Crop damage caused by animals is of understandable concern to farmers. What they don’t, or can’t, sometimes sympathize with is the extent to which human population has depleted the food source for wildlife, leaving them with nothing at all if they don’t raid the nearby fields. Environment Trust suggests physical
In a classic example of “sensationalizing journalism” a writer from a reputed media house recently wrote an article, capitalising on human fears and horrors of dogs by referring to street dogs as a “menace,” by using the word “feasting” in an unsupported accusation of dog mauling, and by not mentioning
The second edition of the Pune Vegan Fest, held on 4th & 5th March 2017, saw a myriad of events, activities and shopping opportunities ranging from health products, apparel, cosmetics, household products, this 2 day festival showcased, as well as benchmarked new age veganism in India! Veganism is not the
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
The State Government once again pursuant to the High Court Judgment in writ petition no. 347/1996 has directed that all types of animals fights including Bull fights/Dhirios are prohibited in the State of Goa and if any person violating the above order passed by the High Court shall be liable
Bareilly, 27th February 2017: Another case of pure negligence by the municipal corporation of Bareilly district has led to a human-dog conflict in the city. The Federation of Indian Animal Protection Organisation (FIAPO) has asked the Sub-Divisional Magistrate of Bareilly to look into the matter and implement a large-scale Animal
New Delhi, 23rd February 2017: In a major development, the Central Zoo Authority (CZA) has written to the Animal Welfare Division of the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF&CC), saying that it ‘fully supports’ the proposal to stop use of elephants to perform in circuses.This decision holds furthermore significance in
Central Zoo Authority Urges to #EndCircusSuffering for Elephants!
End Circus Cruelty!
New Delhi, 23rd February 2017: In a major development, the Central Zoo Authority (CZA) has written to the Animal Welfare Division of the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF&CC), saying that it ‘fully supports’ the proposal to stop use of elephants
Delhi, 22th February 2017:In light of the recent incident at Tarn Taran district, the Federation of Indian Animal Protection Organisation (FIAPO) has asked the Municipal Corporation of Amritsar to implement a large-scale Animal Birth Control programme to provide a long-term solution that ensures human and animal welfare instead of resorting