Photos: Chennai dog 'Bhadra' gets a new lease of life

Updated: 10 July, 2016 22:53 IST
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    A boy plays with an injured dog known as 'Badhra' after being treated at Tamil Nadu Veterinary University Hospital in Chennai. Police in southern India have arrested two medical students, an inspector said July 6, after video of one flinging a stray dog from the balcony of a two-storey building went viral, sparking outrage. All pics/PTI
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    The Chennai medical students were booked for cruel treatment meted out to an animal under IPC sections 428 and 429 and Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act (Sec 11 (1-a). Subsequently, they were arrested on Wednesday.
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    An injured dog known as 'Badhra' is fed after being treated at Tamil Nadu Veterinary University Hospital in Chennai. The footage shows one of the students beaming as he lifts the dog by the scruff of the neck to the ledge and finally tosses her over. The other student is thought to have filmed the incident.
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    The dog has been named 'Bhadra' after goddess Bhadrakali.
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    Indian vets treat an injured dog known as 'Badhra' at Tamil Nadu Veterinary University Hospital in Chennai.
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    Indian vets treat an injured dog known as 'Badhra' at Tamil Nadu Veterinary University Hospital in Chennai.
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    An Indian animal welfare activist carries an injured dog known as 'Badhra' after being treated at Tamil Nadu Veterinary University Hospital
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The Chennai dog who was flung out of rooftop not onlys survived but is also recovering. Names 'Bhadra', here are some of the photos of the recovering canine which will warm your heart!

First Published: 07 July, 2016 09:01 IST