Are the feral humans really brought up by animals?

What explains their behaviour? By T. Rajagopalan Some time in July 1914, on a highway linking Almora and Raniket with Kathgodam in Uttar Pradesh, a gang of men working on a hill above sighted what appeared to be a strange animal moving from…

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In the land of Mowgli!

In the land of Mowgli!

 Sher Khan was missed.  By Rupali Sinha What did you say?” Pench National Park! My colleague raised an eyebrow and emphasised the first word. “But where is that?” I asked incredulously. On being told that it’s on the border of Madhya Prades…

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Lodi

Rename Lodhi Road, New Delhi as Stein Road

By Vivek Shukla  In a country where politicians, irrespective of their standing or ideology, always look for any opportunity to give new names to areas, roads, parks and building to please their political masters, it is asking for the moon …

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An Unfaithful Ride

When we are only concerned about self. By Arun Kumar Bharati An incident I witnessed. I boarded a crowded train ferrying me to the station closest to home. I smile at a young man seated on a seat reserved for ladies and he gets up, disappoi…

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From Mumbai to Sylvassa

Mumbai to Silvassa

A weekend in the woods. By Kalpana Rangan It was a long weekend in January and we decided to take off to Silvassa, 180 km. from Mumbai. We could easily reach our destination in two and a half hours. If we started soon after breakfast we cou…

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Travel diary

Travel diary 2017

Offbeat things to do in Kerala. By Tanya Malik Kerala and beauty are synonymous. God’s Own Country, Kerala, is every bit beautiful and each and every corner of the state has something that makes you nature wonder at. 2017 has just begun and…

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the way to Gangotri

On the way to Gangotri

A Himalayan paradise. By Tarang Sinha Travelling rejuvenates you. It widens your horizon. Not much of a traveller, I have realised it when I travelled to Gangotri. “I loved that place so much that I wanted to name our child after it. I knew…

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Jungle Odyssey

One weekend at Jambughoda wildlife sanctuary. By Bindu Saxena “Do not burn yourselves out. Save the other half of you and your lives for pleasure and adventure. Get out there, ramble out yonder and explore the forests.” Abbey. Erected for e…

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Dalhousie

Dalhousie

A nature’s paradise. By Suman Bajpai Serene beauty, attractive surroundings, peaceful locale, snow-capped peaks, awesome weather have given Dalhousie an edge over other popular destinations for those looking for refreshing breaks. Thi…

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Borobudur

Borobudur

A heritage centre. By D.B.N. Murthy This must have been a place for pilgrimage for thousands of people who came to worship Lord Buddha in whose honour the Borobudur temple complex was built in the 9th century A.D. By that time Buddhism had …

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