Category: Vol 3 | Issue 3 | 2018

Water Sport Tours – Karnataka

Bangalore is one of the most progressive and cosmopolitan cities in India. The salubrious weather and many exquisite cafés, restaurants and pubs make it a perfect place to unwind. The city has earned its name as ‘the gardencity’ because of its many peaceful lush green gardens. A  concoction of modernity and conventionality.The silicon valley of India has retained its colonial charm with beautiful parks and the striking Victorian era architecture. The undulating terrain,lakes, and rivers around

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The Rarámuri Tribe – running people / foot-runner / swift of foot.

The Rarámuri or Tarahumara are a group of Indigenous people ofthe Americas living in the state of Chihuahua in Mexico. They are renowned fortheir long-distance running  ability.Nestled in northern Mexico and the canyons of the Sierra Madre Occidentalis a small tribe of indigenous people known as the Tarahumara. They callthemselves Rarámuri, loosely translated as “running people,” “foot-runner,”“swift of foot,” or “he who walks well.”Originally inhabitants of much of Chihuahua, the Rarámuriretrea

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TCS World 10K – Bengaluru

The 11th edition of the TCS World 10K, a Gold Label race onSunday the 27th of May and was sponsored by the Tata Consultancy Services to mark the 50 years of TCS and the150th anniversary of the Tata Group.  TheIndian Elite line-up boasts of a complementary mix of recent champions andcourse record holders, while registrations for all other categories was peggedat 24,088 runners.The ‘Mirchi Get Active’ Expo was held on the 24th, 25th &26th at Elaan Convention Centre and powered by Godrej Prope

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One-third of the world’s nature reserves threatened by humans

In the 146 years since Yellowstone National Park in thenorth-western United States became the world’s first protected area, nationsaround the world have created more than 200,000 terrestrial nature reserves.Together they cover more than 20 million km², or almost 15% of the planet’sland surface – an area bigger than South America.Governments establish protected areas so that plants and animalscan live without human  pressures thatmight otherwise drive them towards extinction. These are special p

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My Path To Find Chi…

I stared across the length of the Zambezi River wearing a redhelmet and a life jacket wrapped around my upper body. The nonchalant winds ofan October morning brushed my face and the sun shone bright above my head. Ilooked across to my left and right and saw my fellow passengers who were goingto take this thrilling journey down the Zambezi river in a raft. The river wasroaring and we could see the high waves lashing against the stony shores. Mywife who supported me throughout stood next to me hol

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