Indian Dog breed ranks amongst the best, globally

Stray dogs are becoming a huge menace to all colonies. People live in fear and walk around with sticks. The dogs multiply fast.

Indian Dog breed is considered “Mongrel” because British branded them so, and popularized western breeds. Hence, inspite of their superior immune system and fierce loyalty, hardly anyone adopts them

Indian dog breed

Indian dog breed

A lot of initiatives have been seen in the past on self-policing in colonies by RWA’s, gated communities and so on. So, night guards are common

Needed is a framework for each Night Guard to adopt one stray dog, train them for night policing work and carry one dog with them during their duties

Can Maneka ji Gandhi come up with such a framework, maybe something which is like a self-adopted code by RWA’s?

That would bring much needed prestige to this beautiful breed and get them their rightful place amongst the “trophy” breeds

Author: Tushar Kansal

Tushar has been associated with the Project Assessment, Fund-raising & Financial Advisory realm in India for 2 decades. He has straddled multiple roles in Financial Advisory in Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, PE Deal-maker in Times of India’s Brand Capital, in Corporate Finance roles in Aircel, as an Entrepreneur in Education field and as a CFO (Chief Financial Officer) till 2014. Prior to that, he was the Head of Debt for MTS India, where he was instrumental in raising $2.5 billion structured debt. Tushar has been involved in $6 Billion of transactions in Debt/ PE/ M&A across all asset classes. He has major experience in Education domain – From 2001 to 2006, Tushar led his Education entrepreneurship venture which provided Entrance examination training for Engineering colleges in India. The venture grew to 800 students and then was bought out by a marquee pan-India player in this space, as a strategic sale. Tushar is a panel member at CNN-News18. He is also a Columnist @ Business World, Indian Defence News, Business & Economy, Indian Economist, Digital Market Asia, OpIndia & Growing India.

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