Written by Anando Das Gupta   
Thursday, 14 August 2014 19:12

Please Join:
WAH (Walk for Animals and Habitat)
JAAG(JNU Animal Activist Group)PETA(People for Ethical Treatment of Animals) PROTEST AT MINI SECRETARIAT GURGAON AGAINST SLAUGHTER

DATE:21st August 2014

Time:11 am

Venue: Mini Secretariat ,Gurgaon

A bus would pick up participants from the JNU main gate to Gurgaon venue of protest on 21st morning at

9 am.

Contact:Manu Singh 9911089216,Ekta Khandury9312578787, Ankita 9899334662,Ravi Ranjan9999108727,Aimy Dhankar 9654304684.

Lawyer strips woman over dog in Gurgaon PDF Print E-mail
Written by Anando Das Gupta   
Tuesday, 12 August 2014 01:12

This is what india has become..a cess pool of animal haters..this GUPTA SHOULD BE HANGED IN PUBLIC.  Here is the times of india link and the article.

Lawyer strips woman over dog in Gurgaon

GURGAON: A 43-year-old woman, employed in the corporate sector, was beaten up and stripped in full public view by her neighbour, an advocate, and his family members, over an argument about walking her dog in a park adjoining Old DLF area of Sector 14. The victim has been hospitalized. Civil lines police have lodged a case against the lawyer, who is absconding along with his family.

The incident occurred on August 7 when the victim's domestic help Mohan, 18, was walking her dog in the park in the afternoon. The accused, A K Gupta, who also lives near the park, objected to the dog entering the park and hurled abuses at Mohan.

When Mohan tried to pacify him, Gupta picked up an iron rod and started thrashing Mohan and the pet, leaving him with head injuries. On hearing cries of their domestic help, the victim rushed to the spot and tried to intervene.

"When my wife objected to Gupta saying it was not his private road, he caught her by her hair and slapped her several times. Soon, he was joined by his wife and two daughters, who all punched and slapped my wife, and she stared bleeding" alleged Suresh Yadav, the victim's husband.

Yadav, who works at an automobile major, told TOI that Gupta tore her wife's kurta and stripped her. They hit her on her private parts and dragged her into their house, he alleged, continuing that as they kept thrashing his wife, one of Gupta's daughters took pictures of the assault on her mobile phone.

However when other locals gathered and a neighbour offered his wife a piece of cloth to cover herself up, the accused left the spot. "When I heard of the incident, I rushed home and took my wife and Mohan to a nearby private hospital. Mohan has been discharged. My wife is likely to be discharged tomorrow," said Yadav.

Expressing discontent over police action, Yadav claimed Gupta had been caught by the police the same day and later taken to Civil hospital for medical examination after he complained about chest pain. But he disappeared from hospital Friday morning. "How could he escape from police custody? Cops say they are conducting raids to nab Gupta and his family, but it seems there was pressure from the lawyers fraternity," Yadav alleged.

Civil lines police said that a case, under sections 323 (causing hurt), 506 (criminal intimidation) and 354 (assault or criminal force on woman with intent to outrage her modesty) of the IPC, has been lodged and police teams have conducted raids to arrest Gupta. As for the other family members, a decision on whether to arrest them will be taken after the probe is complete, said an official.

e-invite: Launch of DOGS! An Anthology of Comics, 7th August 2014 @ Oxford Bookstore, New Delhi? PDF Print E-mail
Written by Anando Das Gupta   
Tuesday, 05 August 2014 19:44

Dear Fellow doglover's,

Do come for this event .

I will be giving a short talk on Sai Ashram Animal Shelter and the proceeds from the sales of the comics will come to the animals currently staying at the shelter.
It's a great initiative and I would love to see you in person!
Warmly ,
Mudita Chandra
Sai Ashram Animal Shelter
30 Satbari Farms,
Gaushala Road,
Chattarpur Mandir Road,
New Delhi
Directions- Take a left from Daffodil Hotel,Continue to go ahead for 1.5 kms and the shelter comes up on your left.

Please do come for our launch, and do circulate widely :)

‘DOGS!’ is an anthology of comics dedicated to life’s canine companions. It features artists and writers from both India and the U.S.

Aditya Dipankar | Aniruddha Sen Gupta| Cristina Mezuk | Dyuti Mittal | Jack Zaloga | Jeremy Stoll | Mindy Indy | Orijit Sen | Patrick Goussy | Prayas Abhinav | Priya Kuriyan | Pia Hazarika | Shohei Emura | Vidyun Sabhaney

‘DOGS!’ is the second endeavour of Captain Bijli Comics, a comics publishing project based in New Delhi which aims to promote collaboration amongst comics creators and develop new content and dialogue in comics. Visit: captainbijli to know more.

