Lynchings of Ayub Pandith and Hafiz Junaid: India is under threat, but its secular fabric will overcome
In the Kodungallur Taluk of the Trissur district of Kerala, just around thirty kilometres from Cochin, lies the Cheraman Juma Masjid.
New Delhi: A CPM delegation on Saturday met the family of a Muslim youth, who was stabbed to death by a group of people after an altercation over a train seat turned communal near Ballabhgarh in Haryana, and demanded immediate arrest of the attackers.
The BJP juggernaut rolls on in the North East. The party which has been gathering momentum after its thumping election win in Assam and a less spectacular victory in Manipur, is now looking to repeat its performance in Meghalaya, the hill state where elections are due next year.
A Muslim teenage boy was stabbed to death and several others were injured on a train in Haryana after a mob accused the victims of carrying beef in a bag
Goa chief minister Manohar Parrikar warned of strict action against those trying to promote lawlessness in the state. His comments come in the backdrop of the controversial statements made by a religious leader on the issue consuming beef
The condition put by the groom's family was: Either serve our guests with beef preparations or be prepared for cancellation of the marriage.
The Congress in Arunachal Pradesh hit out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi on saying he was not a judge of some cooking show to decide what should be cooked in the households
Cattle sale restrictions: North East India fumes against new trade rules as BJP struggles to defend govt move
The political hullabaloo notwithstanding, the notification has managed to worry people of northeastern states which have a close association with beef.
Gujarat cow slaughter law: Govt decrees life term and Rs 5 lakh fine for killing cattle or its progeny
The Gujarat govt issued rules for the Gujarat Animal Preservation (Amendment) Act 2017, with punishment of up to life term and Rs 5 lakh fine for slaughtering cow or its progeny.
Cattle slaughter restrictions: Branded 'enemy' for refusing Centre's order, Kerala counter-attacks on social media
This is not the first time that Kerala as a state has come under attack on an issue related to animal rights.
Meghalaya CM Mukul Sangma wrote to his Tripura counterpart Manik Sarkar asking him to unite against the Centre's new law on cattle trade and slaughter.
Union minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Thursday said some people were "provoking" others to hold beef party and slaughter cow, terming it as a criminal act and a conspiracy to destroy country's peaceful atmosphere.
Congress organises 'beef protest' against Centre's ban on sale of cattle for slaughter in Garo Hills
The Congress party on Thursday held a "beef protest" in the Garo Hills area of the state against the Centre's ban on sale and purchase of cattle from animal markets for slaughter.
Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan lambasts Centre's move to ban sale of cattle for slaughter, says move unconstitutional
Vijayan also quashed the government's argument about animal rights, adding that slaughter of cattle for consumption is permitted under the law.
Madras HC stays ban on sale of cattle for slaughter: Defending its move could embarrass Narendra Modi govt
The public outcry against the Narendra Modi government's rue banning sale of cattle for slaughter at market places was sure to follow the hurried and rather poorly-thought decision.
The Minister of State for Finance Arjun Ram Meghwal has said that the government does not decide what the people or don't.
"The question of banning beef does not arise in a state like Meghalaya," BJP leader Bernard Marak said about the new cattle slaughter rules
Beef Fests' were held in various parts of Kerala on Saturday, to protest the Centre's decision of banning sale and purchase of cattle from animal markets for slaughter
The court issued notice to the state government on a petition filed by a Jhansi resident about the non-issuance of license by the municipal corporation.
Eating beans instead of beef likely to reduce greenhouse gases responsible for climate change, say researchers
Banning cow slaughter has become a major political and social issue in India but a study published by US researchers suggests this may indeed help mitigate global warming.