Elsen and Kalyanaraman elucidate the link between the presence of birds and the climate as they tallied their sightings with the ambient temperature at which they were spotted.
A first-ever travelling exhibition on the story of landscapes in India makes a stop in Delhi.
The Mecca of the city's art and culture lovers, is now holding a beacon for energy conservation measures as well.
It is a patronising, Hindutva-heavy fantasia, a series of images that add up to mainland India’s fantasy of the river.
Uttarakhand High Court names officials to act as parents for the rivers and tributaries.
Until now, the oldest-known plants were 1.2-billion-year-old red algae fossils from the Canadian Arctic.
The Maori had been fighting for over 160 years to get this recognition for their river.
Jayamma Belliah, an Adivasi from Ananjihundi village in Karnataka, documents her life in a forest with a camera.
For years Rajat Bhargava has travelled around the country, meeting baheliyas (bird trappers) and learning the fascinating art of cage making.
Usually women in fishing communities take care of everything in the industry except actually going to sea.