By Elaine Donnelly
Extending sexual misconduct to combat units
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
A peacock shrieks. A monkey scrambles higher into the fire-colored canopy of a kesudo tree. And an Asiatic lion -- one of the last few hundred in the wild -- pads across the dusty earth of a west Indian sanctuary that is its only refuge from the modern world.
We have managed without interference until now," Gujarat's environment secretary, S.K. Nanda, said proudly from behind an enormous desk in an office complex decorated with lion posters reading: "Gujarat's pride; World's envy."