An international skiing race to be held for the first time in India was put off last month because Auli remains snowless. As experts see signs of climate change, The Sunday Express on how a 3,200-metre high mountainside is managing, including with artificial snow
The Himalayas is one of the most biodiverse regions of the world and most communities living here revere nature. They have a repository of oral tales, legends and myths built around this intrinsic relationship which might be effective in protecting the environment.
Aparna Pande, director of Hudson's India Initiative, said that weak states and contested sovereignties across the Himalayas have induced a number of regional actors to seek deeper physical and economic connectivity within the region through new infrastructure that supports transportation needs, trade and commerce, and access to resources.