Is Jallikattu bull-fighting cruel or an important Indian cultural practice? - The Observers (blog)

The southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu has just temporarily overturned a ban on a controversial bull-taming festival, after days of protests turned violent on Monday, January 23. Though the Indian Supreme Court had previously banned Jallikattu in 2014 ...

The Jallikattu Fire May Have Been Doused For Now, But The Tamil Nadu Government Has Just Opened The Pandora's ... - Huffington Post India

Indian police try to control a protest against the ban on the Jallikattu bull taming ritual at Marina Beach in Chennai on January 23, 2017. ADVERTISEMENT. There's one lesson we have all learned from jallikattu. It has nothing to do with hoary Tamil ...

Jallikattu protests: Chennai videos showing 'violence by police' to be probed - Hindustan Times

Chennai police commissioner S George has assured a probe into allegations that some of his colleagues resorted to rioting and set fire to vehicles during to crackdown on protesters demanding the lifting of a ban on bull-taming sport Jallikattu. india ...

Jallikattu protests: Peace returning to Tamil Nadu a day after violence over police action - Hindustan Times

Jallikattu supporters at Marina beach in Chennai before the protests were called off. (V. SRINIVASULU / Hindustan Times). A week-long agitation in support of Jallikattu appeared to have ended across Tamil Nadu on Tuesday as protesters moved out of ...