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Calcutta High Court asks Bengal govt to ensure adherence to laws for animal cruelty prevention

Mid-Day Wednesday, 9 December 2020
The Calcutta High Court on Tuesday directed state forest department officials to strictly ensure adherence to laws for prevention of cruelty to animals and birds, amid reports of rampant illegal wildlife trade in West Bengal. Appearing for the state in a suo motu writ petition initiated by the high court, Advocate General Kishore...
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News video: Farmers' union moves SC, Agriculture minister says 'await reply on proposal'

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Bhartiya Kisan Union moved the Supreme Court against the three new farm laws. Farmer's union has alleged that the new laws will make them vulnerable to corporate greed. The move comes two days after farmers' unions rejected Centre's proposal. Farmers said there was nothing new in the proposal and...

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