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The government has banned the sale and purchase of cattle from animal markets for slaughter.
The environment minist
Madhya Pradesh police have arrested two persons for allegedly carrying beef.
Acting on a tip-off, polic
Cow vigilantes in Ujjain city of Madhya Pradesh brutally thrashed a man on the suspicion of him hurting a cow.
A furore was witnessed in a locality in Aligarh, when the residents came to know about the alleged slaughter of a buffalo
The government should consider according national animal status to the cow, Jamiat Ulema-i- Hind president Maulana Syed Ar
The Supreme Court today took the Madhya Pradesh police to task, saying it seemed it had not examined the videos and photog
A 58-year-old tribal man, who was accused of slaughtering a bullock, died allegedly in police custody in Gujarat's Sabarka
The Rajasthan High Court today directed the state government to immediately install scanners at all highway toll plazas to
Mere raising the slogan of "gau mata ki jai" will not do and people will have to step forward for the cause of cow protect
Self-styled cow protector Sadhvi Kamal Didi has equated one of the accused in the Alwar lynching case with revolutionaries
Had meant to link it last week, but somehow forgot. The Economist on how the recent intervention by RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat is proof for many Indians that:
BJP is enslaved to bare-legged zealots obsessed with the idea that Hindu India is under attack: from Muslims, Chinese communists and American capitalists abroad and Muslims, Maoists and industrial developers at home...
It goes on to wonder whether the BJP can become a mellower yellow:
...The problem is the ideology and attendant nuttiness: Islamophobia, callisthenics, shorts and all. To lead its coalition government, the BJP had actually to forswear core Hindutva demands: for a new temple on the site of a demolished mosque at Ayodhya; for a federal ban on cow-slaughter; and for an end to Muslims’ enjoyment of their own family law.
This alienated party activists, who questioned the point of an ideology that has to be abandoned when it wins power. But to rule again, the BJP may have to distance itself even further from the RSS and find a more clubable leader.
Read the full piece: Shorts and all