‘A leopard can’t change his spots?’ The iiom may also become extinct as the animal in it faces the danger of, in the coming decades. If we see the figures, the Maharashtra state alone has lost at least 78 leopards since 2010. Leopards are perhaps the most endangered species. The latest leopard deaths were reported from Sawli, Durgapur, Korambi Bhuj and Ashtabuja in Chandrapur district, Dhundi near Pusad in Yavatmal and two near Nashik. ...Read more Comments Off on Saving Leopards is her aim
Why it hasn’t been possible for India to solve its urban water problems? If Phnom Penh can do it, why can’t cities like Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai or Chennai take a leaf out its book? More than six decades after the Independence, India’s urban water quality is worse than ever before. Admittedly, the population has grown tremendously. Equally, agricultural and industrial activities and the levels of urbanization have increased significantly. However, even though population of the country is around 1.2 billion and industrial activities and urbanization have increased significantly during the post-Independent period, the country’s economic development has also accelerated substantially, ...Read more Comments Off on Akin to a banana republic?