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New Delhi: Adoption drive helps abandoned dogs find homes

New Delhi: Adoption drive helps abandoned dogs find homes

Organised by Select Citywalk, in association with Delhi-based NGO ‘People for Animals’, the two-day event saw “close to 25 dogs” from Sanjay Gandhi Animal Care Centre.

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Inside Track: Ensuring a view of Mr Modi

Maneka Gandhi’s frontal and public Twitter attack on Maharashtra Forest Minister Sudhir Mungantiwar, over the killing of man-eater tigress Avni in Yavatmal, has angered some high-ups in the BJP.

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Delhi Confidential: Organic Promotion

The minister bought much of her Diwali gifts from the organic festival, and many ministry officials faithfully followed suit.

Finance Minister Sudhir Mungantiwar made the announcement on the last day of the Monsoon Session of the Assembly in Nagpur. (Express file photo)

Tigress row: Mungantiwar seeks Maneka Gandhi’s resignation over death of children due to malnutrition

The Women and Child Development Minister had slammed Mungantiwar over last week’s killing of the “man-eater” tigress Avni in Yavatmal district, which she termed as a “ghastly murder and a straight case of crime”.

Death of a tiger

The gunning down of Avni points to a pressing problem in several parts of the country — human-animal conflict.

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Maneka Gandhi used ‘harsh words’, tigress Avni killing will be probed: Devendra Fadnavis

Fadnavis said: “She (Maneka) has used harsh words. But her sentiments should be understood. All animal lovers’ sentiments are harsh regarding this incident. It was a difficult decision…”

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Order probe into killing of tigress if you want: Maharashtra Forest minister to Maneka Gandhi

Mungantiwar’s statement comes a day after the Union Women and Child Development minister lashed out at the Maharashtra government over the “ghastly murder” of the tigress, T1, as she was known officially, calling it a “straight case of crime”.

Maneka Gandhi slams killing of tigress Avni, targets Maharashtra minister

Maneka said that she would pursue the issue “legally, criminally as well as politically”. “I will be writing to CM Maharashtra to take strong action in this matter,” she said.

Centre to now screen visa applications for child abuse cases

Maneka on Monday tweeted that Home Minister Rajnath Singh, after considering her request, agreed to include the question on child abuse cases in visa application forms.

Watch: Maneka Gandhi abusing officer, accused of corruption, in Bareilly

Maneka Gandhi urges political parties to set up panels to probe sexual harassment

Akbar, who resigned Wednesday after several women accused him of sexual misconduct when he was their Editor, is the most high-profile among several men, particularly in film, entertainment and media, who have been named by women as part of the #MeToo movement.

Panel of senior judges, legal experts to look into #MeToo cases, says Maneka Gandhi

Requested political parties to form internal panel to address harassment at work: Maneka Gandhi

Gandhi had earlier expressed her solidarity with the #metoo movement and said she “believes in the pain and trauma behind every single complainant.”

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Taking place at Zooki and Casa Paradox at The Chanakya Mall, the sale is on till October 26. Another sale will be organised at The Park Hotel on October 29.

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Govt steps in, legal panel will look into issues arising from #MeToo

Union Minister for Women and Child Development Maneka Gandhi said her ministry will set up a committee of senior judicial and legal persons to look into the issues that are coming out of the #MeToo movement.

Allegations of sexual harassment should be taken seriously: Maneka Gandhi

Allegations of sexual harassment should be taken seriously: Maneka Gandhi

“Women are scared to speak out because they think people would make fun of them and doubt their character but now when they are speaking out we should take action against each and every allegation,” Maneka Gandhi said.

Panel of senior judges, legal experts to look into #MeToo cases, says Maneka Gandhi

#MeToo movement: Maneka Gandhi asks Law Ministry not to keep age limit to report child sexual abuse

Under Section 468 of the CrPC, any offence, including child abuse, which can lead to a prison term of three years has to be reported within three years of the incident.