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'Cruelty To Animals' - 27 News Result(s)

  • Charge Of Molestation, Animal Cruelty In Delhi Society Names DLF Builders

    Charge Of Molestation, Animal Cruelty In Delhi Society Names DLF Builders

    DLF Builders, JLL security company and eight residents of a high-profile housing society in New Delhi have been named in a complaint alleging molestation, cruelty to animals and charges of allegedly assaulting three other residents, including two women, for feeding stray dogs, police said on Friday.

  • Thane Man Caught On CCTV Throwing 3 Kittens Into Fire, They Survived

    Thane Man Caught On CCTV Throwing 3 Kittens Into Fire, They Survived

    A 32-year-old man was arrested by Thane rural police on Thursday for allegedly trying to burn three kittens alive at the housing society in suburbs of Mumbai where he lived.

  • Thane Man Arrested For Allegedly Throwing, Killing Cat From Highrise Flat

    Thane Man Arrested For Allegedly Throwing, Killing Cat From Highrise Flat

    A 64-year-old resident of Ghodbunder Road in Thane was arrested today for allegedly killing a cat by throwing it from his 14th floor flat last month, the police said. Kasarwadavli police has filed a case against the accused, identified as Shivram Panchal under Cruelty to Animals Act,1960

  • 4 Puppies Burnt Alive In Front Of Helpless Mother In Hyderabad

    4 Puppies Burnt Alive In Front Of Helpless Mother In Hyderabad

    In a horrific instance of cruelty, four puppies near Hyderabad were burnt alive on Saturday. It is not known who, or how many people set the puppies on fire. The police are examining CCTV footage of the area to find out who is responsible for carrying out such an inhuman act.

  • 41 Dead Animals Found Inside A 'Closed For Maintenance' Pet Store

    41 Dead Animals Found Inside A 'Closed For Maintenance' Pet Store

    Police were called to Macomb Pet Land on Saturday and made a disturbing discovery: That the power had been turned off and that 41 of the animals were dead. The pet store owner was charged with aggravated cruelty to animals and was later released on a $10,000 bond.

  • They Threw Bricks At Kangaroos In China Zoo To Get Them To Jump. One Died

    They Threw Bricks At Kangaroos In China Zoo To Get Them To Jump. One Died

    Visitors to a zoo in southeastern China killed one kangaroo and injured another by throwing bricks at them in an attempt to get a reaction from the big marsupials, state media reported. Visitors to the zoo were known to try to provoke the Australia marsupials to get them to hop

  • 46 Cows Die Due To Pneumonia, Starvation At Andhra Pradesh Cattle Shelter

    46 Cows Die Due To Pneumonia, Starvation At Andhra Pradesh Cattle Shelter

    Rains in the city filled the cattle protection centre, run by the Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA), with slush and led to poor sanitary conditions, leaving the cattle in a hapless situation.

  • Cattle Sale Ban Intended To Animal Welfare: Government

    Cattle Sale Ban Intended To Animal Welfare: Government

    The ban on sale and purchase of cattle from animal markets for slaughter was intended at the welfare of animals and tackling illegal sale and smuggling, the government has informed the Lok Sabha.

  • Meghalaya Assembly Passes Unanimous Resolution Against Cattle Trade Rule

    Meghalaya Assembly Passes Unanimous Resolution Against Cattle Trade Rule

    The Meghalaya assembly on Monday passed a unanimous resolution, asking the Centre to withdraw its cattle trade rules, which ban the sale and purchase of cattle in animal markets for slaughter. The resolution said the rules were "beyond the scope and object" set out in the Preamble of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1960, and was thus infr...

  • Lizard Found Inside Bag Of Broccoli, Survived Flight From Spain To Scotland

    Lizard Found Inside Bag Of Broccoli, Survived Flight From Spain To Scotland

    A lizard survived a flight from Spain to Scotland after getting trapped inside a bag of broccoli. The Iberian wall lizard was found at a supermarket in Lanarkshire. According to the Scottish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, the lizard was discovered by an employee at the store on May 11.

