The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) India on Monday released video footage revealing alleged cruelty to bulls at two ‘rekla’ (bullock cart racing) events held in Tamil Nadu earli

Meat industry remains the leading emitter of greenhouse gases that causes climate change and negatively affects species' ability to survive, an animal rights body said here today.

NAGPUR: Despite the National Green Tribunal's (NGT) ban on use of coated strings for flying kites, manja is being sold openly in most markets of the city.

PETA said the move comes at a time when citizens have been campaigning for stricter laws to protect animals following the death of police horse Shaktimaan and other publicised cases of animal abuse

The SC on Monday agreed to hear on January 12 a batch of petitions led by the Animal Welfare Board of India (AWBI), seeking to quash a January 7, 2016 notification issued by the Ministry of Environ

MUMBAI: Nearly 40 abused circus animals gained freedom in the largest ever such operation of government agencies and six animal rights groups in Nanded.

In a first for the country, the Bannerghatta Biological Park (BBP) has set up a 49.5 hectare (122 acres) fenced, forested elephant sanctuary. Elephants can move about freely in the enclosure.

Elephants are still “tortured” in circuses despite a decision by Animal Welfare Board of India last year to ban their registration for performing in such shows, an animal rights group has alleged.

Jackal cubs for sale: 35,000 a pair. Picture to be updated soon.

Welcome to the world of tech-savvy poachers who are now using social networking sites and mobile applications to trade in wild animals, including threatened and protected species.

Mumbai: The Bombay high court on Monday passed a judgment in favour of the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) India by ordering the release of the captive elephant, Sunder.

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