Cow Smuggling News
Ex-BJP MLA Gyan Dev Ahuja clarifies 'Ab tak humne 5 maare hain' remark, alleges Muslims protected by Rajasthan CM Gehlot
Former BJP MLA Gyan Dev Ahuja said that he has told his workers to catch hold of people indulging in cow smuggling and hand them over to police
In video: Cattle smugglers throw cows out of truck in high-speed police chase in Haryana’s Gurugram
Smugglers wanted to crash and topple police cars in chase so started throwing cows put of their truck
Three men lynched in Tripura on suspicion of cattle theft; no arrests yet, says police
Those killed were identified as Jayed Hossain (30), Billal Miah (28) and Saiful Islam (18), all residents of Sonamura subdivision in the Sepahijala district, the police said
Bihar lawyer files case against Priyanka Gandhi for criticising Pehlu Khan case verdict, accuses her of spreading communal hatred
An advocate in Bihar's Muzaffarabad has filed a case alleging that Priyanka Gandhi Vadra's reaction to the judgment in Pehlu Khan lynching case was tantamount to the contempt of court and aimed at spreading communal hatred
Five held after mob attack on contractor carrying cattle carcasses for disposal in Uttar Pradesh's Greater Noida
Uttar Pradesh Police said that the contractor was carrying cattle carcass with due permission from Ghaziabad Municipal Corporation officials.
45 cows seized from smugglers die of hyperthermia in Tripura shelter after being kept in open space during rains
The deaths took place during last three days starting from Sunday, officials said. Altogether, 159 cows, which were kept in the cattle shelter at Devipur in Tripura's Sipahijala district have died since 14 May.
Seven Uttar Pradesh police personnel injured after team on way to arrest cow smuggler attacked by villagers
The incident occurred in Mariyadih village of Prayagraj district of Uttar Pradesh where the police team was visiting to arrest an absconding accused in a case of cow smuggling.
Rajasthan Police seeks court nod to re-investigate cow smuggling case against Alwar mob lynching victim Pehlu Khan's sons
The Ashok Gehlot-led Congress government in Rajasthan had faced criticism a fortnight ago after a charge sheet was filed against Khan's sons and a truck operator in the cow smuggling case.
Alwar lynching victim Pehlu Khan, sons charged with cow smuggling; Ashok Gehlot blames BJP govt, assures re-investigation
55-year-old Pehlu Khan, a native of Nuh in Haryana, was allegedly beaten up by self-styled cow vigilantes near Behror in Rajasthan on the Delhi-Alwar highway on 1 April, accusing him of smuggling cattle. He succumbed to his injuries at a private hospital on 3 April.
Muslim man in MP abused, beaten, paraded for asking for box of mobile phone, claims religion-based hate; police term it 'scuffle'
A 20-year-old Muslim youth was beaten up, verbally abused and paraded by the owner of a mobile shop in Madhya Pradesh's Kurawar for asking for the original box of a mobile phone
In Rajasthan's Alwar, cow-related violence and poorly drafted laws aggravate historic roots of local economic crisis
Convoluted and archaic laws shrouding cattle trade in Rajasthan increase the chances of Hindu and Muslim communities turning against each other — exactly what's happening in Mewat.
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.
'US ruled by cowboys, India by cowmen': Hindu nationalism takes centre stage ahead of Lok Sabha election
Hindu nationalism, once fringe, has now taken a central place in India's politics ahead of the Lok Sabha election, and the cow has become a symbol of this growing nationalism.
Defending Hinduism emerges as major occupation for men in western Uttar Pradesh as jobs dry up
With a sharp decline in regular salaried jobs and self-employment opportunities, defending Hinduism has become a major ‘occupation’ of men in western UP
Taking the cash cow of smuggling by the horns
Since coming to power, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) gave the BSF a clear mandate: end the smuggling of India’s ‘holy’ cows to Bangladesh
Man lynched in Assam's Biswanath district over suspicion of cow lifting; three others wounded
The survivors were admitted to the civil hospital at Biswanath by the police.
220 cow carcasses seized from warehouse in Rajasthan's alwar; police investigation underway
Veterinary doctors and a large number of Hindu activists were present when the police raided the Alwar warehouse on Wednesday.
Alwar lynching case: BJP caught between pushing development agenda and playing to the tunes of its voter base
It is not very tough to see that the BJP is caught in a cleft stick, trying to navigate between its growth agenda and a nativist, obscurantist, divisive and exclusionary one
Meenakshi Lekhi calls those outraging over lynchings hypocrites, says don't forget 1984 anti-Sikh riots
Meenakshi Lekhi also asked during Zero Hour as to why there was no uproar on the killing of a Dalit in Rajasthan for marrying a Muslim girl
Alwar lynching: State home minister says evidence points to custodial death but case timeline raises doubts
A comparison of timeline of events in Alwar lynching presented by eyewitness and the Rakbar Khan's colleague suggest that the eyewitness and police may have known about them even before Rakbar and Aslam had reached Lalawandi village