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Telangana Forest department urge people to have a safe Nag panchami

The Telangana state forest department has urged the local people to participate in a safer Nag panchami festival from the perspective of the use of live snakes and has requested them to discourage the same. In support with Humane Society International/India and other NGOs, the state government of Telangana has initiated a public awareness drive wherein it is declared that strict actions shall be taken against those in violation of the same. The violations shall include the possession of live snakes and causing harm to it. Image Source : srisrilara.blogspot.com Every year during this festival of…

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Government issues ID cards to people who feed stray animals

Get yourself a Government Identification Card if you feed and take care of strays

It is a common act to see animal lovers face discrimination from the society in multi-fold ways as people tend to harass them by lude comments and grave stares as if they might be committing some sin, which on the other hand is just a task of feeding a hungry animal. Keeping in mind such bigotry behaviour, the AWBI has come up with a way to boost up the confidence of such animal lovers and promote animal welfare at the same time. As animal lovers have seen a rise in their numbers, so has…

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life of an animal lover Pet Talk 

Life of an Animal Lover

“Until one has loved an animal; a part of one’s soul remains unawakened”. Animal lovers around the world have been known to leave no stone unturned when it comes to the show of their love and affection towards animals. Animals are such beings who would love endlessly and selflessly if given an ounce of care and attention. They are devoid of any ill-feelings that humans impose on each other. An animal lover has a unique way of living as they dedicate their lives to the betterment of those who cannot speak for themselves. Let us…

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Horse carriages banned in Mumbai

Image Courtesy : Indianexpress.com An effort by various animal rights activists that finally urged the Maharashtra Government to put a ban on the use of horses for joy rides in decked-up horse carriages from the streets of Mumbai will finally get into action starting this June. Locally known by the name “Victoria”, these carriages have known to be spectacular tourist attraction around the Gateway of India premises. The tradition of carriage ride all adorned with silver paintings,lights and artifacts of all hues and colors, has been follwed since the British era. Primarily…

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