The government met all political parties on Sunday, a day ahead of the Monsoon Session of Parliament
Meira Kumar urges Centre to stop attacks by gau rakshaks, says atmosphere has become 'very disturbing'
Amid a spurt in attacks by cow vigilantes, presidential candidate Meira Kumar said on Friday that the atmosphere in the country has become "very disturbing" and asked the government to take firm steps to stop such "killings
Stopping cow vigilantism: Enough with the rhetoric, we need hate crime laws to deal with these crimes
Prime Minister Narendra Modi was well-advised to come out in the open immediately after with a statement condemning cow vigilantism.
The Narendra Modi government cannot effectively work against communal violence and elements like gau rakshaks while in the same breath promote the ideals that promote it
Narendra Modi does not realise that he is addressing the New Indian. The latter rose into prominence riding on his popularity, but has expanded far too much now to be brought under control
Narendra Modi warns gau rakshaks: PM says killing in name of cows unacceptable; can't take law into your hands
Speaking in Ahmedabad, during the two-day visit to Gujarat, Modi invoked Mahatma Gandhi in calling off the alleged cow vigilantes.
#BlackEid trends on twitter: People across India sport black armbands to protest lynching of Muslims
Eid celebration in India were dampened by the recent spurt in instances of mob violence targeting Muslims.
Vishwa Hindu Parishad international general secretary Surendra Jain on Sunday alleged that 'gau rakshaks' who should be felicitated for trying to stop cow slaughter are being implicated in false cases by police
Goa minister Vijai Sardesai on Saturday hit out at Sadhvi Saraswati for her remark on beef consumption, says for every gau rakshak, there is a Goa rakshak (protector of Goa)
Amid the raging debate over cow slaughter and consumption of beef, a Sadhvi attending a meet of various Hindu outfits has said those who consider eating beef as a status symbol should be hanged.
50 cow vigilantes attack Tamil Nadu officials transporting cattle from Rajasthan's Barmer: CPM targets 'divisive' BJP
The CPM on Monday flayed the BJP after cow vigilantes targeted Tamil Nadu government officials, who were transporting cows from Jaisalmer to their state, saying the ruling party's "divisive" politics is detrimental to the country's social fabric.
The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), the powerful think-tank of the ruling BJP-led NDA government, will now be in the business of selling products from the cow as medicinal properties.
There is little doubt that the political fallout of the Babri Masjid demolition judgment will influence the outcome of the next general election
Cattle sale restrictions: Madras High Court issues four-week stay on Centre's notification, seeks govt response
The Madras High Court has granted a four week stay on the Centre's notification on cattle slaughter, according to media reports.
In Madhya Pradesh's Ujjain town, four persons allegedly beat up a Hindu man after accusing him of slaughtering a cow
Here are a few gau rakshak attacks across India since the 28 September 2015 Dadri lynching.
Kamlesh Kokare bought 5 buffaloes. He was transporting them from Panvel to Hadapsar, Pune. When he was crossing the Khadi machine area in Kondhawa (Pune) he was stopped by Gau Rakshaks. They claimed that he was transporting them illegally and had not ensured the comfort of the animals, thus leading to cruelty against them. They took him to the police station where a case was registered against him. His buffaloes were sent to an animal shelter.
Three persons arrested in connection with the death of a man after he was beaten up by so-called cow vigilantes in Rajasthan's Alwar district were sent to 14-day judicial custody on Friday
Pehlu Khan killed by Rajasthan gau rakshaks: Govts need to condemn vigilante groups in unambiguous terms
If the police manage to find that Pehlu Khan was indeed smuggling cattle, then his killing would be deemed morally justified. So long as the vigilante groups have a reason to attack people, they can do so
If the latest confession fo Barun Kashyap is true, apart from punishing him, we must ask ourselves who should be held responsible for generating hatred in a 24-year-old towards his own community