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TN writes to Modi seeking ordinance on Jallikattu

Deccan Herald Monday, 9 January 2017
*Amid a growing chorus for the conduct of Jallikattu during Pongal this year, the Tamil Nadu government on Monday urged the Centre to promulgate an ordinance removing the legal impediments to enable the conduct of the sport next week in the state.*

Chief Minister O Panneerselvam, in a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi,...
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News video: Jallikattu row: Watch: Villagers make 'black rangoli' against PETA

Jallikattu row: Watch: Villagers make 'black rangoli' against PETA 00:26

Alanganallur (TN), Jan 16 (ANI): The protests against Jallikattu ban entered fifth day on Monday after villagers from Alanganallur sloganeered in its support and made 'black rangoli' against PETA. Later, the police arrived at the spot. The staunch supporters of the traditional sport along...

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