Thursday, Oct 21, 2021

Cow Slaughter

BJP Minister In Meghalaya Recommends Beef Over Chicken, Mutton And Fish

Jul 31, 2021 Outlook Web Desk

'By encouraging people to eat more beef, the perception that BJP will impose a ban on cow slaughter will be dispelled,' said BJP minister Sanbor Shullai

Assam Wants More Cows Than Bulls, Mulls Sex-Selective Insemination

Jul 15, 2021 Outlook Web Bureau

Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma stressed the move as a way to end the slaughter of bulls by increasing the number of cows.

Karnataka CM Celebrates Passage Of Anti-Cow Slaughter Bill By Garlanding Cattle

Under the new law, slaughter of cattle would lead to imprisonment of up to 7 years and a fine ranging from Rs 50,000 to Rs 5 lakh.

Bizarre! ‘Cow Science’ Exam Syllabus Links Beef Consumption To ‘Bad Karma’

Jan 26, 2021 Outlook Web Bureau

A section of the syllabus even makes a case for a native cow being better than an exotic or a jersey cow.

BJP Supporters Among Leading Beef Exporters: Siddaramaiah On Karnataka Cow Protection Bill

Quoting a prominent Hindu seer Swami Swaroopanand Saraswati, Siddaramaiah said the beef exports have risen after the Narendra Modi government got elected in 2014.

11 December, 2020

Karnataka Govt Defers Tabling Anti-Cow Slaughter Bill In Legislative Council


The Bill was passed by the assembly on Wednesday, amidst din, with stiff opposition from Congress.

10 December, 2020

Karnataka: Congress Boycotts Assembly To Protest Anti-Cow Slaughter Bill


The controversial Karnataka Prevention of Slaughter and Preservation of Cattle Bill, 2020, was passed in the Assembly on Wednesday.

09 December, 2020

Karnataka BJP Holds Puja For Cows, Passes Anti-Slaughter Bill In Assembly


As Animal Husbandry Minister Prabhu Chavan tabled the bill, Congress MLAs led by the leader of the opposition Siddaramaiah trooped into the well of the House.

20 November, 2020

Cow Slaughter Ban Will Soon Be A Reality In Karnataka: BJP Leader C T Ravi


C T Ravi has claimed that the Karnataka government will introduce a bill to ban cow slaughter during the upcoming assembly session.

19 August, 2020

Of 139 Booked Under NSA In UP This Year, 76 Accused Of Cow Slaughter


An official had said that the police had arrested 3,867 people, involved in either cow slaughter or smuggling or both, from January till June 8.

10 June, 2020

Up To 7 Years Jail For Cow Slaughter In UP Now, Cabinet Approves Ordinance


The proposed law includes a penal provision of imprisonment up to seven years for physical damage to the cow, and fine up to Rs 3 lakh in cases related to cow slaughter.


17 October, 2019

8 Cows Among 17 Cattle Found Dead In Govt School, Probe On


The police registered a case against unidentified persons after the incident at the government school at Samudan village, about 50kms from the district headquarters, came to light on Wednesday

23 September, 2019

Differently-Abled Man Killed On Suspicion Of Cow Slaughter In Jharkhand


Police said five persons have been detained for questioning in connection with the incident.

15 July, 2019

8 Officials Suspended In UP After Cows Found Dead At Cattle Shelters

Outlook Web Bureau

Following the death of 36 cows at shelters in Ayodhya and Pratapgarh on Saturday and 35 bovines in Prayagraj on Friday, Adityanath convened a video conferencing with all 75 District Magistrates and warned that cow deaths would invite immediate disciplinary action.

07 July, 2019

Man Sentenced To 10 Years For Slaughtering Cow In Gujarat

Outlook Web Bureau

Salim Kadar Makrani, a resident of Dharoji-Uplet road, was convicted under the Gujarat Animal Preservation (Amendment) Act 2017.

08 May, 2019

Two Cows Found Dead In Delhi's Trilokpuri, Security Stepped Up

Outlook Web Bureau

Police were informed by a dairy owner at 6 am that two of his cows were lying dead in Sanjay Jheel Park opposite Kotla village in Trilokpuri, said a senior police officer.

06 May, 2019

Lok Sabha Elections: In Uttar Pradesh, Stray Cattle Keep Farmers Awake And Parties Quiet

Satish Padmanabhan

Some villages have gaushalas built, but in most cases, like here in Roshanchak near Barabanki, it's just a bamboo-barricaded field with a little asbestos shed.


01 April, 2019

Dadri Lynching Accused Seen Sitting In Front Row At Yogi Adityanath's Rally

Outlook Web Bureau

Key accused in the lynching case Vishal Singh Rana, the son of local BJP party worker Sanjay Rana, and Puneet were among those in the crowd when Adityanath was addressing the election campaign in Bisada village of Greater Noida.

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