Here come the Sundarban tigers...

India Blooms News Service

Tiger--the King of Jungle--may be facing a bleak future in parts of India, but in the renowned Sunderbans National Park, famous for the big cat, its number is stable while human death rate from attacks has also declined. Pritha Lahiri reports

A home left behind
Most of the time, a filmmaker chases a story. Rarely, the story comes chasing him. For Paul Harris, it was the latter. He discovered a small town called McCluskiegunj while researching for a long term project on Anglo Indians. Thus emerged his documentary ‘Dreams of a Homeland’. Shoma A. Chatterji reports

Pride Toronto 2017 is all about Inclusivity
Celebrating Pride Month, the Pride Toronto Parade, Canada's biggest LGBTQ event took place recently. It was a star studded affair, with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau leading the march. Suman Das and Asha Bajaj report from the scene...
A different yatra
Jagriti Yatra is on a different trip, quite literally. It sparks creative enterprise and encourages development through a journey across India moving on railway tracks. New York based writer for SPAN, Carrie Loewenthal Massey, reports
The Harvest Shall Come
Farmers from USA to India adapt to the global challenge of climate change. Renee Hickman from Missouri and Tanushree Sen from West Bengal report
Yoga reflects flow of cultures East and West
Yoga reflects a reality of globalization — the exchange of ideas that shapes cultures across our connected world, now more than ever. Jaime Dunaway and Emma Beyer from USA and Liza Gomes from India report ahead of World Yoga Day on June 21
Spirit of the Marathon
The marathon culture has really caught on in India with the growing need and awareness among youngters to stay fit. It has also become a potent tool for raising funds for charity. After attending a Marathon in Bengaluru, Debayani Bose gives a lowdown about the social impact of such runs both in terms of staying fit, creating awareness for a cause and raising funds for charity
Motherhood Can Wait, Education Cannot
Education can significantly play the role of a game-changer in India when it comes to adolescent girls getting married off and having children before they are prepared, both physically and mentally.
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