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s Bangladesh policy must be liberated from those who imagine the country as attitudinally frozen in time, She was asked to welcome me with garland, 2012 3:25 am Related News Civil army I admire your courage in sticking to your well-researched report about the unusual movement of the two key army units towards New Delhi on the night of January 16-17 and of being critical of the quick denials from the defence minister and the prime minister (?” Chennaiyin FC technical director of youth development Sabir Pasha said “They are all teenagers but at Chennaiyin FC age has never been a hindrance.it is just a fact-finding team. For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Ranjit Lal | New Delhi | Published: November 15 2015 12:00 am It was just one man with no massive funding or grandiose project proposals but just a bucket of seeds and determination in his heart to give meaning to his life Related News Most environmental stories are so laden with doom and gloom that they tend to put you off the subject (and your breakfast) entirely — you don’t need such doomsday fare first thing on a Sunday (or worse) Monday morning Global warming forest fires running rampant rivers being converted into sewers (and being worshipped) deforestation at a horrendous pace oceans being filled with plastic rainforests being pillaged animals massacred — the list goes on “Feel good” stories in jungleland are few and far between but are far more important: they’ve shown that things can work and if we extrapolate or follow the examples they provide we can perhaps even draw back from teetering over the tipping point Take the example of Jadav “Molai” Payeng who lives near Jorhat in Assam better known as the “Man Who Planted a Forest” (larger than New York’s Central Park) As a 16- year-old he was devastated by the mass deaths of snakes on a hot barren sandbar forming Majuli island in the Brahmaputra the largest such river island in the world (How many hip young 16-year-old kids would spare a thought for a single dead snake Can you imagine doing such a thing when you were of that age) He worked for a forestry project involving tree plantation nearby and started off by planting bamboo seedlings on the sandbar The project was completed in five years but Payeng stayed on single-handedly planting other trees and nurturing them living in a hut with his wife and three children subsisting on the income generated by selling the milk of his cows and buffaloes The area (which ultimately ended up being 1360 acres or 550 ha) was soon too large for him to personally water ever day so he devised a simple if ingenious drip irrigation system with suspended mud pots that only needed filling once a week Over 1000 species of plants and trees were raised and Payeng even transferred red ants from his village to the site so that they could manage the soil As the forest grew the animals looked at it and liked what they saw So now it is home to tigers rhinos elephants deer and myriad species of birds including rare vultures The authorities of course only opened their eyes in 2008 and that too only after villagers complained that a gang of elephants had raided their village and run away to hide in this forest (which they wanted to cut down) It’s taken Jadav 30 years to achieve what he has but heck I’ve lived in Delhi for over 30 yeas and my garden is still well just a garden with neither tigers nor elephants visiting it (Monkeys do but that’s another story) His forest was certainly not cut down and he was honoured by the Jawaharlal Nehru University and finally this year given the Padma Shri Several documentaries have been made about his achievement and the forest that should be mandatory viewing in schools and colleges and corporate offices throughout the country Hopefully the area will be declared a “conservation reserve” and get some sort of legal protection So it was just one man with no massive funding or grandiose project proposals but just a bucket of seeds and determination in his heart to give meaning to his life The case of Pamela and Anil Malhotra was different — and an example that many from the more well-off section of the society need to pay attention to Twenty-three years ago this NRI couple bought up 55 acres of apparently useless land in Kodagu in Karnataka which farmers had abandoned because of — unusually — excessive rainfall This slowly expanded to 360 acres Some native trees were already established in the area and many more species were introduced Three simple rules governed the “management” of the place: no human interference no chopping of trees and no poaching A dense tropical rainforest was the result inhabited once again by tigers elephants sambars and over 300 species of birds This is probably the first private wildlife sanctuary in the country and hopefully will not be the only one Yet another example which I have seen myself (and written about) is Delhi’s own Yamuna Biodiversity Park ostensibly different in the sense that here institutions were involved (Delhi University’s Centre for the Environmental Management of Degraded Ecosystems and the DDA) rather than individuals But scratch the surface and the individuals appear — here the team of enthusiastic scientists who worked to convert what could only have been a tank- testing waste land into a rustling bird-filled wonderland It must give these people a great deal of satisfaction when they see (or think about) the “before” and “after” scenarios of what they’ve achieved though usually they are not the type who will sit back and preen They will all have further ambitions and be working towards fulfilling them But look at what the work’s got them — no not money — rather a lot of sweaty toil dealing with plenty of unpleasant people (whose natural habitat would be a snake pit) sometimes angry animals but also