That can help remove kidney stones
Why Uttarakhand celebrates Harela
The seeds of five to seven types of crops are sown nine days ahead of the festival
Magnificient no more
The oak, an integral part of Kumaon life, might soon be extinct from the region
Everybody coughs in Kumaon
... but the government has done nothing to monitor the prevalence of tuberculosis in the area.
All in a day's work
For women in the hill area of Kumaon, Uttar Pradesh, life is not easy. They have to wear the skin off their knuckles to scrape together a living
Dealing with climate fury: Why small is big
This microcosm from a lesser-known mountainous region such as Kumaon represents the macrocosm — where humanity wears a macabre face and …
Save Sattal: Tomorrow will be too late; we must start change today
Sattal has been engulfed by raging fires. It grieves the dying springs that once cascaded down to form powerful rivers that now run dry&…
'The forest mafia is very powerful'
AJAY S RAWAT spent six months in the Indo-Nepal terais to trace the methods of timber smugglers
'37% of natural springs, which contribute directly to the Ganga, are drying up'
Increasing instances of extreme rainfall are slowly leading to the crumbling of the Ganga's catchment area, says P C Tiwari, professor of …
Kumaon villagers discover that gods are the best forest guards
Uttaranchal farmers upset at upcoming tea estates
Book review of "Environmentality: Technologies of government and the making of subjects"
Book>> Environmentality: Technologies of Government and the making of Subjects by Arun Agrawal Oxford University Press, Delhi 2006
Non-native plant species are growing at the expense of the native in Askot sanctuary in Uttar Pradesh
The story of a thirsty Kumaon
WATER IN KUMAON: ECOLOGY, VALUE, AND RIGHTS·edited by Gopal K Kadekodi, K S R Murthy, Kireet Kumar·G B Pant Institute of Himalayan …
Anaemia rampant in women in Bageshwar