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Judge says 'pious peacocks' drink tears to get pregnant - Daily Mail;

Judge says 'pious peacocks' drink tears to get pregnant - Daily Mail

Daily MailJudge says 'pious peacocks' drink tears to get pregnantDaily MailJustice Mahesh Chandra Sharma of the Rajasthan High Court on his last day in office created a flutter by ordering the state government to urge the Centre to declare the cow India's national animal. Later, talking to the media, he called the cow 'as ...and more »

Cow nudge from judge - Calcutta Telegraph

Cow nudge from judgeCalcutta TelegraphNew Delhi, May 31: A Rajasthan High Court judge has "suggested" through an order on his last day in office that the government is expected to declare the cow as "national animal". The state's chief secretary and advocate-general should be legal ...and more »

Judge pins 'celibate' tag on peacock - Calcutta Telegraph;

Judge pins 'celibate' tag on peacock - Calcutta Telegraph

Calcutta TelegraphJudge pins 'celibate' tag on peacockCalcutta TelegraphNew Delhi, May 31: A Rajasthan High Court judge today stirred the country into discussing peafowl sex in his attempt to justify why he has called on the government to take measures for declaring the cow a national animal. Mahesh Chandra Sharma signed ...and more »

Cong sack dare on cow - Calcutta Telegraph

Cong sack dare on cowCalcutta TelegraphNew Delhi, May 31: The Congress today demanded Rajasthan chief minister Vasundhara Raje's sacking over the deaths of "6,000 cows every year" and the prosecution of state officials for negligence. Asked about a Rajasthan High Court judge's order today ...and more »

Rajasthan HC judge wants cow to be made the national animal - Business Standard;

Rajasthan HC judge wants cow to be made the national animal - Business Standard

Business StandardRajasthan HC judge wants cow to be made the national animalBusiness StandardA Rajasthan High Court judge on Wednesday asked the state's BJP government to take necessary steps to get cow declared the national animal and ensure its slaughterers were punished with life imprisonment. In a direction that could further fuel the ...and more »

Make cow national animal: Rajasthan HC - Ahmedabad Mirror;

Make cow national animal: Rajasthan HC - Ahmedabad Mirror

Ahmedabad MirrorMake cow national animal: Rajasthan HCAhmedabad MirrorIt was a day when the humble cow caught the attention of high courts across the country — from Kerala to Rajasthan. At a time when the entire nation is on the boil over the Centre's recent notification banning sale and purchase of cattle for slaughter ...and more »

BJP hopeful of cow protection law - The Tribune;

BJP hopeful of cow protection law - The Tribune

The TribuneBJP hopeful of cow protection lawThe TribuneThe police detain activists condemning the attack on a student for conducting beef festival, in Chennai on Wednesday. PTI. Vibha Sharma. Tribune News Service. New Delhi, May 31. As various high courts, the latest being Rajasthan, deliver differing ...and more »

Tiger should give way to cow: HC - Daily Pioneer;

Tiger should give way to cow: HC - Daily Pioneer

Daily PioneerTiger should give way to cow: HCDaily PioneerIn the midst of a raging controversy over the Centre's decision to impose a ban on sale of cattle for slaughter in markets, different High Courts of the country have come out with contradicting stands on the sensitive issue. A day after the Madras HC ...and more »

Award life imprisonment to cow killers: Rajasthan HC - The Sentinel

Award life imprisonment to cow killers: Rajasthan HCThe SentinelJaipur, May 31: The Rajasthan High Court on Wednesday suggested that the cow should be declared a national animal and its killers be sentenced to life imprisonment. “Keeping in mind Articles 48 and 51A (g) of the Constitution and to provide legal ...and more »

'Peacocks Don't Have Sex' Rajasthan Judge's Remark Stumps Twitter - NDTV;

'Peacocks Don't Have Sex' Rajasthan Judge's Remark Stumps Twitter - NDTV

NDTV'Peacocks Don't Have Sex' Rajasthan Judge's Remark Stumps TwitterNDTVRajasthan High Court judge Mahesh Chandra Sharma also suggested that the peacock is celibate and that's why it was worn by Lord Krishna. Offbeat | NDTV Offbeat Desk | Updated: June 01, 2017 00:53 IST. 44 Shares. EMAIL. PRINT. COMMENTS.and more »

Judge who said peacocks don't have sex shares another gem: Science and law originated from religion - India Today;

Judge who said peacocks don't have sex shares another gem: Science and law originated from religion - India Today

