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78 injured in Jallikattu held at Tamil Nadu

Seventy eight bull tamers and spectators, who were injured in Jallikattu (bull taming) held in Tiurchirappalli and Pudukottai districts, have been admitted to hospitals.  
Zee News Also reported by •Deccan Herald

RSS takes cue from jallikattu protest, to talk about native cow breeds' A2 milk at national conclave

Jallikattu uprising, witnessed across the state with its epicentre in Marina Beach in January, had seen demands from protecting native breeds cows that give A2 type milk.
DNA

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News video: 49 bull-tamers injured during Jallikattu in Palamedu

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Madurai (Tamil Nadu), Feb 10 (ANI): Atleast 49 bull tamers were injured during bull-taming sport Jallikattu event organised in Madurai's Palamedu area. Madurai's famous Jallikattu arena..
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A traditional but controversial bull-taming sport called Jallikattu has resumed in southern India. It's hugely popular in Tamil Nadu state, but India's top court banned it in 2014 on grounds of animal..
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News video: People demand holding of the age-old tradition of buffalo fight

People demand holding of the age-old tradition of buffalo fight 01:53

Nagaon (Assam), Jan 28 (ANI): The ban on Tamil Nadu's traditional bullfight or Jallikattu by the Supreme Court resulted in mass protests at Chennai's Marina beach, creating hype amongst all,..
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News video: Now protests of demanding removal of ban on Buffalo Fight 'Kambala'

Now protests of demanding removal of ban on Buffalo Fight 'Kambala' 00:50

After Jallikattu, Now protests of demanding removal of ban on Buffalo Fight 'Kambala' in Bangalore...
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News video: People stage protest demanding lifting of ban on Kambala

People stage protest demanding lifting of ban on Kambala 00:30

Hubli, Karnataka, Jan 27 (ANI): Amid the raging protests over Jallikattu in Tamil Nadu, organisers of 'Kambala' (buffalo race) in Karnataka on Friday conducted the traditional sport in..
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Jallikattu issue: Pvt member bill seeks exemption for bulls

A private member's bill seeking to exempt bulls from protected list of animals was taken up in the Rajya Sabha on Friday, but it was withdrawn following the promise by the government to look into the..
Deccan Herald

Jallikattu row: Pvt member bill on bull in RS, but withdrawn

Moving the Private Members' resolution, DMK member Tiruchi Siva said amendments to the Prevention of Cruelty Act 1960 would avoid repeat of agitations which were witnessed in Tamil Nadu when Jallikattu..
DNA

Swaraj to meet aggrieved fishermen from Tamil Nadu

*Concerned over the reported killing of an Indian fisherman and arrest of many by the Sri Lankan Navy, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj will meet the aggrieved fishermen from Tamil Nadu,..
Deccan Herald

Don't use Jallikattu to gamble: Madras HC to organisers

"The organisers and the people should see Jallikattu as a traditional and cultural sport and should not use it to gamble," the bench said.
DNA

Raghava Lawrence: Jallikattu issue gave me a lot of pain and experience


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*1. Watch Live | Assembly Elections 2017: PM Modi's road show in Varanasi from Pandeypur Chauraha* The campaigning for the Assembly Elections has entered the last phase in Uttar Pradesh and..
DNA

Will only end protest if Centre scraps hydrocarbon project: TN Farmers

The farmers protest in Neduvasal against the hydrocarbon extraction project is emerging as a yet another jallikattu type uprising with protesters refusing to call off the agitation until the Centre..
DNA

Cola ban in Tamil Nadu will lead to black marketing: Badal

*Food Processing Minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal today said that a sales ban on Coca Cola and Pepsi in Tamil Nadu is against the democratic values of the country and would only foster black..
Deccan Herald

Ban call on Coke, Pepsi by TN traders body comes into effect

*A call by the Traders Federation in Tamil Nadu to ban sales of Coca Cola and Pepsi soft drinks came into effect today with its President A M Vikrama Raja declaring drinks as toxic for..
Deccan Herald

MLA wants Jallikattu-like ordinance for 'Tonga Race' in Raj

An Independent MLA today demanded the Rajasthan Assembly take cue from Tamil Nadu's move on Jallikattu and bring an ordinance to restart the 'Tonga Race' in Veer Tejaji fair in Nagaur.
DNA

Tamil Nadu: 47 injured during jallikattu in Thanjavur

At least 47 persons, including 23 bull tamers, were injured during the jallikattu conducted at Thirukanurpatti near here, police said.
DNA Also reported by •Deccan Herald

Jallikattu organised in Tamil Nadu, 47 including 23 bull tamers injured

Forty seven persons, including 23 bull tamers, were injured during the Jallikattu conducted at Thirukanurpatti near here
Zee News

PETA to move SC against Jallikattu, Kambala

In a bid to put an end to the bull-taming sport of Tamil Nadu, Jallikattu, and the buffalo race of Karnataka, Kambala, the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) on Wednesday said it will..
Zee News Also reported by •newKerala.comANI NewsIndia Today

Kambala bill sent to President for assent

*A Bill passed recently by Karnataka Assembly to legalise traditional buffalo race "Kambala" and bullock cart races has been sent to the President for his assent, Law and Parliamentary Affairs Minister..
Deccan Herald


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