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No, spotting a Rhino wasn’t so thrilling after all!

It is a matter of great chance, persistence, fortitude and patience that goes into spotting an elusive tiger. Numbered around 3000 in India, each tiger occupies an area it calls home, often spanning more than 40 sq kms. 777 more words


The Dying of the Light

A tent shines bright under a dark hill at night in Kashmir.


Cows Cows Cows, Alleys Alleys Alleys, Temples Temples Temples

The title of this blog doesn’t even begin to describe the sheer amount of activity and life crammed in to the magical streets of Varanasi, THE holiest of the seven holy cities in India and the oldest city in the world, still standing strong on the banks of the Ganges after 3000+ years: a melting pot, where both life and death come together. 323 more words


Facebook is bulking up satellite capacity to offer cheap internet access to Africa

Facebook is pushing ahead with plans to bring more internet access to sub-Saharan Africa by leasing bandwidth capacity on three satellites currently in orbit. It will be used for its subsidized… 397 more words

How to tell when Apple is really serious about India

India is Apple’s next China, right? As Apple released its second-quarter earnings yesterday (Apr. 26), Tim Cook hinted at India’s potential to become the country’s new growth engine, drawing a parallel to China, … 500 more words

By 2050, India's working-age population will cross one billion. But where are the jobs?

By 2050, India will beat China to become home to the most number of working-age people in the Asia Pacific region.

From 0.86 billion people aged between 15 and 64 years in 2015, India’s working-age population will grow to over a billion by 2050, suggests the  305 more words