Prerna Bindra

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English   |   Bangla

Though a city-dweller, Prerna Singh Bindra is at home in the forests she is committed to protect. Her book, The Vanishing: India’s Wildlife Crisis, was released in June 2017.

VARIETY

 |   8-minute read

Why catch and hunt snakes for PM Modi's World Yoga Day fest?

One culture can't be greater than others, while nature remains a stepchild.

POLITICS

 |   8-minute read

Don’t stop at #WorldEnvironmentDay. 10 simple rules to live by to save Earth

When was the last time clean environment became an election issue? Make it one.

VARIETY

 |   9-minute read

How the Lalgarh tiger died a thousand deaths

The state had failed the hunted and stood by its hunters.

POLITICS

 |   7-minute read

How a photo exhibition is seeking to save our fragile Himalayan waters

Water catchments are being deforested, and the Himalayas are at the forefront of climate change with rapidly shrinking glaciers.

LIFE

 |   9-minute read

How I've learnt to live with endometriosis, a disease which needs a cure and empathy

Endo is one of the main causes of infertility, and it can take all the joy out of sex.

VARIETY

 |   4-minute read

VARIETY

 |   18-minute read

VOICES

 |   6-minute read

ART & CULTURE

 |   14-minute read

How environment was pushed to the brink of disaster in India

[Book extract] There is something even more troubling than the high rate of clearance, of decimation of protected wildlife habitats.

ART & CULTURE

 |   6-minute read

Why my best friend Doginder can't get enough of Mishti: The Mirzapuri Labrador

Alas! She is in a book that weaves a beautiful relationship about a dog and her people.