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2017 9:56 pm To some extent, indiscriminate fashion.Kerala’s record of permitting and encouraging en masse attacks on stray dogs in the last few months has been deplorable and appalling – ranging from parading beaten-to-death dogs to announcing hefty monetary rewards for maximum killings Thus making bounty hunters out of many opportunists and anti-social elements There is no doubt that people – especially children and the elderly – have had mauling encounters with strays that demand urgent attention But can all be punished to death in vendetta for a few violent possibly sick dogs Shouldn’t the solution attempt to strike at the root of the problem A false dichotomy of human versus stray dog lives has been projected in many areas with some abetment from irresponsible reporting of attacks on humans to generate hysteria and to take on those who have voiced against movements to mass murder strays Here is the thing though: not all who oppose mass elimination are Maneka Gandhi or fanatic PETA activists or elite animal lovers speaking from cushy enclaves To some extent the stray dog threat was inflated due to biased reports that frequently employed sensational headlines about trending stray dog attacks but failed to investigate the underlying causes which encouraged the over-breeding of these canines – urban governance issues like bad waste management and poor implementation of animal birth control measures As Ila Ananya reported “articles … with a suitably horror movie-like headline that begins ‘Stray dogs on the prowl’ and … ‘Do India’s stray dogs kill more people than terror attacks’ or others that use photographs of dogs angrily baring their teeth feed the growing panic What we haven’t seen in such a number are reports about the government’s decision to finally implement an Animal Birth Control (ABC) programme that other states actually had many years ago” Animals like any creatures don’t ask to be brought into this world The mass breeding of dogs is indicative of the state’s mismanagement at early stages especially its failure at employing standard ABC methods which is the only effective way of controlling the number of stray dogs – especially as dogs are fast breeders There is false rhetoric like that of former Thirvananthapuram District Collector Biju Prabhakaran who absurdly and vociferously advocated culling by decrying sterilisation of stray dogs claiming that it were a move to fund the ‘anti-rabies vaccine’ pharmaceutical lobby — truly a brain-frying logic Naysayers might say that ABC is only effective in a long run and they won’t be quite wrong because stray animals need shelters to get off the streets immediately In a report by The News Minute MG Satheesh a professional dog-catcher from Thiruvananthapuram recommends that a permanent solution to the problem lies not in arbitrary killing but in building shelters for strays in each ward where they can be recalled and kept under observation and sterilisation provided to them before release In case of the violent and rabidly sick creatures mercy-killing can be executed in a procedural manner The state if it chooses can hire professionals like Satheesh to solve the stray animal problem in a humane and effective way It would be misleading to imagine a clean slate beginning with all stray dogs indiscriminately massacred Any society that carries out a meaningless vendetta against defenseless creatures – even if they are dogs – cannot hope to avoid a spattering of blood on its own fabric or preserve the innocence of its children It is undisputed that human beings not nature or animals command the rules in urban settlements While human lives will always be most important – humans too must collectively uphold their essence by not resorting to brutal and barbaric measures against fellow creatures permitted through their own activities and policies (or lack thereof) For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: August 16 2015 2:52 pm Prime Minister Narendra Modi departing for his two-day visit to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) from New Delhi (Source: PIB India/ Twitter) Top News Prime Minister Narendra Modi today left for the UAE on a two-day visit packed with a string of engagements high on substance and symbolism including talks with the country’s leadership and an address to the Indian diaspora During his visit first by an Indian Prime Minister in 34 years Modi will seek to enhance cooperation in energy and trade and reach out to investors to hardsell India as an attractive business destination Given that late Indira Gandhi was the last Indian Prime Minister to have visited United Arab Emirates in 1981 Modi’s trip is being seen as an opportunity to boost India-UAE ties in key areas of trade and security Leaving for UAE You can find all latest updates about my visit here http://s.tco/l0068yzO97 pictwittercom/IUwjzjN84r — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) August 16 2015 Modi ahead of his visit described UAE as a “valued partner” This fact he said was reflected in India being UAE’s second largest trading partner while the Arabian nation comprising seven Sheikhdoms was the third largest trading partner for the country The Prime Minister also lauded the immense contribution made by over 25 million Indians who have made UAE their home