The brahminy myna or brahminy starling (Sturnia pagodarum) is a member of the starling family of birds. It is usually seen in pairs or small flocks in open habitats. Like most starlings, the brahminy starling is omnivorous, eating fruit and insects.This bird is typically found in dry forest, scrub jungle and cultivation and is often found close to human habitations. The bird is classified as least concern by IUCN.
The common cuckoo (Cuculus canorus) (formerly European cuckoo) is a member of the cuckoo order of birds. This species is a widespread summer migrant to Europe and Asia, and winters in Africa.It is a brood parasite, which means it lays eggs in the nests of other bird species. The image you are seeing here is of a Juvenile, a very far image and a big crop hence a little more noisy.
The Malabar trogon (Harpactes fasciatus) is a species of bird in the trogon family. It is found in the forests of Sri Lanka and peninsular India. In India it is mainly found in the eastern Ghats, hill forests of central India and in parts of the eastern Ghats. The male has a slaty black head and breast with a white border to the black bib separating it from the crimson on the underside. The back is olive-brown to chestnut.The female lacks the contrasting black and crimson and has only a slightly darker head and breast that shades into the olive brown on the back while the crimson of the underside of the male is replaced by ochre. This is classified as least concern by IUCN.