Swati Thiyagarajan


'Swati Thiyagarajan' - 46 News Result(s)

  • Blog: India's Great News For The World - More Tigers

    Blog: India's Great News For The World - More Tigers

    The tiger as an umbrella species stands as the symbol of protection of our ecological future.

  • Blog: The Cruel, Unnecessary Death Of A Beautiful Whale Looks Like This

    Blog: The Cruel, Unnecessary Death Of A Beautiful Whale Looks Like This

    If you are caught harassing a whale, you can be fined up to 18 lakh rupees. However, it seems if you kill them with a fishery, it costs you nothing.

  • Blog: Viral Video Of Indian Elephants' "Funeral Procession" For Calf

    Blog: Viral Video Of Indian Elephants' "Funeral Procession" For Calf

    Perhaps what this recent video can teach us is to stop only seeing ourselves and our issues as the centre of the world and understand that everyone of us shares a space with every other non human animal on this the living planet.

  • Blog: Our Inhumane Practices For Elephants Cause Deaths Like This

    Blog: Our Inhumane Practices For Elephants Cause Deaths Like This

    If longer term solutions that fit with elephant ecology and local people needs are not worked out, this conflict is only going to get worse.

  • Blog: All You Should Know About That Big Climate Meet, COP 24

    Blog: All You Should Know About That Big Climate Meet, COP 24

    We are living on the borrowed future of coming generations and the poorest of our poor. Perhaps COP 24 could be the first step forward in changing this.

  • Blog: The Killing Of An American Missionary By Andaman Tribe

    Blog: The Killing Of An American Missionary By Andaman Tribe

    It is essential to recognise not just the right but the need to leave indigenous people alone, to not literally invade their space. Let us stick to boundaries and respect them.

  • Blog: With New Tiger Death, Odisha Proves It Has Learnt Nothing

    Blog: With New Tiger Death, Odisha Proves It Has Learnt Nothing

    Three days ago, the Odisha Forest department announced that the three-year-old tiger brought all the way to the Satkosia Tiger Reserve from the Kanha national park in Madhya Pradesh, a distance of 600 kms, had died three months after completing the journey. The tiger designated as T1 was publicly known as Mahaveer.

  • Blog: Tigress Avni Shot Dead, Many Unanswered Questions

    Blog: Tigress Avni Shot Dead, Many Unanswered Questions

    The death of a tigress in her prime is always a tragedy, no matter the circumstances that surround it. T1, popularly known as Avni, was shot dead at 11.35 pm on Friday night. In the bigger picture, as I wrote earlier ((hyperlink to earlier piece)), T1 shot or captured alive was dead to conservation goals the day she was marked for removal from the ...

  • As Hunt For Avni The Tigress Grows, Her Future Is Already Over

    As Hunt For Avni The Tigress Grows, Her Future Is Already Over

    Officially, she is T1, a deadly tigress weighing about 300 pounds believed responsible for 13 deaths over the last 2 years as she prowls through the forests of Yavatmal in Maharashtra. But to people who want to save her, she is Avni, meaning The Earth.

  • Vaccine Drive To Save Gir's Lions Raises Questions

    Vaccine Drive To Save Gir's Lions Raises Questions

    Gujarat forest officials have begun vaccinating lions in the Gir sanctuary after the sudden death of around 23 lions in the past three weeks because of the deadly Canine Distemper Virus or CDV.

  • Blog: The Shocking, Tragic Deaths Of 13 Gir Lions

    Blog: The Shocking, Tragic Deaths Of 13 Gir Lions

    Lion fights are messy and injuries to their bodies would be immediately obvious. So it begs the question of why there are no definitive answers for the deaths when infighting is the main explanation given by the forest department. The department has admitted to the presence of an infection in the liver and lungs of some of the lions in their press ...

  • Blog: What The Thai Boys' Rescue Says About All Of Us

    Blog: What The Thai Boys' Rescue Says About All Of Us

    And what we have found, if we can just hold onto it, is that part of us that works with community, the part that puts someone else ahead of ourselves, the part that gives while asking nothing in return. It can change the world in the doing.

  • Blog: Why Delhi Will Have No Water At All In 2020

    Blog: Why Delhi Will Have No Water At All In 2020

    This is not the moment to not know what we have lost till it's gone. This is the moment to do something.

  • Blog: When A Whale Dies From Eating Plastic Bags

    Blog: When A Whale Dies From Eating Plastic Bags

    When we go on our wonderful, relaxing beach holidays,enjoying the sheer wonder of being near the ocean, do we imagine the reality of everything that is happening below her surface?

  • Blog: Salman Khan's Conviction Is A Victory To Be Proud Of

    Blog: Salman Khan's Conviction Is A Victory To Be Proud Of

    For a lot of us who have been involved in some capacity in the wildlife and conservation scenario in India, Salman Khan's conviction came as a victory. Why? Because poaching is a heinous crime and whoever commits the offence should be tried and charged under the full extent of the law. Over the years, a lack of concern over poaching, low rates of c...

