhaskar P on

I've been counting down to March 3, 2011 for a while now. A lifelong belief that discussing trips jinxes them prevented me from standing on the rooftop and announcing to the world that I was going to Antarctica but now that I am three-quarters of the way there, I think I can allow myself to be excited! I'm writing this from a



Ah the communal joys of citizen action, organized to block the transport of highly radioactive materials through sleepy German towns...

Sorry, I don't seem to know how to insert links into my blog posts as yet (technically challenged!), but please do copy and paste this link into your own browser, and check out these remarkable


Activist warns of commercial exploitation, increasing man-animal conflicts

The state government has decided to limit the Gir Sanctuary area, deleting 11 villages on its periphery and converting them to revenue land. This comes in the wake of a previous effort to create an extended Gir by increasing the boundaries to accommodate


SAVING INDIA’S PRIDE

Posted by: Hitesh Kamaliya on

While the Nawab of Junagadh was among the first to bring in regulations to protect lions in the 19th century, the idea first came from Ashoka the Great in 257 B.C. Today, the lions' only home in the wild in Asia is around the Girnar mountain, which is also the site of early Ashoka edicts. From Mahavir to Buddha and from Ashoka


Non-violence in Lion Kingdom

Posted by: Hitesh Kamaliya on

Inscriptions At The Rock Edict In Girnar Give An Insight Into The Mind Of Ashoka

Frown on animal slaughter
Beloved-of-the-Gods, King Piyadasi, has caused this Dhamma edict to be written. Here (in my domain) no living beings are to be slaughtered or offered in sacrifice. Nor should festivals be held, for Beloved-of-the-Gods, King


The Climate Issue

Posted by: Kavya on

 

What is Climate Change? Climate Change is the change in climatic conditions due to external influences one of them of course being Global Warming. Our planet has gone through various stages of change over billions of years, but the changes seen in the last 40 years have been far more drastic and impacting than the last 200


Bandhavgarh - RED FLAG.

Posted by: Shivir chordia on

 

A new season in a Tiger reserve  is always something one looks forward to, there is always news ....news about young cubs, news about the old tigers - how and what they are doing...news about tiger counts - who is showing off ? who is not ?.., news about birds - new winter migrants, etc.. etc ...then there is always news


Hi Folks!
I was travelling on work to inspect one of my Battalions located in Jungalberri some 12 km from Sujanpur in Hamirpur district in Himachal Pradesh.

This short journey was most rewarding in the last few days as we saw a dozen Ruddy Shelducks in the Beas river at Sujanpur. Their sighting has never been reported from


Hi Folks!
I was travelling on work to inspect one of my Battalions located in Jungalberri some 12 km from Sujanpur in Hamirpur district in Himachal Pradesh.
 
This short journey was most rewarding in the last few days as we saw a dozen Ruddy Shelducks in the Beas river at Sujanpur. Theirsighting has never been reported from