Vol-1| Issue-3 | July-2016

Photography

Photography

”Photography is a tempting hobby, once the passion craves in we go all out for it.”
It all started with a few common friends doing regular visits of the forests and parks in South India, the Bandipur National Park being the most visited park, a few trips with these amateur photographers and the passion kicks in.Foremost is to enjoy what we do. Just seeing the animals and their behaviour , the forests, trees , birds , water bodies in a pristine level is exciting enough, I spent almost 6 months en

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FUELING RIGHT FOR AN ENDURANCE SPORT

FUELING RIGHT FOR AN ENDURANCE SPORT

Endurance sport is a cardiovascular exercise that is performed for an extended period of time (Rogers & Roberts 1997) which involves complex integration of multiple physiological functions. In an endurance sport/activity, the food that you provide to fuel your body directly determines your performance.This is true for any sport but especially significant in an endurance activity considering longer training duration and developing an energy system to meet the demand of the sport to sustain repeat

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Himalayan Healing

Himalayan Healing

IntroA magical walk through mystic lands – lush green meadows, dotted with hundreds of sheep; gurgling brooks frozen midway, only to resurface few metres away, the melodious sound of which you’ll fondly recall; majestic mighty mountains with snow-capped peaks, towering pine and deodar forests dwarfing everything and everyone around; free flowing winds filling you up with pure oxygen that’s never experienced in choked cities; not to forget the beautiful rainbow shimmering over the horizon as the

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The Trumpets of Corbett National Park

The Trumpets of Corbett National Park

Nestled in the foothills of Himalayas, Jim Corbett National Park is one of the oldest national parks of India. It is situated in the Nainital district of Uttarakhand and is known for its diverse flora and fauna. The flora encompasses a wide spectrum of grasslands and trees. The fauna consists of well preserved tigers, due to which it is called a tigers paradise.However, Corbett is not only about Tigers! It is also home to a huge population of elephants, reptiles, leopards, boars, deer, etc. and

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Take a ride

Take a ride

Good luck is a residue of preparation. Preparing for a motorcycle trip is, by far, an activity that is best described as “to each his own”. In my experience, motorcycle travellers prepare based on past learnings. If you faced heavy rains out of nowhere in your last trip, you are pretty much going to make sure you carry rain gear on your next. So plan well but don’t plan all. It sure helps to travel light. Here is a list of things to look out for, based on my experience and observations. I am su

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Achievers Corner – Vol 1 – Issue 3

Achievers Corner – Vol 1 – Issue 3

A young woman … Attacked by thugs.. Thrown off a running train… Amputated left leg… Bones of right leg held together by a rod… and a near impossible dream of climbing the highest mountain in the world…In a small district 200 kilometres outside of Lucknow called Ambedkarnagar. Arunima “Sonu” Sinha was born in 1988, Her father an engineer in the army and her mother a supervisor with the health department. Naturally athletic as a child, she loved cycling and playing football & was a national level

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News

  • State can woo more visitors with butterfly tourism: Experts

    Dehradun: With over 500 species of butterflies found across Uttarakhand, experts said that “butterfly tourism” can give fillip to the state’s branding as a tourist destination. It is also the second state in the country, after Maharashtra, to have the ‘Common Peacock’ as a state butterfly.

  • Jawahar Institute of Mountaineering holds Executive Committee meet after 10 yrs,CM, DM chair

    Pahalgam, November 12, (Scoop News)-Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti has stressed the need for popularising adventure sports and mountaineering among the School children so that they can understand and explore the State in a better way.

  • Gold rush at climbing meet

    Jamshedpur: Climbers from Tata Steel Adventure Foundation (TSAF) bagged 28 medals – 10 gold, nine silver and nine bronze – on […]

  • Navy marathon a runaway hit

    A mix of more than 12,000 professional and amateur runners headed to Beach Road on Sunday much before the dawn to show their dedication towards fitness and join hands for the fourth edition of the Vizag Navy Marathon – 2017.

  • All set for hot balloon festival

    The three-day event will be a grand spectacle, says Ganta Over 6,200 persons have registered for the Araku Balloon Festival […]


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