Plot summary[ edit ] Balram Halwai narrates his life in a letter, written in seven consecutive nights and addressed to the Chinese PremierWen Jiabao. In his letter, Balram explains how he, the son of a puller, escaped a life of servitude to become a successful businessman, describing himself as an entrepreneur.
Wildlife experts, though, have been critical of white tiger breeding since it has no conservation value. Apr 8, As thousands converged for the inauguration on Sunday, shouting slogans, the ceremony began to resemble an election rally.
Fairly so, for locals say the white tiger has been an election issue here for years now. The hectare sanctuary at Mukundpur, 20km from Rewa, is currently home to only one white tiger, Vindhya.
There are two others in an adjoining zoo. The first such big cat was spotted here by erstwhile king Martand Singh in They were reportedly inbred to create a white tiger progeny.
But they disappeared completely from Rewa in It has been a political issue since because locals associate it with their heritage and believe tourism revenue generated from their return can prove a turnaround for a parched city.
Chouhan added that the project would bring jobs as tourists pour in.
It is seen in many species including chital and even crows. All the white tigers in captivity are result of systematic, repeated inbreeding of the progeny of a single wild male tiger captured in Rewa the 's.
Secondly, releasing captive bred tigers into the wilds is an activity fraught with many risks, is expensive, demands massive resources. More often than not these experiments have failed going back over years.
Therefore, I think this project is not of high priority for deploying scarce resources available for tiger conservation," said K Ullas Karanth, noted tiger expert. Ecologists also complain that while such projects are showcased, conservation is compromised elsewhere.
The MP government recently cleared a large diamond mine inside prime forests near Panna. The other concern is the Ken-Betwa river linking project that is likely to submerge a large part of the Panna habitat, and could be devastating for tigers and gharials in the region.“The White Tiger” by Aravind Adiga is a piece of literature that talks about India left and right.
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