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  • Indore: IMC sets six-month target to sterilise all stray dogs

    Indore: Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) has set an uphill target of sterilising all stray dogs in the city in next six months. “We need to do that. If needed, we will rope in more agencies for the purpose,” municipal commissioner Ashish Singh said during a review meeting on Thursday.

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    Six-year-old boy mauled to death by stray dogs

    Muzaffarnagar: A six-year-old boy was killed by a pack of stray dogs at Kutesra village in the district last evening, police said. The deceased Akram has gone to fields where the dogs attacked him, said an official of the Charthawal Police Station. Some women working in the fields tried to save him but in vain and he died on the spot, the police said.

  • Ujjain: Stray dogs attack 9 children in different areas

    Ujjain: Stray dogs and stray cattle are back in news. Nine children fell prey to dog bites in different areas of the city. People have held the civic body responsible for rising incidents of dogs biting people.

  • Bhopal: Dog menace: BMC toying with the idea of launching dog shelters

    Bhopal: Dog menace has become a cause of concern for denizens as with each passing day the numbers of canines on the city streets are increasing. Death of a 15-month-old boy, who was mauled to death in Gautam Nagar area recently, is one of the many cases of the stray dog nuisance. The rising incidents have exposed the inability of the civic authority to controlling the increasing population of the stray dogs

  • Bhopal: 18-month-old boy killed by stray dogs

    Bhopal: An 18-month-old boy was attacked and killed by stray dogs in Old Bhopal outside his house, police said today. The shocking incident occurred yesterday under the Gautam Nagar Police Station area when Shaikh Raza was outside his house, they said.

  • Mumbai: BMC plans to make city’s streets free from cattle & stray dogs in next 3 years

    Mumbai: The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) plans to make Mumbai city free from street cattles and stray dogs, therefore civic corporation would soon set up veterinary centres. Also they  will hire eleven permanent doctors and seven doctor on contract basis at this veterinary centers which will be set up in western, central and eastern suburb of Mumbai. A senior civic official from the veterinary department stated they want to make Mumbai free

  • Aware Indore’s drive for capping pet dog numbers in city

    Indore: For controlling population of stray dogs, NGO ‘Aware Indore’ conducted a sterilisation drive in various parts of the city. While animal activists often raise issues about animal rights and fair treatments, the NGO feels that controlling population of stray dogs is the best way to work on root level.

  • Navi Mumbai: Company responsible for turning dogs blue shut down

    The mystery of stray dogs in Taloja turning blue has been solved. It has turned out to be that a factory was dumping its untreated waste in the Kasadi river. The dye was dumped in the river by the factory which turned dogs into blue. But on Tuesday, the Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB) has taken action against the firm that released the dye into the water and shut down the factory.

  • Bhopal: Stray dogs are not a menace if taken care of

    Bhopal: Stray dogs give us bad memories often when we are riding a two-wheeler and find one chasing us or coming in front from nowhere. Experts say a dog marks its territory and hates trespassing. Whenever a bike enters its area it becomes a case of encroachment after which the dog chases the vehicle just to drive it away.

  • Indore: How a chance meet turns into lifelong love for stray dogs

    Indore: Meet the 26-year-old café owner from city, Nidhi Kale, who found her happiness and pleasure in serving stray dogs. Her passion for the innocent animal has brought change in many such lives, otherwise starving on streets. Sharing her inspiring story, Nidhi said “My journey with all my babies began with a small incident, which I love talking about.” And she went on…

  • Ouch! 6 stray dogs attacked Kannada Actress Parul Yadav

    In an unfortunate incident, Kannada actress Parul Yadav was attacked by a pack of stray dogs on Monday evening in Mumbai. According to reports, Parul was taking her pet dog for a walk and suffered serious injuries while trying to protect her pet from stray dogs.

  • Bhopal: Stray dogs chasing frightened kids is routine in this park

    BHOPAL : The main gate of the Malviya Nagar Park has become the dumping site of garbage as Bhopal Municipal Corporation (BMC) has placed a garbage container just beside the gate. Moreover, haphazardly parked vehicles block the entrance to the park.  Localites have demanded shifting of the garbage container and systematic parking.

  • Ujjain: Gamblers, stray dogs, cows populate Jawahar Bal Udyan

    BHOPAL : The gate of the Jawahar Bal Udyan at Link Road Number 2 looks any other park. But enter inside and instead of kids playing and adults relaxing in the Sun, one find young boys playing cards and gambling. People living opposite the park avoid visiting the place and do not let their children play there in the evenings.

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    47 stray dogs allegedly poisoned to death in Coimbatore

    Coimbatore (Tamil Nadu): Carcasses of 47 stray dogs, that were allegedly poisoned, were found on a by-pass road in Coimbatore yesterday. The dogs from Kamatchipuram village were reportedly taken for sterilization. But three days later, they were discovered lying dead with their mouth and limbs tied, 30 kilometres from the village. The incident angered animal rights activists who blamed the village head for the alleged killing of the dogs. The dogs did not come back.

  • Kerala government meeting discusses stray dogs’ menace

    Thiruvananthapuram: Faced with the menace of stray dogs and dog bite cases in Kerala, the state government held a meeting on Tuesday to discuss the problem and find ways to overcome it.

  • Police rescue 26 stray dogs from Delhi house

    New Delhi: Twenty-six malnourished stray dogs that were confined to a house in the capital were rescued by Delhi Police, officials said Monday.

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