In a major relief to bullocks forced to race by their innumerable owners, who take pride in exhibiting or selling them after subjecting them to much torture, the Bombay High Court on Monday quashed
Conservation measures have taken away the traditional livelihoods of nomadic tribes in Karnataka.
Animal rights protection bodies have taken a strong notice of the horrific details of deaths of hundreds of monkeys at the Gopalpur sterilisation centre in Kangra and demanded a judicial probe into
A notification issued by the Government of India banning the use of bulls as performing animals has cast a shadow of uncertainty over the adrenaline pumping bullock cart races at the 76th Kila Raip
As Hindus gear up to celebrate naag panchami on Thursday, the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) today urged them to discourage atrocities against the reptile and report snake charm
Scientific experiments using monkeys should continue in the UK subject to rigorous safeguards, according to a review of research over a 10-year period.
Mumbai: In light of the ministry of food and civil supplies’ failure to implement the ban on bullock carts transporting kerosene on Mumbai’s streets despite the government decision two years ago to
Testing household products on animals would be banned, under efforts to reduce experimentation on animals unveiled by the government on Monday.
Lynne Featherstone, Home Office minister, announced a consultation on plans to prohibit licences on
A Nature survey shows the pernicious impact of activism on biomedical scientists. More institutions must offer researchers the training they need to stand up for their work. (Editorial)
Researcher by day and activist by night, Joseph Harris was leading an untenable double life that eventually landed him in prison.
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