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Now people fear cow, thanks to Modi: Lalu

Patna, Nov 19 : Now people fear cow, thanks to Modi: Lalu . RJD chief Lalu Prasad on Sunday taunted Prime Minister Narender Modi by saying that earlier people used to fear the lion but now they fear the cow thanks to cow vigilantism across the country. “‘Pahle log sher se darte the, ab gai

Cow dying of corruption in Govt.-owned cow shelter, alleges Mayawati

Asserting that even ‘cow’ has now been politicized like the issue of Ram Temple, the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) asked, why the very animal, who is one of the biggest political agenda today, is dying of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led central government’s negligence. In a press release, Mayawati alleged corruption in the government supported- cow

IIT-Delhi gets 50 study proposals on benefits of cow urine, milk

IIT-Delhi gets 50 study proposals on benefits of cow urine, milk

IIT-Delhi gets 50 study proposals benefits cow urine, milk. The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) , Delhi, has received 50 proposals from different academic and research institutes to study the benefits of cow urine and milk under the SVAROP program, the government said today. In a written reply in the Lok Sabha, Y S Chowdary,

Maharashtra Police to get ‘beef detection kits’

MUMBAI:  A Maharashtra forensic laboratory will develop and provide kits to the state police to detect beef, officials said on Friday. The kits will be able to detect meat proteins in a sample and provide test results within half an hour. The move comes amid controversy over beef ban and lynchings by cow vigilantes across

Cow protectors work under law: RSS chief

Nagpur: Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat on Tuesday came in for the resuce of cow protectors saying that they operate under law.”There are some people who are dedicated to cow protection, it is part of directive principles of state policy,” Bhagwat said while delivering his annual speech during the 91st foudation day of

Don’t tolerate cow vigilantism, punish those who take law in their hands

Bathinda: Chairman of Punjab Gau Sewa commission, Kimti Lal Bhagat in a programme said that cow protection groups shouldn’t take law in their hands and should inform the management for any action in case they have any information about cows in danger . Bhagat claimed that the cattle pounds are being setup with an expenditure

Those who consider India their country, should treat cow as mother: J’khand CM Pradipta Tapadar

Kolkata: Amid the raging controversy overcow vigilantism, Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das today said those who consider India as their country should treat cow as their mother. Das, however, stressed that there should be no violence in the garb of cow vigilantism and said cattle smugglers may be involved in the recent events of violence over

Cow protection: Badal warns of action for violating law

Hoshiarpur: Days after Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked the states to act against “self-styled” cow vigilante groups, Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal today warned those violating law on the pretext of cow protection of stern action. He also batted for dairy farmers who are being harassed in the name of ‘gau raksha’ (cow protection).

Cow slaughtering in Malout: Mob stone pelted vehicles, vandalise property

Malout: Tension prevailed in Malout of District Mukatsar in Punjab after a mob attacked vehicles and vandalised public property while staging a Dharna against alleged slaughtering of cows, which were being transported in a vehicle to an unknown place. The van carrying the slaughtered cows apprehended by group of people on shiekhu road of the town