MACHLI – A tribute to the Queen mother of Tigers

MACHLI – A tribute to the Queen mother of Tigers

Machali (Hindi for “fish”; code name: T-16; c. 1996 – 18 August 2016), also known as Machli or Machhli, was a Bengal tigress who lived in Ranthambore National Park in India. She played a key role in the regeneration of the tiger population in the park in the early 2000s, and was celebrated with titles such as Queen Mother of Tigers, Tigress Queen of Ranthambore, Lady of the Lakes, and Crocodile Killer. She was considered India’s most famous tigress, and on her death was considered the world’s o

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Amidst the tea plantations,above the clouds

Amidst the tea plantations,above the clouds

Passion Corner – Photography- Dananjai RaviPhotography sure did start out as a hobby for me. Over the years anyhow I only grew overly passionate and moved on to make it a profession. All said, I only like portraying what is real and that is something I shall stick to for the years to come.’ – Dananjai Ravi“Photographer (By passion and pride).” is what Dananjai Ravi describes himself as. and he adds “Photography, indeed has been a passion for quite some time now but the decision to make it a prof

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MASAI MARA MAGIC

MASAI MARA MAGIC

INTRO‘There’s more to see than can ever be seen,  More to do than can ever be done… There’s far too much to take in here,  More to find than can ever be found…’Lion King fans may recall these moving lyrics from the Elton John song ‘Circle of Life’. And I was humming the same track, while experiencing goose bumps on my first ever Mara trip. To absorb the myriad life forms that these vast grasslands exhibit, is an experience beyond words. The mesmerizing motion of thousands, sometimes lakhs of

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Prime Minister Inaugurated 3rd Asia Ministerial Conference on Tiger Conservation

Prime Minister Inaugurated 3rd Asia Ministerial Conference on Tiger Conservation

The three-day Asia Ministerial Conference on Tiger Conservation was inaugurated by the Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi on April 12, 2016.  This is the third such conference on tiger conservation.The Environment Ministry held a meeting as a prelude to the 3rd Asia Ministerial Conference (3 AMC) on Tiger Conservation. The meeting was attended by the representatives of four Tiger Range countries (TRCs) – Bhutan, Indonesia, Malaysia and Russia, besides senior officers of the Ministry, including

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Achievers Corner – Anita and Jagat Nanjappa

Achievers Corner – Anita and Jagat Nanjappa

Known for their grit and determination,Jagat & Anita Nanjappa once completed a rally despite having a flat rear tyre with Anita having to sit on the petrol tank of the bike for a distance of 70 kilometres (43 mi) to reduce the weight on the flat tyre.Jagat and Anita Nanjappa are a well-known couple in the sport of motor racing in India. They belong to the Kodava community and are natives of Kodagu district of Karnataka. They have participated and won many motorbike and car rallies in India. Jaga

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