Aswamedh Yajna - the burning question
Over the centuries, the Aswamedh yajna changed from being related to metal smelteries and became associated with horse sacrifices?
New glanders action plan: Equine fairs won’t be allowed near infected zone
The plan released by the government on July 26, 2019 has updated existing guidelines related to the deadly equine disease
Spread of glanders shows neglect of veterinary science in India
Glanders, a bacterial, zoonotic disease that affects equines and is a potential biological weapon, has been breaking out regularly across India …
Horse flu spreads in India
The ethical and cultural case for culling Australia's mountain horses
Horses need to be removed from Australia's mountains.The debate now is around ethics and their role in Australia
It is time to introduce the 'Shaktiman Act'
Why every Indian needs to rise up and sign this petition
Equine flu strikes Uttarakhand
Bearing climate burden?
Resurrecting the dead
The discovery of the Riwoche
horses in a remote area tucked
away in the mountains of Tibet is
being viewed as the missing block
in the equine …
Science and Technology - Briefs
Australia orders to cull wild horses