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  • PETA Youth and Furtados Have Guitar Giveaway

    Written by PETA

    guitar.JPGHere is Janhavi, winner of the Month of Rock contest with her prize…a brand new Granada Guitar, graciously donated by Furtados. For your chance to win other goodies, do check out our other contests.

  • Contest: Win Free Copies of 'Fine Tuned Disaster'!

    Written by PETA

    www.petaDishoom.com, in association with http://www.split-magazine.com/, gives you a chance to win free CDs of 'Fine Tuned Disaster' — an 18-song metal compilation featuring some of India’s best metal outfits: Pin Drop Violence, Skincold, Scribe, Bhayanak Maut, Amidst The Chaos and Bitchslap.All you need to do is answer a simple question. Click here http://split-magazine.com/contests/petadishoom-feb07/index.php to enter the contest!Note: The contest is open to Indian residents only.

  • PETA Activists Demonstrate in Mumbai to Celebrate Valentines Day

    Written by PETA

    Valentine%20Demo.jpgPETA activists demonstrated in Mumbai, asking passerby to Have a Heart for Animals this Valentines Day. The demo focused on how animals need our love, not only the animals on the streets or in shelters, but also those animals that lead miserable lives for meat, leather, in laboratories and for the entertainment industry. You too can stand up for animals by joining our Street Team. Log on here and register http://www.petadishoom.com/streetteam/st_signup.asp

  • PETA Youth Rocks PECFEST 2007

    Written by PETA

    TAAQ.jpgPunjab Engineering College celebrated their annual fest PECFEST 2007, and keeping up with our tradition, PETA Youth made an impact there. Activists circulated leaflets on compassionate living, encouraged students to sign-up to become a Street Teamer, gave away stickers, and more.Headlining band of the rock show, Thermal and A Quarter showed their support of animal rights. Saxophone player, Nate, wore a petaDishoom T-shirt (now PETA Youth) while they performed, while base guitarist Rudy wore a Black PETA T-shirt.. 

  • Don't Be Caught Dead in Leather

    Written by PETA

    demo.JPGTraffic stopped and inquisitive onlookers stood by when PETA India recently held a unique protest in which Chennai activists lay in a row of open coffins with a banner placed across them stating, Don’t Be Caught Dead in Leather, to show that dead skin is never fashionable and to raise awareness about how animals are treated before they are turned into leather shoes, bags and other products.

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