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Jallikattu: AIADMK demands centre to promulgate ordinance to revive banned traditional game

All India Radio Wednesday, 11 January 2017
Jallikattu: AIADMK demands centre to promulgate ordinance to revive banned traditional gameThe ruling AIADMK in Tamil Nadu has demanded the centre to promulgate an ordinance to revive the banned traditional game Jallikattu in the state.In a letter to Prime Minister Narendra modi, the party general secretary VK Sasikala has said the event is inextricably linked to the rural and agrarian customs that helps in the preservation of the native germ plasm of high value bulls.
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News video: SC agrees to hold judgment for week on Jallikattu row

SC agrees to hold judgment for week on Jallikattu row 01:37

New Delhi, Jan 20 (ANI): While the protests in Tamil Nadu against the ban on traditional bull taming sport Jallikattu is strengthening everyday, the Supreme Court on Friday agreed to hold their judgment for a week in order to avoid further unrest in the state. Attorney General of India Mukul Rohatgi...

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