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Mar 21, 2017
Has your dog been behaving oddly? A ready reckoner to understanding canine gesturesThe dog has a specific body language — and learning it is to open your eyes to a completely new world
Mar 12, 2017
Holi 2017: How to ensure the festival of colours is happy for animals tooWhile the country is caught in the Holi revelry, every year both stray and pet animals inadvertently become victims of hooliganism.
Feb 27, 2017
Culling stray dogs: Civic bodies are inflicting needless suffering on man's best friendWhat is ownership? Do we own everything in the world? Is every plant, every creature a belonging of some human. Does it have no right to live?
Feb 23, 2017
Delhi: Four monitor lizards die after being taken out of hibernation without permission by zoo rangerAll four monitor lizards at the Delhi Zoo have died of "shock" after being taken out of their enclosures during hibernation by a staff member.
Feb 20, 2017
The butterfly effect: Extinction of fluttering moth puts your child's life in danger, affects balance of natureIt's important to bring an end to poaching of butterflies and their use in decorative items as the survival of butterflies is necessary not only to maintain balance in nature but also for the survival of life itself
Feb 17, 2017
BBC documentary on Kaziranga denigrates a policy instead of depicting the truthAn unseemly controversy has erupted over a BBC documentary on the Kaziranga National Park in Assam in the last few days.
Feb 13, 2017
Beauty and the beasts: The cosmetics industry is cruel to animals, but you can make a differenceYou are going to a party, so naturally you want to look and smell your best. You have a long, hot bath, shampoo your hair yourself and then sit down before the dressing table to make-up your face.
Feb 13, 2017
Kambala: Peta slams Karnataka govt for legalising buffalo race, calls it a 'black mark' on IndiaOn a day the Karnataka Assembly passed a bill to legalise traditional buffalo race Kambala, animal rights body Peta on Monday said allowing this "cruelty" to be afflicted on animals is "shameful" and leaves a "black mark" on India.
Jan 30, 2017
Cruel 'festivals' in Karnataka destroy the concept of animal rights and need to be wiped outThe ability of the fox to elude its hunters is extremely limited. They can be hunted year after year at the same sites.
Jan 25, 2017
Jallikattu debate: 'Not about Tamil pride anymore, it's now a fight between state and Supreme Court'Manoj Oswal, an animal rights activist who was appointed by the Supreme Court to monitor the sport of jallikattu between 2010 and 2012. Oswal is currently in New Delhi and part of the around 50 animal rights activists, lovers and groups who are challenging the government of Tamil Nadu's bill that allows conducting of the bull-taming sport. Firstpost caught up with the activist to give the other side of the story.