• Wildlife & Biodiversity

    Biodiversity touches every aspect of our lives – so why has its loss been ignored? image:several species of birds in a wetland in Kaziranga,Chandan Kumar Duarah – From our environment to our…

  • Defence, Development

    China Conducts Final Trials On New Rail Line In Tibet Close To Arunachal Border By Swarajya Staff The Lhasa-Nyingchi rail line will enable the PLA to bring trainloads of troops and equipment…

  • Environment

    Why Rainwater Harvesting is Crucial to Solving India’s Water Woes India is reeling under the most severe water crisis in its history for several reasons including two consecutive monsoons that failed. According…

  • Human Rights, Indigenous People

    Chief Minister Of Myanmar State, 9,000 Others Take Refuge In Mizoram —Sources said Salai Lian Luai crossed over to India on Monday night via the border town of Champai, which is around…

  • Wildlife & Biodiversity

    Rare white deer spotted in Assam’s Kaziranga National Park GUWAHATI, June 16: Spotting of a rare white hog deer in Kaziranga National Park has created widespread interest among wildlife conservationists and nature…

  • Environment

    Modi govt’s ethanol blending plan aims to get Rs 41,000 cr investment, lower oil import bill When ethanol — which is made from molasses, grains, etc — is mixed into petrol, it…

  • Wildlife & Biodiversity

    Indonesia has announced sightings of two Javan rhino calves this year in Ujung Kulon National Park, the last place on Earth where the critically endangered species is found. The new additions bring…

  • Human Rights, Indigenous People

    May 28 order has no relation whatsoever with CAA: Ministry of Home Affairs to Supreme Court The 2019 Act, better known by its abbreviation ‘CAA’, is under challenge before the Supreme Court.…

  • Obituary

    The first Indian who first initiated to conserve Siachen glacier Col (retd) Dilip Kumar Duarah breathed his last yesterday at the 151 Base Hospital, Basistha due to cardiac arrest. He was 67…