The human cost of Biden’s India travel ban

For the more than 2.7 million Indian immigrants who have put down roots in the US, President Joe Biden’s decision to ban most travel from their home country as its health system collapses under a surge of coronavirus cases has come at a price.

The ban, which went into effect on May 4, is similar to those imposed on travelers from other countries, including China and the UK. But Indians who have lived in the US for years told Vox that, as a result of the ban and visa processing delays, they have been stranded abroad, barred from bringing their

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Where’s Moksha? Puppy stolen from human rights activist’s RV parked outside hotel at Penn’s Landing; $3,000 reward offered

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) — A human rights activist is pleading for the safe return of her 10-month-old Dachshund puppy after he was stolen in a hotel parking lot in Philadelphia on Thursday afternoon.

Fatima Gul was leading a human rights walk and and was only gone for an hour when she returned to her RV.

Gul discovered someone had broken into her vehicle that was parked in the Holiday Inn Express Philadelphia Penns Landing parking lot. Everything was flipped upside down inside the RV.

“They have taken the whole locks out of the front doors, very professionally, no scratch, nothing left.

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Human remains found in Lake Red Bluff Recreation area

RED BLUFF, Calif. – Authorities are investigating human remains that were found in the slough portion of the U.S. Forest Service Lake Red Bluff Recreation area on March 28.

A citizen called the sheriff’s office who located what he believed to be human remains in the slough portion of the recreation area at 1000 Sale Lane in Red Bluff, according to the Tehama County Sheriff’s Office.

The citizen then led deputies to the location, where a human skull, pelvis, leg and arm bones were located. The bones were collected, and deputies said a further search of the area is planned

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Colorado Parks and Wildlife releases new film on studying human recreation effects on elk in Colorado

Colorado Parks and Wildlife researchers have set out to evaluate how human recreation may be influencing the state’s elk populations and created a film titled ‘Emblems of the West’ to help tell that story.

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Produced by Sean Ender of Peak to Creak films, the film — which was released Friday on CPW’s YouTube and Facebook pages — captures Colorado’s beautiful scenery, outdoor playground, wildlife resource and research behind its convergence.

“Promoting outdoor recreation and conserving wildlife species can potentially be counter productive with

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