The ads combined with the Indian proclivity to combine slightly askew English phrases made this article an interesting read. It also highlighted the fact that India is losing the battle to save its biodiversity, thanks in part to the human male’s residual instincts to demarcate territory.

The environment and forest ministry has given an outright thumbs down to a proposal for Indo-US cooperation for Bengal tiger conservation which would commit the US to funnel huge sums to the cause in return of a say in the project…

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Packing punch in its dissenting note to the proposal by the external affairs ministry, the environment and forest ministry (MoEF) debunked the US claim of being engaged for over two decades in private efforts towards saving the tiger in India.

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