Neha Sinha

OPEN TO OPINION

Wild Ways

Neha Sinha is a wildlife conservationist, and lover of the weird, wonderful, wordy and wild.

VARIETY

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Why dust storms have left so many fallen trees in Delhi in their wake

With rising, apocalyptic air pollution, trees are a natural buffer we will literally choke without.

VARIETY

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VARIETY

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Why spring is the birding season

Spring is a time of celebration that is hard to ignore. It’s a time to get out there and look at the sky and the sea, the bough and the boulder.

VARIETY

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Why Delhi's natural spaces are under threat

The old city's heritage is not just its ancient bazaars, tombs, and monuments but also its ecology.

LIFE

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Durga Puja also signifies what we would like India to be

It isn’t a platitude to say that people of all faiths regularly visit the puja pandals.

ART & CULTURE

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Why Game of Thrones does a disservice to dragons

Dragons shouldn't just be military weapons, Games of Thrones needs to characterise its beasts better.

ART & CULTURE

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POLITICS

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GST: Does government want us to eat donkey meat and other questions

The list of exempted goods will make one feel that we consume horse steak and have deer antlers hanging up on our walls.

POLITICS

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Why the searing Delhi heat is giving me visions of apocalypse

The heat of the moment declares that we need to go on massive tree plantation and tree preservation drives in our cities.

ART & CULTURE

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Baahubali 2 doesn't do a disservice to women as the first one

The second movie is not a champion of feminism but is still several bounds ahead.