July 08, 2020

61 Fresh COVID-19 Positive Cases In Mysuru

Mysore/Mysuru: Mysuru reported 61 fresh COVID-19 positive cases today (July 8) and recorded four deaths yesterday. The total number of deaths has now risen to 12.

June 24, 2020

GTD Joins Farmers In Their Protest Against Amendments To Land Reforms Act

Mysore/Mysuru: Opposing the amendments to Land Reforms Act, Karnataka Rajya Raitha Sangha and Hasiru Sene and Karnataka Rajya Raitha Virodhi Kayde Horata Samithi, staged separate protests at Jaladarshini Guest House on Hunsur Road this morning. While the members of Karnataka Rajya Raitha Sangha and Hasiru Sene were led by their President Badagalapura Nagendra, the members of Karnataka Rajya Raitha Virodhi Kayde Horata Samithi were led by Kurubur Shanthakumar, Convenor of the Samithi.

May 31, 2020

World No Tobacco Day: Lung Health, COVID And Tobacco Consumption

For many, the COVID-19 lockdown has been a good push to quit smoking. Tobacco smoking or chewing is a known risk factor for many respiratory infections and increases the severity of respiratory diseases. On World No Tobacco Day today, here is an article that highlights how smokers are likely to be more vulnerable to COVID-19 as they may also already have lung disease or reduced lung capacity which would greatly increase the risk of serious illness.

May 29, 2020

Blame It On Virus: Future Tense For Farmers In Distress

With the nationwide lockdown for over two months, farmers who cultivated vegetables, flowers and fruits are facing massive distress due to disruptions in supply chains of the agriculture sector. Higher costs of harvesting and transportation, fall in prices and demand, closure of majority of markets and so on, has caused farmers to lose thousands of crores in the last six to seven weeks, observers estimate. 

May 29, 2020

Hoteliers Anxious About New Guidelines

Source: Star of Mysore

 

Good news for devotees in Karnataka as the State Government has decided that all Temples, Churches and Mosques will re-open from June 1. Similarly, the State will also allow restaurants and hotels, gymnasiums and fitness clubs to re-open. However, the final decision regarding these steps will rest on the guidelines released by the Centre at the end of May.

April 20, 2020

Coronavirus: Karnataka's Tibetan community makes contribution to PM CARES, CMDRF

Source: New Indian Express

 

The Tibetans residing in the five Tibetan settlements in Karnataka have also undertaken various relief measures, providing food and dry rations to the poor and the vulnerable communities.

April 07, 2020

Feeds Stray Dogs during Lockdown in India

Source: TVA Facebook Page.

SAM's Ecological Development and Animals Rights wing's partner Tibetan Volunteers for Animals have fed more than hundreds of stray dogs in and around Bylakuppe and Kushalnagar since India has issued a locked-down order due to COVID-19 Pandemic. Mr Rinchen Lhaze, President of TVA said that they are going to serve till lockdown open and they are very thankful to local people as well as donations from abroad which help them to continue their work during this closure.

If you need any further information or wanted to support this service, or see any sick dogs around Bylakuppe, call this number 9902082170.

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Take Pledge To Free India From COVID-19 This Independence Day: Modi

July 27, 2020

“This year, Aug. 15 celebrations too will be in very different circumstances — in the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic. I urge the youth, the people of my country to take a pledge of freedom from the pandemic this Independence Day. Take a resolve for a self-reliant India, a resolve to learn and teach something new and a resolve to earnestly carry out our duties,” PM Modi said while addressing the nation through his monthly radio programme, Mann Ki Baat.

Postponement of Trunkar party for senior due to COVID-19

June 16, 2020

This is just to let you know that the Yearly Trunkar Party for the Senior Citizens residing in Old & Aged Homes, Bylakuppe has been postponed to December 2020.

Knowing the prevailing situation in India in general ( 308,993 confirmed cases) and Karnataka State( 6516) in particular, the above decision has been taken.

Nobel Peace Prize Day is celebrated every year on 10th December. Taking this occasional event into account, the elderly folks will have to wait for four to five more months before the grand party is organised.

In terms of weather, December is always better as we can escape from monsoon miseries and this year the pandemic has shaken the whole world unprecedentedly.

Yearly Trunkar Party for the popo las & momo las was initially initiated by SAM in 2013 with several volunteers from Camps & Sera Staffs. A couple of years later this NGO collaborated with Class of 1990's members and successfully conducted thereafter. Till date, we managed to organise jointly for 5 years in a row. This is indeed a feather in our cap.

We all know it is quite easy for any task to begin but hard to carry out till the end. Therefore, SAM would like to extend your kind cooperation in the years to come. By now, we are aware that we are doing only social services for an underprivileged section in our own community. So, there is nothing to politicize here.

Thank you all and Stay safe everyone.

Dog Rescue Project in India

December 03, 2019

Dog Rescue Project: A Compassionate approach for the wellbeing of Animals. The project will aim to rescue stray dogs from road accidents and reach out for medical emergencies to save stray dogs in and around Tibetan settlement in Bylakuppe. 

SAM'S Ecological Development and Animal rights co-coordinator visits animal shelter

February 19, 2018

Mr. Namgyal Tsering, the co-ordinators of SAM'S Ecological Development and Animal rights visits to Mysore Pinjarapole society and People for animal (PFA) as part of field visit and to build network with local organizations.

Courtesy: Mr. Tsering Norbu and Ms. Penpa Lhamo, Canada for their contribution for buying food for cows and dogs.

The Three Big Reasons Why I Went Vegan

May 31, 2018

Going vegan may seem like a trendy thing to do; just another diet like keto or paleo. To me though, it means a lot more. So, I’m sharing with you the three big reasons why I went vegan: The Planet, Personal Health, The Animals

Free Anti-Rabies Vaccination 2017

December 31, 2017

Tibetan Volunteers for Animals(TVA) in collaboration with Social Action Movement(SAM) is providing FREE Anti- Rabies Vaccination to dogs on 28th September(Tomorrow), Thursday, between 9 am - 5 pm @ We Care Clinic, located near Old Camp 2, near lake, Kailashpura, Bylakuppe. 

 

Bring your pet dog or adopted stray dogs to get vaccinated for healthy and safe for all.

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