How the rich are destroying Corbett & Kaziranga

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Where the wild things were
Reckless mining and stone quarrying is devouring the wild habitat in Kaziranga. Ratnadip Choudhury tracks the high-stakes game
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Corbett. Now, On sale
Blocked wildlife corridors across the Kosi river. Now a rash of private properties inside the tiger reserve itself. Jay Mazoomdaar exposes a scandal that could ruin one of the country’s most precious forests Read More >

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A young IT professional by training and a journalist by chance, Ratnadip comes from the smallest Northeastern state of Tripura and has been reporting out of Northeast India for ten years, as of 2014. An award winning Journalist, Ratnadip started his career with the Tripura Observer and went on to work with the Northeast Sun, The Northeast Today, News Live, Sahara Time and The Sunday Indian. He has also contributed to BBC, CNN, NatGeo TV, NDTV, CNN-IBN and TIMES NOW. Before joining Tehelka, Ratnadip worked with the national bureau of the television news channel NewsX. He specialises in conflict reporting and has a keen interest in India’s eastern neighbours. He has won the RedInk Excellence in Journalism Award 2013, Northeast Green Journo Award 2013, LAADLI Media awards for Gender sensitivity 2013. He is among 10 young Indian scholars selected by International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) on trans-boundary river issues of the subcontinent. He is based in Guwahati.

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