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Vol-8 Issue-1
1. Nature Talk
2. Report Out of the green, into the dust
Tiger protection, Maoism and the Forest Rights Act: the story of Jenabil
3. Socio-Geographical Perspectives Of Education Among Girls In Eritrea
4. The Tribal Art and Literature Festival (TALF) - 2015
5. Verrier Elwin : Career and Orientation
6. Significance of Morphometric analysis of Foramen Magnum of Human Dry Crania for the Estimation of Sex
7. Dialectical Dictionaries In Odia Language As Socio-Linguistic Information Source
8. Traditions In Transition: Society Of Generation Next

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Report Out of the green, into the dust
Tiger protection, Maoism and the Forest Rights Act: the story of Jenabil
Puspanjali Satpathy
Gunjan Jain

 

    

The latest tiger census says that there are only 1411 Royal Bengal tigers left in India. One of nature’s most feared yet revered species is on the brink of extinction. And the tiger is not just an ordinary species; the tiger is the symbol of the richness and health of the forest. But the number 1411 is a stark reminder that we have somewhere failed in protecting the tiger. The number has caused a furor in the so-called ‘tiger lobby’ and the Wildlife Department is making some last moment face-saving attempts to save the big cat. One of these last attempts is to get rid of human presence in tiger habitats on the assumption that the biggest enemy of the tiger is the human greed for the beauty of the tiger’s skin and the so-called medicinal properties of its bones, nails and teeth.

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Articles in
Vol-8 Issue-1
1. Nature Talk
2. Report Out of the green, into the dust
Tiger protection, Maoism and the Forest Rights Act: the story of Jenabil
3. Socio-Geographical Perspectives Of Education Among Girls In Eritrea
4. The Tribal Art and Literature Festival (TALF) - 2015
5. Verrier Elwin : Career and Orientation
6. Significance of Morphometric analysis of Foramen Magnum of Human Dry Crania for the Estimation of Sex
7. Dialectical Dictionaries In Odia Language As Socio-Linguistic Information Source
8. Traditions In Transition: Society Of Generation Next

 

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