In Kashmir, an imperilled zone of peace

" ... a number of peaceful protests were organised here and in Srinagar and no incident of violence was ever reported,”

Wealthy Indians Must Eat Differently from Those Whose Rights They Defend

Would we acknowledge that the costs of a mutton biryani, that we are tempted to order occasionally, are too high?

For vote-seekers, a manifesto from livestock breeders

Compensation is due for grazing-land in forests, lost when a dam is being built or development projects are undertaken.

Counting sheep as grasslands shrink in Gujarat

Herds provided post-harvest manure for the fields with their dung and urine. The farmers gave the pastoralists bajra, sugar and tea.

Friend of the Small Ruminants

A total of 160 families have enrolled themselves for the formal system of livestock services provided by her.

Cattle farmers revive traditional herbal remedies

“Dairy farmers in our village sit together as a group once a month and make medicinal balls made of herbs to boost immunity for our cows,”

Living With The Snow Leopards

People can co-exist with wildlife and even be part of the conservation process

Indigenous Knowledge of Livestock Breeding and Management

The population has been maintained under agro-pastoral systems and represents community-based conservation of indigenous livestock

Why India’s Solar Push Could Kill The Livelihood Of Pastoral Communities

The draft report by the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) makes no mention of the social costs of generating renewable energy.

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