We all enjoy our morning cup of tea unmindful of the fact that the simple act of sipping it could result in cruelty to another being. Humans are compassionate beings and believe that we should not hurt another sentient being knowingly. But what we don’t realise is that most of
New urban dairy directives announced in U.P, will benefit dairy cattle health and consumers.
Delhi, gear up to try out a new form of Cocoberry’s frozen yoghurt. No, it’s not another flavour, but vegan yoghurt. Yup, its happening and Delhi-NCR will be the first one in Indian to try it out! The froyo chain is launching the new yoghurt variant in collaboration with The
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Delhi just got its biggest mural ever and it’s a massive 150 ft. by 40 ft! Painted in South Delhi, on the boundary of East Kidwai Nagar redevelopment site, the mural is to improve public consciousness about the ill-treatment of cattle in the dairy industry. Their
World Diabetes Day is observed every year on November 14, to address the growing concerns about the escalating health threat posed by diabetes. Currently, India is considered the diabetes capital of the world with about 70 million already afflicted by this disease, observed experts.
Healthcare experts and the medical
Did you know that humans are the only species on the planet that not only drink milk all our lives but also from drink milk from different animals? Most animals are weaned off their own milk once they mature and don’t require it any longer.
Isn’t it strange then that
Pianist and author, Dr Will Tuttle talks to Angela Paljor about the benefits of following a diet which is free of animal produce
Poor infrastructutre, hard flooring, improper lighting, repeated breeding is not something unknown to the cow sheds — be it big or small.
“We want to encourage people to question
Summary: “Presently, through the Gujarat Municipalities Act, 1963, municipal bodies issue licenses to such dairies in urban areas. This included seven big dairies (with 100 or more cattle) and eleven such units which were selling milk “opportunistically” to cooperatives or private players depending on whichever paid them more.Around 49 %
MUMBAI, OCTOBER 27:
Picture-perfect images of cows on green pastures belie the cruelty inflicted on them in an increasingly space-deprived dairy industry, alleges the Federation of Indian Animal Protection Organisations (FIAPO), which has called for stricter norms in the interest of public health and family welfare.
In its report, Cattle-ogue,
CHENNAI: The Federation of Indian Animal Protection Organisations (FIAPO) is demanding that central and state governments regulate dairy farms in India after a study conducted by it has revealed the shocking state in which cattle is kept and the inhumane practices that are followed in these farms.
The results of