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Ocean and atmospheric researchers also stand to benefit from another pot of funds being doled out to the National Institute of Standards and Technology. which they had with the owners, As he says,including writing the Annual Confidential Reports of the officers posted at the Municipal Corporation. scientists—like teachers and people in many other professions—sometimes dip into their own wallets to cover job-related expenses, 2016 1:09 am A leopard entered the village Mandawar near Sohna on Thursday early morning injuring several villagers before it was killed in Gurgaon.Photo by Manoj Kumar Top News Yet again a leopard was lynched This time in Haryana’s Sohna While frowning on the beastly act of the mob the media without exception described the animal as one that strayed from its natural habitat Some even rationalised the violence as a result of the inability of the police and wildlife forces to take timely action in a situation of man-animal conflict The real problem is with this perception Leopards do not visit people looking for food because there is a prey crunch in the forest And they certainly do not stray Unlike tigers many leopards are fringe-forest animals They live near human habitations use secondary village forests or even suitable cropland as cover during the day and walk the human neighbourhoods in the vicinity after sundown They opportunistically prey on small livestock And they take dogs domestic or pariah their favourite prey There is no dog in the forest Like that over centuries leopards have adapted to survive next to people without major conflict If you happen to spot a leopard in the cropland of your village like some did in Sohna yesterday chances are that the animal — and generations before her — has always been using that cropland without ever blowing their cover And without ever harming people (Source: Photo by Manoj Kumar) Now just because it is sighted does not mean that the animal means harm Of course both sides will panic in such a situation Panic triggers two responses: fight or flee If the leopard gets surrounded by a crowd before it can run away and disappear which is the case most often it will attack There will be human injuries often grievous but rarely fatal with the predictable climax in a mob-versus-one The one and only rule to avoid conflict in such situations is to give the cat space and let it slip away Don’t create a ruckus and never crowd around the animal blocking its escape routes Instead of depending solely on tranquillising guns nets and cages — which become necessary in tricky conditions — cops wildlife personnel volunteer groups and community leaders can help avoid injuries and save lives by following this simple protocol as the primary response Letting the wild be is a time-tested strategy There is no excuse other than our increasing sense of insecurity for abandoning it For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Shaju Philip | Thiruvananthapuram | Published: March 24 2016 2:58 am Attappady region Kerala (Source: Google Maps) Top News Six tribal students from Kerala’s Attappady region the tribal zone in the state known for malnutrition and poverty have weathered all odds and made it to the Sainik School at Thiruvananthapuram Thanks to a unique handholding exercise launched by the 1991 alumni batch of the school this is for the first time that children from the most backward tribal communities of Attappady have secured admission in Class VI at the school under the Defence Ministry A total of 24 tribal children were selected from various schools at Attappady region to undergo a six-month special training to take part in the All-India Sainik School examination held earlier this year The coaching sessions were held under the aegis of the 1991 alumni batch of Sainik School and from among the 24 students six finally made it into the final list when the results were announced last week The Sainik School batch of 1991 took up the initiative to mark the silver jubilee of the batch and named the idea “Project Shine” in memory of a batch mate Shine Baby who died in 2006 “Every batch takes up some project in their silver jubilee year We thought about something innovative and meaningful to demonstrate our social commitment Hence we decided to prepare tribal children for the All-India entrance exam In the long run we want to groom defence officers from the tribal community” said Babu Mathew convener of the project The coaching that began in July 2015 was held every Saturday for six hours and was based on socio-emotional learning approach which imparts mental skills to understand and manage emotions and help build relationships and show empathy for others Mathew said “We managed to establish a good rapport with the parents and children to groom a gradual interest in the project After every class each student was assessed individually and further course of the coaching was designed accordingly The project also involved a socialisation process for the tribal children” he added Dr Sunil Rajendran another alumnus of the 1991 batch said the emphasis was all-round development of the children “The transformation has been visible: their body language and the attitude have undergone a sea change The key is making the tribal children and their parents realise that there are unlimited possibilities beyond what they have been led to believe” Dr Rajendran added Mathew said the alumni batch would continue to support the tribal students admitted to the school to ensure that they complete the course “Six of our batchmates would function as local guardians for these children to give necessary financial support until they complete Class XII In the past students from ST communities who had got admission at the Sainik School had not completed their classes at the school” Tribal activist K A Ramu said “Tribal children should be exposed to a situation which can motivate them Many educated tribals could not succeed in life for want of this motivating scenario though there are exceptional cases When educated tribal youths at Attappady sit idle it is tough to inspire the children” Tribal youth M Balan whose son B Hari has got admission at the Sainik School said “I have heard that he has got admission in a school in Thiruvananthapuram They (the training organisers) showed me a video film of the school I can’t give him good food and education I hope my son would be able to get a job in future with their support” R Sathi whose son R Vishnu is another recruit said none from her Vannanthalamedu colony at Attappady had gone outside to study “My son is worried about what would happen at the new school” said Sathi For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Abhishek Angad | New Delhi | Updated: August 19 2016 2:13 am The train ticket that brought the woman back to Delhi (Source: Express photo by Abhishek Angad) Top News Back home after 10 years of torment the victim of the human trafficking racket said she was coping with the situation but worried for her children “I want to educate them in Delhi and put them up in a hostel I need support from the government” she said Thursday She had two children with a truck driver between 2009 and 2011 He died in 2011 Her children are with one of his relatives READ |After 10 years Delhi Police arrest 8 persons in alleged kidnap rape of girl She said though she was happy some of the people who destroyed her life had been arrested more accused were at large Her mother said both of them were in trauma “She is in shock and keeps to herself… doesn’t go out We are thankful to god and I have convinced my daughter to go to shrines in Delhi” said the 50-year-old woman She said she has written to the Delhi government to help in her daughter’s rehabilitation “Till now the government has not come forward for counselling She needs it the most now I want her to be independent” She said she had given up on the hope of seeing her daughter and accepted five years ago she might be dead The family had even followed all rituals in the memory of their “dead daughter” She said she was taken aback when she saw her daughter and was then overjoyed but she couldn’t stop grieving after she came to know of her ordeal For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News could profitably enter. durable medical equipment suppliers and other Medicare/Medicaid regulated providers. who not only remember him.

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