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Bengaluru | Dec 9, 2020
The role of women in State-led development: A story of paradoxes

An anthropologist zooms into the relationship of women and the State in welfare projects in erstwhile Maoism affected areas.

General, Science, Society, Policy, Deep-dive
Bengaluru | Dec 12, 2017

The conversion of lush green forests into plantation for the profit of the East India Company still have lasting effects on the Indian wildlife today. Researchers from the Centre for Wildlife Studies, Bangalore, study the conflict between leopards and humans due to this altered landscape. They find that from tea plantations to protected areas, leopard inflict non fatal attacks on humans, which are most likely the big cats attempt to defend itself.

General, Science, Ecology, Policy
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