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  • 02-Sep-2019 | Mahesh Rangarajan

    Call of the wild

    More than anything, TR Shankar Raman ties ecological loss to the everyday

  • 23-Aug-2019 | Mahesh Rangarajan

    Nature, conversation, economy: A book chronicles India's balancing act

    A rare set of essays examines how conservation systems crafted in an era of state dominance can work better in a time of private enterprise, civic action and science

  • 09-Jul-2019 | Mahesh Rangarajan

    Why Nehru matters

    Book review of Who is Bharat Mata? On History, Culture and the Idea of India: Writings by and On Jawaharlal Nehru

  • 17-May-2019 | Mahesh Rangarajan

    Animal Intimacies offers sparkling exploration of animal-human relationship

    For the lucidity of the prose and the animal/human characters alone, this book is a reader's delight

  • 23-Oct-2018 | Mahesh Rangarajan

    Big cats between state & science

    Panna is a dry forest, which at the time wildlife biologist Raghu Chundawat did his most intensive research, 1996 to 2004, saw a substantial recovery of the prey and predator populations

  • 24-Jun-2017 | Mahesh Rangarajan

    A prince who walked on the wild side

    This book is about the passion as about the man himself

  • 05-Nov-2016 | Mahesh Rangarajan

    The wood wide web of trees

    A German forester makes an eloquent case for reconsidering man's relationship with forests as living, communicating entities, beyond the narrow economic view of plantations for harvest