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Tamil Nadu: Bull used for jallikattu had 38.4 kg of plastic ba...

Veterinarians at an institute here have removed 38.4 kg of plastic bags and a LED bulb from the stomach of a bull. Zee News, 1 week ago
Plastic bags, LED bulb removed from bull's stomach Business Standard, 1 week ago

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Tamil Nadu: Sivagangai Jallikattu attempts Guinness record, ends in tragedy with 2 deaths

Two people were killed and over 80 injured in a jallikattu event in Sivagangai district of Tamil Nadu. The organisers of the event were aiming to set a Guinness record by releasing maximum number of bulls in one go.
 India Today1 week ago 47 injured in jallikattu in Tamil Nadu  Deccan Herald2 months ago Tamil Nadu: 47 injured during jallikattu in Thanjavur  DNA2 months ago 47 injured in jallikattu  Business Standard2 months ago
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2 dead, 80 injured in Jallikattu event in TN

Two spectators died, one of them gored by a bull, and 80 persons were injured in the 'jallikattu' (bull taming) sport at M Pudur area of the district today, police said. 32-year-old Thirunavakarau, an engineering graduate, died on the spot after he was ...
 Business Standard1 week ago Tamil Nadu: 2 dead, 80 injured in Jallikattu event  India Today1 week ago Alanganallur Jallikattu: At least 74 persons injured, 23 admitted  Sify2 months ago Two dead, 80 injured during Jalikattu in Tamil Nadu village  Zee News1 week ago

78 injured in Jallikattu held at Tamil Nadu

Seventy eight bull tamers and spectators, who were injured in Jallikattu (bull taming) held in Tiurchirappalli and Pudukottai districts, have been admitted to hospitals, police said today. Six hundred bulls participated in the Jallikattu at Keezha Anbil in ...
 Zee News1 month ago 78 injured in Jallikattu  Business Standard1 month ago Jallikattu: 32 hurt in Sivaganga  The Hindu2 months ago

SC rejects plea to stay jallikattu law

Allowing the Central government to withdraw its January 7, 2016 notification permitting jallikattu, a Bench of Justices Dipak Misra and Rohinton F. Nariman declined the plea of NGO Compassion Unlimited Plus Action for an interim stay on the operation of the ...
 The Hindu2 months ago No stay on new Jallikattu law, Tamil Nadu to maintain peace: SC  Deccan Herald2 months ago SC refuses to stay new Jallikattu legislation, Tamil Nadu celebrates  DNA2 months ago Jallikattu: Supreme Court lambasts Tamil Nadu govt over sloppy law and order during protests  First Post.com2 months ago

Jallikattu row: Private member bill on bull introduced in Rajya Sabha, withdrawn after govt assurance

Tamil Nadu saw widespread agitations against the ban on Jallikattu a few weeks ago.
 DNA1 month ago ‘Police attacked pro-jallikattu protesters to create fear psychosis’  The Hindu2 months ago Jallikattu protests: TN govt. to release arrested students  The Hindu2 months ago Govt. to examine police officer’s statements on jallikattu protests  The Hindu2 months ago

The Jallikattu effect: Maha govt to initiate bill to resume bullock cart racing

Ever since the Tamil Nadu government brought in an ordinance lifting the ban on Jallikattu, the hugely popular bull-taming sport, in January this year, the Maharashtra government has come under a lot of pressure to lift the ban on bullock cart racing and has ...
 catchnews.com4 weeks ago Maharashtra govt. to bring bill to legalise bullock cart race  DNA4 weeks ago Maharashtra govt to bring bill to legalise bullock cart race  Rediff.com4 weeks ago

Jallikattu 2.0: Students agitate in Tamil Nadu in solidarity with farmers' Jantar Mantar skull protest

Tamil Nadu students are protesting in support for drought-hit farmers' stir and against hydrocarbon extraction. 2 Students are calling the protests 'Jallikattu 2.0' in reference to the non-violent protests for Jallikattu. 3 Students from Madurai were the ...
 India Today4 weeks ago Students protest in Marina backing farmers' stir; detained  Business Standard1 month ago Students held for staging demo in support of farmers  Business Standard1 month ago Why Tamil Nadu is protesting against Neduvasal Hydrocarbon project  Sify1 month ago
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Trade Unions urge members to boycott Pepsi,Coca-Cola items in TN

V. Thyagarajan, Manager of Annai Pazhamudhir Cholai, "We have stopped selling videshi brands like Coke and Pepsi since Jallikattu protest. We want to promote local brands."
 Money Control1 month ago A baffling week in Tamil Nadu  Rediff.com2 months ago Jallikattu impact: sale of carbonated drinks dips in Tamil Nadu  Business Line2 months ago Cola ban in Tamil Nadu will lead to black marketing: Badal  Deccan Herald1 month ago
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Karnataka's Jallikattu: Assembly passes bill to legalise Kambala

The clamour to allow Kambala had intensified in Karnataka after neighbouring state Tamil Nadu passed a bill legalising Jallikattu, the bull-taming sport.
 India Today2 months ago Kambala Bill, inspired by Jallikattu Bill in Tamil Nadu, passed in Karnataka Assembly  Zee News2 months ago Karnataka's jallikattu moment: State tables bill to legalise kambala  India Today2 months ago HC seeks details of Kambala Bill  Deccan Herald2 months ago
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