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Nov 01, 2018
World's last reserves of vanishing wilderness confined to five countries: StudyLike species extinction, the erosion of wilderness is essentially irreversible, the study says.
Aug 16, 2018
Ocean heatwaves to multiply five-fold at current rates of climate change: StudyCoral reefs — which support a quarter of marine species — are especially vulnerable to warming waters.
Jul 29, 2018
On Mann ki Baat, Narendra Modi urges people to use eco-friendly material for Ganesh UtsavIn his monthly 'Mann ki Baat' radio address, Modi referred to abundant rainfall in some areas and a lack of it in other regions and said rains play hide and seek through partiality laced likes and dislikes
Jun 14, 2018
Meanwhile on Instagram: Artist-photographer Kaamna Patel's travel log is a window to the worldKaamna Patel is a visual artist and photographer currently based in Mumbai. Her Instagram feed spans several countries and cultures.
Apr 13, 2018
Meanwhile on Instagram: Aishwarya Arumbakkam's photos traverse between dream and realityHaunting and seductive, Aishwarya Arumbakkam's black and white photographs are intimate testimonies of dreamlike textures, details and horizons.
Mar 26, 2018
Visitors throng Asia's largest tulip garden in Srinagar; more than 12 lakh tulips in various hues sownLocal and outsiders made a beeline to Asia's largest tulip garden in Srinagar as it was thrown open for tourists on Sunday.
Mar 21, 2018
Two tigers killed in separate incidents in Rajasthan's Sariska, Ranthambore reserves in two daysTwo male tigers were killed in separate incidents in the tiger reserves of Sariska and Ranthambore in Rajasthan over the past two days, officials said.
Mar 03, 2018
JaipurPhoto 2018: Asmita Parelkar's Giraffe Behind The Door looks at how zoos replicate natureGiraffe Behind The Door is based on photographer Asmita Parelkar's observation of wild animals in captivity. Parelkar's series, currently on display at JaipurPhoto 2018, examines how zoos create the illusion that visitors are seeing animals in their natural habitat | #FirstCulturePhotos
Feb 27, 2018
Meanwhile on Instagram: Photographer Ronny Sen trains his lens on urban crowsKolkata-based photographer Ronny Sen has a special affinity with city crows
Jan 03, 2018
Meet Mumbai's 'spiderman', a man who spends his afternoons looking for arachnids in Aarey Milk ColonyIn the course of their evolution, spiders developed various tricks in order to hide from predators, but this ecologist is determined to find them all.