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Cheap Xanax Pills We share a complex relationship with elephants. We love them, we treat them with the tolerant fondness reserved for family, we worship them as manifestations of our most universal god. When these gods-made-flesh raid our fields, destroy our homes and take our lives, we react with bewilderment. We are reluctant to avenge ourselves, but we seem to have no choice. This duality manifests over a wide geography, from the Western Ghats to northeastern India – a vast battleground in which the clashing interests of people and elephants and officials and NGOs collide. In this series, I will report from this conflict zone where wins and losses are measured in lives lost and taken

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1: The Story of Suprita In one instant of random chaos, a carefree schoolgirl and an enraged elephant crossed paths. This is their story

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2: War of the Worlds Man and elephants confront each other in the farms and forests of Karnataka. Attitudes harden, battle lines are drawn, and there is no drawing back LongformJune 14, 2015
3: The Elephants Must Go

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4: Inside an Elephant Capture When we read of man-elephant conflict , we agree that “capture” is the most logical solution. But do we know what capturing a wild elephant actually means, what it looks like, what it feels like?

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5: Empathy in a Time of War

Buy Alprazolam In Usa Five tame elephants and a wild tusker clash in a battle of wills and strength. And yet, in the midst of that primal scene, the tame elephants and the wild one interact in moments of heart-stopping empathy LongformAugust 24, 2015
6: The No-Win War In conflict, they say, there are no winners or losers; there are only survivors. The truth of that statement is brought home vividly as the captured elephants of Alur are broken, and tamed In this series, I migrate with one of the last nomadic pastoralists in India, documenting their way of life and in the process better understand how we can save our last grasslands and the wildlife and people that depend on it. Shorts
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enter There is a lot of wealth in managing sheep. Dhanagars do not carry any form of currency and the only one they use to buy anything is sheep

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Neither here nor there Education is a double-edged sword for the Dhangars. Their nomadic life gives them more hope than modern day education.

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