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Feb 27, 2019
In the Himalayas, growing population of feral dogs poses threat to wildlife, humansThe explosion of tourism, the lack of proper garbage disposal mechanism, and hyribidisation of breeds has led to a growth in feral dog population, leading to attacks on livestock, wildlife, and humans.
Jan 30, 2019
World needs 'radical rethink' for strategy to tackle obesity, hunger, climate: ReportHealth advocates & climate experts hailed The Lancet report's sweeping call for deep change.
Jun 15, 2017
Cattle slaughter restrictions: SC seeks Centre's response after multiple petitions, listing of case on 11 JulySupreme Court on Thursday sought the centre's response on a petition challenging banning the sale of cattle for slaughtering and transporting livestock
Jun 02, 2017
New cattle rules like prohibition on decoration, painting may make implementation difficultThese rules apply to bulls, bullocks, cows, buffalos, steers, heifers, calves and camels, and would affect the nearly 300 million cattle in India.
May 28, 2017
Centre's ban on sale of cattle for slaughter to adversely affect public meat products company in KeralaAmid a public outcry over the Centre's notification banning sale of cattle for slaughter, PSU in Kerala fears that its business will be badly hit.
May 26, 2017
Restriction on sale of cows for slaughter aimed at regulating markets: Harsh Vardhan"It is strengthening the hands of the government at the state level also to strengthen the movement of prevention of cruelty to animals. There is nothing else in this," Environment Minister Harsh Vardhan said.
May 27, 2015
'My love is real': Kenyan lawyer offers 50 cows, 70 sheep, 30 goats to marry Obama's daughterA lawyer from Kenya apparently has taken fancy to Barack Obama's daughter Malia, and wants to ask for her hand in marriage
Jul 22, 2014
Love your meat? Well it's bad for the environment, says new studyMeat production contributes to climate change due to greenhouse gasses emitted by livestock, a new study has found.
Sep 23, 2013
Man-animal conflict: Stop testing India’s traditional tolerance for wildlifeConservation takes the tolerance of the rural poor for granted as only 1 out of 8 households gets any compensation for losing crop to wildlife
Aug 13, 2012
Looming drought leaves livestock farmers in lurch for fodderFor over three months, even state agencies have been providing free fodder to those most vulnerable to a shortfall in India's annual monsoon -farmers who eke a living out of small landholdings and the milk provided by cattle.