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Title: Acting locally may be killing India's lions
Authors: Rosencranz, Armin
Singh, Govind
Keywords: Wildlife
Biodiversity conservation
Ssiatic lion
Environmental studies
Issue Date: 15-Oct-2020
Publisher: The Statesman
Citation: Rosencranz, A. and Singh, G. (October 15, 2020) Acting locally may be killing India's lions. The Statesman
Abstract: There are not one but four lions in the national emblem of India. The surname ‘Singh’ (lion) is a popular one in many parts of India, ranging from Rajasthan in the West to Manipur in the North-east. This surname goes back over two thousand years, and its glory was reinstated in 1699 with the setting up of the Khalsa brotherhood in the north Indian state of Punjab.
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