The assault on ecosystems that has resulted in many other disasters in the past and the current coronavirus crisis, has somewhat made mankind realize the urgency of eradicating wildlife trade to prevent pandemic crisis in the future. According to Lee Hannah, senior scientist at Conservation
Eugene Bostick, an 80-year-old man from Fort Worth, Texas has built a working train for the dogs he has rescued over time. He has no name for the train, so we can call it the ‘Dog-Train’. Bostick retired 15-years ago, and he lives down on
Delhi High Court, while hearing a PIL filed by NGOs Nyaya Bhoomi and the Society For Public Cause seeking removal of stray dogs after claiming them to be complete menace, observed that life of both human and animal is equally important. Stray dogs can’t be
Most of the Indian cities complain about rise in stray animal population. While in cities like Shimla in Himachal Pradesh, monkey menace troubles public, in Kerala, it has always been about stray dogs.