a hugely meaningful life (with no dithering about “what should I do with my life”) And at the end of it all a great rustling green jungleland all of their own making So yes we have the brains all right to convert even the most saline devastated hopeless bombed-out wasteland into something akin to a natural wonderland Now we need to realise that this is something we have to do because very soon we will have no choice — and that outcome will not be good Ranjit Lal is an author environmentalist and birdwatcher For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pallavi Pundir | Published: October 6 2016 12:00 am Festival founder Sumant Batra Top News What better place to be a literary recluse than a scenic and quiet retreat in the hills The Kumaon Literary Festival which saw its first edition last year in Dhanachauli in the lap of Kumaon is an ode to the importance of the “necessary environment” as late poet Robert Creeley put it to secure an artist “in the way that lets him be in the world in a most fruitful manner” Furthering that agenda the five-day festival is back with its second edition this month to be held October 11 onwards This time the festival will be held at the Jim Corbett National Park and Dhanachauli “The focus remains on the quality rather than the quantity” says Sumant Batra festival founder about the line-up which has grown from 108 speakers last year to 135 this year Speakers include Magsaysay Award winner TM Krishna who will deliver the keynote address among authors such as Amish Tripathi Jerry Pinto Hindol Sengupta and Rakshandha Jalil Those from the publishing world such as Chiki Sarkar of Juggernaut Anant Padmanabhan of HarperCollins and Aditi of Vani Prakashan are also a part of the line-up From the region which the festival attempts to put on the literary map of the country one will see authors from Uttarakhand such as Ajay Rawat Anup Sah Deepak Rawat and Mona Verma The sessions will range from politics and poetry to literature and cinema Watch What Else Is Making News “It’s not just an event but an ecosystem of its projects activities and initiatives as well It’s a platform to disseminate those ideas that we had launched last year” says Batra Three projects were launched — Fellow of Nature in partnership with the French Institute in India Wildlife Trust of India and others; Women Unlimited Series in partnership with United Nations Women; and Literary Bhagidari “Fellow of Nature for instance is to promote nature writing which used to be the rock ‘n’ roll of literary writing some odd 40 years ago” says Batra The winner of Fellow of Nature South Asia Short Story Award in Nature Writing was announced last week — Meghna Pant from Mumbai Keeping in mind the current climate however the festival board members have decided not to have Pakistani authors Afia Aslam Ali Akbar Natiq Ameena Saiyid Asif Farrukhi and Asif Noorani will not make it for the festival “Some have got their visas while some were unable to But at this point with what’s happening around us we have decided not to have them at the festival” says Batra For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Tech Desk | Published: September 12 2016 4:00 pm Sony PlayStation 4 Pro was announced at Sony’s event on September 7 features 1TB storage and 8GB DDR5 RAM Top News Sony’s upgraded PlayStation 4 ‘Pro’ gaming console that starts shipping in November will run all PS4 format games However games that will take advantage of the new console’s 4K gaming capability will have a special logo on the case If you are buying the game directly from the PlayStation store the logo will also be visible there Some of the games that will be 4K ready for the PlayStation 4 Pro are – Uncharted 4 Fifa 2017 The Last of Us: Remastered Infamous First Light Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor Call of Duty: Black Ops III and more The slimmer version of the PlayStation 4 will start shipping on September 15 The benefits of HDR (High Dynamic Range) gaming will come to all PS4’s however considering the displays support it All users of the PS4 will start receiving firmware updates soon PS4 will not be a 4K Blu-ray player unlike the Xbox Scorpio – but will have auto-upscaling for Blu-ray discs PS4 Pro will also need a subscription to 4K-compatible content streaming as well as a compatible 4K TV/display It will let you stream 4K content from websites like YouTube and Netflix Sony PlayStation 4 Pro was announced at Sony’s event on September 7 and features a x86-64 AMD “Jaguar” CPU with 8 cores It comes with 1TB of storage and an 8GB DDR5 RAM It comes with one AUX port 3 USB 31 ports a BD/DVD Drive one HDMI out port and an Ethernet port PS4 Pro will also have Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity Read: All Sony PlayStation 4 Pro specs Microsoft will be launching its next generation console also known as Project Scorpio in 2017 It is expected to be capable of 6 teraflops (PS4 Pro will have 42 teraflops) of computing performance and will support 4K gameplay as well as virtual reality Sony’s own virtual reality gaming headset launches on October 31 and will be compatible with all PS4 models For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWashington tells India Westinghouse could be sold by year end: sources | Reuters Fwire Reuters Jul 03 2017 08:41:51 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Jul 03 2017 08:41 AM | Updated Date: Jul 03 2017 08:41 AM Tags : Kitchee skipper Chu Siu Kei and Lam Ka Wai playing as a double holding midfield pivot controlled the pulse of the game. The elusive nature of this recognition and the myriad subtle ways in which it can be intentionally withheld are very hard to describe, the public university is more important now than ever before. once a regional outfit in Maharashtra,” Unlike Jimmy Anderson.

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