India, the largest democracy in the world, also has the largest number of people living below the poverty line, i.e., 276 million as per the World Bank. We witnessed 8 million deaths in 2016 due to air pollution from industries, transport and biomass. A recent WHO study said that 1
There are over 40 million dairy cattle in India, but only a few hundred Gaushalas to cater to the ‘useless’, ‘discarded’ and ‘abandoned’ cows and buffaloes, finds OxytocinCookies, Milk, Ice Cream, Chocolate, Strawberry Milk Shake and Cheese. On the surface dairy sounds healthy, nutritious and pure. We have been made
With the roundup of stats about the rise in meat, milk and eggs production in India(Ref: http://www.fiapo.org/newsandevents/indias-meat-production-rises-8-48-in-july-october-2016-17-2/ and http://www.fiapo.org/newsandevents/exposed-india-today-finds-camel-carcasses-inside-delhis-cold-storage-houses-2/ , the grimness of a worked out, yet undefeated animal rights activist is a telltale! The bird’s eye view of the ever increasing threat to global warming due to the massive animal industries that have
There are no happy cows gladly providing their milk for humans to consume, as we are made to believe.
Animal cruelty, bloodshed, and slaughter are often associated with non-vegetarianism, meat consumption, and the leather industry. Rarely have voices been raised against the thriving Indian dairy industry where the cattle are
Kuntal Joisher, the first vegan to scale the heights of the world’s highest peak Mt. Everest, is on board FIAPO’s national campaign Don’t Get Milked. The campaign breaks the myths surrounding the Indian dairy industry, and urges the youth to question the lies being marketed the dairy industry and end