Am I allowed to buy a horse or elephant in India?

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If yes, how much would it cost to buy it and provide for it?

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    Currently, there are fourteen Democrats officially running for president. In addition, according to the most up-to-date lists from news organizations like The New York Times, The Hill, etc. etc., there are also fourteen potential candidates, people who are either seriously considering it, or are rumoured to be considering it, or are being pushed to consider it.
    Here are the fourteen Democratic candidates currently running:
    Booker
    Buttigieg
    Castro
    Delaney
    Gabbard
    Gillibrand
    Harris
    Hickenlooper
    Inslee
    Klobuchar
    Sanders
    Warren
    Williamson
    Yang
    And here are the fourteen people most knowledgeable reporters believe might also join the Democratic race:
    Bennet
    Biden
    Bloomberg
    Brown
    Bullock
    de Blasio
    Gillum
    Kerry
    McAuliffe
    Moulton
    O’Rourke
    Ryan
    Schiff
    Swalwell
    For what it’s worth, of the latter fourteen, I personally believe that exactly half, seven, will NOT run. Those non-starters are Bennet, de Blasio, Gillum, Kerry, Moulton, Schiff and Swalwell.
    Which leaves, ultimately, a total of 21 candidates running in the end, one more than the Dems have said they will accommodate in their debates. So there will be one odd man out or one woman out, who will probably make a bit of a stink. Currently they plan a two-debate series once a month, with a maximum of ten candidates in each debate. If you ask me, they should relent and have a three-debate series instead. Why create bad feelings over the issue of one candidate? Yes, it’s true that there are requirements, in terms of polling strength and grassroots small-dollar fund-raising, which a candidate must fulfil to qualify for the debates. But those requirements are not onerous and the chances are very good that all the candidates will meet them. So why single out one candidate to be screwed? Who needs the headache? For one single candidate, it’s not worth the hassle. Is it really worth damaging the image of the DNC yet again, as they did in 16 with their tilted Friday night and Saturday night debates, over such a trivial nitpick as one candidate? I really don’t think so.
    In any event, it’s a simple math proposition: 21 candidates, a three-debate series, 7 candidates per night. There; solved. No big deal.

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