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Tuesday, Oct 04, 2022

The Sandip Roy Show

What makes people tick? What are the stories they carry with them? In a world of shouting heads, veteran journalist, radio commentator and novelist Sandip Roy sits down to have real conversations about the fascinating world around us and the people who shape it. Catch these engaging interviews every other Sunday

Episode 108 August 7, 2022

The unanswered questions about the Cheetah Project, with Ravi Chellam and Prerna Bindra

In 1952, the cheetah was officially declared extinct in India. Now, the animal, albeit a different subspecies, might be set for a comeback – not in the wild, but to Kuno National Park, Madhya Pradesh. Wildlife conservationists in India, though, are in no rush to welcome the cheetah home. In this episode, eminent conservationists Ravi Chellam and Prerna Bindra join host Sandip Roy to discuss the scientific, logical and ethical concerns around this move, and most importantly, whether the Asiatic lion will be paying the price for it.

The unanswered questions about the Cheetah Project, with Ravi Chellam and Prerna BindraIn 1952, the cheetah was officially declared extinct in India. Now, the animal, albeit a different subspecies, might be set for a comeback - not in the wild, but to Kuno National Park, Madhya Pradesh. Wildlife conservationists in India, though, are in no rush to welcome the cheetah home. In this episode, eminent conservationists Ravi Chellam and Prerna Bindra join host Sandip Roy to discuss the scientific, logical and ethical concerns around this move, and most importantly, whether the Asiatic lion will be paying the price for it.
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