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Uttar Pradesh: 8 held, 96 bulls seized during raids in two Gonda villages

All eight persons were produced in a local court Saturday, which sent them to judicial custody, said Gonda Superintendent of Police Rakesh Prakash Singh. He added, police are collecting background of all eight accused.

Of its own making

Cow welfare cess is not the solution to a problem the UP government has created for itself.


Shimla: Ten booked for ransacking shops over 'cow slaughter'

Earlier, after the discovery of the cattle head, the police had registered an FIR which included sections related to attempts to outrage religious feelings and promote enmity between different groups.

Bulandshahr violence: NHRC notices to UP govt, DGP over killing of police inspector, youth

A day after the shocking incident, heavy security was deployed in the area and tension spiralled as the angry families of the victims demanded justice for their kin.

Bulandshahr violence due to UP govt's irresponsible, wrong policies: Mayawati

"Strict action should be taken against those involved in the act so that people can feel that there is a government here. Due to patronising of unscrupulous elements by (the) BJP, there is 'jungle raj' in the state," Mayawati said.

Bulandshahr violence: Son of a policeman, he had probed lynching of Dadri victim Akhlaq

Subodh’s wife Rajni and two children Shrey and Abhishek - one in school and another in an engineering college - live in Noida.


Azamgarh: After five days, police release man arrested for cow slaughter, drop case

Senior Superintendent of Police, Azamgarh, Ravi Shankar Chhabi ordered an inquiry into the matter and directed Narendra Pratap Singh to submit report soon.

Five migrant workers detained in Tripura for alleged cow slaughter

VHP's south Tripura district president Biplab Sen confirmed that a cow was slaughtered at a local brick field by a few migrant workers. However, he claimed two of the five accused persons were Rohingya refugees from Myanmar.

Security tightened in outer Delhi after ruckus over rumours of cow slaughter

Around 600 people, including members of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad, gathered near a MCD dustbin where the leftover was being dumped. They alleged that the leftover were of cows and created a ruckus.

How RSS uses BJP and Vishwa Hindu Parishad to balance the debate on cow slaughter

In this excerpt from the book 'RSS: A view to the inside', the authors say the RSS does not want the BJP’s pursuit of votes and its focus on economic development—using the slogan ‘Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas’—to sideline cow protection.