  • Opinion: Modi Government Seeks To Impose A Food Code On Indians

    Opinion: Modi Government Seeks To Impose A Food Code On Indians

    The attempts to impose a food code on Indians by the saffron brigade has now been taken forward by the central government in the form of an atrocious amendment to the Rules under the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act. Issued on May 25, on the eve of the celebrations of the completion of three years of the Modi Government, it symbolizes the irrat...

  • Cruelty To Animals? 3 Men Transporting Buffaloes Beaten, Arrested In Delhi

    Cruelty To Animals? 3 Men Transporting Buffaloes Beaten, Arrested In Delhi

    Three men transporting buffaloes who were roughed up last night in posh South Delhi, allegedly by activists of an animal rights group, were arrested by the Delhi Police today. They were later released on bail and a case of cruelty to animals, which carries a five-year jail term and a fine, has been filed against them. A case has been filed against ...

  • After PETA Report On Cruelty To Chickens, A Glimpse Of Haryana's Poultry Farms

    After PETA Report On Cruelty To Chickens, A Glimpse Of Haryana's Poultry Farms

    Animal rights activist PETA has recently released a video that reveals the cruel treatment given to chicks and chickens at hatcheries across India. The video "From Shell to Hell" says male chicks and the weak ones are killed instantly through various gruesome processes.

  • Kambala Back Despite Cruelty Claims, Karnataka Assembly Amends Law

    Kambala Back Despite Cruelty Claims, Karnataka Assembly Amends Law

    Following in the steps of neighbouring Tamil Nadu, Karnataka has made a move to make the banned buffalo-racing sport Kambala legal again. On Monday, the state assembly passed a bill that would amend the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act to allow the sport following huge protests in the state. The move was backed by all parties, which had made it...

  • Tamil Nadu Assembly Unanimously Passes Jallikattu Bill

    Tamil Nadu Assembly Unanimously Passes Jallikattu Bill

    Amid continuing protests over jallikattu across the state, Tamil Nadu Assembly today unanimously passed an amendment bill for conducting the bull taming sport without any hindrance.

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'Cruelty To Animals' - 27 News Result(s)

  • Charge Of Molestation, Animal Cruelty In Delhi Society Names DLF Builders

    Charge Of Molestation, Animal Cruelty In Delhi Society Names DLF Builders

    DLF Builders, JLL security company and eight residents of a high-profile housing society in New Delhi have been named in a complaint alleging molestation, cruelty to animals and charges of allegedly assaulting three other residents, including two women, for feeding stray dogs, police said on Friday.

  • Thane Man Caught On CCTV Throwing 3 Kittens Into Fire, They Survived

    Thane Man Caught On CCTV Throwing 3 Kittens Into Fire, They Survived

    A 32-year-old man was arrested by Thane rural police on Thursday for allegedly trying to burn three kittens alive at the housing society in suburbs of Mumbai where he lived.

  • Thane Man Arrested For Allegedly Throwing, Killing Cat From Highrise Flat

    Thane Man Arrested For Allegedly Throwing, Killing Cat From Highrise Flat

    A 64-year-old resident of Ghodbunder Road in Thane was arrested today for allegedly killing a cat by throwing it from his 14th floor flat last month, the police said. Kasarwadavli police has filed a case against the accused, identified as Shivram Panchal under Cruelty to Animals Act,1960

  • 4 Puppies Burnt Alive In Front Of Helpless Mother In Hyderabad

    4 Puppies Burnt Alive In Front Of Helpless Mother In Hyderabad

    In a horrific instance of cruelty, four puppies near Hyderabad were burnt alive on Saturday. It is not known who, or how many people set the puppies on fire. The police are examining CCTV footage of the area to find out who is responsible for carrying out such an inhuman act.

  • 41 Dead Animals Found Inside A 'Closed For Maintenance' Pet Store

    41 Dead Animals Found Inside A 'Closed For Maintenance' Pet Store

    Police were called to Macomb Pet Land on Saturday and made a disturbing discovery: That the power had been turned off and that 41 of the animals were dead. The pet store owner was charged with aggravated cruelty to animals and was later released on a $10,000 bond.

