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Interview with Karan Dilip Worah - Director of Rolgol

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Interview with Karan Dilip Worah - Director of Rolgol
(November 24, 2022) Interview conducted by Dr. Ovee Thorat Karan graduated from Srishti Manipal Institute of Arts, Design, and Technology, Bengaluru. He is currently working as an Experience Designer with Airtel in Gurgaon. "We slowly built a relationship with the warm people of Banni, with the daily customers and with those who chose to make their chai stop at Hodko.” Ovee: Karan, please tell us about Rolgol. “Rolgol is my graduation film, I made it in 2014. To this day, the time...

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Face-to-face with two big cats in Amrabad: My first ever tiger encounter

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Face-to-face with two big cats in Amrabad: My first ever tiger encounter
(November 23, 2022) Article by Bapu Reddy Running into tigers isn’t an everyday thing in Nalamalla, there are few of them, and traversing through this rugged landscape is no cakewalk. The Nallamala forests, rough with hilly terrain, spread across the states of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. I believe that luck is the only thing that can explain how my first ever sighting of a tiger was here, beating all the odds! After completing my work surveying the areas that come under Andhra Pradesh, I foun...

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Implication of CITES inclusion within India’s Wildlife Law

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Implication of CITES inclusion within India’s Wildlife Law
(November 11, 2022) Article by Faisal Patil and Shyama Kuriakose Illegal Wildlife Trade (IWT) is the 4th largest illegitimate business with an annual worth of $14 billion. Due to India’s geography and socio-demographic makeup, it acts as an integral focal point for this trade across international markets, putting our hallowed biodiversity at the risk of being extirpated. Much of this demand is driven by the pet industry and the use of wildlife parts in traditional medicines. Wildlife crimes are rele...

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