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WP restray Dog by Ecollage

The Petitioner is a citizen of India and is filing this present Petition as a Public Interest Litigation to enforce the fundamental rights of citizens under Article 21 of the Constitution of India.  


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Pig Raising in Hanoi and Peru

In Vietnam, around Hanoi, though land titles more secure, space is very limited. This again leads to a series of pig-raising strategies with different levels of profits, but which are addapted to local land ownership circumstances.

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Rabies Info for Travelers CDC

Rabies is an acute, fatal encephalomyelitis caused by neurotropic viruses in the family Rhabdoviridae, genus Lyssavirus, almost always transmitted by an animal bite that innoculates the virus into wounds. Very rarely rabies has been transmitted by nonbite exposures that introduce the virus into open wounds or mucous membranes.

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Stray Dog Free Bangalore

When a dog has been given the rabies vaccination, only the dog may be protected against rabies. He can still transmit other serious diseases , so when he bites a human or animal they could get infected.

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Stray Dogs And Rabies, India 2002

India has the highest population of stray dogs in the world, an estimated 19 million. In Bangalore city alone, there are an estimated 200,000 stray dogs today, an average of about 10 dogs for every kilometer of road length in Bangalore. This closely matches the number of stray dogs one can normally see at night.


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Suitability of The Neuter-Release Approach as Official Policy for Dog Population and Canine Rabies Control in India

India has 80% of the world’s rabies fatalities according to the World Health Organization (WHO). This figure has changed little in the last couple of decades. The WHO identifies the largest reservoir of rabies in India and the world as the dog population.

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