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'Swati Thiyagarajan' - 46 News Result(s)

  • Blog: India's Great News For The World - More Tigers

    Blog: India's Great News For The World - More Tigers

    The tiger as an umbrella species stands as the symbol of protection of our ecological future.

  • Blog: The Cruel, Unnecessary Death Of A Beautiful Whale Looks Like This

    Blog: The Cruel, Unnecessary Death Of A Beautiful Whale Looks Like This

    If you are caught harassing a whale, you can be fined up to 18 lakh rupees. However, it seems if you kill them with a fishery, it costs you nothing.

  • Blog: Viral Video Of Indian Elephants' "Funeral Procession" For Calf

    Blog: Viral Video Of Indian Elephants' "Funeral Procession" For Calf

    Perhaps what this recent video can teach us is to stop only seeing ourselves and our issues as the centre of the world and understand that everyone of us shares a space with every other non human animal on this the living planet.

  • Blog: Our Inhumane Practices For Elephants Cause Deaths Like This

    Blog: Our Inhumane Practices For Elephants Cause Deaths Like This

    If longer term solutions that fit with elephant ecology and local people needs are not worked out, this conflict is only going to get worse.

  • Blog: All You Should Know About That Big Climate Meet, COP 24

    Blog: All You Should Know About That Big Climate Meet, COP 24

    We are living on the borrowed future of coming generations and the poorest of our poor. Perhaps COP 24 could be the first step forward in changing this.

  • Blog: The Killing Of An American Missionary By Andaman Tribe

    Blog: The Killing Of An American Missionary By Andaman Tribe

    It is essential to recognise not just the right but the need to leave indigenous people alone, to not literally invade their space. Let us stick to boundaries and respect them.

  • Blog: With New Tiger Death, Odisha Proves It Has Learnt Nothing

    Blog: With New Tiger Death, Odisha Proves It Has Learnt Nothing

    Three days ago, the Odisha Forest department announced that the three-year-old tiger brought all the way to the Satkosia Tiger Reserve from the Kanha national park in Madhya Pradesh, a distance of 600 kms, had died three months after completing the journey. The tiger designated as T1 was publicly known as Mahaveer.

  • Blog: Tigress Avni Shot Dead, Many Unanswered Questions

    Blog: Tigress Avni Shot Dead, Many Unanswered Questions

    The death of a tigress in her prime is always a tragedy, no matter the circumstances that surround it. T1, popularly known as Avni, was shot dead at 11.35 pm on Friday night. In the bigger picture, as I wrote earlier ((hyperlink to earlier piece)), T1 shot or captured alive was dead to conservation goals the day she was marked for removal from the ...

  • As Hunt For Avni The Tigress Grows, Her Future Is Already Over

    As Hunt For Avni The Tigress Grows, Her Future Is Already Over

    Officially, she is T1, a deadly tigress weighing about 300 pounds believed responsible for 13 deaths over the last 2 years as she prowls through the forests of Yavatmal in Maharashtra. But to people who want to save her, she is Avni, meaning The Earth.

  • Vaccine Drive To Save Gir's Lions Raises Questions

    Vaccine Drive To Save Gir's Lions Raises Questions

    Gujarat forest officials have begun vaccinating lions in the Gir sanctuary after the sudden death of around 23 lions in the past three weeks because of the deadly Canine Distemper Virus or CDV.

  • Blog: The Shocking, Tragic Deaths Of 13 Gir Lions

    Blog: The Shocking, Tragic Deaths Of 13 Gir Lions

    Lion fights are messy and injuries to their bodies would be immediately obvious. So it begs the question of why there are no definitive answers for the deaths when infighting is the main explanation given by the forest department. The department has admitted to the presence of an infection in the liver and lungs of some of the lions in their press ...

  • Blog: What The Thai Boys' Rescue Says About All Of Us

    Blog: What The Thai Boys' Rescue Says About All Of Us

    And what we have found, if we can just hold onto it, is that part of us that works with community, the part that puts someone else ahead of ourselves, the part that gives while asking nothing in return. It can change the world in the doing.

  • Blog: Why Delhi Will Have No Water At All In 2020

    Blog: Why Delhi Will Have No Water At All In 2020

    This is not the moment to not know what we have lost till it's gone. This is the moment to do something.

  • Blog: When A Whale Dies From Eating Plastic Bags

    Blog: When A Whale Dies From Eating Plastic Bags

    When we go on our wonderful, relaxing beach holidays,enjoying the sheer wonder of being near the ocean, do we imagine the reality of everything that is happening below her surface?

  • Blog: Salman Khan's Conviction Is A Victory To Be Proud Of

    Blog: Salman Khan's Conviction Is A Victory To Be Proud Of

    For a lot of us who have been involved in some capacity in the wildlife and conservation scenario in India, Salman Khan's conviction came as a victory. Why? Because poaching is a heinous crime and whoever commits the offence should be tried and charged under the full extent of the law. Over the years, a lack of concern over poaching, low rates of c...

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