Love Jihadis: New book traverses West UP, hotbed of communal strife, to capture voices of the 'dispensable'
Love Jihadis: An Open-minded Journey into the Heart of Western Uttar Pradesh, by journalists Mihir Srivastava and Raul Irani, charts the territory of Western Uttar Pradesh, and uncovers why most communal clashes find their origins in this region.
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.
Right-wing activist Milind Ekbote allegedly beaten up by cow vigilantes in Pune, files complaint against gaushala owner
The alleged incident took place at a temple premises in Zendewadi locality of Saswad area of Pune around 10.30 pm on Tuesday when Milind Ekbote, who is an accused in the Koregaon-Bhima violence case, went there to attend a programme.
Rising cow vigilantism curbs cattle trade in Uttar Pradesh, Haryana; farmers incur losses due to menace of stray livestock
Farmers have suffered massive losses in Uttar Pradesh and Haryana because the rise of cow vigilantism has also led to a spike in the number of stray cattle that damage crops.
If we assume that 5 per cent of milch breeds become unproductive annually, India produces 1 crore strays annually
BJP has ensured cow protection becomes universal brand of politics; Congress-led govt invoking NSA in MP a typical example
The cow has turned into a potent political totem, much like the seasonal iftar photo-ops, ever since BJP graduated from Ram mandir politics to gau mata politics.
Congress' Madhya Pradesh manifesto is an egregious violation of party's position on nation's secular fabric
The Congress has embarked upon a perilous path on its way to a sort of possible way to power in Bhopal
Delhi: Lack of punitive action, no check on state-funded cow shelters killing cattle in national capital
The gosadan or cow shelter is one of the five such establishments that receive government aid: Rs 20 per cow per day from the Delhi government.
Thirty-six cows were found dead at a cowshed in the Chhawla area in Dwarka, the Delhi Police said on Friday.
Abandoning milch cows set to invite Rs 5,100 fine in Haryana; mobile app to track cattle will be launched
Abandoning milch cows in Haryana may come at a price as a fine of Rs 5,100 would be imposed on those who do so, Bhani Ram Mangla, Chairman, Haryana Gau Seva Aayog said on Monday.
Yogi Adityanath govt to open 'gaushalas' to tackle problem of stray cows across Uttar Pradesh in phased manner
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Sunday said the state government is preparing a plan to open cowsheds to tackle the problem of stray cows.
As many as 1,200 cows mostly abandoned, sick and injured have found a saviour in 59-year-old German national Friederike Irina Bruning
Yogi Adityanath has directed the officials concerned to set up 'gaushalas' (cow shelters) in seven districts of Bundelkhand region
The Congress on Tuesday said Chhattisgarh chief minister Raman Singh should resign and taking responsibility for the deaths of 350 cows in three cow sheds in the state
The Haryana government on Saturday announced it has decided to tag stray cattle in the state and impose fines on people who let their cattle loose on the roads.
In a bid to embarrass BJP for doing nothing to protect abandoned cows, Bihar CM Nitish Kumar announced his government would set up a 'Gaushala' to protect stray cows.
HC directs Rajasthan government to install scanners at highway toll plazas to check cattle smuggling
The Rajasthan High Court on Thursday directed the state government to immediately install scanners at all highway toll plazas to check smuggling of cattle.
Facing flak over death of cows at a state-run shelter due to alleged negligence, Rajasthan government on Saturday swung into action with its minister Rajpal Singh Shekhawat inspecting the Hingonia cow centre.
Many historians have argued that beef was our staple diet; kings slaughtered them regularly during celebrations and public functions, even Brahmins feasted on them.