February 21, 2012
Though dolphinariums are on the rise in Asia, proposals to build them in India and the Maldives were at least temporarily scuttled.
January 11, 2012
HSI released a report critical of the idea that inhumane confinement of animals in industrial production facilities somehow enhances food security.
November 21, 2011
As part of our efforts to improve veterinary care and humane animal population control around the world, HSI hosted two Iraqi vets at our Jaipur Veterinary Training Centre in India.
November 18, 2011
Through our vet training center in Jaipur, India, HSI is working to improve veterinary care and humane animal population control worldwide.
November 16, 2011
HSI praised the Crowne Plaza Bengaluru-Electronics City Hotel and Resort for being the first in the Indian hospitality industry to phase out its procurement of eggs from hens confined in cages or continually confined indoors in sheds.
November 10, 2011
HSI founded a training center in Jaipur, India where vets from around the world can come to learn about catch-neuter-vaccinate-release as a means of dealing with street animal overpopulation.
October 14, 2011
Government of Madhya Pradesh Directs Egg Producers to Discontinue Starvation Force Molting of Laying Hens
The government of Madhya Pradesh became the 24th state in India to direct its egg producers to cease starvation force molting of laying hens.
September 19, 2011
HSI praised Happy Hens Farm for helping egg consumers make more animal welfare friendly choices by becoming the first Indian producer to label its eggs as “free-range,” as an indication of their hens’ high welfare and space allowances.
September 13, 2011
Government of West Bengal Directs Egg Producers to Discontinue Starvation Force Molting of Laying Hens
The West Bengal government in India joined 22 other Indian states in directing local egg producers to stop starvation force molting of laying hens.
August 17, 2011
Government of Tamil Nadu Directs Egg Producers to Discontinue Starvation Force Molting of Laying Hens
The Commissioner of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Services for the government of Tamil Nadu, the second largest egg producing state in India, requested that the Regional Joint Directors and District Officers ensure that the state’s egg producers comply with the Animal Welfare Board of India’s order to immediately discontinue starvation force molting regimes.