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16 Dead Puppies Found Stuffed In Plastic Waste Bag In Kolkata, Video Of 2 Women Killing Them Raises Furore
[INDIA] --- It is true that human beings don’t deserve dogs. In the past, nerve-racking incidents of animal cruelty have brought to the fore little or no sympathy for them. The lackadaisical approach to implementing strict rules against animal cruelty have further aggravated the situation.

In a heinous crime, seventeen pups were found stuffed in a plastic bag along with an adult dog-probably the mother. Times of India reported that 15 of the 17 puppies are dead while the dog is in a critical condition.

They were found in this terrible condition from the parking lot of NRS Medical college in Kolkata. The incident came to light when a video went viral on social media. Two women could be seen thrashing the puppies. The puppies can be seen quivering and moaning with pain.

The video was recorded from the second/third floor of a hostel building of a state-run dental college. The dog was also found in a brutal condition with its one eye gouged out. It was bleeding profusely and tore open the plastic bag which was meant for plastic waste.



The remaining two puppies were breathing heavily however, one of them died soon at a veterinary clinic. The incident prompted the police to lodge an FIR.

If the two women are found guilty then they can be imprisoned up to five years under IPC Section 429 for killing or maiming animals. Infuriated animal lovers and activists reached the spot however, they weren’t allowed inside the premises.



The police said that they wanted a proper forensic test to be conducted. CCTV footage is also being checked to identify the perpetrators.

Anita Das Basak who runs an animal clinic in Moulali reached the hospital and suspected that the puppies died two days ago. Since some food particles were also recovered from the bag, the vet believed that there is a possibility that the puppies might have been poisoned.



“They could have been poisoned, but the nature of poison can only be known after forensic tests. The puppies and the dog, who could be their mother, had been severely assaulted. The dog has a heavily injured eye,” Basak told TOI.

“Some people are saying two women who were seen approaching from the ladies’ hostel dropped the packets and walked past the main gate. There should have been many people there,” said Prantik Chatterjee, an animal rights activist to TOI.







There are several dogs on the premises and the place from where the carcasses have been recovered is also visited by many people. Different claims were made by different witnesses. However, none of the claims could be verified.

500 people attend last rites of beloved 130-years-old crocodile in Chhattisgarh village
The residents of Bawamohatra, a village in Bemetra district of Chhattisgarh, gathered near the community pond and started weeping after they saw that a crocodile had died.



The over three-metre-long reptile was buried in the village after his last rites were performed by the villagers.

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Woman Drags a Puppy Behind Her Electric Scooter, Leaves it With Bleeding Paws
Animal cruelty seems to to be one of most heinous crimes that we fail to understand the existence of. In a video that has now gone viral, a horrifying incident of a woman was caught. The security cameras of James Dowell captured some infuriating video of a woman dragging a small dog down the road behind an electric scooter. The woman dragged the little puppy behind her electric scooter for the longest of time. The videos of the incident were posted on Facebook by Brandon Sanders day before yesterday, 8th of January. He also posted a picture of the woman holding the puppy with bloody paws and smiling saying, "Shit happens!" The photos and videos have enraged the people online, and rightly so.



According to media reports by Waff48, Brandon Sanders was out riding a bike over the weekend when the woman drove by. He described the scene to the esteemed portal and said. "We watched this awesome human being riding one of the Bird Scooter’s at about 15 MPH dragging this poor dog behind her by a leash." He further explained, "The dog was on its side, and we watched it being drug at least 100 yards and there’s no telling how long she had been dragging it for before we saw her."

It is said that the woman dragging the puppy wasn’t the real owner of the dog. However, the dog is now getting treatment and is back with her family.

The woman’s attorney released a statement that was received by Waff48 read- "We have been 100% cooperative with the Bakersfield Police Department and their investigation. My client loves animals, especially Zebra, the dog who was shown in the video. We are confident that once law enforcement has concluded their investigation that this will be ruled an isolated incident. The dog is doing great and expected to have a full and short recovery."
UK Boy With Terminal Cancer Holds On to Meet His Baby Sister, Passes Away on Christmas Eve
A nine-year-old boy diagnosed with terminal cancer cradled his newborn sister for the first and last time after which he passed away.



He had vowed to meet his sister no matter what. Bailey Cooper, from Bristol, battled Non-Hodgkin lymphoma for 15 months before his sister was born.

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Bride Dances With Her Dying Father on Her Wedding Day, The Viral Video Will Make You Cry
Getting a chance to shake legs with your dad on your wedding day is one of the most amazing experiences one can ever imagine.



However, the recent daughter-father dance is going viral for all the special reasons.

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Paris' first nudist restaurant to close after failing to attract customers
O'Naturel opened in November 2017 but will shut its doors on February 16 after just 14 months.



