Rajeshwari Ganesan

OPEN TO OPINION

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Assistant Editor, DailyO

ART & CULTURE

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Stifling song: You may disagree with TM Krishna's views. But you cannot stifle his singing

Love him, hate him, disagree with his secularism, troll him for his views — T M Krishna cannot be gagged or ignored

SCI-TECH

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44 Years. 60 per cent. How humanity destroyed three-fifth of all vertebrate wildlife between 1970 and 2014

Our increasing reliance on natural systems has made it clear that nature is not just a ‘nice to have’. The deadline for active conservation was yesterday.

VARIETY

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National Waterways is all set to bid a tricolour adieu to the Gangetic Dolphins

The National Aquatic Animal edges closer to extinction with the National Waterway 1 becoming the new pride of the nation

VARIETY

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The Supreme Court asks Centre to start Project Leopard. After our tiger tales, we can only hold our breath

With poachers being exonerated, man-wildlife conflict rising and the habitat degrading, are we turning deaf to the rapidly muting roars of the big cats?

LIFE

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VARIETY

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Tiger Zinda Hai - not. Let us not mourn Avni too soon. We have a lot more tigers to mourn in the near future

Tiger habitat in principle cleared near Nagpur for defence product manufactures. Where will the tigers go? Who cares?

SCI-TECH

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SCI-TECH

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Air pollution won't just choke India's lungs; it will also crush its stomach, say experts

Pollution is killing thousands of India's children even before they see their fifth birthday. But while the government inaugurates statues, it seems to be missing the poison in the air.

VARIETY

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Stop the shame, China! The lifting of the ban on using tiger and rhino parts is a call for their extinction

China legalises the use of tiger bones and rhino horns for "medicinal purposes". This is a death sentence for the animals. Apart from poaching, this will also spur terrorism and the narcotics trade.

SCI-TECH

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Society of Indian Automobiles complains about shifting to Bharat Stage VI norms. But the switch is absolutely worth it

The vehicle makers may groan about losses in the current phase. But the gains to our lungs, and their pockets, with more customers around, is huge.