India proposes a nationwide ban on breeding Rottweilers, Pitbulls, and other "ferocious" dog breeds. 

The move aims to address growing concerns over fatal dog attacks, especially on children and the elderly. 

Existing owners can keep their pets, but breeding and importing these breeds will be prohibited. 

The decision has sparked heated debates between animal rights activists and public safety advocates. 

Supporters argue that the ban will help prevent tragic incidents and ensure public safety. 

Critics argue that breed-specific legislation is unfair and targets innocent animals based on myths. 

Experts suggest proper training and responsible ownership are key to controlling aggressive behavior. 

Some states have already implemented similar bans, while others remain undecided on the issue. 

The move highlights the complex relationship between humans and domesticated animals in urban settings. 

As the debate rages on, India's decision could set a precedent for other nations grappling with the same issue.