The restaurant, in the city’s 12th arrondissement, was the city’s first naturist dining hotspot, although staff did remain clothed.

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Unusual Bonding As Gir Lioness Adopts A Leopard Cub Separated From Mother In A Rare Phenomenon
The lioness is looking well after the cub and is also protecting him from other lions who might try to kill him.



“Along with two of its own cubs, the lioness, spotted in the forests of Gir-West division, is feeding the leopard cub.

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Women urged to stop shaving for 'Januhairy' and take on Disney's 'smooth' stereotypes
Women are letting their body hair grow as part of a new "Januhairy" campaign to take on stereotypes perpetuated by the likes of Disney.



The campaign follows on from the success of "Movember", a health awareness campaign aimed at men to allow their moustaches to grow throughout the month of November.

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Video Of A Cow Feeding Four Orphaned Puppies Is The Best Thing You Can Watch
There are a few heart winning images that make your day perfect. A video of a cow feeding four orphaned puppies is being shared widely and calming the senses of the people.



The short video was recorded by the bystander who couldn't help capturing the emotional sight before him. A couple of days, the news of a lioness adopting leopard cub had touched our hearts.

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In love for 7 years, two women divorce husbands to marry each other
Love knows no boundaries and two women from Uttar Pradesh proved the old adage true.



The women tied a knot in a temple on Saturday in Bundelkhand region of Uttar Pradesh.

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Kalki Koechlin: Virginity isn't Some Treasure for a Girl to Protect and Give as Gift to Husband
Never the one to mince words, actor Kalki Koechlin says Indians need to normalise the conversation around sex to cut down abuse and make men and women sexually empowered.



In a year-end essay for media, Koechlin has addressed several pressing issues, including the impact of the #MeToo movement and ways that can help raise sex awareness.

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Thirsty koala drinks water from bottle as heatwave hits Australia, video goes viral
In the footage, which has gone viral, the lady can be seen walking towards the animal with a bottle of water.



While the koala initially hesitates as the woman comes close, it later on drinks from the plastic bottle.
In Chilling Reminder of Nirbhaya Case, Woman Gang-raped in Moving Auto-rickshaw, Dumped at Food Stall in Gurugram
A 42-year-old woman was allegedly gang-raped by five men on Saturday, first in a house in Gurugram’s Bhangrola village and then in a moving auto-rickshaw on NH-8.



The victim, a Delhi resident, had gone to Gurugram to settle a financial dispute with a firm her husband was employed with before his death in 2013.

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Woman opposes eve-teasing, gets beaten, paraded naked in village
A woman was beaten, disrobed and paraded naked in her village in Bhadohi district Saturday. Her crime resisting eve teasing.



A case has been registered against four miscreants involved in the incident, one of whom have been arrested by the police.

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British woman accuses hotel employee of raping her
A 50-Year-Old British woman, who was visiting Chandigarh, has accused an employee of a five-star hotel in Rajiv Gandhi Technology Park, Manimajra, for raping her on December 20.



The police have registered an FIR under Section 376 (rape) of the IPC at the IT Park police station on December 26.

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Delhi Shelter Home Staff Booked For Abusing Girls, Inserting Chilli Powder In Private Parts
During an inspection of shelter homes in Delhi on Thursday, an expert committee set up by the Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) found that girls residing in a Dwarka shelter home were allegedly abused by its staff, which often put chilli powder in their private parts to discipline them.



The DCW members interacted with girls aged 6 to 15 and some girls alleged that the female staff put chilli powder in their private parts as punishment. They were also forced to consume chilli powder. Any sort of defiant behaviour from the children would be met with "serious and grave punishment" because of which they had become submissive, the finding said.

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Man abandons dog on roadside; CCTV footage capture the heartbreaking moment


A heartbreaking video of an abandoned dog chasing his owner’s car has gone viral on social media.

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Girl Molested in Ghaziabad Again, 2 Years After Bulandshahr Rape


A 15-year-old girl, who was returning to her home in Ghaziabad around 5:30 pm on Saturday, 22 December, was allegedly molested by three men.

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Service dog follows his master, receives honorary diploma from Clarkson University
[New York] --- Whenever Brittany Hawley went to class, her loyal service dog Griffin was there. If she needed her cell phone, Griffin would fetch it. Even when she assisted patients as part of an internship, Griffin was there helping out as well.


“Griffin” Hawley, the Golden Retriever service dog, is presented an honorary diploma during the Clarkson University “December Recognition Ceremony” in Potsdam, N.Y., Saturday, Dec. 15, 2018. (AP)

So it’s only fitting that when Hawley was honored for receiving her master’s degree in occupational therapy from Clarkson University over the weekend, Griffin was once again at her side — with an honorary diploma of his own.

“I pushed for him to graduate from Day One,” Hawley said on Monday. “He did everything I did.”



