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thehindu.com, 19.09.2015

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     Stray dogs killed six calves in 5 years
      Despite being attacked herself, the mother picked up her baby and begged a neighbour to take her to King George Hospital. But the doctors declared Siva as brought dead. He was badly mauled and the stomach was ripped open by the dogs, said a duty doctor.The incident occurred in an area where several important politicians and bureaucrats live. The Officers Club and the houses of the chairmen of the Vizag Port Trust and the Hindustran Shipyard and the vice-chairman of the VUDA are in close vicinity.
      The incident occurred in the same ground that was done up to serve as the parking area for VVIP cars during the recent Independence Day parade. According to G. Kottaiah, father of the boy, some 30 stray dogs have the ground their territory. Despite several complaints by residents, no action was taken by the Greater Visakha Municipal Corporation (GVMC). B. Appalanaidu, who has a cattle shed beside the house, told The Hindu that the stray dogs killed at least six calves in the last five years. Every time a cow delivers a calf, we keep a watch on the dogs, he said. , which is located behind the ground. This was the second such incident in the city.
      In July 2014, a 17-year-old mentally challenged girl was mauled to death by stray dogs at Venkojipalem in.











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