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Dalmatians chained and abused at posh South Mumbai home
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Dalmatians chained and abused at posh South Mumbai home

By Neha LM Tripathi | Posted 1 hour Nirmeet Solanki keeps seven malnourished Dalmatians tied up in his Al-Sabah Court home, with an equally undernourished and unkempt tortoise The art deco Al-Sabah Court building, located in the iconic ... Mid Day, 1 month ago

Delhi's other visitors: civet cats, snakes, monitor lizards

The Capital is no stranger to visitors from the wild, with rescue of various kinds of snakes, including cobra, and other endangered animals being reported from different areas. It is, however, rare for a nilgai to have managed to walk into the ...
 The Hindu19 minutes ago

5-hour operation at Vijay Chowk

It took around five hours for a 10-member team comprising Wildlife SOS Rapid Response Unit and Forest Department officials to rescue a large female nilgai (blue bull) that strayed into the Vijay Chowk lawns on Thursday morning. The animal was ...
 The Hindu19 minutes ago

Nilgai runs amok near Parliament House

The high-security zone around Parliament on Thursday morning had an unusual visitor. A nilgai was spotted running around in a frenzy. The large nilgai or the blue bull (Boselaphus tragocamelus) was spotted by passers-by at Vijay Chowk near ...
 Deccan Herald4 hours ago Oh deer! Nilgai runs amok at Prez House  Times of India5 hours ago

Govt move against reserving seats for Valmikis upheld

In an important decision, Gujarat High Court turned down a plea filed by four candidates seeking subreservations for Valmiki community for teachers' recruitment in government- run schools. Rejecting the plea, Justice J B Pardiwala said that the ...
 AhmedabadMirror.com1 month ago
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This Gujarat Village Is Still Waiting For Acche Din, Villagers Forced To Sell Kidneys To Survive

A thick silence suffocates Pandoli village. The villagers have not got over the shock of finding that 13 men from the village had sold their kidneys illegally to fulfil their basic needs for food, medicines and security. What is worse is that ...
 Indiatimes2 months ago Selling kidneys to feed mouths  AhmedabadMirror.com2 months ago
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