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Centre planning to amend cattle trade ban; environment secretary CK Mishra says matter is before law ministry
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Centre planning to amend cattle trade ban; environment secretary CK Mishra says matter is before law ministry

The government is planning to amend an earlier order on banning cattle trade for slaughter that had hurt the livestock economy and threatened the meat industry, informed sources said.

Cattle sale restrictions: Centre says notification intended at animal welfare, tackle illegal smuggling
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Cattle sale restrictions: Centre says notification intended at animal welfare, tackle illegal smuggling

The ban on sale and purchase of cattle from animal markets for slaughter was intended at the welfare of animals and tackling illegal sale and smuggling

Animal abuse stems from eating meat: Non-vegetarians must understand what they are responsible for
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Animal abuse stems from eating meat: Non-vegetarians must understand what they are responsible for

All animal abuse stems from meat eating. Because if we can kill animals to eat, we can use them for experimentation, we can murder them for their skins and horns, we can overload and beat them, we can starve and ill-treat them.

Kerala Youth Congress' calf slaughter act: PETA wants action against accused
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Kerala Youth Congress' calf slaughter act: PETA wants action against accused

Animal rights body PETA has written to the Kerala police demanding strict action against the Youth Congress workers allegedly involved in the public butchering of a calf in the state's Kannur district.

Whenever you are tempted to buy wool, remember the cruelty that has gone into its production
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Whenever you are tempted to buy wool, remember the cruelty that has gone into its production

Wool users support butchery by subsidising the production cost of lamb and mutton joints — even though they may not consume them.

Animal rights activists up in arms as Prakash Javadekar tries to bring back Jallikattu
India

Animal rights activists up in arms as Prakash Javadekar tries to bring back Jallikattu

If Prakash Javadekar is moved out of the ministry of Environment and Forests, this may well be seen as a farewell gift to Jallikattu lovers.

White beauty: Shaktiman undergoes life saving surgery to get wounded leg amputated
India

White beauty: Shaktiman undergoes life saving surgery to get wounded leg amputated

Mussoorie MLA Ganesh Joshi had allegedly attacked the horse during a protest by the BJP in Dehradun on Monday.

Jallikattu row: SC refuses to interfere with earlier order imposing stay
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Jallikattu row: SC refuses to interfere with earlier order imposing stay

The Supreme Court on Wednesday declined to vacate its order barring the bull taming sport Jallikattu in Tamil Nadu that is held during Pongal festivities beginning on Thursday.

Elephant cries after he is freed from captivity
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Elephant cries after he is freed from captivity

A fifty-year-old elephant, was recently rescued from its owners in Uttar Pradesh.

Who let the dogs in? Stray dogs and India Shining
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Who let the dogs in? Stray dogs and India Shining

Some residents of a gated community in Gurgaon wants to oust its stray mongrels because they bark too much. Is the way we treat our stray dogs a clear sign that India Shining has gone to the dogs?