Dear friends,
Attached are two article that had surfaced in the Times of india recently. The first articles highlights the issue raised by the CWF regarding "health issues" that arise out of the presence of street animals in Delhi.
The Delhi Health Minister Ms Kiran Walia of all things felt that street dogs and cattle are a big concern vis a vis health standards to be maintained while the games would be taking place in Delhi. They have all missed the Yamuna River and the faulty waste disposal system of the Delhi and have focussed on the animals, as these animals dont speak back.
Even though they have "officially" spared the street dogs as in the second article, but reports are pouring in daily of the dogs that are going "missing" from localities in huge numbers.

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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