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  • PETA Calls for Boycott of Indian Leather

    Written by PETA

    PETA India and its world-wide affiliates have relaunched a campaign to boycott Indian leather and to encourage consumers to shun all leather. This is after a failure by the government to enforce minimal animal protection laws and a refusal by the Council for Leather Exports to initiate steps to stop its members from supporting illegal slaughterhouses. The campaign has already reaped some success with two US retail giants, Kenneth Cole and Liz Claiborne, informing PETA that they will not sell leather from India. Keep visiting petaDishoom.com to learn how you can help.
  • Yana Gupta Caught in a Bear Hug

    Written by PETA

    Czech Model and actor Yana Gupta is not only a staunch animal lover, but also believes in standing up for their rights.

    No wonder she agreed to do an ad for PETA supporting its campaign against using bears for entertainment. The theme of the ad was Bears are not item numbers. The ad was shot by noted fashion photographer Atul Kasbekar. Here is a pic.

  • Meatrix II features amongst the Funniest things you can find on the internet!

    Written by PETA

    Hey guys, Dishoom has something to cheer about. Meatrix II is rated amongst the funniest animations on the internet. For those who do not know what we are talking about, Meatrix I waged a war against factory farming using the film -The Matrix as an influence. We now have a follow up to this video called The Meatrix II that features the original characters Leo, Moopheus along with the bad guy agent-Louis Fox and Chickity. So, what are you waiting for. Go watch the video http://www.themeatrix.com and have a hearty laugh!
  • Scream

    Written by PETA

    Two years ago, thieves broke into the Munch Museum in Oslo and made off with Norwegian artist Edvard Munchs The Scream - and it has not been seen or heard of since. Now, PETA is offering to replace the priceless artwork with a new Scream by Italian artist Marinella Corregia except for one detail: The screamer in the centre of the nightmarish landscape is still a pale, ghostly figure with a gaping mouth but, instead of skin, Coreggias subject has scales. PETA and Corregia hope that substituting a fish as the tortured victim will raise public awareness about the silent screams of fish who are killed for food and sport.

  • Angel of Death Murders Cow Outside Delhi International Leather Fair

    Written by PETA

    Dressed as the angel of death and slaughtering a cow, members of PETA India remind consumers that animals are murdered for leather.

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