Animal Rights & Welfare

Posted on October 8, 2016: The Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai’s annual college festival, Techfest, attracts over 1, 65, 000 students, experts, educators and visitors. It is widely regarded as Asia’s largest science and technology festival. This year, the nation’s brightest have decided... Read more

Posted on September 23, 2016: Not too long ago, laboratory cats and dogs were put to sleep, soon after experiments on them were completed in the state of New York. Of late, a new law has... Read more

Posted on September 6, 2016: In a bid to improve adoption rates for Indian cats wallowing in shelters or fighting for survival on the streets of our country, animal rescue organisation PETA (People for Ethical Treatment of Animals) India ran a Cutest Cat Alive Contest which culminated last month... Read more

Posted on August 30, 2016: It is an Australia-wide past time. A favourite avenue for entertainment. Watching greyhounds race and... Read more

Posted on August 21, 2016: With such a large population in India’s cities, urban waste is growing pile of policy flaws. Some love stray dogs, some sympathize, while some ill-treat them. But how many people really think of helping them out? To rescue such a policy flaw situation in Dehradun, an... Read more

Posted on July 28, 2016: Earlier this month,... Read more

Posted on July 26, 2016: Imagine a scenario where you introduce your human son or daughter and classify them as your ‘property’. How hideous would that sound? Your pets are living, sentient beings, much like human beings, but they are looked at as nothing more than mere property in some cases.... Read more

Posted on July 18, 2016: Civic officials in Bengaluru say that dogs on the outskirts of the city pose a greater risk of transmitting rabies than the dogs within the urban area. Bengaluru Municipal Corporation has reportedly over 13, 000 dogs within its city limits since April 2016. But the dogs... Read more

Posted on July 6, 2016: “It’s understandable that communities are fearful of rabies. It’s a deadly disease and up to 99% of human cases are transmitted through dogs. However, killing dogs isn’t a sustainable or humane solution to ending rabies, vaccination is,” says... Read more

Posted on April 11, 2016: Last week, in an unprecedented, landmark judgement, the Supreme Court of India awarded compensation of Rs 40, 000 to a daily wage labourer who lost his wife to dog bites. Terming the loss of life due to dog bites as unacceptable, and pulling up state governments for not... Read more


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