GOVERNMENT OF INDIA, MINISTRY OF LAW. Page 2. Page 3. Page 4. Page 5. Page 6. Page 7. Page 8. Page 9. Page Page Page Page The Indian Penal Code. (45 of ). Contents. Sections. Details. Introduction. Preamble. Chapter I. Introduction. 1. Title and extent of operation of the Code. 2. Punishment of offences committed beyond, but which by law may be tried within, India. 4. Extension of Code to extra-territorial offences. 5. Certain laws not to be.
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Abandoning any animal for any reason can land you in prison for up to three months.
No animal including chickens can be slaughtered in any place other than a slaughterhouse. Sick or pregnant animals shall not be slaughtered.
Stray dogs that have been operated for birth control cannot be captured or relocated by anybody including any authority. ABC Rules, Section 11 1 h , PCA Act, Promotion 7.
Monkeys are protected under the Wildlife Protection Act, and cannot be displayed or owned. Bears, monkeys, tigers, panthers, lions and bulls are prohibited from being trained and used for entertainment purposes, either in circuses or streets.
Section 22 ii , PCA Act, Animal sacrifice is illegal in every part of the country. Rule 3, Slaughterhouse Rules, Organizing of or participating in or inciting any animal fight is a cognizable offence. Cosmetics tested on animals and the import of cosmetics tested on animals is banned.
Teasing, feeding or disturbing the animals in a zoo and littering the zoo premises is an offence punishable by a fine of Rs. Recommendations for ongoing cooperation with FAO. Forum for Food Sovereignty, Rome.
More than organizations, mainly from the global South, were directly involved. It has been approved the program and defined the priorities of the four questions posed in Small-scale agroecological food production: a joint FAO-IPC established a working group to strengthen the capacity of FAO to provide a policy and technical guidance to national agroecology.
The implementation of the Action Program in the world continues.
Voluntary Guidelines on the Right to Food adopted by FAO member countries in September , thanks to the action of CSOs and effective lobbying Organizations involved in FAO technical committees fishing, commodities, agriculture, genetic resources, global food security. The IPC has facilitated the participation of about delegates at the Forum and representatives of organizations in 60 countries worldwide.
The IPC has facilitated the participation of over representatives. Over delegates attended the Forum from 80 countries. They wrote a declaration on food sovereignty, which is still today the main definition.
The IPC has facilitated the participation of 30 organizations of farmers, indigenous and peasant organizations in both events, and coordinated the Forum in collaboration with the League of Pastoral Peoples and SwissAid. Organization of a seminar preparing and facilitating the participation of farmers and indigenous peoples in the 2nd meeting of the Governing Body of the International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture, held in Rome in October.
The IPC has facilitated the participation of over delegates and observers at the Forum and some 50 official observers to the Conference. Several press conferences were held.
CFS, — Prepare the regional consultation meetings on voluntary guidelines on responsible governance of tenure of land and other natural resources. Organization of the first meeting of the Coordination Committee of the CSM and political seminars, Cordoba Spain Participation of civil society in the process of developing voluntary guidelines to ensure the sustainability of small-scale fisheries IG-SSF. In this action, they are looking for support, FAO and other sources, to enable them to contribute to the effective development of voluntary guidelines on securing sustainable small-scale fisheries VG-4SSF whose approval is expected by July COFI Global meeting to discuss how to reorganize the functioning of the IPC.
India national workshop on SSF Guidelines and the state of its implementation process.