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PETA slams Justin Bieber over tiger photograph

Gorkha Post



LOS ANGELES — Pop star Justin Bieber has turned into a target of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) chiefs after posing with a Siberian tiger at his father’s engagement party.

PETA on Monday said the tiger comes from the Bowmanville Zoo, where the owner, Michael Hackenberger, a tiger trainer for Hollywood movies, now faces five animal cruelty charges after being allegedly caught on video whipping a tiger in his care, reported the Hollywood Reporter.

The “Sorry” singer was back in his native Toronto, Canada to celebrate his father Jeremy Bieber’s engagement to longtime girlfriend Chelsey Rebelo.

The bash took place at a private residence, where an art show called Nyotaimori Celebrating Life Love And Art was simultaneously on display, and among the unlikely items exhibited at the party were the Batmobile and a tiger.

PETA officials have lashed out at the pop singer after he posted a photo of himself gently petting the big cat on Instagram.

“Justin Bieber is lucky not to have had his throat torn out by this stressed captive tiger,” PETA Senior Vice President Lisa Lange said in a statement. “Tigers used for photo ops are torn away from their mothers shortly after birth, and the Bowmanville Zoo, in particular, was caught whipping one tiger more than 17 times, even after the cat was lying on his back in a position of submission and fear.

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Advance booking open for Dashin

Pratigya Waiju



Kathmandu—Finally, Federation of Nepalese National transportation Entrepreneurs Association agrees to open pre-booking for Dashin after the government decided to increase public transport fares by 10 percent.

The federation was demanding to unfreeze their bank accounts and adjust the fares in view of rising fuel prices.

On Saturday after the agreement between the government and federation, the transportation entrepreneurs opened advance booking.  Most of the counters set up banners announcing pre-booking for Dashin and many people were in que to book the ticket in advance.

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