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These are some Ngos and organisations who are working hard in giving animals a better life. Please keep in mind that the site does not endorse any of these organisations directly and these links are just given for people who are trying to contact them.


Citizens.For.Animal.Rights
Anjali Sharma
Chamber 334 Delhi High Court
9810011235

Sonadi Charitable Trust
 J-1910, Chitranjan Park, new delhi - 110019


People For Animal(PFA)
head office New delhi
Phone : 011 23357088
http://www.peopleforanimalsindia.org/


Stray Relief and Animal Welfare
Phone:011 46065046
http://www.strawindia.org/

Vadodra Centre for Animal Rescue and Emergency
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phone : 0265 2354825

Blue Cross of India, Chennai
http://www.bluecrossofindia.org/
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PAWS asia,Mumbai
http://www.pawsasia.org/
Phone: 9920777536

Blue Cross of Hyderabad
http://www.bluecrosshyd.in/

Circle Of animal Lovers
New Delhi, Saket
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www.circleofanimallovers.org

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It seems that animal welfare is at last getting noticed in India . The fact that a financial magazine like Outlook Money has taken up the cause of animals in its latest issue (Feb. 10, 2010) is a big boost to the animal welfare people. Copy of the article is attached herewith.

With Best wishes,

Vasanthi Kumar

 




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Dear friends,
On Feb 04 2010, while i was driving past Dwarka (Delhi), i saw a small crowd of people protesting in the middle of the road. Minutes before someone had accidentally seen a piece of a dead cow falling off a truck which was passing by. The person intersected the truck and called the local villagers. The matter would have been hushed up by the police had the villagers not been there. The police managed to take away all dead cow carcasses within minutes except one, which the villagers made a point to spread on the road.