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India was home to 40,000 tigers a century ago but habitat loss, poaching and population pressure reduced that to fewer than 2,000 by 1970.
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In terms of their Human Development Index, India is ranked 133rd in the world, Bangladesh at 135th and Pakistan at 154th
The Kumbakonam Mutt was established in 1821 by the Maratha king of Tanjore, Pratap Singh Tuljaji, as a branch of the Sringeri Mutt
In Washington, the PM was persuaded that the decision to recognise the Polisario should be, well, delayed if not cancelled
It is the politics of policymaking that deserves a closer look than the economics of Mr Modi’s initiative
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