The board of trustees of the Potsdam, New York, school honored the 4-year-old golden retriever at a recognition ceremony Saturday, saying he demonstrated “extraordinary effort, steadfast commitment and diligent dedication to the well-being and student success” of Hawley.

Hawley, 25, of Wilson, North Carolina, uses a wheelchair and has chronic pain. She said Griffin does a wide range of physical tasks for her including opening doors, turning on lights and bringing her items she indicates with a laser pointer. But perhaps more important is the comfort the dog provides amid her relentless, severe pain that causes anxiety and depression.

Hawley got Griffin through “paws4prisons,” a program that teaches inmates at West Virginia prisons to train and place high-level assistance dogs.

“The inmates allow many dogs to come up to you and let the dog choose you,” Hawley said. “Some dogs were scared of the wheelchair. Griffin jumped right into my lap and licked me across the face.”

Hawley and Griffin worked at Fort Bragg in North Carolina during an internship, helping soldiers with mobility impairments as well as psycho-social disorders. Brushing a dog can help improve a patient’s range of motion, and stroking him helps ease anxiety, Hawley said.

“My patients would say, ‘My therapist today is Brittany and Griffin,’” she said.

When she applies for jobs, she and Griffin will be a package deal, Hawley said.

“I couldn’t participate in anything without him,” she said. “I’m so used to him being there.”
Story Of This Tempo Driver In Mumbai Who Takes Care Of 20 Stray Cats, 2 Dogs Is Inspiring!
B Rajendra aka Rajan a tempo driver from Mumbai lives with 20 cats and kittens and he calls them with a single name-Kallu. His home which is a makeshift bed on the footpath and over parked cars on the side of Kala Ghoda lane houses at least half a dozen kittens and cats.

"I call all 18-20 of them Kalu, like a surname. If you gave them ten different names they would never respond to you," shrugs Rajan, who came to the city of dreams from Tirunelveli, Tamil Nadu, over two decades ago and made the footpath his home. "The older ones come to me, the younger kittens mostly come searching for food," he spoke to DNA.



Rajan worked hard for himself and harder for them as after the work he finishes his work, he goes to nearby restaurants and collects the leftover from feline friends.  At 10 pm sharp, he calls upon his friends-all Kallus and there the cats come running. "People around here are really helpful. Lending them food is better than letting leftovers spoil. They even give them food on their own if I'm not around."

The cats are all descendants from one cat who wandered through footpath and Rajan helped the cat years ago. "She was with me for a long time, and when she had kittens, they stayed here too," explains the 50-year-old. "The tomcats will sometimes get into fights with the female cats and then leave and never come back. But the female cats stay right here."

Along with cats, Rajan has two dogs. "One is over 20 years old and had to be taken to a shelter to be cared for when he became sick recently," he explains. "The other one, who's also nearly 20, is still with me. His name is also Kalu."

But why does he take care of so many pets?  "I have always loved animals, ever since I was a kid. They make for amazing companions," he smiles. "Take these cats for instance. They curl around my feet when I'm around, sleep snuggled up next to me when I sleep on this bed. Even on nights when I have to sleep in the tempo, they will hop right up with me and keep me company. It's good to have them around."
This photo of dogs waiting for homeless man outside hospital entrance is melting hearts online
(The heartwarming scene grabbed the attention of a nurse, who then posted the photo on Facebook and since then has melted hearts of lakhs of people online.)

‘Dogs are man’s best friend’ is not just a mere saying, and this post going viral will make you believe it even more. Recently, when a homeless man in Brazil was admitted in a hospital, staff realised that he wasn’t alone. Yes, as he was getting treated, four dogs patiently kept waiting at the door! The heartwarming scene grabbed the attention of a nurse, who then posted the photo on Facebook and since then has melted hearts of lakhs of people online.



Cris Mamprim from Brazil took to Facebook to narrate the whole incident, “At the hospital in which I work, at 3 am, while [their] owner – a street dweller – was being answered, his companions waited at the door,” the translated post, written originally in Portuguese, read.

Identifying the homeless man named César, she added, “A simple person, without luxury, who depends on help to overcome the hunger, the cold, the pain, the evils of the world, has by his side the best companions, and the exchange is reciprocal.”

Staffs at Hospital Regional Alto Vale in Brazil bore witness to the touching scene and later invited the patient’s furry friends inside and offered food to him, which the nurse said he saved for them.

According to Business Insider, he admitted that he often forgoes food for himself to ensure the pups in company stay well fed. “They are all well taken care of and chubby,” Mamprim told The Dodo. “Seeing them like that, waiting at the door, only shows how much they are cared for and loved.”

With nearly 80,000 shares on the social media platform, at the time of writing, people couldn’t stop showering love on the dogs and the man for taking care of them.
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