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Prof. bawa and His colleagues could well have a lasting solution to mitigate the impact of human-wildlife conflict in mountain regions.

The rage: Has kingdom come? Schools take kids to malls as educational tours

Better prices, creating dignified jobs for underprivileged young folks who could not, despite possible intelligence and desire, get a good education.

24 Jun 2018 2:13 AM

On the ball: The nuts and bolts of football flight

A World Cup played at high altitude is certain to be a nightmare for goalkeepers as the ball travels faster than it does at sea level.

22 Jun 2018 6:07 AM

Write to freedom: Swords hanging from the other end of your pen

Threats to a free press prevail and journalists face risks every day making one wonder if their next byline will be a death warrant.

22 Jun 2018 6:00 AM

Runversation: For this ultramarathoner, weight does not matter

She might weigh a 100 kg, but Mirna is challenging the stereotypes and encouraging others to do the same with her exploits in endurance running.

22 Jun 2018 5:57 AM

Ocean of hope: Time we explored the blue economy

A blueprint for ocean-dependent economic development in order to improve the quality of life of people in the country.

12 Jun 2018 6:14 AM

Gadget watch: Be secure in the drone age

Some will use drones to pursue their nefarious interests. Regulation is therefore a must and we must do it before events overtake us.

12 Jun 2018 6:11 AM

Pollution Fight: Fishing for ocean plastic

Amidst reports of the growing plastic menace in the deep seas, this man takes it upon himself to clean them, starting from the beaches.

12 Jun 2018 6:08 AM

Runversation: Will to fight makes triathlon a cakewalk

67-year-old Mary Houbolt, a cancer survivor, participated in over 20 triathlons including nine full Ironman triathlons.

04 Jun 2018 2:14 AM

Businesswise: Corporates lend your ears and heart also

Values like protection of environment and pro-people must supercede economics.

04 Jun 2018 2:11 AM