Delhi University researchers discover four new burrowing frogs in the Western Ghats.
After the failure of both the southwest and northeast monsoons, the cardamom farmers of Idukki in Kerala are staring at massive losses. By K Rajendran*, Idukki, Kerala The scenario looks bleak for M...
Collective action through a Pani Panchayat (water council) has enabled a remote village in Pune district of Maharashtra to provide for adequate irrigation in this drought-prone rain shadow area. By...
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The train chugged through the countryside of Uttar Karnataka. The monsoons had kicked in and the ponds, lakes and reservoirs had started to fill. Life had sprung in every nook and corner and the earth was garbed in green. The terraced paddy fields swayed as the North West monsoon winds blew across the land. I was headed to Dandeli in the Western Ghats, home to the Dandeli-Anshi Wildlife Reserve and a natural habitat for black panthers, tigers, leopards, deer, sloth bears, bison and a multitude of birds.