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SMC’s dog sterilization project lands in trouble
The Times of India
Date: 2014-08-20

"The residents have reported the issue to us and we will do the needful. The locals should co-operate with us to tackle the issue of dog menace in the city," said Praful Mehta, in-charge market superintendent, who is looking after the ABC programme.

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Wildlife body voices concern over leopard poaching in India
No Animal Poaching
Date: 2014-08-20

India, highlighted several times in this review for best practices and exemplary implementation of the Resolution, has made progress in conserving tigers and reducing poaching, with an increasing tiger population and declining levels of reported poaching and seizures."
 

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Unpopular animals vanishing from poachers in India
Nhat Net
Date: 2014-08-20

This new strategy had just been discovered by some animal rights activists in India after noticing that some species’ population are dwindling.

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Activists, locals irked over corporator’s ‘stray’ comment
The Times of India
Date: 2014-08-20

Activists have vented their ire on social media and posted several comments criticizing the corporator on social networking sites.

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PDFA to Introduce Pure Milk in Punjab
The Dairy Site
Date: 2014-08-19

 The dairy firm will use latest technology to milk the cattle and process and store the milk.

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The dairy firm will use latest technology to milk the cattle and process and store the milk.
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Indian poachers threaten lesser-known animals
Times Daily.com
Date: 2014-08-19

Wildlife specialists say the growing affluence of China, Vietnam and other Southeast Asian countries has helped drive the demand for exotic animals. Some are kept as pets, while others are eaten for their purported but questionable medicinal or aphrodisiacal properties.
 

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Gurgaon is such an animal unfriendly zone
The Times of India
Date: 2014-08-19

Reportedly, the victim's neighbour first injured her servant who was walking their pet and, on her (the victim's) intervention, took her inside the house and assaulted her, both mentally and physically.

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Monkey business ends at Hyderabad airport
The Times of India
Date: 2014-08-19

While on Sunday night the monkey climbed out of its hiding place, somewhere inside the duct of air-conditioner, and headed straight for a packet of chocolates kept on display at a bookstore in the domestic terminal, the sweet treat didn't seem to have satisfied its appetite. So, with in a few hours it was back again at the same store, this time aiming for a pack of almonds.

 

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Raju the crying elephant meets new family at animal sanctuary
Daily News
Date: 2014-08-13
His new family members, collectively dubbed the "Herd of Hope," were all rescued by the Wildlife SOS charity, which also saved Raju from a life of "hell" during a nighttime raid early July.
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India Plans To Round Up Stray Dogs… And Give Them All Jobs
The Dodo
Date: 2014-08-13
Most of the dogs will be paired with handlers from the city’s new "May I Help You?" security force, to serve as guard dogs ensuring public safety throughout the sprawling city.
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