Corbett Capers By Navin M Raheja Thursday 1st January 1970

The oldest National Park of India is a magical land waiting to be discovered if only you have the patience and the spunk to break out of the monotony of a schedule.

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Leopards Around Delhi By Navin M Raheja Sunday 1st March 2015

After the tiger, the spotted big cat is in need of government attention if recurring incidents of man-animal conflict are to be avoided.

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The Tiger School By Navin M Raheja Wednesday 1st January 2014

A true and first-hand story on how three motherless cubs were successfully trained to survive in the wild

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Machhli: The Last Heroine By Navin M Raheja Wednesday 1st October 2014

Even as she nears her imminent end, the warrior queen of the Ranthambore Tiger Reserve in Rajasthan,
has been clawed out of her home range and is struggling to find refuge among humans.

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The Terror Of Sunderkhal By Navin M Raheja Friday 1st February 2013

How can one keep tourists happy while providing enough breathing space to the tiger? Navin M Raheja has some answers

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Wildlife - The Way Ahead By Nayan Raheja Friday 14th August 2009

You know what the funny thing is? …We don’t get down to doing anything till the time there is a bloody emergency looming on our heads !! Well I don’t blame us. Its Human Nature.

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The Prince Is Knighted King !! By Nayan Raheja Friday 14th August 2009

Rustam had started coming into his own. He was now pushing 2.5 yrs. His mother could see how he had adapted and fine-tuned his skills for hunting prey. He would routinely wander off for a few days and then come back to the family.

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Save The Tiger, Save Yourself!! By Nayan Raheja Monday 7th January 2008

So I will make it really simple for you. Saving Tigers = Saving Forests = Saving the Ecological Balance = Saving Mankind. Got it ?? …No??...Ok let me put it like this. If the Tigers Go, So Do We !

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The Prince Is Born Ii: Growing Up By Nayan Raheja Friday 14th August 2009

And so was born “Rustam”, the heir to the throne. He and his two sisters were born amidst a cave, deep in the forest. They are born with their eyes closed (which remains so for about a week) and have to depend on their doting mother to nurse them.

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The Prince Is Born.... By Nayan Raheja Friday 14th August 2009

The Tiger is the king...but he has no disciples. The Tiger is always solitary...but he is never lonely! For all other animals in the forest, the Tiger is the nemesis...but he is also the saviour! Respected and feared at the same time, a Tiger evokes the emotions of a thousand shades!

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Tiger - Burning Out ! By Nayan Raheja Thursday 1st January 1970

Powerful, Majestic, Graceful, Mysterious, Dangerous, Stealthy, Enigmatic, Divine, Unimaginably beautiful…some of the words used to describe the Tiger. I wonder how far we are from the word ‘extinct’ being added to this list !

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The Rebirth Of Rajaji Thursday 30th March 2017

The national park had a close brush with death but it chose to live. Now, it holds a promising future.

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