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At home with Nature
You can make a difference
What would you do to change the lives of children in Orissa's villages, which face Nature's fury every year; where children wish to study but have only a hut for a classroom?
Holiday in the hills
History and natural beauty mingle to attract visitors to Shimla.
An uncertain future
The Sarus Cranes (Grus antigone) are birds of wetlands, mostly moving in pairs. They flag the presence of a rich ecosystem. At the Soor Sarovar Bird Sanctuary, Keetham, near Agra during winter, at one spot, 56 Sarus Cranes were counted. ...
Nicknamed the idle or whistling schoolboy, the Malabar Whistling Thrush has its headquarters in some gorge in the Peninsular Indian hills. There is something very dapper and neat about the bird as it hops and flies from boulder to ledge; its ...
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