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Sunder The Elephant

Friday, July 25, 2014
With new girlfriend, Sunder the elephant moves towards recovery

Sunder, the former temple elephant saved from abuse by a campaign of celebs including Paul McCartney, is now happy and adjusting beautifully to his new elephant family at the Bannerghatta National Park outside Bangalore, India. Wounded caused by constant chaining, he is now allowed to wander with the other elephants.

Source: NDTV, India
Friday, June 13, 2014
A happy ending for Sunder the elephant

After two years, finally a confirmed happy ending for Sunder, the young elephant held at an Indian temple. The long-tormented animal is now safe at a national park near Bangalore. Sunder's plight first became know in summer 2012, when Paul McCartney wrote to Indian leaders pleading for Sunder's release.

Source: Greener Ideal
Thursday, June 5, 2014
Sunder on road to rescue centre in Bangalore

Sunder the elephant was placed onto a truck on Thursday morning by experts who travelled to Kolhapur to work with the Maharashtra forest department, and is on his way to a forested care centre in Bangalore, where he will be with 13 other elephants. Celebrities including Paul McCartney campaigned for his release.

Source: Times of India
Tuesday, May 20, 2014
13-year-old elephant Sunder's release may be delayed

The walk to freedom for Sunder, a 13-year-old elephant who has been in captivity, could be delayed further, as an appeal has been filed against it in the India Supreme Court. International celebrities including Paul McCartney have campaigned for Sunder's release and supported movement to free the animal.

Source: NDTV, India
Wednesday, April 9, 2014
Bombay High Court orders release of elephant

The Bombay High Court has ordered the release of elephant Sunder. The campaign for Sunder's release spanned 21 months as people in India and around the world worked to save him from his abusers, including famous names such as Paul McCartney.

Source: Daily Mail, UK
Monday, March 24, 2014
elephant revealed still in captivity

An abused elephant is still living in horrendous conditions almost two years after Paul Mccartney spearheaded a campaign to save it. Rather than roaming free in a rescue center as promised, has now revealed Sunder remains in the same poor conditions at the temple, where they recently filmed him.

Source: Contact Music

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