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From leafy greens to meat, how Santhal food reflects the community's identity intertwined with nature
The controversial arrest of Santhal professor and activist, Jeetrai Hansda, in Jharkhand in the month of May, left the community stirred. Firstpost speaks to some individuals from the Santhal community about their food, way of life, and the significance of their prevailing food culture.
Zomato executives in West Bengal's Howrah went on an indefinite strike, protesting against being forced to deliver beef and pork.
Dutch start-up Mosa Meat's co-founder Mark Post created the first "cultured" beef hamburger in 2013.
SC judge Indu Malhotra recuses herself from hearing pleas against Bombay HC order on laws on beef possession
Justice Indu Malhotra Monday recused herself from hearing a batch of appeals and cross-appeals challenging a Bombay High Court verdict which held that mere possession of beef of animals slaughtered outside the state cannot invite criminal action
After ABVP complaint, Jharkhand teacher arrested for 2017 Facebook post in support of beef party in Chennai
A government college teacher has been arrested in Jharkhand for allegedly writing an "objectionable post" on Facebook two years ago in support of a beef party in Chennai
Security beefed up in Delhi's Trilokpuri after two cows found dead; DMC chief warns incident could trigger violence
Two cows were found dead in a park in east Delhi's Trilokpuri on Wednesday, leading to tension in the communally-sensitive area following which police has stepped up security. Police were informed by a dairy owner at 6 am that two of his cows were lying dead in Sanjay Jheel Park opposite Kotla village, said a senior police officer.
'Beef isn't banned in Assam': Locals react after mob thrashes 68-year-old Shaukat Ali in fresh cow vigilantism case
Assam: In yet another case of cow vigilantism, an elderly Muslim man, Shaukat Ali, was beaten up and forced to eat pork, which is forbidden among followers of Islam, while his restaurant was vandalised by another group at some distance in Biswanath Chariali district in Assam on Sunday
Muslim man thrashed, forced to eat pork for 'selling beef' in Assam's Biswanath; local top cop says 'not matter of communal tension'
The incident, which took place on Sunday, came to light after two videos shared on Twitter showed the man sitting in knee-deep mud, begging to be let go, while men around him spoke to him in threatening tones.
Drugs are mainstay of meat production across globe; practices put profit ahead of human or animal health
When cooking chicken, or meat, for one’s family, most people are very careful to wash and cook the flesh properly. Unfortunately, there are some things which any amount of washing, boiling or roasting cannot clean out – and those are drugs.
BJP’s Kailash Vijayvargiya says surprised 'beef-eater' Congress MLA Arif Masood won polls in Madhya Pradesh
BJP leader Kailash Vijayvargiya stoked a controversy by referring to a Muslim MLA of the Congress in Madhya Pradesh a beef-eater
Global diets are the largest driver of emissions, biodiversity loss, & deadly algae blooms.
Replacing meat — particularly beef — in diets has huge benefits for human & environmental health: Studies.
A 45-year-old man was beaten to death and his friend severally thrashed by four people for allegedly slaughtering a cow in Satna district, the police said. The four accused have been arrested, they said.
Sanjeev Kapoor gets trolled for his 'Malabar paneer' recipe on Twitter: 'Keep paneer out of Kerala. We have beef'
Here's how Twitterati reacted to Sanjeev Kapoor's latest experimental dish.
Busting hegemony of vegetarianism: When allowed, Indians prefer eating meat, many coerced to under-report beef-eating practices
The notion of ‘non-vegetarian’ (which the researchers state is a pejorative used against those who eat meat) and the discourse around vegetarianism, then, reflect the hegemony enjoyed (thus far) by the ‘minority’ vegetarian population.
'Beef export flourishing under Narendra Modi's regime': Ramalinga Reddy accuses Centre of 'double standard' on cow slaughter ban
Taking a dig at the BJP over its "double standard" on the ban of cow slaughter, Karnataka minister Ramalinga Reddy alleged that the country's beef export was flourishing under Narendra Modi's regime
Jharkhand beef lynching case: BJP leader among 11 sentenced to life imprisonment for killing Ramgarh man
A fast track court in Jharkhand's Ramgarh district on Wednesday awarded 11 people, including a BJP leader, life imprisonment for killing a person on charges of carrying beef
Centre drops 'slaughter' references from new version of Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Rules: Move further dilutes original notification
Taking a significant step back, the Centre will remove all references to the term 'slaughter' in the new version of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Rules, 2017.