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Jallikattu: Tamil Nadu govt urges Centre to promulgate ordinance

DNA Monday, 9 January 2017 ()
Government of India should consider promulgating an ordinance removing the legal impediments, enabling the conduct of Jallikattu during Pongal, 2017, said Chief Minister O Panneerselvam in a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
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News video: Tamil Nadu CM calls on PM Modi to lift ban on Jallikattu

Tamil Nadu CM calls on PM Modi to lift ban on Jallikattu 00:29

New Delhi, Jan 18 (ANI): Tamil Nadu Chief Minister O Paneerselvam on Thursday called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi to seek an ordinance to lift the ban on the traditional bull-taming sport Jallikattu. The protest against the ban imposed by the Supreme Court intensified after people in large number...

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