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China's zoo shuts down over starving animals

A private zoo in Chongqing in China was ordered to suspend operations after the media reported about the poor living conditions of animals.The zoo, which housed over 20 animals including a lion, black bear and several monkeys, has attracted vitriol online ... Prokerala, 2 months ago

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Condition of Dalits, Adivasis pitiable in Gujarat: Mayawati

With Gujarat gearing up for the Assembly elections later this year, BSP chief Mayawati today alleged Dalits were living in pitiable condition in the state and that they should "unite and uproot" the BJP in the upcoming polls. "The condition of Dalits, ...
 Business Standard20 hours ago

Yes, giving money to very poor people will make their lives better — just ask Ecuador

Is eradicating poverty, a goal the United Nations’ hopes to achieve by 2030, actually feasible? New research out of Ecuador says yes – if governments are willing to pay for it. According to a United Nations University (UNU) - Merit study of Ecuador’s ...
 Sify2 days ago

SP dares Mayawati to remove conditions imposed on Anand Kumar

[India] Apr. 14 (ANI): Hours after Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supremo Mayawati made Anand Kumar the party vice-president, the Samajwadi Party on Friday dared the former Uttar Pradesh chief minister to remove the conditions imposed on her brother. Samajwadi ...
 Sify2 weeks ago
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Victorias banned, rehab of men and horses still a far cry

Families who used to make a living out of driving the famed ‘Victorias’ in Mumbai struggle to make ends meet. IMAGE: In June 2015, the high court directed the Mumbai's civic body to put a complete stop on the Victorias, brining an end to the  rhythmic trots of the horses. Photograph: PTI Photo It is over a year since Mumbai’s iconic horse-driven carriages, famed as Victorias, have been banned by the Bombay high court, holding their operation as cruelty to animals.
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Asha Kiran workers raise a stink about filthy conditions

It’s not just the mentally-ill inmates of Asha Kiran who are victims of unhygienic conditions at the home. The filthy surroundings are also taking a toll on the staff members there, some of whom have been hit by diseases like tuberculosis, chickenpox, ...
 DNA2 months ago

Australian fashion retailers graded poorly on labour rights

Australian fashion retailers are not paying enough attention to the conditions of workers who are providing them materials and creating their products, said a report on Wednesday.The report highlighted worrying statistics for those businesses who source their ...
 Prokerala1 week ago

Living on the edge: are America’s deportation laws traumatising immigrants?

On February 21 2017, a man committed suicide in Mexico . The 25-year-old had recently been deported from the United States, and he threw himself off a bridge in Tijuana, Baja California, just kilometres from the US border. His case demonstrates the fearful, ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago
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IPL 2017: Why RCB are anything but Royal and far from being Challengers

Over-dependance on skipper Virat Kohli, AB de Villiers and Chris Gayle in the absence of a solid back-up plan has been the primary reason for Royal Challengers Bangalore's poor show in the on-going Indian Premier League. Despite being a team game, cricket in ...
 DNA5 hours ago
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'Make sure the truth is on your side'

'The size or economic potential of no event can be a valid excuse to break the law of the land.' IMAGE: Army soldiers paint railings on a pontoon bridge laid in the waters of the Yamuna river to reach the venue of the World Culture Festival on the banks of the river in New Delhi. Photograph: Anindito Mukherjee/Reuters "Make sure the truth is on your side," says environmental activist Manoj Mishra who went up against Sri Sri Ravi Shankar and his organisation, Art of Living, in a bid to ...
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