Shivansh Chandak spends his weekend mornings removing trash from the neighbourhood greens. He is not a ragpicker but a five-year-old student of La Martiniere for Boys. For company he has his 10-year-old brother Devansh. Both are part of a group of children in south Kolkata who have taken up a task which ideally should have been tackled by the Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC).

Lalgarh when translated means

It used to be one of the most unforgettable sights from the height of the Indian summer: thousands of the world-famous Olive Ridley turtles waddling out of the water to nest and breed on the pristine white sand beaches of Gahirmatha in Orissa on magical, moonlit nights. Not just the Olive Ridleys, most other species of turtle also emerge of their hibernation spanning winters and begin mating and looking for proper nesting places.