PETA India Remembers Our Volunteer,Anu Vidya

Anu Vidya was an adventurer. She was an avid trekker and planned to scale Mount Everest. Sadly, she recently lost her life in a forest fire along with several …

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‘Tiger’, ‘Zebra’, and ‘Giraffe’ Warn That Eating Meat Contributes to Species Extinction

What does being vegan have to do with saving a jaguar? A lot. Body-painted as a tiger, a zebra, and a giraffe, respectively, three PETA India supporters gathered in …

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Aindrita Ray Honoured with PETA Award For Standing Up to Dog Abuse

Actor stopped construction worker from abusing puppies.

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PETA India Honours ‘Grihalakshmi’ for Recognising Human Breast Milk as Optimal for Infants’ Health

Today, International Women’s Day, PETA India is honoring Malayalam magazine Grihalakshmi with it’s 2018 Good Mother Award for highlighting the importance of human breast milk to infants’ health. The …

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Actor Parvathy Nair Stars in New PETA Campaign Ahead Of World Spay Day

Nimir actor and rescued pup urge everyone to adopt from a shelter or the street.

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Suspected US High School Shooter Has Reported History of Animal Abuse

Stephanie Bell, senior director of cruelty casework at PETA US, has commented in response to reports that the suspected gunman in the tragic Florida high school shooting previously used …

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PETA India Demands Action Against Illegal Kambala Races

With the Supreme Court likely to hear the stay application of PETA India regarding kambala races on 12 February, we sent letters to the Superintendents of Police (SPs) for …

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PETA India Uses Science to Urge IIT Bombay to Go Vegan

After the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay clarified that, contrary to reports, it has not banned non-vegetarian foods, PETA India sent it a letter asking, “[W]hy not?” In …

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Sonakshi Sinha Calls for Release of Jaipur Elephant

Bollywood star urges forest minister to confiscate elephant ‘Number 44’ after tourist reports violent beating.

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Here’s Proof That Disregard for Animals in Jallikattu Leads to Disregard for Humans

Over a period of six years, between 2008 and 2014, 43 people lost their lives during jallikattu, and since the spectacle has been permitted again in 2017, at least …

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