and said he was looking forward to meeting the large diaspora They remit more than USD 13 billion annually The 26 million-strong Indian community constitutes nearly 30 per cent of UAE’s population Share This Article Related Article Abu Dhabi will be the first port of call for the Prime Minister who will hold extensive talks tomorrow with Crown Prince Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan UAE with a sovereign wealth fund of more than USD 800 billion is very important from the investment point of view and the Prime Minister is expected to impress upon the country to invest in the infrastructure sector in India Security is another potential area of cooperation between India and the UAE which have treaties and agreements on extradition mutual legal assistance in criminal and civil matters combating trafficking in narcotics and information cooperation apart from maritime interaction The two are expected to discuss ways to further enhance cooperation in these areas For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Allhabad | Published: September 5 2014 1:14 am Top News A 20-year-old woman has accused an Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate in Azamgarh district court of outraging her modesty when she had gone to record her statement in a criminal case of kidnapping and rape The alleged incident occurred Wednesday following which the lawyers protested and a complaint was lodged by the woman at the office of the Chief Judicial Magistrate It was later referred to the office of the District Judge On Thursday a section of the lawyers demanding quick action against the said magistrate went on strike The woman had allegedly gone missing on August 25 from near her house under Bilariyaganj police station area of the district “An FIR of kidnapping was registered by her father on August 26 The same day the woman was recovered from a place in Maharajganj area Subsequently she complained that one of the five named accused had raped her Four of the accused were arrested and one was absconding” said Station Officer (Bilariyaganj) Anil Prakash Singh The SO said that the woman was sent to the district court for recording her statement under Section 164 of the Criminal Procedure Code before a magistrate “A woman constable and a sub-inspector had accompanied her During the recording of the statement the police personnel were kept outside When the girl came out a ruckus broke out and we came to know that allegations have been levelled” he added For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: ANI | New Delhi | Updated: July 2 2016 11:39 pm Members of the media crowd around the car carrying suspects arrested for allegedly collecting weapons to attack religious sites and sensitive government buildings as they arrive outside a court in Hyderabad June 30 2016 (Source: AP/Mahesh Kumar A/file) Top News In a major development since the arrest of five IS suspects in Hyderabad the National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Saturday revealed the suspects had money transactions from Middle East on several occasions through ‘hawala’ and that they also pledged their allegiance to the Islamic State It was during the ongoing investigation of the arrested persons that it was revealed that the suspects scouted for hideouts nearby Hyderabad for assembling the bombs and also for safe shelter after committing the bomb attack According to a statement by NIA IG Sanjeev Kumar Singh two arrested persons – Ibrahim and Iliyas are brothers while Habeeb and Fahad are related by matrimony and one of the accused had earlier attempted to go to Syria via other neighbouring country “The accused were using chat and email platforms for communicating amongst themselves as well as the handler They had visited other places outside Hyderabad for procurement of explosive precursor chemicals and firearms” the statement read Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news Stating that the suspects had divided portfolios among themselves for carrying out their objectives the report further says that they had also entered into a joint pledge owing allegiance to the Islamic State and its commander Baghdadi and one of them confessed that the pledge had been conveyed to Baghdadi Meanwhile the role of the other suspects is being examined and the seized items are being analysed and data examination is going on Earlier the NIA detained 11 people for suspected terror links to ISIS in raids which it conducted at several places in Hyderabad out of which five were sent to 12-day custody NIA sources told ANI that they had information that 5 of those detained on Wednesday were involved in terrorist activities An FIR was registered against them on June 22 Those five people were identified as Mohammad Illiyas Yazdani Mohammad Ibrahim Habib Mohd Mohammad Irfan Abdullah Bin Ahmad according to the NIA Rs 15 lakh cash a 9 mm pistol an air gun and chemicals used in highly explosive devices were recovered from the suspects The NIA also seized a few training materials during the searches Earlier this year in January 14 people who were suspected sympathisers of the ISIS were held from across the country by the NIA out of which two suspects were arrested in Hyderabad For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News” Scott had said." 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