At the foot of the Himalayas, in one of the wettest places on Earth, the Khasi people have been training tree roots to grow together into living, functional bridges for centuries. And when they're no longer used, "they'll become a part of the forest."
Xi Jinping’s game of politico–military coercion in the Himalayas is currently at a stalemate. That India has no means of judging China’s strategic intent is worrying. Click to download the latest issue of . #IndiaTodayMagazine #MagazinePromo
Meet Neeraja Kumar, 15, a prolific writer who draws inspiration from the biodiversity of her native country, India. She writes about ways people can rethink their relationship with nature. #TheWorldsBigFix This is her poem "Himalayas in Jalandhar." 🎧 ▶️
CCP recently filed a boundary dispute with Bhutan. From mountain ranges of Himalayas to waters of Vietnam's exclusive zone to Senkaku islands & beyond. Beijing has a pattern of instigating territorial disputes. The world shouldn't allow this bullying: US Secy of State Mike Pompeo
The Himalayas are visible from certain parts of India for the first time in "decades" due to the reduction in air pollution caused by the country's coronavirus lockdown
Saharanpur wakes up to Himalayas, visible from town after 30 years as AQI dips below 50 For the first time in over three decades, snow-capped peaks of Gangotri became visible from Saharanpur as Air Quality Index (AQI) in the UP town dipped below 50.