Profile of Rituparna Kakoty
With an estimated 2,967 tigers as per 2018 census, India has 75 per cent of the global tiger population, and doubled its count four years before its 2022 target.
The fourth cycle of the All India Tiger Estimation 2018 set Guinness world record for being the world’s largest camera-trap wildlife survey
How COVID-19 kills? Frankly, we know little. The cunning, stubborn virus acts like no pathogen modern science has ever seen. Here’s a snapshot of what we know so far, based on publicly available data and studies/reports, some published at warp speed and not yet peer reviewed at the time of publication.
Unassailable emptiness separates Gourisankar Bora from his wife and their newborn child. “No amount of video calls can fill that void,” says the first-time father, a senior analyst with an insurance solutions company in Bangalore.
This racy graphic tale of Partition scoops out reality and allegorises the state of the nation
Ghats, galis, gaalis, gyan, pealing temple bells, muezzin’s call to prayer, karma, dharma, a lifetime of riddhis, a home for the dying, mukti, moksha...In Outlook this week, a diary from Kashi.
In other Indian states, the primacy of linguistic majority is inviolable. Assam, battered by the human weight of Partition and repeated waves thereafter, has sought it in vain.
Rofikul Islam is a professional wildlife guard and much in demand for his amazing knowledge of birds and animals. Delhi's Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia is among his top clients
Two women, two generations. They sing of Nagaland—immutable and in constant flux.
Here’s the Future Sid, chewing for us all that’s now brewing in the 2019 petridish
Birding guides, those sharp-eyed experts, can actually show you birds you might pray to see