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Full text of Tamil Nadu govt ordinance allowing conduct of jallikattu - The Hindu

The ordinance promulgated by the Governor on January 21, 2017 on jallikattu is hereby published for general information: TAMIL NADU ORDINANCE No. 1 OF 2017. An Ordinance to amend the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1960 so as to preserve the ...and more »

Jallikattu protests: Bill passed, hurdles to sport removed, says Tamil Nadu CM - Hindustan Times

Tamil Nadu assembly passed on Monday the bill that overturned the Supreme Court ban on bull-taming sport Jalikattu as week-long demonstrations turned violent in Chennai. Police forcibly evicted protesters on Chennai's Marina Beach that resembled a ...and more »

The end of a protest - The Hindu

Everybody loves a good protest — an orderly, self-limiting protest at iconic landmarks organised with state sanction and police protection. But what began as a people's protest on Chennai's Marina beach against the ban on jallikattu quickly descended ...and more »

In fruitless pursuit of permanence - The Hindu

The Tamil Nadu government may have had few political options but to go in for an ordinance to facilitate the conduct of jallikattu once the surge in popular sentiment in favour of the traditional bull-taming sport gathered an enormous, unstoppable ...and more »

TN govt dubs Jallikattu ordinance 'permanent' remedy, to introduce law on Monday - Hindustan Times

The Tamil Nadu government on Sunday disclosed the details of the ordinance it has brought in to allow Jallikattu in the state, insisting that it is indeed the “permanent solution” that protesters have been asking for. An extract of the ordinance, which ...and more »

Unfortunate that jallikattu protest turned anti-BJP: Nirmala Sitharaman - The Hindu

It is the BJP that has constantly been in favour of lifting the ban on the bull as a performing animal. Commerce minister Nirmala Sitharaman, speaks to Nistula Hebbar on the protests for Jallikattu that have gripped Tamil Nadu, defends Prime Minister ...and more »

Jallikattu Protests Block Major Roads, Flyovers In Chennai: 10 Updates - NDTV

Chennai: Jallikattu protests blocked several roads on Monday in Chennai, including its IT corridor, as protesters forced out of the Marina Beach clashed with the police in various parts of the city. After peaceful protests since Tuesday in support of ...and more »

Two Die at Indian Bull-Taming Event, Protesters Clash With Police - Wall Street Journal (blog)

Fans of the Indian sport of bull taming clashed with police in Chennai, capital of the southern state of Tamil Nadu Monday, a day after two men were killed by a bull at an event in the state. Police remove a demonstrator from Marina beach during a ...and more »

30 people arrested for suspected involvement in a public assembly without a police permit at Sembawang Park - The Online Citizen

Singapore Police Force (SPF) has announced that it is investigating 30 subjects, aged between 21 to 56, for their suspected involvement in a public assembly without a police permit at Sembawang Park. The Police stated that on 21 January 2017 at about ...and more »

Tamil Nadu passes order to lift bull-taming ban after angry protests - The Guardian

Emergency order will allow deadly jallikattu festivals to continue in Indian state after ban provoked demonstrations. Michael Safi in Delhi. @safimichael. Mon 23 Jan 2017 11.06 EST Last modified on Tue 28 Nov 2017 01.58 EST. Share on Facebook · Share ...and more »