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Nine Deaths In Six Months: Human-Tiger Conflict Continues To Kill In The Sundarbans

Nine Deaths In Six Months: Human-Tiger Conflict Continues To Kill In The Sundarbans

Over three dozen tiger-related deaths have been recorded in the Sundarbans in West Bengal since April 2020. In almost all cases, attacks occurred while fishing on riverbanks adjacent to reserve forests.

15 June 2022
WB Forest Department Aims To Release 2nd Batch Of Endangered Turtles With GPS Tags 

WB Forest Department Aims To Release 2nd Batch Of Endangered Turtles With GPS Tags 

This exercise will provide basic ecological data on the conservation requirements for the forest department, officials said

21 January 2022

Sundarbans Struggles Under Waves Of Cyclones, Storm Surges

Devastating storm surges, increasing salinity, slow death of fishing and distressed inhabitants desperately bent on migration—the Sundarbans are in the last,...

Oldest Stripes

Oldest Stripes

Amitav Ghosh versifies the oldest tale of the Sundarbans in a magnificently illustrated volume

19 March 2021

In Sundarbans, Rajib Naskar Risks His Life To Prevent Man-Tiger Conflicts

Driven by unfathomable poverty and need, the villagers living near the Sundarbans often illegally venture into the forests to fish and catch crabs, becoming...

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24 March 2018
The Subcontinental Menu

The Subcontinental Menu

Anti-biotics abuse in poultry farms push players to order eggs from Japan; Haryana's cloning success story. Read all the juicy gossip here...


06 January 2018
Graveyard Of A Land

Graveyard Of A Land

An insatiable sea licks away the Sunderbans, leaving lakhs of lives at water’s edge


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