India TodayJudge who said peacocks don't have sex shares another gem: Science and law originated from religionIndia TodayJustice Mahesh Chandra Sharma of Rajasthan High Court has set social media on fire saying peacock is India's national bird because the it does not have sex to reproduce. Justice Sharma said that the peahen gets pregnant drinking the tears of a peacock.and more »

Cow may become endangered if steps not taken to protect it: - Outlook India

Cow may become endangered if steps not taken to protect it:Outlook IndiaChandigarh, May 31 Haryana minister Anil Vij, a long-time proponent of declaring cow as national animal, today said if steps were not taken to protect the bovine it may become endangered. The Haryana health minister said this while hailing the verdict ...and more »

Cow may become endangered if steps not taken to protect it: Vij - India.com

Cow may become endangered if steps not taken to protect it: VijIndia.comChandigarh, May 31 (PTI) Haryana minister Anil Vij, a long-time proponent of declaring cow as national animal, today said if steps were not taken to protect the bovine it may become endangered. By PTI Feeds | Published: May 31, 2017 11:39 PM IST Email.and more »

Judge Who Wanted Cow as National Animal Says Peacocks Don't Have Sex - News18;

Judge Who Wanted Cow as National Animal Says Peacocks Don't Have Sex - News18

News18Judge Who Wanted Cow as National Animal Says Peacocks Don't Have SexNews18Jaipur: The Rajasthan High Court judge, who asked for the cow to be declared a national animal, has raised a few eyebrows by saying the peacock is the national bird because it is "celibate". Justice Mahesh Chandra Sharma, in an exclusive interview to ...and more »

Rajasthan court suggests cow as national animal: Beef politics leading to north-south divide? - India Today;

Rajasthan court suggests cow as national animal: Beef politics leading to north-south divide? - India Today

India TodayRajasthan court suggests cow as national animal: Beef politics leading to north-south divide?India TodayThe PMO is, according to sources, said to be unhappy with the notification of the Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change to ban the sale of cattle for slaughter. The notification had created an uproar in many states with protests taking ...and more »

Peacocks are Brahmachari, they don't have sex: Rajasthan HC judge - Outlook India

Peacocks are Brahmachari, they don't have sex: Rajasthan HC judgeOutlook IndiaNew Delhi [India], May 31 : Sharing a baffling view on the national bird peacock, Rajasthan High Court judge Justice Mahesh Chandra Sharma on Wednesday said they are brahmachari (celibrate) and don't have sex. "Peacock was made the national bird of ...and more »

'Peacocks Don't Have Sex', 'Cow a Surgeon', Says HC Judge Who Wants Cow as 'National Animal' - The Wire;

'Peacocks Don't Have Sex', 'Cow a Surgeon', Says HC Judge Who Wants Cow as 'National Animal' - The Wire

The Wire'Peacocks Don't Have Sex', 'Cow a Surgeon', Says HC Judge Who Wants Cow as 'National Animal'The WireThough the text of his judgment drew largely on legal and religious arguments, the Rajasthan high court judge, while speaking to reporters outside court, bizarrely cited the supposed celibacy of peacocks as another reason for his order. Judge Mahesh ...and more »

Peacocks don't have sex, says Rajasthan HC judge and wants cow to be national animal - Hindustan Times;

Peacocks don't have sex, says Rajasthan HC judge and wants cow to be national animal - Hindustan Times

Hindustan TimesPeacocks don't have sex, says Rajasthan HC judge and wants cow to be national animalHindustan TimesPeacocks don't mate peahens but sire offsprings with their tears, according to a Rajasthan High Court judge Justice Mahesh Chand Sharma. india Updated: May 31, 2017 23:32 IST. PTI, Jaipur. Cow. Peacocks don't mate peahens but sire offsprings with their ...and more »

Peacocks don't have sex, says Raj HC judge who wants cow to be national animal - Business Standard

Peacocks don't have sex, says Raj HC judge who wants cow to be national animalBusiness StandardPeacocks don't mate peahens but sire offsprings with their tears, according to a Rajasthan High Court judge who today presented this unique theory after passing a verdict. Justice Mahesh Chand Sharma's contention sparked reactions in the social media ...and more »

Peacocks Celibate: Judge After Pushing For Cow as National Animal - The Quint;

Peacocks Celibate: Judge After Pushing For Cow as National Animal - The Quint

The QuintPeacocks Celibate: Judge After Pushing For Cow as National AnimalThe QuintAs if his suggestion of making cow the national animal was not enough, the Rajasthan High Court judge, Justice Mahesh Sharma, has gone a step further to justify his ruling. How? By erroneously explaining how peacocks don't have sex! In an interview ...and more »