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Nepal devotees sacrifice thousands of animals in Hindu ritual

Nepal devotees sacrifice thousands of animals in Hindu ritual

28 Nov 2014

Kathmandu: Sword-wielding Hindu devotees in Nepal began slaughtering thousands of animals and birds in a ritual sacrifice on Friday, ignoring calls by animal rights activists to halt what they described as the world's largest such exercise.

Nepal,   Animal,   Slaughter,   Hindus,   Animal Killing,  
Be sympathetic to animals, ban plastic bags: SC to States

Be sympathetic to animals, ban plastic bags: SC to States

18 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The Supreme Court asked state governments to be sympathetic towards animals by banning plastic bags which are consumed by stray cattle making them suffer.

Supreme Court,   State governments,   Animals,   Plastic bags,   Stray cattle,   Plastic ban ,  
Lalu Prasad dismisses charge of promoting <strong>cattle</strong> <strong>slaughter</strong>

Lalu Prasad dismisses charge of promoting cattle slaughter

04 Apr 2014

Patna: RJD President Lalu Prasad on Friday dismissed BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi's charge that he had joined hands with forces promoting cattle slaughter and said it was he who used items made out of animal skin.

RJD,   Lalu Prasad,   Narendra Modi,   cattle slaughter,   UPA government,  
World famous Sonepur <strong>cattle</strong> fair inaugurated in Bihar

World famous Sonepur cattle fair inaugurated in Bihar

05 Nov 2014

Hajipur: The month-long world famous Sonepur cattle fair was inaugurated on Wednesday by Bihar Tourism Minister Javed Iqbal Ansari in the state's Saran district.

Hajipur,   Sonepur cattle fair,   Sonepur mela,   Bihar Tourism Minister,   Javed Iqbal Ansari,   Saran,  
Pushkar fair comes to an end

Pushkar fair comes to an end

07 Nov 2014

Ajmer: Over five lakh tourists visited the annual Pushkar fair which witnessed several colourful events and cattle trade worth Rs 9 crore. However, the cattle fair which concluded on Thursday, has witnessed a dip in the number of foreign tourists, Tourism Officer, Ajmer, said.

five lakh tourists,   annual Pushkar fair,   colourful events,   cattle trade,   Rs 9 crore,  
Government to invest Rs 50 crore to set up two <strong>cattle</strong> breeding centres

Government to invest Rs 50 crore to set up two cattle breeding centres

05 Sep 2014

New Delhi: The government on Friday said it will set up two breeding centres with an outlay of Rs 50 crore to raise productivity of indigenous cattle and buffalo to meet the growing demand for milk and its products.

Government,   investment,   50 crore,   cattle breeding centres,   cattles,  
3.33 percent drop observed in India's livestock population

3.33 percent drop observed in India's livestock population

03 Sep 2014

New Delhi: India's livestock population including cattle and sheep has dropped by 3.33 per cent to 51.20 crore in 2012 from over the 2007 level.

New Delhi,   India's livestock,   livestock population,   cattle,   sheep,   goats,   camel,   pigs,   yak,  
Over 100 killed in South Sudan clashes over <strong>cattle</strong>

Over 100 killed in South Sudan clashes over cattle

20 Apr 2014

Khartoum: Over 100 people were killed and dozens injured when suspected cattle raiders attacked a village in South Sudan's Warrap state, a media report said.

South Sudan,   South Sudan violence,   South Sudan clash,   Warrap state,  
UP Government orders installation of CCTV cameras in abattoirs

UP Government orders installation of CCTV cameras in abattoirs

27 Aug 2012

The Uttar Pradesh Government on Sunday ordered installation of CCTV cameras in all the slaughter houses and closure of illegal ones operating in urban areas.

CCTV cameras in slaughter houses,   slaughter houses in UP,   slaughter houses in Uttar Pradesh,   cattle slaughtering in UP,   cow slaughtering in Uttar Pradesh,   UP meat industry ,  
Japan fishermen take cover to <strong>slaughter</strong> dolphins in face of Western criticism

Japan fishermen take cover to slaughter dolphins in face of Western criticism

21 Jan 2014

TAIJI: Japanese fishermen drove a large group of dolphins into the shallows and killed at least 30 on Tuesday, hiding themsleves behind a tarpaulin, as the annual dolphin hunt that sparked protest in the West entered its final stages.

Japan fishermen,   dolphins,   dolphins killings,   Western countries,  

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