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    A massive rally was held in Nehru Zoological Park in Hyderabad as part of an awareness campaign for big cats. Over 120 school students participated in the rally, which aimed to unite people for the cause of protecting big cats. The campaign was launched by the Government of India, Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, and Central Zoo Authority New Delhi on August 31 and will continue until September 17. The rally started from the children’s park area and went up to the Big Cats enclosure, with the students chanting the slogan “Save Big Cats and Save the Nation.” Additionally, drawing and essay writing competitions were held in five schools, with more than 150 kids participating.

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    On Wednesday, a meeting was held at Nehru Zoological Park by the Central Zoo Authority, New Delhi Mandatory Veterinary Expert Committee. The meeting was headed by Lokesh Jayaswal, the PCCF (Wildlife) and Chief Wildlife Warden of TS, along with veterinary experts from Veterinary College, VBRI, GHMC veterinary wing, and the zoo veterinary wing. During the meeting, the committee members inspected the wild animal enclosures and provided advice on maintaining the zoo’s health care and hygiene procedures. VSNV Prasad, Director of Zoo Parks Telangana, Dr. Sunil S Hiremath, Curator, A Nagamani, Deputy Curator, and other members of the Veterinary Expert Committee and zoo officials were also present.

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