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Book Talk: Tania James gives voice to elephant poaching in India

Apr 23 2015

NEW DELHI Tania James's "The Tusk that Did the Damage," puts the spotlight on elephant poaching in southern India and the lives lost to the lure of ivory.

Tania James gives voice to elephant poaching in India

Apr 23 2015

NEW DELHI Tania James's "The Tusk that Did the Damage," puts the spotlight on elephant poaching in southern India and the lives lost to the lure of ivory.

Tania James gives voice to elephant poaching in India

Apr 23 2015

NEW DELHI Tania James's "The Tusk that Did the Damage," puts the spotlight on elephant poaching in southern India and the lives lost to the lure of ivory.

Book Talk: Tania James gives voice to elephant poaching in India

Apr 23 2015

NEW DELHI, April 23 Tania James's "The Tusk that Did the Damage," puts the spotlight on elephant poaching in southern India and the lives lost to the lure of ivory.

Hospital beds, nurses and IV drips at Amazon India Fashion Week

Mar 25 2015

NEW DELHI Nine hospital beds in a row and imaginary patients hooked up to intravenous drips. Not the usual setting for a fashion catwalk.

Hospital beds, nurses and IV drips on India's fashion catwalk

Mar 25 2015

NEW DELHI Nine hospital beds in a row and imaginary patients hooked up to intravenous drips. Not the usual setting for a fashion catwalk.

Hospital beds, nurses and IV drips on India's fashion catwalk

Mar 25 2015

NEW DELHI, March 25 Nine hospital beds in a row and imaginary patients hooked up to intravenous drips. Not the usual setting for a fashion catwalk.

Valentine 'police' offer roses, weddings to keep Indian couples demure

Feb 13 2015

NEW DELHI Right-wing Hindus in India are offering white roses, free counseling and a chance to get married for couples caught kissing or hugging in public places on Valentine's Day.

Valentine 'police' offer roses, weddings to keep Indian couples demure

Feb 13 2015

NEW DELHI Right-wing Hindus in India are offering white roses, free counselling and a chance to get married for couples caught kissing or hugging in public places on Valentine's Day.

Ancient Indian epic to be retold on Twitter from villain's viewpoint

Feb 10 2015

NEW DELHI A lecturer based in Britain has reimagined an ancient Indian epic for Twitter audiences, spawning a book and spurring a second attempt, this time from the perspective of the main villain.

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