View previews here: media/set/ ?set=a.697552353608860.1073 741826.465376016826496&typ e=3

Date & Venue: 7th August 2014 @ Oxford Bookstore, New Delhi.
Time: 6:30 pm.

Vidyun Sabhaney

People for Paws PDF Print E-mail
Written by Anando Das Gupta   
Thursday, 31 July 2014 21:09

From: people for paws < This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it >

Hi friends...I along with my friends have started with a group called People for Paws...we are based in Delhi and working very hard to give the stray animals a better life. We are college students and recently had our first campaign to help the animals in need. Please join us in our movement of spreading awareness and giving the abandoned pets a loving home. We also help in adoptions and other needs.

Also as we are shortly coming up with our official website, we would like you to share your experience and pictures as an animal lover. You can describe your experiences with your pets or any related matter to share with the world.

Send us your articles at  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Your support will be appreciated.

Namishtah Arora
People for paws
(A generous act. A benefited life.)
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twitter: @PeopleForPawsIn

Written by Hiranmay Karlekar   
Thursday, 31 July 2014 20:56

Another very nice article by hiranmay da


Thursday, 31 July 2014 | Hiranmay Karlekar | in Oped

The man-animal arbitrary divide justifies the worst form of atrocities that humans commit on animals. It leads to a mindset that then turns viciously on mankind

In Nobel prize-winning author JM Coetzee's The Lives of Animals, Elizabeth Costello, the principal protagonist, said during a lecture, “Let me say it openly, we are surrounded by an enterprise of degradation, cruelty and killing, which rivals anything that the Third Reich was capable of, indeed, dwarfs it, in that ours is an enterprise without end, self-regenerating, bringing rabbits, rats, poultry, livestock ceaselessly into the world for the purpose of killing them.”

She was referring to the meat-processing and catering industries' practice of breeding living beings for slaughter but her entire speech in the novel dwelt on human treatment of animals, the essence of which she summed up at one place as “man is godlike, animals thinglike”. Charles Patterson makes same point in, Eternal Treblinka: Our Treatment of Animals and the Holocaust, “The main coping mechanism that humans employed [to justify their treatment of animals] was the adoption of the view that they were separate from and morally superior to, the other animals….The relationship of humans to other beings became what it is today — one of domination, control, and manipulation — with humans making life-or-death decisions concerning what were now ‘their' animals”.

From here, it was a small step to the mindset that demands genocide of an animal category — frequently stray dogs — on the ground that they might bite or otherwise harm people. Incidents of stray dogs killing — or even attacking — human beings are far fewer than those of humans killing others of their species. Nobody, for that reason, calls for their mass slaughter or deportation into forests. Instead, there is a growing cry for humane treatment of human murderers and even the abolition of death penalty.

In the case of stray dogs, even an allegation, however false, leads to a chorus for mass slaughter or exile, or action like the Vadodara municipality's order for the eviction of all stray dogs from the premises of its school, which blatantly violates the Animal Birth Control (Dog) Rules, 2001, the law of the land, which lays down that stray dogs can only be removed for sterilisation and vaccination and, both done, have to be brought back to where they had been taken from.

The actual incident in Vadodara, it is becoming increasingly clear, was very different from what was projected in a section of the media which has been carrying a murderous campaign against stray dogs. The girl, who had allegedly been mauled by a pack of stray dogs, had accidentally stepped on the tail of a sleeping dog. The latter barked suddenly and jumped in self-defence (which resulted in the minor injury), in response to which four other dogs started barking. The girl ran in panic (not chased by any dog) and hit her head against a tree resulting in an injury.

Media's distorted coverage of the incident is a result of bias and hatred, and the unquestioning acceptance of their version by a majority of people is attributable to their ignorance — and consequently fear — of animals and the tendency to regard them as a category distinct from, and less than equal to, humans who could do with them as they pleased. The same approach was in evidence in the indescribably savage manner in which pigs were caught by policemen in Kolkata, dumped into trucks and removed to the city's dumping ground for rubbish, where some of them were found dead presumably because of overcrowding during transportation.

The pigs were thus exiled because they were ‘hosts’ of the Japanese encephalitis virus, an outbreak of which had occurred in North Bengal. But even if preventive action was justified in Kolkata, was it necessary to have conducted the removal so cruelly? Would they have been so treated had they been humans?

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