Bulandshahr violence accused get heroic welcome after release on bail; supporters raise slogans of 'Bharat Mata Ki Jai', 'Jai Shri Ram'
The violence had erupted in Bulandshahr after carcasses of around 25 cattle were found in the forests close to a police station.
Mohammad Akhlaq killing, Rohith Vemula suicide were used as pretexts to 'fix' Hindu right-wing ideology
A narrative built on half-truths and tainted with ideological blinkers can never help us create an inclusive and plural society.
Travels through the Hindi belt: Hatred, unemployment spur UP youths in search of purpose to join cow vigilante groups
After Yogi Adityanath took over as chief minister of Uttar Pradesh in March 2017, things have gotten worse, say critics, with cow vigilantes running amok.
Yogi Adityanath directs Uttar Pradesh officials to make 'immediate arrangements' for proper care of stray cows
In a meeting with senior officials, Adityanath told them to set up a committee to consider measures for providing better shelter facilities for stray cows and directed chief secretary Anup Chanda Pandey to present recommendations in this regard in a week.
Shrey Singh, the son of SHO Subodh Kumar Singh, who died at the hands of cow vigilantes in Bulandshahr, listed out a number of aspects which aroused suspicion.
Bulandshahr violence continues BJP's winter of discontent: assailed by allies, saffron party now faces credibility crisis
BJP seems to be going through a bad patch: assailed by allies, it is in danger of losing social constituencies and is facing a credibility crisis.
Bulandshahr violence: Bajrang Dal youth threaten Muslim family booked for cow slaughter; accused in both cases had past disputes
The recent mob violence in Bulandshahr that took the lives of a police officer and a villager, is threatening to take an ugly communal turn.
Uttar Pradesh records 69% of cow-related violence cases since Yogi Adityanath took charge; situation has deteriorated across India
Since the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Yogi Adityanath came to power in Uttar Pradesh in March 2017, India’s most populous state has recorded 69 percent of its cases of cow-related violence.
Bulandshahr violence: Congress and BJP's pandering to religious extremists could cause permanent damage to body politic
Imagine if the Congress continues to imitate the BJP, both the Sabarimala and Ayodhya agitation will dominate the body politic in the months to come
Bulandshahr violence: List of 27 named for murdering Subodh Kumar Singh include BJP youth wing leader Shikhar Agarwal, Bajrang Dal member
Uttar Pradesh Police have arrested two people and registered two FIRs, naming 27 people, against the violent protests which broke out after alleged cattle slaughter in Bulandshahr district on Monday.
Police inspector, civilian killed in UP's Bulandshahr after mob goes on rampage over allegations of cow slaughter
The incident took place near the Chingrawathi crossing in Bulandshahr, where hundreds of people had gathered. The protesters entered into a scuffle with the local police.
Top commander of Al-Qaeda affiliate in Jammu & Kashmir urges Muslims to 'wage war' against Hindutva forces in audio clip
Zakir Musa, a top commander of the Ansar Ghawzat-Ul-Hind, an Al-Qaeda affiliate in Kashmir, has asked Muslims in India to 'wage a war' against Hindutva forces.
The Assam police on Thursday arrested 10 people in connection with the lynching case in the Diplonga Tea Estate of Biswanath district that left one dead.
Hapur lynching: Fear palpable in village where attack took place, locals apprehend tension during Bakri Eid
Samiuddin, 65, of Madapur was brutally assaulted, while Qasim of nearby Pilakhua was killed by a mob in Hapur district on 18 June.
Mehbooba Mufti brings Muzaffar Baig back to centre stage, but PDP co-founder sparks row with 'partition' remarks
At a PDP event, Muzaffar Baig warned that if the ruling BJP “doesn’t stop killing people in the name of cows,” India will stare at another partition.
Lynching cases in India: Politicians' inaction and silence has turned peaceful symbol like the cow into cause of illogical brutality
The cold-blooded murder of Rakbar Khan, absurdly, has been made secondary by some political leaders to the clarion call of saving cows.
RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat, at a meeting near Jaipur on Sunday, said that those who revere cows do not resort to violence even if their sentiments are hurt.
West Bengal's count of bovine-related killings has risen to five persons this year, making it the deadliest state for bovine-related violence in 2017 till date
Rise of gau rakshaks and the tyranny of cow protection: How fringe groups are being used to polarise India
The rise of cow-related violence by right-wing extremist groups shows that the politics of fringe groups can no longer be ignored.