Animal Movement and Human Response Amidst the Lockdown

Shashank Bhardwaj As most people around the globe sit at home to fight the global pandemic (COVID-19), the hustle and bustle of most city streets are missing. To curb this pandemic, many countries have adopted social distancing measures, including partial and complete nationwide lockdowns. While such drastic measures may be important, there's no denying the … Continue reading Animal Movement and Human Response Amidst the Lockdown

Monkey Business: Gaining Access and Rights to the City

Rashmi Singh* & Ajay Immanuel Gonji Introduction In a previous blog article, we had talked about some of our daily interactions with the monkeys (Rhesus Macaque, Macaca mulatta) in Ambedkar University Delhi, Kashmere Gate (AUDKG). We also narrated an incident where we observed, for the first time, certain societal aspects of monkey life. In this … Continue reading Monkey Business: Gaining Access and Rights to the City

In Times of a Pandemic: (Re)thinking Relationships with Earth Others

Kartik Chugh It was the last week of 2019 when health authorities in China notified the world about a novel virus outbreak in their communities. An increasingly growing number of people were developing a dry cough and fever before getting pneumonia. Doctors named this disease COVID-19 (or Coronavirus Disease 2019) which was caused by a … Continue reading In Times of a Pandemic: (Re)thinking Relationships with Earth Others