On the occasion of World Milk Day on June 1, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), urged people to shun milk from their diet, stressing that the dairy industry was wreaking cruelty on cattle daily, to maximise milk production.

VET COLLEGE : PETA steps in after students complain; class put on hold, then goes ahead For years, the anatomy course at the Bombay Veterinary College has included the dissection of a buffalo calf on the Goregaon campus.

Rampant industrialisation will not go down well with the fish-lovers of West Bengal if People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) reports are to be believed. Fish is served at every Bengali festival and the way it is consumed by the community across the world leaves no doubt that perhaps only the rosogulla and football can come close to be dubbed as even distant competition.

Panaji: People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), an international NGO, has claimed that a port in Kerala was selling sharks, whose sale is banned in India.

Panaji: Endangered sharks are being

A Goan swears by his fish, curry and rice! But the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals have urged Goans to leave fish off their plates for good. PETA asserts fish that the people of the State consume may be containing deadly chemical toxins.

Mumbai Seafood in the city could be brought from severely polluted waters and contains several toxic chemicals, a one-year study done by the People for Ethical Treatment of Animals has revealed.

The Rajasthan April 1: The Rajasthan high court has banned the use of iron goads to control elephants and issued guidelines in this regard. The court ruled that if any elephant owner is found violating the guidelines, his/her ownership certificate will be cancelled. The court passed this judgement while hearing a petition filed by an animal lover.

MUMBAI: Animal experts have stated that continuously teasing zoo animals, especially large animals like elephants, and trespassing into their territories are the main provocations that cause the animals to react, sometimes fatally.

NEW DELHI: For her commitment to provide shelter to homeless animals, 12-year-old aspiring veterinarian Laura Moll has bagged the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals's