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Ecological Memory

Along with our birds and natural landscapes, our ecological consciousness is slowly disappearing.

Brown Clouds and Black Humour

Indians are choking—on the vile air in Delhi and other cities, and with laughter about the way the authorities are responding.

Of Pachyderms and Poop

While it is perceived that India has a healthy population of elephants, a coordinated and standardised estimation of elephant populations has never been attempted nationwide. The All India Synchronised Asian Elephant Population Estimation seeks to map both elephant numbers and distribution simultaneously across states.

Boxed In No Longer

Even as praise continues to be showered on our Olympics women athletes, perhaps it is time to think of how to disassociate gender with achievement and focus on personhood.

Tigers Need Heart

With an estimated 2,500 tigers roaming the different landscapes and habitats of the country, India is the most important part of the tiger conservation story.

Lab-Coat Glamour

The stereotypical image of women—including those in science—as sentimental beings with strong notions of sacrifice and duty is unquestionably heteropatriarchal.

Lines Drawn upon Water

Nature without Borders edited by Mahesh Rangarajan, M D Madhusudan and Ghazala Shahabuddin, New Delhi: Orient BlackSwan, 2014; pp 270, Rs 535, hardcover.

The Republic and Respect

As a mix of institutional formality and universal emotional succour, the Republic Day parade offers an opportunity to deconstruct the body language of India’s leaders.


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