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Understanding dissent 28.5.2018 Hindu: Policy & Issues
Through six case studies, Dr. Subhash Sharma highlights the issues involved in ecological movements and how they affect the communities
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Kerala, where no party has adopted the Adivasis 10.3.2018 Hindu: National

The mob killing of a 27-year-old mentally challenged youth in a tribal settlement at Attappady has put the spotlight on the treatment of Adivasis, who account for 1.15% of the population in “progre

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When Lauri Baker’s efforts bore fruit 1.3.2018 Hindu: Cities
Birmingham-born architect’s crusade helped save many a tree in the city
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Walk on the wild side 24.2.2018 Deccan Herald - Supplements
As the convoy of elephants trundled their way through the dew-laden grasslands in Kaziranga National Park, I came across a pair of one-horned rhinos gently grazing in the elephant grass. This was my first rendezvous with rhinos, in their natural habitat. Built like a battle tank on stubby legs, the rhino is the star attraction of the park. From my lofty vantage point on elephant back, besides the endangered one-horned rhinos, I spotted wild water buffaloes, hog deer, and also hundreds of swamp deer trot past wild boars before they retreated into the high vegetation. This wildlife Eden also shelters hoolock gibbons, tigers, leopards, capped langurs, sloth bears, jackals, and pythons. It is also the most beautiful national park in the subcontinent, with superb ponds, lakes and rivers where otters frolic and herds of elephants splash around. Lower down, in West Bengal, as the boat cruised through the muddy estuaries and mangrove forests in the Sundarbans National Park, my eyes kept peeled for the tigers ...
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Meesapulimala peak of the Western Ghats, Kerala: blooming treat 14.12.2017 Hindu: Travel
Despite being steep, the trek up to Meesapulimala peak through rhododendron-covered valleys is worth every gasp and groan
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A heart and head for conservation 29.8.2017 FrontLine: Home
On Indira Gandhi’s unique ecological inheritance and her invaluable contributions as a political leader committed to both development and the environment. By S. Gopikrishna Warrier
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Indira, green networks helped save Silent Valley: MP 14.6.2017 Hindu: National
Ex-PM saw ‘valid ecological reasons’ to preserve it
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Silent Valley to offer new monsoon treat 27.5.2017 Hindu: National
Two more ecotourism packages, River Hut and Keerippara, to begin next week
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Indira Gandhi as PM saved unique rainforests in Kerala: Book 16.4.2017 TOI: India
Indira Gandhi as Prime Minister saved one of world's unique rain forests by overruling her own party's stand to set up a mega hydel power project in Kerala's Silent Valley, says a new book.
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‘Political decisions vital for eco-conservation’ 22.1.2017 Hindu: Cities
Lecture highlights Indira Gandhi’s role in Silent Valley movement
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Kolkata celebrates botany legend Janaki Ammal with exhibition 17.10.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Kolkata celebrates botany legend Janaki Ammal with exhibition
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Kolkata celebrates botany legend Janaki Ammal 17.10.2016 Hindu: News
The scientist is credited with putting sweetness in our sugarcane varieties, speaking against the hydro-electric project in Kerala’s Silent Valley and with the phenomenal study of chromosomes of thousands of species of flowering plants.
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By the river 10.9.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
By the river
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Mineral water bottling plant at Silent Valley shut down 19.8.2016 Hindu: Kerala
Plant, in the buffer zone of the national park, flouted norms
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Protectors of Nature 23.6.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Protectors of Nature
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Seeing the forests and the trees 3.6.2016 Hindu: Coimbatore
On the even of World Environment Day, here’s looking back at three crucial tree conservation movements in independent India
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Legal opinion on water plant by April 19 10.4.2016 Hindu: News
Greens say plant causes huge depletion of groundwater at Silent Valley
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When it's about the Journey, not the Destination! 14.3.2016 newindianexpress.com
For some, a good trip is not about the destination, its about the journey itself. A drive or a trek is for those who savour every bit of the lives that surround them. Its about chance encounters with things that might not have crossed once mind till then. Here are some of the best trekking routes
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A requiem to the Kunthipuzha 14.12.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
A requiem to the Kunthipuzha
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A requiem to the Kunthipuzha 14.12.2015 Hindu: News
: It was five years ago, the Kerala State Human Rights Commission directed the Palakkad district administration to initiate strict action against those who use pump sets with 10 to 15 horse power t...
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