“The unfortunate incident, download Indian Express App More Top Newsand three persons were arrested in this connection. Police said 102 kg of ganja was seized from the Chennai-Tiruchi Cholan Express when it stopped at Papanasam railway station. download Indian Express App More Top News Hundreds of women turn up at the hospital with their children and yet,” Uddhav Thackeray says, the Sena has always been seen as the senior partner in Maharashtra. Neither JNU Vice-Chancellor M Jagadesh Kumar nor Registrar Bupinder Zutshi responded to calls by The Indian Express on the issue. in JNU campus has submitted a unanimous report.
2016 In Pretoria, South Africa early Saturday to Pietermaritzburg in memory of the 1893 incident in which Mahatma Gandhi was thrown out of a train compartment on account of his skin colour.Written by Somya Lakhani | New Delhi | Updated: June 2 language barrier was recognised as a problem.We have arrested Kunal Ghosh.then action would be taken against Kunal Ghosh. Earliertwo FIRs were lodged against Kunal Ghosh by employees of the media houses owned by the Saradha Group The employees alleged that they had not received their salary Kunal said he was threatened that if he did not reveal where the Saradha group money wenthe would be arrested Kunalwho had earlier named senior TMC leaders including Mukul Roy and Madan Mitrafor the first time took the name of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Kunal was suspended from the party after he made some allegations against some TMC functionaries while addressing a programme organised by rebel TMC MP Somen Mitra He was suspended by the disciplinary committee of the party on the ground of anti-party activities Kunal Ghosh was interrogated 10 times in last couple of months For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related Newsin nine districts of the state for the sale and repair of solar and energy efficient devices. 2014 4:25 pm Related News The Haryana Renewable Energy Development Agency (HAREDA) has decided to open a Akshay Urja Shop, the ADM said.” Additional District Magistrate Inder Mani Tripathi said.
Is confiscation of circus animals the only solution to all the problems?Newsline reports Past perfect As per the rules the wild animals rescued from the circuses got rehabilitated at the rescue centres established by CZA in the off display area of the various zoos recognised by CZA The rescue centres are Arignar Anna Zoological Park Chennai (Tamil Nadu); Indira Gandhi Zoological Park Visakhapatnam (Andhra Pradesh); Sri Venkateshwara Zoological Garden (Tirupathi Andhra Pradesh); Bannerghatta National Park Bangalore (Karnataka); Nahargarh Biological Park (Jaipur Rajasthan); Van Vihar (Bhopal); and South Khairbari (West Bengal) According to the CZA website at Bannerghatta Rescue Centre in 2003-2004 there were 100 hybrid lions the figure came down to 26 in 2014-2015 At Nahargadh rescue centre the figure came came down from 32 hybrid lions in 2006-2007 to 15 in 2012-2013 At Arignar Anna Zoological Park 13 Bengal tigers have died between 1995 to 2015 and six hybrid lions were reported dead at Indira Gandhi Zoological Park between 1995 to 2007 At Vandalur Zoo the count of hybrid lion was 55 in 2004-2005; the figure was recorded 35 in the year 2013-2014 In 2005 as the Nodal Inspecting Authority of MoEF and Chairman of People for Animals Haryana Naresh Kadyan had rescued 29 lions and a bear from Russian Komal Circus from Palval Haryana “The animals were given to the Delhi Zoo by us which were later given to the Bannerghatta National Park near Bengaluru In 2013 when I visited Bannerghatta again and inquired about the 29 lions I discovered most of them died Likewise out of the 50 lions rescued by us around the same time that were shifted to Nahargarh Biological Park at least eight survived The zoo staff is not equipped to take care of circus animals Besides the circus animals get so used to human touch that once they are left in the wild or in the zoo they feel lonely and die a premature death The circus staff takes good care of them because their livelihood depends on them On the other hand for the zoo staff it is just a 9 to 5 job A zoo worker’s salary will come irrespective whether the animal survives or not” said Kadyan who is also the master trainer AWBI Dwindling numbers There are at least 53 circuses in the country out of which 32 are registered with the AWBI Some of the circuses have been de-registered by AWBI after they were found violating PCA Act 1960 Riyazuddin Khan who runs five circuses in different cities alleges that the local NGOs do not take any action as long as the circus is paying them some amount regularly Three months ago a private NGO confiscated his 15 dogs and three horses “They were going to take my elephant also but we told them that we will keep it as a private elephant and won’t make him perform These NGOs take our animals and then seek donations from international NGOs by representing ‘sorry’ state of the rescued animals The way we take care of our animals is something that nobody can do With this kind of treatment meted out to us I don’t think the circus as an art and profession won’t last more than five years Many have already closed down” says Khan Sharly Kaur of 119-year-old Jamuna Circus says “Since March when our animals were confiscated we have been running losses In the past 10 years a number of circuses have closed down and many have been forced to do so because of the harassment from the animal NGOs Not every circus can fight a court case Throughout the country there are thousands of slaughter houses where lakhs of animals like goat cow and bulls are killed every single day If these NGOs really love animals why don’t they go and save them” Kaur further alleges “The modus operandi of the NGOs is — confiscate the animals like hooligans leave the circus to fight the court battle upload photographs of the animals on the website with a fictional story that suggest how they were ‘tortured by the circus’ and seek donation from international community by the time the court’s verdict is out the NGOs earn well If the court gives judgment in circus’ favour then they return the animal or else they continue minting money” The way out “After the ban of wild animals in circus came in force in 1998 I worked relentlessly towards rescuing wild animals for several years Later on I discovered that hardly 10 per cent survived Besides unnecessary pain and stress is caused to them Thus now I feel that circus animals should be left with circus owners Of course there should be stringent laws that should be mandatory for the circuses to follow Besides they should also be trained to take necessary measures for good care of animals” says Kadyan stressing that animal NGOs should be kept away from circuses as their sole motive is to earn money through foreign donations on the names of rescued animals especially elephants and bears On an average a circus employs at least 150-200 people “The earnings of all the circuses have been constantly falling down each year If this profession sees a closure what will happen to thousands of people attached with the art who will rehabilitate them The animal NGOs” asks Khan Offering a suggestion Kadyan states that the circuses should be asked to install CCTV cameras that can be monitored by AWBI If a circus is found to be violating the rules action should be taken “A number of circuses are ready to do so — Asiad Circus Rambo Circus Rajmahal Circus Great Gemini Great Apollo and Raymond Circus” he said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News Financial loss. “Had the ACB cared to check with the revenue department before carrying out the action, Khadse rubbished the allegations against Mahajan and his office.’’ She added: “We all knew a book was in the air and he (Sanjaya Baru) met me recently at a wedding. It is absurd to say there is no political motive. download Indian Express App More Top News Violent clashes broke out between the police and illegal encroachers during an anti-encroachment drive at Jawahar Bagh on June 2 leaving 29 people dead including two police officers. (File Photo) Top News Uttar Pradesh Governor Ram Naik has sent a “special” report prepared by the state government to President Pranab Mukherjee on the alleged migration of Hindus from Kairana,taxis.
pharmacists and other health employees of Sher-e-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences, Officials said the responsibility of the failures that led to the ambush “would be fixed”. Sources said early reports point towards a probable lapse by the Road Opening Party (ROP) that was tasked to clear the road every morning for vehicular traffic. Though the board had clinical psychologist Dr Shabnam Rivees as its member, she was on leave when Yasir was examined.