Sarvodaya Sevabhavi Sanstha Tag

(Edit note: 17 April ’17. This is the unaltered text of the TEDx talk of Rakesh Shukla at TEDx ICT Mumbai 2017. This accompanying video is illustrative. The official TEDx video will be available here when released. There was no teleprompter so the actual spoken word will vary.)   Living with 750, I learnt to fight like a dog to survive A few days ago, I received an invitation to speak at ICT Mumbau. After all, I am the dog-man (I like it much better than the unoriginal and punnyRead More
VoSD writing on this publication is seldom about personal statements made for us, except in exceptional cases where the falsity is hugely absurd and action reeks of outright vendetta – and with one purpose only ‘close VoSD’. This was the demand laid out by Sneha Maiyya in police station in front of several of my colleagues and police officers – complaint will be withdrawn if VoSD is closed down immediately! The irony is that none of the people and parties that wish that for VoSD provide any credible rescue serviceRead More
VoSD’s SOP is clear that we will NOT allow any casual visitors to our facilities – only registered volunteers and employees are allowed. The people who have the most problem with this it are a section of Bangalore ‘activists’ working for a couple of NGOs and their sympathizers and the spammers working for them that has been referred to in an earlier post (picked up by the trashy yellow journalist and editor of Bangalore Mirror). These guys have the option of registering – but will not. We are on recordRead More
The investigation was done on a surprise visit to Sarvodaya Sevabhavi Sanstha operating out of Veterinary Hospital, Mysore Road,  Chamrajpet (Bangalore), on 7 Sept 2011s and it’s the first time ‘The Voice of Stray Dogs’  visited the place. In general the facility is clean and well maintained. If you would, though , make a comparison between Vet Society and Sarvodaya you’d notice that Sarvodaya has to operate in a much smaller area than Vet Society. The team, some of them already known to us from the Sarvodaya’s Panathur ABC Center were veryRead More