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Sunday, May 10, 2009
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The inter-linked sanctuaries and reserves of the Western Ghats from Mysore to the Nilgiris and beyond, host to the largest single elephant population in Asia, is seething with trouble spots… R. KRISHNA KUMAR in Mysore and V.S. PALANIAPPAN in Coimbatore
On the prowl
Indiscriminate poaching, leading to a drastic reduction of tuskers, may be responsible for a young tusker turning a killer in the Periyar Tiger Reserve.
Battle for Rampur
In the midst of campaigning, actor and MP Jayaprada takes time off to talk about how she’s dealing with the challenges of this election season and her plans for her constituency.
Incentives that work
The 2006 Public Report on Basic Education (PROBE) reveals that though incentives like free textbooks and mid-day meal schemes are often disparaged in public debates as ‘populist’, they help at a fundamental level: they do bring children to school. A look at how they are changing primary education…
Learning from the Venezuelan experience
Developing countries, with their shared colonial legacy and derivative problems, have a lot to share with and learn from each other when it comes to education.
Tabrez Noorani, the line producer for “Slumdog Millionaire”, on his work and the differences in working in the West and in India.
A pristine ocean and a Spa just across the soft white sand is a traveller’s dream. Chill out at Mombasa’s luxurious Serena Beach Hotel and Spa.
A tradition of conservation
The arrival of Buddhism from India 2,500 years ago brought with it a reverence for all living beings — and a royal decree establishing the world’s first wildlife sanctuary. A quick guide to the popular wildlife reserves today…
In love with the word
Jaiboy Joseph, the well-known writer who passed away recently, had a capability to see both the ludicrous and the sublime sides of life…
Glam-mum’s the word
Can motherhood and glamour go together? ‘Yes,’ says the new generation of glamorous moms this Mother’s Day.
Fit despite challenges
People with disabilities need to pay as much attention to their fitness levels as do others.
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