"No one should call them dogs"

Bush’s ‘official’ dogs get presidential treatment

NEW DELHI: A five-star hotel in the Indian capital is playing host to a special team that is part of US President George Bush’s security entourage – some 65 dogs that are referred to as “officials”.

The specially trained dogs were flown in as part of the multi-layer security for Bush and have been put up in deluxe rooms at the Le Meridien Hotel in central Delhi.

According to Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) MP Nilotpal Basu, who gave the information to the media, the hotel authorities initially refused to accommodate the four-legged “officials”, saying they did not have provisions for accommodating animals.

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