  • They Threw Bricks At Kangaroos In China Zoo To Get Them To Jump. One Died

    They Threw Bricks At Kangaroos In China Zoo To Get Them To Jump. One Died

    Visitors to a zoo in southeastern China killed one kangaroo and injured another by throwing bricks at them in an attempt to get a reaction from the big marsupials, state media reported. Visitors to the zoo were known to try to provoke the Australia marsupials to get them to hop

  • 46 Cows Die Due To Pneumonia, Starvation At Andhra Pradesh Cattle Shelter

    46 Cows Die Due To Pneumonia, Starvation At Andhra Pradesh Cattle Shelter

    Rains in the city filled the cattle protection centre, run by the Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA), with slush and led to poor sanitary conditions, leaving the cattle in a hapless situation.

  • Cattle Sale Ban Intended To Animal Welfare: Government

    Cattle Sale Ban Intended To Animal Welfare: Government

    The ban on sale and purchase of cattle from animal markets for slaughter was intended at the welfare of animals and tackling illegal sale and smuggling, the government has informed the Lok Sabha.

  • Meghalaya Assembly Passes Unanimous Resolution Against Cattle Trade Rule

    Meghalaya Assembly Passes Unanimous Resolution Against Cattle Trade Rule

    The Meghalaya assembly on Monday passed a unanimous resolution, asking the Centre to withdraw its cattle trade rules, which ban the sale and purchase of cattle in animal markets for slaughter. The resolution said the rules were "beyond the scope and object" set out in the Preamble of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1960, and was thus infr...

  • Lizard Found Inside Bag Of Broccoli, Survived Flight From Spain To Scotland

    Lizard Found Inside Bag Of Broccoli, Survived Flight From Spain To Scotland

    A lizard survived a flight from Spain to Scotland after getting trapped inside a bag of broccoli. The Iberian wall lizard was found at a supermarket in Lanarkshire. According to the Scottish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, the lizard was discovered by an employee at the store on May 11.

  • Opinion: Modi Government Seeks To Impose A Food Code On Indians

    Opinion: Modi Government Seeks To Impose A Food Code On Indians

    The attempts to impose a food code on Indians by the saffron brigade has now been taken forward by the central government in the form of an atrocious amendment to the Rules under the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act. Issued on May 25, on the eve of the celebrations of the completion of three years of the Modi Government, it symbolizes the irrat...

  • Cruelty To Animals? 3 Men Transporting Buffaloes Beaten, Arrested In Delhi

    Cruelty To Animals? 3 Men Transporting Buffaloes Beaten, Arrested In Delhi

    Three men transporting buffaloes who were roughed up last night in posh South Delhi, allegedly by activists of an animal rights group, were arrested by the Delhi Police today. They were later released on bail and a case of cruelty to animals, which carries a five-year jail term and a fine, has been filed against them. A case has been filed against ...

  • After PETA Report On Cruelty To Chickens, A Glimpse Of Haryana's Poultry Farms

    After PETA Report On Cruelty To Chickens, A Glimpse Of Haryana's Poultry Farms

    Animal rights activist PETA has recently released a video that reveals the cruel treatment given to chicks and chickens at hatcheries across India. The video "From Shell to Hell" says male chicks and the weak ones are killed instantly through various gruesome processes.

  • Kambala Back Despite Cruelty Claims, Karnataka Assembly Amends Law

    Kambala Back Despite Cruelty Claims, Karnataka Assembly Amends Law

    Following in the steps of neighbouring Tamil Nadu, Karnataka has made a move to make the banned buffalo-racing sport Kambala legal again. On Monday, the state assembly passed a bill that would amend the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act to allow the sport following huge protests in the state. The move was backed by all parties, which had made it...

  • Tamil Nadu Assembly Unanimously Passes Jallikattu Bill

    Tamil Nadu Assembly Unanimously Passes Jallikattu Bill

    Amid continuing protests over jallikattu across the state, Tamil Nadu Assembly today unanimously passed an amendment bill for conducting the bull taming sport without any hindrance.

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